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Bibliotheque da Medicin Practicien.
Tome neuvième, traité de maladies du
in general palsy of the insane, 346.
fibrine, proportion of, in the
albumen, proportion of, 122.
of the insane, Dr. Erlenmeyer,
pressure on a nerve, effects of,
according to Swan, 91.
tory and statistics of, 189.
tion of mental diseases, 551.
tions on vegeto-animal forms, 71.
softening of, by Dr. Winslow,
decrease of, in the insane, 159.
hæmorrhage and softening of, de-
overwrought, illustrations of, cau-
irritation of, in children, 43.
Abercrombie on, 275.
- theory of the poetic temperament
degeneration in upper classes of so-
Cairo, Grand, barbarous treatment of
lunatics at, 243, 244.
History of dæmopomania, chorea,
means of restraint, 192.
portion between idiots and insane, 142.
by pressure, 34.
of life, 68.
illustrating the effects of restraint,
of Tartini, 268.
of Wollaston, by Dr. Holland, 270.
cerebral effusion, 170.
affections in children, obscure
affections often latent, 41.
affections of infancy and child-
congestions, chemical indica.
in males and females, 5.
comparative, discordance between,124.
illustration of, 520, 521,
-phenomena of, totally irrespec-
of acute hydrocephalus, 47.
fractional doses of, 347.
Classes, upper, of society, juvenile de-
linquency, and degeneration in, by
Dr. Bush, 428.
ing to Brierre de Boismont, 551,
tants, to be attached to every lunatic
-of Cupar, singular divining anec-
employed in palsy, 168.
's early life disclosed his meta-
influence of German literature
peculiar character of his meta-
his theory truly pantheistical,
argues physical properties of
opposes idea of life, considered
duces idiotism, according to M.
with nature, 6.
injurious to the mind,
symptoms of, 42.
Conolly, uncompromising advocate for
non-restraint system, 254.
asylum at, 244.
sleeping with the aged as a cause of
depressed vitality, 74.
modified forms of, from tight
illustrated by analogy, 117.
time required for, in insanity, erro-
time required for in, insanity, 218.
reason, Hume on, 61.
asylum at Constantinople, 244.
or dying, difference between, and
bed interview of Stella with Dean
fetch, story of, 521.
successive, of the different ages in
of St. Laurence Justinian, 82.
peculiarities of, when brain dies
time of, often foreseen and pre-
physical description of, leading
reflections on, what is the precise
should it be intimated to the pa-
treatment of, 42.
hæmorrhage and softening of the
-general indications of cerebral,
of the blood, 122.
proposed at, 136.
connected with hysteria, 456.
logy, natural theology, and other
lunatics capable of paying a small
Death, ubiquity of, 77.
Dudley, Lord, traits of his character,280.
infancy and childhood, 41.
Dyspepsia, a cause of insanity, 210.
Asylum, New York, 189.
M. J. W., new exposition of func-
Eclampsia, cured by stramonium, 172.
, of the Sorbonne, first open
preacher against sorcery, 228.
bis punishment, 228.
stance of spontaneous generation, 72.
classes most subject under which they occur, 21.
Emotional, state of the mind, during
Employment, want of, cause of insanity,
Engelken, water care and electricity re-
Encephalitis, treated by mercurial blis-
Epidemics, mental, by Dr. Calmeil,
Epilepsy, treatment of, 144.
by Mettais and
Erethism of brain in infants-vide Brain,
of mind, 281.
Erlenmeyer, on the blood of the insane,
Esquirol, rates of mortality by, in dif-
ferent forms of mental diseases, 410.
his classfication of insanity,
on the relation of age to in-
cording to Brierre de Boismont, Exercise essentially requisite to healthy
functions of mind, 116.
of, rest on some ultimate principles,
inquiry into state of her mind, 157. Facts, chemical, on the blood in the
Faculties, mental, influence on the con-
dition of the body, 560.
in prosecuting the inquiry of the rela-
vanism, 558, 559.
delusions of, 229.
dren, arising from head-dress, 30.
employ personal restraint in in.
reproductive, on psychology
ing their identity, 558, 559.
eccentricities of, 265.
its melancholy alliance with mis-
Hallucinations of genius, two modes or
supposed connexion with
of the system, 271.
lunatic asylum, fourth report
history of individual
scribed, 426, 427.
caps, general mode of treating, 40.
general ill, cause of insanity,
preceding death, 83.
Earle on, 405.
treated by Shakspere, 589.
symptoms of, and treat-
or tubercular meningitis,
connexion with strumous
early symptoms of, 49.
morbid appearances pe-
treatment of, 54.
Hydrocephalus, acute, prophylaxis in,55.
treatment of, 57, 58.
on psychology, 137.
school for, at Boston, 404.
in State of Massachussets, statis-
school for, in Hanwell Lunatic
in Massachussets, paternal regard
wandering, great number of in
wandering, intermarriages of, 394.
of Benvenuto Cellini, 272.
and visions of Swedenborg, 273.
reason, remarks by Hume, 61.
ening of the brain, monograph on, by
ductive of imaginary horrors, 12.
chymical character of the blood in
therapeutic, based on the same,
sexual passions, typified in lays of
by their coverings, observations of
Injuries, cases of insanity, arising from,
braio of, specific gravity of, 538.
classification of, 551.
detention of, in gaols or work.
lectures to, on the physical
number of, in Ireland, 392.
occupation of in life, tabular
occupation of females, tabular
æsophageal catheterism of, 156.
organization of, labour for the,
proportion of the two sexes, 542.
in Ireland, partly confined in
- insufficient accommoda-
general condition of,
palsy of, danger of repeated ob-
on the use and abuse of restraint
security they now enjoy, con-
errors of educa
health, general ill,