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Birth:Mar 13 1808
Death:July 30 1844
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Text:".... A resolution was offered by SamuelHarrisonSmith, Esq. to appoint a committee to devise and report such measures as may be proper for this Convention to pursue in fulfilment of the objects of its institution..."
Date:Sep 2 1840
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"... SamuelHarrisonSmith was tha editor of the New World in 17961800 and on the rejnoval of the seat of government to Washing j ton D founded there the Na tional which he edit ed till 1818 55557 WATER STREET..."
Date:Feb 21 1925
Publication:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"..., and was buried with Mason- ic honors in the cemetery the Second 'Presbyterian Church. More than a- thousand of the fraternity attended the obsequies. His son, SamuelHarrisonSmith, n-as the editor of the "New..."
Date:Feb 21 1925
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... of Mrs. SamuelHarrisonSmith; (Margaret wife of the founder of The National Intelligencer. The epistles are now in the possession of the writer's grandson, J. Henley Smith of Washington, who has written..."
Date:Oct 27 1906
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...NEW YORK, TIMES .HOLIDAY B OO K N UM BE R; 190-6; 819 BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED BOOKS The First Forty Years of Washington Society From the letters and journals of Mrs. Samuel 'Harrison' Smith (Margaret..."
Date:Dec 1 1906
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... the Risy. Story ait HISTORY AND A delightful account of social -life and the distinguished people in Washington in the early Nineteenth taken from .the Letters and Journals of Mrs. SamuelHarrisonSmith..."
Date:Dec 8 1906
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... HarrisonSmith, was claimed to be tha first newspaper in this country that might justly assert Itself as "national." AlbatroM^ Nickname The albatross, the largest of sea birds, is called by salh^rs who..."
Date:June 1 1925
Publication:Lemars, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... that refreshments would J bi1 wrote a contcmpo 1 rary Mrs SamuelHarrisonSmith n their mad rush the crowds smashed furnittirn and dishes and seined the 1 food us if they wore starving The I confusion palling At oiui..."
Date:Mar 3 1913
Publication:Carbondale, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... by prominent Democrats and used during Johnson's administration as his organ. It died shortly after his administration closed. It was origi- nally called "The Universal and was edited by SamuelHarrisonSmith..."
Date:Nov 13 1881
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., in Georgetown, in the bill and proceedings in this cause described, to SamuelHarrisonSmith, for and in behall of the President, Directors tnd Company of tfie Bank of the United Slates, for ihe sum of 506..."
Date:Aug 7 1829
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"...-monies were over. Jefferson had thoughtfully furnished the text of his speech to SamuelHarrisonSmith, Intelligencer editor. That was 1801. By 1817, the inaugural hoopla got underway with President James..."
Date:Dec 23 1956
Publication:Abilene, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... admittance Into the executive mansion where it was understood that refreshments would be distributed wrote a contempo rary Mrs SamuelHarrisonSmith In their mad rush the crowds smashed furniture and dishes..."
Date:Mar 6 1913
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... Moro than members if the fraternity attended the obsc- Jlis son, SamuelHarrisonSmith, vas editor of the "Nyw World" in Tflti-lSOO, and on tlio icmoval of tlie eat of government, to Washington, IX..."
Date:Feb 21 1925
Publication:Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... staffs assigned to the Capitol the largest having 80 Other 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 SamuelHarrison..."
Date:May 1 1937
Publication:Chester, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... the Nntionnl IT. estaii- lished in liclolii'r 1SOO. It I'oniuh'il liy SamuelHarrisonSmith, who went, to from I'hiladelphia for this jmrrm.s" tt the of Thomas Jefferson. Louii XIV Sent La IN'o less a than Louis..."
Date:Dec 16 1931
Publication:Monessen, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... of the most comprehensive and conclusive we ever heard, and certainly one of the most eloquent. After Gen. J. concluded, on motion of SamuelHarrisonSmith, Esq., a committee was appointed to prepare and report..."
Date:Aug 11 1840
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, 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:"...- rary, Mrs. SamuelHarrisonSmith. la their mad rush the crowds tmajhed furniture and dishes and seized the food a.t If they were starving. "The confusion became more acd more aV palling. At ono moment..."
Date:Mar 6 1913
Publication:Rhinelander, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:".... An interesting series is to be begun in the September issue of Seribner's description of the first forty years of Washington society. It will be from the diaries and letters of Mrs. SamuelHarrisonSmith, a member..."
Date:Aug 18 1906
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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