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City of London 1894

Report on the sanitary condition of the City of London for the year 1894

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must be dispatched in time to reach the Offices
before 8 p.m. At night between 8 p.m. and
9 a.m., and on Sundays, Christmas Day, and
Good Friday, to the Ambulance Stations.
Eastern Ambulance Station, Brooksby's Walk,
Homerton, N.E. South-Eastern Ambulance
Station, New Cross Road (near Old Kent
Road Railway Station), S.E. Western
Ambulance Station, Seagrave Road, Fulham.
2. Removal to the Board's Hospitals.
(a) Only persons suffering from Small-pox,
Fevers or Diphtheria are admitted
into the Board's Hospitals.
(b) Every application must state the name,
age, and full address of the patient,
from what disease suffering, and in
cases of fever, the particular kind of
fever; and also the name of the
person making the application.
(c) Unless a Medical Certificate be handed
to the Ambulance Nurse the patient
will not be removed.

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