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Hereditary

Hereditary and nostalgia...

Misfortune and mental strain

Seduction

Disappointment in affection

Financial losses

Loss of property

Poverty

Reverses

Grief and trouble

Family trouble

General care

Fear of poverty

111 treatment



17
3
2
1
1
3
1

20
1
3



19
3
2
1
1
3
1

20
1
3

1
1
1
1
1
8
4
2
1
2



Carried forward .



109



40 i



149



21

Table E — Continued.



Supposed Causes.



Males. I Females. Total



Brought forward:

Anxiety about parents aud home sickness.

Deat)i of a rehitive

Poverty and S])iritualism

Spiritualism

Religious impressions

Religious enthusiasm

Religious excitement

Political excitement

Unknown



Totals



109
1
1



189



40



25



149
1
1
1
.3
1
1
1
1
99



258



TABLE F.

Shoioing the Class of Insanity of Two Hundred and Fifty-Eight Patients at the time of their
Admission, from July 1, 1882, to July 1, 1883.



Form of Disease.


Males.


Females.


Total.


Mania




108

8

50

22

1


36

1

12

17

-

2


144


Monomania .




9


Dementia




62


Melancholia




39


Idiocy. - _. . .


1


Acute Delerious Mania _. .. .. _


1


Not Insane




2










Totals ..


189


69


258







TABLE G.

Showing the Civil Condition of Tiuo Hundred and Fifty-Eight Patients at the time of their
Admission, from July 1, 1882, to July 1, 1883.



Civil Condition.


Males.


Females.


Total.


Married . ..


48
129


47
14

8


95


Single . ....


143


Widows -. .-


8


Widowers .


4
8


4


Unknown .


8






Totals


189


69


258







25



TABLE H.



Showing the Occupation of Tivo Hundred and Fifty-eight Patients, admitted from, July 1, 1882, to

July 1, 1883.



Occupation.



Males.



Laborers

Housewives

Miners

Farmers

Sheepherders

Servants (cooks)

Woodchoppers

Butchers

Blacksmiths

Fruit and vegetable sellers.

Carpenters

Barkeepers

Barbers

Physicians

Dairymen

Saloon keepers

Shoemakers

Hotel keepers

Firemen

Amalgamator

Gunsmith

Dressmaker

Government employe

Weaver

Lawj'er J

Hostler

Civil engineer

Mechanics

Upholsterer

Bookkeeper

Cabinetmaker

Wheelwright

Clergyman

Sailor

Schoolboy

Seamstress

Retired from business

Marblecutter

Liveryman

Trapper

Turkey raiser

Papermaker

Hunter

Prostitutes

School teacher

Deputy Sheriff

None

Unknown



58



Totals.



189



40



69



58
40
21
21
8

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
4
2
2
2



29
10



258



26



TABLE I.

Showing the Cause of Death of Eighty-six Patients during thd Year, from July \, 1882, to

July 1, 1883.



Cause of Death.



Nativity.



July^ 1882

July, 1882

July, 1882

July, 1882

July, 1882

Julj', 1882

July, 1882

July, 1882

August, 1882

August, 1882

August, 1882

August, 1882

September, 1882.
September, 1882.
September, 1882.
September, 1882.

October, 1882

October, 1882

October, 1882

October, 1882

October, 1882

October, 1882

October, 1882

November, 1882.
November, 1882.
November, 1882.
November, 1882.
November, 1882.
November, 1882.
November, 1882.
November, 1882.
November, 1882.
December, 1882..
December, 1882..
December, 1882..
December, 1882 __
December, 1882 _.
January, 1883. ...

January, 1883

January, 1883

January, 1883

January, 1883

January, 1883

January, 1883

January, 1883.__
February, 1883..
February, 1883..
February, 1883..
February, 1883..
February, 1883..
February, 1883..
February, 1883„

March, 1883

March, 1883

March, 1883

March, 1883

March, 1883

March, 1883

March, 1883

March, 1883

March, 1883 i



Disease of brain

Tabes mesenterica

Consumption

Organic disease of brain

General atrophy

Consumption

Peritonitis

Cancer of stomach

Organic disease of brain

Marasmus

Consumption

Marasmus

Paralysis

Escaped, and run over by train.

Paralysis

Acute delirious mania

Consumption

Cancer of womb

Paralysis

Epilepsy

Organic disease of the brain

Consumption

Vascular tumor of neck

Hemorrhage of lungs

Marasmus

General paresis

Organic disease of brain

General atrophy

Paralysis

Marasmus

Marasmus

Consumption

Paralysis

Paralysis

Consumption

General paresis

Consumption

Senile decay

Paralysis

Scrofulosis

Consumption

Consumption

Consumption

Apoplexy

Paralysis

Exhaustion, acute melancholia-
Exhaustion, acute melancholia.

Consumption .

General paresis

Marasmus

Organic disease of brain

Erysijielas from burns

Organic disease of brain

Consumption

Chronic hepatitis

Valvular disease of heart

Paralysis

Cancer

Marasmus

Organic disease of brain

Dropsy



Ireland

Ireland

China

California

Germany

France

United States

Germany

Prussia

Massachusetts

Ireland

Maine

Italy

Missouri

Unknown :

Ireland

Maryland

Russia

Mexico

Unknown

Sweden

Pennsylvania

California

Ohio

Unknown

Germany

California

District Columbia...

England

Pennsylvania

Manilla

Germany

Ireland

District Columbia...

Maine

Virginia

France

France

New York

Ireland

Missouri

Ireland

Ireland

Ireland

Ireland

England

China

Scotland

North Carolina. _1-.

Spain

New York

California

Pennsylvania

Sweden

Ireland

Ireland

Indiana

Missouri

England

Portugal

Ireland



Age.



43
37
24
43

Unknown
54
51
40
36
60
42
45
44
54

Unknown
32
60
50
28

Unknown
32
52
20
30

Unknown
46
27
33
75
57
65
37
60
45
51
50
51
73
41
35
29
43
36
66
57
21
22
45
52
55
40
21
41
45
63
36
44
55
45
26
46



S- 3



27

Table I — Continued.




March, 1883
March, 1883
April, 1883-.
April, 1883-
April.lS83..
April, 1883..
April. 1883..
April, 1883..
May, 1883-.
May, 1883-
Mav, 1883-
May, 1883.-
May. 1883-.
Mav. 1883..
Mav, 1883-
May, 1883-
June, 1883..
June, 1883.-
June, 1883—



June, 1883.
June, 1883.
June, 1883.
June, 1883.
June, 1883.
June, 1883.



Epilepsy

Consumption

Consumption

Epilepsy

Parah'sis

Congestion of lungs

Pneumonia

Paralysis

Catalepsy

Marasmus

Consumption

Paralysis

Chronic hepatitis

Chronic hepatitis

Pneumonia

Dropsy

Typho-malarial fever

Paralysis

From injuries received before

admission

Consumption

Organic disease of brain

Cirrhosis of liver

Tabes mesenterica

Paralysis..

Epilepsy



Ireland

Mexico

Ireland.

China

France

Austria

Unknown. .

France

Ohio

Mexico

Ireland

Italy

Germany

Germany - .

Ireland

Ireland

England

Maine

Italy

Mexico

Xew York .

Maine

Switzerland

Ireland

Vermont



Unknown
31
68

Unknown
62
60

Unknown
71
30
52
57
57
49
39
54
41
23
33

36
30
60
60
38
70
59



TABLE J.

Recapitulation of Cause of Death of Eighty-six Patients during the Year, from July 1, 1882, to

July 1, 1883.



C.vrsE OF Death.



Males.



Consumption

Paralj'sis

Disease of brain

Marasmus

Epilepsy

General paresis

Chronic hepatitis

Exhaustion from acute melancholia

Tabes mesenterica

Accident

Dr



Jropsy



Cancer-
Pneumonia

General atrophy
All other causes .

Totals



2
2
1
1

4

21



17
14
9
8
4
3
3
2
2
2
2



2
14



86



28



TABLE FIRST.



Showing Account of Articles Consumed and Current Expenditures in the Asyluyn for the Year

ending ivith June 30, 1883.



Flour ...

Meat

Sugar

Tea

Syrup - .
Potatoes.
Butter...
Coffee.. -

Lard

Fish ....
Eggs.



Beans and peas

Rice and cracked wheat...
Corn meal and middlings .

Fruit

Vegetables

Salt



Vinegar

Small groceries

Soap and potash

Drugs and medicine .

Liquors

Tobacco

Dry goods

Clothing and hats ._.
Shoes and leather ._.
Blankets



Bedding

Furniture and crockeryware

Hardware and tinware

Brooms and brushes

Fuel

Gas and oil

Books and stationery

Grain, hay, feed

Castings, pipes, and iron

Garden tools and seeds

Paints, oils, and glass

Lumber

Building materials and repairs .

Discharged patients

Returned escapes

Payroll and wages

Miscellaneous



Total.



$9,730


99


24,759


82


6,275


96


897


61


800


75


4,145


81


5,853


62


1,117


20


279


45


818


85


323


23


857


52


910


62


499


27


594


70


117


09


122


54


148


95


1,234 43


1,290


26


1,468


17


686


25


1,467


91


1,857 29


7,716


82


2,908


14


1,.393


50


1,464


01


1,286


16


904 91


374 79


15,294


80


2,162


78


327


13


1.020


05


735


18


218


33


439


09


604


97


2,248


76


219


10


135


20


75,139


35


1,711


67


$182,573 03



29

TABLE SECOND.
Showing the Cost of the different Departments for the Tear ending with June 30, 1883.



Departments.



Cost.



Male kitchen and dining room $35,486 80

Male department 52,902 30

Female kitchen and dining room 18,963 78

Female department I 32,694 87

Bakery —\ 10,429 17



Laundry and engine rooms.

Farm, garden, and dairy

Repairs and improvements-
Medical Superintendent

Assistant Physician

Assistant Physician

Miscellaneous



5,233 59
4,698 81
3,295 62
5,204 73
4,300 00
4,300 00
5,063 36



Total - $182,573 03



TABLE THIRD.
Averages.





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>


>


>




rt- <!


<!


V <


« :S


































^"^


'g


w"S


o




B <Si,


^


re.

1 o


1?


Months.




^


1 ^






D.2


H


1 «


i t














Wo


•a


i «


i Q
























«; h^j










] !f


i


1 »


i ^



July, 1882

August, 1882

September, 1882.

October, 1882

November, 1882.
December, 1882 .

January, 1883

February, 1883..

March,1883

April, 1883

May, 1883

June, 1883

Yearly average



,095
,105
,114
,118
,122
,135
,143
,153
,156
,162
,173
,182



1,138



$527 96
478 84
470 57
487 74
556 71

520 83
516 98

521 73
480 51
501 99
462 15
478 79



$500 20



JO 48.2
43.3
42.2
43.6
49.6
45.9
45.2
45.2
41.5
43.2
39.4
40.5



43.9



$14 95
13 43

12 67

13 52

14 88
14 23
14 02
12 66
12 87
12 95
12 22
12 15



$13 38



30

TABLE FOURTH.
Shoioing Products of the Farm, Garden, and Dairy, for the Year ending loith June 30, 1883.



Beets, pounds

Tomatoes, pounds

Turnips and carrots, pounds

Beans and peas, pounds

Pumpkins and squashes, pounds

Other vegetables, pounds

Other vegetables, bunches

Corn and cucumbers, dozens

Cabbage, pounds

Onions, pounds

Lettuce, cauliflower, and celery, dozens ._

Peppers and okra, pounds

Apples, pears, apricots, and plums, pounds

Grapes, pounds

Egg and oyster plant, dozens

Parsnips, pounds

Hay, tons —

Fodder, tons

Pork, pounds

Milk, gallons

Eggs, dozens

Chickens, number used



31,085

50,200

71,570

3,906

41,995

372

3,214

4,355

42,591

29,502

J, 917

4,144

18,930

23,640

291

3,410

12

25

10,460

6,941

620

165



TABLE FIFTH.
Showing Stock Sold for the Year ending with June 30, 1883.



Stock.


Number.


Price.


Calves - . _-


8
10


$56 00


Pigs - -


39 00












$95 00



TABLE SrXTH.
Showing Stock on Sand, Jxme 30, 1883.





Stock.


Nvunber.


Cows -


15


Bulls.


1


Yearlings ._ -. _. _. .


7


Calves -


3


Swine (large)


160


Swine (small) .


100







31

The year has passed without any unusual occurrence; the accus-
tomed routine of business lias been continued; and the usual good
order in the various departments of the institution has been main-
tained.

Very few cases of epidemic or zymotic diseases have occurred, and
the general health of the inmates has been exceptionally good.

The method heretofore adopted in disposing of the sewage — the
most practical and least objectionable under existing circumstances,
the decayed condition of the wooden sewers, and their imperfect con-
nection with the interior of the buildings, might, in a less favored
climate, have been productive of many fatal diseases. That we, so
far, have been exempt from such afflictions is a matter of sincere
congratulation.

W. T. BROWNE,
Acting Medical Superintendent.

State Insane Asylum, Stockton, Cal., July 1, 1883.



THE THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT



MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT.



SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT.



To the Directors oj the State Insane Asylum at Stockton, California :

As Medical Superintendent, I hereby submit the thirty-second
annual report of the operations of the asylum for the year ending
with June 30, 1884.

The following summary exhibits the movement of patients during
the year:

ANNUAL SUMMARY.



FitoM June 30, 1883, to July 1, 1884.


Males.


Females.


Totals.


ITuraber of patients July 1, 1883


834
207


350
57


1,184


Number admitted during the year


264






Number under care and treatment


1,041


407


1,448






Number discharged, recovered


81

6

5

67

10


32
10

1

20

1


113


Number discharged, improved


16


Number discharged, unimproved


6


Number died


87


Number escaped


11






Number discharged, died, and escaped


169


64


233






Remaining Julv 1> 1884


872


34:^


1,215







The above table shows that there were 1,184 patients at the begin-
ning of the year; that 264 were admitted during the year, making
the whole number under care and treatment 1,448; that 113 were dis-
charged as recovered, 16 as improved, and 6 as unimproved; that 87
died, and that 11 escaped, making the total number of discharges,
deaths, and escapes, 233, and leaving in the asylum, July 1, 1884,
1,215 patients, an increase of 31 during the year.

The same condition referred to by Dr. Shurtleff, in his thirtieth
and last published annual report, has continued unabated during the
past two years, namely, that a large number of cases were admitted
belonging to the class of incurables — epileptics, imbeciles, and those
"in a state of advanced senile decay," or "in whom the mental fail-
ure was but the result of a general breaking down from chronic phy-
sical disease." There were 9 admitted during the year, covered by
the thirty-first, and 30 during the year, covered by the thirty-second
report, whose ages ranged from 60 to 85. Many of these cases came
from county hospitals, and no small portion of them could only by a
violent stretch of language be declared " dangerous to be at large."

The following tables furnish the usual statistical information, both
as to the patients and as to the articles consumed, and other expen-
ditures. The Steward's accounts show that the total amount of
expenditures for the support of the asylum was $181,805 89, and of
extraordinary expenditures, $1,872 02. '^The table of averages shows
that the average cost per capita per diem was 41 cents.



36



TABLE A.



Showing the Counties from lohich Two Hundred and Sixty-four Patients were Admitted from

July \, 1883, to July 1, 1884.



Counties.



Males. Females.



Alameda

Alpine

Amador

Butte

Calaveras

Contra Costa

Del Norte

El Dorado

Fresno

Inyo

Kern

Lassen

Los Angeles

Marin

Mariposa

Mendocino

Merced

Mono

Nevada

Placer

Sacramento

San Bernardino-
San Francisco _.

San Joaquin

Santa Clara

Santa Cruz

Shasta

Sierra

Siskiyou

Stanislaus

Sutter

Tehama

Tulare

Tuolumne

Yolo

Yuba

State Prison



12
1

5
8
.3
1
1
5
5
1
4
2
41



13
3
7

10
2
6
3

30

10
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
5
2
2
3
1



11
1

1
2

"2"

4

2

"3"
10



15
1



3
1
1
b
7
1
4

52
1
4
1

15
5
%

14
4
6
6

40

1&
3
2
3
4
3
5
3
6
2
2

a

1



Totals .



207



57



264



37



TABLE B.



Showing the Nativity of Ttoo Hundred and Sixty-four Patients, Admitted from July \, 1883, to

July 1> 1884.



Males. Females.



United States.


1
1

8
6
5
2
1
3
1
3
3
1
4
10
2


1

-.

2
.-

1
1
2
4

-.

.-

2

1
-


2




1




17




8




5




3




1


Massachusetts _- -


4


Michigan ._ -


2


Missouri .


5


Maine _ -.


7


Mississippi - - -_


1


New Hampshire - _


4


New York -


14




2




1


Ohio ..


6
3
2
1
2

1
4
2
2
10


8


Pennsylvania


3


Rhode Island _ -


2


Texas.


1


Tennessee _ . ..


4


Utah


1


Virginia. .


5


Vermont.


2


Wisconsin


2


United States '


12






Totals -._ - - - .


84


33


117






Foreign Countries.
Austria.-




1
-

..

1

1

1

4

10

1



1

.-


1


Australia.. . ..


1

1
1


1


Azores .


1


Brazil ._


1


Central America . _


2


Chili


1

18
6

1
7
1
6


1


China..


18


Canada


6


Denmark .


2


England. __


8


East Indies . . _


1


France _ .


7


Finland


1


Germany


21

30
6
6
2
1
2
1
4
1
1
1


25


Ireland _. _.


40


Italy


7


Mexico


6


New Brunswick .


2


Nova Scotia.. . _


1


Peru


2


Portugal.- -. _ . _


2


Sweden _ - -


4


South America -


1


Scotland


1


Sicily - —


1


Western Islands


1


Unknown


4


4






Totals - —


123


24


147







38



RECAPITULATION.



Nativity.


Males.


Females.


Total.


United States _ .


84

119

4


33
24


IIT


Foreifn countries . . .


14a


Unknown


4






Totals


207


57


264







TABLE C.

Showing the Ages at xohich Insanity First Appeared in Txco Hundred and Sixty-four Patients^
Admitted from July \, 1883, to July 1, 1884.



Less than 10 years

Between 10 and 15 years
Between 15 and 20 j'ears
Between 20 and 25 years
Between 25 and 30 years
Between 30 and 35 years
Between 35 and 40 years
Between 40 and 45 years
Between 45 and 50 years
Between 50 and 55 years
Between 55 and 60 years
Between 60 and 65 years
Between 65 and 70 years
Between 70 and 75 years
Between 75 and 80 years
Between 80 and 85 years
Unknown

Totals



&

I

15

32

36

29

33

31

28

13

12

8

5

4

2

3

6



207



57



264



TABLE D.

Showing the Ages of Txoo Hundred and Sixty-four Patients at the time of their Admission, from,

July 1, 1883, to July 1, 1884.



Males. Females. I Total.



Between 10 and
Between 15 and
Between 20 and
Between 25 and
Between 30 and
Between 35 and
Between 40 and
Between 45 and
Between 50 and
Between 55 and
Between 60 and
Between 65 and
Between 70 and
Between 75 and
Between 80 and
Unknown



15 years..
20 years.
25 years.
30 years-
35 years.
40 years.
45 years-
50 j'ears-
55 years.
60 years.
65 years.
70 years.
75 years.
80 years.
85 years.



Totals





1
1


1


9





15


9


24


19


10


29


• 28


7


35


27


6


33


25


5


30


22


7


29


24


3


27


6


4


10


12


3


15


5




5


4


1


&


2




2


3




3


6




6


207


57


264



39

TABLE E.

Shoioing the Supposed Cause of Insanity, as stated in Oommitments of Two Hundred and Sixty-
four Patients, admitted from July 1, 1883,/o July 1, 1884.



Supposed Cavses.



Hales.



Intemperance

Masturbation

Epilepsy

Hereditary

Suppression of the menses

Opium habit

Congenital

Loss of property

Injury to the head

Alcoholism

Dissipation and masturbation

Senile decay

Disease of brain

Love trouble and sunstroke

Change of residence and excitement-
Spiritualism and softening of brain..
Debt



Constitutional syphilis

Domestic disagreements

Drink and poverty

Exposure and veneral excesses

Religious excitement

General declining health

Gastritis

Intemperance and hereditary

Dissipation

Troubles

Intemperance and exposure

Intemperance and pecuniary losses

Paralysis

Change of life .

Xeuralgia :

Financial troubles, etc

Dissipation and overwork

Puerperal fever

Exposure in tropical climate

Sunstroke and domestic troubles

Hereditary, poverty, and ill health

Hereditary and masturbation

Working in quicksilver

Old age

Bad health and loss of property

Sunstroke and old age

Disappointment in love

Hereditary and change of life

Hereditary and uterine difficulties

Violent death of husband

Overwork

Exposure to hot sun

Apoplexy

Tuberculosis

Uterine troubles

Spiritualism

Intemperance and syphilis

Pecuniary losses and onanism

Injury from railroad accident

Plethora

Killing of a woman

Worry about his condition and exposure.

Carried forward



106



30



40

Table E — Continued.



Supposed Causes.



Males. Females.



Brought forward

Family matters and divorce.

Reverses in business

Living alone for years

Injury to eye

Injury to brain

Mental prostration

Illness

Injured by fall

Financial troubles

Family difficulties

Pistol ball in head

Removal from office

Exposure to heat of sun

Unknown



106



30



136



Totals



207



114

264



TABLE F.

Shoioing the Class of Insaniti/ of Two jffundred and Sixty-four Patients at the time of their Ad-
mission, from July 1, 1883, to July 1, 1884.



Form op Disease.


Males.


Females.


Total.


Mania


152

4

42

9


43

8


195


Monomania


4


Dementia _.


48


Melancholia _ _..__


17






Totals _


207


57


264







TABLE G.

Showing the Civil Condition of Two Hundred and Sixty-four Patients at the time of their Admis-
sion, from July I, 1883, to July 1, 1884.



Civil CoNDiTiON.


Males.


Females.


Total.


Married.-


36
154


31

17 ;

8 1

_.


67


Single -.


171


Widows _. .


8


Widowers ._ _.


' 7
10


7


Unknown -


11








Totals -.


207


57

1


264









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TABLE H.



Shoioing the Occupation of Two Hundred and Sixty-four Patievts, Adtnitted from July 1, 1883, to

July 1,1884.



Laborers

Carpenters

Sheepherders-
Housewives ..
Cooks



Clerks

Farmers

Seam stresses

Sailors

Butcher

Hunter and tramp

Miners

Billposter

Coopers

Saddler

Teamsters

Saloon keepers

Painters

Florists

Blacksmiths

Domestics

Speculator

Stonemason

Heater in rolling mill.

Storekeepers

Nurses

School teachers

Type founder

Plasterers

Hostler

Tailor

Merchant

Stonecutters

Engineer

Lumberman

Orchardist

Watchmaker

Oiler

Cabinet maker

Weaver

Baker

Convict

Gardener

Stock raisers

Dressmaker

Steward on ship

Railroading

Dairyman

Architect

No occupation

Unknown



Totals .



207



32



57



42

TABLE I.



Shoioing the Cause of Death of Eighty-seven Patients during the Year from July 1, 1883, to

July 1, 1884.



Month.




Nativity.




July, 188.3

Julv, 1883

Julv, 1883

•July, 1883

July, 1883

July, 1883

Julv, 1883

July, 1883

Julv, 1883

July, 1883

August, 1883

August, 1883

August, 1883

August, 1883

August, 1883

August, 1883

August, 1883

September, 1883.
September, 1883.
September, 1883.
September, 1883.
September, 1883.
September, 1883.

October, 1883

October, 1883

October, 1883

October, 1883

October, 1883

October, 1883

November, 1883.
November, 1883.
November, 1883.
November, 1883.
November, 1883.
November, 1883.
November, 1883.
November, 1883.
November, 1883.
December, 1883-.
December, 1883 -
December, 1883_-
December, 1883..
December, 1883 —
December, 1883- .
December, 1883_.
December, 1883..

January, 1884

January, 1884

January, 1884...

January, 1884

Januar}', 1884

January, 1884-..

January, 1884

February, 1884..
February, 1884..
February, 1884..
February, 1884..
February, 1884..
February, 1884..
March, 1884



Typhoid fever

Rheumatism

Senile decay

Apoplexy

Paralysis

Valvular disease of the heart

Typho-malarial fever

Senile decay

Organic disease of brain

Marasmus

Consumption

Consumption

Paralysis

Organic disease of brain

Maniacal exhaustion

Uterine carcinoma

Maniacal exhaustion

Consumption

Acute delirous mania

Consumption

Enteritis

Paralysis

Consumption

Paralysis

Dropsy

Consumption

Consumption

Maniacal exhaustion

Consumption

Consumption

Paralysis

Consumption

Maniacal exhaustion

Apoplexy

Marasmus ;

Heart disease

Decay of old age

Paralj'sis

Consumption

Paralysis

Senile decay

Atrophy

Paralysis

•Marasmus

Epilepsy

Suicide

Organic disease of brain

Paralysis

Atrophia

Organic disease of brain

Paralysis

Marasmus .

Hferaateraesis

Apoplexy

Consumption

Consumption

Consumption



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