Tag Archives: St Bartholomew’s Hospital

Diary of a Resurrectionist, Saturday 22nd February

Saturday 22nd. Met at Bartho’w Sent 7 into the Country, distributed the rest about town. At home all night. As is often the case on a Saturday, subjects were sent to the country; seven is quite a number. Naples does … Continue reading

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Diary of a Resurrectionist, Friday 21st February 1812

Friday 21st. Met at Bartho’w Sold part, came home. Met at 2 a.m. went to St. Thomas’s Crib. Got 3 large, met the Patrols, took 1 to St. Thomas’s and 2 to Bartho’w. 3 bodies raised from St Thomas’s Hospital … Continue reading

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Diary of a Resurrectionist, Thursday 20th February 1812

Thursday 20th. Met and went to Pancress got 15 large & 1 small took them to Barthol w . A considerable haul of 15 adults and 1 child; 18 subjects in total. St Pancras was a strange burial ground, seperated … Continue reading

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Diary of a Resurrectionist, Saturday 15th February 1812

Saturday 15th   Met at Barthow At home all night.

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Diary of a Resurrectionist Friday 14th February 1812

Friday 14th Met by appointment, me & Jack went to Big Gate got 4, the rest went to St. Luke’s got 2, took them to Barthol’w Six bodies raised, 4 at Big gates and 2 at St Lukes. They were … Continue reading

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Diary of a Resurrectionist, Tuesday 11th February 1812

Tuesday 11th Went to Bartho’w. Moved the things. At home all night. It isn’t made clear where the things were moved to, but this doesn’t seem likely to be sales, as Naples has always been fairly explicit about sales.

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Diary of a Resurrectionist, Monday 10th February 1812

Monday 10th Met. Went to St. James’s. Got 9 large & 4 small, took them to Barthol’w. A significant number raised – a total of thirteen; nine adults and four children. Taken to the usual store at St Bartholomew’s. There … Continue reading

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