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1807Letters addressed to Lord Grenville and Lord Howick, upon their removal from the councils of the king, in consequence of their attempting the repeal the test laws now in force, with respect to His Majesty's army and navyCooke, Edward, 1755-1820.
1764Letters between Col. Robert Hammond, governor of the Isle of Wight, and the committee of lords and commons at Derby-House, General Fairfax, Lieut. General Cromwell, Commissary General Ireton, &c. relating to King Charles I. While he was confined in Carisbrooke-Castle in that island. Now first published. To which is prefixed a letter from John Ashburnham, esq. to a friend, concerning his deportment toward the king, in his attendance on his majesty at Hampton-Court, and in the Isle of WightHammond, Robert, 1621-1654.
15-Apr-2014Letters from the president of the Roman Catholic School Commissioners of the City of Montreal, in answer to the attacks made by the Evening Post and by Le Monde.Roman Catholic School Commissioners.
1786Letters from the Right Honourable W------ E---, on the late political arrangement, to the Earl of Carlisle ; Lord North ; Hon. C.J. Fox ; John Lee, Esq. ; Mr. W. Woodfall ; Duke of Portland ; Lord Loughborough ; R.B. Sheridan, Esq. ; J. Wedgwood, Esq. ; William Adam, Esq-
15-Apr-2014Letters in reply to the attacks of foreign ecclesiastics against the schools and municipalities of Upper Canada, including the letters of Bishop Charbonnel, Mr. Bruyere, and Bishop Pinsoneault.Ryerson, Egerton, 1803-1882
1731The letters of Atticus, as printed in the London Journal, in the years 1729 and 1730, on various subjects, with an introduction, containing a short survey of public affairs from the time of the Spaniards besieging Gibraltar to the year 1731 ..Cooke, Thomas, 1703-1756.
1796Letters of Crito, on the causes, objects, and consequences of the present warMillar, John, 1735-1801.
15-Apr-2014Letters of Dr. Chiniquy to Senator Tasse.Chiniquy, Charles, 1809-1899; Tasse, Joseph, 1848-1895.
1801The letters of Fabius, to the Right Hon. William Pitt, on his proposed abolition of the test, in favour of the Roman Catholics of Ireland : with an appendix, containing Mr. Pitt's speech in the debate of 1790Ireland, John, 1761-1842.
1810Letters of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, and the Right Honourable William Pitt, on the proposed regency, 1788-9 : to which are added, The declaration and protest of the Royal Dukes, against the regency now proposed, and Mr. Perceval's answerGeorge IV, King of Great Britain, 1762-1830.
1784Letters of Neptune and Gracchus, addressed to the P----- of W----, and other distinguished characters : now first collected from their original publication in the Morning PostMiles, William Augustus, 1753?-1817.
14-Apr-2014The letters of Rusticus. : Investigations in Manitoba and the North-West, for the benefit of intending emigrants.Currie, David, d. 1916
1807Letters of Scaevola, on the dismissal of His Majesty's late ministersAllen, John, 1771-1843.
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.
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