Richards, Walter, active 1762-1815. : Observations on a late book, entitled thoughts on nature and religion : Or an apology for the right of private judgment, maintained. By Michael Servetus, M.D. in his answer to John Calvin, by Walter Richards.
Richards, William. : Investigation by command of the King and Premier of the Hawaiian Islands, in vindication of the course pursued by His Majesty, impugned by William Miller, Esq., H.B.M.'s consul general, who demanded and took possession of the land in Honolulu, claimed by Richard Charlton, Esq., late H.B.M.'s consul for the Hawaiian Islands, in a way not provided for by the decision of the British Government of the 12th Sept. 1843, and without fulfilling the conditions which has then been agreed upon between the Right Honourable the Earl of Aberdeen and His Majesty's late commissioners, Messrs. T. Haalilio and William Richards [electronic resource].
Richards, William, -1766, : The coasting pilot : From the harbour of Balbriggen, in the county of Dublin, to Tarrow-Hill, in the county of Wexford. Giving a particular account of bays, roads, harbours, rocks, banks, swashes, landmarks, the setting and flowing of the tides, &c. From an actual survey taken by Scale and Richards, land-surveyors and hydrographers.
Richards, William Buell, : Upper Canada, in the Court of Error and Appeal, between the Honorable William Buell Richards, attorney general of Upper Canada, on behalf of Her Majesty, appellant, and the reverend Henry James Grasett, the Honorable and right reverend John Strachan, Lord Bishop of Toronto, and the Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto, respondents [electronic resource] : an appeal from the Court of Chancery, joint case.