Thomas Smith

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by Smith, Thomas
Published 1785
printed for the author

2
by Smith, Thomas
Published 1704
typis W.B. impensis A. & J. Churchill, ad Insigne Nigri Cygni in Vico vulgò vocato Paternoster-Row

3
by Smith, Thomas
Published 1757
printed for the author, at Mr. James's, a Corn Chandler in Leather-Lane, Holbourn

4
by Smith, Thomas
Published 1759
printed for and sold by the author, at Mr. James's Cornchandler, Leather-Lane

5
by Smith, Thomas
Published 1755
printed by E. Owen, opposite Chancery-Lane, Holborn, and sold by the author at Mr. Spencer's, in Little Kirby-Street, near Hatton Garden

6
by Smith, Thomas
Published 1755
printed for, and sold by the author, at Mr. Spencer's, in Little Kirby-Street, near Hatton-Garden

7
by Smith, Thomas
Published 1759
printed for and sold by the author, at Mr. James's Cornchandler, Leather-Lane

8
by Smith, Thomas
Published 1763
printed for and sold by the author, at Mr. Clayton's, in Hatton-Garden

9
by Smith, Thomas
Published 1765
printed for and sold by the author, at Mr. Clayton's, in Hatton-Garden

10
by Smith, Thomas
Published 1793
Printed and sold by J. Axtell, No. 3, London-Road, St. George's fields; and may be had at the Chapel as above

11
by Smith, Thomas
Published 1764
Printed for and sold by the author, at Mr. Clayton's in Hatton-Garden

13
by Smith, Thomas
Published 1767
Apud Balfour, Auld, et Smellie, academiae typographos

15
by Smith, Thomas
Published 1753
Printed for and sold by the author, at Mr. Spencer's, in Little Kirby Street, near Hatton Garden

16
by Smith, Thomas
Published 1767
Printed for and sold by the author, at Mr. Browne's in Great Kirby-Street, Hatton Garden

17
by Smith, Thomas
Published 1769
Printed for and sold by the author, at Mr. Gould's, in Great Kirby-Street, Hatton-Garden

18
by Smith, Thomas
Published 1772
Printed for and sold by the author, at Mr. Hutton's, in Brook-Street; Holborn; and sold also by A. Bell, near the five lamps, Aldgate

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by Smith, Thomas
Published 1754
printed for and sold by the author, at Mr. Spencer's, in Little Kirby-Street, near Hatton Garden