Self-defence not inconsistent with the precepts of religion. The substance of a sermon, preached at Hawkstone Chapel, before the two troops of North Shropshire Deomanry Cabalry, September 25, 1798; the day of the presentation of their standard. By the Rev. Richard De Courcy, vicar of St. Alkmond's Shrewsbury.
- De Courcy, Richard, 1743-1803.
The history of the first and second session of the last Parliament. Wherein Are contain'd the Debates at large in Mr. Steele's Case; with his Defence of himself: Also the several Arguments for and against the Treaty of Commerce with Spain, and the Three Explanatory Articles in the Committee that had under their consideration the State of the Nation; with the whole Proceedings relating to the Schism-Bill, and the Lords Protest thereupon; the Payment of the Hanover Troops; the Removal of the Pretender from Lorrain; the setting a Price upon his Head; and the Bill for the better Support of His Majesty's Houshold. To which is added the Number of Voices the most Important Resolutions were carry'd by; with a compleat Narrative of every thing material that pass'd in the Upper and Lower House of Convocation, from its First Sitting to its Last Rising. Illustrated with several learned and curious Speeches, and dedicated to Richard Steele, Esq; By G. F. gent.
- Flint, George.