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Saturday, September 30, 1876
Saturday, April 15, 1876
Friday, January 1, 1875
Tuesday, September 3, 1872
A WEEK'S EXPERIENCE IN THE QUIET WARDS A "SECOND-CLASS BOARDING-HOUSE" FOR COMPULSORY BOARDERS--FULL DESCRIPTION OF THE TREATMENT--A CLEAR PROFIT ON THE WEEKLY INCOME OF $947 A WEEK--ANXIETY OF THE PHYSICIANS TO GET RID OF PATIENTS FOR WHOM WRITS OF HABEAS HAVE BEEN SECURED TRANSFERRED TO QUIET WARDS AMUSEMENTS, COMFORTS, AND PRIVILEGES THE LIBRARY HALL VII THE CHANGE OF A WEEK DR. BURRILL'S OPINION OF THE ... A HARMLESS LETTER STOPPED CORRESPONDENCE NOT ENCOURAGED THE FIRST SIGHT OF A FRIEND THE KIND OF LETTERS INTERCEPTED THE LAST DAYS IN BLOOMINGDALE SPRINGING THE TRAP INTERVIEW WITH DR. DROWN THE PATIENT UNWILLING THE VIRTUE OF A WAIT DR. BROWN STILL ANXIOUS A DECIDEDLY UNPROFESSIONAL VISIT RELIGIOUS SERVICES THE DOCTOR'S ROUND THE CONFINEMENT OF A PRISON THREATS OF "THE LODGE." PRIVATE MESSAGES CANNOT BE GOT OUT A MOST ANNOYING DELAY THE NUMBER OF PATIENTS AND WHAT THEY PAY THE REPORTER'S AFFIDAVIT
Tuesday, September 3, 1872
PUBLIC SENTIMENT AROUSED AND REFORM DEMANDED DEFECTIVE LUNACY LAWS IN MASSACHUSETTS FURTHER TESTIMONY OF VALUE HOW A $3,000 A YEAR PATIENT WAS TREATED PROPOSED LUNACY LEGISLATION NEWSPAPER COMMENTS A CLEAR CALM. TRUTHFUL STORY PAINFUL DISCLOSURES DEMANDING REFORM WHAT HAS BEEN ACCOMPLISHED A DISGRACE TO CIVILIZATION WHAT IS PROVED BY THE TRIBUNE INVESTIGATION A GREAT SERVICE DONE TO THE PUBLIC AN EFFECTIVE METHOD OF DEVELOPING THE TRUTH TRUE AMERICAN JOURNALISTIC ENTERPRISE THE VENERABLE DEFENDER OF THE ASYLUM AGAIN A REPLY TO THE POST NEED OF THE JURY SYSTEM DEMONSTRATED NEWSPAPER DISCOVERERS AND DETECTIVES THE EVIL OF PRIVATE ASYLUMS THE OBVIOUS REMEDY PROOF POSITIVE PAY THE PENALTY OF MISMANAGEMENT PLUCKING TRUTH FROM THE WEL
Monday, September 2, 1872
AMONG THE MANIACS: FOUR DAYS IN THE EXCITED WARDS OF BLOOMINGDALE A NIGHT OF HORROR AMONG RAVING PATIENTS --SLEEP DISTURBED BY AGONIZED CRIES OF THE DANGEROUS IDIOTS--CLOSE CELLS, UNCOMFORTABLE BEDS AND CHAIRS, SCANTY AND FOUL FOOD, FILTHY BATHS, AND RUDE AND VULGAR ATTENDANTS--NO AMUSEMENTS, GAMES, OR READING MATTER--IMBECILE BOYS EXPOSED NAKED TO THE SUN, AND VENERABLE BLIND MEN BEATEN BY ENRAGED KEEPERS--INSTANCES OF BRUTAL TREATMENT WITNESSED BY THE TRIBUNE REPORTER BLOOMINGDALE ASYLUM THE REPORTER GETS A REST THE EXCITED WARDS ANOTHER SEARCH SUBMITTED TO A NIGHT OF HORROR THE APPOINTMENTS OF A MANIAC WARD A MANIAC'S MORNING MEAL A LAT IN THE WARD HOW THE PATIENTS DINE "SPEAR TO THE DOCTOR" INCIDENTS OF LIFE IN THE LODGE A CASE OF BRUTALITY ATTENDANTS' HABITS AND LANGUAGE PRIVILEGES WHICH ARE DENIED THE McCABE LUNACY CASE MADHOUSES AND THEIR METHODS
Saturday, August 31, 1872
Saturday, August 31, 1872
THE LUNACY LAW TESTED: HOW TO IMPRISON A SANE MAN AND WHAT IT COSTS MEDICAL SCIENCE AT FAULT--AN EXAMINATION CONFINED TO THE COUNTING OF THE PULSE-- AN EXPERT DECIDES A LUNACY CASE IN LESS THAN ONE MINUTE--A POLICE JUSTICE COMMITS WITHOUT THE EXAMINATION REQUIRED BY LAW, THOUGH CERTIFYING THE EXAMINATION WAS MADE--THE STRICTEST REGULATIONS OF THE ASYLUM EVADED BY ITS PHYSICIAN MEMORANDA THE REPORTER'S STORY THE BRANDY TEST OF INSANITY A FAILURE A MEDICAL EXAMINATION BLOOMINGDALE SUGGESTED THE PHYSICIANS ALLOWED TO DRAW THEIR OWN INFERENCES THE NIGHT WITH THE NORSE OPENING THE BALL THE MOMENT OF CONQUEST ANOTHER ATTACK ON THE NURSE ANOTHER RELAPSE AND EXAMINATION WATCHED BY THE MEDICAL STUDENT RETURN OF THE PHYSICIAN RESULTS OF THE CONSULTATION SWEARING AWAY A MAN'S WITS THE ASYLUM REGULATIONS IN THEORY THE ASYLUM REGULATIONS IN PRACTICE A PERMIT OBTAINED WHAT IT COSTS TO IMPRISON A SANE MAN
Thursday, August 29, 1872
Rosenzweig the Abortionist - His Fruitless Attempts to Get out on Bail
Friday, September 8, 1871
Discovery of Further Links in the Chain of Evidence Against Rosenzweig -- Burial of the Victim at Potter's Field
Sunday, September 3, 1871
Later Developments in Regard to the Trunk Tragedy. Important Admissions of Rosenzweig's Servant. All Doubt of the Identity of the Victim Removed. Sketch of the Life of Miss Alice Bowlby. Suicide at Paterson, N.J., of Her Supposed Destroyer. The Brooklyn Abortionists Held for Examination.
Friday, September 1, 1871
Wednesday, August 30, 1871
Satisfactory Progress in Developing the Trunk Mystery. Discovery of the Truckman Through the Published Accounts. ARREST OF THE ABORTIONIST. Sketch of the Prisoner and His Infamous Career. All Efforts to Identify the Victim Unavailing. THE TRUCKMAN FOUND AT LAST. PICKET'S STORY. KOSENZWEIG'S ARREST EFFECTED.. THE TRUCKMAN MAKES A DETAILED STATEMENT. ROSENZWEIG INTERROGATED SEEKING TO IDENTIFY THE VICTIM.
Tuesday, August 29, 1871
Monday, August 28, 1871
Sunday, August 27, 1871
Wednesday, August 23, 1871
THEIR HISTORY AND EXPLOITS THE JUNKMEN AND THEIR ALLIES--THE STORY OF A RIVER THIEF--A NIGHT'S WORK AND ITS FRUITS--THE HAUNTS AND WAYS OF THE "PIRATES." ... IN THE HARBOR--PROMINENT CASES THE HARBOR POLICE FOUR CLASSES OP RIVER PIRATES THE RIVER THIEVES A RIVER THIEF'S CONFESSION HIDING PLACES FOR THE NIGHT HOW SAILORS ARE MANIPULATED YARIED SUCCESS--TRACKS OF TRADE CAPTURE AND CONSEQUENCES NORTH RIVER--THE COFFEE GAME
Friday, June 9, 1871
A Voluntary Incarceration. Warden Tracey's Hotel. A Public Prison Run as a Private Boarding-House. Mr. Tracey's Menu. Money the Key to the Cell Door. Imprisonment for Debt. Innocent Men in Prison. Malice as a Jailer. The Squeezing System. The Miseries of Detained Witnesses. The Agonies of Confinement.
Tuesday, May 30, 1871
How the Poor Are Treated in Lambeth! The Casual Paper! "Old Daddy," The Nurse; The Bath! The Conversation of the Casuals! The Striped Shirt! The Swearing Club ! ! "Skiley" and "Toke" by Act of Parliament" ! The Adventures of a Young Thief! &c, &c, &c
Friday, January 12, 1866
Great Auction of Slaves at Savannah, Georgia
Thursday, January 1, 1863
What the rebels think of war
Tuesday, April 16, 1861
The coercion of the border states
Tuesday, April 9, 1861
The Convention - closing hours - flatness of trade
Thursday, April 4, 1861
The convention - a day's debate
Monday, March 25, 1861
How it goes on - Northern pro-slavery men - the loan
Saturday, March 23, 1861
Further Interesting Incidents of the Execution
Tuesday, December 6, 1859
John Brown's Remains
Monday, December 5, 1859
He Make No Speech; He Dies Easy; The Body Hangs Half an Hour; Brown Firm and Dignified to the Last
Saturday, December 3, 1859
Petersburg, Va., Nov. 27, 1859
Tuesday, November 29, 1859
Great Auction-Sale of Slaves, at Savannah, Georgia. New York: Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society
Thursday, September 1, 1859
Saturday, April 30, 1859
Thursday, April 7, 1859
Saturday, March 19, 1859
(Poem)
Thursday, March 17, 1859
Thursday, March 17, 1859
Thursday, March 10, 1859
Chattles at Public Auction
Thursday, March 10, 1859
A Great Slave Auction, 400 Men, Women and Children Sold
Wednesday, March 9, 1859
Mrs. Pugh. No.102 South First street, Williamsburgh
Wednesday, May 20, 1857
Mrs. Grommer. No.34 N. Second street, Williamsburgh
Saturday, May 9, 1857
Ms. Fleury. No.263 Broome street
Saturday, April 25, 1857
Madame Harris. No.80 West Nineteenth street, near Sixth avenue
Saturday, April 4, 1857