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last heard from, was partially self-sustaining. Of the forty-three cases, twenty-seven had committed criminal acts directly against persons and sixteen against property. Of the twenty-seven, twelve were charged with murder in the first degree, the diagnosis, in a majority of instances, indicating a chronic and irrecoverable insanity. Notwithstanding these facts and figures, Dr. Lamb expresses himself as not opposed to habeas corpus proceeding's as such. It is to the manner of hearing that hedoi:10.1056/nejm190908051610610 fatcat:wtri5goo5rcntmxohe4zdodr7a