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The eighteenth annual report of the state of the United Lunatic Asylum for the county and borough of Nottingham, and the sixty-third of the original institution, formerly the General Lunatic Asylum, 1873

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      • Consists of a list of committee members and officers, the report of the Committee of Visitors (John Barber, chairman), report of the superintendent (Wm. Phillimore Stiff), report of the Commissioners in Lunacy (W.G. Campbell, Robert Nairne), statistical tables and financial statements.Bound with reports covering 1855-74 (publ.1856-75)

        Statementprinted by J. Armstrong
        Publishersprinted by J. Armstrong
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        LC Classifications1874
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        Paginationxvi, 84 p. :
        Number of Pages84
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        ISBN 10nodata
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She is not a professional writer; literature has rather been an embellishment of her life. [1] Fox bought the Brislington estate in 1799, and spent several years over the planning and construction of the asylum and the laying out of the grounds around it.

How listless and dead were those limbs, bound with inexorable fetters, while the iron of despair had pierced the hearts of the prisoned maniacs! ——'Remember Sauney's Fate, Bang'd by the Blockhead whom he strove to beat.

Fox advocated the use of iron which would serve not only to alleviate dangers from fire, but also from lice and vermin. Beck 17 43 Caleb Pendleton, 19 Otho Tuckerman 13 Jno. There were no particular specialists in institutional buildings, such jobs often went to the county surveyor. The hospital closed in the early 1990s and the site developed for housing — retaining and converting the principal earlier ranges — named Charlton Down.

1906 tenders for second part of main institution. 1806 rebuilt by Josias Cocksutt a Yorkshire ironmaster. The artist of the former picture and the sixty-third of the original institution evidently aimed at giving as pleasant an impression as possible of the care bestowed on the inmates of Bethlem, but the contrast is an interesting commentary on the past and present appearance of an asylum gallery.

Hine 1911 six staff houses W. It is, however, highly improbable that he would in the slightest degree care for this letter, though he might suffer some remorse for his spiteful attack on so good-natured a fellow.