Insanity in Its Relations to Law. An Address Delivered Before the Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania, June, 1888
Philadelphia: Wm. J. Dornan, 1888. Good. Item #7182
Philadelphia: Wm. J. Dornan, 1888. First Edition. Octavo; removed; ,11pp. Title page separated but present, extremities a bit toned and brittle, faint vertical fold; overall Good, internally fresh.
Address delivered by the leading Philadelphia physician on the need to reform the legal system in relation to mental illness: "If there be one thought in this connection which ought never to be forgotten, it is that the human mind diseased is the human mind still" (p. 3).
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