A form of tenure under English feudal property law.
An English nursery rhyme the earliest known version of which appears in 1784, probably a counting rhyme.
An ancient Christian symbol for the Church.
An English nursery rhyme the earliest known version of appears in 1784.
A semicircular or polygonal termination of the chancel, which is typically situated at the eastern end of a Christian church.
Scottish countess named in North Berwick witch trials as consulting with witches
A large ornamented wall, screen, or other structure placed behind the altar in a Christian church.
An apparition in the form of a double of a living person, often a portent of death.
Poisoner and thief whose most audacious hoax was The Prophet Hen of Leeds.
English actor, theatre manager, and one of the most successful self-made women of her time.