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On the want of remedial treatment, for the poor of unsound mind in England
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On the want of remedial treatment, for the poor of unsound mind in England: and on the proposal to confine them in wards of workhouses [Reprint]. It is referred to as lunacy or unsound mind, mental abnormality, disease of mind etc.
an insane person cannot think and act as a normal human being. His capacity to know things is perverted. It is called ‘non compose mentis.’ (possessed of a sound mind.). Law Dictionary & Black's Law Dictionary 2nd Ed. A person of unsound mind is an adult who from infirmity of mind is incapable of managing himself or his af-fairs.
The term, therefore, includes insane persons, idiots, and Imbeciles. The Healing Power of Sound book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. SinceDr. Mitchell Gaynor has been achieving remark /5.
F.—Persons of Unsound Mind. A separation of lunatics from the other inmates of the workhouses had been suggested in the Report of But it was in the course of this period that persons of unsound mind became recognised as a distinct class.
It was, however, long before any settled term was used. Full text of "Annual Report of the Poor Law Commissioners for England and Wales" See other formats. Definition and synonyms of of unsound mind from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education. This is the British English definition of of unsound American English definition of of unsound mind.
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