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The Royal Albert Institution, Lancaster : for the feeble-minded belonging to Lancashire, Yorkshire, Cheshire, Westmorland, Cumberland, Durham and Northumberland forty-sixth annual report.

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1910
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Annual report. 1909

Publication/Creation

Lancaster ; Manchester : Royal Albert Institution, 1910.

Physical description

72 pages, 24 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 21 cm

Notes

Dated October 1910
The Royal Albert Institution was originally referred to as the Northern Counties' Asylum for Idiots and Imbeciles in 1866, then the Royal Albert Asylum from 1867-1909
Consists of a list of legacies, a prospectus (Richard F. Cavendish, Charles F. Tetley, Edward B. Dawson, Samuel Keir), list of trustees, presidents, officers and central committee members, a report of the general annual meeting at Rochdale on 11 October 1910 (Samuel Keir), the report of the central committee (Richard F. Cavendish, chairman), the report of the medical superintendent (Archibald R. Douglas), cases of improvement, the auditor's report (A. B. S. Welch), financial and statistical statements (A. B. S. Welch, Samuel Keir, A. R. Douglas), list of clergymen and ministers, extracts from speeches, presents received, census of imbecile or feeble-minded persons, a list of places that inmates came from, a short article about Brunton House - the asylum's home for "special private pupils", portraits of the Earl of Lathom - Baron Skelmersdale (d.1910), Lord Richard Cavendish, photographs of the Asylum, its grounds and other satellite homes and the pupils engaged in school lessons, basketmaking, joinery, tailoring etc.
Copy 1 Note: Bound with reports covering 1909-10 to 1915-16 (published 1910-16)

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