Behn, Afra (16401689)

Behn, Afra, a licentious writer, born in Kent, for whom, for her free and easy ways, Charles II. took a liking; sent by him as a spy to Holland, and through her discovered the intention of the Dutch to burn the shipping in the Thames. She wrote plays and novels (16401689).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Behm, Ernst * Behring Strait
Befa`na
Begg, James
Beghards
Beguins
Begum
Behaim, Martin
Behar
Behe`moth
Behis`tun
Behm, Ernst
Behn, Afra
Behring Strait
Beira
Beke, Dr.
Bekker, Immanuel
Bel and the Dragon, History of
Bela I.
Bela IV.
Belch, Sir Toby
Belcher, Sir Edward
Belfast