M. T—, æt. 35, a servant, of dark complexion and bilious temperament, suffering from suicidal melancholia, whose insanity was greatly due to privation, was admitted July, 1894, in a weak, emotional, and tearful state, saying she was unhappy, had nothing to live for, and wished to die. She also stated that before admission she had threatened to drown herself. There was some congenital weak-mindedness and a marked retardation of mental reaction.
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