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" You may do what you will with them,' said he, ' but I fear you will become their victim.' Pinel instantly commenced his undertaking. There were about fifty whom he considered might, without danger to the others, be unchained ; and he began by releasing... "
Journal of the Senate of the State of Missouri - Page 64
by Missouri. General Assembly. Senate - 1845
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THE BRITSISH & FOREIGN MEDICAL REVIEW

JOHN FORBES M.D. F.R.S. - 1836
...their victim." Pinel instantly commenced his undertaking. There were about fifty whom he considered might without danger to the others be unchained, and...precaution of having previously prepared the same numter of strong waistcoats, with long sleeves, which could be tied behind the back, if necessary....
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Total abolition of personal restraint in the treatment of the insane, a lect ...

Robert Gardiner Hill - 1839
...become their victim.' Pinel instantly commenced his undertaking. There were about 50 whom he considered might without danger to the others be unchained, and...which could be tied behind the back, if necessary. id The first man on whom the experiment was to be tried was an English captain, whose history no one...
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Illustrations of the Law of Kindness

George Washington Montgomery - Kindness - 1841 - 216 pages
...their victim.' Pinel instantly commenced his undertaking. There were about fifty whom he considered might, without' danger to the others, be unchained...was an English captain, whose history no one knew, at he had been, in chaint forty years. He was thought to be one of the most furious among them. His...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volumes 18-19

General - 1841
...undertaking. There were about fifty whom he considered might be unchained without danger to the others, and he began by releasing twelve, with the sole precaution...tied behind the back, if necessary. The first man ou whom the experiment was to be tried was an English Captain, whose history no one knew, as he had...
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Illustrations of the Law of Kindness

George Washington Montgomery - Kindness - 1844 - 252 pages
...undertaking. There were about fifty whom he considered might, without danger to the others, be unchain ed; and he began by releasing twelve, with the sole precaution...experiment was to be tried, was an English captain, whoso history no one knew, as he had been in chaim forty years. He was thought to be one of the most...
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Illustrations of the Law of Kindness

George Washington Montgomery - Kindness - 1845 - 226 pages
...their victim.' Pinel instantly commenced his undertaking. There were about fifty whom he considered might, without danger to the others, be unchained...necessary. " The first man on whom the experiment was tried was an English captain, whose history no one knew, as he had been in chains forty years. He was...
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Hood's Magazine, Volume 4

English fiction - 1845
...instantly commenced his undertaking. There wore about fifty whom he considered might, without oanger to the others, be unchained ; and he began by releasing...could be tied behind the back if necessary," The first case is a very striking one : — " The first man on whom the experiment was tried was an English captain,...
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Journal of Psychological Medicine, Volume 2

Psychology, Pathological - 1849
...made by the author in the subjoined paragraph : — •' There were about fifty whom he considered might, without danger to the others, be unchained;...sole precaution of having previously prepared the Mame number of strong waistcoats, with long sleeves, which could be tied behind the back if necessary....
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The Opal, Volume 2

1852
...instantly comm ..n;-e:! his undertaking. There were about fifty « horn he considered might, wiiluut danger to the others, be unchained, and he began by...previously prepared the same number of strong waistcoats, wiih long sleeves, which could be tied behind t'ne back if necossury. The first man on whom the experiment...
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Reports of the Prison Discipline Society, Boston, Volume 2

Prison Discipline Society (Boston, Mass.) - Prisons - 1855
...There were about fifty whom ho considered might, without daiiŁ»T to (he others, be unchained, and lie began by releasing twelve, with the sole precaution...prepared the same number of strong waistcoats, with lung sleeves, which could be tied behind the back if necessary. The first man on \vhoin ihr experiment...
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