2 edition of An enquiry into the causes producing the extraordinary addition to the number of insane found in the catalog.
|Statement||by William Saunders Hallaran ...|
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An enquiry into the causes producing the extraordinary addition to the number of insane: together with extended observations on the cure of insanity ; with hints as to the better management of public asylums for insane persons, directed with a view to their more immediate relief; as well as the diminution of the charges appropriated to their : 1.
Author(s): Hallaran,William Saunders Title(s): An enquiry into the causes producing the extraordinary addition to the number of insane, together with extended observations on the cure of insanity; with hints as to the better management of public asylums for insane persons.
Hallaran, W. () An Inquiry into the Causes Producing the Extraordinary Addition to the Numbers of the Insane. Cork, Ireland. Halliday, A. () On the Present State of Lunatic Asylums in Great Britain. Edinburgh. Halliday, A. () A General View of the Present State of Lunatics and Lunatic Asylums in Great Britain and Ireland.
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