Table of contents for Hospital care and the British standing army, 1660-1714 / by Eric Gruber von Arni.

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Contents
List of Illustrations						 vii
List of Tables							 ix
List of Abbreviations						 xiii
Notes on Dates and Spelling					 xiv
Acknowledgements						 xv
Preface								 xvii
Introduction	 1
					
1	The Garrison Hospital at Tangier, 1662-1683	 	 	 	 9
2	Hospitals and Welfare for the Standing Army in Britain, 660-1688 		33
3	Hospital Provision in Ireland, 1689-1692	 	 		53
4	Medical Support during the Nine Years' War in Flanders 77
5	Soldier Patients in the London Hospitals				 99
6	Hospital Provision during Marlborough's Campaigns	 111
7	The Army's Hospitals in Spain and Portugal			 157
8	Evaluation							 181
Appendix A The humble report of Henry Shere to the Rt. Hon. Lords
	 of the Treasury, touching the Hospital at Tangier, 
 1 March 1683 189
Appendix B 	The Present Annual Charge of the Royal Hospital of
			 King Charles I.					 193
Appendix C	Abstract of the By-Laws, Rules and Orders for Staff 
			of the Royal Hospital of King Charles II near Dublin	 195
Appendix D	Admissions to St. Bartholomew's Hospital by Regiment,
	1689-1697				 199
Appendix E	Inventory of Drugs, Medicines and Utensils for the 
		Surgeons' Chests of Regiments of Horse and Foot, 1689 203
Appendix F 	The Hospital Establishment and Staff in Flanders, 
			2 April 1693		 207
Appendix G Examples of battle injuries received by applicants for 
			admission to the Royal Hospital Chelsea, 1715-1732 209
Bibliography								 211
Index								 219

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Medicine, Military -- Great Britain -- History -- 17th century.
Medicine, Military -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century.