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On 30 September 1915, Bethlem Hospital's magazine Under the Dome carried news of wartime aerial bombardment
On 24 August 1815, Bethlem Hospital's patients were transferred from its old building to its new premises.
On 30 June 1915, Bethlem Hospital's magazine Under the Dome carried news of the War.
On 14 June 1815, a Parliamentary enquiry heard praise of Bethlem Hospital's new Matron and Steward
On 24 May 1815, a Parliamentary enquiry heard details of the fees payable for admission of a patient to Bethlem Hospital
On 19 May 1815, a Parliamentary enquiry was told that chains and fetters were only suitable for "pauper lunatics"
On 18 May 1815, a Parliamentary enquiry heard Bethlem's apothecary explain his preference for using manacles on patients, rather than strait-waistcoats
On 10 May 1815, a Parliamentary enquiry heard how one female patient at Bethlem Hospital had been chained to a wall for five or six years