Papers relating to Joseph Woolley junior
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An account by him of a period spent at home 1846-7 (between his admissions to Retreat) This is a 38 page notebook, written at Retreat soon after his second admission Patient no. 739, 766, in Retreat 1846, 1847 (discharged). Age 30 on first admission, Quaker connections, single, clerk, from London. Moral insanity
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