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Hospitals, Patronage, Architecture
Gives a brief history and description of the hospital. The writer observes: 'In the construction of the building great attention was paid to the interior arrangement, and no hospital in the kingdom has a freer circulation of air, or more complete provision in every respect for the objects of its care' (193).
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