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1858A letter to Mr. Bright on his plan for turning the English monarchy into a democracyDrummond, Henry, 1786-1860.
1734A letter to Mr. Chandler in vindication of a passage in the Lord Bishop of London's second pastoral letterJohnson, Thomas, 1702 or 3-1737.
1820A letter to Mr. Lambton : a petition to the Commons, maintaining that ninty[!]-seven Lords appear to usurp two hundred seats in the Commons House, in violation of our laws and libertiesCartwright, John, 1740-1824.
1731A letter to Mr. P-- on occasion of his late letter in answer to the Remarks, etc-
1731A letter to Mr. P-- on occasion of his late letter in answer to the Remarks, etc-
1742A letter to my Lord Mayor, vindicating the late instructions from the city of London for postponing the subsidies to the redress of grievances-
29-Apr-2014A letter to R.F. esq.Ramey, John.
1783A letter to Richard Lord Bishop of Landaff, on the subject of His Lordship's letter to the late Archbishop of CanterburyCumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.
1810A letter to Sir Francis Burdett, Bart., with a criterion proposed to ascertain his patriotism, and some reflections on the subject of reformCountry Gentleman.
1711A letter to Sir J- B--, by birth a Swede but naturaliz'd and a M--r of the present P----t : concerning the late Minehead doctrine ..Benson, William, 1682-1754.
1746A letter to Sir John Barnard, upon his proposals for raising three millions of money for the service of the year 1746Member of the House of Commons.
15-Apr-2014Letter to Sir John Lubbock, bart., president, Second Congress of Chambers of Commerce and Boards of Trade of the Empire, 1892.Fleming, Sandford, 1827-1915.
1747A letter to Sir John Phillips, bart. Occasion'd by a bill brought into Parliament to naturalize foreign protestantsAnglo-Nativus.
14-Apr-2014Letter to Sir Joseph Banks, President of the Royal Society of Great Britain, written by Lieut. Governor Simcoe, in 1791 : prior to his departure from England for the purpose of organizing the new province of Upper Canada.Simcoe, John Graves, 1752-1806; Scadding, Henry, 1813-1901
15-Apr-2014Letter to Sir Joseph Banks, written by Lieut.-Governor Simcoe, in 1791, prior to his departure from England for the purpose of organizing the new province of Upper Canada; to which is added five official speeches delivered by him at the opening or closing of Parliament in the same province.Simcoe, John Graves, 1752-1806.
1736A letter to Sir W---m W-----m, upon the intended application to Parliament for repealing the Corporation and Test actsModern Tory.
1768A letter to the author of a Letter to Mr. Buxton. in which it is proved that the design of that letter has been entirely misunderstood and that the author of it is the real friend of Sir Edward Astley and Mr. CokeCooper, Samuel, 1725-1783.
1742A letter to the author of An enquiry into the revenue, credit, and commerce of France. Wherein the former and present state of the power and commerce of that kingdom are fully consider'd and deduced from authentic accountsMember of Parliament.
1749A letter to the author of An examination of the principles; and an enquiry into the conduct of the two b------s: in which is proved, by indisputable facts of foreign transactions, that the two b------s are true guardians to these kingdoms; have done every thing in their power, to retrieve what was lost in a late administration; that they have already recover'd more than could probably be expected; and are therefore falsly <!> accused by the said letter writer-
1749A letter to the author of An examination of the principles; and an enquiry into the conduct of the two b------s: in which is proved, by indisputable facts of foreign transactions, that the two b------s are true guardians to these kingdoms; have done every thing in their power, to retrieve what was lost in a late administration; that they have already recover'd more than could probably be expected; and are therefore falsly <!> accused by the said letter writer-
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