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Richards, G. H. (George Henry) Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Australia National Library of Ireland

Richards, George Henry, 1819-1896 National Library of France Sudoc [ABES], France

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Richards, G. H. 1819-1896 German National Library

Richards, George Henry 1820-1896 National Library of Spain

VIAF ID: 39693396 (Personal)

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Commander. G.H. Richards, of the Royal Arctic Navy, (the sole lessee, and manager,) has the honor to acquaint, the nobility, and gentry, of North Cornwall that he has, at a considerable personal sacrifice, (and with the almost sole view, of contributing, to their entertainment,) engaged a highly select, and talented, corps dramatique, and has entirely rebuilt, and re embellished, the Queens, Arctic Theatre, and that on the ninth of November being the birth day of His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall, and Earl of Dublin, will be performed, for the first time, in this country, the inimitable comedy, of the Irish Tutor ... : after whieh [sic] ... the perfect farce of the Silent woman ... Library and Archives Canada
Depuis le golfe Burrard et le havre Nanaimo, jusqu'au cap Scott et sur la côte ouest de l'île National Library of France
[Explanation of signs and abbreviation] [as used on the more recent charts issued by the hydrographic Department Admiralty] National Library of France
Labrador [Document cartographique] : North America, east coast ("Rear Admiral G.H. Richards, F.R.S. hydrographer") National Library and Archives of Québec
Life and letters of the late admiral sir Bartolomew James Sulivan, K. G. B., 1810-1890 National Library of France
North America-West Coast, South side of Vancouver I Sudoc [ABES], France
Pilote de la Nouvelle-Zélande, d'après les travaux exécutés par les navires de S. M. B. "l'Achéron" et "la Pandora", capitaine J. Lort Stokes et commander Byron Drury. Compilation faite par le capitaine G. H. Richards et M. F. J. Evans,... 3e édition... Traduit de l'anglais par A. Jouan,... revu et mis au courant... des travaux les plus récents, par M. Sallot Des Noyers,... National Library of France
Pilote de l'île de Vancouver routes à suivre sur les côtes de l'île Vancouver et de la Colombie anglaise National Library of France
Report on the maritime canal connecting the Mediterranean at Port Said, with the Red Sea at Suez National Library of Ireland
Sydney (Canadá) (Columbia Británica) National Library of Spain
Sydney Inlet to Nitinat including Clayoquot & Barclay Sounds National Library of Spain
Vancouver Island pilot National Library of France Library and Archives Canada Library of Congress/NACO
A vindication of his motives and conduct from the aspersions of his enemies, 1815?: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Australia National Library of Ireland

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