Benjamin Humphrey Smart

(c. 1786—1872) elocutionist and grammarian

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Benjamin Humphrey Smart was born about 1786 and died on 24 February 1872. Little is known about him other than that he lived in London, where he taught elocution at one time at Connaught Terrace, Hyde Park. He was a member of the Athenaeum, the address he gave in several of his books, from 1850 to 1869.


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