Jenny (2001). Cairo that provided care to the insane, which included music therapy. The 1844 Report, appendix F shows 452 pauper lunatics and idiots chargeable to Hampshire unions; 3 in county asylum/s; 199 in licensed houses (compared to 245 for Middlesex 135 in a workhouse and 115 with friends or elsewhere. The medium secure unit has grown, but the old building is still there in the middle of it all." Park Prewett Hospital, Aldermaston Road, Basingstoke Simon Cornwall: Park Prewett, Sherbourne St John, Hampshire. I also notice you mention Peckham. The children seem to prefer living in the country to living in the towns from which most came. The charge for them was 10/6 a week (1844 Welsh Report pp 5-6). From the Latin febris. The following list, based on Sylvia Wright's CD, gives the names of those given in the returns of lunatics and idiots, in order of the stated or possible (?) admission to Ashover: 1780?
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1868 map Cumberland and Westmoreland Lunatic Asylum is shown at coordinates 343369,553908, at "Garlands". "Obtaining discharge from special hospital". (an external link) Chalfont Colony opened Kent houses without paupers The Rossbret site has substantial material on Kent asylums, mostly submitted by Betty Longbottom As well as the asylums below, see the two "London" asylums at Stone (City) and Bexley - archive ) " Fort. The invention of professionals, or at least the professional journals. Jean Martin Charcot 's medical demonstrations of the use of hypnotism with the hysterical Blanche Whittman, in the 1880s, have been a focus for the theories of Sigmund Freud (below Thomas Szasz and Michel Foucault. Gell, Clerk See Rossbret "In the early craig minogue thesis 1900s the asylum was superseded by the new asylum at Saxondale, and was closed and demolished.
It became the Old Manor, Wilton Road, Salisbury, SP2 7EP (map) map showing Hindon Fonthill Gifford, Hindon, Wiltshire Opened 1718 Licensed House On 1815 list Place: Fonthill. Assistant Officer: Thomas Blair Worthington (unmarried, age 32) 1891: Kelly's Directory: "The Sussex County Lunatic Asylum, about one mile south-east from Haywards Heath railway station, but locally situated in the in the parish of Wivelsfield, stands on an eminence in grounds covering nearly 300 acres. Monomania "indicated by a partial delirium, and a gay or exciting passion". The other main cause was pulmonary consumption. The Haydock Lodge booklet (1900?) and Henderson and Gillespie 1927 show that voluntary and certified admissions were already the two established methods before 1930.