The Concise classical dictionary and Wordsworth classical dictionary are reprints of the Smaller classical dictionary.
#1 Sir William George Smith, lexicographer, 1813-1893
#2 Chief Justice, Province of New York, 1728-1793
#3 Anglican clergyman, 1727-1803
#4 William C. Smith, 1946-
#5 W. Robertson Smith, Scottish orientalist, 1846-1894
#6 poet, flourished 1596.
#7 strength coach.
#8 geologist, 1769-1839.
#9 William J Smith, Jr (William Joseph), 1899-
#10 William Wesley Smith, 1878-
#11 William J Smith is the publisher, not the author (none shown in book).
#12 is William A. Smith.
#13 (UK), 1910-
#14 Smith, Wilfred Cantwell 1916-2000,(Amazon, LoC), Faith and Belief
#15 Smith, William ,(LoC), Segmented wood turning
#16 Smith, William Rev. fl. 1796-1802,(WC), Journal of a voyage in the missionary ship Duff, to the Pacific Ocean in…
#17 Smith, William fl. 1892 ,(LoC), Folklore, antiquities, and general local information relating to former times connected with the parishes of Auchindoir and Kearn
#18 William Smith, artist,(WC), Scott Country, Water-colours
#19 Smith, William d. 1750 ,(WC), An authentic account of the life and memoirs of Mr. William Smith an unfortunate convict, executed at Tyburn, on the 3d of October, 1750, for forgery. In which are inserted some original letters, and an ode, never yet published. ... Written by himself
#20 Smith, William 1711-1787 ,(WC), History of the Peloponnesian War
#21 Smith, William b. 1615 or 16 ,(WC), The Safe Way to Glory
#22 William Smith, Canadian polititian and historian, 1769-1847, son of William Smith #2, (DCB) History of Canada
#23 William Smith, pLaywright and herald, c.1550-1618, (DNB) The Hector of Germanie
#24 William Smith, seaman, fl. 1682-4, Account of the late ship-wreck of the ship called the President
#25 William Smith, freemason, fl. 1735-6