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The sixth annual report of the Brighton County Borough Asylum, Haywards Heath being the 51st annual report since the opening of the asylum, for the year 1909 by Brighton County Borough Asylum

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Published by printed by C. Clarke, "Mid-Sussex Times" Offices in Haywards Heath .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Brighton County Borough Asylum,
  • Psychiatric Hospitals

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsReeves, E. J., Purvey, George, Walker, Edward B. C., Little, E. R. D., Shadwell, L. L., Needham, F.
The Physical Object
Pagination58 pages ;
Number of Pages58
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26478812M

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A History of the Sussex Lunatic Asylum (St. Francis Hospital), Haywards Heath. (Brighton: James Gardner, ). First edition, large 8vo, xiv, , (1) pp. Coloured folding plate and other illustrations. The first annual report of the Brighton County Borough Asylum, Haywards Heath; The first annual report of the Lincolnshire County Lunatic Asylum, at Bracebridge, near Lincoln:[from the opening of the asylum, 9th August, , to the 31st December, ] The first annual report of the North Wales Lunatic Asylum, Denbigh:for the year The Asylum List. Our County Asylums List. In there were over one hundred thousand patients within over one hundred mental institutions around the United Kingdom, the majority of these institutions were built since the passing of the County Asylum / Lunacy Act in With the passing of the care in the community act in the ’s, many of these institutions have since closed; only a few. Some county asylum patient lists can be found in the TNA series of records which mainly deal with the administration of asylums and the poor law. (Holdings include: Books, articles, manuscripts, asylum annual reports, James. Sweet Bells Jangled Out of Tune: A History of the Sussex Lunatic Asylum (s Hospital, Haywards Heath.

If you see or hear something that concerns you - report hate crime If you see people being abused because of who they are, report it. You can do that using our online anti-social behaviour and hate incident reporting form or by contacting our Community Safety team by emailing [email protected] or calling opened as Sussex Lunatic Asylum on 25th July , became Brighton County Borough Asylum in passed over to the NHS in and was renamed St Francis Hospital. Located in Brighton & Haywards Heath. Haywards Heath's Muster Green was the site of the Battle of Muster Green, a minor battle that took place in early December during the First English Civil War between a Royalist army under Edward Ford, High Sheriff of Sussex, and a smaller (but more disciplined) Parliamentarian army under Herbert to the fact that neither side possessed field guns, hand-to-hand combat ensued and. Whitecroft Hospital Lunatic Asylum was built in by the Isle of Wight Council for paupers and lunatics. To avoid embarrassment families would send their relatives deemed lunatics to Whitecroft. The definition for lunatics were people deemed insane, foolish or eccentric. Patients were previously treated at Knowle Hospital on the mainland but the Isle of Wight became a separate county from.