The Hertford British Hospital

  • Published 2016
succour of the 1,050 British residents, the majority of whom are poor, in the sense of being unable to pay for medical treatment, it was founded by the late Sir Richard Wallace in 1S70, in memory of the Marquis of Hertford. Like most charitable works, it had a small beginning. The first siege of Paris necessitated various ambulance organisations, and, as an… CONTINUE READING