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Annual report of the Royal Lunatic Asylum of Aberdeen, for the year ending 31st March, 1855

by Royal Lunatic Asylum of Aberdeen (Aberdeen, Scotland)

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Published by Printed by Geo. Cornwall in Aberdeen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lunatic Asylum of Aberdeen (Aberdeen, Scotland),
  • Psychiatric Hospitals

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJamieson, Robert
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18 pages ;
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26475136M

    London Medical Gazette Reviews. Medical report to the managers of lunatic asylum of Aberdeen, for the year ending 30th April London Medical Gazette. ; 4 (39)– Lunacy Commission, England [LC Eng.] Reports from Commissioners (12 vols) Vol. 7: Lunacy (England, Scotland, and Ireland) HMSO; London: Sixteenth report of the. Research Mini Guide Asylum Records January Lunatic Asylum and Mental Hospital Records Background Before , lunatics were housed either in privately run asylums, charitable institutions or the parish workhouse. In , Justices of the Peace were given the power to build and maintain.

    Asylum Research Centre (ARC), formerly Asylum Research Consultancy, was set up by Liz Williams and Stephanie Huber in In ARC Foundation was incorporated as a charitable incorporated aim is to raise standards in the production and use of COI and the refugee status determination process as a whole, to improve the realisation of asylum seekers’ and refugees’ rights. LUNATIC ASYLUMS (IRELAND) ACT CHAPTER LXVII. An Act to amend the Laws relating to Private and District Lunatic Asylums in Ireland [2nd August ]. 5 & 6 Vict. c. 8 & 9 Vict. c. 37 & 38 Vict. c. Whereas the Private Lunatic Asylums (Ireland) Act, , was passed with the object of amending for a limited period therein specified the law relating to private lunatic asylums.

      ‘Lunatic at Large’ was the sensational headline in the Glasgow Herald, at the end of November in of a sad story about a woman in her 30s who had escaped from the Ayrshire District Asylum at Glengall, just south of Ayr (now Ailsa Hospital). She was named as Christina Morton or Reid. Armagh District Lunatic Asylum THE FIRST PHASE By Arthur P. Williamson Armagh is distinguished in the field of social policy for the mentally ill since its psychiatric hospital, St. Luke's, established in , was the first1 of a network of "district lunatic asylums" set up in Ireland under legislation introduced when Robert Peel was Chief.


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Annual report of the Royal Lunatic Asylum of Aberdeen, for the year ending 31st March, 1855 by Royal Lunatic Asylum of Aberdeen (Aberdeen, Scotland) Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The income of the Asylum, for the year ending 31st Marchamounted to £, of which £ consisted of payments made for the care and treatment of patients; and £ were derived from rents, interest of money, value of ground under crop, &c. The expenditure for the same year amounted to £, 12s.

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There is "The Lunatic Asylum of Aberdeen" and "Lunatic Asylum, Middlefield". I have seen both of these institutions on the microfilms. I would expect that they will be on ScotlandsPeople in the same way as the household censuses. See ‘Physician’s annual report ’, in Annual report of the Royal Edinburgh Asylum for the Annual report of the Royal Lunatic Asylum of Aberdeen for the year ending 31st DecemberEdinburgh, Royal Asylum Press,pp.

[17]–30, on p. Aberdeen Royal Asylum in about from the Aberdeen Handbook and Guide published in that year. During the s TB pavilions were introduced and verandas added to some of the existing buildings. In Wellwood House at Cults opened under the direction of the asylum for early and transient uncertified patients (see separate entry below).

The register covers patients admitted to an asylum in Scotland in this period as well as nearly patients in asylums on 1 January The original registers include the following information: Admission Number: unique to an individual carried through from the first to subsequent admissions and other records in the MC Series held by the.

The Asylum Annual Report of includes a detailed description of Dr Boyd’s trips to many other 6 Ibid 7 S Marshall, Mendip Hospital, An Appreciation, (Melrose Press, Ely, ), p 5, quoting from: First Annual Report of the Somerset County Lunatic Asylum for Insane Paupers, from 1st March to the end of the year.

Medical report to the managers of the Lunatic Asylum of Aberdeen,for the year ending 30th April, read at the general meeting held at the asylum, 12th July, Lunatic Asylum of Aberdeen (Aberdeen, Scotland). An annual report from the 19th century has shed some light on North-east patients admitted to the former Aberdeen Lunatic Asylum.

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Seventh Annual Report of the Omagh District Hospital for the Insane, for the Year ended 31st March, By Francis John West, M. D., Physician-Superintendent. By. Extracts from the book by patient and author John Weston.

In his book ‘Life in a lunatic asylum: an autobiographical sketch’ describes the Airing courts where the patient’s exercised, as he saw them in the ’s.

These same Airing courts can still be seen today if you visit Glenside Hospital Museum, they are part of [ ].The fall of the lunatic asylum (or mental asylum) and its gradual transformation into, and eventual replacement by, the modern psychiatric hospital, explains the rise of organised, institutional there were earlier institutions that housed the "insane", the conclusion that institutionalisation was the correct solution to treating people considered to be "mad" was part of a.