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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Enfield Public services

    1960s by one at no. 41 Baker Street . 88 Stations had also been opened in Enfield Highway and Enfield Lock by 1890 . 89 There was a police station in Ponders End High Street in 1971 , 90 when

    Enfield Introduction

    most thickly populated, with road- and river-side settlements at Ponders End , Enfield Highway , Enfield Wash , and Enfield Lock , and the 19th-century Royal Small Arms factory which produced the Lee-Enfield rifle. Before the inclosure of the Chase

    Enfield Social life

    Street in 1788 and revived in 1816 near the later Wright's flour mill; 98 racing afterwards took place near Enfield Lock but had died out long before 1858. 99 The races drew disreputable crowds: 20,000 people gathered in 1801 to

    List of illustrations

    Record (N.M.R.) of the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments ( England ), Crown Copyright; the Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield Lock . The coats of arms were drawn by C. W. Scott-Giles and H. Ellis Tomlinson . Little Stanmore :


    94 In 1887 the Standard Freehold Land Co. of Woolwich ( Kent ) sold plots in Standard Road, near Enfield Lock (formerly Ordnance Factory) station; they were bought by a builder from Kilburn 95 and the street had been built

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Richard, Enfield Wash Garman, Thomas,'Tottenham Garnett, W., Alexander square Gray, James, Lower Clapton Giles, George, Enfield Griggs, J. R., Enfield Lock. Gould, F. A., Gloucester place Harris, Edward, Hadley Hlarewood, C., Bath place, Kensington Ioare, Joseph, Harpstead Heare, Samuel, ditto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Thursday night last week, and on Tuesday morning was found by a bargeman in the River Lea, near Enfield Lock. He was rather eccentric in his manner, and very fond of fishing; and it is supposed that on Thursday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Military Tribunal, and between the years 1854 and 1858 no less than 352,5831. were expended upon the manufactory at Enfield Lock, and the rifle, now being turned out there at the rate of 2,000 a week, has become the national Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    body, but failed to find it. l A verdict of "Accidental deaths" was returned at ans inquest held at Enfield Lock on the body of Henry Wood, aged 22, a machinist in the Royal Small Arms Factory, C n who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW MAGAcZcsN RIPE-There is still consider- able activity in certain of the departments of the Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield Lock, owing to the com- pletion of orders in hand prior to the commencement of the manufacture of the new Subscribers-only content

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