Guy's Hospital, 18th century

Guy's Hospital, 18th century

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Caption: Guy's Hospital. 18th century engraving of Guy's Hospital in Southwark, London. Guy's was founded in 1721 by Sir Thomas Guy, a governor of the nearby St.Thomas' Hospital. The intention was that Guy's would house the incurables discharged from St.Thomas'. Today it is one of the major teaching hospitals, including a 34-storey tower block. Engraving from Chamberlain's 'A New and Complete History and Survey of the Cities of London and Westminister' printed at London in 1770.

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