A letter to a member of Parliament: concerning the present state of affairs at home and abroad
True lover of the people
London. Printed for T. Cooper. 1740. [2], 60 p.

A letter to a member of Parliament, containing a proposal for bringing in a bill to revise, amend or repeal certain obsolete statues commonly called the ten commandments
Hildrop, John
London. Printed for R. Minors. 1738. 38 p.

A letter to a member of Parliament, in favour of the bill for uniting Protestants
N. N
London. Printed and are to be sold by Randal Taylor. 1689. [2], 8 p.

A letter to a member of Parliament, occasion'd by the South-sea company's scheme for reducing the publick debts
London. J. Roberts. 1720. 35 p.

A Letter to a member of Parliament occasion'd by the votes of the House of Commons against their late speaker and others
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1695. [2], 30 p.

A letter to a member of Parliament, occasioned, by the growing poverty of the nation, from the want and decay of trade, and wrong management thereof
Edinburgh. Printed in the year. 1700. 22 p.

A letter to a member of Parliament, on the importance of the American colonies: and the best means of making them most useful to the mother country
London. Printed for J. Scott. 1757. 24 p.

A letter to a member of Parliament on the present unhappy dispute between Great-Britain and her colonies: wherein the supremacy of the former is asserted and proved and the necessity of compelling the later to pay due obedience to the sovereign state is enforced upon principles of sound policy, reason, and justice
London. Printed for J. Walter. 1774. 47 p.

A letter to a member of Parliament relating to the bill for preventing the growth of schism
London. Printed for and sold by John Harrison ... and Ferd. Burleigh. 1714. [2], 19, [1] p.

A letter to a member of Parliament, relating to the bill for preventing the growth of schism, &c
Claridge, Richard
[England?. s.n. 1714?]. 4 p.

A Letter to a member of Parliament relating to the Irish forfeitures
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1701. [2], 27 [i.e. 20] p.

A Letter to a member of Parliament, shewing that a restraint on the press is inconsistent with the Protestant religion and dangerous to the liberties of the nation
London. Printed by J. Darby , and sold by Andr. Bell. 1698. 32 p.

A letter to a member of Parliament, shewing the necessity of regulating the press: chiefly from the necessity of publick establishments in religion
Defoe, Daniel
Oxford. Printed for George West and Henry Clements. 1699. [4], 67, [1] p.

A letter to a member of Parliament, wherein the unreasonableness and improbability of binding down the redeemables is fully demonstrated
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1721. 8 p.

A letter to a member of the convention
Sherlock, William
[London. s.n. 1688 or 1689]. 4 p.

A letter to a member of the Convention of States in Scotland
Lover of his religion and country
[Edinburgh?. s.n.]. 1689. 8 p.

A letter to a member of the Honourable House of representatives, on the present state of the bills of credit
Hutchinson, Thomas
Boston. [s.n.]. Printed in the year, MDCCXXXVI [1736]. 9, [1] p.

A letter to a member of the National Assembly
Burke, Edmund
Oxford [England] . Woodstock Books. 1990. 74 p.

A letter to a member of the October-Club: shewing, that to yield Spain to the Duke of Anjou by a peace, wou'd be the ruin of Great Britain
London. Printed for A. Baldwin. 1711. 75, [1] p.

A Letter to a member of the P--------t of G---t-B-----n: occasion'd by the priviledge granted by the French king to Mr. Crozat
Louis
[Boston. 1942]. 44 p.

A letter to a member of the Society for Encouraging the Art of Engraving in objection to the scheme of patronage now under consideration, and written with a view to its imp[r]ovement
Landseer, John ; Landseer, John
London. Edmund Lloyd. 1810. 77 p.

A letter to a merchant at Bristol, concerning a petition of S-- T--, Esq. to the King: for an exclusive grant to the trade of the River Senegal
Merchant of London ; Touchet, Samuel
London. Printed for G. Kearsly. 1762. 43, [1] p.

A letter to America
Boren, David
Norman. University of Oklahoma Press. c2008. ix, 112 p.

A letter to American Christians
Chen, Richard M J
New York. Exposition Press. [1961]. 55 p.

A letter to American teachers of history
Adams, Henry
Washington. Press of J.H. Furst co.]. 1910. vi, 214 p.

A letter to American workers
Lenin, Vladimir Il£ich ; Trachtenberg, Alexander
New York. International Publishers. [1934]. 23 p.

A letter to American workingmen: from the Socialist Soviet Republic of Russia
Lenin, Vladimir Il£ich
Brooklyn, N.Y. Socialist Publication Society. 1918. 15 p.

A letter to a Methodist preacher, on his entrance into the work of the ministry: containing advices ... with a postscript, in which the general character of the preachers, and the nature and importance of the work in which they are engaged, are briefly considered. With an appendix, containing a few directions to the people
Clarke, Adam
London. Printed for J. Butterworth, and W. Baynes. 1800. vi, 7-36 p.

A Letter to a minister of state, concerning the pretended Prince of Wales's being proclaim'd King of England, &c. in France: with some thoughts on the interest of England in this critical juncture and of the necessity of a speedy and vigorous war ... to restrain the exorbitant power of France
London. Printed for A. Bell ... and B. Lintot. 1701. 20 p.

A letter to a missionary to Mormons: a Catholic shows the fundamental flaw in Evangelical witness to Mormons
Williams, Robert Ian
Bangor is y Coed. Ecclesia Press. 1997. [12] p.

A letter to a modern novelist
Walpole, Hugh
Folcroft, Pa. Folcroft Library Editions. 1977. 29 p.

A letter to a modern novelist
Walpole, Hugh
London. Leonard & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth press. 1932. 29 p.

A letter to a modern novelist
Walpole, Hugh
Norwood, Pa. Norwood Editions. 1978. 29 p.

A letter to Amy
Keats, Ezra Jack
New York. Harper & Row. [1968]. [36] p.

A letter to Amy
Keats, Ezra Jack
New York. Viking. 1998. 1 v. (unpaged).

A letter to an American friend
Campbell, R. J
New York. George H. Doran company. [191-]. 23 p.

A letter to an American missionary from the Bishop of Natal
Colenso, John William
Natal. Printed by James Archbell. 1856. 70 p.

A letter to Andrew Stone, Esq
London. Printed for H. Carpenter. [1753?]. [4], 9-25 p.

A Letter to an English friend on the American war
New York. A.D.F. Randolph. 1863. 24 p.

A letter to an English gentleman, on the libels and calumnies on America by British writers and reviewers
Jones, James Athearn
Philadelphia. H. C. Carey & I. Lea. 1826. 43 p.

A letter to an English member of Parliament, from a gentleman in Scotland: concerning the slavish dependencies, which a great part of that nation is still kept under, by superiorities, wards, reliefs, and other remains of the feudal law, and by clanships : containing very good hints for reforming the Highlands, and preventing rebellion for the future
Willison, John ; Logan, William ; Ker, John
London. Printed for M. Cooper. 1746. 32 p.

A Letter to a new member of the ensuing Parliament
Defoe, Daniel
[London. s.n. printed in the year 1702]. 8 p.

A letter to an honourable brigadier general: commander in chief of His Majesty's forces in Canada
Junius
London. Printed for J. Burd. 1760. [2] l., 31, [1] p.

A letter to an honourable gentleman of the Council-board, for the colony of Connecticut, shewing that Yale-college is a very great emolument, and of high importance to the state: consequently, that it is the interest and duty of the commonwealth to afford it publick countenance and support
Trumball, Benjamin
New-Haven. Printed by B. Mecom. 1766. 26 p.

A letter to an M.P. on disarmament
Cecil of Chelwood, Robert Gascoyne-Cecil
London. L. & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press. 1931. 40 p.

A letter to an M.P. on disarmament
Cecil of Chelwood, Robert Gascoyne-Cecil
New York. Harcourt, Brace and Company. [c1932]. 46 p.

A letter to a noble lord: concerning the late expedition to Canada
Dummer, Jeremiah
London. Printed for A. Baldwin. 1712. 26 p.

A letter to a noble lord, explanatory of a bill in the Court of Chancery filed on behalf of Sir Augustus d'Este, from J.J. Dillon
Dillon, John Joseph ; D'Este, Augustus Frederick ; Cloncurry, Valentine
London. Printed by William Glindon. 1831. 40 p.

A letter to a nobleman in the country, on the affair of Mr. Annesley: containing a full and distinct account of that extraordinary transaction and all its circumstances : together with some particulars not hitherto mentioned
Impartial pen
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1744. 34 p.

A letter to a nobleman, on the proposed repeal of the penal laws which now remain in force against the Irish Roman Catholics
Butler, Charles
London. Sold by Messrs. Coghlan, Booker, Wright, Debrett and Stockdale. [1801]. 16 p.

A Letter to a noble peer, relating to the bill in favour of the sugar-planters
[London, England?. s.n.]. 1733. 22, [2] p. (the last leaf blank).

A letter to an orthodox minister on revivals of religion
Whitman, Bernard
Boston. Gray & Bowen. 1831. 66 p.

A letter to Antonio Panizzi, esq: keeper of the printed books in the British Museum, on the reputed earliest printed newspaper, the "English Mercurie, 1588"
Watts, Thomas
London. William Pickering. 1839. 16 p.

A letter to an undertaker
De Polnay, Peter
[London]. Home & Van Thal Ltd. 1946. 40 p.

A letter to anywhere
Hine, Al ; Alcorn, John
New York. Harcourt, Brace & World. [1965]. 1 v. (unpaged).

A letter to a parishioner: relative to the recent ordination of Mr. Arthur Carey
Haight, Benjamin I
New York. James A. Sparks. 1843. 22 p.

A letter to a person of quality, concerning the heavenly lives of the primitive Christians
Horneck, Anthony ; Wesley, John
York. Printed for R. Spence. [178-?]. 23, [1] p.

A letter to a person of quality occasion'd by the news of the ensuing Parliament
R. S
[London. s.n. 1688?]. 8 p.

A letter to a proprietor of the East-India company
London. Printed for T. Osborne. 1750. 123 (i. e. 119) p.

A letter to Archibald M'Intyre, Esq., comptroller of the state of New-York
Tompkins, Daniel D
[New York. s.n.]. 1819. 64 p.

A letter to a senator
Warden, Robert B
[Washington, D.C. s.n. 1885]. 8 p.

A letter to Asia: being a paraphrase and brief exposition of the Epistle of Paul the apostle to the believers at Coloss©Œ
Westcott, Frederick Brooke
London. Macmillan and co., limited. 1914. vi, 203 p.

A letter to a sister
Lehmann, Rosamond ; Banting, John
London. Published by Leonard and Virginia Woolf at The Hogarth Press. 1931. 24 p.

A letter to a sister
Lehmann, Rosamond
New York. Harcourt, Brace and Company. [c1932]. 22 p.

A letter to a small nephew named Claud
Rolfe, Frederick ; Weeks, Donald
Iowa City. Typographic Laboratory, University of Iowa School of Journalism. 1964. [8] p.

A letter to a very young lady on her marriage
Swift, Jonathan ; Cleland, T. M
[Glen Head, N.Y.]. The Ashlar press. 1932 [i. e. 1933]. 23 p.

A letter to a Whig member of the Southern Independence Association
Smith, Goldwin
Boston. Ticknor and Fields. 1864. 64 p.

A letter to a worthy member of Parliament on the necessary support and encouragement of trade: with some proposals to that end
True Englishman
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1734. 31, [1] p.

A letter to a writer down the line
Steward, D. E
London. Oasis. 1987. 19 p.

A letter to a young law student: being a view of the judicial murder of four men at Chicago, November 11th, 1878, from the standpoint of Wilbur F. Bryant
Bryant, Wilbur F
Hartington, Nebr. The Herald's Progressive Printery. 1895. 24, [1] p., 1 l. incl. port.

A letter to a young painter: [and essays]
Read, Herbert Edward
London. Thames and Hudson. [1962]. 277 p.

A letter to a young poet
Woolf, Virginia
Folcroft, Pa. Folcroft Library Editions. 1975. 28 p.

A letter to a young poet
Woolf, Virginia
London. Published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf at The Hogarth Press. 1932. 28 p.

A letter to Bill: the story of the Edinger and Bras families and the Daily chronicle of Centralia, Wash., along with the Squires of Chehalis, Wash., and the Sutherland's of New Haven, Conn. : 1732-2005
Edinger, Richard Squires ; Edinger, William Sutherland
[Portland, Ore.]. R.S. Edinger for William Sutherland Edinger. c2004. 1 v. (various pagings).

A letter to Bourchier Cleeve, Esq., concerning his calculations of taxes
Massie, J ; Cleeve, Bourchier
London. Printed for Thomas Payne. 1757. 49, [1] p.

A letter to certain bank directors
Merchant
Philadelphia. Printed for the author, and sold by all the booksellers. Dec. 1796. 23 p.

A letter to children and young persons, particularly such as attend Sunday schools or other charity schools
Townsend, Josiah
Halifax. Printed by Holden and Dowson. 1809. 24 p.

A letter to Clyde from John C. McCurdy
McCurdy, John C
[Slaton, Tex.?] (P.O. Box 189, Slaton 79364). J.C. McCurdy. 1987?]. 72 p.

A letter to C. M. Ingleby, Esq., M.A., LL.D., V.P.R.S.L., containing notes and conjectural emendations on Shakespeare's Cymbeline
Elze, Karl ; Ingleby, Clement Mansfield
New York. AMS Press. 1975. 37 p.

A letter to Col. Wm. L. Stone of New York on the facts related in his letter to Dr. Brigham, and a plain refutation of Durant's exposition of animal magnetism, &c
Poyen, Charles
Boston. Weeks, Jordan and Company. 1837. 72 p.

A letter to Dion
Mandeville, Bernard
[Liverpool]. University Press of Liverpool. 1954. x, 70 p.

A letter to Dion, 1732
Mandeville, Bernard
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California. 1953. 15 p., facsim.: 70 p.

A letter to Doctor Du Moulin, &c: Some seasonable words to Mr. Richard Baxter
Philotheus
[London. s.n. 1680]. 14 p.

A Letter to Doctor Lancaster: wherein the resistance of the people under the conduct of the Prince of Orange, and the placing King William on the throne are vindicated ... : with some remarks on the abdication of Charles I. and James II
Lancaster, William ; Palmer, Samuel
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1697. [32] p.

A letter to Dr. Cheyne: occasioned by Dr. Robinson's letter to him, in defence of his Treatise of the animal oeconomy, against Dr Morgan's objections in his Mechanical practice &c
Morgan, Thomas ; Cheyne, George
London. Printed for Tho. Cox. 1738. 55, [1] p.

A letter to Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe: a dissent remembered
Okoye, Mokwugo ; Azikiwe, Nnamdi
Enugu, Nigeria. Fourth Dimension Pub. Co. 1979. xii, 187 p.

A letter to Dr. Samuel Johnson: occasioned by his late political publications. With an Appendix, containing some observations on a pamphlet lately pub. by Dr. Shebbeare
Towers, Joseph
London. Printed for J. Towers. 1775. 78 p.

A letter to Dr. Sherlock in vindication of that part of Josephus's History which gives an account of Iaddus: against the answer to the piece intituled Obedience and submission to the present government
Lloyd, William
London. Printed for Thomas Jones. 1691. [4], 33, [3] p.

A letter to Dr. Tennison upon occasion of a sermon entitled A sermon preach'd at the funeral of Her Late Majesty Queen Mary, of ever blessed memory
Ken, Thomas
London. Printed and sold by John Morphew. 1716. 12 p.

A letter to Dr. Thomson in answer to The case of the Right Honourable Thomas Winnington, Esq
Douglass, William
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1746. 27, [1] p.

A letter to Dr. Waterland: containing some remarks on his vindication of Scripture, in answer to a book, intituled, Christianity as old as the creation : together with the sketch or plan of another answer to the said book
Middleton, Conyers
London. Printed for J. Peele. 1731. [2], 67, [1] p.

A letter to Edmund Burke, Esq: member of Parliament for the city of Bristol, and agent for the colony of New York, &c. in answer to his printed Speech, said to be spoken in the House of commons on the twenty-second of March, 1775
Tucker, Josiah
Glocester. Printed by R. Raikes and sold by T. Cadell, in the Strand, London. 1775. 58, [2] p.

A letter to Edmund Burke, Esq. on the latter part of the late report of the Select Committee on the state of justice in Bengal: with some curious particulars and original anecdotes concerning the forgery committed by Maha Rajah Nundcomar Bahadar ... ; together with some remarks on the conduct of the majority of the civil government at that time on Fort William, Bengal
Price, Joseph ; Burke, Edmund
[London?]. Printed for the author and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster. 1782. 100, 70 p.

A letter to Edmund Burke, Esq., on the latter part of the report of the Select Committee of the House of Commons on the state of justice in Bengal: with some curious particulars, and original anecdotes, concerning the forgery committed by the Maharajah Nundcomar Bahadar, on the proof of which he lost his life
Price, Joseph ; Burke, Edmund
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1782, reprinted 1783. [4], 227, [1] p.

A letter to Edward Livingston, esq., delegate from Louisiana to the general Congress at Washington-city, on the subject of the speech delivered by him, at Washington, at the late celebration of the anniversary of the 8th of January, 1815
Livingston, Edward
Natchez [Miss.]. The author. 1828. 21, [3] p.

A letter to Elizabeth
Linn, Bettina
Philadelphia. Lippincott. [1957]. 319 p.

A letter to Erasmus Darwin, M.D., on a new method of treating pulmonary consumption and some other diseases hitherto found incurable
Beddoes, Thomas ; Darwin, Erasmus
Bristol [Eng.]. Printed by Bulgin & Rosser. 1793. 72 p.

A letter to Ferdinand and Isabella, 1503
Ayala, Juan de ; Ferdinand ; Isabella ; Nowell, Charles E
Minneapolis. University of Minnesota Press. [1965]. 90 p.

A letter to Francis Jeffrey, Esq., editor of the Edinburgh review
Anti-reformist
Edinburgh. Manners and Miller. 1811. 76 p.

A letter to general, departmental and divisional construction and maintenance officers, their agents and assistants, about construction and maintenance costs
Plant, Alfred H
[Washington, D.C. Judd & Detweiler]. c1916. 81 p.

A letter to General Hamilton, occasioned by his letter to President Adams
Webster, Noah ; Dwight, Nathaniel
[Philadelphia. William Duane. 1800]. [1], 4-10 p.

A letter to General Hamilton, occasioned by his letter to President Adams
Webster, Noah ; Force, Peter
[New York. s.n. 1800]. 8 p.

A letter to George Steevens, esq., containing a critical examination of the papers of Shakespeare
Boaden, James ; Steevens, George
[New York. AMS Press. 1972]. 72 p.

A letter to George Washington, on the subject of the late treaty concluded between Great Britain & the United States of America, including other matters
Paine, Thomas
London. Printed and published by R. Carlile. 1819. 36, vii p.

A letter to George Washington, president of the United States: containing strictures on his address of the seventeenth of September 1796, notifying his relinquishment of the presidential office
Duane, William ; Treziulney
Printed at Philadelphia. For the author, and sold by the booksellers. Dec. 1796. 48 p.

A letter to George Washington, president of the United States of America, from Thomas Paine
Paine, Thomas
London. Printed and sold by Daniel Isaac Eaton. 1797. [1], 53 p.

A letter to George Washington, president of the United States of America, on affairs public and private
Paine, Thomas
Dublin. Printed by J. Stockdale. 1797. 48 p.

A letter to Governor Johnstone, &c., &c., on Indian affairs
Halhed, Nathaniel Brassey
[London]. Printed for S. Bladon. 1783. [2], 50 p.

A letter to grandma
Rogers, Paul ; Prater, John
New York. Atheneum. 1994. 1 v. (unpaged).

A letter to G. R. Robinson: on the present state and prospects of the Spanish American loans
Wyllie, Robert Crichton
London. A.H. Baily & co. [1840]. 32 p.

A letter, to G. Wakefield, B.A. on his Spirit of Christianity, compared with the spirit of the times in Great Britain
Andrews, David
London. [s.n.]. 1794. 29 p.

A letter to Harvey Milk: short stories
Newman, Lesléa
Ithaca, N.Y. Firebrand Books. c1988. 173 p.

A letter to Harvey Milk: short stories
Newman, Lesléa
Madison, Wis. University of Wisconsin Press, Terrace Books. c2004. 173 p.

A letter to H. Brougham, Esq. M.P.F.R.S. in reply to the strictures on Winchester College, contained in his letter to Sir Samuel Romilly, M.P
Clarke, Liscombe
Winchester. Printed and sold by W. Jacob. 1818. 73 p.

A letter to Hebrews
Davies, John Howard
London. Cambridge U.P. 1967. vii, 146 p.

A letter to Henry Cline, Esq., on imperfect developments of the faculties, mental and moral: as well as constitutional and organic; and on the treatment of impediments of speech
Thelwall, John
London. Taylor. 1810. viii, 271 p.

A letter to Henry Duncombe, Esq. ... on the subject of the very extraordinary pamphlet, lately addressed by Mr. Burke to a noble lord
Miles, William Augustus
London. Printed for J. Debrett. 1796. xii, 100 p.

A letter to his countrymen
Cooper, James Fenimore
New York. J. Wiley. 1834. 116 p.

A Letter to His Excellency Count *** on poetry, painting, and sculpture
New York. Garland Pub. 1973. 33 (i.e. 57) p.

A Letter to His Excellency Count ***, on poetry, painting, and sculpture: in which the question, "Whether allegories ought to be admitted in painting and sculpture," is considered
London. Printed for T. Becket and Co. 1771. [2], 57, [1] p.

A letter to His Excellency Daniel D. Tompkins, late governor of the state of New-York
M'Intyre, Arch'd
Albany [N.Y.]. Printed by E & E Hosford. 1820. 56, xl p.

A letter to His Excellency Earl Camden, on the present causes of discontent in Ireland
Smith, William Cusack
Dublin. Printed for P. Byrne. 1796. 28 p.

A letter to His Excellency Mr. Ulrick D'Ypres, chief minister of the King of Sparta, in answer to His Excellency's two epistles lately published in the Daily courant: with a word or two to the hyp-doctor Mr. Osborne, and Mr. Walsingham, all joint advocates for His Spartan Majesty
Budgell, Eustace
London. Printed for S. West. 1731. [4], 88 p.

A letter to His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, on the judgment of the High Court of Delegates in the case of Talbot v. Talbot
Paget, Thomas Tertius ; Carlisle, George William Frederick Howard
London. Ridgway. 1856. 107 p.

A Letter to His E------y L-----t G------l B---h
London. Printed for the author and sold by A. Henderson. [1759?]. 20 p.

A Letter to His G[rac]e the D[uk]e of B[edfor]d
Bedford, John Russell
London. Printed for P. Herbek. 1757. 47, [1] p.

A letter to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury
Watson, Richard
London. Printed for T. Evans. 1783. [2], 54, [2] p.

A letter to His Grace, the Archbishop of Dublin, on the nature of the Christian Sabbath
Foster, William
Dublin. William Curry Jun. and Company. 1832. 53 p.