1 edition of Thirty-fifth annual report on the County Pauper Lunatic Asylum found in the catalog.
|Statement||Buckinghamshire County Pauper Lunatic Asylum|
|Contributions||Bode, Henry, Humphry, John, Millard, L., Martin, William, Hawkins, E., Sherman, William Henry, Ridley, Christopher|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||43|
The number of city and county ahns or poor houses, etc., (inchiding county jails, city prisons and the private insane asylum at Batavia,) is very nearly two hundred. The law requires the payment by tha board of about two hun- dred annual visits of inspection. See the first of such "Orders and Regulations," in First Annual Report, , pp. ; the Consolidated Order for the Administration of Relief in Town Unions, in Second Annual Report, , pp. ; the General Order, Workhouse Rules, 5th February , in Eighth Annual Report, , pp. ; and the General Consolidated Order, 24th.
When residing in Cornwall some years ago, I was interested in the traditions of that once isolated county, and heard of a practice long since discontinued, which illustrates this observation. It was called "bowssening" (or ducking) the lunatic, from a Cornu-British or Armoric word, beuzi or bidhyzi meaning to baptize, dip, or drown.. Full text of "History of the city of Trenton, New Jersey: embracing a period of nearly two hundred years, commencing in , the first settlement of the town, and extending up to the present time, with official records of the population, extent of the town at different periods, its manufactories, church history, and fire department" See other formats.
The Workhouse was first opened July 1, , and up to January 1, had received sentenced persons, of whom remained at that date. The Asylum was opened Novem- ber 7, , and on January 1, , contained insane persons, reckoned incurable, of whom 93 were removed from lunatic hospitals, and 25 from city and town almshouses. Full text of "Cyclopedia of Boston and vicinity.." See other formats.
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Full text of "Thirty-fifth annual report of the Local Government Board for Ireland, for the year ending 31st March " See other formats. County Lunatic Asylums, and to Improve the Treatment of Pauper and Criminal Lunatics." Lord Ashley seconded the motion, and leave was given to bring in the Bill, which passed the House.
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Woods gives a different etymology, namely, bright, for galt; the valley in that case deriving its name in contradistinction to that on the other side. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Pauper Children builds on Alysa Levene’s brilliant study of the childhoods of the poor in eighteenth-century London.
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curiosities of medical experience. by j. millingen, m.d., m.a. surgeon to the forces; resident physician of the county of middlesex pauper lunatic asylum at hanwell; member of the medical society of the ancient faculty of paris; of the medical society of bordeaux; and author of.
Page 3. JOURNAL OF THE SENATE OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, At a session of the General Assembly of Georgia, begun and holden at the State House, in the City of Milledgeville, in the County of Baldwin, on the sixth day of November, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and sixty-one, on motion of Mr.
Furlow, from the thirteenth Senatorial District, Mr. Moseley. Boston City Document No. 85, Third Annual Report of the Board of Health of the City of Boston,p. Also see, Public Document No. 21, Twentieth Annual Report of the Trustees of the State Lunatic Hospital at Northampton, for OctoberBoston, Wright Potter State Printers,p.
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When the Bloomingdale Asylum reported, without explanation, six recoveries in one year, all of which were furnished by one woman, who was again brought to the asylum before that report was in print, and who finally died there, the public necessarily inferred that six different persons had recovered; and the same is true as applicable to the.
The annual report of the State Board of Insanity for I points out the extremely important fact that during the last six years admission to the School for the Feeble Minded at Waltham - which is the only public provision for this class of persons - has been denied to.
appeared, leaving him a pauper inmato of a lunatic asylum. The tin-plate produced in the world last year amounted to 5G2, tons, of which the United States bought and consumedtons, or nearly three fourths of the whole.
Animals aro kept on tho roofs of the houses in Lima, Peru, and it frequently happens that a cow passes her whole. SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT M. FRAZIER, Treasurer In account with GENERAL FUND OF MARION COUNTY Jan.
2 To balance on hand at last report $1, Jan. 27 To amt from W. MATTHEWS, P. an Co. cost Feb. 1 To amt from W.
LODEN, T. Local Government Act CHAPTER they shall transfer to that account of the county fund to which the maintenance of any pauper lunatic chargeable to the county is charged, Where any portion of the costs of building and furnishing any county lunatic asylum has been contributed by a county borough, then, until a new arrangement.
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