M. H., single, 29; maternal grandmother insane.—Admitted November, 1878. Neuralgia and sleeplessness given as causes of insanity. Ten weeks before admission was suicidal, and tried to get out of the window. Felt something urging her to suicide, and also felt inclined to kill children. She felt she was doomed to everlasting punishment. She heard voices whispering bad words to her, and she saw evil spirits.
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