Terry, Ellen (b. 1848)

Terry, Ellen (Mrs. Charles Kelly), the most celebrated of living English actresses, born at Coventry; made her début at the early age of eight, appearing as Mamilius in “The Winter's Tale,” at the Princess Theatre, then under the management of Charles Kean; during 1864—74 she lived in retirement, but returning to the stage in 1875 achieved her first great success in the character of Portia; played for some time with the Bancrofts and at the Court Theatre; in December 1878 made her first appearance at the Lyceum Theatre, then under the management of Henry Irving (q.v.), with whose subsequent successful career her own is inseparably associated, sharing with him the honours of a long list of memorable Shakespearian and other performances; (b. 1848).

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

Terre-Haute * Tersanctus
Teratology
Terburg, Gerhard
Terceira
Terence
Tereus
Terminus
Terpsichorë
Terra-Cotta
Terray, Abbé
Terre-Haute
Terry, Ellen
Tersanctus
Tertullian, Quintus Septimius Florens
Test Act
Testudo
Tetanus
Tethys
Tetragrammaton
Tetuan
Tetzel, John
Teufelsdröck