Nursery and market gardening, largely under glass, brick-making and saw-mills are the chief industries of Cheshunt.
I learnt nothing at Cheshunt, and did not make a single friend.
Ascham taught Elizabeth—then sixteen years old—for two years, chiefly at Cheshunt.
At Cheshunt in 1367 the nuns declared that they often had to beg in the highways.
At Cheshunt the “Prestes Chamber” contained a feather bed, with sheets and coverlet and a “celer of blewe cloth,” valued at 4s.
In 1792 it was moved to Cheshunt, and became known as Cheshunt College.
He then left Enfield for Cheshunt, and his evidence carries conviction.
Over their heads rose Mr. Cheshunt, the factotum of the estate.
If ever you travel this road again, or if ever you pass by Cheshunt, pause and see if the old philosopher is dead.
At Cheshunt he found a poor, mad sailor triced up in a doorway by hands and feet.