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Tables of Contents for Women, Madness and Spiritualism
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WOMEN, MADNESS AND SPIRITUALISM
Edited by Roy Porter, Helen Nicholson and Bridget Bennett
VOLUME ONE
Georgina Weldon and Louisa Lowe
Edited and with an introduction by Roy Porter and Helen Nicholson
Acknowledgements
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I Georgina Weldon
1. Introduction-Georgina Weldon and the Mad Doctors by Roy Porter
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2. Georgina Weldon, The History of my Orphanage: Or, the Outpourings of an Alleged Lunatic
(London: Mrs Weldon, 1878)
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3. Georgina Weldon, How 1 Escaped the Mad Doctors
(London: Mrs Weldon, 1882)
69
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4. Georgina Weldon, The Ghastly Consequences of Living in Charles Dickens' House
(London: Tavistock House, 1882)
93
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5. Georgina Weldon, Death-Blow to Spiritualism - Is it? Dr. Slade, Messers. Maskelyse & Cooke, and Mr. W. Morton
(London: Music and Art Association, 1882)
111
28
II Louisa Lowe
6. Introduction by Helen Nicholson
139
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7. Louisa Lowe, 'No. 1 - Report of a Case Heard in Queen's Bench, November 22nd, 1872,' Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?
(London: James Burns, 1872/3)
157
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8. Louisa Lowe, 'No. 2 - Gagging in Madhouses, as Practised by Government Servants, in a Letter to the People', Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?
(London: James Burns, 1872/3)
181
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9. Louisa Lowe, 'No. 3 - How an Old Woman Obtained Passive Writing and the Outcome Thereof', Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?
(London: James Burns, 1872/3)
189
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10. Louisa Lowe, The Bastilles of England, or The Lunacy Laws at Work
(London: Crookenden and Co., 1883)
197
 
VOLUME TWO
Susan Willis Fletcher
Edited and with an introduction by Bridget Bennett
III Susan Willis Fletcher
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11. Introduction by Bridget Bennett
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12. Susan Willis Fletcher, Twelve Months in an English Prison
(Boston: Lee and Shepard; New York: Charles T. Dillingham, 1884)
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