Smith, James

Smith, James,

c.1719–1806, political leader in the American Revolution, signer of the Declaration of Independence, b. Ireland. He settled in Pennsylvania in his youth and practiced law at York. He served in provincial assemblies and conventions and advocated independence early. He was (1776–78) a member of the Continental Congress.

Smith, James,

1775–1839: see Smith, HoratioSmith, Horatio or Horace,
1779–1849, and James Smith,
1775–1839, English parodists, brothers.
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Durham's head coach Jon Lewis and second team coach Neil Killeen attended alongside first team players Will Smith, James Weighell, Josh Coughlin and Ryan Pringle.
Grangetown: Colby Agnama, Alex Ahmed, Frankie Angioy, Daniel Bean, Matthew Bullock, Matty Downs, Slater Jay, Finley Kaid, Daniel Kukielka , Louis Robinson, Ethan Routledge, Charlie Savill, Phil Sheridan, Callum Smith, James Thomson, Kai Wright.
Aidy White is fit for Barnsley but George Smith, James Bree, Ryan Williams and Marley Watkins remain sidelined.
We will be laying a wreath and setting off a firework rocket from each of the graves of: Clarence Carter, William Joseph Catton, Austin Gadd Connolly, Harry Edge, Albert William Goulding, John Richard Hatton, Edward Lally, Edward Lewis, John Rolt, Eric Smith, James Tallon, John Travers, Ernest Wright, Harry Grace - all Royal Artillery.
The top cast playing the suspects includes Maggie Smith, James Mason, Diana Rigg and Roddy McDowall.
Goals from Manny Smith, James Gray, Sean Newton and Robbie Evans guided the Dragons to a 4-1 win at National League North side Hednesford on Saturday.
He will add another option to a back-row department which, with George Smith, James Haskell, Ashley Johnson, Nathan Hughes, Sam Jones, Guy Thompson and Thomas Young, is already rated one of the strongest in the Aviva Premiership.
It also describes the life of Mary Ruffin Smith, James Strudwick Smith's daughter, and the bequests to the university and Diocese of North Carolina.
five brothers, Patrick Smith, Kenneth Smith, Robert Smith, James Odett and Miles Odett; four sisters, Mary Tucker, Rebecca Shays, Eleanor Shays and Elizabeth Shays.
Nicholas, Paulo Pasicolan, Lee Sheller, Jeff Showalter, James Adams, Nicole Smith, James Stewart, Michelle Sumner, Dianne S.
In July, confiscation orders of PS905,447 were made against John Smith, James Smith, Allan Simpson and Ernest Simpson.