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15-Apr-2014A letter from a member of the Board of trade, on the subject of the Quebec harbour commission.Quebec Harbour Commission (Canada).
1719A letter from a member of the House of Commons to a gentleman without doors : relating to the Bill of Peerage ..Molesworth, Robert Molesworth, 1st viscount, 1656-1725.
1719A letter from a member of the House of Commons to a gentleman without doors : relating to the Bill of Peerage ..Molesworth, Robert Molesworth, 1st viscount, 1656-1725.
1749A letter from a member of the House of Commons, to a chief magistrate of a borough: relative to the votes of the House of Commons of the 16th of October, 1749-
1742A letter from a member of the last Parliament, to a new member of the present, concerning the conduct of the war with Spain : with some observations on the Hanover neutrality, as far as it may relate to, or affect Great Britain-
1738A letter from a merchant who has left off trade to a member of Parliament. In which the case of the British and Irish manufacture of linnen, threads, and tapes, is fairly stated ..-
1767A letter from a minister in the country, to his friend in London-
1722A letter from a noble-man abroad, to his friend in EnglandLansdowne, George Granville, Baron, 1667-1735.
1689A letter from a nobleman in London to his friend in the country : written some months ago, now published for the common goodHalifax, George Savile, Marquis of, 1633-1695.
1675A letter from a Parliament man to his friend concerning the proceedings of the House of Commons this last sessions, begun the 13th of October, 1675Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683.
1761A letter from a patriot in retirement, to the right honourable Mr. William Pitt, upon the resigning of his employment-
1761A letter from a right honourable person. And the answer to it, translated into verse, as nearly as the different idioms of prose and poetry will allow. With notes historical, critical, political, &cFrancis, Philip, 1708?-1773.
15-Apr-2014A letter from a volunteer of 1806 to the volunteers of 1860.Playfair, A. W.
1764A letter from Albemarle street to the Cocoa-tree, on some late transactions-
1793Letter from an independent elector of Westminster to the Right Honourouble Charles James Fox in answer to his letter to his constituentsIndependent elector of Westminster
1762A letter from Arthur's to the Cocoa-tree, in answer to the letter from thence to the country-gentlemen-
1764A letter from Candor, to the Public advertiser: containing a series of constitutional remarks on some late interesting trials, and other points of the most essential consequence to civil libertyCandor.
1791A letter from Common Sense, addressed to the King and peopleCommon Sense.
1750A letter from H---- G----g, esq; one of the gentlemen of the bed-chamber to the young chevalier, and the only person of his own retinue that attended him from Avignon, in his late journey through Germany and elsewhere: Containing many remarkable and affecting occurrences, which happened to the P-----, during the course of his mysterious progress. To a particular friendGoring, Henry.
1792A letter from His Grace the Duke of Richmond, to Lieutenant Colonel Sharman, chairman of the Committee of Correspondence appointed by the delegates of forty-five Corps of Volunteers, assembled at Lisburn, in Ireland : with notes by a member of the Society for Constitutional InformationRichmond and Lennox, Charles Lennox, Duke of, 1735-1806.
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