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THAMES BANK GENERAL DISPENSARY
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Thames Bank General Dispensary for watermen, fishermen, lightermen, persons employed on the wharfs, and in the manufactories, and others on the banks of the river; No. 1, Holywell Street, near the horse ferry, Millbank.
[London]: [1833].
2, [2] p. ; 32.6 cm. (2°)

Folded sheet, final verso blank. Drop-head title. Dated at end: 'No. 1, Holywell Street, Millbank, 15th June, 1833.' Sets out prospects for the new scheme of a watermen's hospital following the decommissioning of HMS Chanticleer as a floating hospital.

Copy Notes Sent to Soane with an unsigned covering letter dated 7 Albion Place Blackfriars Bridge / 26 July. 1833 i.e. the address of the treasurer, William Billings, who elaborates on the unsatisfactory nature of the previous project based on the HMS Chanticleer, and explains the new basis for the project.

Binding Folded paper, clipped together with the accompanying letter.

Reference Number 6167


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