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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Industries Paper

    2,040). In 1804 Henry and Sealy Fourdrinier, stationers and paper manufacturers of London , erected their first paper-making machine at Boxmoor , Herts . This, with many improvements by subsequent inventors, continued to be for many years the principal type

    Harrow , including Pinner Suburban development HARROW

    & Birmingham (later the London & North Western ) 34 Railway was opene d in 1837 from Euston Square to Boxmoor ( Herts .), passing northward through the middle of the parish. Harrow (later Harrow & Wealdstone ) station was

    Parishes Rickmansworth

    and enlarged in 1898 , is dedicated in honour of our Lady of Help of Christians, and is served from Boxmoor . CHARITIES Charity School Fund. -A school for the poor of this parish was founded in or about 1711,

    Index A-J

    see Southgate Bowet , Hen., later abp. of York , Bowles , -, Bownell , Mordecai, Nich., Thos., Boxing , Boxmoor ( Herts .) , Boyd , Prebendary F. Leith , Boydell , Josiah, Boyland , Wm., Boyle , Eliz.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d. s. d. London to - Hacrosw - - 2 6 'd 0 Watford . - 4 6 2 6 Boxmoor - 6 0 3 6 Belrvihampstecal - 6 6 4 0 Tring - - -7 6 46 Harrow to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    train, from Birmingham to London, on which witness was also stationed on duty. On the arrival of the train between Boxmoor and Watford witness was stationed on the carriage next to the engine, when, on a sudden, he heard a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been sent to Watford the accident would in all luman probability have been prevented; had the warning been sent to Boxmoor the accident must have been prevented. And with how little trouble might this loss of life have been saved. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for nearly three hours, and thle notice of danger had not travelled further in that time than to Harrow. At Boxmoor, indeed, Simpson was desired biy a policeman to go slowly by the Harrow station. What could be the meaning Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. Goff, Somerset street, Portmran square, court milliners-J. Robinson and C. James, Nottingisam, thnber merchants -J. Aspley and A. Howerofe, Boxmoor, Herts, coal merchants-B. England and E. Swift, Oldham, Lancashire, cotton manufacturers-Ni and E. J. Itantrowitz, Salford, Lancashime, tobaeconi3ts-Sarah and Subscribers-only content

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