A letter to His Grace the D--- of N----e, on the duty he owes himself, his king, his country, and his God, at this important moment
Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles ; Shebbeare, John
London. Printed for J. Morgan. 1757. , 47,  p.
A letter to His Grace the Duke of Grafton, on the present situation of public affairs
London. Printed for J. Almon. [1768?]. 30, 2 p.
A letter to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle: on West India affairs, called forth by the misrepresentations of the Anti-slavery Society
Daniel, Thomas, and Company
London. Printed by C. Skipper & East. 1854. 36 p.
A letter to His Grace the Duke of N******** on the present crisis in the affairs of Great Britain: containing reflections on a late great resignation
Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles
London. Printed for R. Griffiths. . , 48 p.
A letter to His Grace the Duke of Wellington: on the currency
London. Printed for J. Taylor. 1830. 1 p. l., -112 p.
A letter to his late parishioners
Law, William Towry
Baltimore. Murphy & Co. 1858. 45 p.
A letter to His Majesty: the bandogs, or, Remarks on the managers against W. Hastings, Esq., and Lord Melville, the late ministers on the Catholic bill and Marquis Wellesley, the office of High Admiral
London. William Horseman. 1808. 130 p.
A letter to His Royal Highness the Duke of York, or, An exposition of the circumstances which led to the late appointment of Sir Hew Dalrymple: and an inquiry into the question whether he, His Royal Highness as commander-in-chief, or His Majesty's ministers be most responsible to the country
Hague, Thomas ; Frederick Augustus
London. W. Horseman. 1808. 42 p.
A letter to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales: with a sketch of the prospect before him, appendix, and notes
Miles, William Augustus
London. J. Bell, R. Faulder and son, C. Chapple, and W.J. Richardson. 1808. 264 p.
A letter to H.M. Durand, Esq., C.S.I., of the Bengal Civil Service, Barrister-at-Law from Major Evans Bell, late of the Madhas Staff Corps, author of "Last counsels of an unknown counsellor", "The Oxus and the Indus", "Retrospects and prospects of Indian Policy", etc
Piccadilly, London. Chatto and Windus. 1884. viii, 64 p.
A letter to Hon. Charles Sumner, of the United States Senate, exposing the Bullock-Blodgett ring in their attempt to defeat the Bingham amendment
Bryant, John E
Washington, D.C. Gibson Brothers, Printers. 1870. 22 p.
A letter to Hon. Charles Sumner, with "statements" of outrages upon freedmen in Georgia
Pierson, Hamilton W
Freeport, N.Y. Books for Libraries Press. 1972. 28 p.
A letter to Hon. E. D. Morgan: on the amendment of the Constitution abolishing slavery. Resolutions, passed by the New York Union league club, concerning conditions of peace with the insurgents
New York. 1865. 4 p.
A letter to Hon. Frederick Fraley, LLD: on the report of the Committee of the Board of Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, proposing a new plan of organization
Krauth, Charles P
[Pennsylvania]. University of Pennsylvania. 1880. 8 p.
A letter to Horace Twiss, Esq., M.P., being an answer to his Inquiry into the means of consolidating and digesting the laws of England
London. J. and W.T. Clarke. 1826. 68 p.
A letter to Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq., occasion'd by the letter to The examiner
Cowper, William Cowper
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1710. 16 p.
A letter to Jabez
Snider, Neal E
Minneapolis, Minn. Augsburg Books. c2004. 88 p.
A letter to James Thomas, comptroller
Judson, Andrew T
New-London. Clapp & Francis, printers. 1819. 16 p.
A letter to Jasper Vaux, Esq., chairman of the meeting at Lloyd's on Monday the 29th January last: in which the nature and principles and the past and present extent of marine assurance are examined, the necessity of a new company to effect marine assurance pointed out, and the opposition displayed to its establishment, especially by the underwriters at Lloyd's coffee-house, is considered and refuted
Subscriber to Lloyd's ; Vaux, Jasper
London. J.M. Richardson. 1810. iv, 75 p.
A letter to J.H. Wilkins, H.B. Rogers, and F.B. Fay, commissioners of Massachusetts for the State reform school for girls
Howe, S. G
Boston. Ticknor and Fields. 1854. 36 p.
A letter to John Barrow, esq., F.R.S., on the late extraordinary and unexpected hyperborean discoveries
London. Printed by W. Pople. 1826. 46 p.
A letter to John Bull: to which is added the sketch of a plan for the safe, speedy, and effectual abolition of slavery
London. Printed for J. Hatchard. 1823. 32 p.
A letter to John Bull, Esq., from his second cousin Thomas Bull
London. T. Richardson. [185-?]. 38 p.
A letter to John Bull, the editor of a Sunday newspaper
London. Printed for J. Hatchard and Son. 1824. 19 p.
A letter to John Horne Tooke: esq. occasioned by his two pair of portraits, and other late publications
London. Printed for C. Stalker. 1789. 2 p. l., 100 p.
A letter to John Lansing, Junior, Esquire, at present chancellor of the state of New York
Livingston, Robert R
[New York]. New York Print. . 8 p.
A letter to John Murray, Esq: upon an ©Œsthetic-edition of the works of Shakspeare
London. Chapman & Hall. 1841. 2 p. l., -37 p.
A letter to John Wilkinson: on some statements contained in his letter of resignation of membership in the Religious Society of Friends
London. Darton and Harvey. 1836.  p.l., 53 p.
A letter to Jonas Hanway, Esq: in which some reasons are assigned, why houses for the reception of penitent women who have been disorderly in their lives, ought not to be called Magdalen-houses
Lardner, Nathaniel ; Hanway, Jonas
London. Sold by J. Noon. 1758. 28 p.
A letter to Joseph Priestley, L.L.D. F.R.S. &c. &c. in answer to his performance, entitled Socrates and Jesus compared
Linn, John Blair
[Philadelphia]. Published by John Conrad & Co. ... Philadelphia, M. and J. Conrad & Co. Baltimore, and Rapin Conrad & Co. Washington City. 1803. 60 p.
A letter to kantinka: a synopsis of socio-politico-economic situation in contemporary Ghana
Acquah, Kingful Kobena
Kanda-Accra. Dynamo Pub. 2002. xiv, 256 p.
A letter to Kirkman Finlay, esq., on the importation of foreign corn, and the value of the precious metals in different countries: To which are added observations on money, and the foreign exchange
London. Simpkin, Marshall, & Co. [etc.]. 1840. 1 p. l., -114 p.
A letter to La Depeche
[S.l. s.n. 193-].  leaf.
A letter to Lady Loughborough, from the Earl of Abingdon, in consequence of her presentation of the colours to the Bloomsbury and Inns of Court Association
Abingdon, Willoughby Bertie
London. Printed for T. Barnes. 1798. 31,  p.
A letter to Lao Tze
London. R. Hart-Davis. 1961. 59 p.
A letter to Lawrence: a memoir of a man's life-long search for life's meaning
Victoria, BC, Canada. Trafford. c1999. 313 p.
A letter to Lieut. Gen. Burgoyne: on his letter to his constituents
London. Printed for T. Becket. 1779. , 35 p.
A letter to Lord Archibald Hamilton, on alterations in the value of money: and containing an examination of some opinions recently published on that subject
London. Printed for J. Ridgeway. 1823. iv, 100 p.
A letter to Lord Cottenham, lately Lord Chancellor of England, on the Jus Sugdenianum: delivered in the Irish Chancery, on the hearing and re-hearing of the cause of Malone and others v. Gerahty and others, in January and February, 1843, and lately reported by Mssrs. Drury and Warren
Gerahty, James ; Cottenham, Charles Christopher Pepys
London. J.B. Thompson. 1845. 155 p.
A letter to Lord Ellenborough, containing observations on the trial to Messrs. Wright and Mrs. Clarke for conspiracy: a full vindication of Colonel Wardle, Major Dodd, and Mr. Glennie, questions and answers for the satisfaction of the royal family, official and authentic documents and interesting anecdotes, remarks on the shameful and intolerable system of insolence and brow-beating of some practitioners of law, and observations on the present state of public corruption
Baldwin, Walter J ; Ellenborough, Edward Law
London. Printed for the author. 1810. viii, 166 p.
A letter to Lord Henley, respecting his publication on church reform
Perceval, A. P
London. Rivington. 1832. 31 p.
A letter to Lord Holland on foreign politics
Russell, John Russell
London. Printed for James Ridgway. 1819. 45 p.
A letter to Lord John Russel on the necessity of Parliamentary reform, as recommended by Mr. Fox, and on the expediency of repealing the Corporation and Test Acts
London. Printed for R. Hunter, and Rodwell and Martin. 1819. 76 p.
A Letter to Lord North on his re-election into the House of Commons
London. Printed for G. Wilkif ... and R. Faulder. 1780. 47 p.
A letter to Lord Viscount Beauchamp: upon the subject of his Letter to the first Belfast company of volunteers, in the province of Ulster
Bellomont, Charles Coote
London. Printed for J. Debrett. 1783. 1 p. 1., 48 p.
A Letter to Lord Viscount Howe, First Lord of the Admiralty, on the subject of a late determination at the Cock-Pit in a prize cause
London. Printed at the Logographic Press by J. Walter. 1787. , 132 p.,  folded leaf of plates.
A letter to Louis Kossuth
Garrison, William Lloyd
New York. Arno Press. 1969. 112 p.
A letter to Lucian, and other poems
London. J. Murray. . 102 p.
A letter to Lucian, and other poems
Philadelphia. Lippincott. 1957. 102 p.
A letter to Lynda and other poems
Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Saros International Publishers. 1988. viii, 35 p.
A letter to Madan Blanchard
Forster, E. M
London. Leonard & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press. 1931. 27 p.
A letter to Madan Blanchard
Forster, E. M
New York. Harcourt, Brace and Company. [c1932]. 23,  p.
A letter to Maj. Gen. Alexander Hamilton: containing observations on his letter concerning the public conduct and character of John Adams, Esq., president of the United States
Salem. Printed by Joshua Cushing. 1800. 28,  p. (p. [2-4] at end blank).
A Letter to Major Doyle on the present state of the Catholic question
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne. 1793. 33 p.
A letter to Major General Alexander Hamilton: containing observations on his letter, concerning the public conduct and character of John Adams, Esq., president of the United States
New-York. Printed by G.F. Hopkins. 1800. 32 p.
A Letter to Major-General Sir Archibald Galloway of the East India Company, on the navigation of the Indus River
London. Lewis and Son. 1849. 39 p.
A letter to Mariama Ba
Kabira, Wanjiku Mukabi
Nairobi. University of Nairobi Press. 2005. x, 34 p.
A letter to ministers suggesting improvements in the trade of the West Indies and the Canadas: in which are incidentally considered, the merits of the East and West India sugar question, reasons in favour of the independence of Spanish America, and a liberal and practical plan of forwarding slave-emancipation
Musson, John P
London. Printed for J.M. Richardson. 1825. , 109 p.
A letter to M. Jean-Baptiste Say on the comparative expense of free and slave labour
Liverpool. Hatchard. 1823. 58 p.
A letter to Monsr. van B*** de M*** at Amsterdam, written anno 1676 by Denzil, Lord Holles, concerning the government of England =: Missive van Mylord Holles ... geschreven anno 1676 van M*** aan Monsr. van B*** tot Amsterdam, wegens de constitutie van de regeeringe van Engeland
Holles, Denzil Holles
[London?. s.n. 1676?]. 8 p.
A letter to Mr. C[ib]b[e]r on his letter to Mr. P[ope]
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1742. , 26,  p. (last leaf blank).
A letter to Mr. Corbbett on his opinions respecting the slave trade
London. Printed for J. Hatchard. 1806. iv, 113 p.
A letter to Mr. Foote, occasioned by his letter to the reverend author of the Christian and critical remarks on The minor: containing a refutation of Mr. Foote's pamphlet and a full defence of the principles and practices of the Methodists
London. Printed for P. Wicks. 1760. , 28 p.
A letter to Mr. Harrison Gray Otis: on the present state of our national affairs; with remarks upon Mr. T. Pickering's Letter, to the governor of the commonwealth
Adams, John Quincy
Philadelphia. W. Duane. 1808. 24 p.
A letter to Mr. Harrison Gray Otis ... on the present state of our national affairs: with remarks upon Mr. T. Pickering's Letter, to the governor of the commonwealth
Adams, John Quincy
Baltimore. Printed at the office of the Baltimore patriot. 1824. 29 p.
A letter to Mr. John Dick, minister to the Burger Congregation at Sclateford, containing some observations on his sermon which he calls The conduct and doom of false teachers
Berwick. Printed for the author and sold by W. Phorson ... by G. Elliot, bookseller ... and by Alex. Barie, schoolmaster, Edinburgh. 1788. 30,  p.
A letter to Mr. Jonathan Dickinson, in defence of Aristocles to Authades, concerning the sovereignty & promises of God
Boston, N.E. Printed and sold by Rogers and Fowle. 1747. 28,  p.
A Letter to Mr. Paine, on his late publication
Dublin. Printed by B. Dornin. 1792. xii, 31 p.
A letter to Mr. Pope: occasioned by Sober advice from Horace, &c
London. Printed for T. Cooper. 1735. 19,  p.
A letter to Mr. Secretary Trenchard, discovering a conspiracy against the laws and ancient constitution of England: with reflections on the present pretended plot
[London. s.n. 1694]. 44 p.
A letter to Mrs. Roosevelt
De Young, C. Coco
New York. Delacorte Press. c1999. 105 p.
A letter to Mr. Thomas Carroll, of Peabody: concerning the first meeting-house in Salem, Mass
Streeter, Gilbert L
Salem, Mass. Newcomb & Gauss, printers. 1900. 13 p.
A letter to my aunt
New York, N.Y. Carlton Press. c1981. 543 p.
A letter to my daughter
Stewart, Ora Pate
Salt Lake City, Utah. Bookcraft. c1956. 160 p.
A letter to my father
Griffin, John W
[Philadelphia]. Xlibris. c2001. 515 p.
A letter to my father: growing up Filipina and American
Mossman, Helen Madamba
Norman. University of Oklahoma Press. c2008. p. cm.
A letter to my grandchildren
Drimmer, Harold L
[New York?]. Drimmer Press. c1989. 233 p.
A letter to my grandchildren: with pictures of some recent forebears
Smith, C. Aubrey
Austin, Tex. Printed by Von Boeckmann-Jones. . 47 p.
A letter to my love: love poems by women first published in the Barbados gazette, 1731-1737
Newark. University of Delaware Press. c2001. 155 p.
A letter to my sisters: an awakening of dreams
Collins, Java L
Philadelphia, PA. Cornerstone Pub. 2005. p. cm.
A letter to my son: survival notes for a young man in his twenties
Lagos. Talent Associates Ltd. c1995. 28 p.
A letter to my son
[London]. Home & Van Thal. 1944. 32 p.
A letter to my son
Stewart, Ora Pate
Salt Lake City, Utah. Bookcraft. c1951. 109 p.
A letter to my son
A soldier's mother
New York. E.P. Dutton and Co., Inc. 1942. viip.,1l.,11-32p.
A letter to my wife
Koffend, John B
New York. Saturday Review Press. . xxxv, 218 p.
A letter to Nassau William Senior, esq: in reply to the article "Free trade and retaliation" in the Edinburgh review, no. CLVII
London. Smith, Elder and co. 1843. 99 p.
A letter to Nathaniel Jefferys, late goldsmith and jeweller ... on the subject of his extraordinary pamphlet entitled, A review of the conduct of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales
London. J. Mawman. 1806. 36 p.
A letter to our children
Thomas, Edison H
Louisville, Ky. T&E Publishers. . vi, 148 p.
A letter to our son
St. Lucia, Qld. University of Queensland Press. 1994. 40 p.
A letter to peachtree and nine other stories
London. V. Gollancz. 1987. 187 p.
A letter to Peachtree & nine other stories
Boston. D.R. Godine. 1988. 209 p.
A letter to Philip Hofer on certain problems connected with the mechanical cutting of punches
Krimpen, Jan van ; Hofer, Philip ; Dreyfus, John
Cambridge, Mass. Dept. of Print. and Graphic Arts, Harvard College Library. 1972. 101 p.
A letter to Philo Africanus, upon slavery: in answer to his of the 22d of November, in the General Evening Post, together with the opinions of Sir John Strange, and other eminent lawyers upon this subject; with the sentence of Lord Mansfield, in the case of Somerset and Knowles, 1772, with His Lordship's explanation of that opinion in 1786
Candidus ; Philo Africanus ; Mansfield, William Murray
London, printed . Re-printed by Peter Edes. . 23,  p.
A letter to Professor Stuart, in answer to his letters to Rev. William E. Channing: and in vindication of a large and respectable body of the New England and other clergy, from the unfounded aspersions cast on them, in said letters
Boston. Printed by Sylvester T. Goss. 1819. 22 p.
A letter to Rev. Edward B Pusey: being a vindication of the tenets and character of Wesleyan Methodists, against his misrepresentations and censures
New York. Pub. by G. Lane & P. P. Sandford, for the Methodist Episcopal church. 1843. 208 p.
A letter to Richard Arnold, alias Francis Walsingham, Esq: in answer to his unparallel'd scurrility and falshood in the Free-Briton of Sept. 30, 1731
Chamberlen, Paul ; Arnall, William
London. Printed for G. Smith. 1731. 32 p.
A letter to Richard Lord Bishop of Landaff on the subject of His Lordship's letter to the late Archbishop of Canterbury
London. Printed for Charles Dilly ... and J. Walter. 1783. , 91,  p.
A letter to Robert Frost and others
New York. A. A. Knopf. 1937. 6 p. l., 3-69,  p.
A letter to Robert Hibbert, Jun. Esq: in reply to his pamphlet, entitled, Facts verified upon oath ... : to which are added a letter from Mrs. Cooper to R. Hibbert
Cooper, Thomas ; Hibbert, Robert
London. Sold by J. Hatchard & Son & L. Relfe. 1824. iv, 90 p.
A letter to Robert Hibbert, jun. esq., in reply to his pamphlet, entitled, "Facts verified upon oath, in contradiction of the report of the Rev. Thomas Cooper, concerning the general condition of the slaves in Jamaica," &c. &c: to which are added, a letter from Mrs. Cooper to R. Hibbert, jun. esq., and an appendix containing an exposure of the falsehoods and calumnies of that gentleman's affidavit-men
London. J. Hatchard and son. 1824. iv, 90 p.
A letter to Robert Lowe ... from John Bruce Norton: on the condition and requirements of the Presidency of Madras
Norton, John Bruce
Madras. Printed by Pharoah. 1854. x, 325 p.
A letter to Robert Macqueen Lord Braxfield, on his promotion to be one of the judges of the High Court of Justiciary
Boswell, James ; Braxfield, Robert Macqueen
Edinburgh. Sold by all the booksellers. 1780. 39 p.
A Letter to Robert Morris, Esq. : wherein the rise and progress of our political disputes are considered, together with some observations on the power of judges and juries, as relating to the cases of Woodfall and Almon
London. Printed for R. Baldwin. 1771. , 136 p.
A letter to Robert Toland and Isaac Elliott, esqr's: on the subject of the right and power of the city of Philadelphia to subscribe for stock in the Pennsylvania Railroad Company
Wharton, Thomas I
Philadelphia. Crissy & Markley. 1846. 30 p.
A letter to Rt. Rev. J. Johns, DD: withdrawing from the Protestant Episcopal Church
[Middleburg, Va.?. s.n. 1875?]. 16 p.
A letter to Samuel Holden, Esq: occasioned by his speech delivered from the chair at a general assembly of dissenters on the 29th of November 1732
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1732. 19,  p.
A letter to Samuel Johnson (1775) and A second letter to Johnson (1775)
New York. Garland Pub. 1975. 48, 24 p.
A letter to Scripturista: containing, some remarks on his answer to Paulinus's three questions, wherein, the nature of a test of orthodoxy is exactly stated, the church's right to know and judge of the religious principles of those, who are admitted to sealing ordinances, and reject the erronious, is asserted, and the practice of our churches in New-England, from their first settlement in this country, vindicated : and also, three questions more, relative to the new way of taking persons into the church, lately introduced at Wallingford, by Mr. Dana, stated, with a desire they may be answered by Scripturista, in his next letter to his friend Paulinus
New-Haven. Printed by Parker, and Company. 1760. 20 p.
A letter to Sir J[acob] B[ankes], by birth a Swede, but naturaliz'd, and a m[embe]r of the present P[arliamen]t
London. Printed for A. Baldwin. 1711. , 40 p.
A Letter to Sir J. P., bart., a member for the ensuing Parliament, relating to the union of England and Scotland
[London. s.n. 1705]. 8 p.
A letter to Sir Phil. Jen. Clerke, chairman of the committee of the House of Commons to whom the petition of Benjamin Lacam, sole proprietor of New Harbour in Bengal, was referred
London. Printed for the author. 1783. , 144 p.