[Before 25 July 1866]
On the reform of Workhouse Infirmaries; Dr. Smith's report on space2; Liverpool scheme for training nurses; Mr. Rathbone's generosity; Report of the Barrack and Hospital Improvement Commission on ventilation and spaceT
9p Draft B.M. Add.MSS.45787.f.108
1. Gathorne Gathorne-Hardy, lst Earl of Cranbrook (1814-1906) entered House of Commons in 1856 as member for Leominster; Hardy succeeded Villiers as President of the Poor Law Board in July 1866 but, although invited by F.N. in this letter to avail himself of her services, he neglected to do so to her great disappointment. To some extent this marked the end of her direct influence on public affairs. (See Cook II, 115, 134) (Gathorne Hardy's correspondence with F.N. covering the years 1866-7, is in B.M. Add.MSS.45787),
2. Report ... on the metropolitan workhouse infirmaries and sick wards. (Parliamentary Papers, 1866, lxi, 171). See Appendix IX.
3. General Report of the Commission appointed for Improving the Sanitary Condition of Barracks and Mospitals, 1861. [Parliamentary Papers, 1861, xvi, 11.
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