Smith, James

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  • Smith, James — • Journalist, b. at Skolland, in the Shetland Isles, about 1790; d. Jan., 1866 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • SMITH, James — 1) (1820 1910) journalist was born near Maidstone, Kent, England, in 1820 and was educated for the church. He, however, took up journalism and at the age of 20 was editing a country newspaper. In 1845 he published Rural Records or Glimpses of… …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

  • Smith, James — (1808 1868)    Born in Montreal. Studied law, and called to the bar of Lower Canada, 1830. Elected to the Legislature for Missisquoi, 1844. Appointed attorney general the same year and held office until 1847, when he was appointed to the Court of …   The makers of Canada

  • SMITH, JAMES AND HORACE —    authors of the famous parodies The Rejected Addresses, born at London: James, in business as a solicitor, and Horace, a wealthy stockbroker; both were occasional contributors to the periodical press before the public offer of a prize for the… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • James Strang — James J. Strang edit data …   Wikipedia

  • James McCune Smith — Inscription: First regularly educated Colored Physician in the United States. Born …   Wikipedia

  • James Byrnes — James Francis Byrnes (* 2. Mai 1879 in Charleston; † 9. April 1972 in Columbia, South Carolina) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker (Demokratische Partei. Er war von 1945 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • James Francis Byrnes — James Byrnes James Francis Byrnes (* 2. Mai 1879 in Charleston; † 9. April 1972 in Columbia, South Carolina) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker (Demokratische Partei. Er war von 1945 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • James Edward Smith — James Edward Smith. Cyclopedia de Rees (1819) …   Wikipedia Español

  • James Skivring Smith — James Skivring Smith(* ca. 1825 in Charleston, South Carolina; † 1884 ?) war Präsident von Liberia vom 4. November 1871 bis zum 1. Januar 1872. James S. Smith war acht Jahre alt, als er 1833 in Liberia eintraf. Innerhalb eines Jahres nach… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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