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[The tranquilizing chair of Benjamin Rush]

"Observations on the tranquillizer," in The Philadelphia medical museum, opp. p. 169. - Philadelphia: , 1811.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : wood engraving.

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A patient is sitting in a chair; his body is immobilized by straps at the shoulders, arms, waist, and feet; a box-like apparatus is used to confine the head. There is a bucket attached beneath the seat.

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<p>A patient is sitting in a chair; his body is immobilized by straps at the shoulders, arms, waist, and feet; a box-like apparatus is used to confine the head. There is a bucket attached beneath the seat.</p>
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[The tranquilizing chair of Benjamin Rush]

"Observations on the tranquillizer," in The Philadelphia medical museum, opp. p. 169. - Philadelphia: , 1811.

<p>A patient is sitting in a chair; his body is immobilized by straps at the shoulders, arms, waist, and feet; a box-like apparatus is used to confine the head. There is a bucket attached beneath the seat.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : wood engraving.

ABSTRACT

A patient is sitting in a chair; his body is immobilized by straps at the shoulders, arms, waist, and feet; a box-like apparatus is used to confine the head. There is a bucket attached beneath the seat.

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