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COLE, Robert Henry (1866 - 1926), Physician for Mental Diseases to St Mary’s Hospital; Lecturer on Mental Diseases at St Mary’s Hospital Medical School and at Bethlem Royal Hospital; Examiner in Mental Diseases and Psychology, University of London; Home Office Visitor to the State Inebriate Reformatory, Aylesbury; Visitor to the Institutions for the Mentally Deficient, Middlesex

 

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Until 1908 children under 16 years of age could be imprisoned with adults. As late as 1880 there were over 1,000 children in Irish prisons, including nearly 150 aged under ...

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