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Smith, G. Barnett
Smith, Goldwin A.
Manuscript language material
Black, William (1841-1898)
Charles Scribner's Sons
Cornell University. Collection of Regional History and University Archives
Haultain, Arnold (1857-1941)
Hincks, Francis Sir, 1807-1885
Pattison, Mark (1813-1884)
Sheppard, Robert Dickinson (1846-)
Union and Emancipation Society (Manchester, England)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Abraham Lincoln, a character sketch
advocate of peace
american historical review, the
among my books
atlantic monthly, the
Bay leaves; translations from the Latin poets
Brief van Goldwin Smith (1823-1910), geschreven aan William Edward Hartpole Lecky (1838-1903)
British and Canadian citizens in the United States.
can jews be patriots? a historical study
Canada and the Canadian question.
canadian magazine, the
canadian monthly and national review
civil war in America., The
Commonwealth or Empire? Bystander.
conduct of England to Ireland, 1882:, The
contemporary review, the
death of President Lincoln., The
Does the Bible sanction American slavery?
empire, The : a series of letters, published in "The Daily news," 1862, 1863
England : a short history
England and America : a lecture delivered
England and America : a lecture read before the Boston Fraternity, and published in the Atlantic monthly for December 1864
Essays on questions of the day, political and social.
foundation of the American colonies., The
founder of Christendom, The
Goldwin Smith papers, The
Guesses at the riddle of existence, and other essays on kindred subjects
harper's new monthly magazine
history of England., A
In quest of light
In the court of history : an apology for Canadians who were opposed to the South African war
inaugural lecture, 1859:, An
Irish history and Irish character.
Irish history and the Irish question, by Goldwin Smith.
Labour and capital
Lectures and essays
Lectures on modern history, delivered in Oxford, 1859-61.
Lectures on the study of history, delivered in Oxford, 1859-61.
letter to a Whig member of the Southern Independence Association., A
Life of Cowper.
Life of Jane Austen.
Lines of religious inquiry. An address delivered to the Unitarian club of Toronto
methodist magazine, the
moral crusader, William Lloyd Garrison;, The
My memory of Gladstone
new york times, the
nineteenth century and after, the
No refuge but in truth
Non-intervention in the Danish war. Report of a meeting ... held in ... Manchester, February 14th 1864. With a Letter from Goldwin Smith ... on secret diplomacy [etc.]
north american review, the
Oxford and her colleges, a view from the Radcliffe library
plea for the abolition of tests in the University of Oxford, A
political destiny of Canada, The
political relations of Canada to Great Britain and the United States. An address, delivered to the Nineteenth century club, New York, The
Rational religion, and the rationalistic objections of the Bampton lectures for 1858.
reorganization of the University of Oxford., The
Report of the Royal commission on the University of Toronto.
selection from Goldwin Smith's correspondence, comprising letters chiefly to and from his English friends, written between the years 1846 and 1910, A
Shakespeare, the man : an attempt to find traces of the dramatist's personal character in his dramas
Specimens of Greek tragedy
Speech of Mr. W. E. Forster, M. P., on the slaveholders' rebellion; and Professor Goldwin Smith's letter on the morality of the Emancipation proclamation.
Speeches on questions of public policy
suppression of doubt is not faith, 1861:, The
Temperance versus prohibition: an address on the Scott Act
Three English statesmen : a course of lectures on the political history of England
trip to England, A
United Kingdom, The : a political history
United States; an outline of political history, 1492-1871, The