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REGISTERS OF DISCHARGES, TRANSFERS AND DEATHS

These registers were introduced under 8 & 9 Vict. Cap 100, and they contain information on date of discharge or death, date of last admission, name, sex, class, whether discharged recovered, relieved or not improved, or died, with cause of dea...

REGISTERS OF MECHANICAL RESTRAINT AND SECLUSION

The Act 53 Victoria c. 5 Sect. 40 (the Lunacy Act of 1845) provided for the controlled use and certification of mechanical restraint which was to be regulated by the Commissioners in Lunacy. The regulations of the Commissioners (later the Board of...

DIARIES FOR THE CONTINUATION OF RECEPTION ORDERS

'A Diary for the Continuation of Reception Orders by Special Reports and Certificates' was to be used for the entry of the days of the year on which reports and certificates on patients were due to be sent to the Board of Control, for th...

PUBLICATIONS AND PUBLICITY BY THE RETREAT

This is not a comprehensive collection of the many publications about the Retreat during its long history. The publications listed here were all produced for a particular publicity purpose: some were officially issued by the Retreat to publicise i...

RETREAT MAGAZINES

Issues of Harbour Lights, 1923-1941; Old Tuke's Almanak, 1952-1954; and Phoenix, 1956 -1959.

INVENTORIES AND VALUATIONS OF CONTENTS, CATALOGUES AND LISTS

The Retreat periodically had its entire contents professionally inventoried and valued to ensure it had correct and up to date information. Other catalogues or inventories of particular items were also made from time to time for a variety of reaso...

TRADESMEN'S CIRCULARS AND ADVERTISEMENTS

These are for all types of goods and services. There are other advertisements among Steward's Incoming Correspondence Files, RET 4/2/2, Household Provisions and Equipment RET 4/3/1-4, and Furnishings, RET 4/5. For other material on suppliers ...

ATTENDANTS' TIME BOOKS

These are small notebooks recording individual attendants' timekeeping, with comments like 'good,' 'bad', 'improved', when ill etc

STAFF CORRESPONDENCE

This comprises correspondence with, or relating to, individual staff, but also some papers about staffing and staff matters. There is some overlap with material in RET 5/1 and RET 5/6. The earlier folders relate more or less entirely to nurses and...

LISTINGS OF PATIENTS

Names and details of patients can be found in the admission registers (RET 6/2) the case books and their indices (RET 6/5) as well as in other patients' records. Names and details of patients can also be found in the financial records (RET 3/...

MEDICAL JOURNALS AND WEEKLY REPORT BOOKS

Provision was made for medical journals and weekly report books by section 59 of the Act 8 & 9 Victoria Cap. 100, and this provision was reiterated in Section 90 of the Act 16 & 17 Victoria Cap. 97. The books are arranged with one week to ...

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