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Epistolary communication addressed to a person or group of people.

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Displaying 1–25 of 341

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
14419 A full vindication of the Dutchess Dowager of Marlborough: both with regard to the Account lately published by Her Grace, and to her character in general; against the base and malicious invectives contained in a late scurrilous pamphlet, entitled Remarks on the account, &c. In a letter to the noble author of those Remarks. Fielding , Henry
George Ewing (Dublin)
1742 [Irish first]
7063 A letter addressed to a female friend. By Mrs. Sage, the first English female aerial traveller; describing The General Appearance and Effects of her expedition with Mr. Lunardi's balloon; Which ascended from St. George's Fields on Wednesday, 29th June, 1785, accompanied by George Biggin, Esq. The third edition. Sage , Letitia Ann
1785 The third edition.
22911 A letter from a gentlewoman in the country, to the Lord Bishop of Bangor. Willis , Catharine
[1717?]
5530 A letter from a lady in town to her friend in the country, concerning the choice of a manager for the Edinburgh Theatre-Royal. Unknown ,
s.n.
1767
6508 A letter from a lady to her daughter, on the manner of Passing Sunday Rationally and Agreeably. Wiseman , Mary
John Marshall and Co. [Aldermary] (London)
1788
5268 A letter from a minister in the country, to his friend In London. Unknown ,
s.n.
1767
7102 A letter from a Scotch nun, to a bachelor, containing the reasons why so few are married; with wholesome advices to both sexes in all ranks, how to get married, and that soon. Unknown , [Woman]
1791
1640 A letter from Amelia to the inspector. Amelia ,
William Owen (London)
1751
3354 A letter from an unhappy young lady, now under confinement in Newgate, to a certain right honourable magistrate. Canning , Elizabeth
1754
23168 A letter from Helen Hutton, who was Execute at Haddington, on Friday last, the 25th of February, written to her mother a few days before her execution. Hutton , Helen
s.n.
Printed in the year 1726
5203 A letter from Lady ********* to the celebrated Miss K**** F*****. Concerning their late adventures in St. James's Park. Unknown ,
s.n.
1760
1674 A letter from Miss F--d, addressed to a Person of Distinction. With a new ballad To an old tune. Sent to the author by an Unknown Hand. Thicknesse , Ann
s.n.
1761
1732 A letter from Miss F--d, addressed to a person of distinction. With a new ballad to an old tune. Sent to the author by an unknown hand. The second edition. With a postscript. Thicknesse , Ann
1761 The second edition. With a postscript.
14486 A letter from Mr. Cibber, to Mr. Pope, inquiring into the motives that might induce him in his satyrical works, to be frequently fond of Mr. Cibber's name. Cibber , Colley
George Ewing (Dublin)
1742 [Irish first]
6782 A letter from Mrs Barclay to her son, on the subject of a difference presently subsisting between her and the Roman-Catholic clergy of Aberdeen. Barclay , Mrs.
s.n.
1785
6919 A letter from Mrs. Christian Hart, to Mrs. Margaret Caroline Rudd; elucidating several circumstances which did not appear on the trial; refuting particular falsities and Mal-Aspersions asserted by that Notified lady, and relating a Circumstantial Account of her transactions during the time Mrs. Hart lived servant with her. The Whole authenticated by the Affidavit of Mrs. Christian Hart, which is deposited in the Hands of the Publisher, and a Copy of which is annexed. Hart , Mrs. Christian
1776
6913 A letter from Mrs. Straightforward to her son Timmy. To which is prefixed, Mrs. Straightforward's letter to the ladies and gentlemen of Cambridge. Unknown ,
John Deighton [Cambridge, 1784–1786; 1796–?] (Cambridge)
1780
7133 A letter from Rachel Chandler, to ministers and elders. Chandler , Rachel
s.n.
1766
448 A Letter from the Countess of Nithsdale . . . Containing a Circumstantial Account of the Escape of her Husband, William Maxwell, Fifth Earl of Nithsdale, from the Tower of London, the 23 of Feb., 1716 Maxwell , Winifred
John Rider II [36 Little Britain] (London)
1827
7752 A letter humbly address'd to the Right Honourable the Earl of Chesterfield. By Mrs. Teresia Constantia Muilman. Phillips , Teresia Constantia
1750
7755 A letter humbly address'd to the Right Honourable the Earl of Chesterfield. By Mrs. Teresia Constantia Muilman. Phillips , Teresia Constantia
1750
7757 A letter humbly address'd to the Right Honourable the Earl of Chesterfield. By Mrs. Teresia Constantia Muilman. Second edition. Phillips , Teresia Constantia
J. Rowlands (London)
1750 Second edition.
7756 A letter humbly address'd to the Right Honourable the Earl of Chesterfield. By Mrs. Teresia Constantia Muilman. Third edition. Phillips , Teresia Constantia
Mary Cooper (London)
Anne Dodd II (London)
1756 Third edition.
7753 A letter humbly addressed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Chesterfield. By Mrs. Teresia Constantia Muilman. Phillips , Teresia Constantia
1750
7754 A letter humbly addressed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Chesterfield. By Mrs. Teresia Constantia Muilman. Phillips , Teresia Constantia
1750