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MENTAL DISEASE IN GENERAL
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Abraham Prescott action affected appeared Bicetre brain cause cerebral character circumstances civil acts committed conduct confined consequence considered court crime criminal act degree delirium delirium tremens delusion dementia disorder disposition doubt drunkenness Esquirol evidence excited existence expert fact faculties feelings frequently furnish Georget habits hallucination Hoffbauer idea imbecility impaired individual influence intellectual JOHN HARVARD jury justice kill kind knowledge laboring latter less Lord lucid interval lunatic madness manifested Medical Jurisprudence ment mental derangement mental disease mind monomaniac moral mania morbid motives murder nature never notions object observed opinion ordinary paroxysm partial party passions pathological patient person phrenology physician plea of insanity principle produced proof propensity punishment question rational reason recognised relations respecting responsibility says senile dementia sense simulated Sir John Nicholl sometimes somnambulism somnambulist sound strong sufficient suicide symptoms testamentary capacity testator testified thought tion trial understanding unsound verdict views witnesses