Cure, Comfort and Safe Custody: Public Lunatic Asylums in Early Nineteenth-Century England
This book is a study of the pioneer early county asylums, which were intended to provide for the 'cure', and 'safe custody' of people suffering from the ravages of insanity. It considers the origins of the asylums, how they were managed, the people who st
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The Sense of Beauty: Being the Outline of Aesthetic Theory
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