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 Smith, Adam, LL.D.Smith, Goldwin, LL.D. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Smith, Alexander
 
(b. Kilmarnock, December 31st, 1830; d. Wardie, near Edinburgh, January 8th, 1867). “A Life-Drama, and other Poems” (1853); “Sonnets on the Crimean War” (with Sydney Dobell, 1855); “City Poems” (1857); “Edwin of Deira” (1861); “Dreamthorpe” (1863); “A Summer in Skye” (1865); “Alfred Hagart’s Household,” a novel (1866); “Last Leaves” (1868). “Life” by P. P. Alexander (1869), prefixed to “Last Leaves.” See also Brisbane’s “Early Years of Alexander Smith” (1869).   1
 


 Smith, Adam, LL.D.Smith, Goldwin, LL.D. 

 
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