A letter to Sir R---------d C-------x on occasion of a pamphlet ascribed to him, intituled, Ireland disgraced, &c
Cox, Richard
London. Printed and sold by booksellers. 1758. 24 p.

A letter to Sir Robert Peel, Bart., on the subject of British colonial slavery: [microform]
Campbell, John
Edinburgh. Printed by J. Colston and sold by W. Oliphant, Waugh and Innes. 1830. 64 p.

A letter to Sir William Augustus Brown, Bart., on a late affair of honour with Colonel Lenox, and the correspondence with the Hon. Colonel Phipps
Swift, Theophilus
London. Printed for James Ridgway. 1789. [4], 32 p.

A letter to Sir William Windham ; II. Some reflections on the present state of the nation ; III. A letter to Mr. Pope
Bolingbroke, Henry St. John
London. Printed for A. Millar. 1753. 531, [1] p., 1 leaf of plates.

A letter to teachers: reflections on schooling and the art of teaching
Perrone, Vito
San Francisco. Jossey-Bass. 1991. xv, 148 p.

A letter to the abolitionists
Channing, William Ellery
Boston. Printed by I. Knapp. 1837. 32 p.

A letter to the agriculturists of the Eastern Province, in particular, and to the Cape colonists, in general
Hadley, Benjamin
Graham's Town [South Africa]. R. Godlonton. 1841. 15 p.

A letter to the American peace society from a member of the Committee of peace in Paris
Gibbes, George M
Paris. E. Briere. 1842. 31 p.

A letter to the American people
Hunt, Lawrence
New York. Putnam. [c1941]. 131 p.

A letter to the author of a sermon entituled A sermon preached at the funeral of her Late Majesty Queen Mary, of ever blessed memory
Ken, Thomas
[London. s.n. 1695]. 8 p.

A letter to the author of The case of patronage, stated according to the laws, civil and ecclesiastical, of the realm of Scotland: wherein the many misrepresentations, mean invectives ... of that author are briefly specified
Another member of the Church of Scotland
Glasgow. Printed by William Smith, for James Duncan ..., sold also by W. Gray ... Edinburgh. 1783. 35 p.

A letter to the author of the Considerations upon the state of public affairs at the commencement of the year MDCCXCVIII
Calonne, Charles Alexandre de
London. Printed for J. Hatchard. 1798. [2], 36 p.

A letter to the author of the Memorial of the State of England
Stephens, William
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1705. [4], 32 p.

A letter to the author of the pamphlet: called An answeer [!] to the Hampshire narrative
Edwards, Jonathan
Boston. Printed in the year 1737. 1 p.l., 84 p.

A letter to the author of The Question stated
Blackstone, William
London. Printed for Charles Bathurst. 1769. 24 p.

A letter to the Belfast First Company of Volunteers, in the province of Ulster
Hertford, Francis Seymour Conway
Belfast. Printed by Henry and Robert Joy and Co. 1782. 30, [2] p. (final leaf blank).

A letter to the Bishop of London on his public conduct: pointing out among other particulars His Lordship's inattention to public ordinations and hireling preachers, in which is delineated the character of a late examining chaplain
Curate ; Terrick, Richard
London. Printed and sold by J. Wheble. 1772. [8], 27, [1] p.

A letter to the Bishop of North Carolina on the subject of his late pastoral on the Salisbury convention
Mason, Richard Sharp
New-York. Stanford and Swords. 1850. 71 p.

A letter to the Board of visitors of the Greenwich royal observatory in reply to the calumnies of Mr. Babbage at their meeting in June 1853: and in his book entitled The exposition of 1851
Sheepshanks, R
London. Printed by G. Barclay. 1854. iv, [5]-92 p.

A letter to the Boston Association of Congregational Ministers, touching certain matters of their theology
Parker, Theodore
Boston. Charles C. Little and James Brown. 1845. 20 p.

A letter to the candid: occasioned by the publications of Rev. Bernard Whitman
Pearson, Eliphalet
Boston. Published by Peirce and Parker. 1831. 36 p.

A letter to the celebrated patriot of New-York
Laelius ; McDougall, Alexander
[New York. s.n. 1770]. 4 p.

A letter to the citizens of Pennsylvania, on the necessity of promoting agriculture, manufactures, and the useful arts
Logan, George
Lancaster. Printed by W. & R. Dickson. March 14, 1800. 28 p.

[A letter to the City gazette & daily advertiser of Charleston, S.C.]
Carolinian
[Charleston, S.C. Published by E.S. Thomas. 1810]. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

A letter to the clergy of the Church of Scotland
Blake, Mark
London. Printed for Daniel Isaac Eaton. 1794. 36 p.

A letter to the clergy of the Church of Scotland, respecting their late political conduct
Johnston, Robert
Glasgow. Printed for the author. 1796. 43 p.

A letter to the clergy of the diocese of London
Porteus, Beilby
London. Printed for J.F. and C. Rivington. 1788. 22 p.

A letter to the clergy of various denominations: and to the slave-holding planters, in the southern parts of the United States of America
Clarkson, Thomas
London. Printed by Johnston and Barrett. 1841. 64 p.

A letter to the clergy of Virginia: in which the conduct of the General-assembly is vindicated, against the reflexions contained in a letter to the Lords of trade and plantations, from the Lord-bishop of London
Bland, Richard ; Hunter, William ; Brinley, George
Williamsburg [Va.]. Printed by William Hunter. 1760. vi, 3-20 p.

A letter to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, upon the claims of the Indians remaining in the states East
Thomas, William Holland
Washington, D.C. Buell & Blanchard. 1853. 46 p.

A letter to the Common Council of the city of London: with remarks on Lord Chief Justice Pratt's letter to the city of Exeter
London. Printed for W. Nicoll. 1764. [2], 38 p.

A letter to the consulting physicians of Boston
Read, William
Boston. Printed by A. Mudge & son. 1866. 29 p.

A letter to the Craftsmen upon the change of affairs in Europe by the war that is begun against the Emperour
Hervey, John Hervey
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1734. 64 p.

A letter to the Dean of Bristol, occasioned by his new edition of the second volume of his divine legation of Moses
Stebbing, Henry
London. Printed for L. Davis and C. Reymers ... and sold by J. Townsend. 1759. 32 p.

A letter to the deists
Prideaux, Humphrey ; Leslie, Charles
London. Routledge/Thoemmes Press. 1995. xvi, 154, 41, p.

A letter to the deists: shewing, that the gospel of Jesus Christ is no imposture; but the sacred truth of God
Prideaux, Humphrey
London. Printed by J. H. for W. Rogers. 1697. 152 p.

A letter to the dissenters
Defoe, Daniel
London. Printed for John Morphew. 1713. 40 p.

A letter to the Duke of Grafton, with notes: to which is annexed a complete exculpation of M. de La Fayette, from the charges indecently urged against him by Mr. Burke, in the House of Commons, on the 17th March, 1794
Miles, William Augustus ; Grafton, Augustus Henry Fitzroy ; Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier
Dublin. Printed for P. Wogan ..., P. Byrne, and W. Jones. 1794. 95 p.

A Letter to the Earl of Chatham, concerning his speech and motion in the House of Lords: with some observations on the speeches of Lord Gower, The Duke of Grafton, Lord Lyttelton, Lord Camden, Lord Weymouth, The Arch-Bishop of York, Lord Shelburne, and Lord Mansfield : to which are subjoined reflections on his Majesty's ... speech from the throne, and an index to peace with America
Franklin, Benjamin ; Dufief, N. G
London. Printed for T. Evans, in Pater-noster Row. 1777. [2], 54 p.

A letter to the Earl of Chatham, on the Quebec bill
Meredith, William ; Lyttelton, Thomas Lyttelton ; Force, Peter
London. Printed for J. Cadell, in the Strand. 1774. [2], 36 p.

A letter to the Earl of Ellesmere: on the management of the library of printed books in the British Museum
Gray, John Edward ; Ellesmere, Francis Egerton
London. [s.n.]. 1849. 20 p.

A letter to the Earl of Lauderdale, containing strictures on His Lordship's letters, to the peers of Scotland: with a preface, and an original letter from the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, to the author, explaining the much-perverted expression of "The swinish multitude"
Gifford, John
London. Printed for T.N. Longman and O. Rees. 1800. [2], xxiii, [1], 146 p.

A letter to the earl of Liverpool from the earl of Selkirk
Selkirk, Thomas Douglas
[London]. 1819. 224 p.

A letter to the Earl of Moira: in which is contained a review of the libelious pamphlets lately published with intent to defame the character of the Prince of Wales
Barrister at law
London. Printed by D.N. Shury for J.F. Hughes. 1806. 77 p.

A letter to the Earl of Shelburne: now Marquis of Lansdowne, on his speech, July 10, 1782, respecting the acknowlegement of American independence
Paine, Thomas
London. Printed for J. Ridgway. 1791. 58 p.

A letter to the Earl of Shelburne, on the subject of Mr. Secretary Townshend's letter to the chairman and deputy-chairman of the East-India Company
Bellomont, Charles Coote
London. Printed for John Debrett. 1783. [2], 26 p.

A letter to the editor
Rubinstein, Stanley J
London. A. Wingate. [1952]. 102 p.

A letter to the editor of The British critic: occasioned by the censure pronounced in that work on "Johnson, Pope, Bowdler, Warburton, Theobald, Steevens, Reed, Malone, et hoc genus omne, all the herd of these and Meibomiuses of the British School" (vide British critic, April 1822, p. 372)
Bowdler, Thomas
London. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 1823. 40 p.

A Letter to the editor of the Courier and enquirer: in reply to an article in that paper of this morning (Jan. 21) on the college question
[New York. s.n. 1830]. 4 p. ; 21 cm.

A letter to the editor of the Edinburgh weekly journal, from Malachi Malagrowther, Esq: on the proposed change of currency, and other late alterations, as they affect, or are intended to affect, the Kingdom of Scotland
Scott, Walter
Edinburgh. Printed by J. Ballantyne for W. Blackwood, Edinburgh, and T. Cadell, Strand, London. 1826. 60 p.

A letter to the editor of the letters on the spirit of patriotism, &c
Warburton, William ; Bolingbroke, Henry St. John
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California, Los Angeles. 1978. xi, 27 p., p. 9-27.

A letter to the editor of the Miscellanies of Thomas Chatterton
Walpole, Horace ; Broughton, John
Strawberry-Hill [Eng]. Printed by T. Kirgate. 1779. 2 p.l., 55 p.

A letter to the editor of the New York Nation relative to certain slanders of the New York Evening post
Hall, Fitzedward
London. Printed for the Author. 1881. 27 p.

A letter to the editor of the Poetry review
Brooke, Rupert
Peekskill. Watch Hill Press. 1929. [12] p.

A letter to the editor of the Times
Moore, George
London. Times Pub. Co. 1925. [2], 7, [1] p.

A letter to the editor of the Times
Tooke, John Horne
London. Printed for J. Johnson by Wood and Innes. 1807. [2], 22 p.

A letter to the editor of the Unitarian miscellany: in reply to an attack, by an anonymous writer in that work, on a late ordination sermon delivered in Baltimore
Miller, Samuel
Baltimore. E.J. Coale. 1821. 34 p.

A letter to the electors of Bridgenorth, upon the corn laws
Whitmore, W. W
Edinburgh. W. Blackwood. 1826. 84 p.

A letter to the electors of Westminster on the case of Lord Cochrane, as distinguished from that of his associates
Native of Westminster
London. Printed by Charles Squire for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones. 1814. 30 p.

A letter to the emperor: poem
Palecek, Brian
Bismarck, N.D. [s.n.]. c1983. [31] p.

A letter to the English people on the invasion of England
Paine, Thomas
London. Printed by W. T. Sherwin. 1817. 11 p.

A letter to the executive committee of the Benevolent Fraternity of Churches, respecting their organization for the support of the ministry at large in Boston
Tuckerman, Joseph
[Boston. s.n. 1834]. 23 p.

A letter to the First Belfast Company of Volunteers, in the province of Ulster
Hertford, Francis Ingram Seymour
London. Printed for John Debrett. 1783. [2], 53, [3] p.

A letter to the Friars Minor, and other writings
William ; McGrade, Arthur Stephen ; Kilcullen, John ; William
Cambridge [England] . Cambridge University Press. 1995. xl, 390 p.

A letter to the friends of the slaves on the new order of council: and on the necessity of new measures on their behalf
Clarkson, Thomas
Ipswich. King and Garrod, Printers. [1830?]. 20 p.

A letter to the governors, instructors, and trustees of the universities and other seminaries of learning in the United States on the errors of English grammars
Webster, Noah
New-York. Printed by George F. Hopkins for the author. 1798. 36 p.

A letter to the governors, legislatures, and proprietors of plantations in the British West India islands
Porteus, Beilby
London. Printed by L. Hansard & Sons for T. Cadell and W. Davies. 1808. 48 p.

A letter to the high sheriff of the county of Lincoln: respecting the bills of Lord Grenville and Mr. Pitt for altering the criminal law of England, respecting treason and sedition : including a copy of the author's petition to the Honourable House of Commons, presented by Mr. Fox on Wednesday the 25th of November, 1795
Cartwright, John
London. Printed by J. Johnson. 1795. [4], 34, [2], 14, [2] p. (the last leaf blank).

A letter to the high sheriff of the County of Lincoln, respecting the bills of Lord Grenville and Mr. Pitt, for altering the criminal law of England, respecting treason and sedition. Including a copy of the author's petition to the Honorable House of Commons, presented by Mr. Fox, on Wednesday the 25th of November, 1795
Cartwright, John
London. Printed for D.I. Eaton. 1795. 19 p.

A letter to the Hon. Abbot Lawrence and the Hon. Robert G. Shaw on the present condition and future growth of Boston [microform]
Clapp, Otis
Boston. J. Wilson. 1853. 16 p. ; 14 cm.

A letter to the Hon. Abbott Lawrence and the Hon. Robert G. Shaw on the present condition and future growth of Boston
Clapp, Otis ; Lawrence, Abbott ; Shaw, Robert G
Boston. Printed by John Wilson & Son. 1853. 16 p.

A letter to the Honble. Sir Charles U. Aitchison, K.C.S.I., Lieutenat-Governor of the Punjaub
Bell, Evans ; Aitchison, C. U
London. Chatto and Windus. 1886. ix, 62 p.

A letter to the Hon. Harrison Gray Otis ... on the present state of our national affairs: with remarks upon Mr. Pickering's letter to the governor of the commonwealth
Adams, John Quincy
Newburyport. Published by W. and J. Gilman, Printers and Stationers, Middle-street. 1808. 33 p.

A letter to the Hon. Henry Clay: on the annexation of Texas to the United States
Channing, William Ellery
Glasgow. J. Hedderwick & Son. 1837. 52 p.

A letter to the Hon. Henry Clay of Kentucky: containing a brief reply to some statements of Joseph John Gurney in relation to Jamaica
Burrell, George Pratt
New York. Narine & Co.'s Print. 1840. 23 p.

A letter to the Hon. Isaac Parker, chief justice of the Supreme Court of the state of Massachusetts: containing remarks on the dislocation of the hip joint, occasioned by the publication of a trial which took place at Machias, in the state of Maine, June, 1824
Warren, John Collins ; Parker, Isaac
Cambridge. Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf. 1826. viii, 142, [3] p., v leaves of plates.

A letter to the Hon. Isaac Parker, chief justice of the Supreme Court of the state of Massachusetts: containing remarks on the dislocation of the hip joint, occasioned by the publication of a trial which took place at Machias, in the state of Maine, June, 1824
Warren, John Collins ; Parker, Isaac
[Philadelphia?. s.n. after 1824]. [2], 211-292 p.

A letter to the Hon. James Buchanan: president of the United States
Barstow, Benjamin
Concord, N.H. Printed at the office of the Democratic standard. 1857. 16 p.

A letter to the Hon. John Sherman, in relation to his bill of reductions in the pay of army officers
Tefft, B. F ; Sherman, John
[United States. s.n. 1862]. 4 p.

A letter to the Honorable Harrison Gray Otis ... on the present of our national affairs; with remarks upon Mr. Pickering's Letter to the governor of the commonwealth
Adams, John Quincy
Northampton [Mass.]. Printed by Graves & Clap. April 1808. 23 p.

A letter to the Honorable the Court of Directors of the East-India Company
Sulivan, Richard Joseph
[London. s.n. 1784]. [4], 110, [2] p. (last leaf blank).

A letter to the Honourable John C. Calhoun, Vice President of the United States, Robert Y. Hayne, Senator of the United States, George M'Duffie of the House of Representatives of the United States, and James Hamilton, Jr., Governor of the state of South Carolina
Grimké, Thomas Smith
[Philadelphia. s.n.]. 1832. 17 p.

A letter to the Hon. Rufus Choate, containing a brief exposure of law craft and some of the encroachments of the bar upon the rights and liberties of the people
Robinson, Frederick ; Choate, Rufus
[Marblehead, Mass.]. Printed for the purchaser. 1832. 19 p.

A letter to the Hon. Samuel A. Eliot: representative in Congress from the city of Boston, in reply to his apology for voting for the fugitive slave bill
Dexter, Franklin ; Jay, William
Boston. W. Crosby & H. P. Nichols. 1851. 57 p.

A letter to the Hon. Thomas Erskine: containing some strictures on his View of the causes and consequences of the present war with France
Gifford, John
Philadelphia. Published by William Cobbett, opposite Christ Church. November, 1797. [4], 128 p.

A letter to the Hon. Thomas Erskine, on the prosecution of Thomas Williams, for publishing The age of reason
Paine, Thomas
Paris. Printed for the author. [1797?]. iv, 31 p.

A letter to the House of Peers, on the present bill depending in Parliament, relative to the Price of Wales's debts
Hanoverian
London. Printed for Lee ..., Jordan ..., and Parsons. 1795. 23, [1] p.

A letter to the infamous Tom Paine: in answer to his letter to General Washington
Cobbett, William
[Philadelphia. William Cobbett, opposite Christ church. 1796]. 18 p.

A Letter to the Irish Parliament, on the intended bill for legalizing military law
Dublin. Printed and sold by the book-sellers. 1799. 15 p.

A letter to the jurors of Great-Britain: occasioned by an opinion of the Court of King's Bench, read by Lord Chief Justice Mansfield, in the case of the King and Woodfall, and said to have been left by His Lordship with the clerk of Parliament
Rous, George ; Woodfall, H. S ; Mansfield, William Murray
London. Printed for John Stockdale. 1785. xvi, [17]-93, [1] p.

A letter to the king
Vá, Leong
[New York]. HarperCollins. 1991. 31 p.

A letter to the late recorder of N[ewcastle]
London. Printed for W. Webb ... and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster. [1754]. 35 p.

A letter to the living: and other poems
Hamblett, Charles
London. Putnam. [1960]. 31 p.

A letter to the London Society for promoting the gospel among the Jews
Ward, Henry Dana
Philadelphia. [s.n.]. 1877. 31 p.

A letter to the Lord Advocate of Scotland
Arnot, Hugo
[Edinburgh?. s.n.]. 1777. 16 p.

A letter to the Lord Bishop of Carlisle, concerning one of his predecessors Bishop Merks, on occasion of a new volume for the Pretender, intituled, The hereditary right of the crown of England asserted
Kennett, White
London. Printed for Sam. Buckley. 1713. 24 p.

A letter to the Lord Chancellor, containing observations on the answers of the judges to the Lord Chancellor's letter on the first criminal law bill of the last session of Parliament
Greaves, Charles Sprengel ; Lonsdale, James John
Cambridge [England]. J. Deighton. 1854. 28 p.

A letter to the Lord Chief Justice Campbell: containing remarks upon the conduct of the prosecution and the judges, with strictures on the charge delivered to the jury, illustrative of its dangerous tendencies to the long-enjoyed rights and privileges of Englishmen
Palmer, Thomas ; Campbell, John Campbell
London. T. Taylor. 1856. 48, xxxiv p.

A letter to the Lord, from Eustace Budgell, esq: accomptant-general of Ireland, and late secretary to Their Excellencies the Lords justices in that kingdom
Budgell, Eustace
London. J. Roberts. 1718. 42 p.

A letter to the Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain on the expediency of the proposal to form a new civil code for England
Reddie, John
London. J. & W.T. Clarke. 1828. 100 p.

A letter to the Lord Marquis of Buckingham, Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, &c. &c. &c. chiefly on the subject of the numerous emigrant French priests and others of the Church of Rome, resident and maintained in England at the public expence, and on the spirit and principles of that church sacred and political
Mathias, Thomas James
London. Printed for J. Owen. 1796. 46 p.

[A letter to the Lords of trade, Octob. 20, 1740]
Thomas, George ; Franklin, Benjamin
[Philadelphia. Printed by B. Franklin. 1740]. 8 p.

A letter to the magistrates, burgesses, &c. of the royal burghs of Scotland
Donaldson, John
London. Printed for the author, and sold by T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies ... and J. Donaldson, Edinburgh. 1795. 16 p.

A letter to the majority of the trustees of the Dudley Observatory
Observer
[Albany?. 1858?]. 14 p.

A letter to the majority of the trustees of the Dudley Observatory: with reference to their late "Statement."
Thacher, George Hornell
[Albany. s.n., 1858]. 12 p.

A letter to the man who killed my dog
Joseph, Richard
New York. F. Fell. [c1956]. 197 p.

A letter to the Marquess of Lansdowne
Jacob, John ; Landsowne, Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice
[Devonport. W. Byers. 1839?]. 18 p.

A letter to the master and members of the Merchant Company of Edinburgh, containing an exposition of the defects of the present system of bankrupt law in Scotland, and remarks on Professor Bell's new bankrupt bill: with an appendix, containing the heads of another bill on the subject, with relative tables of costs
Alexander, William
Edinburgh. A. and C. Black. 1833. 35 p.

A letter to the mayor of London
Bayly, William
[S.l. s.n. 1670]. [4] p.

A letter to the members of the Episcopal Church, in the United States
Monitor
[n.p. 1824.]. [3],4-16p.

A letter to the merchant in London, to whom is directed a printed letter relating to the manufactory undertaking, dated New England, Boston, February 21st, 1740,1
Your unknown humble servant
[Boston?. s.n.]. 1741. 28 p.

A letter to the moderator of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland: containing a refutation of certain statements made in the last general assembly of the same church, by the Rev. Frederick Monod, and a few strictures on the Rev. Dr. Cummingham's second edition of Stillingfleet's "Doctrines and practices of the Church of Rome," with an appendix
Gillis
Edinburgh. J. Marshall. 1846. 104, lv p.

A letter to the most noble John Manners, Marquis of Granby, commander in chief of the British forces under Prince Ferdinand of Brunswick, from a member of Parliament
J. T--e ; Granby, John Manners
London. Printed for J. Pridden. 1759. [4], 38, [2] p. (the last leaf blank).

A letter to the most noble Thomas, Duke of Newcastle, on certain points of the last importance to these nations: being an enquiry I. Into the genuine sources of disaffection in both parts of Great-Britain ... II. Into the most rational measures of effectually extinguishing the remains of the present detestable rebellion
London. Printed for H. Whitridge. 1746. [2], 38 p.

A letter to the Most Rev. Dr. Murray, Roman Catholic archbishop of Dublin, and to the Right Rev. Dr. Doyle ... on the subject to their pastoral addresses, and the alleged miracles
Clergyman of the established church
Dublin. Ann Watson. 1823. 23 p.

A letter to the National Convention of France: on the defects in the constitution of 1791, and the extent of the amendments which ought to be applied
Barlow, Joel
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne. 1792. 48 p.

A letter to the National Convention of France, on the defects in the constitution of 1791, and the extent of the amendments which ought to be applied: to which is added, The conspiracy of kings, a poem
Barlow, Joel ; Barlow, Joel
New-York. Printed by Thomas Greenleaf for J. Fellows. [1793]. 87, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates.

A Letter to the Negroes lately converted to Christ in America. And particularly to those, lately called out of darkness, into God's marvellous light, at Mr. Jonathan Bryan's in South Carolina. Or A welcome to the believing Negroes, into the household of God
London. Printed by J. Hart ... and sold by J. Lewis ... and E. Gardner. 1743. 32 p.

A letter to the Oxford Tories
Englishman
London. Printed for M. Cooper. 1750. 26 p.

A letter to the people of England: recommending a simple, cheap, and effectual method of defending themselves and their country at this alarming juncture
Hale, John
London. Printed for R. Faulder. 1781. 36, [2] p.

A letter to the people of England, on the necessity of putting an immediate end to the war
London. R. Griffiths. 1760. 1 p.l., 54 p.

A letter to the people of Scotland, on the present state of the nation
Boswell, James
Edinburgh. Printed and sold by all the booksellers. 1783. 43, [1] p.

A letter to the people of the United States
Parker, Theodore
Freeport, N.Y. Books for Libraries Press. 1971. 120 p.

A letter to the people of the United States of America, from General Washington: on his resignation of the office of president of the United States
Washington, George
London. Printed for J. Debrett. 1796. 32 p.

A letter to the people of the United States on the present condition of public affairs
Than, John A
Washington. Republican Book and Job Office Print. 1872. 12 p.

A letter to the people of the United States touching the matter of slavery
Parker, Theodore
Boston. J. Munroe and company. 1848. 120 p.

A letter to the people of the United States touching the matter of slavery
Parker, Theodore
St. Clair Shores, Mich. Scholarly Press. 1972. 120 p.

A letter to the Pope from a sixteen year old Australian school girl
Cook, Kerry ; Cook, Kenneth
Sydney. Patrician Publications in association with Alpha Books. 1969]. 1 v. (unpaged).