Publications of Richard Steele

Note: The following printer, bookseller, or publisher lists are works in progress. They are generated from title page imprints and may reproduce false and misleading attributions or contain errors.

What does "printed by" mean? How to read the roles ascribed to people in the imprints.

In terms of the book trades, the lists below are sorted into up to four groups where: the person is designated in the imprint as having a single role:

  1. "printed by x"; or
  2. "sold by x"; or
  3. "printed for x" or "published by x"; or

as having multiple roles in combination (which suggests a likelihood that the person is a trade publisher):

  1. "printed and sold by x"; "printed for and sold by x"; or "printed by and for x" and so on.

Printers (owners of the type and printing presses, and possibly owners of the copyright) may be identified by the words printed by, but printed by does not universally designate a person who is a printer by trade. Booksellers may be identified by the words sold by, but sold by encompasses a number of roles. Booksellers or individuals who owned the copyright are generally identified by the words printed for, but nothing should be concluded in this regard without further evidence, especially since "printed for" could signify that the named person was a distributor rather than a copyright holder. Trade publishers, who distributed books and pamphlets but did not own the copyright or employ a printer—and were not printers themselves—might be identified by the words printed and sold by. Furthermore, works from this period often display false imprints, whether to evade copyright restrictions, to conceal the name of the copyright holders, or to dupe unwitting customers. Ultimately, one must proceed with caution in using the following lists: designations in the imprints may not reliably reflect the actual trades or roles of the people named, and the formulas used in imprints do not consistently mean the same thing.

David Foxon discussed the "meaning of the imprint" in his Lyell Lectures delivered at Oxford in March 1976, with particular attention to "publishers" in the eighteenth-century context:

The fullest form of an imprint is one which names three people, or groups of people:
     London: printed by X (the printer), for Y (the bookseller who owned the copyright), and sold by Z.
In the eighteenth century the printer's name is rarely given, at least in works printed in London, and the form is more commonly:
     London: printed for Y, and sold by Z.
Very often in this period, and particularly for pamphlets, it is further abbreviated to:
     London: printed and sold by Z.
It is this last form which is my present concern. Z is usually what the eighteenth century called 'a publisher', or one who distributes books and pamphlets without having any other responsibility—he does not own the copyright or employ a printer, or even know the author.

D. F. McKenzie coined the term "trade publisher" for these publishers in his Sandars Lectures, also in 1976, on the grounds that their principal role was to publish on behalf of other members of the book trade (Treadwell 100).

Michael Treadwell cautions that "In this period the imprint 'London: Printed and sold by A.B.' normally means 'Printed at London, and sold by A.B.' and must not be taken to mean that A.B. is a printer in the absence of other evidence." Further, "The imprint 'published by' occurs only rarely in Wing and is almost always associated with the name of a trade publisher" (104). While there are exceptions to the rule, it is "certain," he explains, "that anyone who made a speciality of distributing works for others will show a far higher proportion than normal of imprints in one of the 'sold by' forms" (116), which appear in the imprint as "sold by," "printed and sold by," or "published by" (104). Treadwell gives Walter Kettilby as an example of "a fairly typical copyright-owning bookseller" (106)—his role is almost always designated by the phrase "printed for" on imprints.

A final caution: publisher is a word that should be used with some deliberation. Samuel Johnson defines it simply as "One who puts out a book into the world," but "published by" rarely appears on the imprint until later in the eighteenth century, and then primarily associated with newspapers and pamphlets. Treadwell observes that John Dunton names only five publishers among the 200 binders and booksellers in his autobiographical Life and Errors (1705) wherein he undertakes "to draw the Character of the most Eminent [Stationers] in the Three Kingdoms" (100). Treadwell also remarks, however, that "in law, anyone who offered a work for sale 'published' it. In this sense every work had one or more 'publishers', and every bookseller, mercury, and hawker was a 'publisher'" (114).


See:

  • Terry Belanger, "From Bookseller to Publisher: Changes in the London Book Trade, 1750–1850," in Book Selling and Book Buying. Aspects of the Nineteenth-Century British and North American Book Trade, ed. Richard G. Landon (Chicago: American Library Association, 1978).
  • Bricker, Andrew Benjamin. "Who was 'A. Moore'? The Attribution of Eighteenth-Century Publications with False and Misleading Imprints," in The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 110.2 (2016).
  • John Dunton, The Life and Errors of John Dunton (London: Printed for S. Malthus, 1705).
  • John Feather, "The Commerce of Letters: The Study of the Eighteenth-Century Book Trade," Eighteenth-Century Studies 17 (1984).
  • David Foxon, Pope and the Early Eighteenth-Century Book Trade, ed. James McLaverty (Oxford University Press, 1991).
  • Samuel Johnson, Dictionary of the English Language, (printed for J. and P. Knapton; T. and T. Longman; C. Hitch and L. Hawes; A. Millar; and R. and J. Dodsley, 1755).
  • D.F. McKenzie, The London Book Trade in the Later Seventeenth Century (Sandars lectures in bibliography, 1977).
  • Michael Treadwell, "London Trade Publishers 1675–1750," The Library sixth series, vol. 4, no. 2 (1982).

Printed for Richard Steele

  • The ladies library. Vol. I. Written by a lady. Published by Mr. Steele. London: printed for Jacob Tonson, at Shakespear's Head over against Catherine Street in the Strand, 1714. ESTC No. T80462. Grub Street ID 301522.

Author

  • Steele, Richard. Town talk. In a letter to a lady in the country. London [England]: printed: and sold by J[ames]. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane; J. Graves in St. James's-Street; and A. Dodd, at the Peacock without Temple-Bar. Where advertisements are taken in. ESTC No. P2110. Grub Street ID 55827.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed by A. Rhames, for J. Hyde, R. Gunne, R. Owen, E. Dobson and P. Dugan, 1722[ie. 1732?]. ESTC No. T26047. Grub Street ID 258237.
  • Steele, Richard. A letter to the Earl of O----d, concerning the bill of Peerage. By Sir R-d S-le. London: printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 1719, 1719. ESTC No. T64468. Grub Street ID 289504.
  • Steele, Richard. The procession. A poem on Her Majesties funeral. By a gentleman of the army. London: printed for Thomas Bennet at the Half-Moon in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1695. ESTC No. R3783. Grub Street ID 120015.
  • Steele, Richard. The procession. A poem on Her Majesties funeral. By a gentleman of the army. London: printed for John Whitlock in Amen-Corner near Stationers-Hall, 1695. ESTC No. R7205. Grub Street ID 127487.
  • Steele, Richard. The christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. London: printed for Jacob Tonson, within Gray's-Inn-Gate, next Gray's-Inn-Lane, 1701. ESTC No. T120081. Grub Street ID 171346.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Mr. Steele. London: printed for Jacob Tonson, 1702 [1701]. ESTC No. T40340. Grub Street ID 269418.
  • Steele, Richard. The christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. London: printed for Jacob Tonson, within Gray's-Inn-Gate, next Gray's-Inn-Lane, 1701. ESTC No. T115350. Grub Street ID 167112.
  • Steele, Richard. The lying lover: or, the ladies friendship. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal by Her Majesty's servants. Written by Mr. Steele. London: printed for Bernard Lintott at the Middle-Temple-Gate in Fleet street, [1704]. ESTC No. T75197. Grub Street ID 297977.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband; or, the accomplish'd fools. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By Her Majesty's servants. Written by Mr. Steele. London: printed for Jacob Tonson, 1705. ESTC No. T49959. Grub Street ID 277690.
  • Steele, Richard. Prologue to the University of Oxford. Written by Mr. Steel, and spoken by Mr. Wilks. London: printed for Bernard Lintott at the Cross-Keys next Nando's Coffee-House near Temple-Bar, 1706. ESTC No. N295. Grub Street ID 18626.
  • Steele, Richard. The christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. Written by Mr. Steele. London: printed for Jacob Tonson, at Shakespear's Head, over-against Catherine-Street in the Strand, MDCCIX. [1709]. ESTC No. T75012. Grub Street ID 297806.
  • Steele, Richard. The christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. London: printed for Jacob Tonson, within Gray's-Inn Gate, next Gray's-Inn-Lane, 1710. ESTC No. T69070. Grub Street ID 293167.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. Written by Mr. Steele. [The Hague]: [for T. Johnson], Printed in the Year [1710]. ESTC No. T14970. Grub Street ID 195655.
  • Steele, Richard. The christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. Written by Mr. Steele. London: printed for J.T. and sold by O. Lloyd, near the Church in the Temple, 1711. ESTC No. T75013. Grub Street ID 297807.
  • Steele, Richard. The Christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficent to make a great man. Written by Mr. Steele. London: printed for J.T. And sold by Owen Lloyd, 1711. ESTC No. T75014. Grub Street ID 297808.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral; and The tender husband: comedies. Written by Mr. Steele. London: printed for Jacob Tonson, at Shakespear's Head over-against Catherine Street in the Strand, MDCCXII. [1712]. ESTC No. T60372. Grub Street ID 286255.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral; and The tender husband: comedies. Written by Mr. Steele. London: printed for J. T. [i.e. Jacob Tonson] And sold by Owen Lloyd, 1712. ESTC No. T9516. Grub Street ID 314683.
  • Steele, Richard. The lying lover: or, the ladies friendship. A comedy. Written by Mr. Steele. London: printed for Bernard Lintott at the Cross Keys between the Two Temple-Gates in Fleetstreet, MDCCXII. [1712]. ESTC No. T9517. Grub Street ID 314694.
  • Steele, Richard. The christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. Written by Mr Steele. London: printed for Jacob Tonson at Shakespear's Head over-against Catherine Street in the Strand, 1712. ESTC No. T75015. Grub Street ID 297809.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral; and The tender husband: comedies. Written by Mr. Steele. [The Hague]: Printed for Henry Scheurleer at Erasmuns's Head in the Market-Place at the Hague, MDCCXII. [1712]. ESTC No. T182902. Grub Street ID 219344.
  • Steele, Richard. The lying lovers; The funeral; and The tender husband: comedies. Written by Mr. Steele. London: printed by J. T. for Bernard Lintott, 1712. ESTC No. T172185. Grub Street ID 209658.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. [London?]: Printed in the year, 1712. ESTC No. N2843. Grub Street ID 17660.
  • Steele, Richard. The importance of Dunkirk consider'd: in defence of the Guardian of August the 7th. In a letter to the bailiff of Stockbridge. By Mr. Steele. London: printed for A. Baldwin in Warwick-Lane, 1713. ESTC No. T37052. Grub Street ID 266858.
  • Steele, Richard. The importance of Dunkirk consider'd: in defence of the Guardian of August the 7th. In a letter to the bailiff of Stockbridge . By Mr. Steele. London: printed for A. Baldwin, 1713. ESTC No. T37053. Grub Street ID 266859.
  • Steele, Richard. The importance of Dunkirk consider'd: in defence of the Guardian of August the 7th. In a letter to the bailiff of Stockbridge. By Mr. Steele. London: printed for A. Baldwin in Warwick-Lane, 1713. ESTC No. T109455. Grub Street ID 162219.
  • Steele, Richard. The importance of Dunkirk consider'd: in defence of the Guardian of August the 7th. In a letter to the bailiff of Stockbridge. By Mr. Steele. London: printed for A. Baldwin in Warwick-Lane, 1713. ESTC No. N16799. Grub Street ID 6317.
  • Steele, Richard. The guardian. London [England]: printed for J[acob]. Tonson in the Strand; and sold by A[nn]. Baldwin in Warwick-Lane, [1713]. ESTC No. P1756. Grub Street ID 55530.
  • Steele, Richard. The crisis: or, a discourse representing, from the most authentick records, the just causes of the late happy revolution: And The several Settlements of the Crowns of England and Scotland on Her Majesty; and on the Demise of Her Majesty without Issue, upon the Most Illustrious Princess Sophia, Electress and Dutchess Dowager of Hanover, and the Heirs of Her Body being Protestants; by previous Acts of both Parliaments of the late Kingdoms of England and Scotland; and confirmed by the Parliament of Great Britain. with some seasonable remarks on the danger of a Popish successor. By Richard Steele, Esq;. London: printed by Sam. Buckley; and sold by Ferd. Burleigh, in Amen-Corner, 1713 [1714]. ESTC No. T34401. Grub Street ID 264707.
  • Steele, Richard. The crisis: or, a discourse representing, from the most authentick records, the just causes of the late happy revolution: And The several Settlements of the Crowns of England and Scotland on Her Majesty; and on the Demise of Her Majesty without Issue, upon the Most Illustrious Princess Sophia, Electress and Dutchess Dowager of Hanover, and the Heirs of Her Body being Protestants; by previous Acts of both Parliaments of the late Kingdoms of England and Scotland; and confirmed by the Parliament of Great Britain. With some seasonable remarks on the danger of a Popish successor. By Richard Steele, Esq;. London: printed by Sam. Buckley; and sold by Ferd. Burleigh, in Amen-Corner, 1714. ESTC No. T34402. Grub Street ID 264708.
  • Steele, Richard. A letter to a Member of Parliament concerning the bill for preventing the growth of schism. By Richard Steele, Esq;. Edinburgh: re-printed in the year, 1714. ESTC No. T102076. Grub Street ID 155924.
  • Steele, Richard. A letter to a Member of Parliament concerning the bill for preventing the growth of schism. By Richard Steele, Esq;. London: printed, and sold by Ferd. Burleigh, 1714. ESTC No. T113194. Grub Street ID 165141.
  • Steele, Richard. The Englishman: being the sequel of the Guardian. London: printed by Sam. Buckley, 1714. ESTC No. T149609. Grub Street ID 195607.
  • Steele, Richard. A defence of drinking to the pious memory of K. Charles I. By Richard Steele Esq;. [Dublin]: London printed, and reprinted in Dublin, 1714. ESTC No. T80957. Grub Street ID 301851.
  • Steele, Richard. A letter to a Member of Parliament concerning the bill for preventing the growth of schism. By Richard Steele, esq;. London: printed, and sold by Ferd. Burleigh in Amen-Corner, 1714. ESTC No. T38047. Grub Street ID 267557.
  • Steele, Richard. The Englishman: being the close of the paper so called. With an epistle concerning the Whiggs, Tories, and new converts. By Richard Steele, ... London: printed for Ferd: Burleigh, 1714. ESTC No. T147291. Grub Street ID 193852.
  • Steele, Richard. The publick spirit of the Tories, Manifested in the case of the Irish Dean, and his Man Timothy. London: sold by J. Roberts, in Warwick-Lane, [1714]. ESTC No. T171331. Grub Street ID 208959.
  • Steele, Richard. The Englishman: being the sequel of the Guardian. By Richard Steele, Esq;. Dublin: printed and sold by James Carson, 1714. ESTC No. T188505. Grub Street ID 224319.
  • Steele, Richard. The prologue at the opening of the Theatre-Royal, the day after His Majesty's publick entry. Spoken by Mr. Wilks. [London]: Printed for J. Tonson in the Strand, 1714. ESTC No. N12135. Grub Street ID 2149.
  • Steele, Richard. Mr. Steele's apology for himself and his writings; Occasioned by his expulsion from the House of Commons. London: printed; and sold by R. Burleigh in Amen-Corner, 1714. ESTC No. T41574. Grub Street ID 270444.
  • Steele, Richard. Mr. Steele's speech upon the proposal of Sir Thomas Hanmer for speaker of the House of Commons. London: printed for J. Baker, 1714. ESTC No. T41575. Grub Street ID 270445.
  • Steele, Richard. The crisis: or, a discourse representing the just causes of the late happy revolution: and the Several Settlements of the Crowns of England and Scotland on Her Majesty; and on the Demise of Her Majesty without Issue, upon the Most Illustrious Princess Sophia, Electress and Dutchess Dowager of Hanover, and the Heirs of Her Body being Protestants. With remarks on the danger of a popish successor. Abridg'd from that writ by Richard Steele, Esq;. London: printed by J. Read near Fleetstreet, 1714. ESTC No. N27249. Grub Street ID 16500.
  • Steele, Richard. La crise. Ou discours o l'on demontre par les actes les plus authentiques les justes causes de l'heureuse revolution. ... Et quelques remarques, necessaires dans la conjoncture presente, sur le danger d'un successeur papiste. Par Mr. Richard Steele, ecuyer. Traduit de l'anglois par Mr. Boyer. Londres: imprimé pour Ferd. Burleigh & se vend chez les libraires franois dans le Strand, 1714. ESTC No. N27254. Grub Street ID 16506.
  • Steele, Richard. The Englishman: being the close of the paper so called. With an epistle concerning the Whigs, Tories, and new converts. By Richard Steele, esq;. Dublin: printed and sold by J. Carson, 1714. ESTC No. N69528. Grub Street ID 50554.
  • Steele, Richard. A defence of the crisis, written by Mr. Steele. Containing, a farther vindication of the late happy revolution. And the Protestant succession to the crown of England, in the illustrious house of Hanover. London: printed [and sold by J. Roberts], in the Year 1714. ESTC No. T69539. Grub Street ID 293510.
  • Steele, Richard. The french faith represented in the present state of Dunkirk. A letter to the Examiner, in defence of Mr. S-le. London: printed: and sold by Ferd. Burleigh, in Amen-Corner, 1714. ESTC No. T70286. Grub Street ID 294047.
  • Steele, Richard. A letter to a Member of Parliament concerning the bill for preventing the growth of schism. By Richard Steele, Esq;. Dublin: re-printed by Eliza. Dickson, on Cork-Hill, 1714. ESTC No. T65019. Grub Street ID 289954.
  • Steele, Richard. The crisis: or, a discourse representing from the most authentick records, the just causes of the late happy revolution: and the several settlements of the crowns of England and Scotland on Her Majesty; ... With some seasonable remarks on the danger of a popish successor By Richard Steele, Esq;. Dublin: re-printed by A. Rhames, and are to be sold by the booksellers, 1714. ESTC No. T75464. Grub Street ID 298190.
  • Steele, Richard. Mr. Steele's apology for himself and his writings; occasioned by his expulsion from the House of Commons. With a map of the places adjacent to Dunkirk, and the project of the new port at Mardick. London: printed, and sold by R. Burleigh in Amen Corner, [1714]. ESTC No. T170657. Grub Street ID 208337.
  • Steele, Richard. Mr. Steel's speech upon the proposal of Sir Thomas Hanmer for Speaker of the House of Commons. [Dublin: London printed: and re-printed and sold by E. Waters, Dublin, 1714]. ESTC No. T170658. Grub Street ID 208338.
  • Steele, Richard. The crisis: or, a discourse representing, from the most authentick records, the just causes of the late happy revolution: and the several settlements of the crowns of England and Scotland on Her Majesty; ... With some seasonable remarks on the danger of a popish successor. By Richard Steele, Esq;. Edinburgh: re-printed in the year, 1714. ESTC No. N2702. Grub Street ID 16346.
  • Steele, Richard. The englishman: being the close of the paper so called. With an epistle concerning the Whiggs, Tories, and new converts. By Richard Steele, Esq;. London: printed for Ferd: Burleigh, in Amen-Corner, [1714]. ESTC No. T32713. Grub Street ID 263388.
  • Steele, Richard. The englishman: being the sequel of the Guardian. London: printed by Sam. Buckley in Amen-Corner, 1714. ESTC No. T147727. Grub Street ID 194270.
  • Steele, Richard. The romish ecclesiastical history of late years. By Richard Steele, Esq;. London: printed for J. Roberts, 1714. ESTC No. T146635. Grub Street ID 193257.
  • Steele, Richard. The crisis: or, a discourse representing, from the most authentick records, the just causes of the late happy revolution: and the several settlements of the crowns of England and Scotland ... With some seasonable remarks on the danger of a popish successor. By Richard Steele, Esq;. [London]: Printed by S. Buckly, and sold by F. Burleigh in Amen-Corner, 1714. ESTC No. N14829. Grub Street ID 4593.
  • Steele, Richard. Mr. Steele's speech upon the proposal of Sir Thomas Hanmer for speaker of the House of Commons. London: printed by R. Mathard, near Fleetstreet, [1714]. ESTC No. N10242. Grub Street ID 245.
  • Steele, Richard. Réflexions sur l'importance de Dunkerque, et sur l'état présent de cette place. ... Par Mr. Richard Steele. Traduit de l'anglois. Londres [i.e. Amsterdam]: chez A. Baldwin, 1715. ESTC No. T152126. Grub Street ID 197172.
  • Steele, Richard. The political writings of Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. T. and sold by Owen Lloyd near the Church in the Temple, and J. Brown at the Black Swan, without Temple-Bar, 1715. ESTC No. T43979. Grub Street ID 272467.
  • Steele, Richard. The lover. To which is added, The Reader; by the same author. London: printed for J. Tonson at Shakespear's-Head over-against Catherine-Street in the Strand, 1715. ESTC No. T130723. Grub Street ID 179807.
  • Steele, Richard. The lover. To which is added, The reader; by the same author. London: printed for J. Tonson in the Strand, J. Brown without Temple-Bar, and O. Lloyd near the Church in the Temple, MDCCXV. [1715]. ESTC No. T148791. Grub Street ID 194924.
  • Steele, Richard. The political writings of Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. Tonson at Shakespear's Head over-against Catherine-Street in the Strand, MDCCXV. [1715]. ESTC No. T174356. Grub Street ID 211443.
  • Steele, Richard. A letter to a member, &c. concerning the condemn'd lords, in vindication of gentlemen calumniated in the St. James's Post of Friday March the 2d. London: printed: and sold by J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane; J. Graves in St. James's-Street; and A. Dodd, at the Peacock without Temple-Bar, [1716]. ESTC No. T96724. Grub Street ID 316171.
  • Steele, Richard. A letter to a member, &c. concerning the condemn'd lords, in vindication of gentlemen calumniated in the St. James's Post of Friday March the 2d. London: printed: and sold by J. Roberts; J. Graves; and A. Dodd, [1716]. ESTC No. T171004. Grub Street ID 208667.
  • Steele, Richard. The englishman. Vol. II. By Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, MDCCXVI. [1716]. ESTC No. T152752. Grub Street ID 197432.
  • Steele, Richard. Sir Richard Steel's speech for repealing of the Triennial Act and his reasons for the Septennial Bill. As it was spoken in the House of Commos [sic]. In answer to several speeches made against it: the 24th of April 1716. [Dublin]: London printed, and re-printed in Dublin, C. C. [i.e. Cornelius Carter], 1716. ESTC No. N65361. Grub Street ID 47247.
  • Steele, Richard. The British subject's answer, to the Pretender's declaration. By Sir Richard Steele. London: printed: and sold by J. Roberts; J. Graves; and A Dodd, 1716. ESTC No. T12599. Grub Street ID 176026.
  • Steele, Richard. The British subjects answer, to the Pretender's declaration. By Sir Richard Steel. [Dublin]: London printed, and re-printed in Dublin by John Walley, [1716?]. ESTC No. T166803. Grub Street ID 204960.
  • Steele, Richard. A vindication of Sir Richard Steele, against a pamphlet intituled, A letter to the Right Worshipful Sir R. S. concerning his remarks on the Pretender's declaration. London: printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, and E. Berrington near Essex-Street at the Cross-Keys without Temple-Bar, [1716]. ESTC No. T60894. Grub Street ID 286655.
  • Steele, Richard. Sir Richard Steel's speech for repealing of the Triennial Act and his reasons for the Septennial Bill. As it was spoken in the House of Commons. In answer to several speeches made against it: the 24th of April 1716. [Dublin]: London printed, and re-printed in Dublin, C. C. [i.e. Cornelius Carter], 1716. ESTC No. T174570. Grub Street ID 211655.
  • Steele, Richard. Sir Richard Steel's speech with Mr. Lydall, Mr, [sic] Hampden, and Mr. Tuffnell's speeches for repealing of the Triennial Act and their reasons for the Septennial Bill. As it was spoken in the House of Commons. In answer to several speeches made against it, the twenty fourth of April 1716. [Dublin]: London, printed and re-printed in Dublin, by C. C. [i.e. Cornelius Carter, 1716?]. ESTC No. T174571. Grub Street ID 211656.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral; and The tender husband: comedies. Written by Mr. Steele. London: printed for J. Tonson: and sold by J. Brown, 1717. ESTC No. T227690. Grub Street ID 248596.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral; and the tender husband: comedies. Written by Mr. Steele. London: printed for J. Tonson: and sold by J. Brown, at the Black Swan without Temple-Bar, MDCCXVII. [1717]. ESTC No. T40331. Grub Street ID 269408.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. [London?]: Printed in the year, 1717. ESTC No. N18621. Grub Street ID 8088.
  • Steele, Richard. The lying lover: or, the ladies friendship. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for William Mears at the Lamb without Temple Bar, 1717. ESTC No. T38792. Grub Street ID 268205.
  • Steele, Richard. An account of the fish-pool: consisting of a description of the vessel so call'd, lately invented and built for the importation of fish alive, and in good Health, from Parts however distant. A Proof of the Imperfection of the Well-Boat hitherto used in the Fishing Trade. The true Reasons why Ships become stiff or crank in Sailing; with other Improvements, very useful to all Persons concern'd in Trade and Navigation. Likewise, a description of the carriage intended for the conveyance of fish by land, in the same good Condition as in the Fish-Pool by Sea. By Sir Richard Steele, and Mr. Joseph Gillmore, Mathematician. London: printed and sold by H. Meere at the Black Fryer in Black-Fryers, J. Pemberton at the Buck and Sun in Fleet-Street, and J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 1718. ESTC No. T18823. Grub Street ID 224062.
  • Steele, Richard. The lover and reader; by the author of the Tatler and Spectator. London: printed for J. Tonson, at Shakespear's-Head, over against Katharine-Street in the Strand, MDCCXVIII. [1718]. ESTC No. T140923. Grub Street ID 188545.
  • Steele, Richard. A letter to the Earl of O-d, concerning the bill of peerage. By Sir R-d S-le. Dublin: printed by Thomas Hume next Door to the Walsh's Head in Smock-Alley, 1719. ESTC No. N19407. Grub Street ID 8825.
  • Steele, Richard. The plebeian. To be continued weekly. No I. Considerations upon the reports relating to the peerage. By a member of the House of Commons. London: printed for S. Popping, 1719. ESTC No. T122210. Grub Street ID 172934.
  • Steele, Richard. A letter to the Earl of O-----d, concerning the bill of peerage. By Sir Richard Steele. [Dublin]: London printed, and reprinted and sold by E. Waters, in Dublin, 1719. ESTC No. T2075. Grub Street ID 236688.
  • Steele, Richard. The antidote, in a letter to the free--thinker, occasion'd by the management of the present dispute between Dr. Woodward and certain other physicians. London: printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, [1719]. ESTC No. T1014. Grub Street ID 155281.
  • Steele, Richard. The plebeian. No II. Considerations upon the reports relating to the peerage continued; and remarks upon the pamphlets that have been writ for the supposed bill. By a member of the House of Commons. London: printed for S. Popping, 1719. ESTC No. T173000. Grub Street ID 210322.
  • Steele, Richard. The plebeian. No III. By a member of the House of Commons. London: printed for S. Popping, 1719. ESTC No. T173001. Grub Street ID 210323.
  • Steele, Richard. The plebeian. No III. By a member of the House of Commons. London: printed for S. Popping, 1719. ESTC No. T115614. Grub Street ID 167323.
  • Steele, Richard. The plebeian. No IV. Considerations upon the reports about the peerage, continued; in particular, with relation to the Scots nobility with remarks on The patrician, No II. and The Old Whig, No II. By a member of the House of Commons. London: printed for S. Popping, 1719. ESTC No. T115615. Grub Street ID 167324.
  • Steele, Richard. The plebeian. To be continued weekly. No I. Considerations upon the reports relating to the peerage. By a member of the House of Commons. London: printed for S. Popping, 1719. ESTC No. T115616. Grub Street ID 167325.
  • Steele, Richard. The plebeian. No IV. Considerations upon the reports about the peerage, continued; in particular, with relation to the Scots nobility with remarks on The patrician, No II. and The Old Whig, No II. By a member of the House of Commons. London: printed for S. Popping, 1719. ESTC No. T115617. Grub Street ID 167326.
  • Steele, Richard. The plebeian. No III. By a member of the House of Commons. London: printed for S. Popping, 1719. ESTC No. T115618. Grub Street ID 167327.
  • Steele, Richard. The plebeian. No II. Considerations upon the reports relating to the peerage continued; and remarks upon the pamphlets that have been writ for the supposed bill. By a member of the House of Commons. London: printed for S. Popping, 1719. ESTC No. T115619. Grub Street ID 167328.
  • Steele, Richard. The plebeian. No II. Considerations upon the reports relating to the peerage continued; and remarks upon the pamphlets that have been writ for the supposed bill. By a member of the House of Commons. London: printed for S. Popping, 1719. ESTC No. T115620. Grub Street ID 167329.
  • Steele, Richard. The plebeian. To be continued weekly. No I. Considerations upon the reports relating to the peerage. By a member of the House of Commons. London: printed for S. Popping, 1719. ESTC No. T115621. Grub Street ID 167330.
  • Steele, Richard. The plebeian. To be continued weekly. No I. Considerations upon the reports relating to the peerage. By a member of the House of Commons. London: printed for S. Popping, 1719. ESTC No. T115622. Grub Street ID 167331.
  • Steele, Richard. The plebeian. To be continued weekly. No I. Considerations upon the reports relating to the peerage. By a member of the House of Commons. London: printed for S. Popping, 1719. ESTC No. N20245. Grub Street ID 9643.
  • Steele, Richard. The spinster: in defence of the woollen manufactures. London [England]: printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 1719. ESTC No. P6329. Grub Street ID 58048.
  • Steele, Richard. A letter to the Earl of O-d, Concerning the Bill of Peerage. By Sir R-d S-le. London: printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 1719. ESTC No. T38248. Grub Street ID 267733.
  • Steele, Richard. A letter to the Earl of O-d, Concerning the Bill of Peerage. By Sir R-d S-le. London: printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 1719. ESTC No. T38249. Grub Street ID 267734.
  • Steele, Richard. A letter to the Earl of O-d, concerning the bill of peerage. By Sir R-d S-le. London: printed for J. Roberts, 1719. ESTC No. T38250. Grub Street ID 267735.
  • Steele, Richard. The plebeians. By a member of the House of Commons. London: printed for S. Popping at the Black Raven in Paternoster-Row, M.DCC.XIX. [1719]. ESTC No. T114589. Grub Street ID 166384.
  • Steele, Richard. The antidote. Number II. In a letter to The free-thinker. Occasion'd by later actions between Dr.Woodward and Dr.Mead. London: printed for J.Roberts near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1719. ESTC No. T1015. Grub Street ID 155381.
  • Steele, Richard. The crisis of property: an argument proving that the annuitants for ninety-nine years, as such, are not in the condition of other subjects of Great Britain, but by compact with the legislature are exempt from any new direction relating to the said estates. By Sir Richard Steele, Knt. Member of Parliament, and Governor of the Royal Company of Comedians, &c. London: printed for W. Chetwood, under Tom's Coffee-House in Covent-Garden; J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane; J. Brotherton, at the Black Bull in Cornhill; and Charles Lillie, at the Corner of Beaufort-Buildings in the Strand, [1720]. ESTC No. T34400. Grub Street ID 264706.
  • Steele, Richard. A nation a family: Being the sequel of the crisis of property: or, a plan For the Improvement of the South-Sea Proposal. By Sir Richard Steele, Knt. Member of Parliament. London: printed for W. Chetwood, under Tom's Coffee-House in Covent-Garden; J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane; J. Brotherton, at the Black Bull in Corn-Hill; and Charles Lillie, at the Corner of Beaufort-Buildings in the Strand, [1720]. ESTC No. T39607. Grub Street ID 268833.
  • Steele, Richard. The D----n of W-------r still the same: or, his new defence of the Lord Bishop of Bangor's sermon, &c. consider'd as the performance of a great critick, a man of sense, and a man of probity. By an impartial hand. London: printed for J. Knapton, 1720. ESTC No. T34771. Grub Street ID 265028.
  • Steele, Richard. The crisis of property: an argument proving that the annuitants for ninety-nine years, as such, are not in the condition of other subjects of Great Britain, but by compact with the legislature are exempt from any new direction relating to the said estates. By Sir Richard Steele, Knt. ... London: printed for W. Chetwood; J. Roberts; J. Brotherton; and Charles Lillie, 1720. ESTC No. N27253. Grub Street ID 16505.
  • Steele, Richard. The crisis of property: an argument proving that the annuitants for ninety-nine years, as such, are not in the condition of other subjects of Great Britain, but by compact with the legislature are exempt from any new direction relating to the said estates. By Sir Richard Steele, Knt. ... London: printed for W. Chetwood; J. Roberts; J. Brotherton; and Charles Lillie, 1720. ESTC No. T144485. Grub Street ID 191356.
  • Steele, Richard. The state of the case between the Lord-Chamberlain of His Majesty's houshold, and the governor of the Royal Company of Comedians. With the opinions of Pemberton, Northey, and Parker, concerning the theatre. By Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for W. Chetwood; J. Roberts; J. Graves; and Charles Lillie, 1720. ESTC No. T147110. Grub Street ID 193691.
  • Steele, Richard. The state of the case between the Lord-Chamberlain of His Majesty's houshold, and the governor of the Royal Company of Comedians. With the opinions of Pemberton, Northey, and Parker, concerning the theatre. The second edition. By Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane; J. Graves, near White's Chocolate-House in St. James's-Street; and Charles Lillie, at the Corner of Beaufort-Buildings in the Strand, [1720]. ESTC No. N23102. Grub Street ID 12462.
  • Steele, Richard. The spinster: in defence of the woollen manufactures To be continued occasionally. Numb. I. Dublin: printed by Thomas Toulmin, and sold by John Affleck, 1719/20. ESTC No. N37335. Grub Street ID 25298.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. Written by Mr. Steele. London [i.e. The Hague]: printed for T. Johnson, M.DCC.XXI. [1721]. ESTC No. T14969. Grub Street ID 195648.
  • Steele, Richard. The Christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. By Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for Jacob Tonson, 1722. ESTC No. T75016. Grub Street ID 297810.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed by A. Rhames, for J. Hyde, R. Gunne, R. Owen, E. Dobson and P. Dugan, Booksellers, 1722. ESTC No. T161038. Grub Street ID 200286.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed for G. Risk, 1722. ESTC No. T161039. Grub Street ID 200287.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed for G. Risk, 1722. ESTC No. T161048. Grub Street ID 200296.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatick works of Sir Richard Steele. Containing the following comedies, viz. The funeral; or, grief a-la-mode. The tender husband; or, the accomplish'd fools. The lying lover; or, the lady's friendship. London: printed for J. T. And sold by Bernard Lintot between the Temple-Gates in Fleet-Street, 1723 [1722]. ESTC No. T34944. Grub Street ID 265170.
  • Steele, Richard. The lover and Reader; by the author of the Tatler and Spectator. London: printed for J. Tonson, at Shakespear's-Head, over against Katharine street in the Strand, MDCCXXIII. [1723]. ESTC No. T113826. Grub Street ID 165693.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London [i.e. The Hague]: printed for T. Johnson, M.DCC.XXIII. [1723]. ESTC No. T14968. Grub Street ID 195645.
  • Steele, Richard. Conscious lovers. A comedy. As it was acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury lane. By His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Corke: printed, and sold by J. Redwood, 1723. ESTC No. T161041. Grub Street ID 200290.
  • Steele, Richard. . London: printed for J. Tonson at Shakespear’s Head over-against Katherine-street in the Strand, 1723. ESTC No. N490064. Grub Street ID 359267.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, Grief A-la-Mode. A comedy. [London]: Printed for J. Tonson, 1723. ESTC No. T40339. Grub Street ID 269416.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. Tonson, 1723. ESTC No. N59226. Grub Street ID 42355.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. Tonson, 1723. ESTC No. N59227. Grub Street ID 42356.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. Tonson, 1723. ESTC No. T228218. Grub Street ID 248733.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's Servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. Tonson, 1723. ESTC No. N62404. Grub Street ID 44770.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. Tonson at Shakespear's Head over-against Katharine-Street in the Strand, 1723. ESTC No. T75196. Grub Street ID 297976.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband: or, the accomplish'd fools. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed by S. Powell, for George Risk, at the Corner of Castle-Lane, in Dame's-Street, near the Horse-Guard, MDCCXXV. [1725]. ESTC No. N13492. Grub Street ID 3403.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed by S. Powell, for George Risk, at the Corner of Castle-Lane, in Dame's-Street, near the Horse-Guard, MDCCXXV. [1725]. ESTC No. T141136. Grub Street ID 188753.
  • Steele, Richard. The christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. By Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed by S. Powell, for George Risk, at the Corner of Castle-Lane in Dame's-Street, near the Horse-Guard, MDCCXXV. [1725]. ESTC No. T141140. Grub Street ID 188758.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed for J. Hyde, R. Gunne, R. Owen, E. Dobson, and P. Dugan, 1725. ESTC No. T161042. Grub Street ID 200291.
  • Steele, Richard. The crisis; or, A discourse representing from the most authentick records, the just causes of the late happy revolution. And the general settlements of the crowns of England and Scotland on Her Majesty; and on the demise of Her Majesty without issue, upon the most illustrious Princess Sophia, Electress and Dutchess Dowager of Hanover, and the heirs of her body being Protestants; by previous acts of both Parliaments of the late Kingdoms of England and Scotland; and confirmed by the Parliament of Great Britain. With some seasonable remarks on the danger of a popish successor. [Two lines of Latin text] By Richard Steele, Esq;. [Philadelphia]: London: printed, 1714. And re-printed by Samuel Keimer in Philadelphia, MDCCXXV. [1725]. ESTC No. W31757. Grub Street ID 342194.
  • Steele, Richard. The lying lover: or, the ladies friendship. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed by S. Powell, for George Risk, at the Corner of Castle-Lane in Dame's-Street, near the Horse-Guard, MDCCXXV. [1725]. ESTC No. T170384. Grub Street ID 208091.
  • Steele, Richard. The christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. London: printed for J. Tonson in the Strand, MDCCXXVII. [1727]. ESTC No. T164451. Grub Street ID 202728.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed by S. Powell, for George Risk, at Shakespear's Head in Dame's-Street, MDCCXXIX. [1729]. ESTC No. T141137. Grub Street ID 188754.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatres. By His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed by S. Powell, for George Risk, at Shakespear's Head in Dame's-Street, MDCCXXIX. [1729]. ESTC No. T161265. Grub Street ID 200401.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. Tonson at Shakespear's Head over-against Katherine-Street in the Strand, 1730. ESTC No. T31217. Grub Street ID 262044.
  • Steele, Richard. [The lying lover: or, the ladies friendship. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele.]. [Dublin: printed by S. Powell, for George Risk, 1730?]. ESTC No. T229344. Grub Street ID 249296.
  • Steele, Richard. The importance of Dunkirk consider'd: in defence of the Guardian. Of August the 7th 1713. In a letter to the bailiff of Stockbridge . Written by the late Sir Richard Steele, kt. London: printed by R. Reily, in Little Britain; and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, [1730]. ESTC No. N7785. Grub Street ID 52698.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. Tonson at Shakespear's Head over-against Katherine-Street in the Strand, 1730. ESTC No. N18429. Grub Street ID 7903.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband: or, the accomplish'd fools. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. Tonson at Shakespear's Head over-against Katherine-Street in the Strand, 1731. ESTC No. T49960. Grub Street ID 277692.
  • Steele, Richard. The lying lover: or, the ladies friendship. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for Bernard Lintot; and sold by Henry Lintot, at the Cross-Keys, over against St. Dunstan's-Church in Fleet-Street, M.DCC.XXXII. [1732]. ESTC No. T38796. Grub Street ID 268209.
  • Steele, Richard; Addison, Joseph. The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq; revised and corrected by the author. ... London: printed for E. Nutt, J. Knapton, B. Sprint, D. Midwinter and A. Ward, J. Tonson, R. Gosling, W. Innys and R. Manby, J. Osborn and T. Longman, R. Robinson, B. Motte, and H. Lintott, M DCC XXXIII. [1733]. ESTC No. N11680. Grub Street ID 1685.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. Tonson: and sold by W. Feales, at Rowe's Head, the Corner of Essex-Street in the Strand, MDCCXXXII. [1733]. ESTC No. T31218. Grub Street ID 262045.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatick works of the late Sir Richard Steele. Containing I. The conscious lover [sic]. II. The funeral. III. The tender husband. IV. The lying lover. London: printed for W. Feales, [1733?]. ESTC No. T34946. Grub Street ID 265172.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband: or, the accomplish'd fools. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. Tonson: and sold by W. Feales at Rowe's Head, the Corner of Essex-Street in the Strand, MDCCXXXIV. [1734]. ESTC No. T141139. Grub Street ID 188756.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, Grief A-la-Mode. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. Tonson at Shakespear's Head over-against Catharine-Street in the Strand, 1734. ESTC No. T40342. Grub Street ID 269419.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for W. Feales, at Rowe's Head, the Corner of Essex-Street in the Strand; and the book-sellers of London and Westminister, M.DCC.XXXV. [1735]. ESTC No. N27093. Grub Street ID 16390.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for Jacob Tonson in the Strand, MDCCXXXV. [1735]. ESTC No. T31224. Grub Street ID 262052.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband: or, the accomplish'd fools. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for Jacob Tonson in the Strand, MDCCXXXV. [1735]. ESTC No. T49963. Grub Street ID 277695.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for Jacob Tonson in the Strand, MDCCXXXV. [1735]. ESTC No. T75195. Grub Street ID 297975.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, 1736. ESTC No. N27092. Grub Street ID 16389.
  • Steele, Richard. The lying lover: or, the ladies friendship. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for Henry Lintot; and sold by W. Feales, 1736. ESTC No. N62501. Grub Street ID 44844.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband: or, the accomplish'd fools. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. & R. Tonson, 1736. ESTC No. N64669. Grub Street ID 46655.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatick works of the late Sir Richard Steele. Containing, Conscious lover [sic]. Funeral. Tender husband. Lying lover. London: printed for W. Feales, 1736. ESTC No. T217091. Grub Street ID 242277.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatick works of the late Sir Richard Steele. Containing I. The conscious lover [sic]. II. The funeral. III. The tender husband. IV. The lying lover. London: printed for W. Feales, 1734 [1736]. ESTC No. N62934. Grub Street ID 45190.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatick works of the late Sir Richard Steele. Containing, Conscious lover [sic]. Funeral. Tender husband. Lying lover. London: printed for W. Feales, 1736. ESTC No. T230304. Grub Street ID 249994.
  • Steele, Richard. The lying lover: or, the ladies friendship. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for W. Feales, at Rowe's-Head, over-against St. Clement's Church in the Strand, M.DCC.XXXVI. [1736]. ESTC No. T38797. Grub Street ID 268210.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatick works of the late Sir Richard Steele. Containing, Conscious lover [sic]. Funeral. Tender husband. Lying lover. London: printed for W. Feales, 1736. ESTC No. T34945. Grub Street ID 265171.
  • Steele, Richard. The englishman. Vol. second and last. By Sir Richard Steele. Collected from the single papers, as they were published in 1715; and printed at the sole Charge of the late Sir Richard Steele, 1716. Now first Published together. With an original letter from the late Earl of Mar to His late Majesty K. George I, before his Arrival in England. London: printed for W. Feales, at Rowe's-Head, the Corner of Essex-Street, over-against St. Clement's Church, in the Strand; C. Corbett, at Addison's-Head, against St. Dunstan's Church, in Fleet-Street; and W. Warner, at Dryden's-Head next the Rose-Tavern, without Temple-Bar, MDCCXXXVII. [1737]. ESTC No. T152751. Grub Street ID 197431.
  • Steele, Richard. The Christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. By Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed by S. Powell, for George Risk, 1737. ESTC No. T164452. Grub Street ID 202729.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for the booksellers in town and country, 1740. ESTC No. N51068. Grub Street ID 35080.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband: or, the accomplish'd fools. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed by S. Powell, for George Risk, at Shakespear's-Head in Dame's-Street, MDCCXL. [1740]. ESTC No. T49964. Grub Street ID 277696.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, 1741. ESTC No. N27094. Grub Street ID 16391.
  • Steele, Richard. The christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson in the Strand, MDCCXLI. [1741]. ESTC No. T75017. Grub Street ID 297811.
  • Steele, Richard. Il funerale. Commedia. Originale inglese, del cavaliero Riccardo Steele. Londra: presso G. Chrichley, MDCCXLII. [1742]. ESTC No. N18617. Grub Street ID 8083.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatick works of Sir Richard Steele. Containing, The funeral, ... The tender husband, ... The lying lover, ... The conscious lovers. Dublin: printed by S. Powell, for George Risk, 1743. ESTC No. T223918. Grub Street ID 246329.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed by S. Powell, for George Risk, at Shakespear's-Head in Dame's-Street, near the Horse-Guard, MDCCXLIII. [1743]. ESTC No. T134502. Grub Street ID 183135.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Glasgow: printed and sold by Robert Foulis, 1744. ESTC No. T151074. Grub Street ID 196597.
  • Steele, Richard. The wisdom of our fore-fathers, recommended to the present times. Shewing, the noble stand made by them at the Revolution, and their care to provide against a popish succession. With Remarks upon the Present Times, and a Brief Account of the most Penal Law, now in force against Papists, humbly offered to the Consideration of the Publick. London: printed for J. Brett over, [1745]. ESTC No. T67037. Grub Street ID 291699.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed for George Risk, at Shakespear's Head in Dame-Street, MDCCXLVI. [1746]. ESTC No. T14333. Grub Street ID 190424.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatick works of the late Sir Richard Steele. Containing, Conscious lover [sic]. Funeral. Tender husband. Lying lover. London: printed for W. Feales, 1736 [1747]. ESTC No. T217090. Grub Street ID 242276.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for H. Lintot, J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper, MDCCXLVII. [1747]. ESTC No. T31225. Grub Street ID 262053.
  • Steele, Richard. The lying lover: or, the ladies friendship. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for Henry Lintot, 1747. ESTC No. T38793. Grub Street ID 268206.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatick works of Sir Richard Steele. Containing, The conscious lovers. The funeral. The tender husband. The lying lover. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, S. Draper, and H. Lintot; and sold by W. Reeve, [1747?]. ESTC No. T189601. Grub Street ID 225017.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, Grief A-la-Mode. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed by Augustus Long, Printer and Bookseller under Welsh's Coffee house in Essex street, [1750?]. ESTC No. T40346. Grub Street ID 269423.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers, a comedy: written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for H. Lintot, J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper, MDCCLI. [1751]. ESTC No. T128915. Grub Street ID 178431.
  • Steele, Richard. The lying lover: or, the ladies friendship. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed for George Risk, at the Shakespear's Head in Dame's-Street, M,DCC,LII. [1752]. ESTC No. T10002. Grub Street ID 153999.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Glasgow: printed and sold by Robert & Andrew Foulis, 1753. ESTC No. T217627. Grub Street ID 242504.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Glasgow: printed and sold by Robert & Andrew Foulis, MDCCLIII. [1753]. ESTC No. T184180. Grub Street ID 220540.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband: or, the accomplish'd fools. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Glasgow: printed and sold by R. and A. Foulis, 1754. ESTC No. N69590. Grub Street ID 50608.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Glasgow: printed by James Knox, 1755. ESTC No. N51077. Grub Street ID 35089.
  • Steele, Richard. The Christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. By Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper, 1755. ESTC No. T75018. Grub Street ID 297812.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers, a comedy : written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper, and H. Lintot, MDCCLV. [1755]. ESTC No. T31226. Grub Street ID 262054.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatick works of Sir Richard Steele. Containing, The Conscious Lovers. The Funeral. The Tender Husband. The Lying Lover. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, S. Draper, and H. Lintot; and sold by W. Reeve, opposite Crane Court in Fleet-Street, [1755?]. ESTC No. T34943. Grub Street ID 265169.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral, or grief a-la-mode, a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Edinburgh: printed for G. Hamilton, and J. Balfour, M,DCC,LV. [1755]. ESTC No. T121754. Grub Street ID 172514.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Edinburgh: printed for G. Hamilton and J. Balfour, M,DCC,LV. [1755]. ESTC No. T121760. Grub Street ID 172521.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband; or, the accomplish'd fools. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, S. Crowder and Co. T. Caslon, G. Kearsley, and T. Lownds, 1756. ESTC No. N13493. Grub Street ID 3404.
  • Steele, Richard. The christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. Whitehaven: printed and sold by W. Masheder, 1756. ESTC No. T184138. Grub Street ID 220501.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed for George Risk, at Shakespear's Head in Dame-Street, MDCCLVII. [1757]. ESTC No. T10001. Grub Street ID 153989.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson in the Strand, MDCCLVIII. [1758]. ESTC No. N2844. Grub Street ID 17670.
  • Steele, Richard. The works of Sir Richard Steele. Containing, The funeral, ... The Christian hero. Dublin: printed for Peter Wilson, John Exshaw, and Hulton Bradley, 1759. ESTC No. N36261. Grub Street ID 24240.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatic works of Sir Richard Steele, Knt. Containing, The funeral. The tender husband. The lying lover. The conscious lovers. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, 1760. ESTC No. N55215. Grub Street ID 38741.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed for Ann Leathley, in Dame-Street, MDCCLX. [1760]. ESTC No. T161043. Grub Street ID 200292.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed for P. Wilson, J. Exshaw, and H. Bradley, Booksellers in Dame-Street, 1760. ESTC No. T133657. Grub Street ID 182402.
  • Steele, Richard. The lying lover: or, the ladies friendship. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for S. Crowder, & Co. T. Caslon, T. Lownds, and H. Woodgate & S. Brooks, MDCCLX. [1760]. ESTC No. T38794. Grub Street ID 268207.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers, a comedy: written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, S. Crowder and Co. H. Woodgate and S. Brooks, T. Caslon, and T. Lownds, 1760. ESTC No. N15059. Grub Street ID 4793.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatick works of Sir Richard Steele, Knt. Containing, The funeral. The tender husband. The lying lover. The conscious lovers. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, 1760. ESTC No. N49325. Grub Street ID 33723.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatic works of Sir Richard Steele, Knt. Containing The funeral. The tender husband. The lying lover. The conscious lovers. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, S. Crowder, T. Caslon, T. Lownds, H. Woodgate, and S. Brookes, 1760. ESTC No. N48418. Grub Street ID 32970.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband; or, the accomplish'd fools. A comedy, written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, S. Crowder and Co. T. Caslon, G. Kearsley, and T. Lownds, MDCCLXI. [1761]. ESTC No. N13494. Grub Street ID 3405.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatic works of Sir Richard Steele, Knt. Containing, The funeral. The tender husband. The lying lover. The conscious lovers. To which is prefixed, an account of his life and writings. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, S. Crowder, T. Caslon, T. Lownds, H. Woodgate, and S. Brookes, 1761. ESTC No. T209757. Grub Street ID 238221.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers, a comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Cork: printed by Phineas and George Bagnell, Booksellers, in Castle-Street, 1761. ESTC No. T31227. Grub Street ID 262055.
  • Steele, Richard. The Christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. London: printed for T. Wentworth, 1764. ESTC No. N28773. Grub Street ID 17971.
  • Steele, Richard. The lying lover: or, the ladies friendship. A comedy. By Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for T. Lownds, T. Caslon, and W. Nicoll, MDCCLXIV. [1764]. ESTC No. T38795. Grub Street ID 268208.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers, a comedy: written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, T. Caslon, G. Kearsly, T. Lownds, and W. Nicoll, MDCCLXIV. [1764]. ESTC No. T26037. Grub Street ID 258226.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatic works of Sir Richard Steele, Knt. Containing, The funeral. The tender husband. The lying lover. The conscious lovers. To which is prefixed, an account of his life and writings. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, S. Crowder, T. Caslon, T. Lownds, H. Woodgate, and S. Brookes, 1761 [1764?]. ESTC No. N29223. Grub Street ID 18401.
  • Steele, Richard. The christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. By Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson in the Strand, MDCCLXVI. [1766]. ESTC No. T164498. Grub Street ID 202769.
  • Steele, Richard. The Christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. By Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for C. Scott; and J. Brown, 1766. ESTC No. N28014. Grub Street ID 17236.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers, a comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Gottingen: printed for Victorinus Bossiegel, 1767. ESTC No. N27083. Grub Street ID 16387.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers, a comedy: written by Sir Richard Steele. With alterations, as performed at the theatres. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, T. Caslon, T. Lownds, W. Nicoll, and S. Bladon, 1767. ESTC No. T31229. Grub Street ID 262057.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers, a comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Gottingen: printed for Victorinus Bossiegel, 1767. ESTC No. T151075. Grub Street ID 196598.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers, a comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. With alterations, as performed at the theatres. London: printed for W. Strahan, W. Owen, T. Lowndes, T. Caslon, W. Nicoll, S. Bladon, and W. Griffin, 1768. ESTC No. N27113. Grub Street ID 16401.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, Grief A-la-Mode. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for W. Strahan, W. Owen, T. Caslon, T. Lowndes, W. Nicoll, S. Bladon, and W. Griffin, MDCCLXVIII. [1768]. ESTC No. T40347. Grub Street ID 269424.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. By Sir Richard Steele. Edinburgh: printed by and for Martin & Wotherspoon, 1768. ESTC No. T119742. Grub Street ID 171126.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatic works of Sir Richard Steele, Knt. Containing, The funeral. The tender husband. The lying lover. The conscious lovers. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, S. Crowder, T. Caslon, T. Lownds, H. Woodgate, and S. Brookes, MDCCLX. [1760] [1768?]. ESTC No. N29222. Grub Street ID 18400.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. By Sir Richard Steele. Edinburgh: printed by and for Martin & Wotherspoon, M.DCC.LXVIII. [1768]. ESTC No. T75194. Grub Street ID 297974.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers, a comedy; written by Sir Richard Steele. With alterations, as performed at the theatres. London: printed for J. Whitworth, No. 3, Playhouse-Yard, Black Friars, [1770?]. ESTC No. T128916. Grub Street ID 178432.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Glasgow: printed by Robert and Andrew Foulis, M.DCC.LXXI. [1771]. ESTC No. T186864. Grub Street ID 222977.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatic works of Sir Richard Steele, Knt. Containing, The funeral. The tender husband. The lying lover. The conscious lovers. To which is prefixed, an account of his life and writings. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, S. Crowder, T. Caslon, T. Lownds, H. Woodgate, and S. Brookes, MDCCLXI. [1761] [i.e. 1771?]. ESTC No. T151622. Grub Street ID 196917.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband; or, the accomplish'd fools. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for T. Lowndes, W. Owen, T. Caslon, W. Nicholl, S. Bladon, and W. Griffin, MDCCLXXI. [1771]. ESTC No. T49965. Grub Street ID 277697.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatic works of Sir Richard Steele, Knt. Containing The funeral. The tender husband. The lying lover. The conscious lovers. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, S. Crowder, T. Caslon, T. Lownds, and S. Bladon, MDCCLX. [1760] [1771]. ESTC No. T34931. Grub Street ID 265157.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers: a comedy. By Sir Richard Steele. Edinburgh: printed and sold by J. Robertson, 1774. ESTC No. N27082. Grub Street ID 16386.
  • Steele, Richard. The lying lover: or, the ladies friendship. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Glasgow: printed by Robert & Andrew Foulis, 1776. ESTC No. T210187. Grub Street ID 238425.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral; or, Grief A-La-Mode. A comedy, as written by Sir Richard Steele. distinguishing also the Variations of the Theatre, as performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Regulated from the prompt-book, By Permission of the Managers, by Mr. Hopkins, prompter. London: printed for John Bell, near Exeter-Exchange, in the Strands and C. Etherington, at York, MDCCLXXVI. [1776]. ESTC No. T40344. Grub Street ID 269421.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy, by Sir Richard Steele. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Regulated from the prompt-book, By Permission of the Managers, by Mr. Hopkins, prompter. London: printed for John Bell, near Exeter-Exchange, in the Strand, and C. Etherington, at York, MDCCLXXVI. [1776]. ESTC No. T31223. Grub Street ID 262051.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers, a comedy, written by Sir Richard Steele. Marked with the variations of the manager's books, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. London: printed for W. Strahan, W. Owen, T. Caslon, T. Lowndes, W. Nicoll, and S. Bladon, 1776. ESTC No. T31228. Grub Street ID 262056.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers, a comedy: written by Sir Richard Steele. With alterations, as performed at the theatres. London: printed for and sold by W. Oxlade, 1776. ESTC No. T26048. Grub Street ID 258238.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Belfast: printed by H. and R. Joy, Printers and Book-Sellers, M.DCC.LXXVI. [1776]. ESTC No. T126369. Grub Street ID 176322.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. By Sir Richard Steele. Edinburgh: printed and sold by J. Robertson, M,DCC,LXXVI. [1776]. ESTC No. N18423. Grub Street ID 7898.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral: or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Marked with the variations of the manager's book, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. London: printed for W. Strahan, W. Owen, T. Caslon, T. Lowndes, W. Nicoll, and S. Bladon, 1777. ESTC No. T40348. Grub Street ID 269425.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Dublin: printed by C. Talbot, in Parliament street, for W. Colles, W. Wilson, and J. Exshaw, Booksellers in Dame-Street, 1777. ESTC No. T31219. Grub Street ID 262046.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband; or, the accomplish'd fools. A comedy, as written by Sir Richard Steele. ... as performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Regulated from the prompt-book, ... by Mr. Hopkins, prompter. London: printed for John Bell; and C. Etherington, at York, 1777. ESTC No. T49962. Grub Street ID 277694.
  • Steele, Richard. The dramatic works of Sir Richard Steele, Knt. Containing, The funeral. The tender husband. The lying lover. The conscious lovers. To which is prefixed, An account of his life and writings. London: printed for J. and R. Tonson, S. Crowder, T. Caslon, T. Lownds, H. Woodgate, and S. Brookes, 1761 [1777]. ESTC No. T34932. Grub Street ID 265158.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatres-Royal in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. By Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for J. Wenman, No 144, Fleet-Street; and sold by all other booksellers in town and country, MDCCLXXVIII. [1778]. ESTC No. T31220. Grub Street ID 262048.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband; or, the accomplish'd fools. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatres-Royal in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. By Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for Harrison and Co. No 18, Paternoster-Row; and sold, likewise by J. Wenman, Fleet-Street; and all other booksellers, MDCCLXXIX. [1779]. ESTC No. T49961. Grub Street ID 277693.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral; or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatres-Royal in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. Written by Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for Harrison and Co. No 18, Paternoster-Row; and sold, likewise, by J. Wenman, Fleet-Street; and all other booksellers, MDCCLXXX. [1780]. ESTC No. T40343. Grub Street ID 269420.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Glasgow: printed by Will. Bell, 1782. ESTC No. T161045. Grub Street ID 200293.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers, a comedy, written by Sir Richard Steele. Marked with the variations of the manager's books, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. London: printed for W. Strahan, W. Owen, T. Caslon, T. Lowndes, W. Nicoll, and S. Bladon, M.DCC.LXXXII. [1782]. ESTC No. T161046. Grub Street ID 200294.
  • Steele, Richard. Youth's preceptor, containing a grammar of the English tongue; A Treatise on the Art of Poetry. Rhetoric, or the Art of Persuasion. Logic, or the Art of Reasoning. Tables for various useful Calculations. Illustrated with several plates, containing Thirteen Alphabets used in Writing and Printing. The whole forming a complete system of an English education. A new edition compiled for the use of schools. By Sir Richard Steele. London: printed for M. Smith and W. Davies, MDCCLXXXII. [1782]. ESTC No. N14389. Grub Street ID 4272.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy by Sir Richard Steele. ... Edinburg: at the Apollo Press, by the Martins, for Bell, London, 1782. ESTC No. T151076. Grub Street ID 196599.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers: a comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Taken from the manager's book at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. London: printed for R. Butters, No. 79, Fleet-Street; and sold by all booksellers in town and country, [1785?]. ESTC No. T161047. Grub Street ID 200295.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband; or, the accomplished fools. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Marked with the variations in the manager's book, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. London: printed for W. Lowndes, W. Owen, W. Nicoll, and S. Bladon., M.DCC.LXXXVII. [1787]. ESTC No. T49967. Grub Street ID 277699.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers: a comedy. By Sir Richard Steele. Glasgow: printed and sold by Robert Duncan, 1789. ESTC No. T161040. Grub Street ID 200289.
  • Steele, Richard. The lover, written in imitation of The tatler; by Marmaduke Myrtle, Gent. To which is added The reader. Both by the author of The tatler and Spectator. London: printed by and for J. Nichols, M,DCC,LXXXIX. [1789]. ESTC No. T135288. Grub Street ID 183729.
  • Steele, Richard. The town talk, The fish pool, The plebeian, The old Whig, The spinster, &c. By the authors of the Tatler, Spectator, and Guardian. Now first collected; with notes and illustrations. London: printed by and for John Nichols, 1789. ESTC No. T147701. Grub Street ID 194243.
  • Steele, Richard. The town talk, The fish pool, The plebeian, The old Whig, The spinster, &c. By the authors of the Tatler, Spectator, and Guardian. Now first collected with notes and illustrations. Dublin: printed by Zachariah Jackson. For Messrs. H. Chamberlaine, P. Wogan, P. Byrne, W. McKenzie, J. Jones, J. Halpen, and Grueber and Mcallister, 1790. ESTC No. N26283. Grub Street ID 15660.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral; or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Taken from the manager's book at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. London: printed by R. Butters, No. 79, Fleet-Street, and sold by all book-sellers in town and country, [1790?]. ESTC No. T141135. Grub Street ID 188752.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband; or, the accomplished fools. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele. Taken from the manager's book, at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. London: printed by R. Butters, No. 79, Fleet-Street, and sold by all book-sellers in town and country, [1790?]. ESTC No. T141138. Grub Street ID 188755.
  • Steele, Richard. The town talk, The fish pool, The plebeian, The old Whig, The spinster, &c. By the authors of the Tatler, Spectator, and Guardian. First collected in 1789; with notes and illustrations. London: printed by and for John Nichols, M.DCC.XC. [1790]. ESTC No. N23273. Grub Street ID 12635.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy, by Sir Richard Steele. Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. Regulated from the prompt-books, by permission of the manager. London: printed for the proprietors, under the direction of John Bell, British Library, Strand, Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, MDCCXCI. [1791]. ESTC No. N15153. Grub Street ID 4888.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. By Sir Richard Steele. Adapted for theatrical representation as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Regulated from the prompt-book, By Permission of the Managers. London: printed for the proprietors, under the direction of John Bell, British Library, Strand, Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, MDCCXCI. [1791]. ESTC No. T31222. Grub Street ID 262050.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband; or, the accomplished fools, A comedy. By Sir Richard Steele. Adapted for theatrical representation as performed at the Theatres-Royal Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. Regulated from the prompt-books, ... London: printed for the proprietors, under the direction of John Bell, 1791. ESTC No. T49966. Grub Street ID 277698.
  • Steele, Richard. The theatre, by Sir Richard Steele; to which are added, The anti-theatre; the character of Sir John Edgar; Steele's case with the Lord Chamberlain the Crisis of Property, with the Sequel, Two Pasquins, &c. &c. Illustrated with literary and historical anecdotes by John Nichols. London: printed by and for the editor; and sold by G. G. J. and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster Row; J. Walter, Charing-Cross; and C. Dilly, in the Poultry, MDCCXCI. [1791]. ESTC No. T102254. Grub Street ID 156098.
  • Steele, Richard. The theatre, by Sir Richard Steele; to which are added, The Anti-Theatre; the character of Sir John Edgar; Steele's case with the Lord Chamberlain; the Crisis of Property, with the Sequel, Two Pasquins, &c. &c. Illustrated with literary and historical anecdotes by John Nichols. London: printed by and for the editor; and sold by G. G. J. and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster Row; J. Walter, Charing-Cross; and C. Dilly, in the Poultry, MDCCXCI. [1791]. ESTC No. T102255. Grub Street ID 156099.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband; or, the accomplished fools. A comedy. By Sir Richard Steele. Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatres-Royal, Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. Regulated from the prompt-books, by permission of the managers. London: printed for the proprietors, under the direction of John Bell, British Library, Strand, Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, MDCCXCI. [1791]. ESTC No. N24403. Grub Street ID 13765.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. By Sir Richard Steele. Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. Regulated from the prompt-books, by permission of the managers. ... London: printed for the proprietors, under the direction of John Bell, 1791. ESTC No. T170408. Grub Street ID 208117.
  • Steele, Richard. The Christian hero: an argument proving that no principles but those of religion are sufficient to make a great man. Written by Mr. Steele. Berwick: printed by W. Phorson, 1792. ESTC No. T75019. Grub Street ID 297813.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers. A comedy. By Sir Richard Steele. Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. ... Dublin: printed by J. Chambers, for William Jones, 1793. ESTC No. T31221. Grub Street ID 262049.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral or grief a-la-mode; a comedy written by Sir Richard Steele: with the variations of the manager's book, at the Theatre-Royal Covent-Garden. London: printed for W. Lowndes and S. Bladon, M.DCC.XCIV. [1794]. ESTC No. N2846. Grub Street ID 17685.
  • Steele, Richard. The conscious lovers; a comedy. By Sir Richard Steele. As performed at the Theatres Royal of London and Edinburgh. Edinburgh: printed for John Buego. Anno, 1794. ESTC No. N27683. Grub Street ID 16928.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral; or, grief a-la-mode. A comedy, by Sir Richard Steele, adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Regulated from the prompt-book. By permission of the manager. ... London: printed for, and under the direction of John Bell, 1794. ESTC No. N16668. Grub Street ID 6238.
  • Steele, Richard. The funeral; or, Grief Alamode. A comedy. By Sir Richard Steele. Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Regulated from the prompt-book, By Permission of the Manager. London: printed for, and under the direction of, John Bell, British Library, Strand, Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, MDCCXCIV. [1794]. ESTC No. T40345. Grub Street ID 269422.
  • Steele, Richard. The Lover. Written in imitation of the Tatler. By Marmaduke Myrtle, Gent. London: printed for J. Walker, 1797. ESTC No. T89027. Grub Street ID 308961.
  • Steele, Richard. The tender husband; or, the accomplished fools. A comedy. By Sir Richard Steele. Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatres-Royal, Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. Regulated from the prompt-books, by permission of the managers. ... London: printed for the proprietors, by Bunney and Gold, 1799. ESTC No. N54375. Grub Street ID 38141.