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.
Smith George Quaker : The liberty of an apostate conscience discovered : being a plain narrative of the controversie long depending between Francis Bugg, an officious agent in William Rogers's behalf and quarrel, on the one part, and Samuel Cater and George Smith, prisoners for the testimony of Jesus in Ely goal [sic] on the other part : with their answer to his Painted harlot, &c. ... / published for the information of all friends of truth, and others concerned, and for caution to all such agents as have promoted or spread the late books of Fr. Bugg and W. Rogers.; Cater, Samuel,
Smith John 1647 Or 1648 1727 Designed End To The Socinian Contr : A divine antidote against a devilish poyson, or, A scriptural answer to an anti-scriptural and heretical pamphlet entituled A designed end to the Socinian controversie, written by John Smith / answered by Francis Gregory, D.D. and rector of Hambleden in the county of Bucks.; Gregory, Francis,
Smith John Active 1673 1680 : Reflections on two discourses concerning the divinity of our Saviour, written by Monsieur Lamoth in French, and done into English / written to J.S.; Nye, Stephen,
Smith John Captain : The innocent cleared: or, The vindication of Captaine John Smith, Capt. Lieutenant under Colonell Rainsborough. : Against those false aspersions raised against him by one Major Wylkes: who most falsly, and without any grounds or proofe, hath accused him for being accessary to the death of Colonell Rainsborough. Whereunto are annexed two severall petitions; the one unto the High Court of Parliament, and the other unto the Lord Generall. Wherein he desires to answer for himselfe face to face in the presence of his accusers. Amsterdam, November 13th 1648.; Smith, John,
Smith Joseph 1823 1898 : Memoir of Joseph Smith of South Holme, late of Huggate and Riseborough, Wesleyan local preacher : with records from his diary, together with speeches and sermons.; Smith, Joseph,
Smith Junius : Junius Smith : a biography of the father of the Atlantic liner.; Pond, E. Leroy.
Smith Lillian Eugenia : Lillian Smith : a southerner confronting the South, a biography.; Loveland, Anne C.,
Smith Margaret Lady Approximately 1637 : An elegie sacred to the immortall memory of the honoured and most accomplished lady, Margaret Lady Smith, one of the ladies of her Majesties honourable privie chamber : Dedicated to the true lover of all good learning and perfect mirrour of his rank, Edvvard Savage Esquire (one of the gent: of his Majesties most honourable privie chamber) her noble and lamenting husband. Composed by his most humble and devoted servant, R.C.
Smith Mary 1616 : A treatise of witchcraft : VVherein sundry propositions are laid downe, plainely discouering the wickednesse of that damnable art, with diuerse other speciall points annexed, not impertinent to the same, such as ought diligently of euery Christian to be considered. With a true narration of the witchcrafts which Mary Smith, wife of Henry Smith glouer, did practise: of her contract vocally made between the Deuill and her, in solemne termes, by whose meanes she hurt sundry persons whom she enuied: which is confirmed by her owne confession, and also from the publique records of the examination of diuerse vpon their oathes: and lastly, of her death and execution, for the same; which was on the twelfth day of Ianuarie last past. By Alexander Roberts B.D. and preacher of Gods Word at Kings-Linne in Norffolke.; Roberts, Alexander,
Smith Mary 1653 : Death's alarum: or, Security's vvarning-piece. : A sermon preached in S. Dionis Back-Church, at the funerall of Mrs. Mary Smith (daughter of Mr. Isaac Colfe, formerly minister of Gods Word at Chadwell in Essex, and late wife of Mr. Richard Smith of London, draper) who dyed the 9th. day of Novemb. 1653. and was buried the 16th of the same moneth. By Nath: Hardy, Mr. of Arts, and preacher to that parish.; Hardy, Nathaniel,
Smith Mary 1688 : The duty and support of believers in life and death : a funeral sermon on the death of Mrs. Mary Smith, who deceased Feb. 29, 1687/8 preached, on the Lords Day following, March 4, to the auditory whereof she was a constant member.; T. C.
Smith Nancy Stark : Caught falling : the confluence of contact improvisation, Nancy Stark Smith, and other moving ideas / written and conceived by David Koteen and Nancy Stark Smith ; with a backword by Steve Paxton.; Koteen, David.