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NOTES AND QUERIES. [12 s. vi. APRIL 10, 1920.


HAVE YOU ANY BOOKS TO SPAREĀ ?

FOR THE SICK AND SUFFERING IN OUR HOSPITALS

When the joy and blessing a book gives to some sufferer lying perhaps for

weeks in racking pain is realized there are few who will not be willing to

spare some literature from their shelves.

THE RED CROSS AND

ORDER OF ST. JOHN

HOSPITAL LIBRARY

(The Hon. Sir ARTHUR STANLEY, M.P., G.B.E., Pres.)

Aims at providing and maintaining a Library in every Naval, Military, and Civilian Hospital in the British Isles

FREE OF ALL COST TO THE HOSPITAL

The hospitals are at present supplied with a book a bed, but even on this conservative basis a vast number of books are required.


Send every book you can spare, ESPECIALLY BOOKS FOR CHILDREN, not only to-day, bub from time to time, to

Dept. Q. BRITISH RED CROSS AND ORDER OF ST. JOHN HOSPITAL LIBRARY,

48 QUEEN'S GARDENS, LANCASTER GATE, W.2.