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" Mr. Hill became house surgeon in 1835 ; and it will be seen, by the table already given, that the amount of restraint (which, in consequence of Dr. Charlesworth's exertions, had already remarkably decreased) became less and less under the united efforts... "
The Asylum Journal of Mental Science - Side 151
1855
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Total abolition of personal restraint in the treatment of the insane, a lect ...

Robert Gardiner Hill - 1839 - 222 sider
...Abolition, under a firm determination to work out the system to its utmost applicable limits.* To his steady support, under many difficulties, I owe chiefly...the success which has attended my plans and labours. He originated the requisite alterations and adaptations in the Building, and threw every other facility...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly ..., Bind 46

1870 - 588 sider
...abolition, under ajirm determination to work out the system to its utmost applicable limits. To his steady support, under many difficulties, I owe chiefly the success which has attended my pains and labours. He originated the requisite alterations and adaptations in the building, and threw...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Bind 46

1870 - 578 sider
...abolition, under a firm determination to work out the system to its utmost applicable limits. To his steady support, under many difficulties, I owe chiefly the success which has attended my pains and labours. He originated the requisite alterations and adaptations in the building, and threw...
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Chapters in the History of the Insane in the British Isles

Daniel Hack Tuke - 1882 - 632 sider
...amount of restraint (which, in consequence of Dr. Charlesworth's exertions, had already remarkably decreased) became less and less under the united efforts...which has attended my plans and labours," while Dr. Charlesworth's great merit, both before and after Mr. Hill's appointment, must never be overlooked,...
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Chapters in the History of the Insane in the British Isles

Daniel Hack Tuke - 1882 - 626 sider
...amount of restraint (which, in consequence of Dr. Charlesworth's exertions, had already remarkably decreased) became less and less under the united efforts...his [Dr. Charlesworth's] steady support, under many diff1culties, I owe chiefly the success which has attended my plans and labours," while Dr. Charlesworth's...
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