Smeethe Mr 1680 : Great and bloody news, from Turnham-Green, or A relation of a sharp encounter, between the Earl of Pembrook, and his company, with the constable and vvatch belonging to the parish of Chiswick on the 18 instant. : In vvhich conflict one Mr. Smeethe a gentleman, and one Mr. Halfpenny, a constable of the said parish vvere mortally wounded, ... vvith several other remarkable circumstances that happened in and after the dispute.
Smith Andrew Sir : Sir Andrew Smith, M.D., K.C.B. : his life, letters and works.; Kirby, Percival Robson.
Smith Ann 1656 : Gods esteem of the death of his saints, or, A sermon preached in the parish church of St. Matthew Friday-street : at the funeral of the truely virtuous and religious gentlewoman Mris. Ann Smith, daughter of Mr. William Wase, Gentleman in Windsor, and late wife of Mr. John Smith citizen and salter of London : January the 22th M. DC. LVI / by Matthew Fowler ...; Fowler, Matthew,
Smith Asa Bowen 1809 1886 : The mountains we have crossed : diaries and letters of the Oregon Mission, 1838 / introductions and editorial notes by Clifford Merrill Drury ; introduction to the Bison Books edition by Bonnie Sue Lewis.
Smith Asael : Joseph Smith's New England heritage : influences of grandfathers Solomon Mack and Asael Smith.; Anderson, Richard Lloyd.
Smith Bessie 1898 1937 : Blues legacies and Black feminism : Gertrude "Ma" Rainey, Bessie Smith, and Billie Holiday / Angela Y. Davis.; Davis, Angela Y.
Smith Carolyn 1975 : Cutting it out : a journey through psychotherapy and self-harm.; Smith, Carolyn,
Smith Charles Edward 1838 1879 Diaries : From the deep of the sea : being the diary of the late Charles Edward Smith, M.R.C.S., surgeon of the whale-ship Diana, of Hull / edited by his son, Charles Edward Smith Harris.; Smith, Charles Edward,
Smith Elizabeth 1691 : Murther upon murther: : being a full and true relation of a horrid and bloody murther, committed upon the bodies of Mrs. Sarah Hodges, wife of Mr. Thomas Hodges, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith and Hannah Williams, at the Loyal Coffee-House near Well-Close at the end of East-Smith-field, on Saturday the 17th. of this instant January 1691.