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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Enfield Churches

    Enfield Churches CHURCHES. There was a priest at Enfield in 1086 . 8 At about that date Geoffrey de Mandeville gave a portion of the tithes, with pannage in the park and woods, to his newly-founded priory at Hurley

    Enfield Introduction

    Enfield Introduction ENFIELD ENFIELD 1 contained 12,460 a. in 1831 , when it was the largest parish in Middlesex after Harrow with Pinner . 2 Enfield 'Town', as it came to be called, 3 grew up on the edge

    Enfield Charities for the poor

    Enfield Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. 87 A hospital, mentioned in 1568 88 and again in 1605 , 89 apparently had no connexion with later alms-houses. The unused balances of five charities were combined in 1805

    Enfield Public services

    Enfield Public services PUBLIC SERVICES. A private conduit served Whitewebbs in 1569 45 and the brick conduit-house survived in 1873 . 46 Under the inclosure Act of 1777 a water-pipe was provided from Sir Thomas Hallifax 's conduit on

    Enfield Growth before 1850

    Enfield Growth before 1850 GROWTH BEFORE 1850. An oval camp in Hadley wood, covering 15 a. and from 1850 bisected by the main line of the G.N.R., is evidence of prehistoric settlement in the thickly wooded western part of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AEROSTATIC EXCURSION, AND FATAL CATASTROPHE. Mr. Harris, the gentleman who was the companion of Mr. Graham in his late aerial voyage, ascended on Tuesday in a balloon of his own construction from the gardens of the Eagle Tavern, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Memoirs of the Biqht Hon ourable Henry Lord Langdale. By Thomas Duffus Hardy. 2 vols. Bentley. Good ability, great industry, a worthy presence, and more than common scrupulousness in fulfilment of all duties, caused Henry Bickersteth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Alfred the Great. By Thomas Hughes, M.P. Macmillan and Co. It is very difficult to characterise this book. One cannot withhold a measure of sympathy from any- thing that Mr Hughes writes, for it is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fbr rema itider of Sales by A uction, dc., see ptzg 8. SALES BY AUCTION ON TUESDAY NEXT, 41- THE LARGE SALE RIOOS.,CORPORATION STlRE~r. SALE OF THE EXCELLENT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE dI GENERAL HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS of lIESI- .ENCE6SAtSSolibuI Harborne. and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE RUNNINTG OHAMPIONSHrP IN AMERICA, - - _ S1 s1 .oa id Tleo season before last the Americans first Challenged us thb in asmateur athletics, when they sent over Messrs. Myers PR ly and Morrill to do bottle with Subscribers-only content

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