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1827A letter addressed to a retired gentleman, on the spirit of the new ministry and the spirit of the age-
1809A letter addressed to John Cartwright, Esq., chairman of the committee at the Crown and Anchor, on the subject of parliamentary reformSelkirk, Thomas Douglas, Earl of, 1771-1820.
1817A letter addressed to the gentlemen commoners of Worcestershire, on the danger of innovation to a government : and more particularly on the fatal tendency of those measures, employed by factious & designing men, to alienate the subjects of Great Britain from their allegiance, and provoke them to insurrection against the stateGentleman of Worcestershire.
1819A letter addressed to the honest reformers of Scotland : with remarks on the poor rates, corn law, religious establishment, right of property, equality of ranks, and revolutionMaxwell, John, Sir, 1791-1865.
1765A letter concerning libels, warrants, the seizure of papers, and sureties for the peace or behaviour; with a view to some late proceedings, and the defence of them by the majorityFather of Candor.
1755A letter concerning prerogative. Addressed to C----r N----n, Esq; ..-
1690A Letter concerning the disabling clauses lately offered to the House of Commons for regulating corporations-
1753A letter concerning the use and method of studying historyPetvin, John, b. 1690?
1701A Letter directed to the Honourable Robert Harley, Esq., Speaker to the Honourable House of Commons, relating to the great abuses of the nation-
1742A letter from a By-stander to a Member of Parliament: Wherein is examined what necessity there is for the maintenance of a large regular land-force in this Island; what proportions the revenues of the Crown have born to those of the people ... and whether the weight of power in the regal or popular scale now preponderatesMorris, Corbyn, 1710-1779.
1705A Letter from a commoner of England to a member of the honourable House of Commons-
1789A letter from a country gentleman, to a member of Parliament, on the present state of public affairs : in which the object of the contending parties, and the following characters are particularly considered : the Dukes of Norfolk, Portland and Northumberland ; the Houses of Devonshire, and Russel ; the Lords Thurlow, Loughborough, and North ; Mr. Pitt, Mr. Fox, Mr. Burke, Mr. Sheridan ; Mrs. Fitzherbert and His Royal Highness the Prince of WalesCombe, William, 1742-1823.
1789A letter from a country gentleman, to a member of Parliament, on the present state of public affairs : in which the object of the contending parties, and the following characters are particularly considered : the Dukes of Norfolk, Portland and Northumberland ; the Houses of Devonshire, and Russel ; the Lords Thurlow, Loughborough, and North ; Mr. Pitt, Mr. Fox, Mr. Burke, Mr. Sheridan ; Mrs. Fitzherbert and His Royal Highness the Prince of WalesCombe, William, 1742-1823.
1715A letter from a country Whig, to his friend in London : wherein appears, who are the truest friends to their king and countryDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.
1705A Letter from a dissenter in the city to his country friend : wherein moderation and occasional conformity are vindicated ..-
15-Apr-2014A letter from a freeholder to the rest of the freeholders of England and all others who have votes in the choice of Parliament men.Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703.
1697A Letter from a gentleman at St. Germains to his friend in London-
1710A letter from a gentleman at the Court of St. Germains, to one of his friends in England; containing a memorial about methods for setting the Pretender on the throne of Great Britain. Found at Doway, after the taking of that town-
1727A Letter from a gentleman in Worcestershire to a member of Parliament in London-
1679A Letter from a gentleman of quality in the country to his friend : upon his being chosen a member to serve in the approaching Parliament ..-
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