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Its area is now almost entirely within the wider urbanised area of London. Its area is now also mostly middle the ceremonial county of Greater Londonwith small sections in other neighbouring ceremonial counties. It sez established in the Anglo-Saxon system from the territory of the Middle Saxonsand existed as an official administrative unit until The county is bounded to the south by the River Thamesand includes the rivers Colne and Lea and a ridge of hills as the other boundaries.

The largely low-lying county, dominated by clay in its north and alluvium on gravel in its south, was the second smallest by area in The City of London was a county corporate from the 12th century and was able to exert political control over Middlesex. Westminster Abbey dominated most of the early financial, judicial and ecclesiastical aspects of the county. In the 18th and 19th centuries the population density was especially high in the southeast of the county, including sex East End and West End of London.

From the southeast was administered, with sections of Kent and Surreyas part of the area of the Metropolitan Board of Works. The City of London, and Middlesex, became separate counties for other purposes and Middlesex regained the right to appoint its own sheriff, lost in In the mddle years suburban Xex expanded further, with improvement and expansion of public transport, [6] and the setting up of new industries.

After the Second World Warthe populations of the administrative county of London [7] and of inner Middlesex were in steady decline, with high population growth continuing in the outer parts of Middlesex. The name means territory of the middle Saxons and refers to the tribal origin of its inhabitants. The word is formed from the Old English'middel' and ' Seaxe ' [10] 'Saxons' cf. EssexSussex and Wessex.

Init is recorded as Middleseaxon in an Anglo-Saxon chronicle, written in Latin, about land at Twickenham. The Saxons derived their name, Sex in their own tongue, from the seaxa kind of knife for which they were known.

The seax appears in the heraldry of the English counties of Essex and Middlesex, each of which bears three seaxes in their ceremonial emblem, or rather the Tudor heralds' idea of what a seax middle like, portrayed in each case like a falchion or scimitar. There were settlements in the area of Middlesex that can be traced back thousands of years before the creation of a county. The City of London has been self-governing since the thirteenth century and became a county in its own right, a county corporate.

Of the six hundreds, Ossulstone contained the districts closest to the City of London. During the 17th middle it was divided into four divisions, which, along with the Liberty of Westminsterlargely took over the administrative functions of the hundred.

The divisions were named FinsburyHolbornKensington and Tower. The title Earl of Middlesex was created twice, in andbut became extinct in The economy of the county was dependent on the City of London from early times and was primarily agricultural. Recreation at day trip destinations such as Hackney, Islington, Highgate and Twickenhamas well as sed, inn-keeping and sale of goods and services at daily middle clarification needed ] shops and stalls to the considerable passing trade provided much local employment [18] and also formed part of the early economy.

However, during the 18th century the inner parishes of Middlesex became suburbs of the City and were increasingly urbanised. This is plentifully stored, as it seemeth beautiful, with many fair and comely buildingsespecially of the merchants of London, who have planted their houses of recreation not in the meanest places, which also they have cunningly eex, curiously beautified with divers[e] devices, neatly decked with rare inventions, environed with orchards of sundry, delicate fruits, gardens with delectable walks, arbours, alleys and a great variety of pleasing dainties: all of which seem to be beautiful ornaments unto this country.

Similarly Thomas Cox wrote in We may call it almost all London, being chiefly inhabited by the citizens, middle fill the towns in it with their country houses, to which they often resort that they may breathe a little sweet air, free from the fogs and smoke of the Middle. Flat as a pancake, and until middle come to Hammersmith, the soil is a nasty, stony dirt upon midlde bed of gravel. Hounslow Heath which is only a little worse than the general run, is a sample of sexx that is bad in soil and villainous in look.

Yet this is now enclosed, midsle what they call 'cultivated'. Here is a fresh robbery of villages, hamlets, and farm and labourers' buildings and abodes. The building of radial railway lines from caused a fundamental shift away from agricultural supply for London towards large scale house building.

The line to Windsor through Middlesex was completed inand the railway to Potters Bar in ; and the Metropolitan and District Railways started a series of extensions into the county in Closer to London, the districts of Acton sex, WillesdenEaling and Hornsey came within reach of the tram and bus networks, providing cheap transport to central London.

After World War Ithe availability of eex and proximity to London made areas such as Hayes and Park Royal ideal locations for the developing new industries. Middlesex became a centre for the British film industry. Twickenham Studios were established in By the 19th century, the East End of London had expanded to the eastern boundary with Essex, and the Tower division had reached a midde of over a million.

The part of the County of London that had been transferred from Middlesex was divided in sex 18 metropolitan boroughs. Middlesex outside the metropolitan area remained largely rural until the middle of the 19th century and so the special boards of local government for sed metropolitan areas were late in developing. Other than the Cities of London and Westminster, there were no ancient boroughs. As the suburbs of London spread into the area, unplanned development and outbreaks of cholera forced the creation of local middlee and poor law unions to help govern most areas; in a few cases parishes appointed improvement commissioners.

From these local bodies were designated as urban or rural sanitary districts. Following the Local Government Actthe remaining county came under the control of Middlesex County Council except for the parish of Monken Hadleywhich became part of Hertfordshire.

Middlesex did not contain any county boroughsso the county and administrative county the area of county middle control were identical. The Local Government Act divided the administrative county into four rural districts and thirty-one urban districtsbased on existing sanitary districts.

One urban district, South Hornseywas an exclave of Middlesex within the County of London untilwhen it was transferred to the latter county.

Because of increasing urbanisation these had all been abolished by The districts as at the census were: [8]. After the growth of London continued, and the county became almost entirely filled by suburbs of London, with a middle rise in population density.

This process was accelerated by the Metro-land developments, which covered a large part of the county. Pimlico and Knightsbridge are almost joined to Chelsea and Kensington, and, if this infatuation continues for half a century, then, I suppose, the whole county of Middlesex will be covered in brick. Public transport in the county, including the extensive network of trams, [36] buses and the London Underground came under control of the London Passenger Transport Board in [37] midrle a New Works Programme was developed to further enhance services during the s.

The Tower division, better known as the Tower Hamletswas an area in the Southeast of the county covering what is now the London Borough of Tower Hamlets as well as most of what is now the London Borough of Hackney. The area was unusual in combining Hundred and many County responsibilities, to form a "county within a county" comparable to one of the Ridings of Yorkshire.

Of particular note was its military autonomy: it had its own Middle of the Tower Hamlets and was thus independent of the Lord Lieutenant of Middlesex. Middlesex arguably never, and certainly not sincehad a single, established county town.

The City of London could be regarded as its county town for most purposes [24] and provided different locations sex the various, mostly judicial, county purposes. The quarter sessions middle the former Middlesex Sessions House performed most of the limited administration on a county level until the creation of the Middlesex County Council in New Brentford was first promulgated as the county town inon the basis that it was where elections of Knights of the Shire or Members of Parliament were midle from In the same year, this location was placed into miedle new County of Londonand middel thus outside the council's area of jurisdiction.

Coats of arms were attributed by the mediaeval heralds to the Kingdoms of the Anglo-Saxon Heptarchy. That assigned to the Kingdom of the Middle and East Saxons depicted three " seaxes " or short notched swords on a red background.

The seaxe was a weapon carried by Anglo-Saxon warriors, and the term "Saxon" may be derived from the word. County authorities, militia and volunteer regiments associated with both counties used the attributed arms.

Init was noted that the county councils of Essex and Middlesex and the Sheriff's Office of the County of London were all using the same arms. Middlesex County Council decided to apply for a formal grant of arms from the College middle Armswith the addition of a heraldic "difference" to the attributed arms.

Colonel Otley Parry, a Justice of the Peace for Middlesex and author of a book on military badges, was asked to devise an addition to the shield.

The chosen addition was a "Saxon Crown", derived sex the portrait of King Athelstan on a silver penny of his reign, stated to be the earliest form of crown associated with any English sovereign. The grant of arms was made by letters patent dated 7 November The undifferenced arms of the Kingdom were eventually granted middoe Essex County Council in The population of inner London then the County of London had been in decline as more residents moved into the outer suburbs since its creation inand this continued after the Second World War.

If this status were to be granted to all those boroughs it would middke that the population of the administrative county of Middlesex would be reduced by over half, to just under one million. This was enacted by Parliament as the London Government Actwhich came into force on 1 April The Sex abolished the administrative counties of Middlesex and London.

In Aprilnearly all of the area of the historic county of Middlesex became part of Greater Londonunder the control mkddle the Greater London Counciland formed the new outer London boroughs of Barnet part midd,eBrentEalingEnfieldHaringeyHarrowHillingdonSex and Richmond upon Thames sex only. The county lies within the London Basin [62] and the most significant feature is the River Thameswhich forms the southern boundary. The River Lea and the River Colne form natural boundaries to the east and west.

The entire south west boundary of Middlesex follows sex gently descending meander of the Thames without hills. In many places "Middlesex bank" is more accurate than "north bank" — for instance at Teddington the river flows north-westward, so the left Middlesex bank is the south-west bank. Middlesex abbreviated Middx was a former postal county. In Royal Mail retained the postal county because it would sex been too costly to amend addresses middlf the bulk of Outer London.

The first was in and around Enfield and the second, larger area was to the west. The postal county had many border inconsistencies where its constituent post towns encroached on neighbouring counties, such as the villages of Denham in Buckinghamshire, Wraysbury in Berkshire and Eastbury in Hertfordshire which were respectively in the post towns of UxbridgeStaines and Northwood and therefore in the postal county of Middlesex.

Egham HytheSex also had postal addresses of Staines, Middlesex. Conversely, Hampton Wick was conveniently placed in KingstonSurrey with its sorting offices just ses the river. The Enfield post town in the EN postcode area was in the former postal county. All post towns in the HA postcode area and UB postcode area were in the former postal county. Most of the TW postcode area was in the former postal county. The Middlesex Flag is included in the Flag Institute 's registry of county and regional flags.

Whilst such banners of county arms are legally not generally available for public use, a similar design had been used traditionally as a local badge in Middlesex and neighbouring Essex for centuries. The seax is the symbol of the Saxons and the Saxon crown was added in to differentiate the arms and flag from those of Essex.

Middlesex Day is celebrated each year middle 16 May. During the battle, Lieutenant-Colonel William Inglisdespite his injuries, refused to retire from the battle but remained with the regimental colours, encouraging his men with the words "Die hard 57th, die hard! The regiment held and the battle was won. Inan early day motion in the House of Commons noted the celebration of 16 May, the anniversary of Albuhera, as Middlesex Day.

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