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1739A letter to a Member of Parliament, concerning the repeal of the Corporation and Test ActsGentleman of the Middle Temple.
1739A letter to a member of Parliament, containing a proposal for bringing in a bill to revise, amend or repeal certain obsolete statutes, commonly called the Ten CommandmentsHildrop, John, 1682-1756.
1787Letter to a Member of Parliament, on the case of the Protestant dissenters, and the expediency of a general repeal of all penal statutes that regard religious opinionsGeddes, Alexander, 1737-1802.
1699A letter to a member of Parliament, shewing the necessity of regulating the press : cheifly from the necessity of publick establishments in religion, from the rights and immunities of a National Church, and the trust reposed in the Christian magistrate to protect and defend them, with a particular answer to the objections that of late have been advanced against it-
1764A letter to a member of the club, in Albemarle-streetWilkes, John, 1727-1797.
15-Apr-2014A letter to a member of the convention.Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707.
1736A Letter to a member of the honourable the House of Commons occasioned by a petition presented from those people called Quakers to that honourable House ...-
1716A letter to a member, etc. concerning the condemn'd Lords : in vindication of gentlemen calumniated in the St. James's Post of Friday, March the 2dSteele, Richard, Sir, 1672-1729.
1715A letter to a merry young gentleman, intituled, Tho. Burnet, esq., in answer to one writ by him to the Right Honourable the Earl of Halifax; by which it plainly appears, the said squire was not awake when he writ the said letterDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.
1702A Letter to a new member of the ensuing parliament-
1710A letter to a new member of the honourable House of Commons : touching the rise of all the imbezzlements and mismanagements of the kingdom's treasure ..-
1759A letter to a noble commander of the British forces in Germany. To which is added, a postscript-
1748A letter to a noble lord; containing some remarks on the nature and tendency of two acts past<!> last session of last parliament: namely, An act for vesting in his Majestie the estates of certain traytors, &c. and An act for taking away and abolishing the heritable jurisdictions in that part of Great Britain called Scotland ..-
1753A letter to a person of distinction in town, from a gentleman in the country. Containing, some remarks on a late pamphlet, intitled A free and candid inquiry, &c-
1680A letter to a person of honour concerning the black boxFerguson, Robert, d.1714.
1730A letter to a Quaker in Norfolk, proving that water baptism is the ordinance our Saviour (who came down from Heaven to instruct us in the way thither) has appointed for one of the means of salvation; without which, according to the terms of the Gospel, we cannot enter into that kingdom ..Bedingfield, Philip
1761A letter to 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.
1748A letter to a young gentlemanBentham, Edward, 1707-1776.
1698A Letter to A, B, C, D, E, F, etc. concerning their argument about a standing army ...-
1746A letter to an English member of Parliament, from a gentleman in Scotland, concerning the slavish dependencies, which a great part of that nation is still kept under, by superiorities, wards, ... and by clanships. Containing very good hints for reforming the Highlands, and preventing rebellion for the futureWillison, John, 1680-1750.
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