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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 79    1964  page 15

The Chetney Hill Lazaret

By P. Froggatt, M.A., M.D., D.P.H.


   I would like to express my thanks to the Staffs of the House of Lords Record Office, The State Paper Room of the British Museum, the Public Records Office, and the Royal Society of Medicine. Also to the following individuals: Dr. Felix Hull, Kent County Archivist; Mr. T. Armstrong, Town Clerk of the Borough of Dartford; Mr. R. C. Jarvis, Librarian, H.M. Customs and Excise, Dr. William Urry, Keeper of Manuscripts, Chapter Library, Canterbury, and Mr. A. H. Hall, Librarian, Guildhall Library. This paper could not have been written without the assistance of Miss F. R. E. Davies, Kent County Librarian, and Mr. John Evans, Hon. Editor of this Journal, both of whom went to quite inordinate lengths to supply me with relevant details. Mr. Evans also supplied the map from which Plate II is taken; Mr M. Crouch, Deputy County Librarian, Kent, supplied the photograph for Plate III.


J.H.C. Journals of the House of Commons;
P.R.O. Public Records Office.

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