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Wild Court, off Great Wild Street, Drury Lane, 1855 (engraving) Featured Medicine, Medical Scenes, Hardship & Poverty Image

Wild Court, off Great Wild Street, Drury Lane, 1855 (engraving)

XJF2920758 Wild Court, off Great Wild Street, Drury Lane, 1855 (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: This illustration first appeared in a magazine published by The Labourer's Friend Society, which in 1844 became the Society for Improving the Condition of the Labouring Classes. After an outbreak of typhoid fever, this area was demolished in the Improvement Scheme of 1877.); English, out of copyright

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Miss Nightingale in the hospital at Scutari, from The Illustrated London News Featured Medicine, Medical Scenes, Hardship & Poverty Image

Miss Nightingale in the hospital at Scutari, from The Illustrated London News

FNM321960 Miss Nightingale in the hospital at Scutari, from The Illustrated London News, 24th February 1855 (colour litho) by English School, (19th century); Florence Nightingale Museum, London, UK; (add.info.: Florence Nightingale (1820-1910); nurse during the Crimean War at Scutari in Turkey; known as The Lady with the Lamp';); A© Flornece Nightingale Museum ; English, out of copyright

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The Death of Rochester (w/c & bodycolour on paper) Featured Medicine, Medical Scenes, Hardship & Poverty Image

The Death of Rochester (w/c & bodycolour on paper)

954732 The Death of Rochester (w/c & bodycolour on paper) by Derby, Alfred Thomas (1821-73); 80x66 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester (1647-80), English poet and courtier of Charles II Restoration court. he is as well known for his rakish lifestyle as his poetry, although the two were often interlinked. In 1669 he committed treason by boxing the ears of Thomas Killigrew in sight of the monarch, and in 1673 he accidentally delivered an insulting diatribe to the King. He died at the age of 33 from venereal disease); Photo A© Christie's Images; English, out of copyright

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