APA Citation

Pinel, P. (1806). A treatise on insanity: In which are contained the principles of a new and more practical nosology of maniacal disorders than has yet been offered to the public, exemplified by numerous and accurate historical relations of cases from the author's public and private practice: with plates illustrative of the craniology of maniacs and ideots[sic]. Sheffield: Printed by W. Todd for Cadell and Davies, Strand, London.

Chicago Style Citation

Pinel, Philippe. A Treatise On Insanity: In Which Are Contained the Principles of a New and More Practical Nosology of Maniacal Disorders Than Has yet Been Offered to the Public, Exemplified By Numerous and Accurate Historical Relations of Cases From the Author's Public and Private Practice: With Plates Illustrative of the Craniology of Maniacs and Ideots[sic]. Sheffield: Printed by W. Todd for Cadell and Davies, Strand, London, 1806.

MLA Citation

Pinel, Philippe. A Treatise On Insanity: In Which Are Contained the Principles of a New and More Practical Nosology of Maniacal Disorders Than Has yet Been Offered to the Public, Exemplified By Numerous and Accurate Historical Relations of Cases From the Author's Public and Private Practice: With Plates Illustrative of the Craniology of Maniacs and Ideots[sic]. Sheffield: Printed by W. Todd for Cadell and Davies, Strand, London, 1806.

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