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1680A letter to a person of honour concerning the black boxFerguson, Robert, d.1714.
1730A letter to a Quaker in Norfolk, proving that water baptism is the ordinance our Saviour (who came down from Heaven to instruct us in the way thither) has appointed for one of the means of salvation; without which, according to the terms of the Gospel, we cannot enter into that kingdom ..Bedingfield, Philip
1761A letter to a Right Honourable person : and the answer to it, translated into verse, as nearly as the different idioms of prose and poetry will allow : with notes historical, critical, political, &cFrancis, Philip, 1708?-1773.
1748A letter to a young gentlemanBentham, Edward, 1707-1776.
1698A Letter to A, B, C, D, E, F, etc. concerning their argument about a standing army ...-
1746A letter to an English member of Parliament, from a gentleman in Scotland, concerning the slavish dependencies, which a great part of that nation is still kept under, by superiorities, wards, ... and by clanships. Containing very good hints for reforming the Highlands, and preventing rebellion for the futureWillison, John, 1680-1750.
1760A letter to an honourable brigadier general, commander in chief of His Majesty's forces in Canada-
1753A letter to Andrew Stone, Esq;-
1731A letter to Caleb d'Anvers, Esq. on his Proper reply to a late scurrilous libel entitled Sedition and defamation display'd, etc-
1731A letter to Cleomenes King of Sparta, from Eustace Budgell, Esq : being an answer, paragraph by paragraph to his Spartan Majesty's royal epistle published some time since in the Daily courant. With some account of the manners and government of the antient Greeks and Romans, and political reflections thereonBudgell, Eustace, 1686-1737.
1755A letter to Doctor King, occasion'd by his late Apology; and, in particular, by such parts of it as are meant to defame Mr. Kennicott, Fellow of Exeter CollegeKennicott, Benjamin, 1718-1783.
1710A letter to Dr. Sacheverell: concerning Calvin's loyaltyTrue lover of the monarchy and Church of England.
1794A letter to Earl StanhopeMiles, William Augustus, 1753?-1817.
1789A letter to Earl Stanhope, on the subject of the Test, as objected to in a pamphlet recommended by His LordshipHawtrey, Charles, b. 1732.
1775A letter to Edmund Burke, esq., member of Parliament for the city of Bristol, and agent for the colony of New York, &c., in answer to his printed speech, said to be spoken in the House of Commons on the twenty-second of March, 1775Tucker, Josiah, 1712-1799.
1811A letter to Francis Jeffrey, Esq., editor of the Edinburgh reviewHope, John, Lord Justice Clerk.
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.
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