Memoir of Joseph Smith of South Holme Late of Huggate and Riseborough, Wesleyan Local Preacher

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Kessinger Publishing, Sep 1, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 360 pages
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1900. With Records from His Diary Together with Speeches and Sermons from 1823 to 1898. The memoirs of Joseph Smith, Wesleyan Methodist preacher, of his many years of faithful Christian work. Almost everything he said or did was stamped with the impress of his own distinct individuality. His friends can never think of his acts without recalling the active, energetic figure, so full of life and movement, which carried through with so much forceful purpose whatever was uppermost in his mind. In addition to his person memoirs, the text also contains his speeches, sermons, and correspondence.

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Joseph Smith teaches in the Department of History, University of Exeter. He has published several books on diplomatic history and Latin America.

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