Miscellaneous provincial newspapers

Hampshire Advertiser, 11 October 1856, page 7

DORCHESTER, October 11. MILITARY FUNERAL.-On Saturday last the body of Nicholas CROCKER, a gunner and driver of the Royal Artillery, who died in the Dorset County Hospital from injuries received in the Crimea, was buried in the Cemetery, with the customary military honours.  The body was attended to the grave by Wellspring’s band, playing the “Dead March in Saul,” and accompanied by the Staff of the Dorset Militia.

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette, Thursday 18 November 1875, page 6

Mr. Edward Joseph DAY, M.R.C.S. Eng., L.S.A. Lond., has been appointed house surgeon to the Dorset County Hospital, Dorchester, vice Hearn, resigned.

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Taunton Courier, Wednesday 27 February 1884, page 6

DORCHESTER. The death is announced, at Lewisham, Kent, of Miss Mary CARTWRIGHT, for seven years matron at Dorset County Hospital.  She had survived her retirement and enjoyed her pension but a brief period.

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Hampshire Advertiser, Wednesday 12 October 1887, page 3

DR. MALDEN has resigned the post of house-surgeon at the Dorset County Hospital.

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Hampshire Advertiser, Wednesday 20 January 1892, page 4

MEDICAL APPOINTMENT.-Mr. A. W. Allen, of Charing-cross Hospital, has been appointed house surgeon at the Dorset County Hospital, in succession to Mr. VIRET, resigned.

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Western Times, Saturday 15 December 1894, page 2

Miss WARD, matron of Dorset County Hospital, Dorchester, has been elected matron of Torbay Hospital.

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Bath Chronicle & Weekly Gazette, Thursday 2 April 1896, page 8

Dr. Pelham WYKESMITH, eldest son of Mr. Walter Wykesmith, of Wimborne, has secured the appointment of house surgeon at the Dorset County Hospital, Dorchester.

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Western Times, Wednesday 26 June 1901, page 2

Mr. BIRD, House Surgeon of the Dorset County Hospital, has been appointed to the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.

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Gloucester Citizen, Thursday 21 July 1921, page 4

MR. THOMAS HARDY AND BAZAARS.

Mr. Thomas Hardy made one of his rare appearances at a public function when he opened a county garden fete and sale at Dorchester in aid of the Dorset County Hospital on Wednesday.  Mr. Hardy who was accompanied by Mrs. Hardy, made a short speech, in which he said much might be said about bazaars, for and against, and he feared he had occasionally spoken against them himself, but it was “never too late to mend.”

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