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.
Smith, Wilfred Cantwell, 1916-2000 -- Congresses. : Religion in history [electronic resource] : the word, the idea, the reality / edited by Michel Despland and Gérard Vallée = La religion dans l'histoire : le mot, l'idée, la réalité / sous la direction de Michel Despland et Gérard Vallée.
Smith, Willem. : The trial of Gustav Rau, Otto Monsson and Willem Smith : the 'Veronica' trial / edited by G.W. Keeton and John Cameron.
Smith, William. : The map that changed the world : the tale of William Smith and the birth of a science / Simon Winchester.
Smith, William, 1460?-1514. : The lives of William Smyth Bishop of Lincoln and Sir Richard Sutton Knight : founders of Brasen Nose College; chiefly compiled from registers and other authentic evidences: with an appendix of letters and papers never before printed. By Ralph Churton, M. A. Rector of Middleton Cheney, Northamptonshire, and Late Fellow of Brasen Nose College.
Smith, William, 1616 or 1617-1696. : The proceedings at the Sessions of the Peace held at Hicks-Hall, for the county of Middlesex, Decemb. 5, 1681 : with His Majesties two orders, and Sir William Smith's speech to the grand jury concerning putting the laws in execution against Popish recusants and conventicles, together with his discourse upon the statute of the 3d. of Hen. 8. (herewith printed) concerning the power of the justices of the peace to impannel juries.
Smith, William, 1616 or 1617-1696 -- Early works to 1800. : The proceedings at the Sessions of the Peace held at Hicks-Hall, for the county of Middlesex, Decemb. 5. 1681. : With His Majesties two orders, and Sir William Smith's speech to the grand jury, concerning putting the laws in execution against popish recusants and conventicles: together with his discourse upon the statute of the 3d. of Hen. 8. (herewith printed) concerning the power of the justices of the peace to impannel juries. Printed and published by the order of the said justices.
Smith, William, 1727-1803. : A brief view of the conduct of Pennsylvania, for the year 1755 : so far as it affected the general service of the British colonies, particularly the expedition under the late General Braddock... In a second letter to a friend in London.
Smith, William, 1727-1803. : An humble apology for the Quakers : addressed to great and small. Occasioned by certain gross abuses and imperfect vindications of that people, relative to the late public fast. To which are added observations on a new pamphlet, intituled A brief view of the conduct of Pensylvania for the year 1755... And also a much fairer method pointed out, than that contained in the brief state of Pennsylvania to prevent the incroachments of the French, and restore quiet to the province.