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Birth:Mar 13 1808
Death:July 30 1844
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Text:"... and was buried with Masonic honors in the cemetery of Uie Second Pres Church More than a thousand members of the fraternity attended the obseques His son SamuelHarrisonSmith was tha editor of the New World..."
Date:Feb 21 1925
Publication:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... son SamuelHarrisonSmith the editor of the New World in and on the removal ot the seat of government to ington D C founded there the National which he edited till ISIS Girl Burns Life Savings..."
Date:Feb 21 1925
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... that refreshments would J wrote a 1 rary Mrs SamuelHarrisonSmith n their mad rush the crowds smashed and dishes and seined the 1 food us if they wore starving The I confusion palling At moment ideni who unfit he..."
Date:Mar 3 1913
Publication:Carbondale, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... called The Universal and was edited by SamuelHarrisonSmith The first number that can be found is dated January 3d 1805 On January 2d 1809 he changed the name National Intelligencer He afterwards sold..."
Date:Nov 13 1881
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... striving who should first gain admittance Into the executive mansion where it was understood that refreshments would be distributed wrote a contempo rary Mrs SamuelHarrisonSmith In their mad rush..."
Date:Mar 6 1913
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... cemetery of the Second ian church Moro than members if the fraternity attended the son SamuelHarrisonSmith vas editor of the Nyw World in and on of tlie eat of government to Washington IX there which ho..."
Date:Feb 21 1925
Publication:Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... single members may represent two or three or half a dozen papers Many of the members are women It is a lar cry from the day when SamuelHarrisonSmith was refused permission to report the debates at all..."
Date:May 1 1937
Publication:Chester, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... the IT in It liy SamuelHarrisonSmith who went to from for this tt the of Thomas Jefferson XIV Sent La less a than Louis XIV of sponsored I lie ex- ploration of tiie Lakes His royal sent out La Salic to inae Island..."
Date:Dec 16 1931
Publication:Monessen, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...' .SOCIETY. Portrayrd by the Family Letters of Mv.-. SamuelHarrisonSmith From the Collrction of her GranfI^OD. .1. Uenlry Smith K«1itc] by Gaillard Hunt. Illustrated. (T. Fisher linwin. 10.^;. 6i). net..."
Date:Mar 11 1907
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the of newspaper reporter and byist Moreover in that early day t here is no t hint as the Record The journal was kept necessarily but this was a task curried out in longhand by a of the SamuelHarrisonSmith of sort..."
Date:July 2 1939
Publication:Billings, Montana, United States of America
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Text:"... In- was SamuelHarrisonSmith a young Philadelphia paper man editor of the Universal Gazette who had been induced by Jefferson to remove to the new The producer companies used to complain..."
Date:Apr 27 1937
Publication:La Crosse, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... be wrote a rary Mrs SamuelHarrisonSmith la their mad rush the crowds furniture and dishes and seized the food If they were starving The confusion became more acd more aV palling At ono moment the dent who..."
Date:Mar 6 1913
Publication:Rhinelander, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... of the first forty years of Washington society It will be from the diaries and letters of Mrs SamuelHarrisonSmith a member of the well known Bayard family The first article will deal with ton in Jefferson..."
Date:Aug 18 1906
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...,” wrote a contemporary, Mrs. SamuelHarrisonSmith. In their mad rush the crowds smashed funiiture rind ..dishes and seized the food as if they were starving. . “Tha confusion became more and moro al..."
Date:Mar 8 1913
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"..., “ A short time before the President arrived, I had held a conversation with SamuelHarrisonSmith, at the house where the President lodged. In the course of my remarks, I spoke of the disgrace..."
Date:Oct 22 1814
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of a er world Washington In the of the is from the Diaries ami Letters of SamuelHarrisonSmith This series of letters written by an American woman to her friends nnd relatives during the when ington..."
Date:Oct 7 1906
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... to SamuelHarrisonSmith took her to Washington when she was but twenty-two When was vice-president of the States he urged Harrison to undertake the editing and publishing of what wan called the tional..."
Date:Mar 5 1913
Publication:Wichita Falls, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... then comparatively a fancied city HS described it i in in SamuelHarrisonSmith our honored predecessors then publisher of a weekly ipaper in Philadelphia by he title of the Universal Gazette that to this city..."
Date:May 19 1845
Publication:Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... after the Church was organized in New York Stale President Benson said The first missionary was SamuelHarrisonSmith brother of Joseph Smith the first of the Church Since then President Benson said..."
Date:July 12 1974
Publication:Idaho Falls, Idaho, United States of America
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Text:"... by a functionary of the Congress itself SamuelHarrisonSmith of delphia was a sort of protege of Thomas Jefferson who advised him as a young newspaper man to re- cashire for the wedding Although the had never seen..."
Date:Nov 2 1939
Publication:Chester, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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