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1802Letters of the dead, or, Epistles from the statesmen of former days to those of the present hour-
1798Letters of the Ghost of Alfred : addressed to the Hon. Thomas Erskine, and the Hon. Charles James Fox, on the occasion of the state trials at the close of the year 1794, and the beginning of the year 1795Ghost of Alfred.
1783Letters of Zeno, addressed to the citizens of Edinburgh on parliamentary representation, and, particularly on the imperfect representation for the city of Edinburgh, and the other burghs of ScotlandZeno.
1839Letters on aristocracy, self-dependence, and the principles of moralityWragg, W. T., Sir
1831Letters on parliamentary and ecclesiastical reformRoberts, William, 1767-1849.
1789Letters on political liberty, and the principles of the English and Irish projects of reform : addressed to a member of the English House of CommonsWilliams, David, 1738-1816.
16-Apr-2014Letters on superior education, in its relation to the progress and permanency of Wesleyan Methodism / by the Rev. William Scott.Scott, William, 1812?-1891.
15-Apr-2014Letters on the anomalous position of Manitoba as a province of the Dominion.Manitoba.
14-Apr-2014Letters on the recent railway riots, their causes and results, and the political position of the "Young Ireland" Brigade.Howe, Joseph, 1804-1873
14-Apr-2014Letters on the situation in the North West.Julius
1749Letters on the spirit of patriotism: on the idea of a patriot king: and on the state of parties, at the accession of King George the FirstBolingbroke, Henry St. John, Viscount, 1678-1751.
1784Letters to a member of the present Parliament, upon the extraordinary and unprecedented transactions in the last House of Commons-
15-Apr-2014Letters to the Hon. Francis Lemieux, on Canadian trade and navigation, and to the citizens of Montreal, on the commerce of the city and the means of its further development.Young, Hon. John
1770Letters to the Honourable Mr. Justice Blackstone : concerning his exposition of the Act of Toleration, and some positions relative to religious liberty in his celebrated Commentaries on the laws of EnglandFurneaux, Philip, 1726-1783.
1795Letters to the people of Great Britain, respecting the present state of their public affairsFenwick, J.
1793Letters to the philosophers and politicians of France, on the subject of religionPriestley, Joseph, 1733-1804
1791Letters to the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, occasioned by his Reflections on the Revolution in France, &c.Priestley, Joseph, 1733-1804.
1783Letters to the Rt. Hon. Edmund BurkeScott, Major (John), 1747-1819.
1796Letters to William Paley, M.A., Archdeacon of Carlisle, on his objections to a reform in the representation of the Commons, and on his apology for the influence of the Crown in Parliament : being strictures on the essay upon the British constitution introduced in his Principles of moral and political philosophy : with an appendix-
15-Apr-2014Lettre a son eminence le cardinal, etablissant la necessite d'une enquete sur les affaires religieuses du Canada.Legare, Cyrille E.; Taschereau, E.-A. (ElzeĢar-Alexandre), 1820-1898; Methot, M. E.; Lafleche, Louis Francois, 1818-1898.
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