Today was the day when autumn really felt as if it had arrived. A definite tang of woodsmoke in the air, and the road is a mess of leaves and smashed conkers. 442 more words
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Sometimes something as simple as a cold can feel like the end of the world. I realize that this sounds extra ridiculous coming from someone with chronic pain, but let me tell you, I much prefer the pain I live with on a daily basis to a sore throat so bad it feels like I’ve swallowed a razor blade and chugged tequila. 863 more words
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The City and East London Observer
Sunday 6 September 1914
Wounded at the London Hospital
Viscount Knutsford, the Chairman of the London Hospital, presented what he rightly termed a historic report at the quarterly court of governors on Wednesday.
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The Eastern Post and City Chronicle
Saturday 5 September 1914
The wounded at London Hospital
How they were admitted.
Triumph of Organisation
East London are always proud of the fact that the London Hospital- the largest hospital in the world- is in their midst, and that pride will be intensified by the fact that the “London” has had the honour of tending the first wounded soldiers from the seat of the war.