Horace Smith

Horace Smith may refer to:

  • Horace Smith (poet) (1779–1849), English poet and novelist
  • Horace Smith (inventor) (1808–1893), co-founder of Smith & Wesson
  • Horace B. Smith (1826–1888), U.S. Representative from New York
  • Horace Smith (New Brunswick politician) (1914–2001), Canadian politician
  • Dennis Smith (cricketer) (1913–1986), Horace Dennis Smith

Other articles related to "horace smith, smith":

Daniel B. Wesson - Smith & Wesson
... Wesson partnered with Horace Smith and Courtlandt Palmer to develop the Smith Wesson Lever pistol and the first repeating rifle – the Volcanic ... Production was in the shop of Horace Smith in Norwich, CT ... Originally using the name "Smith Wesson Company", the name was changed to "Volcanic Repeating Arms Company" in 1855, with the addition of new investors, one of ...
Volcanic Repeating Arms - History
... Horace Smith was also hired by Courtlandt Palmer to improve the Jennings Rifle, patenting the Smith-Jennings in 1851 ... In 1854, partners Horace Smith and Daniel B ... the businessman who had purchased the Jennings and Smith-Jennings patent rights, and further improved on the operating mechanism, developing the Smith Wesson Lever pistol, and a new ...
Horace Smith (New Brunswick Politician)
... Horace Smith (March 17, 1914 - March 22, 2001) was a Canadian politician in the Province of New Brunswiick ... In the 1970 New Brunswick general election Smith was elected as the Progressive Conservative Party candidate in the Sunbury riding ... Premier Richard Hatfield appointed Horace Smith to the Cabinet as a Minister without portfolio and on July 18, 1972 to Minister of Municipal Affairs, a position he held for more ...

Famous quotes containing the word smith:

    Let us drink anew to the time when you
    Were a tadpole and I was a fish.
    —Langdon Smith (1858–1908)