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English Setter

Medium-size breed of dog which, according to the breed standard, should ideally have an elegant appearance

Enid Blyton

English children’s writer whose books have been among the world’s best-sellers since the 1930s, selling more than 600 million copies.

Epsom riot

An attack on the police station at Epsom, Surrey by about 400 Canadian soldiers on 17 June 1919.

Epworth Rectory

Site of supposed paranormal events that occurred in 1716.

Ernest Terah Hooley

Ernest Terah Hooley (5 February 1859 – 11 February 1947) was an English financier who specialised in acquiring companies and then reselling them at inflated prices, making himself substantial profits in the process.

Ernest W. Marwick

Scottish writer, folklorist and antiquarian particularly noted for his texts on Orkney folklore and history

Essex witches

Collective name given to the 31 people accused of witchcraft in the English county of Essex between 1566 and 1589.

Esther Kenworthy Waterhouse

English artist, specialist in flower painting; her husband was fellow artist John William Waterhouse

Ethel Beatty

Ethel Beatty was a socialite and member of the aristocracy.

Euphame MacCalzean

Wealthy Scottish heiress and member of the gentry convicted of witchcraft. A key figure in the North Berwick witchcraft trials of 1590–1591.