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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Edmonton Communications

    it ran north-west from Edmonton Green and joined Bush Hill Road and Bush Hill . 81 Green Lanes joined it at Bush Hill . It was much altered at Bush Hill in 1805 82 and in 1807 extensive improvements were

    Edmonton Introduction EDMONTON c. 1600

    drinking water from Chadwell and Amwell ( Herts .) to Islington , crossed Edmonton parish from Bush Hill to Bowes . At Bush Hill a wooden aqueduct carried the river across a stream, presumably Salmon's brook. The Gordon rioters threatened

    Enfield Introduction

    in the north-west of the parish and runs south-eastward through a valley, entering Edmonton south of Enfield Town at Bush Hill ; it has two tributaries, the Leeging Beech gutter, which rises in the grounds of Trent Park , and

    Edmonton Other estates

    a lake, was pulled down c . 1840. 68 Bush Hill or Halliwick, the small estate centred on the house between the New River , Bush Hill , and Bush Hill Road , consisted c . 1600 of copyhold woodland

    Edmonton Growth after 1851 EDMONTON DEVELOPMENT FROM THE MID 19TH CENTURY

    remained unchanged throughout the later 19th century. At Bush Hill the two most important estates passed to builders, Bush Hill Park to the Bush Hill Park Co. in 1872 and Bush Hill after the death of Horace Harry , the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GORE, John (c.1689-1763), of Bush Hill, Mdx.

    (c.1689-1763), of Bush Hill, Mdx. Constituency Dates Great Grimsby 1747 1761 Biography John Gore carried on business in Bishopsgate Street in partnership with Joseph Mellish, later his son-in-law, with whose support he was returned for Grimsby. He began as a

    GORE, John (c.1689-1763), of Bush Hill, Mdx.

    (c.1689-1763), of Bush Hill, Mdx. Constituency Dates Great Grimsby 1747 1761 Ofifces Held Director, South Sea Co. 1711-12, 1715-21. Biography Gore was a Hamburg merchant, trading in partnership with Joseph Mellish, M.P., who became his son-in-law. As a director of

    SAMBROOKE, Sir Jeremy Vanacker, 4th Bt. (?1703-40), of Bush Hill, nr. Enfield, Mdx.

    4th Bt. (?1703-40), of Bush Hill, nr. Enfield, Mdx. Constituency Dates Bedford 30 Jan. 1731 5 July 1740 Biography Sir Jeremy Sambrooke, whose father succeeded to the baronetcy under special remainder on the death of his maternal uncle Sir John

    MELLISH, Joseph (?1717-90), of Bush Hill, Edmonton, Mdx.

    (?1717-90), of Bush Hill, Edmonton, Mdx. Constituency Dates Great Grimsby 1761 1780 Biography Mellish, who came of an old London merchant family, went into business in Bishopsgate Street in partnership with John Gore, subsequently his father-in-law. A member of the

    MELLISH, William (?1764-1838), of Bush Hill, Edmonton, Mdx.

    (?1764-1838), of Bush Hill, Edmonton, Mdx. Constituency Dates Great Grimsby 1796 71802 Great Grimsby 18 Mar. 1803 71806 Middlesex 1806 71820 Ofifces Held Dir. Bank of England 1792-1812, 1816-d., dep. gov. 1812-14, gov. 1814-16. Ofifces Held Vol. London and Westminster

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    From this point the ssrace was confined to a very smell limit. Royal Fern was beaten as they descended Bush Hill. and Scot Free, drawing away from I NSt. Medard and Harvester in the Ablngdon flip,' went on and won Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FrldaY . , 17 ...... Oxton Bridge. THE LDB1UBY EOUNDS.-AtG hla past Tmm. Monday ... Feb. 13 ....o lly Bush Hill, Zaetuor. Friday . , 17 .... Eiloot. SIR JOHN TROLLOPI'S MOUINDS.-At Zlever,. This day .... Feb. 11. The Kennels. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2 Mr. Bolton's Di Vernon, 3 yrs, lio~b i......Marsh S Paris (Cannon), Isis (Butler), Pyrenees ',Kenyon), Zisca (Ca. meron), Bush Hill (Killick), and Messenger (W~yatt), also ran, - Bettiig : 100 to 10 earls agst Messenger and Hasunds, I to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leigh and the numerous covers around Braces Leigh also failed to produce sport. it wvas nearly half-past one when Bush Hill was reached. Here an old one aas viewved, which took a circular track to the left of Lord's Wood, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE GENERAL ELECTION. j MR. BRILGHT AT BIRMINGHAM.' _ Mr. BacoGHT addressed a crowded meeting of the electors I an Caturday afternoon, at the Birmingham Concert Hall. i i The right lion, gentleman, who was received with loud II Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Hornsey

    in 1776, and a channel made on a raised bed of clay, in the same manner as described at Bush Hill. This aqueduct, which was called the Boarded River, passed over a small stream which runs to Hackney, and forms

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    WILLIAM RICHARDSON EDWARDS, Theft, 16/04/1806

    stating it to be affixed to the dwelling house of William Mellish . WILLIAM EMERSON sworn. I live at Bush Hill , I am tenant to William Mellish , esq . Q. When was it that you missed any lead

    DANIEL FREEMAN, Theft, 15/01/1812

    a pair of shoes, value 10 s. the property of William Scott . WILLIAM SCOTT . I live at Bush Hill with my mother. On the 6th of January I lost two pair of breeches and a pair of shoes;

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