Roger Howard has made his edition of John Smith’s Select Discourses available online here. He describes the work as follows:
John Smith’s Select Discourses are the only surviving literary remains of an important member of the group of Cambridge theologians now known collectively as the Cambridge Platonists. The Select Discourses were first published in 1660, with a second edition in 1673. Since then, the text has been printed in a number of increasingly unsatisfactory editions, in which intrusive editors have progressively moved further away from the original. Here, I present what I believe to be an accurate text, with the annotations needed for a modern reader. A few gaps remain to be filled in providing translations of some rabbinical quotations, which I may try to remedy at some point. A description of the contents of John Smith’s Commonplace Book is also to be added.
We are all in debt to Howard for this fine contribution to Cambridge Platonist scholarship!