Smith, John Victor. : A funny thing happened on the way to the Forum [videorecording] / United Artists [presents] ; screenplay by Melvin Frank, Michael Pertwee ; produced by Melvin Frank ; directed by Richard Lester.
Smith, John W., 1867- : The quack doctor : a Negro farce in one act and one scene, played first at the St. Louis Amphitheatre, March, 1851 presented to C. White, Esq, May 1855. With the stage business, cast of characters, relative positions, &c. [in, Darkey plays, a collection of Ethiopian dramas, farces, interludes, burlesque operas, eccentricities, extravaganzas, comicalities, whimsicalities, etc., etc., as played by the principal 'burnt cork' performers all over the Union. Part three].
Smith, John W. (John Warren), 1943- : After the rain has fallen : Ground Water Management Symposium : symposium proceedings : 1998 International Water Resources Engineering Conference / sponsored by Water Resources Engineering Division of the American Society of Civil Engineers ; co-hosted by West Tennessee Branch of the Tennessee Section of ASCE, Ground Water Institute, University of Memphis, [and] U.S. Geological Survey, August 3-7, 1998, Memphis, Tennessee ; edited by John W. Smith.
Smith, John : Proposals humbly offer'd to the consideration of the honourable House of Commons, for laying a poll-tax on all horses, mares, geldings, &c. for one year : and a poundage-tax on all horses, mares, geldings, &c. that shall be bought or sold in England. Also an annual imposition or duty on all weights and measures whatsoever; as likewise on all shopkeepers and tradesmen.
Smith, John : Lord Gardenston reporter. Information for John Smith, writer to the Signet, and Isobel Colvill, daughter of the deceased George Colvill, late portioner of the Westfield of Stenhouse, by his first wife, pursuers, against Mary Moffat, relict of George Colvill, portioner of Stenhouse, now spouse to John Sprott, candlemaker in Edinburgh, and her said husband, for his interest, defenders.
Smith, John, : To the Rt. Worp'll the President, Tre'ar & Governors of Christs Hospitall, London, this compendium of writing, being a small specimen of all the usuall hands of England, is most humbly offered to your worsh'ps patronage : hoping you will favorably accept the same as an humble acknowledgment of the many and signal favours confer'd upon Your Wor'ps servant John Smith / done by John Smith, writing-master in Christs Hospital, London ; engraven by Iohn Sturt ...