Smith Henry 1702 : The last sermon of Mr. Henry Smith : sometime Master of Arts in Christ-Church College in Oxford, & late minister in Sallop. With his earnest invitations to the Sacrament of the Lords Supper. And directions to young beginners that they may be fitted for that Holy Communion, and receive it with profit. 2. His holy and pious sayings in general, necessary for all persons. 3. Instructions for young people, exhorting them to obedience, and duty towards their parents. 4. The sad effects of disobedience, in the examples of many wicked and unnatural children, who ame [sic] to untimely ends. With prayers suitable to divers occasions, by the same author. Published for the instruction and benefit of all Christian people. Licensed and entred according to order.
Smith Henry F 1665 : Fair warnings to a careless world / in the pious letter written by the Right Honourable James Earl of Marleburgh, a little before his death, to the Right Honourable Sir Hugh Pollard, comptroller of his Maties houshold. With the last words of CXL and upwards, of the most learned and honourable persons of England, and other parts of the world.
Smith Henty 1550 1591 : A preparatiue to mariage : The summe whereof was spoken at a contract, and inlarged after. Whereunto is annexed A Treatise of the Lords supper: and another of vsurie. By Henrie Smith.