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The Key

Observations on the causes, symptoms, and treatment of derangement of the mind. - London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1827.

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The key is an instrument used to secure an opening through which food can be passed into the mouths of persons refusing to take nourishment; it is a circular plate of metal approx. 1/4" thick on which is a 1/2" opening; a T-shaped handle is attached.

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<p>The key is an instrument used to secure an opening through which food can be passed into the mouths of persons refusing to take nourishment; it is a circular plate of metal approx. 1/4" thick on which is a 1/2" opening; a T-shaped handle is attached.</p>
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The Key

Observations on the causes, symptoms, and treatment of derangement of the mind. - London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1827.

<p>The key is an instrument used to secure an opening through which food can be passed into the mouths of persons refusing to take nourishment; it is a circular plate of metal approx. 1/4" thick on which is a 1/2" opening; a T-shaped handle is attached.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : wood engraving.

ABSTRACT

The key is an instrument used to secure an opening through which food can be passed into the mouths of persons refusing to take nourishment; it is a circular plate of metal approx. 1/4" thick on which is a 1/2" opening; a T-shaped handle is attached.

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