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On February 24th the Lunacy Commission received copies of correspondence between two Welsh doctors Owen Owen Roberts of Bangor and Lloyd Williams of Denbigh containing allegations of acts of cruelty and mismanagement at Haydock Lodge.
William Graham, the then house surgeon of Lincoln Asylumcomplained to Dr Hume and another commissioner in November that he had visited a patients transferred from Lincoln to Haydock And had found him with his face so black and disfigured with bruises that he could hardly recognise him.
He had also reported patients dying of diarrhoea in a room used as a sitting room. Hearing unpleasant rumours about the asylum, he had advised the patient's removal around Christmas [reference]. They examined seven patients on the subject and sent the examination to the commission, who later reported to the Home Secretary that they: It was thought that "the more pressing matters" had been dealt with by the local visitors and that certain "minor inquiries" could be made by the next routine visit of the commissioners to Haydock Lodge.
Williams and Roberts had requested the return of the correspondence as Dr Roberts was not satisfied with the results of the inquiry and was determined to petition parliament.
The commission made copies of the correspondence for their own use when they visited Haydock Lodge, and returned the originals. They advised Williams what they had done, and this may have been the first time that he was clearly told that the complaints were to be investigated further.
The commissioners had also received a letter from Mott alleging that the resident surgeon, Porteus, had been making incorrect returns to them. On April 4th, they referred this matter: These examinations were forwarded to the Commissioners, who, in reply, suggested to the visiting Justices the propriety of their procuring the dismissal or resignation of the offending parties.
In the end, Mr Porteus, the resident surgeon, resigned his situation, and Mary Holden, a nurse who was found to be implicated in concealing some facts from Mr Mott was discharged.
Lutwidge wrote to Williams on May 2nd and to Roberts on May 4th requesting any other information they might have and asking Roberts for the names of any witnesses to his allegations.
He also told them that Porteus and Holden "had ceased to form part of the Haydock Lodge establishment".Grocery Stores, or better known as supermarkets, are essential for the world to survive, because it allows us to purchase food and other necessities. We obviously need food to survive.
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