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1763The appeal of reason to the people of England, on the present state of parties in the nationDalrymple, John, Sir, 1726-1810.
14-Apr-2014Appeal on the common school law, its incongruity and maladministration.Dallas, Angus
1716An appeal to all subjects, touching the measures of punishing state-criminals. With all the objections answer'd; and a remedy to popular errorsDivine of the Church of England.
1746An appeal to Caesar, on the nature and situation of our public affairs-
1763An appeal to facts: in a letter to the Right Hon. Earl TempleDalrymple, John, Sir, 1726-1810.
14-Apr-2014An appeal to public opinion against the railway being carried across the Selkirk Range, that route being objectionable from the danger of falls from glaciers and from avalanches, also, generally on other matters.Canadian Pacific Limited.
14-Apr-2014An appeal to the Christian public, of the inconsistency of war with the Gospel dispensation.Clark, Ira
1800An appeal to the good sense of the higher & wealthy orders of the people, on the high price of provisions and of corn in particularSincere friend to the rich and poor.
1733An Appeal to the landholders : concerning the reasonableness and general benefit of an excise upon tobacco and wine-
14-Apr-2014An appeal to the Montreal conference and Methodist Church generally from a charge by Rev. William Scott, in which is shown his charge to be invalid, ...Borland, John, 1809-1888
1797An appeal to the people of Great Britain, on the present alarming state of the public finances, and of public creditMorgan, William, 1750-1833.
1749An appeal to the people of Ireland. Occasioned by the insinuations of the author of a weekly paper, entitled, The censor. Proving, that the principles laid down in that paper, and the author's reflections upon England are unjust, ungrateful, and, in their consequences, highly injurious to the linen manufacture, to the charter schools, and to the whole protestant interest of IrelandHenry, William, d. 1768.
14-Apr-2014An appeal to the people of the late province of Upper Canada / by Colonel Fitz Gibbon.Fitzgibbon, James, 1780-1863
1756An appeal to the people: containing the genuine and entire letter of Admiral Byng to the Secr. of the Ad------y: observations on those parts of it which were omitted by the writers of the Gazette: and what might be the reasons for such omissions-
1803An appeal to the public spirit of Great BritainMarsh, Charles, 1774?-1835?
1756An appeal to the sense of the people, on the present posture of affairs. Wherein the nature of the late treaties are inquired into, and the conduct of the m---i---y with regard to M--n--ca, A--r--ca, &c. is considered; with some remarks upon the light in which these, and other publick affairs have been lately represented-
1739An appeal to the unprejudiced, concerning the present discontents occasioned by the late convention with SpainGordon, Thomas, d.1750.
11-Apr-2014Appel a l'ancienne France pour un secours en faveur de la nouvelle.Bourget, Ignace, 1799-1885
14-Apr-2014Appel aux catholiques de MontrealA.M.D.G.
11-Apr-2014Appel aux Catholiques du Diocese de Montreal, pour la reconstruction de la Cathedrale et de l'eveche, detruits par l'Incendie du 8 juillet 1852.Catholiques du Diocese de Montreal.
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