Smith, Nathaniel, -1668?. : The innocent assemblies, and good order of the people of God (called Quakers) vindicated : from the gross asperations calumnies and slanders of two clamorous jeering pamphlets: the one, entituled, The Quakers spiritual court proclaimed; written by one Nathaniel Smith, an apostate from the truth and right way of the Lord, and so run into enmity; but his end is come, and his mouth stopped, and his lyes and slanders with the truth judged and condemned. The other from a nameless author, entituled, The Quakers cannons and constitutions, &c. Being also another work of darkness, and with the light is judged.
Smith, Oliver, 1766-1845 -- Will. : The evidence of the validity of the will of Oliver Smith and the arguments of Messrs. Choate and Webster in the Supreme Judicial Court at Northampton [electronic resource] : with a biographical sketch and a copy of the will and probate proceedings / by James W. Boyden.
Smith, Oliver, 1766-1845. -- Will -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The evidence of the validity of the will of Oliver Smith : and the arguments of Messrs. Choate and Webster, in the Supreme Judicial Court at Northampton : with a biographical sketch and a copy of the will and probate proceedings / by James W. Boyden.
Smith, Peter Thacher, 1731-1826. : The duty and honor of a minister of Christ. [electronic resource] : A sermon preached at Windham, near Casco-Bay, at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Peter Thacher Smith, to the work of the Gospel ministry, and the pastoral care of the church there, September 22, 1762. / By Samuel Langdon, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Portsmouth. ; [Two lines from Samuel]
Smith, Philip L. : The problem of values in educational thought / Philip L. Smith.
Smith, Philip T. (Philip Thomas), 1800-1880. -- Diaries. : The diary of Philip Thomas Smith on board the Royal Admiral en route for Van Dieman's Land : Philip Smith's diary of his journey as a cabin passenger on board the barque Royal Admiral from London to Hobart, 27 November 1831 - 1 April 1832, and his first impressions of Hobart town / edited by Richard Fotheringham.
Smith, Rebecca, -1768. : Elegiac and other poems. : By several hands. Gratefully inscribed to the honoured memory of a late eminently valuable citizen of the city of Bristol, Abraham Richard Hawksworth, late treasurer to the infirmary of the said city, and one of the people called Quakers. Wherein is exhibited a View of his Life, As an accomplished Model for the universal Imitation of Mankind. To which are added, some lines on Rebecca Smith, late of Nailsworth, in Glocestershire, deceased, an eminent and approved minister amongst the said people.