OUTLINES OF INSANITY An Attempt to Present in a Concise Form the Salient Features of Mental Disorder; Tabulated and Arranged for Facility of Reference When Drawing Up Lunacy Certificates. Designed for the Use of Medical Practitioners, Justices of the Peace and Asylum Managers. Francis H. WALMSLEY.
OUTLINES OF INSANITY An Attempt to Present in a Concise Form the Salient Features of Mental Disorder; Tabulated and Arranged for Facility of Reference When Drawing Up Lunacy Certificates. Designed for the Use of Medical Practitioners, Justices of the Peace and Asylum Managers
OUTLINES OF INSANITY An Attempt to Present in a Concise Form the Salient Features of Mental Disorder; Tabulated and Arranged for Facility of Reference When Drawing Up Lunacy Certificates. Designed for the Use of Medical Practitioners, Justices of the Peace and Asylum Managers
OUTLINES OF INSANITY An Attempt to Present in a Concise Form the Salient Features of Mental Disorder; Tabulated and Arranged for Facility of Reference When Drawing Up Lunacy Certificates. Designed for the Use of Medical Practitioners, Justices of the Peace and Asylum Managers
OUTLINES OF INSANITY An Attempt to Present in a Concise Form the Salient Features of Mental Disorder; Tabulated and Arranged for Facility of Reference When Drawing Up Lunacy Certificates. Designed for the Use of Medical Practitioners, Justices of the Peace and Asylum Managers
OUTLINES OF INSANITY An Attempt to Present in a Concise Form the Salient Features of Mental Disorder; Tabulated and Arranged for Facility of Reference When Drawing Up Lunacy Certificates. Designed for the Use of Medical Practitioners, Justices of the Peace and Asylum Managers
OUTLINES OF INSANITY An Attempt to Present in a Concise Form the Salient Features of Mental Disorder; Tabulated and Arranged for Facility of Reference When Drawing Up Lunacy Certificates. Designed for the Use of Medical Practitioners, Justices of the Peace and Asylum Managers
OUTLINES OF INSANITY An Attempt to Present in a Concise Form the Salient Features of Mental Disorder; Tabulated and Arranged for Facility of Reference When Drawing Up Lunacy Certificates. Designed for the Use of Medical Practitioners, Justices of the Peace and Asylum Managers
OUTLINES OF INSANITY An Attempt to Present in a Concise Form the Salient Features of Mental Disorder; Tabulated and Arranged for Facility of Reference When Drawing Up Lunacy Certificates. Designed for the Use of Medical Practitioners, Justices of the Peace and Asylum Managers
OUTLINES OF INSANITY An Attempt to Present in a Concise Form the Salient Features of Mental Disorder; Tabulated and Arranged for Facility of Reference When Drawing Up Lunacy Certificates. Designed for the Use of Medical Practitioners, Justices of the Peace and Asylum Managers
OUTLINES OF INSANITY An Attempt to Present in a Concise Form the Salient Features of Mental Disorder; Tabulated and Arranged for Facility of Reference When Drawing Up Lunacy Certificates. Designed for the Use of Medical Practitioners, Justices of the Peace and Asylum Managers
OUTLINES OF INSANITY An Attempt to Present in a Concise Form the Salient Features of Mental Disorder; Tabulated and Arranged for Facility of Reference When Drawing Up Lunacy Certificates. Designed for the Use of Medical Practitioners, Justices of the Peace and Asylum Managers

OUTLINES OF INSANITY An Attempt to Present in a Concise Form the Salient Features of Mental Disorder; Tabulated and Arranged for Facility of Reference When Drawing Up Lunacy Certificates. Designed for the Use of Medical Practitioners, Justices of the Peace and Asylum Managers

London: Scientific Press, 1892. Hardcover. 8vo (8.4 in, 21.3 cm). [xi], 154 pp.

First edition: Francis H. Walmsley addressed mental illness as "a subject of the profoundest interest" and availed himself "of every source of information within my reach." Walmsley was a member of the Metropolitan Asylums' Board and the Council of the Medico-Psychological Association of London. Walmsley stated, "Lunatics in London are increasing at the rate of 400 a year," reflecting a seminal stage. "The work is accurate, and it is well arranged and pleasantly written. It will be serviceable to those for whose use it has been designed." - The British Medical Journal.

British Books in Print, Vol. 5, p.12. Pale gray cloth with black lettering to front cover and spine; publisher's blind stamp to rear cover. Book in clear archival protector. Pastedown with Rhode Island Medical Society library bookplate and physicians' supplier ticket, half-title with the medical society's rubber stamp, title page with graceful signature. Binding lightly soiled and lightly cockled. Medical reference well-read in its time with clean and intact interior. Very good+. Item #866

Price: $225.00