Special Report of the Board of State Commissioners of Public Charities of the State of Illinois: In the Matter of the Death of Col. James S. Hull, a Patient in the Illinois Northern Hospital for the Insane, at Elgin
D.W. Lusk, 1877 - Mental health facilities - 19 pages
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accident acute mania altercation Ann Arbor apoplexy assistant physician attendants bath-room Beveridge blood blood-vessels Board brain Brooks call for help camisole Captain Brown Carriel cause of death cerebral congestion Chicago colonel Commissioners condition Crane crib December deodorized tincture Dewey door dose of chloral drachm drugs administered Elgin excitement fifteen grains floor flushed foot forty-five grains fury George Chichester George W GOVERNOR grains chloral-hydrate Grand Pacific Hotel hall hands and knees hear heard a row hot water Hull and Brown Hull's ILLINOIS NORTHERN HOSPITAL injection istered Joseph Yowell jury Kilbourne limb Magendie's solution medical witnesses morphia muff noise Northern Insane o'clock occur patient person poisoning by opium Public Charities pulse put my hand Q.—"How long respiration says scuffle severe nervous shock sitting Stone River superintendent symptoms Tennant testimony three or four tion treatment adopted trial ventricles violent W. S. Hull Walter Hull ward adjoin whisky