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4. English Retrospect: Asylum Reports, 1886

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Aberdeen.—What might have been a very destructive fire broke out in the roof of an upper storey. Fortunately it was almost immediately discovered, and did little damage beyond consuming the roof it originated in. Various suggestions have been made by one of the Commissioners, by which the dangers of fire would be much diminished, and no doubt the Managers will do all that is in their power, now that they have seen what may happen, to protect the patients and buildings.

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