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Mr Guy's Hospital by H.C. Cameron and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at That great and far-sighted philanthropist, Mr Thomas Guy, died just a year before the first patients were received into his foundation in In this book, after a general introduction, Dr. Cameron gives a brief but illuminating biography of Thomas Guy, as a preamble to the history of the hospital. Mr Guy's Hospital Hardback Book. Lovely book detailing the background and history of Guy's Hospital. Size: 23 x 15 x 4 cm. H A RIPMAN -GUY'S HOSPITAL () Pages , and Book: H C CAMERON- MR GUY'S HOSPITAL (LONDON, ) page This record comprises all information held by IWM’s War Memorials Register for this memorial. Where we hold a names list for the memorial, this information will be displayed on the memorial record.
Page 59 - Protracted Labours.—In 62 women the labour was protracted, being in the proportion of per The chief causes which led to the protraction of labour, were, imperfect uterine action ; rigidity of the soft parts; disproportion between the head of the child and the pelvis of the mother; firm and extensive ossification of the foetal head not allowing of compression. Sources: Mr Guy's Hospital , H C Cameron (Longmans, Green and Co, London, ); Guy's Hospital, Years, edited Clive E Handler, Guy's Hospital Gazette, Compiled by Alison Field. Rules or conventions. The hospital dates from , when it was founded by philanthropist Thomas Guy, who had made a fortune as a publisher of unlicensed Bibles. It was originally established as a hospital to treat "incurables" discharged from St Thomas' had been a Governor and benefactor of St Thomas' and his fellow Governors supported his intention by granting the south-side of St Thomas' Street for. According to H C Cameron, (Mr Guy's Hospital , Longmans Green and Co Ltd, London, ) Mr Callaway was Steward of Guy's Hospital. G/FR/2. (Guys' Hospital Medical School) wages books G/FR/ Nov Oct. Guy's Hospital Medical School Sherwood Park Hostel, Tunbridge Wells, wages book, Nov Oct
The Physical Society of Guy's Hospital () was one of the many fora in which scientific ideas were discussed in the late eighteenth century and early nineteenth centuries. It is highly significant that this was a society which was devoted primarily to medical matters (as was John Coakley Lettsom's London Medical Society, founded in ), as this marked an important stage in the. Sources: Mr Guy's Hospital H C Cameron (Longmans, Green and Co, London, ); Guy's Hospital edited by Hujohn A Ripman (Guy's Hospital Gazette Committee, ); 'History of Guy's Hospital' by Sir William Hale-White in Guy's Hospital Gazette, ; Biographical History of Guy's Hospital Samuel Wilks and G T Bettany (Ward. -Addo, Sugar, Spices and Human Cargo:An Early Black History of Greenwich (Greenwich Leisure Services, ); H.C. Cameron, Mr Guy's Hospital , (Longmans, ); K. Chater, 'Hidden from history: black people in parish records', The Genealogists' Magazine ( No 10); R.B. Sheridan, Doctors and Slaves: A Medical and demographic. Two books by Babington in the Guy’s Collection, A syllabus of a course of chemical lectures read at Guy’s Hospital () and Outlines of a course of lectures in the practice of medicine, Mr. Guy’s Hospital, London: Longmans, Green and Co.,