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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 458 pages of information about Life of Adam Smith.

Wealth of Nations, various dates of composition toolmarked in
    the text, 256;
  publication, 284;
  reception, 285;
  Hume’s letter on, 286;
  Gibbon on, 287;
  quoted in Parliament, 290;
  editions, 293;
  early influence on public affairs, 294;
  Danish translation, 356;
  French translations, 359;
  German, 359;
  Spanish, 360;
  letter of Smith to Cadell about third edition, 362

Webster, Dr. A., lists of examinable persons, 399, 400

Wedderburn, Alexander (Earl of Rosslyn), attends Smith’s lectures, 32;
  connection with Foulis’s Academy of Design, 75;
  editor of Edinburgh Review, 121

Whiggism, Smith’s, 162, 379, 389, 410

Whist, Smith at, 97

Wilberforce, Bishop, account of Smith’s altercation with Johnson, 156

Wilberforce, William, opinion of Smith, 447;
  promoter of British Fisheries Society, 408

Wilkes, John, Smith on, 163

Wilkie, the poet, on Smith, 102

Will, Smith’s, 436

Wilson, Professor A., his type-foundry, 71;
  Smith’s interest in the foundry, 77;
  new foundry in Glasgow College grounds, 78

Windham, William, on Smith’s house in Edinburgh, 326;
  romantic incident, 394;
  on Smith’s family circle, 395

Windischgraetz, Count J.N. de, his proposed reform of legal
    terminology, 376

Wordsworth, William, on Smith as a critic, 34

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