A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 1, Physique, Archaeology, Domesday, Ecclesiastical Organization, the Jews, Religious Houses, Education of Working Classes To 1870, Private Education From Sixteenth Century

This general volume covers the topics above for whole ancient county of Middlesex; it also has an English version of the Domesday book entries, separately indexed, and a general index to the rest of the volume.

Victoria County History - Middlesex. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1969.

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Table of Contents

Title Page(s)
List of illustrations xi-xii
List of maps xiii
Editorial note xv-xvi
Middlesex Victoria County History council xvii
Classes of documents in the public record office used xix
Documents in the Greater London Record Office (Middlesex records) used xxi
Note on abbreviations xxiii-xxiv
The Physique of Middlesex 1-10
Archaeology: The Lower Palaeolithic Age 11-21
Archaeology: The Mesolithic Age 21-28
Archaeology: The Neolithic Age 29-36
Archaeology: The Beaker Period 36-41
Archaeology: The Bronze Age 42-50
Archaeology: The Iron Age 50-64
Archaeology: The Romano-British Period 64-74
Archaeology: The Pagan Saxon Period 74-79
Domesday Survey: Introduction I 80-88
Domesday Survey: Introduction II 88-90
Domesday Survey: Introduction III 90-94
Domesday Survey: Introduction IV 95-98
Domesday Survey: Introduction V 98-118
Domesday Survey: Translation of the Text 119-129
Domesday Survey: Appendix I 130-132
Domesday Survey: Appendix II 132-135
Domesday Survey: Appendix III 135-138
Ecclesiastical Organization 139-148
The Jews 149-151
Religious Houses: Introduction 152-155
Religious Houses: House of Benedictine nuns 156-159
Religious Houses: House of Carthusian monks 159-169
Religious Houses: House of Augustinian canons 169-170
Religious Houses: Houses of Augustinian canonesses 170-182
Religious Houses: House of Bridgettines 182-191
Religious Houses: House of Trinitarian friars 191-193
Religious Houses: House of Knights hospitallers 193-204
Religious Houses: Hospitals 204-212
The Education of the Working Classes to 1870 213-240
Private Education from the Sixteenth Century: Developments from the 16th to the early 19th century 241-255
Private Education from the Sixteenth Century: The reign of Victoria 255-285
Private Education from the Sixteenth Century: The twentieth century 285-289
Schools: Christ's College, Finchley 290
Schools: Coborn School 290
Schools: The Coopers' Company's School 291-293
Schools: Davenant Foundation Grammar School 293-294
Schools: Enfield Grammar School 294-296
Schools: Haberdashers' Aske's Schools 296-297
Schools: Hampton Grammar School 298-299
Schools: Harrow School 299-302
Schools: Highgate School 302-304
Schools: Latymer and Godolphin Schools 305-306
Schools: St. Marylebone Grammar School 306-307
Schools: Mill Hill School 307-308
Schools: The North London Collegiate School 308-310
Schools: Owen's School 310-311
Schools: Queen's College, Harley Street 311-312
Schools: Raine's Foundation Schools 312-314
Schools: Tottenham Grammar School 314
The University of London: The University 315-344
The University of London: The Constituent Colleges 345-359
Index to the translation of the Domesday Survey 361-362
General index: A-J 363-373
General index: K-Z 373-384
Corrigenda to volumes II and III 385