Scottish minister at Inverkeithing and Rosyth who played a significant role in the witch-hunt of 1649–1650.
Any external angle or corner of a structure.
An account by Daniel Defoe of the great storm of 1703, the first work of modern journalism.
Early form of English newspaper published from the 1620s until the 1630s.
A British weekly automobile magazine founded in 1902.
A probably fictional 17th-century female pirate.
Victorian painter, principally of genre and historical subjects.
A blacksmith and self-taught artist whose major work, The Forge, was completed in 1847.
Daubed as “The richest commoner in Scotland”, Colonel John Gordon owned estates on mainland Scotland and purchased several Scottish islands
A mythical heraldic beast hatched from a rooster’s egg hatched by a toad, said to be able to kill with its stare.