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Chelsea Hospital. An account of the old and new establishments of His Majesty's Royal Hospital at Chelsea [electronic resource]
Bib ID 5082054
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
 
Online Access
Description Cambridge [England] : Proquest LLC, 2006 
4 p. 
Series

House of Commons parliamentary papers :19th century, 1801-1900.

Full contents Vol.XLII, 4 pp. 
Notes

Title from cover.

Reproduction Transcribed from: Chelsea Hospital. An account of the old and new establishments of His Majesty's Royal Hospital at Chelsea. 1834 (115) XLII. 
Subjects Great Britain. - Parliament. - House of Commons.
Also Titled

Cockton index title: Account of Establishment of H.M. Hospital at Chelsea

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