Papers relating to Thomas Broadbent Bland
- Early 19th century
- Part of
- The Retreat Archive
- Archives and manuscripts
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Poem "A Description of the Retreat" This poem is written on a paper with another copy of the poem by Mary Rawes (see under Mary Rawes) and another poem (authorship uncertain) entitled: "To a Friend with Bloomfield's Poems" Patient no. 57, 207, 331, in Retreat 1800 - 1802, 1817 - 1822, 1825 - 1836 (died). Age 27 on first admission, Quaker, single, agent in the cutlery business, later a hawker, from Sheffield. Hypochondria, melancholia and mania
Early 19th century
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