Smith, Timothy R., 1945- : Something about the author. Volume 151 : facts and pictures about authors and illustrators of books for young people / Lisa Kumar, project editor.
Smith, Tobias, 1773-1792. : An account of Tobias Smith : a gipsy, who was executed at Bedford, April 3d, 1792. Published at the earnest request of himself, and many others who visited him in Confinement. By Thomas Tattershall.
Smith, Tobias, 1773-1792. -- Early works to 1800. : An extraordinary account of Tobias Smith : a gipsy, who was executed at Bedford, April 3d, 1792. Published at the earnest request of himself, and many others who visited him in Consinement. By Thomas Tattershall.
Smith, W. A., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Supreme Court of the United States, no. 153 [electronic resource] : the Southern Express Company, appellant, vs. the Western North Carolina Railroad Company, W.A. Smith, Henry Clews, W.W. Rollins, W.R. Pearson, W.P. Cannaday, Samuel McD. Tate, and William H. Howerton, respondents : brief for appellant.
Smith, W. Sidney (William Sidney), 1764-1840. : Glorious defeat of the French gun-boats! : A true and particular account of the total defeat of the Grand French Flotilla, at the island of St. Marcou, when seven were sunk, one taken, and the rest driven off. To which is added, a true and circumstantial account of the escape of that gallant hero Sir Sidney Smith, from a French Prison; also, an exact likeness of Sir Sidney, in his uniform, engraved from a painting in the possession of a gentleman at Windsor. By a Perusal of this book it may be seen how little Old England has to fear from the boasted French invasion.