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Illustrations of madness: exhibiting a singular case of insanity and a no less remarkable difference in medical opinion ... with a description of the tortures experienced [by the patient, James Tilly Matthews, in hallucinations] / By John Haslam.

  • Haslam, John, 1764-1844.
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1810
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London : G. Hayden for Rivingtons, etc., 1810.

Physical description

xi, 81 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf, folded plate : illustrations (folded frontispiece) ; (8vo)

Notes

Author mentioned in Garrison-Morton.
Copy 1 Note: J. Callow's cat. (p. 16) bound in at end.
Copy 2 Note: Lacks half-title Bound with: his Observations on madness. 1809.
Copy 3 Note: Lacks half-title. Bound with: Paris, Administration Générale de l'Assistance Publique. Insanity. Report on ... hospitals for insane persons. 1817.

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