Smith William Active 1655 : The Humble petition of the prisoners in the fleet: : as it was presented to his Highness the Lord Protector, and his Honourable councell. The 18th. day of May, 1655. Remonstrating the illegality of outlaries, arrests, and imprisonments, in civill, and personall actions. With an expedient for the satisfaction of all debts for ever, without arrests or imprisonment.
Smith William Chaplain To King James I : The black-smith : a sermon preached at White-Hall before the Kings Most Excellent Majestie, the young prince, the councell, &c. on Loe-Sunday, 1606, and by commaundment put to print / by W.S. Doct. in Diunitie chaplaine to His Majestie.
Smith William Of Twickenham : The proposals of William Smith, for the disposal of an estate in Twickenham, : over against Richmond-Wells, being houses, and land to them; and six houses in or near London, for the payment of his debts. With some money-tickets, to ballance the prizes, being 24000 tickets, at half a crown a ticket.
Smith William Paul : Commercial bank entry into revenue bond underwriting : competitive impact & public benefits.
Smith William Priest : Qvi non credit condemnabitvr Marc. 16. Or A discourse prouing, that a man who beleeueth in the Trinity, the Incarnation, the Passion &c. & yet beleeueth not all other inferiour articles of Christian fayth, cannot be saued : And consequently, that both the Catholike, and the Protestant (seeing the one necessarily wanteth true fayth) cannot be saued. Written by William Smith, Priest.
Smith William Prisoner : To the High Court of Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland. The humble petition of the prisoners for debt in the Upper-Bench prison..
Smith William Provost Marshall General : Newes from Smith the Oxford jaylqr [sic]. : With the arraignment of Mercurius Aulicus, who is sentenced to stand in the pillory three market dayes, for his notorious libelling against state and kingdome.
Smith William Ramsay : Illustrations of zoology invertebrates and vertebrates / by William Ramsay Smith and J. Stewart Norwell.