On 9 May 1815, a Parliamentary enquiry heard a call for improvements to conditions at Bethlem Hospital
On 8 May 1815, a Parliamentary enquiry questioned Bethlem Hospital's Steward about the 124 patients under the Hospital's care
On 5 May 1815, a Parliamentary enquiry heard criticism of Bethlem Hospital's newly constructed building at St George's Fields.
On 4 May 1815, a Parliamentary enquiry heard that the only treatment given to patients at Bethlem Hospital was bleeding and purging.
On 3 May 1815, a Parliamentary enquiry heard details of the lengthy legal struggle to obtain the release of James Tilly Matthews from Bethlem Hospital.
Creating the Hospital Air Raid Precaution (ARP) Squad
Tom Rakewell ends his days in Bethlem Hospital.
They'd chop your head off before you could say “Please your Majesty”.