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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 Chelsea.

    Royal Hospital , and the first interred in this Burying-Place, Anno 1692 . John Grahme, Gent. late Steward of the Royal Hospital , 1693 . Penelope Langford , Daughter to Emanuel Langford , S.T.P. Chaplain to the Royal Hospital ,

    Book 1, Chapter 27 Greenwich Hospital.

    of December, Anno 1705 , it was resolved, That an Hundred Seamen more, besides those already taken into this Royal Hospital ; such namely, as had been disabled in the Service of the Navy, should be received in there, and

    Book 1, Chapter 27 Greenwich Hospital.

    said Hospital; as in August, An. 1705 . this following: We the Governor, and Lieutenant Governor of her Majesties Royal Hospital at Chelsea , having by our Certificates, recommended to Sir William Read , her Majesties Oculist, in Durham Yard

    Book 1, Chapter 26 St. THOMAS'S Hospital.

    July, 1717 , digested Alphabetically, I present it here: However many of them are now dead. GOVERNORS of the ROYAL HOSPITAL of St. THOMAS in Southwark , Anno 1717 . Sir Thomas Abney , Knt. and Alderman, President. The Aldermen

    Book 1, Chapter 27 CHELSEA College.

    was an Epigram made by the great Poet Ben. Johnson, upon this Allen. ] CHELSEA COLLEGE : Called The ROYAL HOSPITAL. C HELSEA COLLEGE was also founded in the Reign of King James the First ; not so much a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that on gSaturday last, ,abouit one o'clock- in the day, she - eot into theS ptibe-h oese calied- he Royal Hospital, toget sore beer far her dianei }risoner dame i'nto the house with ballads and matches to sell, and ceding Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    svhen they went to that town. On Tucs.lay last, Capt. Yeo, of the Royal Naly, Coh- vernor of the Royal Hospital at ifaslnr. On Thursdayi as Henry Rayes, a porter, was go-ng along St. Jobn-street-, Islington, with a load, he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fits, aid thit horn0 been sacnd wixth ono, lie fell front his horse. 1ie was cc iried to t'he Royal Hospital, hint wethojnt Rllp signs of life-he was dead.- HiH was previoosly anI good health anti atteauded the theatre on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    per annum, and the same for the repairs of Westminster Abbey; he was director and chief architect of the Royal Hospital at Greenwich gratis, andI cheerfully contributed to that work his time, labour, and skill, for several years, without salary, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Winter delivering his Sword to Lord Duncan after the Battle of Canperdown, presented by the British Institution to the Royal Hospital of Greenwich; is open daily, from Tei in the Morning until Five in the Evening. Admission to- Catalo nes Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 9th July 1840

    day replaced Miss Murray & Miss Lister) the Ld in Waiting & our Equerries, to Chelsea to visit the Royal Hospital . We were received by Ld Hill & Sir A. Paget, the Governor, as well as Col: Le Blanc

    Tuesday 7th August 1849

    & I, heard the Children repeat some lessons, & wrote, & drew. - At 5 we proceeded to the Royal Hospital very nearby, Ly Clarendon going in the carriage with me, Albert, &c - riding Sir Edward Blakeney & his

    Saturday 27th June 1840

    a beautiful place & it was a very interesting sight, & I am so glad to have visited the Royal Hospital . In the Dining Halls, we tasted the soup prepared for the men, which was excellent. Drove back, getting


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