Company incorporated in 1877 as the Manchester & Salford Tramway Company, to provide horse-drawn tram services throughout Manchester and Salford, in England.
The Manchester Terrier is a breed of dog of the smooth-haired terrier type.
Weekly newspaper published in Manchester, England, from 1828 to 1922, known for its free-trade radicalism.
Gardens opened in 1838, on a 15-acre (6 ha) site between Broom Lane and Northumberland Street in Broughton, now in Salford, England.
One of 2500 species of plants belonging to the Solanaceae family. Its psychoactive effects have been known to physicians since ancient times.
Lowest courts of law in England during the feudal period, their civil jurisdiction limited by subject matter and geography.
Pivotal figure in the great Scottish witchcraft panic of 1597.
Owner with her husband of a notorious molly house in 18th-century London.
Redirected to Margaret Henderson, Lady Pittadrow.
Member of the Scottish elite who was accused then incarcerated for witchcraft in 1649, but died before her case went to trial.