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Case of Murder during Temporary Insanity induced by Drinking. Epilepsy(?) Acquittal on the ground of Insanity

  • D. Yellowlees
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George Miller, a private in the 74th Highlanders, returned from the Egyptian war to the depot of his regiment at Hamilton, on 28th December, 1882, and two days later he was discharged to the Army Reserve, from which he had been summoned for active service.

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Case of Murder during Temporary Insanity induced by Drinking. Epilepsy(?) Acquittal on the ground of Insanity

  • D. Yellowlees
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