Steele, Richard, Sir, 1672-1729. Crisis of honesty. : Scandal no argument [electronic resource] : an Oxford annuitant's letter to Sir Richard Steele, in answer to The crisis of honesty. With reasons why guardians should not expose their wards to sale, and pay their own debts out of their estates, being a short view of the South-Sea affair yet depending.
Steele, Richard, Sir, 1672-1729. Epistle dedicatiory to Pope Claement XI. : Mr. Pillonniere's preface, notes, and additions to his French translation of Sir Richard Steele's Epistle dedicatory to Pope Clement XI. [electronic resource] : Together with his preface to his French translation of the Bishop of Bangor's Preservative, &c. Done into English, with some short remarks.
Steele, Richard, Sir, 1672-1729. Tender husband. : For the benefit of Miss Storer. By authority. [electronic resource] : Never acted there, by the American Company, at the theatre in Southwark, on Friday next, the thirtieth of March, will be presented, a comedy, written by Sir Richard Steele, called, The tender husband or The accomplish'd fools. ... To which will be added a farce, (not perform'd this season) called, Miss in her teens. ...
Steele Rudd Memorial (Brisbane, Qld.). : The Queensland Authors and Artists' Association... present this souvenir of the unveiling of the Steele Rudd memorial in the Toowong Cemetery, Brisbane on Sunday, 14th October, 1956 at 3p.m. by the Premier of Queensland, the Hon. V.C. Gair, M.L.A.
Steele, Tommy -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Argument for plaintiff, in case of Thomas Hicks, Ex'r. of Capt. Isaac Hicks, versus the United States for half-pay, under the resolve of October 21, 1780 [electronic resource] : also in behalf of the half pay debts due to the officers of the revolution generally, embracing the laws and decisions in support of same : also suggestions in behalf of all the creditors of the United States / by Nathaniel Hatch.