Serampur

Serampur, a town of modern aspect in India, on the Hooghly, 13 m. N. of Calcutta; originally Danish, was purchased by the British in 1845; manufactures paper and mats, and is associated with the successful missionary enterprise of the Baptists Carey, Marshman, and Ward.

Population (circa 1900) given as 36,000.

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

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Sennacherib
Sens
Senussi
Sepoy
September
September Massacres
Septuagint
Sepulveda, Juan Gines
Seraglio
Seraing
Serampur
Seraphic Doctor
Seraphim
Serapis
Seraskier
Serbonian Bog
Serfs
Seringapatam
Serjeant-at-Arms
Serpent, The
Serpukoff