Author:Edwin Burritt Smith

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Edwin Burritt Smith
(1854–1906)
Compiler of New York State legal case reports 1883–1885, with Ernest Hitchcock

Works[edit]

  • Reports of cases adjudged and determined in the Supreme court of judicature and Court for the trial of impeachments and correction of errors of the state of New York, 17 volumes
Volume 1, Coleman's cases, 1 v.; Coleman & Caines' cases, 1 v.; Johnson's cases, 3 v. (external scan)
Volume 2, Caine's reports, 3 v.; Caine's cases in error, 2 v. (external scan)
Volume 3, Johnson's reports, v. 1-5 (external scan)
Volume 4, Johnson's reports, v. 6-10 (external scan)
Volume 5, Johnson's reports, v. 11-15 (external scan)
Volume 6, Johnson's reports, v. 16-20 (external scan)
Volume 7, Anthon's nisi prius, Yates' Select cases, Lockwood's reversed cases, Cowen's Reports, v. 1 and 2. (external scan)
Volume 8, Cowen's Reports, v. 3-6. (external scan)
Volume 9, Cowen's Reports, v. 7-9; Wendell's Reports, v. 1 (external scan)
Volume 10, Wendell's Reports, v. 2-6 (external scan)
Volume 11, Wendell's Reports, v. 7-11 (external scan)
Volume 12, Wendell's Reports, v. 12-16 (external scan)
Volume 13, Wendell's Reports, v. 17-21 (external scan)
Volume 14, Wendell's Reports, v. 22-26 (external scan)
Volume 15, Hill's Reports, v. 1-4. (external scan)
Volume 16, Hill's Reports, v. 5-7; Denio's Reports, v. 1. (external scan)
Volume 17, Denio's Reports, v. 2-5 (external scan)


  • National expansion under the Constitution; or, Despotic power versus delegated authority (1898) (external scan)
  • Historical sketch of the Young Men's Christian Association of Chicago, 1858-1898 (1898) (external scan)
  • Republic or empire, with glimpses of "criminal aggression." (1900) {IA|republicorempire00smit}}
  • A Chicago need and how to meet it (1900) (external scan)
  • Essays and addresses (1909) (posthumous), edited by George Laban Paddock, etc. (external scan)


Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.