Madness to Mental illness - online archives


William Tuke (1732-1822) (pdf)

Robert Gardiner Hill (1811-1878) (pdf)

John Conolly (1794-1866) (non-restraint) (pdf)

Samuel Hitch (1800-1881) (founder of the Association of Medical Officers of Assylums and Hospitals for the Insane) (pdf)

Shaftesbury (1801-1885) (Anthony Ashely-Cooper, Seventh Earl of Shaftesbury, with his diary on his fiftieth birthday) (pdf)

John Bucknill (1817-1897) (first editor of the Journal of Mental Science) (pdf)

Daniel Hack Tuke (1817-1895) (pdf)

Sir James Crichton-Browne (1840-1938) (the Wakefield Triangle) (pdf)

Thomas Smith Clouston (1840-1915) (pdf)

Conolly Norman (1852-1908) (pdf)

Henry Maudsley (1835-1918) (pdf)

Frederick Mott (1853-1926)  (pdf)

Edward Mapother (1881-1940)  (pdf)

Aubrey Lewis (1900-1975) (pdf)

Alexander Walk (1901-1982) (pdf)

Martin Roth (1917-2006) (pdf)

Important legal cases of the 19th century

James Hadfield (pdf)

Edward Oxford (law and insanity) (pdf)

Daniel McNaughten (The McNaughten Rules) (pdf)

Asylum Practice

Patients' Views (pdf)

Kilkenny and Ballinasloe district lunatic asylums (pdf)

The penultimate medical superintendent (Dr J.E.S. Lloyd 1901-1971) (pdf)

Asylum dance (pdf)

Asylum Rules

Association and College Committees / Structures

Psychiatric stereotypes (Thomas Bewley's presidential lecture) (pdf)

Other Archives

Question Papers

Association and College rule and charters (pdf)

Chairmen and presidents (pdf)

Other officers (pdf)

Presidential lectures with dates and places of all annual general meetings (pdf)

Obituaries (with advice on how to read them) (pdf)

Honorary Members and Fellows (pdf)

Honorary Corresponding Members (pdf)

Prizes and prize winners (pdf)

Fellowships and scholarships (pdf)

Other miscellaneous awards (pdf)

The future of psychiatry by Dr Thomas Bewley (pdf)

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