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The British Lying-in Hospital, Holborn: the facade and an allegorical scene of charity. Engraving by J.S. Miller after himself.

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This hospital was the oldest lying-in establishment in London, founded about 1749. It seems to have been replaced by a new building in 1849, which has now (1997) been demolished and the street renamed as Betterton Street

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Miller, John

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[London]

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1 print : engraving ; image 12.5 x 21.3 cm

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The British Lying-in Hospital for married women situated in Brownlow Street Long Acre, London. ; J. S. Miller inv. del. et sc.

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  • English


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The British Lying-in Hospital, Holborn: the facade and an allegorical scene of charity. Engraving by J.S. Miller after himself. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY


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