Case I.—J. W., aged 38, a shoemaker, was admitted Oct. 7th, 1876, in a state of acute mania. He was noisy, restless, full of delusions, dirty in his habits, and very destructive. Physically, he was in poor health, and had harsh breathing at the apices of the lungs. The mania, after about 18 months, passed into secondary dementia.
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