St. Thomas's Hospital Reports, Volume 11 (Google eBook)

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St. Thomas's Hospital, 1882
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Page 7 - Xts very images, created to his own similitude, to order by your high authoritie, as supreme head of this Church of England, or otherwise by your sage discretion, that your...
Page 8 - Infirmities, frankly and freely by Physicions, Surgeons, and Potycaries, which shall have Stipende and Salarie only for that Purpose ; so that all Impotent Persons not able to labour shall be releved, and all Sturdy Beggars not willing to labour shall be punished...
Page 7 - Spytel, and Seynt Thomas Spytell, and the new abbey of Tower Hill, founded of good devotion by auncient fathers, and endowed with great possessions and rents, only for the releefe, comforte, and helping of the poore, and impotent people, not beyng able to help themselffos, and not to the mayntenance of chanons, priests, and monks to live in pleasure...
Page 27 - Clerks, are provided with Rooms and Commons during their period of attendance in the Hospital, free of expense.
Page 9 - ... other our jurisdictions, liberties, franchises, and privileges whatsoever, which any Archbishop of Canterbury, and which the said Charles, late Duke of Suffolk, or any Master, brethren or sisters of the late hospital of St.
Page 15 - have arrangements with the authorities of St. Thomas's for educating Women as Hospital Nurses. On the satisfactory completion of one year's training, they will be required to enter into service as Nurses in the Metropolitan or Provincial Hospitals or Infirmaries. A limited number of gentlewomen can be admitted under special agreements to this course of training, with a view to qualify themselves for superior appointments. The Begulations as to the admission of Candidates may be obtained by writing...
Page 7 - Profit! only, and not for the Common Utilitie of the Realme, a great Number of Poore, Needy, Syke, and Indugent Persones shall be refreshed, maynteyned, and comforted, and also...
Page 24 - The Fee for attendance on the general subjects required of Students in Dental Surgery, is for the two years, 55, or by instalments, 50 for the first year, and 10 for the second year.
Page 7 - Hospitals, governors of them, and of the ministers which be or shall be withyn any of them, and then your grace shall facilie perceyve that where now a small number of Chanons, Priests, and Monkes be founde for theyr own profitt only, and not for the common utilitie of the realme, a great number of poore, needy, syke and indugent...
Page 9 - That the said Mayor, commonalty, and citizens, and their successors, may have and enjoy all the franchises, immunities, and privileges whatever, which any Archbishop of Canterbury, and which the said Charles, late Duke of Suffolk, or any master, brethren, or sisters of the late Hospital of St. Thomas in Southwark aforesaid ; or any Abbot of the said monastery of St. Saviour, Saint Mary Bermondsey, next Southwark aforesaid, or any Prior and Convent of the Priory of St. Mary Overie, ever had or enjoyed,...

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