Etheredge, Sir George (16361694)

Etheredge, Sir George, the originator of the kind of comedy “containing a vein of lively humour and witty dialogue which were afterwards displayed by Congreve and Farquhar”; has been called the “founder of the comedy of intrigue”; he was the author of three clever plays, entitled “Love in a Tub,” “She Would if She Could,” and “Sir Fopling Flutter” (16361694).

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

Ether * Ethics
Estremadura
Etéocles
Eternal City
Eternities, The Conflux of
Ethelbert
Etheldreda
Ethelred I.
Ethelred II.
Ether
Ether
Etheredge, Sir George
Ethics
Ethics of Dust, The
Ethiopia
Ethnology
Étienne, St.
Etive
Etna
Eton
Être Suprême
Etruria