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The Ladies' Fair
Our own wish for Asylums is that they should be retired -- that they should be not the gaze of idle curiosity, or the opened way to the infirmities of frailty, but a repose for the “dead in trespasses and sins” incident to the unstrung harp of thousand strings, which is kept in tune by the efforts of medical men....
|Title:||The Ladies' Fair|
|Source:||New York State Library|
|Control no.:||051 O612 1855|
|Location:||vol.5, no.3, pp.82-85|
|Keywords:||Advocacy; Asylums; Doctors; Entertainment; Health & Medicine; Holidays; Identity; Insanity; Medical Professionals; Medicine; Moral Treatment; Psychiatric Disability; Social Welfare & Communities|