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"A Witches' Ladder."  Abraham Colles Author, The Folk-Lore Journal, 5.1 (1887) 1-5.

Down, John Langdon. 

Chloroform Ainsworth, Dickens and Smith, Bentley's Miscellany, Vol. 34, (1853) 33-42

Cholera Morbus Mortality Lists The Times of London, April 9, 1832 and May 1, 1832.

Father Thames Introducing His Offspring To The Fair City Of London Punch, July 3, 1858.

The Length of Human Life Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, May 1855, Num. 475 Vol. 77

Letter to the Editor Regarding Cholera The Times of London, March 12, 1832.


Mr Brushfield's Statistics of Asylums for 1859 Tuke, Harrington On General Paralysis Journal of Mental Science, Vol. 6 (1859 – 1860) : 79-93, 198-205. (Graph taken from page 210)

Smallpox Anti-Vaccination Movement Punch, September 19, 1891.

Statistics of Insanity The Times of London, November 13, 1841.

The Ethnic Classification of IdiotsThe Ethnic Classification of Idiots"Mental Affections of Childhood and Youth. 1866 : London Hospital Reports. London, England Mac Keith Press 1990. 27-31


The Lunacy Inquiry Commission Butlin, H. Trentham. The Medical Press and Circular Vol. XXIX. Jan.-June (1880):43-45.

Idiot Children and Epileptics Under the Poor Law. Twining, Louisa. Letter to the Editor. The London Times 18 Jan. 1894







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