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         Smiles Samuel:     more books (23)
  1. Duty by Samuel, 1812-1904 Smiles, 2009-10-26
  2. The Huguenots in France after the revocation of the Edict of Nan by Smiles. Samuel. 1812-1904., 1881-01-01
  3. Life of a Scotch naturalist: Thomas Edward. associate of the Lin by Smiles. Samuel. 1812-1904., 1876-01-01
  4. The life of George Stephenson. railway engineer. by Smiles. Samuel. 1812-1904., 1858-01-01
  5. James Brindley and the early engineers by Samuel, 1812-1904 Smiles, 2009-10-26
  6. The life of Thomas Telford. civil engineer. With an introductory by Smiles. Samuel. 1812-1904., 1867-01-01
  7. The life of George Stephenson and of his son Robert Stephenson; by Smiles. Samuel. 1812-1904., 1868-01-01
  8. Samuel Smiles: And the Construction of Victorian Values by Adrian Jarvis, 1997-04

21. | People | SMILES, Samuel
People Samuel Smiles. Samuel Smiles. No Plaque Image Available. Click to add one. 18121904 Author of Self Help , lived here. Links.

22. | People | PHELPS, Samuel
1873 NAPOLEON III, 18081873 PALMER, Samuel 1805-1881 RICHMOND, George 1809-1896 SCOTT, Sir George Gilbert 1811-1878 Smiles, Samuel 1812-1904 STAUNTON, Howard

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24. Lab Helpline FAQ Search Results
Originator Samuel Smiles (18121904), Scottish writer, in The Wealth of Nations (1776). Originator Samuel Smiles (1812-1904) in Self-help (1859).

25. Other Archival Holdings -Samuel Smiles
Special Collections. Smiles, Samuel, 18121904. Letters to John Hartree and Janet _. 1880 April 2 - 1904 April 25. 7 items (23 p. on 7 leaves).
Special Collections
SMILES, SAMUEL, 1812-1904.
1880 April 2 - 1904 April 25.
7 items (23 p. on 7 leaves).
Scottish author and social reformer. Biographical information available in The dictionary of national biography, 1901-1911, p. 322-325.
Holograph, signed.
Donated by Timothy Travers in 1987.
MsC 158

Last update: March 1998

26. NPG 1856; Samuel Smiles
Sitter Samuel Smiles (18121904), Social reformer; author of Self Help . Sitter in 2 portraits. Artist Louise Jopling-Rowe (née Goode) (1843-1933), Artist.

27. The Classical Essayists.
Bernard (18561950). Smiles, Samuel (1812-1904) This Scottish author was more the biographer than essayist. His most famous work was, Self Help (1859).
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Addison, Joseph
The eldest son of a cleric, Addison eventually found himself at Oxford (Queen's and Magdalen). He wrote favourable (whether commissioned, or not) articles concerning certain powerful people and their works; he was duly rewarded with a pension of £300 which allowed Addison to travel extensively throughout the continent for four years. With the victory at Blenheim , in 1704, Addison was commissioned to write The Campaign and this led to further political patronage; he was appointed as a Commissioner of Excise Taxes (the only significant taxes they had in those days). The job as a commissioner, presumably, took little of Addison's time and he was left to pursue his writing. While he had contributed to the Tatler (started by Steele in 1709), Addison started his own paper in 1711, the Spectator ("In the Spectator may be traced the foundations of all that is sound and healthy in modern English thought." [

28. Blupete's Favorite Links
Man and Superman (; Pygmalion (; An Unsocial Socialist (Project Gutenberg) Smiles, Samuel (18121904)





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    Belloc, Hilaire
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    Calvin, William
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    Carlyle, Thomas
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    Cobbett, William
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    From MOA (The Making of America collection, a collaborative effort between the University of Michigan and Cornell University.)
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  • Everybody's Business is Nobody's Business . (Project Gutenberg)
  • Giving Alms no Charity . (McMaster)
    Ellis, Havelock
  • 29. The Victorian Literary Studies Archive, Hyper-Concordance, Concordance, Concorda
    Walter (17711832); Shaw, GB (1856-1950); Shelley, PB (1792-1822); Smiles, Samuel (1812-1904); Stephen, Leslie (1832-1904); Stevenson, RL
    This Hyper-Concordance is written in C++, a program that scans and displays lines based on a command entered by the user. The main advantage of the C++ program is that it not only identifies the concordance lines but the words occurring to the left and the right of the word or phrase searched. It also reports the total number of text lines, the total word count and the number of occurrences of the word or phrase searched. The full text of the book is displayed in a box at the bottom of the screen. Each line of the text is numbered, and the line number and the term(s) searched provide a link to the full text. The Hyper-Concordance displays two pull-down boxes. The user can first choose one of a selection of authors from the box and then one from a list of the author's works. There are four limiting options displayed before searching: case sensitive, non-alphabet character sensitive, head length and tail length. The searcher can also ascertain the book's total word count and vocabulary distribution by searching without a query. I hope this web-based KWIC concordance (Key Word in Context) offers a clear survey of Victorian literary texts. My warmest thanks go to a colleague of mine, Dr. Masahiro Komatsu (Graduate School of Languages and Cultures, Nagoya University), who was kind enough to write the C++ program.

    30. Samuel Smiles, Social Reformer
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    31. Prescott Bright Smiles
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    32. Smiles.htm
    The most famous member of the family is of course Samuel Smiles (18121904), the social reformer and author of Self Help and other Victorian classics.
    The Smiles Papers
    Samuel Smiles.

    Sir Walter Smiles.

    Lady Fisher.
    The Smiles papers comprise c.1,450 documents and 5 volumes and consist of correspondence, certificates, political papers, newspaper cuttings, photographs, sketches and paintings, 1830-1972, deriving from the Smiles family, sometime of Portavo Point, Donaghadee, Co. Down.
    Samuel Smiles.
    The most famous member of the family is of course Samuel Smiles (1812-1904), the social reformer and author of Self Help and other Victorian classics. He is represented in the archive by, among other things: 41 family letters, c.1830, 1867, 1874, 1878 and 1889-1904; an early commonplace book of 1851; 24 pencil and water-colour sketches and paintings, 1855-1885, a few signed by Smiles with initials, and most relating to engineering projects (e.g. Kilsby Tunnel); and a collection of contemporary and later press-cuttings, including a bound volume of cuttings relating to Smiles's death in 1904. Self Help and informing Smiles that five years previously Self Help had been translated into Hungarian by Professor [?Konyves Thot Kalman]. Takirbourtz thanks Smiles for writing and enclosing his 'portrait': '... I can say with a certain amount of satisfaction that I have never thought of you as otherwise than your portrait shows you. Your genius and mind are pictured as clearly in your works as in your features.

    33. Samuel Smiles, Author Of "Self-Help"
    Samuel Smiles, Author of SelfHelp . When Samuel Smiles (1812-1904) was a schoolboy in Scotland, he was fonder of frolic than of learning.
    Samuel Smiles, Author of "Self-Help" When Samuel Smiles (1812-1904) was a schoolboy in Scotland, he was fonder of frolic than of learning. He was not a prize-winner, and so was not one of his teacher’s favorites. One day his master, vexed by his dullness, cried out, "Smiles, you will never be fit for anything but sweeping the streets of your native borough!" From that day the boy’s mates called him by the name of the street sweeper in the little town. But he was not discouraged. " If I have done anything worthy of being remembered ," he wrote, more than sixty years later, when his name was known over the whole world, " it has not been through any superiority of gifts, but only through a moderate portion of them, accompanied, it is true, with energy and the habit of industry and application . As in the case of every one else, I had for the most part to teach myself. . . . Then I enjoyed good health, and health is more excellent than prizes. Exercise, the joy of interest and of activity, the play of the faculties, is the true life of a boy, as of a man. I had also the benefit of living in the country, with its many pleasures and wonders." When he was fourteen, he was apprenticed to a physician. In the intervals of his work, he sought to continue his education by reading. Books were expensive then, but several libraries were open to him.

    34. English Heritage -
    SLOVO, Joe (19261995) See FIRST, Ruth Smiles, Samuel (1812-1904), Author of Self Help , lived here. 11 Granville Park, SE13 Lewisham 1959

    35. Portraits De Personnages Celebres : SMI
    Smiles (Samuel)(18121904) Peinture 1 (2); SMILEY (Joseph) Photo 1; SMILLIE (Robert) Photo 1; SMIRKE (Robert)(1752-1845) Peinture 1
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    • SMILES (Samuel)(1812-1904)
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    • SMIRNOV (Ivan Vassilievitch, dit 'le petit Diable des Steppes')(1895-1956)
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    • SMITH (Albert Richard)(1816-1860)
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      • SMITH (Bessie)(1895-1937)
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      • SMITH (Charles A.)(1867-1948)
      • SMITH (Charles Ferguson)(1807-1862)
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      • SMITH (Christopher Robert)(1951-)
      • SMITH (Clara)(1894-1935)
        • SMITH (Clara Eliza)(1865-1943)
        • SMITH (Clyde)
        • SMITH (Sir C. Aubrey)(1863-1948)

    36. A Place For Everything And Everything In Its Place
    returned there when not in use. Origin. Samuel Smiles (18121904) in Thrift. A place for everything, and everything in its place. .
    The Phrase Finder A place for everything and everything in its place Phrases and Sayings Phrase Dictionary - Meanings and Origins A place for everything and everything in its place The Phrase Thesaurus Phrase Thesaurus Subscription Meanings and origins of phrases and sayings Discussion Forum ... Contact Us Search this site:
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    The notion that everything should have a place to be stored in and that it should be tidily returned there when not in use. Origin Samuel Smiles (1812-1904) in Thrift. 'A place for everything, and everything in its place.'

    37. Samuel
    Samuel Palmer (18051881) English painter. Samuel Smiles (1812-1904) Scottish author. Samuel Colman (1832-1920) American painter.
    For many more names, please return to Edgar's Main Page. Samuel
    Gender : Masculine
    Language : English
    Samuel was rare until after the Reformation when Old Testament names became popular in Protestant countries.
    Pronunciation : sam-yull
    Dutch Saam
    English Sam Sammie Sammy Russian Samoyla Alternates Samual Samuell Semua Samien Shemuel Hawaiian Kamuela Hebrew (Modern) Shmuel Russian Samuil Welsh Sawyl Safwyl Famous Bearers Artists and Authors Samuel Scheidt German composer. Samuel Twardowski Polish poet. Samuel Cooper English painter. Samuel Butler English poet. Samuel Arnold English composer Samuel McIntire American architect. Samuel Rogers English poet. Samuel Taylor Coleridge English poet. Samuel Lover Anglo-Irish novelist. Samuel Cousins English engraver. Samuel Palmer English painter. Samuel Smiles Scottish author. Samuel Colman American painter. Samuel Langhorne Clemens American author otherwise known as Mark Twain. Samuel Rutherford Crockett Scottish novelist.

    38. Did You Know (facts From The Fields Of Ethics And Character Education)
    soul. This is the end; all else ought to be regarded but as the means. Samuel Smiles (18121904; Scottish biographer, essayist).
    Dr. Gough's
    "Did you know...?" Useful facts from the fields of ethics and character education.
    (Updated every other Sundayexcept during the summer!) Examples of how, until the mid-20th century, the cultivation of character and virtue was the virtually universal, primary goal of education "The highest education and learning of all is that which teaches us to develop those principles of purity and perfect virtue which Heaven bestowed upon us at our birth, in order that we may acquire the power of influencing for good those amongst whom we are placed, by our precepts and example; a study without an end-for our labors cease only when we have become perfect-an unattainable goal, but one that we must not the less set before us from the very first. It is true that we shall not be able to reach it, but in our struggle toward it we shall strengthen our characters and give stability to our ideas, so that, whilst ever advancing calmly in the same direction, we shall be rendered capable of applying the faculties with which we have been gifted to the best possible account." Confucius (551-479 BC; Chinese philosopher, moralist)  "If you ask what is the good of education in general, the answer is easy: that education makes good men, and that good men act nobly." Plato (c.428-348; Greek philosopher)

    39. Great Books Menu
    Samuel Smiles (18121904), Self-Help (1859) In his most famous book, an eloquent Scotsman chronicles enduring principles which enable individuals and society
    the history of liberty "Where liberty dwells,
    there is my country."
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    Great books on liberty Ettienne de la Boetie (1530-1563), Discourse of Voluntary Servitude (1552/1553, published 1574)
    This remarkable Frenchman says that rulers have only as much power as people willingly let them have. The radical meaning was plain, that rulers are doomed when people have had enough of them. [] John Locke (1632-1704), An Essay Concerning the True Original End and Extent of Government The first major work, better known as Locke's Second Treatise , saying that individuals have a natural right to life, liberty and property, regardless what governments might say. Individuals have a right to rebel if necessary to secure their rights, this English physician and philosopher declared. His work had a major impact on Americans who gained independence from England. [Institute for American Liberty] Adam Ferguson (1723-1816),

    Translate this page Smiles, Samuel (1812-1904) escritor moralista y sociólogo escocés. SOUVRE, Madeleine de, marquesa de Sable (1599-1678) escritora francesa.
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