Origin of cockspur
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In 1871 a group of 32 burly Victorians met at the Pall Mall restaurant on Cockspur Street and started the Rugby Football Union.Olympics Kickoff: Boris Johnson on London’s Sporty Side|Boris Johnson|July 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Mr. Phillips sold them three times over, and a like success was achieved by Mr. Baxter, the stationer, also in Cockspur Street.The Mapleson Memoirs, vol I|James H. Mapleson
The shape and general appearance of this tube has procured it, among the workmen, the name of the cockspur burner.
A Swing Cockspur Lamp, constructed upon the same plan as fig. 6.