Name Political Writing
Description

Appeal, letter, defence, essay, address, summary, supplement, or reflection relating to society, culture, government. 

Titles

Displaying 51–75 of 679

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
22168 A letter to all the saints, on the general duty of love: Humbly presented, By one that is less than the least of them all, and unworthy to be their happy number. Dutton , Anne
1743
7088 A letter to His Grace the Duke of Portland, on the late alarming parties in this country, by Mrs. Webb. Webb , Mrs.
Benjamin Robert Haydon (Plymouth)
1795
25936 A letter to Sir Humphry Mackworth, Relating To his proposal for Payment of the Publick Debts, &c. and concerning the Long and Short Annuitants, with an Answer thereto. Together With a brief reply to a late Pamphlet, Entituled, An essay for Establishing a New Parliament Money, as far as it relates to the Scheme of Sir Humphry Mackworth. By Philo Regis et Patriae. Unknown ,
1720
25865 A letter to Sr. John Eyles, Bart. sub-governour of the South-Sea Company, occasioned by the debates at the last general court. The second edition, corrected. D. , S.
John Brotherton (Cornhill)
1732 The second edition, corrected.
25222 A letter to the author of the London journal; containing objections against the present scheme, to empower the three great companies to take in part of the publick debts. With A Just Calculation of the Value of a 100 l. Capital, when divided among the said Companies. To which is added, An equitable Proposal for Restoring of Publick Credit. Unknown ,
1721
25375 A letter to the Bishop of Salisbury, occasion'd by his son's letter to the Earl of Hallifax. Containing a fair state of the case of the late ministry, and a full answer to all Mr. Burnet's arguments for an impeachment. By a good friend to the late Ministers. Burgess , Daniel
Anne Dodd I (London)
1715
25553 A letter to the free-holders of Great-Britain; Occasion'd by the cry of the Danger of the Church. Unknown ,
John Harrison (Cornhill)
Anne Dodd I (London)
1715
25882 A letter to the Honourable Spencer Compton, Esq; Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons. Unknown ,
1720
2221 A letter to the Irish Parliament, on the intended bill for legalizing military law. Emmet , Mary Anne
s.n. [sine nomine]
1799
13756 A letter to the King of *****. By an Englishman; Not a member of the House of Commons. Unknown , [Man]
Ann and Charles Corbett (London)
1756
25692 A letter to the merchants and tradesmen of Great Britain, particularly to those of London and Bristol; upon their late glorious behaviour and happy success, in opposing the extension of the excise-laws: with a few seasonable cautions. And something more, which it is hope will be agreeable to every true Englishman. By Eustace Budgell, Esq; Budgell , Eustace
Samuel Tuckey (London)
1733
25620 A letter to the proprietors of the South-Sea Company. With a dedication to George Heathcote, Esq; Member of Parliament for the Borough of Southwark, and Alderman of the City of London. By Richard Coope, one of the late South-Sea directors. Coope , Richard
Anne Dodd I (London)
Anne Dodd II (London)
1739
25947 A letter to the proprietors of the South-Sea Company. With a dedication to George Heathcote, Esq; Member of Parliament for the Borough of Southwark, and Alderman of the City of London. By Richard Coope, One of the late South-Sea Directors. The second edition. Coope , Richard
Anne Dodd I (London)
Anne Dodd II (London)
1739 The second edition.
7520 A letter to the Right Honourable the L---ds of the A------y. ... Osborn , Sarah
s.n. [sine nomine]
1757
6551 A letter to the women of England, on the injustice of mental subordination. With anecdotes. By Anne Frances Randall. Robinson , Mary
Thomas Norton Longman And Owen Rees (London)
1799
22508 A list of the monasterys, nunnerys, and colleges, belonging to the English papists in several popish countrys beyond sea. Published to inform the people of England of the measures taken by the popish party for the reestablishing of popery in these nations. In a letter to a member of Parliament. Unknown ,
Abigail (Ann) Baldwin [Warwick Lane] (London)
1700
25183 A memorial deliver'd by Mr. Prior, Envoy-Extraordinary of his Britannick Majesty, to His most Christian Majesty, against The Fortifying the Ports and Harbours of Dunkirk and Mardike. The French King's Answer thereunto. A Memorial deliver'd to his Britannick Majesty in Holland, in Favour of the French Protestant Galley-Slaves. With the King's most Gracious Answer. The Buckinghamshire Electors Instructions to their Representatives, &c. The Citizens of London's Instructions to their Representatives. As Also the Protests of the Lords against the Clandestine Steps taken for a Separate Peace. Humbly offer'd to the Consideration of the Honourable House of Commons. Unknown ,
1715
25330 A memorial deliver'd by Mr. Prior, Envoy-Extraordinary to his Britannick Majesty, to his most Christian Majesty, against the fortifying the ports and harbours of Dunkirk and Mardike. The French King's answer thereunto. A memorial deliver'd to his Britannick Majesty in Holland, in Favour of the French Protestant Galley-Slaves. With the King's most Gracious Answer. The Buckinghamshire Electors Instructions to their Representatives, &c. The Citizens of London's Instructions to their Representatives. As Also the Protests of the Lords against the Clandestine Steps taken for a Separate Peace. Humbly offer'd to the Consideration of the Honourable House of Commons. The Second Edition. Unknown ,
1715 The Second Edition.
14876 A modest enquiry into the reasons of the joy expressed by a certain sett of people, upon the spreading of a report of Her Majesty’s death. Manley , Delarivier
John Morphew (London)
1714 1st Irish Edition.
14877 A modest enquiry into the reasons of the joy expressed by a certain sett of people, upon the spreading of a report of Her Majesty’s death. Manley , Delarivier
John Morphew (London)
1714
14878 A modest enquiry into the reasons of the joy expressed by a certain sett of people, upon the spreading of a report of Her Majesty’s death. Manley , Delarivier
1714 1st Scottish Edition.
25896 A modest plea for the British distillery. In a letter from a country gentleman, to a member of Parliament. Unknown , [Man]
1726
13862 A modest plea for the property of copy right. By Catharine Macaulay. Macaulay , Catharine
Edward and Charles Dilly (London)
1774
1065 A Narrative of the Events which have taken place in France, from the landing of Napoleon Bonaparte on the 1st of March, 1815, till the restoration of Louis XVIII. With an account of the present state of society and public opinion. By Helen Maria Williams. Williams , Helen Maria
John Murray II [Albemarle] (London)
1815
15168 A Narrative of the Events which have taken place in France, from the landing of Napoleon Bonaparte, on the 1st of March, 1815, till the restoration of Louis XVIII. With an account of the present state of society and public opinion. By Helen Maria Williams. Williams , Helen Maria
Moses Thomas (Philadelphia)
1816