From BBC News:
A fascinating and rare set of hospital records dating from Victorian times has been put online.
The records tell the stories of poor, sick children who were admitted to Glasgow Hospital for Sick Children from 1883 to 1903.
It is part of the Historic Hospital Admission Records Project being run by Kingston University in London.
The records give an insight into the common diseases and conditions of Victorian times.
Very few records from children's hospitals have survived from Victorian times.
Only two more sets are known to exist in the whole of Britain: for Edinburgh and Aberdeen hospitals.
Historians at Kingston University hope to digitise these remaining records in future.