Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography/Smith, Charles
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SMITH, Charles, bookseller, b. in New York city in 1768; d. there in 1808. He was a bookseller in New York city, translated plays for the stage from the German of Kotzebue and Schiller, and edited the “Monthly Military Repository” in 1796-'7, the Revolutionary descriptions in which were said to have been supplied by Baron Steuben and Gen. Horatio Gates. He also published a “Political Pocket Almanac” (New York, 1797).