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1815Letter on the situation of France, written from Dresden, to a friend at Paris-
1679A Letter on the subject of the succession-
1694A letter out of Lancashire to a friend in London giving some account of the late tryals there ...Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712.
1732A letter to a bishop concerning some important discoveries in philosophy and theologyForbes, Duncan, 1685-1747.
1746A letter to a certain eminent British sailor, occasion'd by his Specimen of naked truthZealous assertor of his merit.
1745A letter to a certain foreign minister; in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated: the conduct of the last administration in regard to foreign affairs ... and the terms of a safe and honourable peace ..Britannus.
1732A letter to a freeholder on the late reduction of the land tax to one shilling in the poundArnall, William, 1699 or 1700-1736.
1705A Letter to a friend : giving some account of the proceedings in Her Majesties Court of Queensbench, in the case of the Ailesbury electors, with the arguments of the learned judges pro and con-
1816A letter to a friend in Devonshire, on the present situation of the countryHoldsworth, A. H. (Arthur Howe), 1780 or 81-1860.
1716A letter to a friend in Suffolk occasion'd by a report of repealing the Triennial ActDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.
1755A letter to a friend in the country, upon the news of the townJones, John, 1700-1770.
1787A letter to a friend on the reported marriage of His Royal Highness the Prince of WalesTooke, John Horne, 1736-1812.
1690A letter to a friend relating to the present convocation at WestminsterPrideaux, Humphrey, 1648-1724.
1791A letter to a friend, on the late revolution in FranceEyre, Francis, d. 1804.
1689A Letter to a gentleman at Brussels : containing an account of the causes of the people's revolt from the crown-
1694A letter to a gentleman elected a knight of the shire to serve in the present ParliamentWagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712.
1757A letter to a gentleman in the country from his friend in London: giving an authentick and circumstantial account of the confinement, behaviour, and death of Admiral Byng, as attested by the gentlemen who were present-
1743Letter to a great man in France : in which are briefly considered the following popular points: viz. the conduct of Mr. P... y, the right of instructing members, the importance and necessity of procuring justice to be inflicted upon publick criminals, of repealing the Septennial Act, and of limiting the number of placemen-
1749A letter to a lady, concerning the education of female youth-
1721A letter to a leading great man concerning the rights of the people to petition and the reasonableness of complying with such petitions-
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