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To the president and Council of Pennsylvania. The remonstrance of the subscribers, freemen, and inhabitants of the city of Philadelphia, now confined in the Free-Mason's Lodge. Sheweth, that the subscribers have been by virtue of a warrant signed in / [electronic resource] :  1777 1
To the President and Executive Council, the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, and others whom it may concern: the following representation, on behalf of the people called Quakers ...   2
To the president and members of the Royal Irish Academy : this rroof of the Ancient history of Ireland, is humbly dedicated by their most obedient servant, the author of the Vindication of the history of Ireland.   1797 1
To the President-elect / 492 --  2000 1
To the President of the United States. The address of the religious society called Quakers, from their yearly meeting for Pennsylvania, New-Jersey, Delaware, and the western parts of Virginia and Maryland. / [electronic resource] :  1789 1
To the president of the United States. The subscribers most respectfully represent, that they have been appointed by the purchasers of land, under the several grantees of the state of Georgia, residing within the state of Massachusetts, their agents, / [electronic resource] :  1798 1
To the President of the United States we, the memorialists ..., desire to call your attention to a case which appeals chiefly to the kind feelings of human nature ... / [electronic resource] :  1858 1
To, The President, Rajasthanik Sabha / / K.M. Dave --   2013 1
To the President, Senate, and House of Representatives ...   1790 1
To the president, vice-president, and governors of the London Hospital. My Lords and gentlemen, the office of matron to this hospital being declared vacant, the favour of your votes and interest is humbly requested in behalf of Sarah Shove, widow of   1775? 1
To the president, vice-presidents, the governors and governesses, of the London-Hospital. My Lords, ladies and gentlemen, encouraged by the very flattering support of many respectable governors, I presume to offer myself a candidate to succeed the la   1790 1
To the president, vice-presidents, treasurer, and governors, of the London-Hospital. Ladies and gentlemen, a proposition being before the General Court, to appoint three assistant-surgeons to your hospital, I take the liberty to request the favour of   1795 1
To the president, vice-presidents, treasurer, and governors of the London-Hospital. Ladies and gentlemen, in consequence of the resolution of the last general court, to add three assistants to the number of surgeons already appointed to your charity,   1795 1
To the priest of [Borwick?], deliver.   1599? 1
To the priest who officiates in the name of Beelzebub, &c. Most tremendous and reverend priest! It has long been suspected that "Beelzebub," is the chief engineer of your party, ...   1796 1
To the priests and people of England, we discharge our consicences, and give them warning.   1655 1
To the prime minister, minister for the environment and climate change, and all MPs.   2016 1
To the Prince of Orange, upon the opening of the campagne, 1684.   1684 1
To the prince of poets, Ben. Johnson, a tombstone-encomium.   1680 1
To the Prince of Venice and all his nobles : which was delivered for him in his pallace and received by him in his council-chamber, being a visitation and warning of that city, which also may serve unto England and all the nations called Christian na / written by the servant of the Lord, John.  1661 1
To the Princess Alexandra of Demark : on her entering the city of London, the 7th of March, and published on the occasion of her marriage with His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales at Windsor, the 10th of March, 1863.   1863 1
To the principal inhabitants of the county of Cornwall.   1791 1
To the principal inhabitants of the county of Cornwall, who are about to assemble at Truro, on the mining concerns of this county.   1792 1
To the principal land-holders. 53.   1779 1
To the principal land-holders of England, and to the principal citizens of London. No. LIII Gentlemen, the dangers wherewith all are now surounded will best shew, ...   1779 1
To the printer in Essex. As I have met with what I call hard treatment ... I now intreat an appeal to the publick in your next news-paper ... / [electronic resource] :  1771 1
To the printer of the Gazetteer....   1761? 1
To the printer of the Manchester Chronicle. : Sir, the intended application to Parliament for a repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts, is not so much known as its importance deserves...   1790? 1
To the printer of the Maryland Herald, &c / [electronic resource].  1792? 1
To the printer. [one line of Latin, followed by four lines from Pope] Sir, It was a custom among the Lacedemonians of old to put up their prayers early in the morning on the day of battle ... we may be allowed to say that our present non-conformists, / [electronic resource] :  1774 1
To the printer. : Sir, The inclosed letter contains the reasons of His Excellency Governor Randolph for refusing his signature to the proposed foederal constitution of government submitted to the several states by the late convention at Philadelphia.   2
To the printer. Sir, This minute came to my hands the Postscript to the Boston gazette ... The design of printing the New-York paper, &c. called an amusement in the said Postscript, was not in the least to weaken the hands of those in power ... Bosto / [electronic resource] :  1739 1
To the printers of Jackson's Oxford Journal. Sirs, ...   1795? 1
To the printur of the Penselvaney kronical mr Godard i was caled into a gentelmans hous tother day to sweep his chimlees ... / [electronic resource] :  1772 1
To the privates of the several battalions of military associators in the province of Pennsylvania. Gentlemen, The Honourable Congress having resolved upon a flying camp of 10,000 men for the protection of our province and Maryland ... and that Maryla / [electronic resource] :  1776 1
  To the Promised Land -- See Dan Uri Exodus et la naissance d'Israël. English   1
To the promised land : a history of Zionist thought from its origins to the modern state of Israel / David J. Goldberg.  1996 1
To the Promised Land: Blacks in the Urban North / 340 --Part 4  1993 1
To the Promised Land : the birth of Israel / Uri Dan.  1988 1
To the Prophet / Kausar Niazi ; [translated by Saeed-ul-Hassan and edited by Karam Hydri].  1976 1
To the proposers of the proposals for the better relief and employ of the poor in the western part of the county of Kent, and to the inhabitants thereof in general.   1771 1
To the proprietors in the East-India stock.   1780? 1
To the proprietors of a tract of land ...   1764 1
To the proprietors of East India stock   1789 1
To the proprietors of East India stock. A printed paper is handed about town, directed to the Honourable the court of directors, &c. signed J. Capper, saying, that my "Letter from Alexandria, was calculated not to inform but to mislead who may gi   1777 1
To the proprietors of East-India stock. Admiral Pigot, in his address, printed in the news-papers of to-day, has stated very unfairly what passed between him and a noble lord....   1777 1
To the proprietors of East India stock. Gentlemen, at a crisis when the happiness of all Europe hangs on the doubtful chance of war; when the mind, agitated by the past, looks forward with mingled hope and fear to the future; when ever day th   1795 1
To the proprietors of East-India stock. I am obliged to request the favour of your attendance ...   1775 1
To the proprietors of East-India stock. I persuade myself the candid public will not, from the past or future ill-success of Balambargan, ...   1774 1
To the proprietors of the Birmingham Canal.   1783 1
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