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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Monken Hadley Church

    s tithes. 92 When Enfield Chase was inclosed in 1779 , 50 a. of Hadley 's allotment lying north of Camlet Way, later called Glebe farm, was assigned to the incumbent in place of tithes in Hadley , although Hadley

    Enfield Communications ENFIELD c. 1750

    Near the western boundary it joined the road running north from Cockfosters and as Camlet Way, mentioned in 1658 and named after an ancient site called Camlet Moat , 9 continued westward into Monken Hadley . The stretch of the


    G.N.R.'s main line in 1885 . Charles Jack , tenant of the Beech Hill estate, leased some land north of Camlet Way in 1884 and laid out Crescent East, which had 15 large semi-detached houses by 1888 , and Crescent

    Enfield Other estates

    bought by Francis Russell , secretary of the duchy court, who built a house called Beech Hill Park south of Camlet Way. 90 In 1781 the estate was enlarged by 106 a. on its west and south sides 91 but

    Enfield Churches

    a wooden hut in the grounds of St. Ronan's, Hadley Wood . 38 In 1911 a small church room in Camlet Way was built of rusticated concrete blocks to the designs of A. E. Kingwell and licensed for services. In

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oenel more or less the same. Royal Governments have their a ,valtsrwr as wsetl as Republican ones; hbt certainly they Camlet lay cliiin, to a less tenlllency to encroachment. ''Ihe urrsean is a timn when they will endeavour to per- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of wvell-sea- soned Furs at reduced prices; a rich dieplay of Velvet, Satin, Satin Terre, Durepe, French andBivtish Merits, Cloth, Camlet, and a variety of Fasncy Cloaks in every style. Irish -linens, Lawns, Sheetings, Huckabacks, Diapers, French and Scotch Canobrirs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    weRsia Foned Foes at reduced prices; a rin disbblay of Velvet, Satin Satin Terre, Dachpe, French and British Merisso, Cloth, Camlet, and al variety of Fancy Cloaks evesry style. Inish Liners, Lawens, Sheetiasgs, locloalback-a, Diapers, Fresseh and Scotch Comb-ics, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    seith. C 1ELEBRATED for BOYS' CLOTHING k DOUDNEY and SON, 49 Lombard street.-Established i78S.- Hossar Suits, 24s., Best Cloth, 34s.; Camlet Cloaks, 8s. 6d., Cloth ditto, ItiS. . a d. e Gentlemen's Taglionis and Buckskin Trousers - - - I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in compo-D fEancy~ d Frame, Eo 49 Lod bard street.-Celebrated for BOms rpOTHINGrd usd r Suits, 24,; Best Cloth 34s. Camlet Cloakss. 6d; Cloth ditto, ios. A Gentlemarly Suit, of the best quality, 3L 12s- 6d- SuperienDress Cot 2 7 Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Affairs of the East India Company, Minutes of evidence: 01 July 1830

    at Halifax , or near. In what Year had the Camlet Weavers full Employment? In 1822. I was then obliged to teach a Number of Men; there were not Camlet Hands enough to complete the Company's Orders, and the Private

    Index of subjects

    cawdryne, 84 Calico , calycow, 223 Calves , calvys, 81 Calybre fur , see Calaber Calycow clothe , see Calico Camlet , chamblet, chamlet, 2, 4, 5, 58, 68, 101, 126, 154, 156, 178 (p. 105), 183, 184, 187, 196,

    The Justicing notebook of Henry Norris, 1738-9 (nos 249-315)

    ] . 251 . Sunday, 5 February 1738 Mary Grace complains of a Robbery committed in her house yesterday a Camlet gown & a [Silk deleted ] Cotton gown her own pperty w th Severall other goods Stoln in her

    Affairs of the East India Company, Minutes of evidence: 11 June 1830

    diminished in Price from Forty-two to Forty-five per Cent . since the Year 1821; and the Number of Pieces of Camlet exported in the Year 1820 was 9,246; in the Year 1821, 2,863; whereas in the last Two Years, notwithstanding

    Appendix II, Descriptive list of commodities

    white linen cloth from Kamerijk (Cambrai) in Flanders. Camlet, 45; unwatered, 781; watered, 339. A mixed fabric of uncertain composition but often incorporating silk and probably of high quality. See also Grogram camlet Candle plates, 18; latten, 703 Candlesticks, 146;


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