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A Chapter in the History of Criminal Lunacy in England

  • David Nicolson (a1)
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Criminal Lunacy is a many-sided subject: but I have no intention here of entering upon it from any special standpoint, whether social, legal, or medico-psychological. I merely wish to recount, briefly and without detail, such general matters of interest connected with successive methods of dealing with criminal lunatics as can be linked together in the form of a historical sketch, which does not pretend to be a criticism.

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A Chapter in the History of Criminal Lunacy in England

  • David Nicolson (a1)
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