Smith, George, 1737 or 1738-1808. : A sermon, preached at the chapel of St. John : at Market Street, in the county of Hertford, on Wednesday, February 10, 1779. Being the day appointed for a public fast. By George Smith, M.A. rector of Puttenham in Hertfordshire, and minister of the said chapel.
Smith, George A., : The People of the State of New York, respondent, against George A. Smith, appellant : case and exceptions / George Raines, Rochester, N.Y., attorney for appellant, Stephen J. Warren, district attorney of Monroe County, attorney for respondent.
Smith, George, active 1718. : A vindication of lawful authority: against some principles lately advanc'd to undermine the same. : Or, A confutation of Hobbism in politicks, as it is reviv'd by some modern doctors; wherein Dr. Broughton's grand apostacy is consider'd; and his notion concerning the divine right of power is set in its true light; according to the Holy Scriptures, and the testimony of the Primitive Church.
Smith, George, active 1754. : Castle-Inn, Marlborough. I beg leave to inform the publick, that those who please to honour me with their company may be entertained at the following prices, by their most obedient servant, George Smith.
Smith, George, active 1758. : Den volkomene Engelsche spraakkonst : voor heeren en juffrouwen Behelsende I. Een Nieuwe welgeschikte Engelsche Spraakkonst: II. Een wel gesteld, en wydloopig Woorden Boek. III. Gemeene Spreekwyzen. IV. Zamenspraaken op alle manieren van onderwerpen. V. Engelsche en Nederduytsche Brieven VI. Een verzaameling van uytgeleezene Spreekwyzen, Engelsch en Nederduytsch. = The compleat English grammar for gentlemen and ladies Containing. I. A New Methodical English Grammar. II. A well digested and copious vocabulary. III. Familiar Phrases. IV. Dialogues on all manner of subjects. V. English and Dutch Letters. VI. A Collection of choice proverbs, English and Dutch. Door George Smith.
Smith, George, active 1790. : A concise treatise on the happy effects of a certain course of medicine in disorders of the scurvy, gravel, stone, Rheumatism, Female Obstructions, Fevers, &c. By George Smith. Illustrated by a Number of remarkable Cases, wherein the Faculty have been egregiously mistaken.
Smith, George, active 1791. : The trial of George Rose, Esq., Secretary to the Treasury, &c., for employing Mr. Smith, a publican in Westminster, upon a late Westminster election, and not paying him : on which he was, on Thursday the 21st of July, 1791, cast in the Court of King's Bench, by a special jury, in the sum of one hundred and ten pounds five shillings! / taken in short hand, by a barrister.
Smith, George, active 1841-1849, : Opinions of the judges of the Supreme Court of the United States in the cases of Smith vs. Turner, and Norris vs. the city of Boston.
Smith, George : Essay on the construction of cottages suited for the dwellings of the labouring classes, for which the premium was voted by the Highland Society of Scotland : illustrated by working plans of single and combined cottages, on different scales of accomodation and cost ; also with specifications, details and estimates / by George Smith.
Smith, George, : State of the accounts of Col. George Smith, a sub-lieutenant of the county of Philadelphia. [electronic resource] : In which is exhibited, for the information of the public, the amount of the fines received and accounted for by him, between March 1777, and April 1780; together with lists of the fines composing the same, and the names of the persons from whom received, respectively arranged in companies and classes. : Likewise, the disbursements out of those monies, and payments thereof into the treasury.