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Royal Albert Asylum for the care, education, and training of idiotic, imbecile, and weak-minded children and young persons, belonging to Lancashire, Yorkshire, Cheshire, Westmorland, Cumberland, Durham and Northumberland : twentieth annual report.

Royal Albert Asylum (Lancaster, England)
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1884

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Annual report. 1883

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Lancaster ; Manchester : Royal Albert Asylum, 1884.

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69 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates : illustrations ; 21 cm

Notes

Dated October, 1884

Following the first 2 annual reports (January and December 1866), the Northern Counties' Asylum for Idiots and Imbeciles was called the Royal Albert Asylum

Consists of an illustration of the asylum, a list of legacies, a prospectus (Winmarleigh, Edward Lawrence, Andrew Fairburn, James Diggens), list of trustees, presidents, officers and central committee members, a report of the general annual meeting at Manchester on 17 October 1884, the report of the central committee (Winmarleigh, chairman), the report of the medical superintendent (G. E. Shuttleworth), the auditor's report (William G. Welch), financial and statistical statements (James Diggens, G.E. Shuttleworth), extracts from "Blighted lives; or, Among the imbeciles," by a Sheffield Lady (Sheffield and Rotherham Independent, March 24, 1884), a list of clergymen and ministers, presents received, census of idiots and imbeciles and a list of places that inmates came from.

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