Report from the Board appointed to Inquire into Matters relating to the Kew Lunatic Asylum : together with the minutes of evidence and appendix

Corporate Author: Victoria. Board Appointed to Inquire into Matters relating to the Kew Lunatic Asylum
Other Authors: Crews, John Branscombe, 1815-1905, MacKay, Angus, 1824-1886, Templeton, William, 1828-1890
Published: Melbourne : John Ferres, Government Printer, 1876
Parliamentary Paper Number: Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ; 1876, no. 57
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Item Description: "Presented to both Houses of Parliament by His Excellency's command"
Board: Angus MacKay (chairman), John Crews and William Templeton
Witnesses: Elizabeth Alexander (attendant Geelong Gaol), John Angleton (warder/attendant , John Banks (attendant), Mary Barrett (attendant), Frances Barry (attendant), George Bell (asst. Govt. shorthand writer), John Benison (brother of asylum patient), Rebecca Benison (sister-in-law of asylum patient), Dr. Samuel Dougan Bird, Elizabeth Buchan (sister-in-law of of asylum patient Thomas Richard Buchan), Frederick George Buchan (brother of asylum patient Thomas Richard Buchan), Samuel C. Candler (coroner), Mary Carey (attendant), Honora Carroll (attendant), Patrick Cashen (asylum patient), William Cody (attendant), Kate Collins (attendant), Simon P. Conway (attendant), Ellen Cronin (laundress), William Davis (steward), Catherine Downey (attendant), Sarah Dumbrell (attendant), Frederick J. Dummelow (asylum patient), Bridget Dunn (matron), Ellen Enright (wardress), Elizabeth Ferguson (asylum patient Oct. 1873 - Feb. 1874 from Collingwood), John Flynn (attendant/warder), James Ford Graham (mine investor Eaglehawk & asylum patient Jan. 1874 - April 1874), James Greig (engineer), Emma Grover (asylum patient), Marion Hardiman (attendant), Mary Hargreaves (asylum patient), Bessie Hartnell née Riordan (sister of attendant Bridget (known as Bessie) Riordan), Margaret Henderson (asylum patient), Elizabeth Hildyard (attendant), Annie Hughes (attendant), William Kearsay [i.e. Kearsey] Hughes (chief clerk in Lunacy), James Johnson (storeman), Rosa Kelly (asylum patient), Rose Kelly (attendant), Mary Kent (attendant), James Hedley King (attendant), ? Leslie (asylum patient), Dr. Augustus J. R. Lewellin, Ellen Loughlan (attendant), Margaret Lyons (attendant), Catherine McCauliffe (attendant), Maggie McDonald (asylum patient), Jane McFarlane (attendant), Michael McGivern (attendant), James McGrath (sr. constable in charge Kew Police Station), Martn McGregor (asylum clerk), Ellen McKee (former probationary asylum attendant), James McMichael (attendant), Theresa Malone (asylum patient), Mary Maloney (asylum patient), William Meehan (attendant), Dr. W. Molloy (asylum medical officer), Abraham Morrison (attendant), Annie Morrison (attendant), Ellen Murphy (attendant), Michael Murphy (hall porter), Maria Murray (asylum patient), Richard Marr Murray (asylum patient), Edmund Nash (attendant), Mark Nathan, Jeremiah O'Brien (attendant), Hannah O'Connor (attendant), Johanna O'Neill (attendant), Mary O'Shanahan (attendant), Mary Porteous (attendant), William Power, Dr. Thomas Shearman Ralph, Richard Reed (asylum fireman), Emma reilly (asylum patient), Kate Reilly (attendant), Mary Reilly (asylum patient), Rev. M. Rintel, Bessie [i.e. Bridget] Riordan (attendant), Dr. [Alexander]Roberston (supt. Kew Asylum), James Robertson (plumber Collingwood), Margaret Ryan (attendant), Henry Sager, Elizabeth Scott (asylum patient), Mary Scott (attendant), Mrs. Ann Sherman (asylum patient Dec. 1874-Aug. 1875), Simpson (female asylum patient from Emerald Hill), Alfred George Sinclair (asylum patient), Kate Slattery (attendant), Joseph Snowden (attendant/bricklayer), Catherine strachan (attendant), John Sheddon Swift (attendant), Alfred George Taylor (attendant), Mrs. Lilias Taylor (attendant), Samuel Thomas (attendant), Dr. William Thomson, Henry Trinnear (attendant), William Trumbell (head attendant), Ann (Mrs. William) Wadham (asylum patient from Fryerstown), Charles Andrew ward (attendant in charge of the hospital), Dr. William Longworth Watkins (asylum medical attendant), J. H. (James Hemming) Webb (govt. shorthand writer), Frederick Wilkinson (master in lunacy), Mrs. Isabella Wood (asylum patient owning property in Cardigan St., Carlton) and Elizabeth Young (ex-asylum attendant),
Physical Description: 127, 352p. ; 33cm.