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Clandestine marriages in the Chapel and Rules of the Fleet Prison 1680-1754. Vol. 2, Transcripts of registers at the Public Record Office ; piece RG7/3, 1678 to 1679, 1707 to 1709, 1728 to 1729; piece RG 7/163; 1737 to 1740; piece RG 7/563 ; 1726, 1728 and 1730 / Mark Herber.
- Herber, Mark D.
- , ©1999
Annual report of the All Saints' Hospital (Incorporated) : (founded in 1911 by the late Edward Canny Ryall, F.R.C.S.I., who gave the whole of his time to the hospital for over twenty-two years, in addition to large sums of money, and many of the instruments used, chiefly of his own invention) for patients suffering from diseases of the kidneys, bladder, prostate, and genital organs, or from stricture, stone, and other urinary disorders for the year ended 31st December, 1937.
- All Saints' Hospital (Southwark, London, England)
A woman holding a needle (a "sharp") and syringe, with diagrams for safe disposal of used needles; representing services of Mainliners for people at risk of AIDS. Colour lithograph by Photo Co-op, Glover/Hughes and Big Active Ltd. for Mainliners, 1990/1995.
- Mainliners (London, England)
- [between 1990 and 1995]