William Stephens Smith
American politician
William Stephens Smith
William Stephens Smith was a United States Representative from New York. He married Abigail "Nabby" Adams, the daughter of President John Adams, and so was a brother-in-law of President John Quincy Adams, and an uncle of Charles Francis Adams. Born on Long Island, he graduated from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) in 1774, and studied law for a short time.
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Insomnia is leading cause of lost productivity - ww.mentalhealthy.co.uk
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Many people have difficulty in getting to sleep at night. Many people who are suffering from poor mental health find it difficult to get a good night's sleep. In the United States a study shows that this condition affects a huge number
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Studies into medication often mislead - ww.mentalhealthy.co.uk
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A new study warns that you should be careful what you read, even in peer-reviewed influential medical journals. Research findings are often presumed to be impartial but this study shakes that presumption
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#4 Wm. Smith Edges Cougars - CM Cougars
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The Misericordia University women's soccer team went toe-to-toe with the number-four team in nation in Thursday's season opener, but the Cougars came out on the short end of a hard-fought 1-0 loss to William Smith. The Herons tallied the only goal of
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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA v. DONAGHY - Leagle.com
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On December 19, 2007, Donaghy and two accomplices, Patricia Chewning and Jeremy Calhoun, conspired to rob Calhoun's 80-year old neighbor, William Smith, after Calhoun found out Smith kept cash in his home. Chewning knocked on Smith's door,
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Smith waives bond hearing in shooting death of mother - Gazette.Net: Maryland Community News Online
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Melvin William Smith, a man charged with shooting and killing a Frederick mother of four, has waived his opportunity for a bond hearing and will remain in jail until his trial, said Frederick County State's Attorney
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RI 'Survivor' winner won't get free lawyer - The Associated Press
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Judge William Smith on Thursday rejected 50-year-old Richard Hatch's request for a court-appointed attorney to help him fight the sentence handed down in March for violating the terms of his supervised release by failing to settle his tax bill
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Hobart and William Smith signaled as good investment by SmartMoney - Rochester Business Journal
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SmartMoney magazine has recognized Hobart and William Smith in Geneva as an exceptional investment in its ranking of "Colleges that Help Grads Get Top Salaries." In the full list of 50 colleges, Hobart and William Smith ranked No
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Police catch alleged murderer of Tranice Richardson - Gazette.Net: Maryland Community News Online
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Melvin William Smith, 27, was caught at an apartment in McKeesport, Pa. at 12:45 pm in a combined effort of Frederick City Police detectives, the City of McKeesport Police Department, the Maryland State Police Apprehension Team and the US Marshals
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Kevin Bliss of Warren charged with driving car into 2 houses on Main Street - MassLive.com
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By Lori Stabile, The Republican Photos by Lori Stabile / The RepublicanBeverly and William Smith, both 75, stand outside their home at 1231 Main St., Warren, which was damaged Tuesday night when Kevin Bliss, 29, of Warren, took out their living room
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William Smith, Inc. - Antiques and the Arts Online
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GOOD SUMMER COUNTRY AUCTION of Antiques and Accessories and Danish Modern A nice selection of country antiques and accessories from the Fales Estate Brandon VT along with others, to be sold unreserved under tents. Come join us for this event!
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Wall Street Access Expands With Addition of Daley, Myers and Smith - PR Newswire (press release)
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NEW YORK, July 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Wall Street Access, a diversified financial services firm, today announced that Kevin Daley, Jeff Myers and William Smith have joined the Fixed Income and Institutional Sales teams
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Frederick police continue search for murder suspect - Gazette.Net: Maryland Community News Online
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Frederick Police Department Melvin William Smith, 27, of Frederick is wanted by Frederick police for the Friday fatal shooting of Tranice Richardson, 33, of Frederick, a mother of four. The Frederick man still wanted
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Murder warrant issued for Frederick man in woman's shooting death - The Herald-Mail
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The suspect has been identified as Melvin William Smith, 27, also known as “Rock,” according to a news release from the Frederick Police Department. Police said they consider Smith to be armed and extremely dangerous. He is described as 5 feet 8 inches
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Soil from Mercersburg's Smith House searched for artifacts - Chambersburg Public Opinion
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After the Justice William Smith House was taken down piece by piece, it now awaits reconstruction at its new site, divided among several piles of brick, stone, wood and soil. Supporters of preservation of the house say it is linked to the first settler
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Merrimack IT Engineer Gets Honor of First Question of Twitter Town Hall - Patch.com
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William Smith says he was shocked his question was chosen partly because of what he asked, partly because he's conservative. By Carolyn Dube | Email the author | 10:00am Calling it his "Tweet Heard 'Round the World," Merrimack resident and conservative
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  • 1816
    Smith died in Smith Valley in the town of Lebanon in 1816.
    More Details Hide Details He is interred in the West Hill Cemetery in the Town of Sherburne, on New York State Route 80.
  • 1814
    After the United States House of Representatives elections in New York, 1814, credentials of his election to the 14th United States Congress were issued by the Secretary of State of New York, but Stephens did not take or claim the seat.
    More Details Hide Details Part of the votes had been erroneously returned for "Westel Willoughby" (omitting the "Jr."), thus giving Stephens apparently a majority. On December 13, 1815, Westel Willoughby, Jr. was declared by a vote of the House entitled to the seat.
  • 1807
    In 1807 Smith moved to Lebanon, New York. Smith was elected as a Federalist to the 13th United States Congress, holding office from March 4, 1813 to March 3, 1815.
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  • 1800
    He was appointed by President John Adams surveyor of the port of New York in 1800.
    More Details Hide Details During this period the Smiths bought land in what was then the countryside outside of New York City, and planned to build an estate, which they called Mount Vernon, in honor of George Washington. They never lived there, but a carriage house on the property was later converted to a hotel and is now operated as the Mount Vernon Hotel Museum. Colonel Smith raised private funds, procured weapons, and recruited soldiers of fortune to fight the Spanish territory of Venezuela. This action was inspired by Smith's renewal of acquaintance with Francisco de Miranda, whom Smith had first met when he was John Adams's secretary in London in 1783. On 2 February 1806, a force of filibusters, including Smith's son William Steuben, set sail on a chartered merchant vessel, the Leander. The Spanish captured the ship and the mercenaries. Steuben later escaped.
  • 1795
    He was one of the originators of the Society of the Cincinnati, and served as its president from 1795 to 1797.
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  • 1789
    Smith was appointed by President Washington to be the first United States Marshal for the District of New York in 1789, and later supervisor of revenue.
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  • 1788
    He returned to America in 1788.
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  • 1786
    While there, he met and courted John Adams's daughter Abigail ("Nabby"), whom he married in 1786.
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  • 1784
    He was secretary of the Legation at London in 1784.
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  • 1780
    He was on the staff of General Lafayette in 1780 and 1781, became an adjutant in the Corps of Light Infantry then transferred to the staff of George Washington.
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  • 1776
    He served in the Revolutionary Army as aide-de-camp to general John Sullivan in 1776.
    More Details Hide Details Smith fought in the Battle of Long Island, was wounded at Harlem Heights, fought at the Battle of White Plains, was promoted to lieutenant colonel at the Battle of Trenton and fought at the Battle of Monmouth and Newport.
  • 1774
    Born on Long Island, he graduated from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) in 1774, and studied law for a short time.
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  • 1755
    Born in 1755.
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