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  1. The Oxford Introductions to U.S. Law: Property (Oxford Introductions to U. S. Law) by Thomas W. Merrill, Henry E. Smith, 2010-04-21
  2. The Splendid Wayfaring: The Story of the Exploits and Adventures of Jedediah Smith and his Comrades, the Ashley-Henry Men, Discoverers and Explorers of the Great Central Rout by John G. Neihardt, 2008-12-04
  3. Joseph Smith an American Prophet (Classics in Mormon Literature) by John Henry Evans, 1989-12
  4. The Works of James McCune Smith: Black Intellectual and Abolitionist (Collected Black Writings) by James McCune Smith, 2007-01-15
  5. The Ashley-Smith explorations and the discovery of a central route to the Pacific, 1822-1829, with the original journals by Harrison Clifford Dale, William Henry Ashley, et all 2010-08-29
  6. Separation And the Sword in Anabaptist Persuasion: Radical Confessional Rhetoric from Schleitheim to Dordrecht (The C. Henry Smith Series) by Gerald Biesecker-Mast, 2006-01-15
  8. Property: Principles And Policies (University Casebook) by Thomas W. Merrill, Henry E. Smith, 2007-03-16
  9. Calculus: A New Horizon : Student Resource Manual by Howard Anton, Henry Smith, 1998-10-29
  10. Hanging the Sheriff: A Biography of Henry Plummer by Jeffrey J. Smith, 1999-01-25
  11. My Life and Times by Henry Miller, 1975
  12. A History of Science (Volume 7) by Henry Smith Williams, 2010-10-14
  13. A History Of Science Part 3 by Henry Smith Williams, 2004-06-30
  14. Hannah Whitall Smith by Marie Henry, 1993-01

1. Smith
Henry John Stephen Smith. Born 2 Nov Henry Smith attended Rugby publicschool from the age of 15 as a boarder. He was outstanding
Henry John Stephen Smith
Born: 2 Nov 1826 in Dublin, Ireland
Died: 9 Feb 1883 in Oxford, England
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Henry Smith attended Rugby public school from the age of 15 as a boarder. He was outstanding over a range of subjects and his ambition was a scholarship to Balliol College, Oxford. This was made harder since his health was poor (a brother and sister had both died) and he was taken to Italy instead of completing his final year at Rugby. He undertook private reading while in Italy and was still able to win the scholarship. Smith became a fellow, then a tutor at Balliol. In 1860 he was appointed Savilian professor of geometry despite a strong field of applicants including George Boole While on the continent he had been learnt French, German and Italian and read widely. He had been most influenced by the work of Gauss . Smith said: If we except the great name of Newton and the exception is one that the great Gauss himself would have been delighted to make it is probable that no mathematician of any age or country has ever surpassed Gauss in the combination of an abundant fertility of invention with an absolute vigorousness in demonstration...

2. Henry Nash Smith
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3. Dick King-Smith: Henry Pond The Poety [English Online]
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  • 4. Mr. And Mrs. Smith Henry Barlow
    Ad, smith henry Barlow (18321901), Deborah A. Chapin Barlow (1843-1918).Photographs furnished by Margaret Kastler, Librarian of

    5. Mennonite Encyclopedia 1956-1969 Bender Harold S Smith Henry C Reference
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    6. Kenny Smith Henry Brighton Simon Kirby - 2002 - Language Evolution In A Multi-ag
    Smith, K., Brighton, H., and Kirby, S. (2002). Language Evolution in a MultiagentModel the cultural emergence of compositional structure. Full-text.
    Smith, K. Brighton, H. , and Kirby, S. (2002). Language Evolution in a Multi-agent Model: the cultural emergence of compositional structure.
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      Language arises from the interaction of three complex adaptive systems - biological evolution, learning, and culture. We focus here on cultural evolution, and present a multi-agent Iterated Learning Model of the emergence of compositionality, a fundamental structural property of language. Our key results is to show that the poverty of the stimulus available to language learners leads to a pressure for linguistic structure. When there is a bottleneck on cultural transmission, only a language which is generalisable from sparse input data is stable. Language itself evolves on a cultural time-scale, and compositionality is language's adaptation to stimulus poverty. Home :: Comments to:

    7. Guardian Unlimited Politics | Aristotle | Smith, Henry
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    12. DC046 -- Henry Louis Smith
    endowment. Smith, Henry Louis, 18591951 (1881). PAPERS, 1881-1949.MANUSCRIPT NUMBER DC046. VOLUME 1/2 box. smith henry Louis. The
    Smith, Henry Louis, 1859-1951 (1881) PAPERS, 1881-1949 MANUSCRIPT NUMBER: VOLUME: 1/2 box BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
    Henry Louis Smith, 1859-1951 was born in Greensboro, NC, the oldest son of Rev. Jacob Henry. He attended Davidson College and was graduated in 1881. He then served as principle of the Selma Academy. He accepted a position on the faculty of Davidson College in 1886 and also began graduate work at the University of Virginia. Smith taught physics and astronomy and was superintendent of grounds and buildings from 1890 to 1900. While a professor, Smith performed the first X-ray experiment in the United States in 1896. Elected president of Davidson College in 1901, Smith tripled the enrollment, and enlarged the faculty, physical facilities and endowment.
    In 1912 he left Davidson to accept the presidency of Washington and Lee University. During his tenure as president, the student enrollment doubled and again he increased the size of the faculty and the university's endowment. During World War I his plan for a propaganda campaign using balloons was adopted and Woodrow Wilson later credited Smith with helping to shorten the war. In 1929, he retired and moved back to Greensboro where he remained active in civic and religious affairs until his death in 1951. SCOPE AND CONTENT:
    The collection is organized into Biographical Material (1947-1951), Correspondence (1910-1949), Literary Material (1881-1938 and undated), Grade Books (1888-1901), Printed Material (1886-1904, 1991), Photographs (1882-1897 and undated), and Memorabilia.

    13. Henry Smith
    Henry Smith. Goalkeeper.
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    Gordon 2 Smith All Goals Since War Appearances Since War Iain Smith
    Birthplace Douglaswater England Dob 10-Mar-1956 Place of Death Date of Death Height 6 ft 2 in Weight 12 st lb First Game 08 Aug 1981 Last Game 31 Jan 1996
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    Club History Date Hearts Type Club Cost Signed by Sold by Pre Player Frickley Athletic Pre Player Winterton Rangers Bought From Player Leeds United HMFC Player Heart Of Midlothian Willie Ormond Jan-1997 Post Player Ayr United Sep-2000 Post Player Clydebank Jun-2002 Post Player Berwick Rangers
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    Total Appearances by Team excludes Friendlies Totals Results League S Cup L Cup Europe Team Ranking G Plays Starts Is Sub Subd Sub NU W D L Plays Sub Used Plays Sub Used Plays Sub Used Plays Sub Used Aberdeen Rangers Celtic Motherwell ... Dundee 2 equal Falkirk 2 equal Dunfermline Athletic St Johnstone Clydebank 3 equal Hamilton Accies Partick Thistle 21 equal Airdrieonians 13 equal Kilmarnock 28 equal Dumbarton 8 equal Morton 22 equal Ayr United 16 equal Raith Rovers 28 equal Clyde 47 equal Queens Park 6 equal East Stirlingshire 1 equal Queen Of The South 39 equal Alloa Athletic 2 equal Brechin City 1 equal Cowdenbeath 3 equal Montrose 15 equal Forfar Athletic 1 equal Paris St Germain 1 equal Dniepr 1 equal

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    Henry Smith. The Eastern Shore’s Meanest Man. It was in the late 1660sthat the law and the public first became aware of Mr. Henry Smith.
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    It was in the late 1660s that the law and the public first became aware of Mr. Henry Smith. Up until that time there was little to distinguish him from many other citizens of his time and locale. He had patented or purchased land in both Eastern Shore counties. He had paid for the transportation of many headrights for which he was granted the rights to many acres of land. He had acted as an appraiser for estate of a deceased neighbor. He was a juror when required. He owned two plantations. The main one was at "Oaken Hall" and he had another near Occahannock in the southern part of the Accomack County. No one knows what drove him to earn his reputation as being so mean but the evidence was there for any interested person to see. His servants and headrights bore the brunt of his fury. Nothing they did could satisfy him. He demanded more and more work with less and less food and clothing for them. The laws of those days required that the servants and headrights be treated with a certain amount of respect and kindness. They were servants and workers, not slaves, with a finite period of service pledged, This was called an indenture after which the servants were to be released with "corn and clothes" and were free to go their merry way. Upon completion of their period of servitude they could then do what their masters had done. If they had saved their money they could import headrights of their own and become landowners that way or they could become some type of tradesman. They were the masters of their own destiny. Some even signed up for additional periods provided their masters taught them a trade.

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    without knowing that any of the money would be employed in an attempt to incite a slave insurrection
    Henry Nash Smith, in his 1950 Virgin Land , sought to separate the "real" Daniel Boone from the myth that has been created. While interesting, Smith missed the point in focusing on the historical figure and not the reasons behind the various representations of Boone since John Filson's "autobiography" in 1784. This project will attempt to provide a cross-section of Boone portrayals, and attempt to place their points of view in historical context, based on the idea that a culture's myths and heroes explain who they are, and the true historical personages are less important than the image they become.
    Daniel Boone: Empire Builder or Philosopher of Primitivism?
    Smith's question fuels this inquiry: "Which was the real Boonethe standard-bearer of civilization and refinement, or the child of nature who fled into the wilderness before the advance of settlement?" (55). The truth is, both are the "real" Boone, as different writers with specific historic contexts constructed him. Civilizer Colonizer Natural Man The "Real" Daniel Boone ... Back to Henry Nash Smith's Virgin Land Julie K. Rose

    17. Handbook Of Texas Online: SMITH, HENRY
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    SMITH, HENRY Henry Smith, known as the first American governor of Texas, tenth and last child of James and Magdalen (Woods) Smith, was born in Kentucky on May 20, 1788. He was married three times and was the father of nine children. The wives were sisters, Harriet, Elizabeth, and Sarah Gillett. Smith came to Texas in 1827 and settled in what is now Brazoria County. In addition to working his lands, he taught school for a while and later did some surveying. Almost from the day of his arrival in Texas he took an active part in public affairs. On occasion he moved beyond the sphere of politics, as in 1832 when he took part in the battle of Velasco qv and was severely wounded. There is evidence that at this early date he was thinking in terms of independence for Texas. In 1833 Smith was elected alcalde of the jurisdiction of Brazoria and a few months later was chosen a delegate to the Convention of 1833. qv In 1834 the governor of Coahuila and Texas qv appointed Smith political chief of the newly established department of the Brazos. His appointment to this position indicates that the Mexican officials considered him an outstanding citizen. As the country moved toward revolution, Smith became one of the leaders of the independence party. In the summer of 1835 he was chosen to serve on the Columbia committee of safety and correspondence and later in the same year was elected one of the delegates from his district to the Consultation. qv Smith urged an immediate declaration of independence and was keenly disappointed when that body decided instead to pledge its support to the Mexican federal Constitution of 1824.

    smith, henry PRESERVED (1847 ), American Biblical scholar, was born in Troy, Ohio, on the 23rd of October 1847 He graduated at Amherst College in 1869 and studied theology in Lane Theological Seminary in 1860-1872, in Berlin in 1872-1874 and in
    ic was a professor in Amherst College, and in 1907 became 3 Tofessor in the Meadville (Pennsylvania) Theological School. He published The Bible and Islam (1897), Commentary on the 3ooks of Samuel (1899, in the " International Critical Commentary ") and Old Testament History (1903, in the " International Theologica) ^ibrary"). In Inspiration and Inerrancy (Cincinnati, 1893), he eprinted the papers on which the heresy charge was made, ano" outlined the case. SMITH, JOHN (1579-1631), usually distinguished as Captain John Smith, sometime president of the English colony in Virginia, was the elder son of George Smith, a well-to-do tenant-farmer on the estate of Lord Willoughby d'Eresby at Willoughby, near Alford in Lincolnshire. The life of this Virginian hero falls conveniently into five periods. The first of these, up to 1596, that of his early youth, is thus described by himself in his Travels: "He was born (1579) in Willoughby in Lincolnshire, and was a scholar in the two free schools of Alford and Louth. 1 The particulars of the authorship are given in the 18th edition (1820), and in the memoir of his brother by Horace prefixed to a collection of fugitive pieces (1840). James contributed the first stanza to the imitation of Byron, but otherwise they worked independently. •

    Seminary. His health failed in 1874 and he died in New York City on the 7th of February 1877. Of the old school of the - New England Theology,” Smith was one of the foremost leaders of the new school Presbyterians. His theology is most strikingly contained in the Andover address, “Relations of Faith and Philosophy,” which was delivered before the Porter Rhetorical Society ~n. 1849. He always made it clear that the ideal philosophy was Christocentric: he said that Reformed theology must “ ‘Christologize ‘ predestination and decrees, regeneration and sanctification, the doctrine of the Church, and the whole of the Eschatology.” His son HENRY GOODWIN SMITH (b. 1860) was pastor of the Freehold (New Jersey) Presbyterian Church, in 1886—1896, and from 1897 to 1903 was professor of systematic theology in Lane Theological Seminary. From notes of his lectures, William S. Karr prepared two volumes of Dr Smith’s theological writings, Introduction to Christian Theology (1883) and System of Christian Theology (1884). Dr Smith contributed articles on Calvin, Kant, Pantheism, Miracles, Reformed Churches, Schelling and Hegel to the American C’yclopaedia, and contributed to McClintock and Strong’s Cyclopaedia; and was editor of the American Theological Review (1859 sqq.), both in its original form and after it became the American Presbyterian and Theological Review and, later, the Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Remmew. See E. L. (Mrs H. B.) Smith, Henry Boynton Smith, His Life and Works (New York, 1881), and Lewis F. Stearns, Henry Boynton Smith (Boston, 1892), in the American Religious Leaders series.

    By henry Nash smith, etext version prepared by the American Studies Group at The University of Virginia.
    COLOPHON Virgin Land: The American West As Symbol and Myth , by Henry Nash Smith.
    Hypertext version prepared by the American Studies Group at The University of Virginia 1995-96.
    Editing and formatting and by Eric J. Gislason, February-March 1996. AS@UVA Hypertexts

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