|Bishop W. Keane Papers
1796.04/29/1864 Letter from Bishop Delaney, Cork, to Bishop W Keane. `The morning I received the enclosed, which I transmit for yr. Lordship's consideration.' The change in the regulations of the Lunatic Asylum are no good. Formerly, those who were not paupers were received on payment of a small pension. Now they are in the worst condition, since the authorities declared that only paupers can be admitted. Asylums on the Continent are superior, he mentions Bruges where the annual stipend is only 20. Perhaps the case in the Cloyne diocese might be provided for in some such foreign asylum, 16 October 1864.
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