Journal of the gospel labours of George Richardson, with a biogr. sketch of his life and character (1864)
George Richardson (1737/8–c.1813) was a Scottish architectural and decorative draftsman and writer on architecture.One of his few remaining architectural works is St Mary Magdalene's Church at Stapleford, Leicestershire, built in 1783 for the Earl of Harborough.His main output, however, was in the form of books. His publications were subscribed to not only by many leading architects of the day, but also by painters, sculptors and other craftsmen.
Literatura dialectal inglesa.-- Lancashire.-- Pertenece a la colección 1800-1950 del Salamanca Corpus.-- Verso.-- George Richardson.-- The Ghost of Tim Bobbin: A Tale in Rhyme for Christmas Time.-- 1850.; [EN] Verse work written in the Lancashire dialect; [ES] Obra en verso...
The twelfth edition.; Anonymous. By George Richardson.; A different work from James Kennedy's 'New description of the pictures .. at Wilton'.; With a half-title and horizontal chain lines.; ESTC,. T193594
The tenth edition.; Anonymous. By George Richardson.; With a half-title.; A different work from James Kennedy's 'New description of the pictures .. at Wilton'.; ESTC,. T197473
by Judd o'Ikes o'Jacks ; illustrated by the author. Electronic reproduction. New York : JSTOR, 2009 (19th century British pamphlets) Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited to subscribing institutions. System requirements : Adobe Acrobat reader required to view PDF...