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14-Apr-2014A letter to the Hon. Robert Baldwin, from Wm. Hume Blake, A.B., professor of law in the University of King's College, upon the administration of justice in Western Canada : to which is appended the petition on the same subject now before the legislature.Blake, W. H. (William Hume), 1861-1924; Baldwin, Robert, 1804-1858
1797A letter to the Hon. Thomas Erskine : containing some strictures on his View of the causes and consequences of the present war with FranceGifford, John, 1758-1818.
15-Apr-2014A letter to the Honorable John Rose, minister of finance, Canada, & c., on the subject of banking and currency from the Hon. D.L. Macpherson.Macpherson, D. L. (David Lewis), 1818-1896.
14-Apr-2014Letter to the Honourable Francis Hincks, being a review of his reply to Mr. Howe's speech on the organization of the Empire.Howe, Joseph, 1804-1873; Hincks, Francis, Sir, 1807-1885. Reply to the speech of the Hon. Joseph Howe, of Nova Scotia.; Howe, Joseph, 1804-1873. Speech of the Hon. Joseph Howe on the union of the North American provinces and on the right of British colonists to representation in the Imperial Parliament.
1756A letter to the King of *****Englishman; not a member of the House of Commons.
1789Letter to the king, in which the conduct of Mr. Lenox [sic], and the minister, in the affair with His Royal Highness, the Duke of York, is fully consideredSwift, Theophilus, 1746-1815.
1718A letter to the Lord -Budgell, Eustace, 1686-1737.
1832Letter to the Lord Advocate on the Scottish Reform BillDennistoun, James, 1803-1855.
1719A letter to the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury : proving that His Grace cannot be the author of the Letter to an eminent Presbyterian clergyman in Switzerland ...Gordon, Thomas, d. 1750.
1717A letter to the Lord Bishop of Carlisle concerning one of his predecessors Bishop Merks : on occasion of a new volume for the Pretender intituled The hereditary right of the crown of England assertedKennett, White, 1660-1728.
1831A letter to the magistrates of the south of England : on the urgent necessity of putting a stop to the illegal practice of making up wages out of rates, to which alone is owing the misery and revolt of the agricultural peasantryScrope, George Poulett, 1797-1876.
1831A letter to the Marquis of ChandosProprietor of West-India property by inheritance.
1758A letter to the mayor of -------- : wherein the discouragements of the seamen employed in his Majesty's navy, and the merits of the bill brought into Parliament in the last session, for their relief, are impartially examinedMember of Parliament.
1789The letter to the most insolent man alive, answeredTartar.
1727A letter to the Occasional writer, on the receipt of his third-
1750A letter to the Oxford toriesEnglishman.
1760A letter to the people of England, on the necessity of putting an immediate end to the war; and the means of obtaining an advantageous peace-
1781A letter to the people of England, recommending a simple, cheap, and effectual method of defending themselves and their country, at this alarming junctureHale, John, d. 1806.
1771A letter to the people of Great Britain, on the present alarming crisis-
1793A letter to the people of Ireland, upon the intended application of the Roman Catholics to Parliament for the exercise of the elective franchiseKnox, William, 1732-1810
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