A letter to the preacher of liberal sentiments: containing among other important matters, A liberal man's confession of faith
[Philadelphia. s.n.]. 1792. 23 p.
A letter to the president of Harvard College
Eliot, Samuel Atkins
Boston. C.C. Little and J. Brown. 1849. 53 p.
A letter to the President of the United States, touching the prosecutions: under his patronage, before the Circuit Court in the District of Connecticut: containing a faithful narrative of the extraordinary measures pursued, and of the incidents both serious and laughable, that occurred, during the pendency of these abortive prosecutions
Hampden ; Jefferson, Thomas
New-Haven, [Conn.]. Printed by O. Steele and Co. 1808. 28 p.
A letter to the President of the U. States of America: proposing a method whereby the merits of the conflicting claims of the United States and Great Britain on the disputed frontier may be correctly examined and determined, by scientific principles, combined with indisputable data, grounded in equity : together with an examination of the treaty of 1783 : from which is derived a demonstration of the falsehood of the British claim
Cambridge [Mass.]. Metcalf, Torry and Ballou. 1839. 22 p.,  plate.
A letter to the Prince of Wales, in consequence of a second application to Parliament, for the payment of debts wantonly contracted since May 1787
Miles, William Augustus ; George
London. Printed for J. Owen. . 42 p.
A letter to the Prince of Wales on a second application to Parliament to discharge debts wantonly contracted since May 1787: to which is added several other letters relative to the subject
Miles, William Augustus
[Boston]. From the Apollo Press for William P. Blake. 1795. xv, -59,  p.
A letter to the Prince of Wales, on a second application to Parliament, to discharge debts wantonly contracted since May, 1787
Miles, William Augustus
London. Printed for J. Owen. . , xxiii, , 42 p.
A letter to the proprietors and directors of East India stock: together with an epistle dedicatory to Robert Gregory, Esq., chairman of the court of directors for the management of the affairs of the East India Company
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1782, reprinted 1783. , iii, , 25,  p.
A letter to the proprietors of the East India stock
Clive, Robert Clive
London. Printed for J. Nourse. 1764. , 91,  p.
A letter to the proprietors of Trinity Church: in reply to a letter of their committee
[S.l. s.n. 1846]. 7 p.
A letter to the public: upon political parties, caucuses and conventions, and the next presidential election
Van Ness, Cornelius P
Washington, D.C. Printed at the National Whig Office. . 7 p.
A letter to the public on an important subject
Dublin. Printed for J. Sheppard. 1767. 24 p.
A letter to the Queen on a late court martial
Edinburgh. William Blackwood & Sons. 1850. xiii, 262 p.
A letter to the reform corporations on the necessity of electing medical coroners
London. Published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman. 1836. 18 p.
A letter to the Rev. Dr. Adams of Shewsbury occasioned by the publication of his sermon, entitled, A test of true and false doctrines
London. Printed for E. and C. Dilly. 1770. 56 p.
A letter to the Rev. Dr. Adams of Shrewsbury, occasioned by the publication of his sermon preached against the Rev. Mr. Romaine, entitled A test of true and false doctrines: to which is now added, a dedication to the parishioners of St. Chad's and Cund : with an appendix
London. Printed for E. and C. Dilly ... M. Folingsby. 1770. iv, -67,  p.
A letter to the Rev. Dr. Richard Price: on his Observations on the nature of civil liberty, the principles of government, and the justice and policy of the war with America
London. Printed for T. Evans [etc. 1776]. vii, 22 p.
A letter to the Reverend Alexander Cumming: attempting to shew him that it is not blasphemy to say "No man can love God while he looks on Him as a God who will damn him", in which are interspersed remarks upon Mr. Bellamy's late performance
Boston. Printed and sold by D. and J. Kneeland. 1762. 31,  p.
A letter to the Reverend Andrew Croswell: occasioned by his Brief remarks on the satyrical drollery, last commencement day; with especial reference to the character of Stephen, the preacher, which occasioned such extravagant mirth
Simon, the tanner ; Prentice, Thomas
Boston. Printed by E. Russell. 1771. 42,  p.
A letter to the Reverend Dr. Chauncy: on account of some passages relating to the Revd. Mr. Whitefield, in his book intitled, Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New-England
Boston, N.E. Printed and sold by S. Kneeland and T. Green. 1745. , 14 p.
A letter to the Reverend Dr. Durell, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford: occasioned by a late expulsion of six students, from Edmund-Hall
Falkirk. Printed by T. Johnston. 1799. 36 p.
A letter to the Reverend Josiah Tucker, D.D., dean of Glocester: in answer to his Humble address and earnest appeal, &c. with a postscript, in which the present war against America is shewn to be the effect, not of the causes assigned by him and others, but of a fixed plan of administration, founded in system, the landed opposed to the commercial interest of the state, being as the means in order to the end
London. Printed for J. Almon. 1776. 125,  p.
A letter to the Reverend Mr. Benjamin Lord: of Norwich; occasioned by some harsh things which he has lately published against those who have dissented from his sentiments about the ministry, the church, and baptism
Providence, in New-England. Printed and sold by William Goddard. MDCCLXIV. 40 p.
A Letter to the Reverend Mr. Foxcroft: being an examination of his Apology for the Rev. Mr. Whitefield. Shewing, how far his Apology is from being a fair solution of the difficulties objected to Mr. Whitefield's moral character, the absurdity of his reasoning, and the consequences fatal to society which flow from his arguments, fram'd to evade oaths and subscriptions
Cleveland, Aaron ; C----d, A
Boston, N. E. Printed and sold by T. Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill. 1745. 18 p.
A letter to the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield: publickly calling upon him to vindicate his conduct or confess his faults
[Boston. Printed and sold by Thomas Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill. 1744]. 8 p.
A letter to the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, an itinerant preacher within the dominions of His Most Excellent Majesty George II, King of Great-Britain, France, and Ireland, &c
Boston. Printed for D. Gookin. 1745. 16 p.
A letter to the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield by way of reply to his answer to the college testimony against him and his conduct: by Edward Wigglesworth ... ; to which is added, the reverend president's answer to the things charg'd upon him by the said Mr. Whitefield as inconsistences [sic]
Wigglesworth, Edward ; Holyoke, Edward
Boston, N.E. Printed and sold by T. Fleet. 1745. 61, , 5 p.
A letter to the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield vindicating certain passages he has excepted against in a late book entitled Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New-England: and shewing that he has neither sufficiently defended himself nor retracted his past misconduct
Boston. Printed by Rogers and Fowle for S. Eliot. 1745. 39,  p.
A letter to the Reverend Mr. Joshua Gee, in answer to his of June 3, 1743 address'd to the Reverend Mr. Nathanael Eells, moderator of the late convention of pastors in Boston
Boston. Printed by Green, Bushell, and Allen for Samuel Eliot. 1743. 27,  p.
A letter to the Reverend Mr. Nathanael Eells, moderator of the late convention of pastors in Boston: containing some remarks on their printed testimony against several errors and disorders in the land
Boston. Printed by J. Draper for N. Procter. 1743. 17,  p. (the last leaf blank).
A letter to the Reverend Mr. Noah Hobart
[Boston. Printed by Green & Russell. 1761]. 24 p.
A letter to the Reverend Mr. Thomas Carte, author of The full answer to the Letter from a bystander
London. Printed for Jacob Robinson. 1743. , 114 p.
A letter to the Reverend Mr. Thomas Foxcroft
Boston. Printed [by Samuel Kneeland]. in the year 1745. , 13,  p.
A letter to the Reverend Mr. William Hobby: occasioned by sundry passages in his printed letter, in vindication of Mr. Whitefield's itinerancy and conduct
Henchman, Nathanael ; Hobby, William
Boston, N.E. Printed and sold by T. Fleet. 1745. 12 p.
A letter to the Reverend William Lisle Bowles ... in reply to his "Final appeal o the literary public, relative to Pope"
London. Printed for T. Cadell. 1825. 64 p.
A letter to the Rev. George Field on the subjects of lay lecturing and re-baptism
[New York]. Published by the author. 1880. 24 p.
A letter to the Rev. George Strebeck: containing a candid review of three sermons on wrath to come preached and published by that gentleman, wherein his doctrine of the eternity of hell torments is scripturally refuted and the doctrine of universal restoration proved from scripture authority
Chester, Nicholas ; Strebeck, George
New York. Printed for the author by G. & R. Waite. 1803. 65 p.
A letter to the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher: and an address to the legislature of the state of Missouri
McDowell, Joseph Nashe ; Beecher, Henry Ward
Saint Louis, Mo. Office of the Morning Herald. 1860. 12 p.
A letter to the Rev. Henry W. Foote, Minister of King's Chapel, in vindication of the poorer class of the Boston working-women
Greene, William Batchelder
Princeton, Mass. Co-operative Pub. Co. 1873. 24 p.
A letter to the Rev. Lyman Beecher: containing strictures and animadversions on a pamphlet entitled An address of the Charitable Society for the Education of Indigent Pious Young Men for the Ministry of the Gospel
Garrettson, Freeborn ; Beecher, Lyman
New York. J.C. Totten. 1816. 28 p.
A letter to the Rev. Mr. Jacob Green: of New-Jersey, pointing out some difficulties in the Calvinistic scheme of divinity, respecting free will, divine decrees, particular redemption, & c., and requesting a solution of them
Knox, Hugh ; Green, Jacob
New York. Printed by T. and J. Swords, no. 160 Pearl-street. 1809. 2 p. 1., 54 p.
A letter to the Rev. Richard Price, D.D., LL. D., F.R.S., &c: upon his "Discourse on the love of our country" delivered November 4, 1789, to the Society for Commemorating the Revolution in Great Britain
Coxe, William ; Price, Richard
London. Printed for T. Cadell. 1790. , 46,  p.
A letter to the Rev. Samuel C. Thacher, on the aspersions contained in a late number of the Panpolist, on the ministers of Boston and the vicinity
Channing, William Ellery ; Thacher, Samuel Cooper
Boston. Wells and Lilly. 1815. 35 p.
A letter to the Rev. Samuel Hopkins, occasioned by his Animadversions on Mr. Hart's late dialogue: in which some of his misrepresentations of facts, and of other things, are corrected
New-London. Printed and sold by T. Green. 1770. 16 p.
A letter to the Rev. T.R. Malthus: being an answer to the criticism, on Mr. Godwin's work on population, which was inserted in the LXXth number of the Edinburgh review: to which is added An examination of the censuses of Great Britain and Ireland
London. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 1823. iv, 124 p.
A letter to the Rev. William E. Channing
[Boston. James Loring, Printer. 1819?]. 15,  p.
A letter to the Rev. William Vincent Harold of the order of Dominican friars on reading his late reply to a Catholic layman
Admirer of Fenelon
Philadelphia. Robert Desilver. 1822. 32 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. and Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of London, in explanation of some statements contained in a letter by the Rev. W. Dodsworth
Pusey, E. B ; Blomfield, Charles James
Oxford. J.H. Parker. 1851. viii, 196 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Charles James Fox on the subject of the association lately formed at the Free-Mason's-Tavern
Cosmopolites ; Fox, Charles James
London. Printed for Ridgway. 1792. , 21,  p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Earl Grey: being an examination of the letter from a clergyman of the dioceses of Durham to his lordship on his speech in the House of Lords on moving the repeal of the test against popery
Clergyman of the Church of England
London. J. Ridgway. 1820. 52 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Henry Erskine, Lord Advocate of Scotland, relative to the act of Parliament for regulating the police of Scotland
Edinburgh. William Blackwood. 1806. 30 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell from Thomas Fowell Buxton, Esq: on certain allegations recently made in the House of Commons in the debate on Sir George Strickland's motion for the abolition of negro apprenticeship
Buxton, Thomas Fowell ; Russell, John Russell
London. J. Hatchard and Son. 1838. 15 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Lord Manners, &c. &c. &c. on the expediency of an immediate and separate record commission, to investigate, illustrate, and arrange the records of Ireland: to which is annexed Duhigg's letter to the speaker, in 1801, on the assimilation of Irish with English law, and the arrangement of Irish records
Duhigg, Bartholomew Thomas ; Duhigg, Bartholomew Thomas
Dublin. Printed by I. Colles. 1810. 40, 37 p.
A letter to the Right Honorable Lord Brougham, on the alleged breach of the colonial apprenticeship contract
Liverpool. D. Marples. 1838. 15 p.
A letter to the Right Honorable Lord ******* &c. &c. &c. &c
[London. s.n.]. 1806. ii, 24 p.
A letter to the Right Honorable the Earl of Suffield on subjects connected with slavery in the island of Jamaica: with an abstract of the law now in force in that colony for the government of slaves
Dignum, Andrew Graham
London. Printed by J. Shackell. 1832. 16 p.
A letter to the Right Honorable the Lord High Chancellor Cranworth on the bills lately introduced by Lord Brougham, and now before Parliament, for the further extension of the jurisdiction of the county courts
Law Reformer ; Cranworth, Robert Monsey Rolfe
London. J. Ridgway. 1853. 59 p.
A letter to the Right Honorable the Lord Lambert from a lover of peace and truth: being a most faithful advice how to chuse the safest way to the happy ending of all our distractions : also, a declaration from the King of Scots, how the army shall be fully satisfied all their arrears
[London. s.n.]. printed in the year 1659. , 6 p.
A letter to the Right Honorable William Pitt
Dublin. Printed by James Moore. 1799. 48 p.
A letter to the Right Honorable William Wellesley Pole, chief secretary to His Grace the lord lieutenant: on the proposal for a commutation of tythes in Ireland
Elrington, Thomas ; Wellesley-Pole, William
Dublin. Printed for R.E. Mercier. 1810. 53 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Charles James Fox
Dublin. J. King. 1806. 36 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, from a Westminster elector
London. Printed for D.I. Eaton. 1794. 19 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, one of His Majesty's principal secretaries of state
London. Printed for J. Stockdale. 1783. , 37, , 3,  p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Charles Jenkinson, Esq., Secretary at War: animadverting on the late mutinies in the Highland regiments
Almon, John ; Liverpool, Charles Jenkinson
Edinburgh. Printed for Charles Elliot. 1779. 31 p.
A Letter to the Right Honourable Charles Townshend
London. Printed for W. Nicoll. 1764. 43,  p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Earl Temple upon the probable motives and consequences of His Lordship's conduct with regard to Mr. Wilkes
Temple, Richard Grenville-Temple
London. Printed for W. Nicoll. 1763. 12 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Edmund Burke
London. Printed for J. Debrett. . , 126,  p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Edmund Burke by George Rouse, Esq., in reply to his Appeal from the new to the old Whigs
London. Printed for J. Debrett. [1791?]. , 126,  p.
A letter to the Right Honourable George Canning, M.P
London. J. Ridgway. 1818. 33 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable George Canning on his proposed motion in favour of Catholic emancipation
O'Beirne, Thomas Lewis
London. Printed for J. Hatchard. 1812. 67 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount H--e, on his naval conduct in the American war
London. Printed for G. Wilkie. 1781. 2 p. l., 50 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Melbourne, on the causes of the recent derangement in the money market, and on bank reform
Torrens, R ; Melbourne, William Lamb
London. Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, & Green. 1837. 82 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Melville
London. T. Cadell and W. Davies. 1810. 1 p.l., 38 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Sir John Holt, Kt., Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench, occasioned by the noise of a plot
Ferguson, Robert ; Ferguson, Robert
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1694. 20 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of ---- concerning the affair of Elizabeth Canning
Ramsay, Allan ; Douglas, John ; Bath, William Pulteney
London. Printed for T. Seddon. 1753. , 59,  p.
A letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Shelburne, First Lord of the Treasury
Dublin. Printed for C. Jenkin, T. Walker, J. Exshaw, and P. Byrne. 1782. 37,  p. (the last  p. blank).
A letter to the Right Honourable the Earls of Egremont and Halifax, His Majesty's principal secretaries of state, on the seizure of papers
Temple, Richard Grenville-Temple
London. Printed for J. Williams. 1763. 31 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable the Lord B---y: being an inquiry into the merit of his defence of Minorca
London. Printed for R. May. 1757. , 47,  p.
A letter to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, occasioned by His Lordship's nomination of five persons disqualified by act of Parliament as fit and proper persons to serve the office of sheriffs
London. Sold by J. Roberts ... J. Noon ... and J. Gray. 1738. 44 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt: on the influence of the stoppage of issues in specie at the Bank of England, on the prices of provisions, and other commodities
London. Printed for J. Wright ... by T. Gillet. 1801. vii, 112 p.
A Letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, Chancellor of the Exchequer, &c: on the conduct of the bank directors, with cursory observations on Mr. Morgan's pamphlet, respecting the expence of the war, and the state of the national debt
Pitt, William ; Morgan, William
London. Printed for John Stockdale. 1796. 35,  p., 3 folded leaves of plates.
A letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, Esq., one of His Majesty's principal secretaries of state: relating to the abuses practiced by bakers, corndealers, farmers, and millers, in consequence of a pamphlet intitled, Poison detected, which that confederacy is supposed to have endeavored to suppress
London. Printed for M. Cooper. 1757. 23,  p.
A letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, on his apostacy from the cause of parliamentary reform: to which is subjoined an appendix, containing important documents on that subject
London. Printed by T. Gillet ..., and sold by H.D. Symonds. 1792. , 50, 19,  p. (last page blank).
A letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt ... on the subjects of toleration and church establishments: occasioned by his speech against the repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts on Wednesday the 28th of March, 1787
Priestley, Joseph ; Pitt, William
London. Printed by J. Johnson ... and J. Debrett. 1787. , 45,  p.
A letter to the Right Honourable William Wickham, chief secretary to His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland: on the subject of Mr. Scully's advice to his Catholic brethren
Smith, William Cusack ; Wickham, William
Dublin. R.E. Mercier. 1803. 97 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable William Windham on the intemperace and dangerous tendency of his public conduct
London. Printed for H.D. Symonds. 1795. 1 p. l., 50 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Willoughby Bertie: by descent Earl of Abingdon... In which His Lordship's candid and liberal treatment of the now Earl of Mansfield is fully vindicated
London. Printed for T. Payne [etc.]. 1778. xii, 86 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Wills, Earl of Hillsborough, on the connection between Great Britain and her American Colonies
Canning, George ; Downshire, Wills Hill
London. Printed for T. Becket. 1768. 47 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Robert Peel: on the pernicious effects of a variable standard of value, especially as it regards the condition of the lower orders and the poor laws
Oxford [etc.]. Printed for J. Murray. 1819. 1 p. l., 104 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, Secretary of State for the Home Department, on some of the impediments, defects, and abuses existing in the present system of medical education: with suggestions for their removal and correction
Dewhurst, H. W
London. Published for the author by S. Highly, Maze Pond; W. Jackson, Southwark; Anderson, Smithfield; Burgess and Hill, Haymarket; and Callow and Wilson, Soho. 1828. 51 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Sir Wm. Scott ... in answer to Mr. Brougham's letter to Sir Samuel Romilly, upon the abuse of charities, and ministerial patronage in the appointments under the late act: to which is added, an appendix, containing an abstract of the principal acts of Parliament relating to charities
London. Printed for J. Hatchard. 1818. 76 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Spencer Percival, Chancellor of the Exchequer, &c. &c., on the subject of certain claims upon government: together with some observations on the motives which appear to have actuated his conduct in resisting them : and containing an appeal to the British nation, on the most wanton and invidious aspersion made by him, in his ministerial capacity, of the character of the late, ever to be lamented, Lord Nelson
Glencairn, Isabella Cunningham
[Great Britain?. s.n.]. 1812. 30 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Thomas Harley, Esq., Lord Mayor of London: to which is added, a serious expostulation with the livery, on their late conduct, during the election of the four city members
Alderman of London
London. Printed for W. Bingley. 1768. 42,  p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Thos. Spring Rice, chancellor of Her Majesty's exchequer, &c. &c: containing a new principle of currency and plan for a national system of banking
London. E. Wilson. 1837. 28 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. William Pitt
York. Printed by W. Blanchard for J. Johnson ... and J. Stockdale ... London : and J. Todd, York. . , 35,  p.
A letter to the Right Hon. William Pitt on the means of relieving the present scarcity and preventing the diseases that arise from meagre food
Beddoes, Thomas ; Pitt, William
London. Printed for J. Johnson. 1796. 32 p.
A letter to the right reverend author of The divine legation of Moses demonstrated, in answer to the appendix to the fifth volume of that work: with an appendix containing a former literary correspondence
London. Printed for A. Millar, and J. Dodsley. 1766. 136 p.
A letter to the right reverend author of The divine legation of Moses demonstrated, in answer to the appendix to the fifth volume of that work : with an appendix, containing a former literary correspondence
London. Printed for A. Millar, and J. Dodsley. 1766. 143,  p.
A letter to the Right Reverend Bishop Hobart, occasioned by the strictures on Bible societies: contained in his late charge to the convention of New-York
Jay, William ; Hobart, John Henry
New-York. John P. Haven. 1823. 80 p.
A letter to the Right Reverend Edward Ld Bishop of Worcester: concerning some passages relating to Mr. Locke's essay of humane understanding, in a late discourse of His Lordships, in vindication of the Trinity
London. Printed by H. Clark, for A. and J. Churchill. 1697. 227 p.
A letter to the Right Reverend father in God, John, Lord Bishop of Landaff: occasioned by some passages in his Lordship's sermon on the 20th of February, 1767, in which the American colonies are loaded with great and undeserved reproach
Livingston, William ; Force, Peter
New-York. Printed for the author, and to be sold by Garratt Noel. 1768. , 25,  p.
A letter to the Right Reverend Father in God, John, Lord Bishop of Landaff: occasioned by some passages in his Lordship's sermon, on the 20th February, 1767, in which the American colonies are loaded with great and undeserved reproach
Boston. Re-printed and sold by Kneeland and Adams, next to the Treasurer's Office, in Milk-street. 1768. 26,  p.
A letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Oxford: occasion'd by a book lately publish'd, entitled, The Christian plan exhibited in the interpretation of Elohim by Walter Hodges, D.D. Provost of Oriel College, wherein is shewn that the Provost's plan of Christianity is inconsistent with, and contradictory to the doctrine of the New Testament ; to which is added A letter to the Reverend Mr. John Jortin in vindication of the late Dr. Middleton from the charge of infidelity
London. Printed for W. Owen. 1752. 32 p.
A letter to the Right Rev. H.W. Lee, D.D., bishop of the diocese of Iowa: on the present condition of the domestic missions of the Protestant Episcopal church
Philadelphia. King & Baird, printers. 1858. 40 p.
A letter to the Right Rev. James Kemp, D.D., Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the diocese of Maryland: and an address to the congregation of St. John's Church in the city of Washington (occasioned by the appointment of a Unitarian chaplain to Congress) on Sunday, Dec. 9, 1821
[Washington. s.n.]. 1822. 8 p.
A Letter to the Right Worshipful Sir R.S., concerning his remarks on the Pretender's Declaration
London. Printed for E. Smith. 1716. 12 p.
A letter to the Right Worshipful William Wynne, L.L.D., chancellor of the diocese of London: containing observations on the facts alledged, the evidence produced, and the sentence pronounced by him, in the Consistorial Court of London, on the sixth of December, 1799, in a cause in which Dr. Hind, the late rector of St. Anne, Westminster, was the promoter, and his curate the respondent
London. Printed for J. Almon ... and J. Bew. 1780. , 51,  p.
A letter to the Roman Catholics of the city of Worcester
Wharton, Charles Henry
Philadelphia. Printed by Robert Aitken. 1784. 40 p.
A Letter to the Royal Canal Company
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1790. 23 p.
A letter to the Rt. Hon. Charles Abbot, Speaker of the House of Commons: containing an inquiry into the most effectual means of the improvement of the coasts and western isles of Scotland, and the extension of the fisheries : with a letter from Dr. Anderson to the author on the same subject
Fraser, Robert ; Abbot, Charles ; Anderson, James
London. Printed by W. Bulmer for G. and W. Nicol. 1803. 104 p.
A letter to the Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke, in reply to the insinuations in the ninth report of the Select Committee, which affect the character of Mr. Hastings
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1783. 44 p.