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 Smith, Reginald BosworthSmith, Professor William Robertson, LL.D. 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Smith, Sydney,
Canon of St. Paul’s (b. Woodford, June 3rd, 1768; d. February 22nd, 1845). “Six Sermons preached at Charlotte Chapel, Edinburgh” (1800); “Letters on the Catholics from Peter Plymley to his Brother Abraham” (1808); “Sermons” (1809); “The Judge that smites contrary to the Law” (1824); “A Letter to the Electors on the Catholic Question” (1826); “Three Letters to Archdeacon Singleton on the Ecclesiastical Commission” (1837–9); “The Ballot” (1837); “Letter to Lord John Russell on the Church Bills” (1838), “Letters on American Debts” (1844); “Fragment on the Irish Roman Catholic Church” (1845); “Sermons” (1846); and “Elementary Sketches of Moral Philosophy” (1849). A “Selection from his Writings” appeared in 1855; his “Wit and Wisdom” in 1861. His “Works, including his contributions to the Edinburgh Review,” were published in 1839–40. See the “Life” by Lady Holland, with the “Letters,” edited by Mrs. Austen (1858), Hayward’s “Biographical and Critical Essays” (1858, vol. i.); the Edinburgh Review, No. cii., and Fraser’s Magazinc, No. xvii.   1

 Smith, Reginald BosworthSmith, Professor William Robertson, LL.D. 


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