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Remarks on lunacy legislation in Cape Colony

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Published by [publisher not identified] in Place of publication not identified] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Legislation & jurisprudence,
  • Mental Disorders,
  • Insanity (Law),
  • Mental health laws

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby T. Duncan Greenlees
    ContributionsSouth African Medical Congress (4th : 1896 : Grahamstown, South Africa)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 pages ;
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26772715M

    A curious collection of stories, which whilst very much of their time, are enjoyable if you allow yourself to be transported back to the London club, as many of these stories are "framed" by characters such as Leithen (from Buchan's John MacNab etc) recalling a story to their contemporaries/5. CAPE President. The President is the principal spokesperson and representative of the Association. She/He directs the National Office of the Association. The President presides at all General and Executive Committee g: lunacy. Zillow has 3 homes for sale in Cape Colony Edenton matching. View listing photos, review sales history, and use our detailed real estate filters to find the perfect place.   33 A/62, letter from S Cox of Mawson and Thomson of London, 4 July ; A/85/2, day book entry, 11 Apr. 34 Cape government papers, A, Report of the Select Committee on the Medical Practitioners Bill, Q. , evidence of Dr Herman of Cape Town; A/85/2, prescription book, –7; Cape Medical Museum, BMA Grahamstown Cited by: 2.


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Cape Town: Solomon, G FLC/ Cape of Good Hope (Colony).Author: Laureen Rushby. The Lunacy Commission was established by the Lunacy Act. The correct title was "The Commissioners in Lunacy" ( Lunacy Act section 3). The Lunacy and County Asylums Act Acts proceeded through the Houses of Parliament together.

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Chapter 5 – Remarks on lunacy legislation in Cape Colony book at sea: The insane and the colony’s borders - The Cape authorities were concerned to do everything possible not to become liable for the care of insane immigrants, who were unlikely to be able to earn a living, and legislation was put in place to identify and repatriate insane Edition: 1st Edition.

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