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To The Editor Of The English Woman's Jou...
tions of insane and women the treatment in the they kingdom receive , their whether rank in in life public , their or previous private asy _occupa lums - ,
are all , questions of the greatest moment . Can any of your correspondents inform me of the plan pursued in foreign
asylums ? Are the female insane in any case tended by Sisters of Charity ? from Do they physical share maladies in this ? respect If so , in what the is privileges the proportion of those of who cures are among suffering such
rife patients in Eng ? land Again than , can in you France tell ?— me and wheth what er is insanity the prop among ortion women compared is more with America ? Are married or single women most liable to the inroads of this
terrible affliction ?— -and between what ages is it more to be feared . the I laws observe of health that your have correspondent sunk from a says state that of many ordinary , from weakness utter ignorance to one of of
incurable debility , and fatuity . We might , therefore , hope much from the state extensive of a diffusion neihborhood of sanitary or the knowled habits ge of , say a class radical mi improvement ht be supposed in the to g
diminish the number g of the , insane . license She also houses observes for the , that care the of Commissioners females to _wojcaen in Lunacy provided mig those ht be of inclined superior to
intelligence and character presented themselves ; , and that such women might proprietors pass through of an asylums examination for their as to own intellectual sexprovided and moral they fitness had first for becoming received
some suitable training . How are women , to be trained for managing insane patients ? Is there any plan now existing in our chief public asylums by which educated ladies can acquire the necessary experience ?
receive correspondents 1 I am a asking thoroug will numerous h ventilation supply me questions . with answers , but I , I and doub remain that t not , the Madam that whole , some subject of your will York 211860 Yours trulZ
, Sept . , . y , .
Passing Events. 143
PASSING EVENTS . 143
XXII . —PASSING EVENTS .
* G-Aribai/Di's Entrance Into Naples On ...
* G-aribai / di ' s entrance into _Naples on the 8 th September has been followed b defeat y uninterrupted at Anconawhich success is . besieged G-eneral b Lamoriciere the Sardinian has swho sustained have now a openl severe y
declared for Garibaldi , —* a Sardinian army y of fifty thousand , men in the Papal statesand the surrender of two cities to a Sardinian general being the tangible proofs , of co-operation ; though Garibaldi is said to be much prejudiced
against The Prince Count Cavour of Wales . is now in UCanada . On the 25 th of August he the was finishing engaged rivet in by of far the the stupendous most inportant pper iron tubular transaction bridge of erected his visit b : y hammering the Grand
tions miles Trunk long has Railway . been A sp Company prepared lendid bronze over by the the medal workmen river , with St . Lawrence appropriate on the Gran . devices This d Trunk brid and ge Kailway inscri _^ is two pcommemoration
for of the the inauguration Queen , and g of iven the to bi the 'ido prince _-e by the for that prince purpose , a gold In medal has been struckwhich is a beautiful specimen of art . It bears on it face a
represenground tation , of are a visible train of a steamer cars just ascending emerging from and a the raft the brid coming Canadian ge , while _^ down in tjie the river fore the - .
Above the bridge are the armorial bearings of provinces fi Brid gures in medal bold . relief The . Victoria The inscri Brid ption of is Montreal as follows the : — greatest " The Victoria work of ge ;
eng Grand ineering ge Trunk skill Railway in the of world Canada . Publicl . " Attached y inaugurated to the ar ms a opened re the n in am 1860 es of
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), Oct. 1, 1860, page 143, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01101860/page/71/