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Practical Observations on Insanity: In Which Some Suggestions Are Offered Towards an Improved Mode of Treating Diseases of the Mind, and Some Rules Proposed Which It Is Hoped May Lead to a More Humane and Successful Method of Cure. To Which Are Subjoined Remarks on Medical Jurisprudence as Connected With Diseased Intellect

By Joseph Mason Cox, M. D.
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Published
Philadelphia: Published by Thomas Dobson, at the Stone House, no. 41 South Second Street. Fry and Kammerer, Printers, 1811.
Edition
From the 2d cor. and enl. London ed
Language
English
Description
xi, [13]-238 p. 19 cm.
Notes
  • First published in London in 1804. The 2d ed. appeared in London in 1806.
  • "Appendix. I. On the mode of granting certificates. II. On medical jurisprudence in cases of insanity": p. [197]-226.
  • "Hints on the treatment of insane persons" (p. [227]-238) newly added in this edition. They were "published in the Eclectic repertory" (Philadelphia, v. 2, p. 105-110, Oct. 1811) and "have been chiefly drawn from the experience of the Retreat, near York (Eng.)."
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