Mr. John Dix, writing in 1846, says: 'He [Shelley] went to Charles Richards, the printer in St. Martin's Lane, when quite young, about the printing a little volume of Keats's first poems.'
Edward Richards was foreman of the Pioneer and Minnesotian before the war and foreman of the old St. Paul Press after the war.
The tragedy of Messalina the insatiate Roman Empress: by N. Richards. 71.
But I must not forget, while speaking of education in Trinidad, one truly 'educational' establishment which I visited at Tacarigua; namely, a Coolie Orphan Home, assisted by the State, but set up and kept up almost entirely by the zeal of one manthe Rev. - Richards, brother of the excellent Rector of Trinity Church, Port of Spain.
Macrosty, Trust and the State (Grant Richards).
But these shall all be Richards.
O mother, yes; Aimons youngest sonne Richards a slave above credulytie.
Richards pockett When I interrd hym, subscribd by Ganelon, Whereby's owne hand would leade hym to the blocke Should I discover it; for heres contaynd The kyngs abuse & Gabriellas whoreinge.
Dr. Reynolds, M.D. Richard Richards, Esq. Barrister at Law.
Rev. David Richards, South Petherton, Somerset.
Ann Bishop, Virginia Blake, Amelia Bogle, Anne E. Carey, Sarah Ann Douglass, Rebecca Hailstock, Emma Hall, Emmeline Higgins, Margaret Johnson, Martha Richards, Dinah Smith, Mary Still, and one Peterson were teaching in families.
The gist of eloquent speeches delivered on their behalf by Mr. HARTSHORN and Mr. RICHARDS was that the Government already possessed all the relevant facts, and should give the desired relief at once.
Mr. RICHARDS moved to omit wages and hours from its purview, but the House, brought up in the belief that Hamlet without the Prince of Denmark is but a poor play, voted him down by 270 to 40.
MOSES R. RICHARDS.
JAMES R. RICHARDS.
RICHARDS, JOHN Honor Bright's new adventure. R113129.
SEE Richards, Laura E. RICHARDS, LAURA E. Honor Bright's new adventure; illustrated by Elizabeth R. Withington.
R113129, 9Jun53, John Richards (C) RICHARDS, LENORE.
Tea-room recipes, by Lenore Richards and Nola Treat.
© 8May25, A855023. R108378, 6Mar53, Lenore Richards & Nola Treat (A) RICHARDSON, ANNA STEESE.
RICHARDS, PAUL L. Dieci novelle contemporanee.
SEE RICHARDS, I. A. GIBSON, CHRISTINE M. Learning basic English.
SEE RICHARDS, I. A. GIBSON, HUGH.
Calma H. Gilkey (W), Edith Whittemore & Margaret G. Richards (C); 29May73; R552833.