Settle, Elkanah (16481723)

Settle, Elkanah, a playwright who lives in the pages of Dryden's satireAbsalom and Achitophel”; was an Oxford man and littérateur in London; enjoyed a brief season of popularity as author of “Cambyses,” and “The Empress of Morocco”; degenerated into a “city poet and a puppet-show keeper,” and died in the Charterhouse; was the object of Dryden's and Pope's scathing sarcasms (16481723).

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

Sestertius * Setubal
Serjeant-at-Arms
Serpent, The
Serpukoff
Serrano y Dominguez
Sertorius
Servetus, Michael
Servia
Servius Tullius
Sesostris
Sestertius
Settle, Elkanah
Setubal
Seven Champions of Christendom
Seven Deadly Sins
Seven Dolours of the Virgin
Seven Sages of Greece
Seven Sleepers
Seven Wise Masters
Seven Wonders of the World
Seven Years' War
Severn