A letter from Legion to His Grace the Duke of Richmond, chairman of the Slavery Committee of the House of Lords, containing an exposure of the character of the evidence on the colonial side produced before the committee
Miles, William Augustus
London. S. Bagster. [1832?]. 196 p.
A letter from Lieut. Gen. Burgoyne to his constituents: upon his late resignation, with the correspondences between the secretaries of war and him, relative to his return to America
Burgoyne, John ; Almon, John
London. Printed for J. Almon, Opposite Burlington-House, Piccadilly. 1779. 37 p., 1 l.
A letter from Lieut. Gen. Burgoyne to his constituents, upon his late resignation: with the correspondences between the Secretaries of War and him, relative to his return to America
London. Printed for J. Almon. 1779. , 37,  p.
A letter from Lieut. Gen. Burgoyne to his constituents, upon his late resignation; with the correspondences between the secretaries of war and him, relative to his return to America
Burgoyne, John ; Almon, John
London. Printed for J. Almon. 1779. 1 p.l., 37 p.
A letter from Li Po: and other poems
New York. Oxford University Press. 1955. 93 p.
A letter from Lord Denman to Lord Brougham: on the final extinction of the slave-trade
Denman, Thomas Denman
London. J. Hatchard and Son. 1848. 79 p.
A letter from Madame Chiang Kai-shek to boys and girls across the ocean
Chiang, May-ling Soong
Chungking, China. The China information publishing company. . 1 p. l., 26,  p.
A letter from Madorem Crawford, 1845
Eugene, Or. Published by the Friends of the Library, University of Oregon. 1971.  p.
A letter from Major William Bradford to the Reverend John Cotton: written at Mount Hope on July 21, 1675, and containing an account of the operations leading up to an unsuccessful attempt to capture Metacom, alias King Philip, the Wampanoag chieftain
Providence. Printed by S. P. C. for the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. 1914. 2 p. l., -16 p.
A letter from Marfa: and other tales from far west Texas
Alpine, Tex. Desert Mountain Institute. 2006. 115 p.
A letter from Mary queen of Scots to the Duke of Guise, January 1562
Mary ; Pollen, John Hungerford
Edinburgh. Printed by T. and A. Constable, for the Scottish history society. 1904. 2 p.l., [vii]-lxvi p., 1 l., 81 p., 1 l.
A letter from M. Condorcet, a member of the National Convention to a magistrate in Swisserland, respecting the massacree [sic] of the Swiss guards on the 10th of August, etc: with a letter from Thomas Paine to the people of France on his election to the National Convention : to which is added an abstract of that system of despotism which has been overturned by the French and under which the mass of the people in that country have groaned for ages : with a brief account of the strength and resources of France
Condorcet, Jean-Antoine-Nicolas de Caritat ; Paine, Thomas
New-York. Printed for the book-sellers. 1793. 29,  p. (last leaf blank).
A letter from Mr. Cibber to Mr. Pope
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California. 1973. xi, 66 p.
A letter from Mr. Humphry Hody, to a friend: concerning a collection of canons said to be deceitfully omitted in his edition of the Oxford treatise against schism
Oxford [Eng.]. Printed by L. Lichfield, for Ant. Pisly. 1692. , 45 p.
A letter from Mr. John Clayton rector of Crofton at Wakefield in Yorkshire, to the Royal Society, May 12, 1688: Giving an account of several observables in Virginia, and in his voyage thither, more particularly concerning the air
Washington. 1844. 45 p.
A letter from Mr. Paine to Mr. Secretary Dundas: on his opening the debate in the House of Commons, on the proclamation of the 25th of May, for suppressing publications, &c. wherein is answered the cavils of other court-parasites against his Rights of man, interesting to every American
Paine, Thomas ; Melville, Henry Dundas
New-York. Printed by Samuel Loudon, no. 5 Water-Street. . 16 p.
A letter from Mr. Pickering, secretary of state, to Mr. Pinckney, minister plenipotentiary at Paris: in answer to the complaints communicated by Mr. Adet, minister of the French Republic, against the United States of America
Richmond. Printed and sold by T. Nicolson. . 93,  p. (p. [1-3] at end blank).
A letter from Mr. Pigott near Geneva to the Right Honourable William Pitt on the necessity and advantage of a taxation on the publick funds
London. Printed for J. Ridgway. 1786. 14 p.
A letter from Mrs. Thomas Morris to her nephew the Hon. Judge John K. Kane [microform]: regarding the Kane and Kent families, &c., &c., &c
[New York. s.n. c1889]. 27 p. ; 24 cm.
A letter from M. Voltaire to the French Academy: containing an appeal to that society on the merits of the English dramatic poet Shakespeare : read before the Academy on the day of St. Louis [August 25], MDCCLXXVI
London. Printed for J. Bew. 1777. , v, , ii, 42 p.
A letter from my Lord Howard of Escrick, to his friend: Together with his protestation, at his receiving the blessed communion in the tower, on July the third, 1681
Howard, William Howard
[London. R. Roberts. 1681]. 4 p.
A letter from one in the country to his friend in Boston: containing some remarks upon a late pamphlet, entituled the distressed state of the town of Boston, &c
Colman, John ; Wigglesworth, Edward ; Franklin, James ; Henchman, Daniel
Boston. Printed by J. Franklin for D. Henchman, and sold at his shop. 1720. , 22 p.
A letter from our missionaries in New Guinea
Ft. Wayne, Ind. Crosier Fathers Provincial Office. . 13 v. in 1.
A letter from Oxford concerning Mr. Samuel Johnson's late book
Oxford. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1693. 31,  p.
A letter from Pennsylvania to a friend in England: containing valuable information with respect to America
Jardine, L. J
Bath [Eng.]. Printed by R. Cruttwell. 1795. 2 p. leaves, 31 p.
A letter from Percival Stockdale to Granville Sharp, Esq., suggested to the authour by the present insurrection of the Negroes in the island of St. Domingo
Stockdale, Percival ; Sharp, Granville
Durham. Printed by L. Pennington. . xi, , 28 p.
A letter from Phocion, to the considerate citizens of New-York: on the politics of the times, in consequence of the peace
Hamilton, Alexander ; Bell, Robert
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by Robert Bell. 1784. 15,  p.
A letter from Pontius Pilate's wife
Van Dyke, Catherine
Indianapolis. The Bobbs-Merrill company. [c1929]. 53 p.
A letter from Pontus: & other verse
London. W. Heinemann. . 109 p.
A letter from Pontus and other verse
New York. The Macmillan Company. 1936. 118 p.
A letter from Quebeck to M. L'Maine, a French officer: which contains a particular account of the present designs of the French upon the English in North-America, what force the French have collected, their several divisions, and the places destin'd for each : Likewise an account of the defenseless condition of the English provinces and colonies, and the methods made use of by the French, to procure such intelligence
Roche ; L'Maine ; Franklin, James ; Force, Peter
Newport, Rhode-Island. Printed and sold by J. Franklin. 1754. 13,  p. (final leaf blank).
A letter from R*b*cc* W*st
Edinburgh. Privately printed at the Tragara Press. 1986. 13,  p.
A letter from Richard Burke, Esq., to a gentleman of the City of Cork: upon the utility of a Catholic committee, as recommended by Mr. Byrne : and upon the substitution of another measure in the place of it, in order to allay the present alarm, and obtain the restitution of the elective franchise
Cork. Printed by William Flyn. 1792. 26 p.
A letter from Robert Goodloe Harper, of South Carolina: to his constituents
Harper, Robert Goodloe
[Cambridge, Mass.]. W. Hilliard, printer. 1801. 16 p.
A letter from Salerno
Clift, G. Glenn
New York. The New York public library. 1943. 11,  p.
A letter from Sir. J. B[an]ks to W. B[enso]n, Esq., S.O., by birth an Englishman, but unnaturaliz'd and turn'd Swede
London. Printed for A. Moore. 1719. 20 p.
A letter from Sir Richard Vyvyan: bt., to the magistrates of Berkshire, upon their newly-established practice of consigning prisoners to solitary confinement before trial, and ordering that they be disguised by masks whenever they are taken out of their cells
Vyvyan, Richard Rawlinson
London. Ridgway. . 42 p.
A letter from Sir Thomas Bodley, Kt., sometime Queen Elizabeth's agent in Holland, to a great privy counsillor, concerning England and the States General ... entring upon a treaty of peace with Philip, King of Spain
London. Printed for [and] sold by John Morphew. 1709. 7,  p.
A letter from Sir William ****, Deputy Lieutenant of the county of ****, to his tenants and neighbours: seriously recommended at this time to the perusal of all the people of England
London. Printed for M. Cooper. 1757. 24 p.
A letter from some aged nonconforming ministers, to their Christian friends, touching the reasons of their practice, August 24, 1701
Boston. Reprinted for Samuel Gerrish. 1712. , iv, 72,  p.
A letter from South Carolina: giving an account of the soil, air, product, trade, government, laws, religion, people, military strength, &c. of that province. Together, with the manner and necessary charges of settling a plantation there, and the annual profit it will produce
London. Printed for R. Smith. 1718. 56 p.
A Letter from Stella: an epilogue to the publication of C-S the master craftsman
Strouse, Norman H
[Harper Woods, Mich.]. Adagio Press. 1971.  p.
A letter from St. Omars in farther confirmation of the truth of the Popish Plot upon a consideration of divers circumstances in the trials: together with several new matters relating to a farther discovery thereof, and particularly a letter from Mr. Jennison proving Mr. Ireland to have been in London the 19th. of August contrary to the Staffordshire witnesses and what the five Jesuits, lately executed, insisted upon at their trials, with remarks upon the said letter
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1679. , 22 p.
A letter from Sydney: being a long epistle from Ray Lindsay to his brother Jack relating mainly to their lives in Sydney in the nineteen-twenties
Lindsay, Raymond ; Lindsay, Jack ; Arnold, John
Melbourne, Australia. Jester Press. 1983. 56 p.
A letter from Texas
Dallas. Neiman-Marcus. 1939.  p.
A letter from the anonymous author of the Letters versified to the anonymous writer of the Monitor
London. Printed for W. Nicoll. 1761. 35,  p.
A letter from the Assembly of Divines in England to the Generall Assembly in Scotland: together with the answer of the Generall Assembly of Scotland thereunto
Printed at London. For John Bellamie and Ralph Smith. 1643. , 13,  p.
A letter, from the Association: of the County of New-Haven, to the reverend elders, in the colonies of Rhode-Island, and Massachusetts bay, who assisted in the ordination, of the Rev. Mr. John Hubbard, at Meriden, June 22nd, 1769. To which are annexed, remarks on the confession of faith and examination, of the said Mr. Hubbard, some time since, published in the weekly papers; and also in a pamphlet, entitled, "The transactions of the Council, called for the ordination of Mr. John Hubbard, at Meriden, December 29th, 1767. And the Consociation of the County of New Haven, convened there at the same time."
New-Haven. Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green. [1770?]. 24 p.
A letter from the author of the Argument against a standing army to the author of the Ballancing letter
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1697. 15,  p.
A letter from the bishop of New-York, on the proposed "Church Congress," appointed to be held in the week of the opening of the General Convention
New-York. J.W. Amerman, printer. 1874. 12 p.
A letter from the Bishop of Rochester to the the Right Honourable the Earl of Dorset and Middlesex, Lord-Chamberlain of His Majesties houshold: concerning his sitting in the late Ecclesiastical Commission
Sprat, Thomas ; Dorset, Charles Sackville
In the Savoy [London]. Printed by Edw. Jones. 1688. 20 p.
A letter from the Cocoa-tree to the chiefs of the opposition
London. Printed for F. Blyth. 1763. , 17,  p.
A letter from the Cocoa-tree to the country-gentlemen
London. Printed for W. Nicoll. 1762. 14 p.
A letter from the Committee of the association of New York to the lord mayor and corporation of the city of London, 5th May, 1775
[London]. Printed under the direction of the Library committee of the corporation. 1920.  p., 1 l. incl. facsim.
A letter from the Duchess of M--r--gh, in the shades, to the great man
London. Printed for S. Hooper. 1759. , 79,  p.
A letter from the Dutchess of M---r---gh, in the shades, to the great man
London. Printed for S. Hooper. 1759. 82 p.
A letter from the Earl of Manchester to the House of Lords: giving an opinion on the conduct of Oliver Cromwell
Manchester, Edward Montagu ; Waller, William ; Gardiner, Samuel Rawson
[Westminster]. The Camden society. 1883. 2 p. l., 3 p.
A letter from the Earl of Mar to the King, before His Majesty's arrival in England, with some remarks on my Lord's subsequent conduct
Steele, Richard ; Mar, John Erskine
London. Printed for Jacob Tonson. 1715. , 19,  p.
A Letter from the Honourable L---t G---L B---gh, to the Rt. Hon. W--m P--t, esq; se--y of s--te: Together with His M---y's instructions for the late expeditions on the coast of France
London. T. Payne. 1758. 1 p. l., viii, 37 p.
A letter from the Hon. Timothy Pickering: a senator of the United States from the state of Massachusetts, exhibiting to his constituents a view of the imminent danger of an unnecessary and ruinous war. Addressed to His Excellency James Sullivan, governor of the said state
Boston. Printed by Greenough and Stebbins. 1808. 16 p.
A letter from the Hon. Timothy Pickering, a senator of the United States from the state of Massachusetts: exhibiting to his constituents a view of the imminent danger of an unnecessary and ruinous war, addressed to His Excellency James Sullivan, governor of the said state
Augusta [Me.]. Printed by Peter Edes. 1808. 15 p.
A letter from the Hon. Timothy Pickering, a senator of the United States, from the state of Massachusetts, exhibiting to his constituents, a view of the imminent danger, of an unnecessary and ruinous war. Addressed to His Excellency James Sullivan, governor of the said state. To which is added, Governor Sullivan's answer
Hartford. Printed by Lincoln and Gleason. 1808. 16 p.
A letter from the Jackson Committee of Nashville: in answer to one from a similar committee at Cincinnati, upon the subject of Gen. Jackson's marriage
[Memphis. John Willard Brister Library]. 1968. 31 p.
A letter from the Jackson Committee of Nashville, in answer to one from a similar committee at Cincinnati, upon the subject of Gen. Jackson's marriage: accompanied by documents in an appendix, thereto annexed
Nashville. printed by Hall & Fitzgerald-Republican Office. 1827. 30 p.
A letter from the late Signor Tartini to Signora Maddalena Lombardini (now Signora Sirmen): Published as an important lesson to performers on the violin
Tartini, Giuseppe ; Burney, Charles
London. W. Reeves. 1913. 25 p.
A letter from the Lord Bishop of London: to the clergy and people of London and Westminster, on occasion of the late earthquakes
London. J. Whiston. 1750. 12 p.
A letter from the Lord Bishop of London, to the clergy and people of London and Westminster: on occasion of the late earthquakes
London. Printed for John Whiston. 1750. , 18 p.
A letter from the Lord Bishop of London to the clergy and people of London and Westminster on occasion of the late earthquakes
London. Printed by Vertue and Goadby. 1750. 16 p.
A letter from the Lord Bishop of London, to the clergy and people of London and Westminster, on occasion of the late earthquakes
[Williamsburg]. London printed, Williamsburg re-printed By W. Hunter. 1750. 20 p.
A letter from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to the Honorable William Lenthal, Esq., speaker of the Parliament of England: giving an account of the proceedings of the army there under His Lordships command, and several transactions between His Lordship and the governor of Wexford, together with a relation of the taking in of Wexford
Cromwell, Oliver ; Lenthall, William
London. Printed by John Field for Edward Bellamy. 1649. 16 p.
A letter from the members of the "Beaufort Baptist & Foreign Bible Society" to their brethren of the Beaufort Bible Society
[Charleston?. s.n.]. 1837. 18 p.
A letter from the most ingenious Mr. Lodowick: Rhode-Island, Febr. 1. 1691, 2. [Boston? 1692]
[Boston. 1941]. 8 p.
A letter from the Most Reverend Doctor Butler, titular Archbishop of Cashel, to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Kenmare
Butler, James ; Kenmare, Thomas Brown
Kilkenny. Printed by C. Finn. 1787. 8 p.
A letter from the Pastor of Hollis Street Society to his parochial friends, with their reply to the same, October and November 1841
Boston. Printed by Samuel N. Dickinson. 1841. 23 p.
A letter from the Revd. Mr. Croswell to the Revd. Mr. Turell in answer to his Direction to his people
Boston. Printed and sold by Rogers & Fowle. 1742. 16 p.
A letter from the Revd Mr. Sergeant of Stockbridge, to Dr. Colman of Boston: containing Mr. Sergeant's proposal of a more effectual method for the education of Indian children; to raise 'em if possible into a civil and industrious people; by introducing the English language among them; and thereby instilling into their minds and hearts, with a more lasting impression, the principles of virtue and piety
Sergeant, John ; Colman, Benjamin
Boston. Printed by Rogers and Fowle, for D Henchman. 1743. 16 p.
A letter from the Reverend Mr. Clap, rector of Yale-College in New-Haven, to the Rev. Mr. Edwards of North-Hampton: expostulating with him for his injurious reflections in his late letter to a friend, and shewing that Mr. Edwards, in contradicting the rector, plainly contradicts himself
Boston, N.E. Printed and sold by T. Fleet. 1745. 11,  p.
A letter from the Reverend Mr. David Imrie, minister of the gospel at St. Mungo in Annandale, to a gentleman in the city of Edinburgh: predicting the speedy accomplishment of the great, awful, and glorious events which the Scripture say are to be brought to pass in the latter times
[Boston]. Edinburgh printed 1755, Boston re-printed and sold by S. Kneeland. 1756. , iv, 5-16,  p.
A letter from the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield to the Reverend Mr. John Wesley: in answer to his sermon, intitled Free grace
Lansingburgh [NY]. Printed by Babcock & Hickok. 1789. 24 p.
A letter from the Reverend Mr. Whitefield, to a reverend divine in Boston: giving a short account of his late visit to Bermuda
Philadelphia. Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall. 7,  p.
A letter from the Rev. Peter Flood, D.D. ... to the Hon. *** ****, M.P., London: relative to a pamphlet, entitled "A fair representation of the present political state of Ireland," by Patrick Duigenan, L.L.D. &c
Dublin. Printed by H. Fitzpatrick. 1800. 17 p.
A letter from the Rev. Professor Whittingham: of the General Theological Seminary, to a clergyman of western New-York, in relation to the division of the diocese of New-York
Whittingham, William Rollinson
[New York. s.n.]. 1838. 22 p.
A letter from the Rev. Professor Whittingham, of the General Theological Seminary, to a clergyman of Western New York, in relation to the division of the Diocese of N. York
Whittingham, William Rollinson
Baltimore. Re-printed by Jos. Robinson. 1858. 23 p.
A letter from the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Melville to the Earl of Aberdeen: relative to the management of the civil service of the navy
Melville, Henry Dundas ; Aberdeen, George Hamilton Gordon
London. W. Winchester and Son. [1810?]. 35 p.
A letter from the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Melville to the Right Hon. Spencer Percival: relative to the establishment of a naval arsenal at Northfleet
Melville, Henry Dundas ; Perceval, Spencer
London. S. Bagster. [1810?]. 48 p.
A letter from the Right Honourable Arthur, Earl of Anglesey ... in answer to His Grace the Duke of Ormond's letter of November the 12th, 1681: about His Lordship's observations and reflections upon the Earl of Castle-haven's memoires, concerning the rebellion of Ireland
Anglesey, Arthur Annesley ; Ormonde, James Butler
London. Printed for N.P. 1682. 7,  p.
A letter from the Right Honourable Ferdinando lord Fairfax: to His Excellency Robert earle of Essex. Relating his late prosperous successe against the popish army in the North, his expelling them from their workes, and forcing them to raise their siege from before the towne of Hull. Also certifying, how the enemy have fled to Beverley, and were forced to leave divers pieces of ordnance, much powder and ammunition behind them. Being upon the same day wherein the Earle of Manchester obtained the victory neere Horn-castle in Lincolnshire
Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax
London. Printed for I. Wright. Octob. 18. 1643. 5  p.
A letter from the Right Honourable Lord Carysfort to the Huntingdonshire Committee
Carysfort, John Joshua Proby
London. Printed for J. Almon. 1780. 19,  p.
A letter from the Rt. Honourable Edmund Burke to His Grace, the Duke of Portland: on the conduct of the minority in Parliament : containing fifty-four articles of impeachment against the Rt. Hon. C.J. Fox, from the original copy in the possession of the noble duke
[Philadelphia]. London printed, Philadelphia re-printed for James Humphreys. 1797. 56 p.
A letter from the Rt. Honourable Edmund Burke to His Grace the Duke of Portland, on the conduct of the minority in Parliament: containing fifty-four articles of impeachment against the Rt. Hon. C.J. Fox, from the original copy, in the possession of the noble Duke
London. Printed for the editor, and sold by J. Owen. 1797. , 94 p.
A letter from the secretary of state to the mayor of Cork: on the subject of the bill presented by Mr. Orde on the 15th August 1785, for effectuating the intercourse and commerce between Great Britain and Ireland, on permanent and equitable principles for the mutual benefit of both kingdoms
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne. 1785. iv, 52 p.
A letter from the Secretary of War in answer to resolution of the House of 3d instant, transmitting copy of proceedings of the court-martial in the trial of General Fitz John Porter
[Washington, D.C. s.n. 1863]. 317 p.
A letter from the Summer Ilands
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1971.  p.
A letter from the Synod of Zeland to the commissioners of the General Assembly of the kirk of Scotland
[London]. First printed at Edinburgh, and now reprinted at London for Edward Brewster. 1643. , 6 p.
A Letter from the west to a member of the meeting of Estates of Scotland
[Edinburgh. s.n. 1689].  p. (the last page blank).
A letter from Thrasybulus to Leucippe
Holbach, Paul Henri Thiry ; Naigeon, Jacques Andre ; LaGrange, N.., de ; Freret, Nicolas
London. Printed for the Joint Stock Book Company, and published by R. Carlile. 1826. -140 p.
A letter from William Shirley, Esq, governor of Massachusetts Bay, to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle: with a journal of the Siege of Louisbourg, and other operations of the forces, during the expedition against the French settlements on Cape Breton, drawn up at the desire of the Council and House of Representatives of the province of Massachusett's Bay, approved and attested by Sir William Pepperrell and the other principal officers who commanded in the said expedition
London. Printed by E. Owen in Warwick-Lane. 1746. 32 p.
A letter from William Shirley, Esq., governor of Massachusett's-Bay, to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle: with a journal of the Siege of Louisbourg, and other operations of the forces, during the expedition against the French settlements on Cape-Breton, drawn up at the desire of the Council and House of Representatives of the province of Massachusetts, approved and attested by Sir William Pepperrel and other principal officers who commanded in the said expedition
[Boston, New England]. London printed, 1746 by E. Owen, Boston, New England, re-printed by J. Draper for D. Henchman. . 31,  p.
A letter from William Shirley, Esq., governor of the Massachusetts-Bay to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle: with a journal of the Siege of Louisbourg and other operations of the forces during the expedition against the French settlements on Cape-Breton, drawn up at the desire of the Council and House of Representatives of the province of Massachusetts-Bay, approved and attested by Sir William Pepperell, and the other principal officers who commanded in the said expedition
[New York]. London, printed, 1746, New-York, re-printed and sold by James Parker. [1746?]. 20 p.
A letter from Xo Ho, a Chinese philosopher at London, to his friend Lien Chi at Peking
London. Printed for Josiah Graham. . , 6 p.