Alienist and Neurologist: A Quarterly Journal of Scientific, Clinical and Forensic Psychiatry and Neurology, Volumen33

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Charles Hamilton Hughes
Ev.E. Carreras, Steam Printer, Publisher and Binder, 1912

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Página 377 - An insane person is one who, at the time of committing the act, labored under such a defect of reason as not to know the nature and quality of the act he was doing, or if he did know it, did not know he was doing what was wrong...
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Página 424 - In their bloom, And the names he loved to hear Have been carved for many a year On the tomb.
Página 376 - In all such cases, would be, that whenever it should appear from the evidence that at the time of doing the act charged the prisoner was not of sound mind, but affected with Insanity, and such affection was the efficient cause of the act, and that he would not have done the act but for that affection, he ought to be acquitted.
Página 376 - ... charged, the prisoner was not of sound mind, but affected with insanity, and such affection was the efficient cause of the act, and that he would not have done the act but for that affection, he ought to be acquitted. But this unsoundness of mind, or affection of insanity, must be of such a degree as to create an uncontrollable impulse to do the act charged, by overriding the reason and judgment, and obliterating the sense of right and wrong as to the particular act done, and depriving the accused...
Página 286 - Lectures on Autointoxication in Disease, or Self-poisoning of the Individual. By Ch. Bouchard, Professor of Pathology and Therapeutics; Member of the Academy of Medicine and Physician to the Hospitals, Paris. Translated, with a preface...
Página 133 - A scheme for the removal of wounded from the battlefield with the minimum number of stretcher bearers. 2. Portable (surgeons') washstands, for use in the field. 3. The best method of packing dressings for use at first aid and dressing stations. 4. Wheeled stretchers. 5. Transport of stretchers on mule back. 6. Easily folding portable stretchers. 7. Transport of the wounded between warships and hospital ships, and the coast. 8. The best method of heating railway cars by a system independent of steam...
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Página 354 - if any were visited with the falling sickness, madness, gout, leprosy, or any such dangerous disease which was likely to be propagated from the father to the son, he was instantly gelded ; a woman kept from all company of men ; and if by chance having some such disease she were found to be with child, she with her brood were buried alive ' ; and this was done for the common good, lest the whole nation should be injured or corrupted.

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