William Richardson (1736? - 1811)
RA Collection: People and Organisations
Bookseller, publisher, in London 1765-1811. Traded as Richardson and Urquhart 1765-84; as William, James and John Richardson 1797-1807. Addresses: Royal Exchange; Cornhill; Paternoster Row.
The Exhibition, Or A Second Anticipation: Being Remarks on the principal Works to be Exhibited next Month, at the Royal Academy; By Roger Shanhagan, Gent. - [Epigraph from Marcus Aurelius] - London,: 
Edward Edwards ARA
Anecdotes Of Painters Who Have Resided Or Been Born In England; With Critical Remarks On Their Productions; By Edward Edwards, deceased, late Teacher Of Perspective, And Associate, In The Royal Academy; Intended As A Continuation To The Anecdotes Of Painting By The Late Horace Earl Of Orford. - London:: 1808.
The Works Of The Late Edward Dayes: Containing An Excursion through the Principal Parts Of Derbyshire and Yorkshire, With Illustrative Notes By E.W. Brayley; Essays On Painting; Instructions For Drawing and Coloring Landscape; And Professional Sketches Of Modern Artists. - London:: 1805.