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MIDDLESEX, an inland county, bounded on the south by Surrey and a very small part of Kent, from both which it is separated by the river Thames; on the east by Essex, from which it is divided by the river Lea; on the north by Hertfordshire; and on the west by Buckinghamshire, from which it is separated by the river Colne.[1]

Additional information:

Middlesex or Greater London, had at least four Lying-in Hospitals. These were as follows:

1) British Lying In Hospital, Endell Street, Holborn

2) City of London Lying In Hospital, City Road, Finsbury

3) General Lying In Hospital, York Road, Lambeth (or New Westminster Lying In Hospital, at Westminster)

4) Queen Charlotte's Hospital, Marylebone Road (now Goldhawk Rd, Hammersmith)



  1. Samuel A. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of England, (1848). Adapted. Date accessed: 12 February 2014.


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