Victorian London - Health and Hygiene - Hospitals - Jews' Hospital

The London Hospital, and The Jews' Hospital, in Whitechapel Road, are the last on the list devoted to the relief of the maimed, sick, and suffering poor; to all of these admittance is easy by application to any of the subscribers, but is in all cases of accident immediate.

Mogg's New Picture of London and Visitor's Guide to it Sights, 1844


JEWS' HOSPITAL, MILE END ROAD. Founded 1795. 1 guinea constitutes an annual subscriber, with one vote; 25 guineas a life governor, with three votes.

Peter Cunningham, Hand-Book of London, 1850


SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE JEWS' HOSPITAL, Mile End Road, is supported by the contributions of charitable Hebrews.

Cruchley's London in 1865 : A Handbook for Strangers, 1865

[I am not clear if this is a different hospital, ed.]