Smith, Jacobus Pearson. : Dissertatio medica inauguralis, de rheumatismo acuto : quam, Annuente Summo Numine, Ex Auctoritate Reverendi admodum Viri, D. Georgii Baird, SS. T.P. Academiae Edinburgenae Praefecti; Necnon Amplissimi Senatus Academici Consensu; Et Nobilissimae Facultatis Medicae Decreto; pro gradu doctoris, Summisque In Medicina Honoribus AC Privilegiis Rite ET Legitime Consequendis; eruditorum examini subjicit Jacobus Pearson Smith, Anglus; Societ. Reg. Med. Edin. Soc. Ad diem 24. Junii, hor? locoque solitis.
Smith, Jacquelin. : The wonderful world of mathematics : a critically annotated list of children's books in mathematics.
Smith, James, 1708-1775. : The case of James Smith, Late Minister at Newburn, and of Robert Ferrier, Late Minister at Largo, truly represented and defended.
Smith, James, 1737-1812. : An account of the remarkable occurrences in the life and travels of Col. James Smith, (now a citizen of Bourbon County, Kentucky) during his captivity with the Indians, in the years 1755, '56, '57, '58, & '59, [electronic resource] : in which the customs, manners, traditions, theological sentiments, mode of warfare, military tactics, discipline and encampments, treatment of prisoners, &c. are better explained, and more minutely related, than has been heretofore done, by any author on that subject. Together with a description of the soil, timber and waters, where he travelled with the Indians, during his captivity. : To which is added, a brief account of some very uncommon occurrences, which transpired after his return from captivity; as well as of the different campaigns carried on against the Indians to the westward of Fort Pitt, since the year 1755, to the present date. / Written by himself.
Smith, James, 1749-1810. : Historical sketche's of the relief church : And a few subjects of controversy discussed. With an address to the Burgher Clergy. By Mr. James Smith, minister of the relief church in Dunsermline.
Smith, James, -1756. : The remarkable life of James Smith : a famous young highwayman, who was executed at Surbiton-Common, near Kingston upon Thames, on Thursday, the 9th day of September, 1756, for a robbery in Surrey. Containing a true and faithful narrative of all the robberies that he has, within a few years, committed in London, and in the Country, amounting to One Hundred and Six in Number, although he was not Twenty-Two Years of Age when he suffered. Written by himself, whilst under Sentence of Death in the Gaol at Kingston: And delivered to Mr. John Hammett, Keeper of the Country Gaol of Surry. Together with his Serious Reflections on a Future State; and several Letters, particularly One from a Methodist Teacher, &c. And to this paper is annex'd the dying words of John Lauder, Esq; who was executed at Pennenden-Heath, near Maidstone, in the County of Kent, on Monday, the 16th of August, 1756, for the Murder of William Brown, a Post-Boy.
Smith, James, -1830. : The golden calves of Dan and Bethel : or, the Alliance of Church and State, an Ancient Political Engine. A discourse delivered at Kilbride on Thursday the 26th of February, 1795. By James Smith, V. D. M.
Smith, James A. (James Andrew) : Marks of an apostle [electronic resource] : deconstruction, Philippians, and problematizing Pauline theology / James A. Smith.
Smith, James, active 18th century. : A new treatise of fluxions. : Containing, I. The elements of fluxions, demonstrated in two easy propositions, without first or last ratios. II. A treatise of nascent and evanescent quantities, first and last ratios. III. Sir Isaac Newton's demonstration of the fluxions enlarged and illustrated. IV. Answers to the principal objections in the anylist. By James Smith, A.M.
Smith, James, active 1722. : An examination of the signs of the times: or, seasonable remarks on Mr. Massey's sermon. Proving that 'tis an unscriptural, prevaricating and seditious libel. By James Smith, B. D.
Smith, James, active 1734. : A confession of faith, delivered at Rochford, in Essex, the twenty-seventh of June, 1734. By James Smith, at his Ordination.