Horatio Smith

(1779—1849) writer and humorist

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brother of James (1775–1839), joint author, with his brother, of Rejected Addresses (1812), and of Horace in London (1813), imitations of certain odes of Horace. He then turned to the writing of historical romances; his Brambletye House (1826), the story of a young Cavalier, was followed by many others including The Tor Hill (1826), as well as plays and poems and work for the New Monthly Magazine.

Subjects: Literature.

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