Author:Joshua Toulmin Smith

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Joshua Toulmin Smith
(1816–1869)
British political theorist, lawyer and local historian of Birmingham; eldest son of William Hawkes Smith

Works[edit]

  • Synopsis of phrenology, 1838 scan
  • The discovery of America by the Northmen in the tenth century, 1839 scan
  • The Northmen in New England in the tenth century, 1839 scan
  • The Laws of England Relating to Public Health: Including an Epitome of the Law of Nuisances, 1848 scan
  • Government by commissions illegal and pernicious, 1849 scan
  • Parallels between constitution and constitutional history of England and Hungary, 1850 scan
  • Local self-government and centralization: the characteristics of each; and its practical tendencies, 1851 scan
  • The facts of the case as to the pretended 'baroness von Beck', 1852 scan
  • The Parish: Its Powers and Obligations at Law, 1857 scan
  • Local Self-government Un-mystified: A Vindication of Common Sense, 1857 scan
  • The finding of true facts: being an inaugural address, delivered at the first meeting of the Geologists’ Association, on the 11th January, 1859 short work
  • Memorials of old Birmingham. Traditions of the Old crown house, in Der-Yat-End, in the lordship of Birmingham. With some notice of English gilds, 1863 scan
  • English gilds, 1870 scan
  • Journal in America, 1925 scan
  • Old Court House

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