R. P., æt. 61; married. Admitted into Wakefield Asylum March, 1885. Formerly labourer in a mill.
It was said that patient had been very intemperate, and that his wife and daughter had contracted venereal disease from him. His mother was stated to have been paralytic for several years before death. This is the only instance of family neurosis.
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