Jerrold, Douglas

Jerrold, Douglas, dramatist and celebrated wit, born in London, son of a theatrical magistrate; began life as a printer; composed “Black-eyed Susan”; contributed to PunchMrs. Caudle's Lectures” among other pieces, and edited magazines; the keenness of his satire was the reflex of a feeling heart (1803-1857).

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

Jerome of Prague * Jersey
“Jenkins's Ear,”
Jenner, Edward
Jenner, Sir William
Jephthah
Jeremiad
Jeremiah
Jericho
Jerome, Jerome Klapta
Jerome, St.
Jerome of Prague
Jerrold, Douglas
Jersey
Jersey City
Jerusalem
Jerusalem, Kingdom of
Jerusalem Delivered
Jervis, Sir John
Jessica
Jesuitism
Jesuit
Jesus, the son of Sirach