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[Prospectus. 1832?]
Charing Cross Hospital. King William Street, Charing Cross.
London:, [1832?].
[4] p. : [1] wd-engr. illus. ; 28.5 cm. (4º)

Folded half-sheet. Drop-head title. Includes a subscription list. Dr Benjamin Golding had founded the Hospital as the West London Infirmary and Dispensary in 1818, and it became the Charing Cross Hospital in 1827; the Duke of Sussex laid the foundation stone for the new building in Agar Street on 15 September 1831 and the building by Decimus Burton was opened in January 1834. This call for subscriptions was issued after the laying of the foundation stone which is mentioned in the text.

Copy Notes Attached by C20th tape to a letter from the Hon. Secretary of the charity, Mr Robertson, soliciting a subscription from Soane and his agreement to becoming a Vice-President, dated 1 July on paper with the watermark '1832'.

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 6173

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