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A lethal involvement
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The aletheia: spirit of truth: a series of letters in which the principles of the United Society known as Shakers are set forth and illustrated
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Aletheia und Doxa: das Proömium des Gedichts des Parmenides
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Alethophobia: fear of truth : a novel
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Alet, l'antique cité, berceau de Saint-Malo: le passé antique de l'agglomération malouine à la lumière des nouvelles fouilles archéologiques
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Âletler ve âdetler
İstanbul. Ak Yayınları. 1987. 101 p.
Aletodon gunnelli, a new Clarkforkian Hyopsodontid (Mammalia, Condylarthra) from the early Eocene of Wyoming
Gingerich, Philip D
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A l'Étoile de mer
Raemdonck, Jean Paul
Gembloux. Duculot. 1973. 186 p.
A letra descalça
Torres Filho, Rubens Rodrigues
São Paulo, SP. Brasiliense. 1985. 67 p.
A letra e o discurso: escritos de literatura, julho de 2004/junho de 2006
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A letra litoral: ensaios sobre a literatura e seu ensino
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London. J. Murray. 1960. 58 p.
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Shipler, Guy Emery
1938.  leaves.
A letter about distorted history
Sabine, William Henry Waldo
Hollis, N.Y. Colburn & Tegg. c1975. 23 p.
A letter address'd to every honest man in Britain, and most respectfully submitted to the serious and patriotal perusal of the ministry: demonstrating that not only the honour, the interest, but even the preservation of Great Britain, absolutely calls for a speedy and vigorous war with Spain
London. Printed for John Cooper. 1738. vi, 50 p.
A letter addressed to a member of the legislature of Virginia
New York. Printed by Mahlon Day. 1821. 12 p.
A letter addressed to a noble lord on the bill for the more convenient recovery of small debts in England and Wales, poining out its impracticability and impolicy
[London?. s.n. 1821?]. 30 p.
A Letter addressed to a Republican member of the House of Representatives of the State of Massachusetts on the subject of a petition for a new incorporation, to be entitled "A College of Physicians."
Boston. Printed by J. Eliot, Jun. 1812. 20 p.
A letter addressed to Charles King, Esq., LL.D., president of Columbia College, New-York, in answer to his defense of Bishop Doane
Duer, William Alexander ; Doane, George Washington ; King, Charles
[New Jersey?]. Printed for the publisher. 1852. 15 p.
A letter addressed to Charles Rose Ellis: in consequence of the unamious resolution of a sub-committee that it was not expedient to apply to Parliament for a reduction of the present duty on sugar
London. Sold by J. Cuthell. 1825. 40 p.
A letter addressed to Charles Rose Ellis, Esq., M.P., Chairman of the Standing Committee of the West India Planters and Merchants, in consequence of the unanimous resolution of a sub-committee that it was not expedient to apply to Parliament for a reduction of the present duty on sugar
Turner, Samuel ; Ellis, Charles Rose
Antigua. Printed by Loving & Hill. . 42 p.
A letter addressed to Edward Bacon, Esq., upon his sentiments repecting slavery in the West Indies: as expressed by him at the corporation dinner, September 29th, 1830
Ipswich. Printed and published by S. Piper. [1830?]. 12 p.
A letter addressed to Ethan Smith, the Congregational minister in Hopkinton, N.H: occasioned by his sermon entitled Episcopacy examined
Concord. Printed by Isaac Hill. 1817. 40 p.
A letter addressed to His Grace the Duke of Norfolk: on occasion of Mr. Gladstone's recent expostulation
Newman, John Henry
New York. The Catholic publication society. 1875. 171 p.
A letter addressed to James Napper Tandy, Esq., chairman of the aggregate assembly, at the exchange, on March 24, 1790: to which is subjoined an appendix, containing some reflections on the proceedings in the Common Council on the sixteenth of April
Dublin. Printed by R.M. Butler. 1790. iv, 36 p.
A letter addressed to Martin Van Buren, president of the United States, in answer to the late attack upon the Navy, by the official organ of the government
Kenney, Lucy ; Runnells, E ; Van Buren, Martin
[Washington. s.n. 1838]. 8, 7 p.
A letter addressed to Rev. Francis Brown, pastor of a church in North-Yarmouth: containing an answer to his defence of Calvin and Calvinism
Ruter, Martin ; Brown, Francis
Portland. Printed by F. Douglas. 1815. 61 p.
A letter addressed to the Abbe Raynal, on the affairs of North-America: In which the mistakes in the Abbe's account of the revolution of America are corrected and cleared up
London. Printed for J. Ridgway. M.DCC.XCV. vi, -60 p.
A letter addressed to the Abbe Raynal, on the affairs of North-America: c in which the mistakes in the abbe's account of the revolution of America are corrected and cleared up
London. Printed for D. Jordan. 1792. vii, -69 p.
A letter addressed to the author of Free thoughts
Friend to the Independence of the Borough
[Shrewsbury. s.n. 1807]. 16 p.
A letter, addressed to the clergy of the Church of Scotland, on domestic inoculation: by William Brown, M.D., Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh
Edinburgh. Printed by J. Moir. 1794. 34 p.
A letter addressed to the commissioner of internal revenue, concerning the proper mode of computing the commissions due to collectors under the act of July 1, 1863
[New York?. s.n. 1863?]. 16 p.
A letter addressed to the delegates from the several congregations of Protestant dissenters, who met at Devizes on September 14, 1789
Huntingford, George Isaac
Salisbury. Printed and sold by E. Easton. 1789. , 27,  p.
A letter addressed to the Earl of Liverpool
Kinnaird, Charles Kinnaird
London. Ridgway and Sons. 1816. 37 p.
A letter addressed to the editors of the Boston daily atlas
Boston. [s.n.]. 1836. 8 p.
A letter addressed to the Hon. James Madison, secretary of state of the United States
[Philadelphia]. 1808. 1 p. l., 35 p.
A letter addressed to the King
Cambridge. Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf. 1825. 24 p.
A letter addressed to the King
New York. M. Day, printer. 1825. 12 p.
A letter addressed to the King, by Thomas Thrush, on resigning his commission as a captain in the Royal Navy, on the ground of the unlawfulness of war
New-York. M. Day. 1825. 24 p.
A letter addressed to the Liverpool Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery: on the injurious effects of high prices of produce and the beneficial effects of low prices on the condition of slaves
London. J. Hatchard. 1823. 32 p.
A letter addressed to the people of Piedmont, on the advantages of the French revolution, and the necessity of adopting its principles in Italy
New-York. Printed at the Columbian press, by Robertson and Gowan, for J. Fellows. 1795. , iv, -45,  p.
A letter, addressed to the President of the United States, on the existing diplomatic relations with Japan
New York. John W. Amerman. 1871. 10 p.
A letter, addressed to the proprietors and managers of canals and navigable rivers, on a new method for tracking and drawing vessels by a locomotive engine boat, with much greater speed, and at less than one third of the present expense
London. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, & Green; [etc., etc.]. 1825. 1 p.l., 40 p.
A letter addressed to the Rev. Doctor Beech on his and the Rev. Richard Moor's illiberal treament of the author
United States [New York]. Printed for the author and sold by the booksellers in the city of New-York. 1795. 12,  p.
A letter addressed to the Right Honourable William Fitzgerald, chancellor of the Irish Exchequer, one of the lords of the Treasury &c. &c. &c
Clarke, Mary Anne Thompson ; Fitzgerald and Vesey, William Vesey Fitzgerald
London. J. Williams. 1813. 63 p.
A letter addressed to the Right Honourable W. Wellesley Pole, M.P. &c. &c: comprising, among other interesting particulars, an account of a most extraordinary agricultural meeting that took place in Ireland
O'Sullivan, James B ; Wellesley-Pole, William
London. James Harper. 1818. 33 p.
A letter addressed to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, &c., &c., late chairman of the Committee of secrecy, appointed to consider of the state of the Bank of England, with reference to the expediency of the resumption of cash payments, at the period fixed by law
Turner, Samuel ; Peel, Robert
London. The author. 1819. 88 p.
A letter addressed to the Rt. Hon. Lord Hobart, His Majesty's late principal secretary of state for the Colonial Department
London. Printed by D.N. Shury for E. Lloyd. 1804. 102 p.
A letter addressed to the secretary to the commissioners of public records, on the subject of certain works, published by authority of the commissioners
Lynch, William ; Cooper, Charles Purton
London. E. Wilson. 1832. 32 p.
A Letter, addressed to the Society for the Suppression of Vice, introducing to their notice, brothels in the East Indies, sanctioned by the government of India
London. W. Wright. 1823. 16 p.
A letter addressed to two great men, on the prospect of peace: and on the terms necessary to be insisted upon in the negociation
Douglas, John ; Bath, William Pulteney ; Force, Peter
London. Printed for A. Millar. 1760. , 56 p.
A letter addressed to two great men, on the prospect of peace: and on the terms necessary to be insisted upon in the negotiation
Douglas, John ; Bath, William Pulteney ; Mecom, Benjamin ; Force, Peter
[Boston]. London printed 1760, Boston reprinted by B. Mecom and sold at the new printing-office, near the Town-House. 1760. , 55,  p.
A letter and some photographs: a group of poems
Seattle, Wash. (2900 21st Ave., South, Seattle, Wash. 98144). Sea Pen Press & Paper Mill. c1981.  p.
A letter ballancing the necessity of keeping a land-force in times of peace with the dangers that may follow on it
Somers, John Somers
Exeter. The Rota. 1974. , 16 p.
A letter, ballancing the necessity of keeping a land-force in times of peace, with the dangers that may follow on it
Somers, John Somers
[London. s.n.]. printed in the year 1697. , 16 p.
A letter book
London. G. Bell and sons, ltd. 1922. xii, 306 p.
A letter by Dr. Benjamin Rush: describing the consecration of the German college at Lancaster in June, 1787
Rush, Benjamin ; Stockton, Annis Boudinot
Lancaster, Pa. Pub. by order of the college. 1945. vi, 36 p.
A letter by Dr. Franklin to the Royal Academy of Brussels
New York. At the Sign of the Blue-Behinded Ape. 1929. xv p.
A letter by Mar Jacob, bishop of Edessa, on Syriac orthography: also a tract by the same author, and a discourse by Gregory Bar Hebr©Œus on Syriac accents. Now edited, in the original Syriac, from mss. in the British museum, with an English translation and notes
Jacob ; Bar Hebraeus ; Phillips, George
London. Williams and Norgate. 1869. viii, 96 p.; 47 p.
A letter by Rudyard Kipling concerning a proposal to buy the cottage in which Edgar Allan Poe wrote Ullalume [sic.]: Mr. Kipling's essential modesty is shown by the frank acknowledgement of his indebtedness to Poe
Kipling, Rudyard ; Hopkins, Fred M ; Carpenter, W. M ; King, Edward B
[Chicago. Printed, but not published, American Crossarm & Condiut Co. 1924].  folded leaf.
A letter, commercial and political: addressed to the Right Hon. William Pitt, in which the real interests of Britain in the present crisis are considered, and some observations are offered on the general state of Europe
Currie, James ; Pitt, William
Dublin. Printed for P. Byrne ... and J. Moore. 1793. 70 p.
A letter, commercial and political, addressed to the Rt. Honble. William Pitt: in which the real interests of Britain, in the present crisis, are considered, and some observations are offered on the general state of Europe
London. Printed for G.G.J. and J. Robinson. 1793. 72 p.
A letter concerning an American bishop, &c. to Dr. Bradbury Chandler, ruler of St. John's Church in Elizabeth-Town: in answer to the appendix of his Appeal to the public &c
[Philadelphia. W. and T. Bradford]. printed A.D. 1768. 19,  p.
A letter concerning a proposal to buy the cottage in which Edgar Allan Poe wrote Ullalume. [sic.]: Mr. Kipling's essential modesty is shown by the frank acknowledgement of his indebtedness to Poe
[Chicago. Printed, but not published, American Crossarm & Condiut Co. 1924]. facsim.:  p. (in portfolio).
A letter concerning libels, warrants, the seizure of papers, and sureties for the peace of behaviour: with a view to some late proceedings, and the defence of them by the majority
Father of Candor ; Almon, John
Clark, NJ. Lawbook Exchange. c2007. 112 p.
A letter concerning prerogative
Dublin. Printed by T. Cooper. 1755. 51,  p. (the final page blank).
A Letter concerning the disabling clauses lately offered to the House of Commons for regulating corporations
London. To be sold by Randall Taylor. 1690. 22 p.
A letter concerning the ten pound court, in the city of New-York: addressed to the state legislature
New-York. Printed for Denniston and Cheetham. 1803. 38 p.
A letter concerning the union, with relation to trade
London. Printed for B. Bragg. 1707. 16 p.
A letter concerning toleration
Boston. Printed and sold by Rogers and Fowle. 1743. 77,  p.
A letter concerning toleration ; The second treatise of government ; An essay concerning human understanding
Locke, John ; Locke, John ; Locke, John ; Berkeley, George ; Hume, David
Franklin Center, Pa. Franklin Library. 1984. 870 p.,  leaf of plates.
A letter, containing a most briefe discourse apologeticall: with a plaine demonstration, and feruent protestation, for the lawfull, sincere, very faithfull and Christian course, of the philosophical studies and exercises, of a certaine studious gentleman, an ancient seruaunt to her most excellent Maiesty Royall
[Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1973].  p.
A letter, containing some candid observations on mankind: and the Republican administrations of Jefferson & Madison
A farmer ; Russell, Henry P
Morris-town [N.J.]. Printed by Henry P. Russell. Sept. 1810. , 4-67 p.
A lettered cup: poems
Warner, William Francis
[Christchurch]. Pegasus Press. . 58 p.
A lettere di fuoco: romanzo
Milano. Mondadori. 1999. 139 p.
A letter, Ephraim Wales Bull of Concord, February 12, 1843 to Henry Moore
Bull, Ephraim Wales ; Moore, Henry ; McLellan, Hugh
Champlain [N.Y.]. Priv. print. at the Moorsfield press. 1932. v, -11 p.
A letter for Cathy
Nashville. Abingdon-Cokesbury Press. . 30 p.
A letter for Josephine
Eardley, George C
Boston. Branden Press Publishers. c1975. 232 p.
A letter for Lucy to answer
Chapin, Mary Katherine
Chicago. Follett Publishing Company. c1938.  p.
A letter for mother to read
Chapin, Mary Katherine
Chicago. Follett Publishing Comapny. [c1938].  p.
A letter for the ages =: [Igeret ha-Ramban] = Iggeres haRamban : the Ramban's ethical letter with an anthology of contemporary rabbinic expositions
Naḥmanides ; Feuer, Avrohom Chaim
Brooklyn, N.Y. Mesorah Publications. 1989. 122 p.
A letter from a black sheep
London. L. & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press. 1932. 30 p.