|AR||01||A Poor Working Man Of God||20050613|
Sydney Smith's entertaining and humane outlook on life is as enjoyable now as it was when he was writing in the late 18th and early 19th century.
Here he reflects on how, against his own inclination, he became a curate.
|AR||02||The Land Of Calvin, Oatcakes And Sulphur||20050614|
At the beginning of the 19th century, Sydney marries and moves to Edinburgh.
|AR||03||A Passionate Love For Common Justice||20050615|
Sydney moves to LONDON in 1804, where his lectures on Moral Philosophy create a sensation.
|AR||04||Twelve Miles From A Lemon||20050616|
Sydney and his family arrive in North YORKshire.
|AR||05 LAST||Pate De Foie Gras To The Sound Of Trumpets||20050617|
Though passed over for a bishopric, Sydney's reflections show an unfailing wisdom and good humour.