lunatic asylum n.
Lunatics have taken over the asylum, The
Women in the Lunatic Asylums of Bengal
Dividing Practices in Bombay’s Hospitals and Lunatic Asylums
“A Proper Lunatic for Two Years ”: Pauper Lunatic Children in Victorian and Edwardian England. Child Admissions to the Devon County Asylum, 1845–1914
Mental Health Care in Modern England: The Norfolk Lunatic Asylum, St Andrew's Hospital, 1810–1998
Brothers and Sisters of Asylumia: Literary Life in the New York State Lunatic Asylum
Letters from Asylumia: The Opal and the Cultural Work of the Lunatic Asylum, 1851–1860
A Female Malady? Women at the South Carolina Lunatic Asylum, 1828–1915
Ethnicity, Migration and the Lunatic Asylum in Early Twentieth-Century Auckland, New Zealand
‘Your Very Thankful Inmate’: Discovering the Patients of an Early County Lunatic Asylum
Alienists, Attendants and the Containment of Suicide in Public Lunatic Asylums, 1845–1890
“Confinement of the Higher Orders”: The Social Role of Private Lunatic Asylums in Ireland, c. 1820–60
The New Poor Law and the County Pauper Lunatic Asylum—The Devon Experience 1834–1884
Review: Madness, Cannabis and Colonialism: The ‘Native‐Only’ Lunatic Asylums of British India, 1857–1900
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