Historical Account of Charing Cross Hospital and Medical School (University of London) Original Plan and Statutes, Rise and Progress Founded 1818 With which is included some Account of the Origin of the other Hospitals and Schools in London

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THE rise and development of the “teaching” hospitals of London is intimately associated with the progress of medical science in England; besides being the homes of medical education, much excellent research work, particularly on the clinical side, has emanated from their walls.

Historical Account of Charing Cross Hospital and Medical School (University of London) Original Plan and Statutes, Rise and Progress. Founded 1818. With which is included some Account of the Origin of the other Hospitals and Schools in London.

By Dr. W. Hunter. Pp. xx + 309. (London: John Murray, 1914.) Price 21s.

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HEWLETT, R. Historical Account of Charing Cross Hospital and Medical School (University of London) Original Plan and Statutes, Rise and Progress Founded 1818 With which is included some Account of the Origin of the other Hospitals and Schools in London . Nature 94, 474 (1914). https://doi.org/10.1038/094474a0

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