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DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY ROYAL INFIRMARY Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary
Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary
Mr. Thornburn
Annual Report of Infirmary
Map of Town 1819
055 [situation] About 14 chains S. [South] by E. [East] of St. Michaels Church Dumfries,
A large plain building 3 stories high and in good repair established in 1777, and incorporated by Royal Charter 1807, its yearly number of patients for the last 8 or 10 years averages about 500, its annual number relieved or dismissed about 460 and daily average of patients in the infirmary about 40, The Infirmary is supported by Donations, annual subscriptions and the interest of funds left or bestowed for its behoof from the Counties of Dumfries KirKcudbright & Wigtown. Its annual income averages about £1000 expenditure much about the same. It is managed by a weekly committee, 2 physicians, 2 surgeons, one house surgeon one chaplain 2 inspectors one Treasurer and one Matron.

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