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A Case of Homicidal and Suicidal Insanity

  • Frank Ashbt Elkins (a1)
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William W., aged 33, a married man, who had lately been employed as a hall-porter, having made a homicidal attack upon a citizen of Edinburgh, was, by a warrant of the Sheriff, admitted from the Calton Jail to the Royal Edinburgh Asylum, on April 26th, 1890.

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“Hypnotism,” Albert Moll, p. 333.

Reprinted, with some alterations and additions, from the “Edinburgh Medical Journal” for September, 1890.

“Williams' “Unsoundness of Mind,” 1890, p. 211.

“Scottish Leader,” June 7th, 1890.

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A Case of Homicidal and Suicidal Insanity

  • Frank Ashbt Elkins (a1)
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