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Smith, Guillaume
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Smith, William Loughton
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
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Chalmers, George (1742-1825)
Chalmers, James (1727?-1806)
Franklin, Benjamin (1706-1790)
Hall, David (1714-1772)
Hamilton, Alexander (1757-1804)
Marian S. Carson Collection (Library of Congress)
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Smith, William (1727-1803)
State Society of the Cincinnati of Pennsylvania
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Account of the College, Academy, and Charitable School of Philadelphia in Pennsylvania
account of the proceedings of the Ilinois and Ouabache Land Companies in pursuance of their purchases made of the independent natives, July 5th, 1773, and 18th October, 1775., An
Additional discourses and essays Being a supplement to the first edition of discourses on several public occasions during the war in America. Published for the use of the purchasers of that edition. By William Smith, D.D. provost of the College and Academy of Philadelphia.
address to the Associated Friends of the People, An
address to the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, in the case of the violated charter, of the College, Academy, and Charitable School of Philadelphia, &c., An
Ahiman rezon abridged and digested as a help to all that are, or would be Free and Accepted Masons. To which is added, a sermon, preached in Christ-Church, Philadelphia, at a general communication, celebrated, agreeable to the constitutions, on Monday, December 28, 1778, as the anniversary of St. John the Evangelist. Published by order of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, by William Smith, D.D
American magazine and monthly chronicle for the British colonies .., The
American magazine, and monthly chronicle of the British colonies, The
American magazine, or monthly chronicle
An historical account of the expedition against the Ohio Indians, in the year MDCCLXIV. Lover of his country.
answer to Mr. Franklin's remarks on a late protest., An
Antwort auf Herrn Fränklins Anmerckungen über ein ohnlängst herausgekommenes Protestations-Schreiben
Antwort auf Hrn. Fränklins Anmerckungen über ein ohnlängst herausgekommenes Protestations-Schreiben
Brief history of the charitable scheme for instructing poor Germans in Pennsylvania, &c.
Brief history of the rise and progress of the charitable scheme
brief state of the Province of Pennslvania, in which the conduct of their assemblies for several years past is impartially examined, and the true cause of the continual encroachments of the French displayed, more especially the secret design of their late unwarrantable invasion and settlement upon the river Ohio. To which is annexed, an easy plan for restoring quiet in the public measures of that province, and defeating the ambitious views of the French in time to come. In a letter from a gentleman who has resided many years in Pennsylvania to his friend in London., A
brief state of the province of Pennsylvania, A : in which the conduct of their assemblies for several years past is impartially examined, and the true cause of the continual encroachments of the French displayed, more especially the secret design of their late unwarrantable invasion and settlement upon the River Ohio : to which is annexed, an easy plan for restoring quiet in the public measures of that province, and defeating the ambitious views of the French in time to come in a letter from a gentleman who has resided many years in Pennsylvania to his friend in London.
brief state of the province of Pennsylvania in which the conduct of their assemblies for several years past is impartially examined, ... To which is annexed, an easy plan for restoring quiet in the public measures of that province, and defeating the ambitious views of the French ... In a letter from a gentleman who has resided many years in Pennsylvania, to his friend in London, A
brief view of the conduct of Pennsylvania, for the year 1755, A : 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.
charge delivered May 17, 1757, at the first anniversary commencement in the college and academy of Philadelphia, 1757:, A
charge, delivered May 17, 1757, at the first anniversary commencement in the college and academy of Philadelphia, to the young gentlemen who took their degrees on that occasion, A
collection books of Provost Smith., The
Colonial pamphlets.
Conditions of Pennsylvania during the year 1755; a translation of a French pamphlet found in the Ducal Library at Gotha, Germany, read before the Pennsylvania-German Society
discourse concerning the conversion of the heathen Americans, and the final propagation of Christianity and the sciences to the ends of the earth. In two parts. Part I. Preached before a voluntary convention of the Episcopal clergy of Pennsylvania, and places adjacent, at Philadelphia, May 2d, 1760, A ; and published at their joint request. Part II. Preached before the trustees, masters and scholars of the College and Academy of Philadelphia, at the first anniversary commencement.
Discourse concerning the conversion of the heathen Americans, and the final propagation of Christianity and the sciences to the ends of the earth. In two parts Part I. Preached before a voluntary convention of the Episcopal Clergy of Pennsylvania, and places adjacent, in Christ Church Philadelphia, May 2d, 1760; and published at their joint request. Part II. Preached in the College of Philadelphia, before the trustees, masters and scholars, at the first anniversary commencement. By William Smith, D.D. provost of the College and Academy of Philadelphia.
Discourses on public occasions in America, 1762:
Discourses on several public occasions during the war in America. Preached chiefly with a view of the explaining the importance of the Protestant cause, in which the British colonies; and the advancement of religion, patriotism and military virtue. Among which are a discourse on adversity; and also a discourse on planting the sciences, and the propagation of Christianity, in the untutored parts of the earth. With an appendix, containing some other pieces.
Discourses on several public occasions during the war in America Preached chiefly with a view to the explaining the importance of the Protestant cause, in the British colonies; and the Advancement of Religion, Patriotism and Military Virtue. Among which are A Discourse on Adversity; and also a Discourse on Planting the Sciences, and the Propagation of Christianity, in the untutored Parts of the Earth. With an appendix, containing some other pieces
Dissertatio medica, inauguralis quam sub moderamine viri admodum Reverendi Gulielmi Smith, S.T.P. Collegii et Academiae Philadelphiensis praefecti, ex curatorum auctoritate perillustrium nec non amplissimae collegii et academiae facultatis decreto, Deo optimo maximo annuente, pro gradu doctoris, summisque in medicina honoribus et privilegiis rite et legitime consequendis, eruditorum examini subjectam sustinuit Jacobus Tilton, M.B. Doveriensis apud Delaware, ad diem 28 Junii hor a locoque solitis. : [One line in Latin].
État présent de la Pensilvanie, où l'on trouve le détail de ce qui s'y est passé depuis le défaite du général Braddock jusqu'à la prise d'Oswego, avec une carte particulière de cette colonie.
Eulogium on Benjamin Franklin, L. L. D., president of the American Philosophical Society, Held at Philadelphia, for Promoting Useful Knowledge, fellow of the Royal Society of London, member of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris, of the Royal Society at Gottingen, the Batavian Society in Holland, and of many other literary societies in Europe and America, late minister plenipotentiary for the United States of America at the Court of Paris, sometime president, and for more than half a century a revered citizen of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania : delivered March 1, 1791, in the German Lutheran Church of the city of Philadelphia, before the American Philosophical Society, and agreeably to their appointment
Eulogium on Benjamin Franklin, LL. D., president of the American Philosophical Society, &c. &c. : delivered March 1, 1791, in Philadelphia, before both houses of Congress, and the American Philosophical Society, &c.
Eulogium on Dr. Franklin
examination of the Connecticut claim to lands in Pennsylvania With an appendix, containing extracts and copies taken from original papers., An
Expedition against the Ohio Indians
Four dissertations, on the reciprocal advantages of a perpetual union between Great-Britain and her American colonies Written for Mr. Sargent's prize-medal. To which (by desire) is prefixed, an eulogium, spoken on the delivery of the medal at the public commencement in th College of Philadelphia, May 20th, 1766
Four dissertations on the reciprocal advantages of a perpetual union between Great-Britain and her American colonies : written for Mr. Sargent's prize-medal to which (by desire) is prefixed : An eulogium spoken on the delivery of the medal at the public commencement in the College of Philadelphia, May 20th, 1766.
general idea of the College of Mirania with a sketch of the method of teaching science and religion, in the several classes: and some account of its rise, establishment and buildings. Address'd more immediately to the consideration of the trustees nominated, by the Legislature, to receive proposals, &c. relating to the establishment of a college in the province of New-York., A : [Three lines of quotations in Latin].
great duty of public worship and of erecting and setting apart proper places for that purpose, The : a sermon preached in St. Peter's Church, Philadelphia, on Friday, September 4th, 1761 ...
[Harmony weeps for the present situation of American affairs]
historical account of the expedition against the Ohio Indians, in the year 1764, An : under the command of Henry Bouquet, Esq., Colonel of Foot, and now Brigadier General in America : including his transactions with the Indians, relative to the delivery of their prisoners, and the preliminaries of peace : with an introductory account of the preceeding campaign, and battle at Bushy-Run : to which are annexed military papers, containing reflections on the war with the savages, a method of forming frontier settlements, some account of the Indian country, with a list of nations, fighting men, towns, distances and different routs : the whole illustrated with a map and copper-plates
historical account of the expedition against the Ohio Indians in the year MDCCLXIV. under the command of Henry Bouquet, ... To which are annexed military papers, containing reflections on the war with the savages; ... The whole illustrated with a map and copper-plates. Published, ... by a lover of his country, An
Historical account of the rise, progress and present state of the canal navigation in Pennsylvania With an appendix, containing, abstracts of the acts of the Legislature since the year 1790, and their grants of money for improving roads and navigable waters throughou the state; to which is annexed, "an explanatory map." Published by direction of the president and managers of the Schuylkill and Susquehanna, and the Delaware and Schuylkill Navigation Companies. [Twenty two lines of verse], An
inaugural dissertation on opium, An : submitted to the examination of the Rev. William Smith, S.T.P. Provost, and to the trustees and medical professors of the College of Philadelphia for the degree of Doctor of Medicine, on the twenty-third day of June A.D. 1791
Indian songs of peace with a proposal, in a prefatory epistle, for erecting Indian schools. And a postscript by the editor, introducing Yariza, an Indian maid's letter, to the principal ladies of the province and city of New-York
Indian songs of peace : with a proposal in a prefatory epistle for erecting Indian schools, and a postscript by the editor introducing Yariza, an Indian maid's letters to the principal ladies of the province and city of New-York
kurtze Nachricht von der liebreichen Anstalt welche zum Besten und zur Unterweisung der armen Teutschen, und ihrer Nachkommen in Pennsylvanien, und anderen daran grÜÞntzenden englischen Provinzien in Nord-America errichtet worden ist, Eine
Leben Gottes in der Seele des Menschen oder Die Natur und Vortreflichkeit der christlichen Religion den zerstreuten Kindern Gottes und verlohrnen Schafen vom Hause Israel in und ausser den mancherley Partien zum Dienst, auf Veranstaltung der von einer löblichen Gesellschaft in London ernenten General Trustees aus dem Englischen ins Teutsche übersetzt, Das : nebst einer in ihrem Namen gestelten Vorrede, worin so wohl das Vorhaben dieser löblichen Gesellschaft als auch die eigentliche Absicht dieser gegenwärtigen Uebersetzung vorgeleget wird.
letter from a gentleman in London, to his friend in Pennsylvania; with a satire; containing some characteristical strokes upon the manners and principles of the Quakers..., A
[Liberty triumphs over Tyranny]
Life of God in the soul of man.
Monthly chronicle for the British colonies
Monthly chronicle of the British colonies
oration in memory of General Montgomery and of the officers and soldiers, who fell with him, December 31, 1775, beeore [sic] Quebec, An ; drawn up (and delivered February 19th, 1776.) At the desire of the Honorable Continental Congress
oration in memory of general Montgomery, and of the officers and soldiers, who fell with him, December 31, 1775. Before Quebec: drawn up (and delivered February 19th, 1776.) at the desire of the Honorable Continental Congress by William Smith, D.D. provost of the College and Academy of Philadelphia., An
oration in memory of General Montgomery and of the officers and soldiers, who fell with him, December 31, 1775, before Quebec; drawn up (and delivered February 19th, 1776) At the Desire of the Honourable Continental Congress. by William Smith, D.D. Provost of the College and Academy of Philadelphia, An
Personal affliction and frequent reflection upon human life, of great use to lead man to the remembrance of God : a sermon preach'd on Sunday, Sept. 1, 1754 in Christ-Church, Philadelphia, occasioned by the death of a beloved pupil who departed this life August 28, 1754 in the 16th year of his age
Plain truth addressed to the inhabitants of America, containing, remarks on a late pamphlet, entitled Common sense. Wherein are shewn, that the scheme of independence is ruinous, delusive, and impracticable: that were the author's asseverations, respecting the power of America, as real as nugatory; reconcilliation with Great Britain, would be exalted policy: and that circumstanced as we are, permanent liberty, and true happiness, can only be obtained by reconciliation with that kingdom. Written by Candidus. [Three lines of quotations]
Plain truth, addressed to the inhabitants of America : containing remarks on a late pamphlet, intitled Common sense : wherein are shewn, that the scheme of independence is ruinous, delusive, and impracticable, that were the author's asseverations, respecting the power of America, as real as nugatory, reconciliation on liberal principles with Great Britain would be exalted policy, and that, circumstanced as we are, permanent liberty and true happiness can only be obtained by reconciliation with that kingdom.
poem on visiting the Academy of Philadelphia, June, 1753., A
Poems on several occasions : with some other compositions
Pregeth ar helynt bresennol America A bregethwyd yn Christ-Church, Mehefin y 23, 1775. Ar ddeifyfiad swyddogion y drydydd fyddin o ddinas Philadelphia, a rhaglawiaeth Southwark. Gan William Smith, D. D. Penadur y Coleg yn y Ddinas honno
Proposals for printing by subscription, a body of sermons, upon the most important branches of practical Christianity
Relation historique de l'expédition contre les Indiens de l'Ohio en 1764 commandée par le Chevalier Henri Bouquet ...
Remarks on a second publication of B. Henry Latrobe, engineer : said to be printed by order of the Committee of the Councils, of the city and distributed among the members of the legislature.
Select sermons of William Smith : late provost of the college and academy of Philadelphia.
sermon on temporal and spiritual salvation, A : delivered in Christ-Church, Philadelphia, before the Pennsylvania Society of the Cincinnati
sermon, on temporal and spiritual salvation delivered in Christ-Church, Philadelphia, before the Pennsylvania Society of the Cincinnati. By William Smith, D.D. provost of the College and Academy of Philadelphia. Prepared and published at the request of the society., A
sermon on the present situation of American affairs, A : preached in Christ-Church, June 23, 1775, at the request of the officers of the third batallion of the city of Philadelphia, and district of Southwark
sermon on the present situation of American affairs. Preached in Christ-Church, June 23, 1775, at the request of the officers of the third battalion of the city of Philadelphia, and district of Southwark. By William Smith, D.D. provost of the college in that city., A
sermon on the present situation of American affairs Preached in Christ-Church, June 23, 1775. At the request of the officers of the Third Battallion of the City of Philadelphia, and District of Southwark, A
Sermon preach'd on Sunday, Sept. 1, 1754 in Christ-Church, Philadelphia
sermon, preached in Christ-Church, Philadelphia before the Provincial Grand Master, and General Communication of Free and Accepted Masons. On Tuesday the 24th of June, 1755, being the Grand Anniversary of St. John the Baptist, A
sermon preached in Christ-Church, Philadelphia, (for the benefit of the poor) by appointment of and before the general communication of Free and Accepted Masons of the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday December 28, 1778. Celebrated, agreeable to their constitution, as the anniversary of St. John the Evangelist., A
sermon preached in Christ-Church, Philadelphia, on Friday, October 7th, 1785, before the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church ..., A : on occasion of the first introduction of the liturgy and public service of the said Church, as altered and recommended to future use, by the Convention
Sermon printed by B. Franklin 1754
Some account of the charitable corporation, lately erected for the relief of the widows and children of clergymen, in the communion of the Church of England in America; with a copy of their charters, and fundamental rules,. and also a sermon, preached in Christ-church, Philadelphia, October 10, 1769, before the said corporation, on occasion of their first meeting.
Some account of the North-America Indians; their genius, characters, customs, and dispositions, towards the French and English nations. To which are added, Indian miscellanies, viz. 1. The speech of a Creek Indian against the immoderate use of spirituous liquors; delivered in a national assembly of the Creeks, upon the breaking out of the late war. 2. A letter from Yariza, an Indian maid of the royal line of the Mohawks, to the principal ladies of New-York. 3. Indian songs of peace. 4. An American fable.
Some thoughts on education with reasons for erecting a college in this province, and fixing the same at the city of New-York : to which is added, a scheme for employing masters or teachers in the mean time: and also for raising and endowing an edifice in an easy manner. The whole concluding, with a poem: being a serious address to the House of Representatives. : [Ten lines of quotation in Latin].
Theological pamphlets.
true and impartial state of the province of Pennsylvania, A
Unanimity and public spirit. a sermon preached at Carlisle, and some other Episcopal churches, in the counties of York and Cumberland, soon after General Braddock's defeat. : Published by particular request.
Unanimity and public spirit : a sermon preached at Carlisle and some other Episcopal churches, in the Countries of York and Cumberland, soon after General Braddock's defeat, published by particular request
works of William Smith, D. D., late provost of the College and academy of Philadelphia., The
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