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Report of the Committee appointed at a meeting of members of the Medico-Psychological Association, held at the College of Physicians, Edinburgh, on the 25th November, 1869, for the purpose of taking certain questions relating to the uniform recording of cases of insanity, and to the medical treatment of insanity into consideration.
- Medico-Psychological Association.
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Three letters on medical subjects : addressed to the Reverend Gilbert Ford, Ormskirk, Lancashire. Containing I. An account of the effects of an aloetic medicine in the gout and other chronical complaints. II. A practice which has been successful in the individual prevention of the late epidemics. III. An account of the sedative properties of the granulated preparation of tin, in some affections of the mind
- Ford, John, 1731?-1807.
A letter to hypochondriac & nervous patients, : particularly to all who are afflicted with lowness and depression of the spirits, alarming diseases of the head and stomach, horrid thoughts, vain fears, frightful dreams, insanity, fits, loss of memory, relaxations from miscarriages, or difficult labours, debilitated habits from long continuance in hot climates, palsies, dorsal consumptions, and weaknesses incident to both sexes, spasms from irregular influx of vital heat into the affected muscles, anomalous gout and rheumatism, obstinate bilious cases, indigestion, atonic gouty diseases, slow, nervous, putrid, malignant, petechial fevers, and broken constitutions, &c. To which are added, hints to prevent the above diseases, under the following headings ...; likewise, the copy of a letter from the author, together with his prescription to cure his Majesty's most tremendous disorder, that was laid before the Right Honorable Mr. Pitt, at his house in Downing-street, and very cordially rece
- Freeman, Stephen, M.D.