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Fri Mar 21 17:15:30 2014 UTClccn-n790219710.47The life of the learned Sir Thomas Smith, kt. wherein are discovered many singular matters relating to the state of learning, the reformation of religion, and the transactions of the kingdom, during his time. In all which he had a great and happy influence /0.811.00Sir Thomas Smith; his life and career checked from the account given by Strype by the Calendars of English State Papers89477220Thomas_Smith_(diplomat)n 79021971255768Smith, ThomasSmith, Thomas, 1513-1577Smith, Thomas, Sir, 1513-1577Smithus, ThomasSmithus, Thomas, 1513-1577Smyth, Thomas.Smyth, Thomas, 1513-1577Smyth, Thomas, Sir, 1513-1577Smythe, Thomas.Smythe, Thomas, 1513-1577T. S. 1513-1577lccn-n81139368Dewar, Maryedtlccn-n85310586Hales, John-1571lccn-n88145309Stafford, William1554-1612edtlccn-n50010528Strype, John1643-1737nc-folger shakespeare libraryFolger Shakespeare Librarylccn-n84134225England and WalesParliamentlccn-n89646460Alston, Leonardedtlccn-n50041903Maitland, Frederic William1850-1906lccn-n80063142Danielsson, Bror1905-edtlccn-n85057486Marshall, Williamactive 1617-1650Smith, Thomas1513-1577HistoryRulesParaphrasesSourcesBiographyGreat BritainPolitical scienceConstitutional lawSmith, Thomas,Economic historyEnglish language--PronunciationSpelling reformEnglish language--Early modern--PronunciationEnglandAylmer, John,StatesmenBible.--PsalmsGreek language--PronunciationEconomic policyEngland--EssexHill Hall (England)AntiquitiesExcavations (Archaeology)Architecture, ElizabethanArchitecture, RenaissanceHomesCourtyard housesEngland and Wales.--ParliamentEnglish language--Orthography and spellingSmith, Thomas,Cheke, John,--Sir,International relationsIrelandChurch of EnglandGreat Britain.--ParliamentWalesReformationEnglish language--AlphabetConstitutional historyFranceCountry homesBishopsEnglish language--Early modern--Orthography and spellingCourts and courtiersLeicester, Robert Dudley,--Earl of,Burghley, William Cecil,--Baron,LawTravelWalsingham, Francis,--Sir,English language--PhoneticsElizabeth--I,--Queen of England,Clergy1513157715491561156815691572157515781581158315841589159416001601160916101612161816211625162616271630163316351640164116431655167316741677168516881689169817001701174017491751175718201821182218291859186318761891189319021906190719121913192919371945195019541956196219631964196519681969197019711972197419751978197919801981198219831984198519861992199519992005200920102011201220136675206702320.942JN185ocn005133211ocn719432737ocn0569804444078ocn000049921book19290.79Smith, ThomasA Discourse of the commonweal of this realm of EnglandHistory38345ocn065321832file16010.93Smith, ThomasThe commonwealth of England, and the maner of gouernement thereofSources35919ocn004144536book19060.76Smith, ThomasDe republica Anglorum; a discourse on the Commonwealth of England3405ocn008034797book19820.81Smith, ThomasDe republica Anglorum+-+005356670531419ocn000148409book15830.73Smith, ThomasDe republica Anglorum28222ocn065325909file15830.88Smith, ThomasDe republica Anglorum the maner of gouernement or policie of the realme of EnglandSources1987ocn065348576file17510.84W. SA compendious or briefe examination of certayne ordinary complaints of diuers of our countrymen in these our dayes which although they are in some parte vnjust and friuolous, yet are they all, by way of dialogue, throughly debated and discussedHistory17211ocn002210622book19680.90Smith, ThomasDe recta et emendata linguae Anglicae scriptione, dialogus, 15681624ocn016975222book16430.93Smith, ThomasAn old mould to cast new lawes by14821ocn024055468book15680.86Smith, ThomasDe recta & emendata linguæ Anglicæ scriptione, dialogus1446ocn065320277file15810.92W. SA compendious or briefe examination of certayne ordinary complaints of diuers of our country men in these our dayes which although they are in some parte uniust & friuolous, yet they are all by way of dialogues throughly debated & discussedHistory14116ocn004271741book19120.90Smith, ThomasDe recta et emendata linguae anglicae scriptione dialogus (1568) hrsg1416ocn065319565file16010.88Smith, ThomasThe common-wealth of England, and manner of gouernment thereof1407ocn015625435book16850.93Crompton, RichardArcana Parliamentaria, or, Precedents concerning elections, proceedings, privileges, and punishments in ParliamentRules1376ocn001148894book0.92Smith, ThomasLiterary and linguistic works (1542, 1549, 1568)Paraphrases1205ocn065327532com16980.88Strype, JohnThe life of the learned Sir Thomas Smith ... wherein are discovered many singular matters relating to the state of learning, the reformation of religion, and the transactions of the kingdom ... with an appendix, wherein are contained some works of his, never before publishedHistoryBiography11014ocn606536856file16120.66Smith, ThomasThe common-vvealth of England and the maner of gouernement thereof. Compiled by the honourable Sir Thomas Smith, Knight, Doctor of both lawes, and one of the principall secretaries vnto two most worthy princes, King Edward, and Queene Elizabeth. With new additions of the chiefe courts in England, and the offices thereof by the said author. Also a table added thereto, of all the principall matters contained in this treatise9834ocn837697302book16100.66Smith, ThomasDe republica et administratione Anglorum libri tres: olim Thomæ Smithi, jureconsulti, equitis aurati, divae quin etiam Elizabethæ Reginæ ab epistolis & sanctiorib. consiliis, operâ confecti: nunc primùm Ioannis Buddeni, Legum Doctoris, fi de [sic] optimâ diligentiâq[ue] de sermone Aglicano in Latinum conversi936ocn837697212file15840.70Smith, ThomasDe republica Anglorum : The maner of gouernement or policie of the realme of England, compiled by the Honorable Sir Thomas Smyth Knight, Doctor of both the lawes, and one of the principal secretaries vnto the two most worthy princes, King Edward the sixt, and Queene Elizabeth. Seene and allowed924ocn837697139file15830.70Smith, ThomasDe republica Anglorum : The maner of gouernement or policie of the realme of England, compiled by the honorable man Thomas Smyth, Doctor of the ciuil lawes, knight, and principall secretarie vnto the two most worthie princes, King Edwarde the sixt, and Queene Elizabeth. Seene and allowed4303ocn001346094book19640.66Dewar, MarySir Thomas Smith, a Tudor intellectual in office23118ocn015137519book18200.84Strype, JohnThe life of the learned Sir Thomas Smith, Kt. D.C.L., principal Secretary of State to King Edward the Sixth, and Queen Elizabeth : Wherein are discovered many singular matters relating to the state of learning, the reformation of religion, and the transactions of the kingdom, during his time. In all which he had a great and happy influenceHistoryBiography1124ocn013568277book16980.92Strype, JohnThe life of the learned Sir Thomas Smith, Kt., doctor of the civil law principal secretary of state to King Edward the Sixth, and Queen Elizabeth : wherein are discovered many singular matters ... With an appendix, wherein are contained some works of his, never before publishedHistory852ocn288985939book20090.86Drury, P. JHill Hall : a singular house devised by a Tudor intellectualHistoryThis is a complete history of a building that begun as a hunting lodge, late in the 11th century and that grew to be the principal house of the manor of Theydon Mount in Essex, a small country retreat within easy reach of London+-+4647689035744ocn001431381book16980.90Strype, JohnThe life of the learned Sir Thomas Smith, kt., doctor of the civil law; principal Secretary of State to King Edward the Sixth, and Queen ElizabethHistory741ocn018180685book18200.47Strype, JohnThe life of the learned Sir Thomas Smith, kt. wherein are discovered many singular matters relating to the state of learning, the reformation of religion, and the transactions of the kingdom, during his time. In all which he had a great and happy influenceHistory547ocn606498990book15780.63Harvey, GabrielGabrielis Harueii Valdinatis; Smithus; vel Musarum lachrymæ pro obitu honoratissimi viri, atque hominis multis nominibus clarissime, Thomæ Smithi, Equitis Britanni, Maiestatisqúe Regiæ secretarij. Ad Gualterum Mildmaium, Equitem Britannum, & consiliarium regiumPoetry454ocn606479932book15720.73I. BA letter sent by I.B. Gentleman vnto his very frende Maystet [sic] R.C. Esquire vvherin is conteined a large discourse of the peopling & inhabiting the cuntrie called the Ardes, and other adiacent in the north of Ireland, and taken in hand by Sir Thomas Smith one of the Queenes Maiesties priuie Counsel, and Thomas Smith Esquire, his sonne233ocn063604278book18210.93Strype, JohnHistorical collections of the life and acts of the Right Reverend Father in God, John Aylmer, Lord Bp. of London in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. Wherein are explained many transactions of the Church of England; and what method were then taken to preserve it with respect both to the Papist and PuritanChurch historySources171ocn611605950com16980.88Strype, JohnThe life of the learned Sir Thomas Smith ... wherein are discovered many singular matters relating to the state of learning, the reformation of religion, and the transactions of the kingdom ... with an appendix, wherein are contained some works of his, never before publishedHistoryBiography165ocn040228266book18210.79Strype, JohnHistorical collections of the life and acts of the Right Reverend Father in God, John Aylmer, Lord Bp. of London in the reign of Queen Elizabeth : wherein are explained many transactions of the Church of England, and what methods were then taken to preserve it, with respect to the Papist and PuritanHistoryChurch historyBiographySources71ocn061365064book15780.96Harvey, GabrielGabrielis Harueii Valdinatis; Smithus; vel Musarum lachrymæ[31]h[microform] : pro obitu honoratissimi viri, atque hominis multis nominibus clarissime, Thomæ[32]Smithi, Equitis Britanni, Maiestatisq[?]e Regiæ[32]secretarij. Ad Gualterum Mildmaium, Equitem Britannum, & consiliarium regiumPoetry42ocn021656874book19021.00Austin, Susie LillianSir Thomas Smith; his life and career checked from the account given by Strype by the Calendars of English State Papers42ocn005849864book19700.81Neale, Kenneth JamesSir Thomas Smith and Hill Hall, Essex21ocn154289584book0.47Strype, JohnHistorical collections of the life and acts of the Right Reverend Father in God, John Aylmer, Lord Bishop of London in the reign of Queen Elizabeth ; The life of the learned Sir John Cheke, first instructor, afterwards Secretary of State to King Edward VI ; The life of the learned Sir Thomas Smith, principal Secretary of State to King Edward the Sixth and Queen ElizabethHistoryChurch historySources21ocn027152181book15781.00Harvey, GabrielGabrielis Harveii Valdinatis Smithus : vel Musarum lachrymae11ocn025177382book19810.47James, DeanSir Thomas Smith : a neglected humanist11ocn085010588book18590.47Nichols, John GoughSome additions to the biographies of Sir John Cheke and Sir Thomas Smith : communicated to the Society of AntiquariesBiography11ocn173480990book16550.47Digges, DudleyThe compleat ambassador: or, Two treaties of the intended marriage of Qu: Elizabeth of glorious memory : comprised in letters of negotiation of Sir Francis Walsingham ... together with the answers of the Lord Burleigh, the Earl of Leicester, Sir Tho. Smith, and others : wherein, as in a clear mirror, may be seen the faces of the two courts ...History11ocn613447693book19830.47Preedy, Susan MaryAspects of Sir Thomas Smith's Ambassadorship to France, 1562-1567+-+0053566705+-+0053566705Fri Mar 21 15:42:42 EDT 2014batch32589