BETHLEHEM HOSPITAL. (Founded as a Priory in 1247, established as an hospital for lunatics in 1446, and refounded by Edward VI. in 1546). Argent, two bars sable, a label of five points throughout gules, on a chief azure an estoile of sixteen points or, charged with a plate, thereon a cross of the third between a human skull in a cup on the dexter side, and a basket of bread, i.e., wastell cakes, all of the fifth, on the sinister side. [Of no authority.]
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