The Hospital of Bethlem (Bedlam) at Moorfields, London: seen from the north, with people in the foreground

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The Hospital of Bethlem [Bedlam] at Moorfields, London: seen from the north, with people in the foreground. Engraving, c 1764. This is the second building of Bethlem Hospital [Bedlam], built in 1675–1676 in Moorfields, London. In 1814–1815 the hospital removed to St George's Fields, Southwark, and the Moorfields building was subsequently demolished. Created c1764. Hospitals. Dogs. Mental illness. Milk. Shoe shiners. Church buildings. Spires. Trees. Coffins. Psychiatric hospitals. Charity. Children. Bethlem Royal Hospital (London, England). Contributors: Robert Hooke (1635–1703). Work ID: dyunzypa.

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