Weekly illustrated society magazine founded in 1861. Following a series of mergers over the years it survives in the form of the fashion magazine Harper’s Bazaar.
Four women from Windsor executed for witchcraft in 1579.
Part of a theatre stage in front of the curtain.
Last publication by the English author H. G. Wells, a darkly pessimistic prediction about the future extinction of the human race.
Monthly publication founded by George Newnes, published 1891–1950, credited with introducing the short story to a British audience.
Grade I listed Roman Catholic Church in Urmston, Greater Manchester.
Public green space in Sale, Greater Manchester.
British motorcycle manufacturer, active from 1909 until 1922.
Last person to be prosecuted under the 1735 Witchcraft Act, in 1944.
Last person to be imprisoned under the Witchcraft Act 1735, in 1944.