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Transcript of original charter, granted by his late most gracious majesty King George IV : in favour of the Glasgow Lunatic Asylum, erecting the same into a body corporate and politic, under the name, style, and title of "The Glasgow Royal Asylum for Lunatics," 9th December, 1824, and translation thereof.

  • Miller, Thomas.
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1860
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view Transcript of original charter, granted by his late most gracious majesty King George IV : in favour of the Glasgow Lunatic Asylum, erecting the same into a body corporate and politic, under the name, style, and title of "The Glasgow Royal Asylum for Lunatics," 9th December, 1824, and translation thereof.

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Credit: Transcript of original charter, granted by his late most gracious majesty King George IV : in favour of the Glasgow Lunatic Asylum, erecting the same into a body corporate and politic, under the name, style, and title of "The Glasgow Royal Asylum for Lunatics," 9th December, 1824, and translation thereof. Public Domain Mark

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Publication/Creation

Glasgow : Printed by James Hedderwick & son, 1860.

Physical description

15 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm

Notes

Consists of an engraving of the asylum, founded in 1810, the transcript of the charter in the original latin and in english translation, signed by Thomas Miller and James S. Robertson.
Copy 1 Note: Bound with a copy of the 1850 regulations and reports covering 1846 to 1856 (published 1847 to 1857)

Languages

  • Latin
  • English


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    WLM28.BS2G54 1846-56
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