The last woman in England to have been sentenced to be burnt at the stake.
National schools were set up by Anglican clergy and their local supporters and were run by single teachers using the monitorial system.
Redirected to Byrom, Allen, Sedgwick and Place.
An Act of the Parliament of Great Britain to prohibit the formation of new joint-stock companies unless approved by royal charter.
Wealthy Scottish merchant, politician, and landowner; commissioned Aberdeen architects to design two houses.
Redirected to Charlotte de Berry.
A probably fictional 17th-century female pirate.
A female pirate who operated in the Caribbean during the 18th century.
18th-century English cook, author of The British Housewife.
Redirected to Tottenham Outrage.