Smith, John, 1681-1766. : Records of conscience : three autobiographical narratives by conscientious objectors, 1665-1865 / edited by Peter Brock.
Smith, John, -1684. : An epitaph on Mr. John Smith, alias Ashburnham, who having been an eminent and most notorious robber on the high-way, was executed on the 26th of this present May, 1684, for murder committed on the road, and hangs now on Samford Hill in chains.
Smith, John, -1684. -- Early works to 1800. : A true relation of the execution of John Smith, alias Ashburnham, (for murder) at Stamford-hill, near Tottenham; where he was also hang'd in chains, on Monday the 26th. of May, 1684 : And of Edward Jackson, executed the same day at Tyburne, for high-treason. With a copy of a paper of his own writing deliver'd in Newgate: as likewise a true account of their behaviour, and last confessions, at the said places of execution.
Smith, John, 1745-1820. : The duty and importance of preaching God's word faithfully: [electronic resource] : a sermon delivered at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. John Smith, to the pastoral office in the Church of Christ, in Dighton, on the 22d of April, 1772. / By Levi Hart, A.M. Pastor of a Church of Christ in Preston. ; [Three lines from Paul]
Smith, John, 1752-1816. : To the electors of a representative to Congress, for the first district. [electronic resource] : By the death of the late worthy, and truly excellent Mr. Havens ...
Smith, John, 1752-1816 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of the committee appointed to inquire into the facts relating to the conduct of John Smith, a senator of the United States [electronic resource] : from the state of Ohio, as an alleged associate of Aaron Burr.
Smith, John, 1773?-1812, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The trial of Edmund Thrower, blacksmith, late of Carbrook, in Norfolk [electronic resource] : for the wilful murder of Thomas Carter, & Elizabeth Carter, his daughter, on the 16th day of October, 1793, at Cratfield, in the county of Suffolk : and also the trial of John and Elizabeth Smith, for the wilful murder of Mary Ann Smith, an infant aged 8 years, daughter of the said John Smith by a former wife, by starving and cruelty, at Cookley, in the county of Suffolk : before the Hon. Mr. Justice Heath, at the assizes held at Bury, March 21, 1812 / taken in court by George Kent.
Smith, John, 1797?-1837. : The rights of labour defended, or, The trial of the Glasgow Cotton Spinners for the alleged crime of conspiracy, &c., &c. [electronic resource] : to maintain of raise the wages of labour, before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh, on the 10th and 27th November, 1837.
Smith, John, -1832. : Trial, life and confession of Amos Miner : who was executed on Friday Dec. 27, 1833 for the murder of John Smith, Esq., late town-sergeant of Foster : with his speech under the gallows : also, the trial and sentence of Charles Brown for highway robbery : one of the most interesting works of the kind.
Smith, John. : 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.
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.
Smith, John Blair, 1756-1799. : A funeral discourse, delivered in the Third Presbyterian Church in the city of Philadelphia, on the 17th day of November, [electronic resource] : on occasion of the death of the Rev. Dr. John B. Smith, late Pastor of said church, who departed this life, on the 22d of August, 1799. / By the Rev. Dr. Samuel Blair. ; [One line from Revelation] ; Published at the desire of the congregation.
Smith, John, ca. 1735-1824 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Evidence reported to the Senate by the Committee Appointed to Inquire into the Facts Relating to the Conduct of John Smith, a senator from the state of Ohio, December 21, 1807 [electronic resource] : bill of indictment for treason : United States vs. John Smith : copy indictment for treason, Virginia District : in the Circuit Court of the United States of America, in and for the fifth circuit and Virginia District.
Smith, John : 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.