LONDON FEVER HOSPITAL, PANCRAS ROAD, NEW ROAD. Instituted 1803 for the gratuitous admission of poor person (not being parochial paupers) and domestic servants of subscribers, labouring under contagious fever, and residing in London or its neighbourhood. Parochial paupers, domestic servants of non-subscribers, and all inmates of public charities, (except medical hospitals), are admitted on payments determined by the committee. An appropriate vehicle is kept for the conveyance of patients to the Hospital. Subscribers of 1 guinea annually, or of 10 guineas in one donation, are governors.
Peter Cunningham, Hand-Book of London, 1850