Author:Sydney Smith

Sydney Smith
(1771–1845)
English writer and clergyman. A founder of the Edinburgh Review, and its first editor.
Sydney Smith

WorksEdit

  • Fallacies of Anti-Reformers
  • Six Sermons, preached at Charlotte Chapel, Edinburgh (1800)
  • Sermons (1801) (external scan)
  • Letters on the Subject of the Catholics to my brother Abraham, who lives in the Country, by Peter Plymley (1808) (external scan)
  • Two Volumes of Sermons (1809), in 2 vols.
  • Letter to the Electors on the Catholic Question (1808)
  • Three Letters to Archdeacon Singleton (1839)
  • Ballot (1839)
  • The Works of Sydney Smith (1839), in 3 vols.
  • A Fragment on the Irish Roman Catholic Church (1845) (external scan)
  • Sermons at St. Paul's, the Foundling Hospital, and several churches in London (1846)
  • Elementary Sketches of Moral Philosophy (1850)(external scan)

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