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Memorial

Royal Westminster Ophthalmic Hospital Royal Westminster Ophthalmic Hospital

Plaque: Royal Westminster Ophthalmic Hospital

Erection date: 29/6/1831

Inscription

The first stone of this hospital was laid by Charles Duke of Richmond, Knight of the Garter, Post Master General, and one of the presidents on the XXIX June MDCCCXXXI.
{The Roman numeral date translates as 29 June 1831.}

Site: Royal Westminster Ophthalmic Hospital (1 memorial)

WC2, Chandos Place

In the picture of the building the plaque can be seen behind the cyclist. This Ophthalmic Hospital and the next-door Charing Cross Hospital developed this site at the same time.

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Royal Westminster Ophthalmic Hospital

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Royal Westminster Ophthalmic Hospital

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Royal Westminster Ophthalmic Hospital

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Charles Duke of Richmond, K.G.

Knight of the Garter, Post Master General.

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