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1767A letter to G.G. Stiff in opinions, always in the wrong-
1749A letter to George Heathcote, Esq; on his late resignation, as alderman of the City of London. Shewing the ill consequences of despairing of the Common-wealth, or retiring from public business, more especially in times of vice and corruption. With some cursory observations on the late management of the navy. To which is added, a copy of Mr. Heathcote's letter to the lord-mayor of London, and of the resolutions of that city in consequence of his resignation-
1811A letter to Henry Brougham, Esq. M.P., on the subject of reform in the representation of the people in ParliamentRoscoe, William, 1753-1831.
1796A letter to Henry Duncombe, esq. Member for the County of York, on the subject of the very extraordinary pamphlet, lately addressed by Mr. Burke to a noble lord (2nd Ed)Miles, William Augustus, 1753?-1817.
1796A letter to Henry Duncombe, Esq., Member for the County of York, on the subject of the very extraordinary pamphlet, lately addressed by Mr. Burke to a noble lordMiles, William Augustus, 1753?-1817.
1762Letter to Her R--l H--s the P--s D-w-g-r of W- on the appproaching peace. With a few words concerning the Right Honourable The Earl of B-, and the general talk of the worldEnglishman.
1731A letter to His Excellency Mr. Ulrick D'Ypres, chief minister to the King of Sparta : in answer to His Excellency's two epistles lately published in the Daily courant ...Budgell, Eustace, 1686-1737.
15-Apr-2014A letter to his excellency the Governor-General on the subject of the Crown lands department.Rankin, C.; Elgin, James Bruce, Earl of, 1811-1863.
1757A letter to His G---e the D--e of B-----d-
1757A letter to His Grace the D--- of N----e, on the duty he owes himself, his king, his country and his god, at this important moment-
1768A letter to His Grace the Duke of Grafton, on the present situation of public affairsWilkes, John, 1727-1797.
1793A letter to John Bull, esq. from his second cousin Thomas Bull, author of the first and second letters to his brother JohnJones, William, 1726-1800.
1768A letter to John Buxton, of Shadwell, esq., on the contests relative to the ensuing election for the county of NorfolkPotter, R. (Robert), 1721-1804.
1778A letter to John Downing, Esq.Tooke, John Horne, 1736-1812.
1782A letter to Lord Ashburton from Mr. Horne, occasioned by last Tuesday's debate in the House of Commons, on Mr. Pitt's motionTooke, John Horne, 1736-1812.
1829A letter to Lord Grenville, on the effects ascribed to the resumption of cash payments on the value of the currencyTooke, Thomas, 1774-1858.
1780A letter to Lord North, on his re-election into the House of Commons-
1757A letter to Lord Robert Bertie, relating to his conduct in the Mediterranean, and his defence of Admiral Byng-
14-Apr-2014A letter to members of the Church of England.Gray, I. W. D.
1718A letter to Mr. Archdeacon Echard upon occasion of his History of England ...Calamy, Edmund, 1671-1732.
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