A courtroom in which a chaplain sits in the middle of a group of councillors, three of whom are linked to a chain pulled by the devil with the head of a bull; below, two defendants receive a subpoena. Etching, 1772.
- Townshend, George Townshend, Marquis, 1724-1807.
- [February 1772?]
A plan of discipline for the use of the Norfolk militia. In three parts. Part I. Containing The Manual Exercise, with Explanations. The Officers Exercise, and Manner of Saluting, And the Halbert Exercise. Part II. Method of Teaching the Exercise. Rules and Directions for Marching and Wheeling. The Prussian and oblique Steps. Marching, Counter-Marching, and Wheeling by Platoons. Exercise by single Companies. Part III. Reviewing, Forming the Battalion, Firings, Evolutions, Mounting and Relieving a Guard, Standing Orders, &c. With an Introduction from Aelian, Vegetius, Folard, K. of Prussia, M. Saxe Wolfe, and the most celebrated Ancient and Modern Authors: The whole represented in the most accurate and expressive Manner, by above 100 Figures, on 55 Folio and Quarto Copper Plates. Containing several Articles necessary to be known to all Officers, not to be found in any Work of this Kind. By William Windham, Esq; and the Right Hon. George Lord Visc. Townshend, Lord Lieut. of Ireland. The second edition, greatly improved. To which now is added, the present manual exercise for the army, as ordered by His Majesty and the Adjutant General. With Encampments for Infantry and Cavalry.
- Windham, William, 1717-1761.
The rights and privileges of Parlements asserted upon constitutional principles; against the modern anticonstitutional clames of chief governors, To take Notice of, Animadvert upon, and Protest against the Procedings of either House of Parlement. Humbly addressed to His Excellency George, Lord Visc. Townshend, Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland. By C. Lucas, M. D. One of the Representatives of the City of Dublin in Parlement.
- Lucas, Charles, 1713-1771.
- MDCCLXX.