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St Thomas's Act

St Thomas's ActSt Thomas's ActThis is the Act of Parliament of 1862 which allowed the sale of the ancient historic site of the old St Thomas’s Hospital to the Charing Cross Railway Company, and the Embankment site opposite the Houses of Parliament to be developed for the new St Thomas’s Hospital.

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. An Act to enable the mayor and commonalty and citizens of the City of London, governors of the possessions, revenues, and goods of the Hospital of Edward late King of England the Sixth, of Saint Thomas the Apostle, commonly called "Saint Thomas's Hospital," to convey the site of the present Hospital to the Charing Cross Railway Company, and to acquire a new site for the same Hospital; and for other purposes. [7th August 1862.] .London: [Her Majesty's Stationery Office ?], 1863.

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