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Correspondence of St Thomas's Hospital relating to cholera

References on this page: TH/CLR1


Cholera letters


TH/CLR1

1831, 1835

Correspondence between physicians of St Thomas's Hospital and the City of London Board of Health, [Court of Common Council], Guildhall, 1831, concerning the Hospital's potential accommodation for patients in the event of an outbreak of cholera in London, with replies to the Secretary of St Thomas's from the physicians Henry Shuckburgh Roots, Robert Williams, Henry Burton and John Elliotson expressing their opinions on how patients should be managed. Also contains letter from Robert Williams concerning cases of 'ring worm', 1835; and printed copies of article 'The Cholera scare of 1831' fromĀ St Thomas's Hospital Gazette, Vol 44 No 3, June 1946. 1 volume.

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