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Thirty-eighth annual report of the directors of the Dundee Royal Asylum for Lunatics

submitted, in terms of their charter, to a general meeting of the directors, 21st June, 1858 : with the report of the medical officers
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Dundee Royal Asylum for Lunatics, Psychiatric Hosp
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In it received a Royal Charter from Queen Victoria and became the Dundee Royal Lunatic Asylum. In the Directors purchased land at Westgreen Farm, a pleasant and healthy site, near the parish of Liff and Benvie, for the purpose of building a new asylum.

Seventy-seventh annual report of the directors of the Dundee Royal Asylum for Lunatics: submitted, in terms of their charter, to a general meeting of the directors, 21st June, with the reports of the medical superintendent and treasurer of the institution by Dundee Royal Asylum for Lunatics.

Thirty-eighth annual report of the directors of the Glasgow Royal Asylum for Lunatics, submitted, in terms of their charter, to general meeting of contributors, 15th January, by Glasgow Royal Asylum for LunaticsPages: Liff is a village in Angus, Scotland, situated miles west-north-west of Dundee on a south-facing slope two miles north of the River Tay.

It had a population of in Surrounded by farmland, it has been described as 'haunted by wood pigeons and the scent of wild garlic' and having a 'wonderful view over the firth [of Tay]'.

Half a mile to the east lies the site of the former Royal Council area: Angus. Dundee Royal Lunatic Asylum officially opened in Aprilon a site to the north of the town. The curative regime was based on the principles of ‘moral treatment’ pioneered by the Quaker Retreat at York, encouraging the individual to regain self-control and.

ROYAL DUNDEE LIFF HOSPITAL The principal building at the present {} hospital was built in ‑ 82, an imposing, symmetrical Baronial block by Edward and Robertson. “Westgreen Asylum, Liff, ” by Directors of Westgreen Asylum – Annual Report of Directors of Westgreen Asylum, “Westgreen Asylum, Liff, ” by Directors of Westgreen Asylum – Annual Report of Directors of Westgreen Asylum, Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons – It was built to replace the former Dundee Royal Lunatic Asylum building in the town (see separate entry), and was popularly known as the Westgreen Asylum, after its.

6 Nineteenth annual report of the directors of the Dundee Royal Asylum for Lunatics (Dundee Advertiser Office, ), p.

7 Mary de Young, Encyclopaedia of Asylum Therapeutics (McFarland, ). 8 Eighth Annual Report of the Inverness District Asylum, for the year ending May (Highland Archive Centre, Inverness, HHB/3/2/1/3), p.

Nineteenth annual report of the directors of the Dundee Royal Asylum for Lunatics: submitted in terms of their charter to a general meeting of directors, 17th June by Dundee Royal Asylum for Lunatics.

The register covers patients admitted to an asylum in Scotland in this period as well as nearly patients in asylums on 1 January The original registers include the following information: Admission Number: unique to an individual carried through from the first to subsequent admissions and other records in the MC Series held by the.

Forty-second annual report of the directors of the Glasgow Royal Asylum for Lunatics, submitted, in terms of their charter, to general meeting of contributors, 10th January, by Glasgow Royal Asylum for Lunatics. Dundee Royal Lunatic Asylum (DRLA) has been persuasively placed in its urban-industrial To add a footnote, I have the Annual Report for the Cumberland and Westmorland Lunatic Asylum for Buy History of Dundee Royal Lunatic Asylum by Rorie, James (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2. A searchable database of Tayside Health Board records and other medical collections held within the University of Dundee Archives. Royal Asylum of Montrose Patients The Montrose Lunatic Asylum, Infirmary and Dispensary was founded in by Mrs.

Susan Carnegie of Charleton for the treatment of private and pauper patients. The collections. The collections cover a broad range of interests and everyone is welcome to use them.

Most of the collections are listed in our online subject sheets also provide a convenient way of finding material relating to a particular topic, such as. Face to Face: Stories from the Asylum is an exhibition exploring the lives of a small group of patients admitted to Dundee Royal Lunatic Asylum between and Using information and photographs from their case notes, the exhibition examines the circumstances which led to their committal to the asylum, the dilemmas faced by their families.

Administrative and Biographical Histories History of Healthcare in Tayside DDH Dundee Dental Hospital.

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THB 1 Dundee Royal Infirmary THB 2 The Gerard Trust THB 3 The Royal Victoria Hospital THB 4 Dundee Women's Hospital and Nursing Home THB 5 Dundee Orthopaedic and Rheumatic Clinic THB 6 Dundee Eye Institution THB 7 Royal Dundee Liff Hospital (Dundee Royal Lunatic Asylum).

By the mids the directors of Dundee Lunatic Asylum were looking for a new and larger site outside the city and chose the 95 acres of Westgreen Farm, east of Liff and west of Camperdown.

They erected a new building, designed by the architects Edward and Robertson, in Scottish baronial style with a foot frontage and a tower at each end. In the Dundee Lunatic Asylum was erected into a Body Corporate and Politic by an Act of George III as part of the Dundee Royal Infirmary and Asylum and in it was formally established as a separate entity - the Dundee Lunatic Asylum - in premises in Albert Street, Dundee.

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In it received a Royal Charter from Queen Victoria and. The University of Dundee has been ranked 4th among UK universities for overall student satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS).

The University recorded overall satisfaction of 90%, up 2% on the result and well above the sector average of 84%, and was ranked 2nd in Scotland. Annual Reports Details of Disability Services' activities, our key service objectives and the feedback we receive each year are provided in our annual reports: Disability Services' Annual Report: Locating Records for this institution.

For people admitted to Scottish Mental Health institutions from 1 January a record usually survives in the ‘Notices of Admissions by the Superintendent of the Mental Institutions’ which are held by the National Records of Scotland.

NMRS REFERNCE. Architect: William Burn (additions and alterations) - partly pulled down. William Stark See Historical file () PLANS. Merchants' House Minute Book, Fourteenth Annual Report of the Directors of the Glasgow Royal Asylum for Lunatics, Collection, Handbill for charity concert in the Necropolis, ().

Collection, Handwritten Accounts for the Glasgow Necropolis for the Years ended 31 Dundee: An illustrated Architectural Guide (Edinburgh: Royal. King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Action, Adventure, Fantasy.

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King of the Ants. Historians have largely ignored the routes through which Irish ‘lunatics’ entered the asylum, or the ways in which Irish patients were passed, bartered and exchanged between the two sets of institution. Annual Report Rainhill Asylum,Report of the Resident Medical Officer & Superintendent, 99– Thirty-eighth report of the.

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[Sources: Medical Officer for Health, Annual Report, ‑ The Builder, 18 Junep] NETHERLEA HOSPITAL, 65 WEST ROAD, NEWPORT-ON-TAY Netherlea was built as a domestic villa, for the local shipowner, Andrew Leitch, in about to designs by the Dundee architect Thomas Martin Cappon.

It is a large red sandstone building in. Dr Thomas Clouston was the key figure in the development of Craighouse. He had been appointed as Physician Superintendent to the Royal Edinburgh Asylum in and in his first Annual Report commented on the state of the buildings: Aerial photograph taken by RCAHMS in of Old Craighouse (top right) and New Craighouse.

The University of Dundee has a proud record in this connection, with our Access Summer School and ASPIRE programmes acknowledged as examples of best practice in the sector. Recent evidence confirms that those who enter by the Access Summer School route without the traditional formal qualifications perform as well in degree results as those.

Welcome to SUMJ.REPORT ON: DUNDEE CHILD PROTECTION COMMITTEE ANNUAL REPORT REPORT BY: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CHILDREN & FAMILIES SERVICE REPORT NO: PURPOSE OF REPORT The purpose of this report is to present Members with the Independent Convenor of the Child Protection Committee’s annual report for the period April March Murray Royal Hospital, designed by the architect William Burn () opened in as the Murray Royal Lunatic Asylum with accommodation for 80 patients, officials and staff.

The building itself is in a neo-classical style in an H plan consisting of a long south front with a .