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Suicide among Indian Convicts under Transportation

  • J. M. Woolley (a1)

The question of suicide is one that has exercised the minds of most persons at one time or another, as cases are of such common occurrence, and present such a variety of features, that anyone interested in present-day social conditions cannot fail to give the matter some amount of consideration.

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(1) The author is difficult to follow here.—Ed.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • EISSN: 2514-9946
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Suicide among Indian Convicts under Transportation

  • J. M. Woolley (a1)
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