An address on the life and character of James Deane, M.D: of Greenfield, Mass
Bowditch, Henry I
Greenfield. H.D. Mirick & Co., Printers. 1858. 45 p.
An address on the life and character of John Carroll Brent
Blake, John Bond
Washington. R. O. Polkinhorn, printer. 1876. 12 p.
An address on the life and character of the late Richard H. Menefee
Marshall, Thomas Francis
Lexington, Ky. N.L. & J.W. Finnell, Printers. 1841. 20 p.
An address on the limits of education: read before the Massachusetts institute of technology, November 16, 1865
Boston. E.P. Dutton & company. 1865. 28 p.
An address on the masonic character and standing of Washington: delivered by Benjamin B. French, grand master of masons of the District of Columbia, at the tomb of Washington, June 24, 1851
French, Benjamin B
Washington. Gideon & co., printers. 1851. 23 p.
An address on the missionary aspect of African colonization
Lyon, James A
St. Louis. Printed by T.W. Ustick. 1850. 21 p.
An address on the mission of the common schools in the United States: delivered before the Alumni Association of the High School of Pottsville, Pa., July 5, 1889
Littlehales, William L
Washington, D.C. Press of the Public-Service Co. 1893. 15 p.
An address on the natural and social order of the world, as intended to produce universal good: delivered before the Tammany Society at their anniversary on the 12th of May, 1798
Philadelphia. Printed by Benjamin Franklin Bache. . 12 p.
An address on the needs of education in the South
Orr, Gustavus J
Washington. Govt. print. off. 1879. 13 p.
An address on the occasion of dedicating the monument to Ladd and Whitney
Andrew, John A
Boston. Wright & Potter, state printers. 1865. 31 p.
An address on the origin and evil influences of money
Boston. [s.n.]. 1839. 45 p.
An address on the railroad evil and its remedy
Cohen, Alfred A
[Alameda, Calif. A.A. Cohen. 1879]. 23 p.
An address on the relation of a protective tariff to our prosperity
Philadelphia. The Pennsylvania Club. 1890. 26 p.
An address on the revolutionary history of Chatham County, N. C
London, Henry Armand
Sanford, N.C. Cole Print. Co. . 27 p.
An address on the state as an element in civilization: delivered at Lancaster, Pa., on Tuesday evening, July 7th, 1868, before the Alumni Association of Franklin and Marshall College, preceding commencement
Oliver, John H
Philadelphia. S.R. Fisher & Co. 1868. 23 p.
An address on the subject of agriculture and horticulture: delivered in the Church of the Messiah on Thursday, October 9th, 1845
New-York. James Van Norden & Co., printers. 1845. 10 p.
An address on the subject of democracy
Southall, James C
Baltimore. Sherwood & Co. 1860. 39 p.
An address on the subject of the projected union, to the illustrious Stephen III, King of Dalkey, Emperor of the Mugglins
Dublin. Printed for the author, and sold at 60, Stephen-Street. 1799. 20 p.
An address on the tariff delivered in Lewiston, Me., in reply to the Hon. J.G. Blaine
Pillsbury, Eben F
[United States. s.n. 188-?]. 31 p.
An address, on the use of ardent spirit: pronounced before the Society for the Promotion of Temperance, August 26th, A.D. 1828, at Newport, New-Hamphire
Newport [N.H.]. Printed by Aldrich & Barton. 1828. 23 p.
An Address presented to Alexander Hamilton Thompson
Oxford. Priv. print. at the University Press. 1948. 49 p.
An Address presented to William Rees by the Brecknock Society, 12 October 1968: [with a bibliography of his writings and a reprint of The medieval lordship of Brecon]
Rees, William ; Lewis, Ceri W
Brecon. Brecknock Museum. 1968. xlvi, , 61 p.
An address, pronounced before the Albany Typographical Society, November 6, 1813, on the advantages resulting to mankind from the invention of the art of printing
[Albany?. s.n.]. 1813. 8 p.
An address pronounced before the Right Worshipful Masters and brethren of the lodges of St. Peter and St. John, at the meeting-house of the First Religious Society in Newburyport on the festival of St. John the Baptist, June 24, 5803
Newburyport. Repertory Office. 1803. 12 p.
An address read before the Goethean Society of Marshall College, at their anniversary, August 28, 1843
Budd, Samuel W
Chambersburg, Pa. Publication Office of the German Reformed Church. 1844. 15 p.
An address read before the students of the College of Liberal Arts, December, 1893
[Evanston, Ill.?. s.n. 1893?]. 13 p.
An address relating to the African Company, to be presented to Her Majesty
[Jamaica. s.n. 1711]. 1 sheet ( p.).
An address respecting the Charleston & Hamburg rail-road: and on the rail-road system, as regards a large portion of the Southern and Western States of the North-American Union
Charleston. Printed by A. E. Miller. 1833. 39 p.
An address to abolitionists of the Methodist Episcopal Church
Boston. Printed and published by Reid and Rand. 1843. 23 p.
An address to a deist: a poem
New-London [Conn.]. Printed by James Springer for the author. 1796. 12 p.
An address to all classes and conditions of Englishmen / by the Duke of Newcastle
Newcastle, Henry Pelham Fiennes Pelham-Clinton
London. T. and W. Boone. 1832. 70 p.
An address to an assembly of the Friends of American Manufactures, convened for the purpose of establishing a society for the encouragement of manufactures and the useful arts, read in the University of Pennsylvania, on Thursday the 9th of August, 1787
Coxe, Tench ; Aitken, Robert ; Cutting, John Browne
Philadelphia. Printed by R. Aitken & Son. 1787. 30,  p. (final leaf blank).
An address to a provincial bashaw: O shame! where is thy blush?
[Boston. s.n.]. printed in (the tyrannic administration of St. Francisco) 1769. 8 p.
An Address to a youth at school
New-York. New-York Protestant Episcopal Tract Society. . 8 p.
An address to business men on a National Reserve Association
Farwell, John V
Chicago. distributed by the National Citizens League. 1912.  p.
An Address to Christians, recommending the distribution of cheap religious tracts: with an extract from a sermon by Bishop Porteus
Charlestown [Mass.]. Printed and sold by Samuel Etheridge. 1802. 24 p.
An Address to Christians throughout the world
Philadelphia. 1863. 20 p., 1 l.
An address to every class of British subjects: in which some observations are offered on the nature and effects of the slave trade
London. Printed for J. Stockdale. 1802. 32 p.
An address to farmers on the following interesting subjects: to which is added, an appendix
Salem. Printed at Newburyport, by Blunt and March, for John Dabney. 1796. , 64 p.
An address to have been delivered before the International Sunday School Convention
Arnett, Benjamin William
[Boston?. s.n. 1896]. 15 p.
An Address to Her Royal Highness Dutchess of York against the use of sugar
Frederica Charlotte Ulrica Catherina
[S.l. s.n.]. 1792. 22 p.
An address to Her Royal Highness the Dutchess of York, against the use of sugar
Frederica Charlotte Ulrica Catherina
[London]. 1792. 22 p.
An address to His Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury and the Right Reverend the Bishops, upon account of their late petition
True member of the Church of England
London. Printed and are to be sold by Randall Taylor. 1688. 11,  p.
An address to its own members and to the members of our society elsewhere: issued by the yearly meeting of Friends of Philadelphia, fourth month 18th, 1883
Philadelphia. Friends' Book Store. 1883. 35 p.
An address to men of science, calling upon them to stand forward and vindicate the truth from the foul grasp and persecution of superstition: and obtain for the island of Great Britain the noble appellation of the focus of truth ... in which a sketch of a proper system for the education of youth is submitted to their judgment
London. Printed and published by R. Carlile. 1821. 48 p.
An address to our fellow members of the Religious Society of Friends on the subject of slavery and the slave trade in the western world
Philadelphia. [s.n.]. 1849. 16 p.
An address to persons who entertain the wish to better themselves by emigrating to Canada, as well as to parish officers, churchwardens, and overseers, and all concerned in providing for the poor of Great Britain
London. Edward Suter. 1832. 16 p.
An address to Protestants upon the present conjuncture : in II parts
[London. s.n.]. printed in the year 1679. 4, , 5-148 (i.e. 248) p.
An address to Robert E. Scott
Brooke, Martin P
[Alexandria?. 1841]. 34 p.
An address to seamen, delivered before the Portland Marine Bible Society
New-York. American Tract Society. [ca. 1830]. 12 p.
An address to seamen delivered in the meetinghouse of the 2d parish in Portland on Sabbath evening October 28, 1821 at the request of the Portland Auxiliary Marine Bible Society
[Portland. The Society. 1821?]. 12 p.
An address to the American Negro
Richmond, Va. [The Company. 1907]. 8 p.
An address to the Ancient and Honorable Society of Free and Accepted Masons: delivered at St. Paul's Church in Newbury-Port, on the feast of St. John the Evangelist, A.L. 5786, before the worshipful masters, wardens, and brethren of the Lodges of St. John and St. Peter
Tyng, Dudley Atkins
Newbury-Port. Printed by John Mycall. 1787. 16 p.
An address to the anti-slavery Christians of the United States
[New York?]. John A. Gray, Printer. [185-]. 16 p.
An address to the Arian, Unitarian, or New-light congregation of Newtownards
Belfast. Printed by Stuart and Gregg. 1828. 48 p.
An Address to the Assembly of Pennsylvania on the abolition of the Bank of North America
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by Robert Aitken. 1785. 25 p.
An address to the benefactors and friends of the Free School Society of New-York: delivered on the opening of that institution, in their new and spacious building, on the eleventh of the twelfth month (December) 1809
New-York. Published by order of the Trustees. 1810. 20 p.
An address to the Board of alderman, and members of the Common council, of Boston, on the organization of the city government, January 5, 1829
Otis, Harrison Gray
Boston. J. H. Eastburn, city printer. 1829. 15 p.
An address to the Board of Aldermen, and members of the Common Council of Boston, on the organization of the city government: at Faneuil Hall, May 1, 1824
[Boston. s.n.]. 1824. 18 p.
An address to the Board of Aldermen, and members of the Common Council, of Boston, on the organization of the city government, January 2, 1826
Boston. True and Greene, city printers. 1826. 14 p.
An address to the Board of Aldermen and members of the Common Council on the organization of the city government, January 1, 1828
Boston. From the press of N. Hale. 1828. 19,  p.
An address to the British nation on the accession of the Prince Regent to power
London. Printed by Charles Squire for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones. 1812. 32 p.
An address to the British public, on the case of Brigadier-General Picton, late governor and Captain-General of the island of Trinidad: with observations on the conduct of William Fullarton, Esq., F. R. S. and the Right Honourable John Sullivan
Draper, Edward Alured
London. Printed by D. Jaques. 1806. xvi, 282, 56 p.
An address to the burgesses and heritor of the royal burghs of Scotland, on the present imperfect and arbitrary systems of election established in the burghs: in which are pointed out, the dangerous consequences of thse systems
Edinburgh. Published and distributed gratis by the Committee of Citizens. 1783. 21,  p.
An address to the church and congregation, under the care of the author, on his seceding from the masonic institution: Delivered May 24, 1829
Boston. T. R. Marvin, printer. 1829. , 4-12 p.
An address to the churches in relation to slavery: delivered at the first aniversary [sic] of the Ohio State Anti-slavery Society
Medina. Printed at the Anti-slavery office. 1836. 8 p.
An address to the citizens of Alabama, on the constitution and laws of the Confederate States of America
Smith, Robert H
Mobile. Mobile daily register print. 1861. 24 p.
An Address to the citizens of Boston and vicinity, on the subject of a rural cemetery
Boston. Eastburn's Press. 1850. 7 p.
An address to the citizens of Boston on the XVIIth of September MDCCCXXX, the close of the second century from the first settlement of the city
Boston. J. H. Eastburn. 1830. 68 p.
An address to the citizens of Massachusetts, on the approaching state elections
[n.p. 1810]. 8 p.
An address to the citizens of Pennsylvania, on the situation of our country, connected with the public conduct of James Ross, a candidate for the governmental chair of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia. [s.n.]. 1808. 13 p.
An address to the citizens of Philadelphia, respecting the better government of youth
Philadelphia. Printed by Ormrod & Conrad. 1795. 24 p.
An address to the citizens of the county of Plymouth
[n.p. 1812]. 8 p.
An address to the citizens of the district of York, in Virginia
[Philadelphia?. s.n. 1797?]. 40 p.
An address to the citizens of the United States, on the subject of slavery
[Philadelphia]. Association of Friends. 1838. 24 p.
An address to the clergy of Massachusetts
Boston. Printed at the Yankee Office. 1815. 24 p.
An address to the clergy of the Church of England in particular, and to all Christians in general: humbly proposing an application to the Right Reverend the Bishops, or through their means to the legislature, for such relief in the matter of subscription, as in their judgements they shall see proper : together with the author's sentiments of the present forms, and his reasons for such an application
London. Printed for J. Wilkie. 1772. 22 p.
An address to the coal operators of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, and West Virginia: containing a proposal for procuring a large additional supply of mining labor
New York. Printed at the Office of the Iron Age. . 8,  p.
An address to the colored people of Georgia
Savannah. Republican Job Office. 1868. 32 p.
An address to the Committee of the county of York: on the state of public affairs
London. Printed for J. Stockdale. 1781. 63 p.
An address to the Congress of the United States on the utility and justice of restrictions upon foreign commerce: with reflections on foreign trade in general and the future prospects of America
Brown, Charles Brockden
Philadelphia. Published by C. & A. Conrad & Co. 1809. vii, 97 [i.e. 95] p.
An address to the convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Virginia
Richmond. Printed by T. Nicolson. . 36 p.
An address to the convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Virginia
[Richmond. T. Nicolson. 1793]. 16,  p.
An address to the country gentlemen of England and Wales
Burges, James Bland ; Cadell, T
London. Printed at the Logographic Press for T. Cadell ..., J. Walter ..., and J. Sewell. 1789. , 53,  p.
An address to the electors of Great Britain: in which the constitution of England is considered and asserted, particularly, the original design, nature, privileges and power of the House of Commons, as opposed to ministerial influence and corruption, and the independency of Parliaments earnestly recommended as the only means to make the nation happy
London. Printed for E. Amey. 1747. 23,  p.
An address to the Evangelical Lutheran churches of America in behalf of a chair of sacred rhetoric in Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Eichelberger, John M
Winchester. H. Brown. 1853. 35 p.
An address to the Farmers' society of Barnwell district, delivered on the second day of January, 1826
Charleston [S.C.]. Printed by A.E. Miller. 1826. 18 p.
An Address to the Fifth International Oriental Congress, 1881
Calcutta. I. C. Bose. 1881. 1 broadside.
An address to the First Edition Club at the opening of his exhibition of books on pirates and piracy
[S.l. s.n.]. 1933. 13 p.
An address to the free and independant [sic] citizens of the United States of North-America
Hartford. Printed by Hudson & Goodwin. 1784. 30,  p. (final leaf blank).
An address to the free and independent voters of England
London. Printed for R. Faulder. 1780. , 26 p.
An Address to the freeholders and inhabitants of the province of Pennsylvania, in answer to a paper called The plain dealer
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by Anthony Armbruster. 1764. 12 p.
An address to the Freeholders of Middlesex, assembled at Free Masons Tavern, in Great Queen Street, upon Monday the 20th of December 1779: being the day appointed for a meeting of the Freeholders, for the purpose of establishing meetings to maintain and support the freedom of election
London. Printed for J. Dixwell ..., T. Cadell ..., J. Almon ..., and J. Bew. . 19 p.
An address to the freemen of Pennsylvania, from the Committee of Correspondence for the City of Philadelphia, appointed, by the friends of James Ross, to correspond with their fellow citizens on the subject of the election of a governor
Germantown. Printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junior. 1799. 24 p.
An address to the freemen of South-Carolina on the subject of the Foederal Constitution: proposed by the convention, which met in Philadelphia, May 1787
Charleston. Printed by Bowen and Co. . 12 p.
An address to the freemen of the state of South-Carolina: containing political observations on the following subjects
Burke, Aedanus ; Bell, Robert
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by Robert Bell, in Third-street. 1783. 32 p.
An address to the free people of color of the state of Maryland
Baltimore. Printed by J.D. Toy. 1859. 15,  p. incl. ports.
An address to the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, in the case of the violated charter, of the College, Academy, and Charitable School of Philadelphia, &c
Philadelphia. Printed by R. Aitken & Son. 1788. 32 p.
An Address to the gentlemen, clergy, and freeholders of Lancashire on the choice of their representatives at the approaching general election for the county: wherein the merits and pretensions of Sir T---- Eg----n, Mr. St---y and Mr. L---r, the several candidates for this great trust of representation, are fully examined and considered
London. Printed for G. Kearsly. 1780. 51,  p.
An address to the government of the United States on the cession of Louisiana to the French, and on the late breach of treaty by the Spaniards: including the translation of a memorial, on the war of St. Domingo, and cession of the Mississippi to France, drawn up by a French counsellor of state
Brown, Charles Brockden
Philadelphia. John Conrad, & co. 1803. 2 p. l., -56 p.
An address to the graduating class of the Medical school in the university of Cambridge
Andrew, John A
Boston. Ticknor and Fields. 1864. iv, -28 p.
An address to the graduating class of Wallamet University
Deady, Matthew P
Portland, Or. Geo. H. Himes' Steam Printing Establishment. 1876. 24 p.
An address to the Hampshire, Franklin, and Hampden Agricultural Society, Northampton, Mass., October 23, 1823
Bates, Isaac C
Northampton. [The Society]. 1823. 35 p.
An address to the Hermean Society of Geneva College: delivered August 2, 1848
Dickinson, Daniel S
[Geneva, N.Y. s.n.]. 1848. 15 p.
An address to the Hon. Edmund Burke from the swinish multitude
London. Printed for J. Ridgway. 1793. 8 p.
An address to the impartial public on the intolerant spirit of the times: being the introduction to the Miscellanea of M.J. Spalding, D.D., Bishop of Louisville
Spalding, M. J
Louisville. Webb & Levering. 1854. 45 p.
An address to the independent freeholders of the county of Suffolk, on the approaching election
Steward, Charles Edward
London. Printed for the author by W. Hughes. 1802. 51 p.
An address to the inhabitants of Charleston, South Carolina
Alexander, Ann Tuke
Philadelphia. Printed by Kimber, Conrad, & Co. 1805. 7 p.
An address to the inhabitants of Europe on the iniquity of the slave trade
London. Printed by W. Phillips. 1822. 15 p.
An address to the inhabitants of Northumberland and Newcastle upon Tyne: who petitioned against the two bills lately depending in Parliament
Newcastle. Printed and sold by S. Hodgson. . 64 p.
An address to the inhabitants of the colonies established in New South Wales and Norfolk Island
Adelaide. Libraries Board of South Australia. 1963. 74 p.
An address to the inhabitants of the District of Maine: upon the subject of their separation from the present government of Massachusetts
Davis, Daniel ; Deane, Samuel ; Force, Peter
[Portland, Me.]. Printed at Portland by Thomas B. Wait. April, 1791. 54 p.
An address to the inhabitants of the new settlements in the northern and western parts of the United States
New-Haven. Printed by T. & S. Green. . 6,  p. (the last leaf blank).
An address to the Irish people
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
New York. AMS Press. . 29, 22 p.
An address to the jurymen of London
London. Printed for C. Corbett. 1752. , 17,  p.
An address to the legislature and people of the state of Connecticut: on the subject of dividing the state into districts for the election of representatives in Congress
Beers, William Pitt ; Force, Peter
New-Haven. Printed by T. and S. Green. 1791. 37,  p.
An address to the legislature of Kentucky on the abolition of capital punishments, in the United States, and the substitution of exile for life
Crockett, G. F. H ; Finnell, Nimrod L
Georgetown, Ky. Printed by N.L. Finnell. 1823. , 8 p.
An address, to the Literary and Philosophical Society of South Carolina
Charleston, S.C. Printed for the Society by J. Hoff. 1822. 11 p.