ID 372
Last Name Smith (1776-1806)
First Name Elizabeth
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1776-12-27
Date of Death 1806-08-07
Place of Birth Durham
Place of Death Conistone
VIAF URI https://viaf.org/viaf/92610015
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Smith_(translator)
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e1/Elizabeth_Smith_Meadows.jpg
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Author Life Review'd: a poem; founded on reflections upon the silent inhabitants of the church-yard of Truro, in the County of Cornwall. To which is added, an elogy on the late Rev. Mr. Samuel Walker, Who was many Years Curate of that Borough. By E. Smith. 1780
Author Life review'd: a poem founded on reflections upon the silent inhabitants of the church-yard of Truro, in the County of Cornwall. With an elogy on the late Rev. Mr. Samuel Walker, Who was many Years Curate of that Borough. To which are added, the Lord's Prayer, Creed, and Ten Commandments, paraphrased ; &c. By E. Smith. 1781
Author Life Review'd: a poem; founded on reflections upon the silent inhabitants of the church-yard of Truro, in the County of Cornwall. With an elogy on the late Rev. Mr. Samuel Walker, Who was many Years Curate of that Parish. To which are added, the Lord's Prayer, Creed, and Ten Commandments, paraphrased; &c. By Eliz. Smith. 1781
Author Life Review'd: a poem; founded on reflections upon the silent inhabitants of the church yard of Truro, in the County of Cornwall, With an elogy on the late Rev. Mr. Samuel Walker, Who was Many Years Curate of that Borough. To which are added, the Lord's Prayer, Creed, and Ten Commandments. Paraphrased, &c. By E. Smith. 1782
Author Life review'd: a poem; founded on reflections upon the silent inhabitants of the church yard of Truro, in the County of Cornwall, With an elegy on the late Rev. Mr. Samuel Walker, who was Many Years Curate of that Borough. To which are added, the Lord's Prayer, Creed, and Ten Commandments. Paraphrased, &c. By Elizabeth Smith. 1783
Author Life review'd: a poem; founded on reflections upon the silent inhabitants of the church yard of Truro, in the County of Cornwall, With an elogy on the late Rev. Mr. Samuel Walker, who was Many Years Curate of that Borough. To which are added, the Lord's Prayer, Creed, and Ten Commandments, paraphrased, &c. By Elizabeth Smith. The Sixth Edition. 1783
Author The victim. A real fact; In a series of letters addressed to a young lady, the intimate friend of the author's (who is the unfortunate sufferer) and an absent son, a youth about thirteen years of age; exemplifying the various trials and afflictions, which has in a course of sixteen years been the bitter fruits of an unfortunate marriage. ... By Elizabeth Smith. 1785
Author The brethren; a poem: in four books. Paraphrased from part of the history of Israel and his family, in Holy Writ. and Earnestly Recommended to the Attention of the Rising Generation; By Elizabeth Smith. 1787
Author Israel, a poem: in four books. Containing I. The Captivity of the Children of Israel. II. Their deliverance from the Land of Egypt through the Hands of Moses and Aaron. III. Some singular and most remarkable Events at the Red Sea, Wilderness, &c IV. The last charge and death of Moses, with their happy arrival in the Land of Cariaan, interspersed with various other interesting and most entertaining Passages from the Holy Scriptures. Earnestly Recommended to the Attention of the Rising Generation. By Elizabeth Smith, 1789
Author Fragments in Prose and Verse. By a young lady, lately deceased (Elizabeth S—). With some account of her life and character 1808
Author Fragments, in Prose and Verse . . . . With Some Account of Her Life and Character 1808
Author Fragments, in Prose and Verse: by a Young Lady, lately deceased. With Some Account of Her Life and Character, by the author of " Sermons on the Doctrines and Duties of Christianity. Second edition. 1808
Author Fragments, in Prose and Verse: by a Young Lady, lately deceased. With Some Account of Her Life and Character. By the Author of " Sermons on the Doctrines and Duties of Christianity. Third edition. 1808
Translator Memoirs of Frederick and Margaret Klopstock. Translated from the German, by the author of "Fragments in Prose and Verse." 1808
Author Fragments, in Prose and Verse. by Miss Elizabeth Smith, lately deceased. With some account of her life and character by H.M. Bowdler. Vol II. Memoirs of Frederick and Margaret Klopstock. Translated from the German. 1809
Author Fragments, in Prose and Verse: By a Young Lady, Lately Deceased. With Some Account of Her Life and Character, By H. M. Bowdler 1809
Author Fragments, in Prose and Verse: by Miss Elizabeth Smith, lately deceased. With Some Account of Her Life and Character, by H. M. Bowdler. 1809
Translator Fragments, in Prose and Verse: by Miss Elizabeth Smith, lately deceased. With Some Account of Her Life and Character, by H. M. Bowdler. 1809
Author Fragments, in Prose and Verse: By Miss Elizabeth Smith, Lately Deceased. With Some Account of Her Life and Character, by H.M. Bowdler. 1809
Translator Memoirs of Frederick and Margaret Klopstock. Translated from the German, by the Author of "Fragments in Prose and Verse." Second edition. 1809
Author Fragments, in Prose and Verse: by Miss Elizabeth Smith lately deceased. With Some Account of Her Life and Character, by H. M. Bowdler. A new edition. 1810
Author The Book of Job; Translated from the Hebrew by the Late Miss Elizabeth Smith, author of "Fragments in Prose and Verse." With a Preface, and Annotations, by the Rev. F. Randolph, D. D. 1810
Author The Book of Job; Translated from the Hebrew, By the late Miss Elizabeth Smith, Author of "FRagments in Prose and Verse" with a Preface and Annotations, by Rec. F Randolph, D.D. 1810
Author Fragments, in Prose and Verse: by Miss Elizabeth Smith, lately deceased. With Some Account of Her Life and Character, by H. M. Bowdler. A New Edition. 1811
Translator Memoirs of Frederick and Margaret Klopstock. Translated from the German 1812

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