Admission Details for Patient: John Warrington (503)
Gender: Male Age: 15
Marital Status: Single Religion: Church of England
Occupation: Boy under training
Address: "Clio" Bangor (formerly Warrington), Carnarvonshire
Date of Admission: April 21, 1890
Date of Discharge: June 21, 1890
Discharge Category: Not insane
Supposed Cause: Not known
1. (i) He is a dull boy and short of understanding. Says he never had mother nor father, yet he wants to go home where he would be made comfortable. Does not know what year it is, nor what month comes before April. Evidently he is an imbecile. (ii). Mr. John R. Heard, Sick Attendant of the Clio ship, states he is fond of stowing himself away, threatened to stab the Officers on board and had in consequence to be placed in the cell and watched carefully. April 21st 1890. John Robert Hughes, MRCS London, Denbigh.
2. (i) He states he does not mind whether his head is cut off or whether he is hung. He is morose and appears to have some hallucination of his hearing. (ii) Mr. John R. Heard, attendant of the Clio Training Ship states that he is fond of stowing himself away and has threatened to kill the Captain and afterwards throw himself overboard. April 21st 1890. David Griffith Evans, MD Univ.. of Edin. Denbigh.
Approximate duration of present attack: Not known
Number of Previous Attacks: 0
Number of Previous Admissions: 0
Number of Subsequent Admissions: 0
Total Number of Admissions: 1
Epileptic: Not known
Clean Habit: -
Food Refusal: -
Sleep Habit: -
Destructive Habit: -
Physical/Mental State at Examination: Health good. This patient was brought here on the 21st instant at the time that the Com. in Lunacy were making their visit. The persons who brought him had not conformed with the usual steps necess.to admitting him, beyond bringing a Certificate signed by the Ship's doctor. The only manner in which he could therefore be admitted was as a Private Patient and he was sent to the town and 2 fresh Med. Certifs. obtained, the order being signed by the Clerk of the Clio in whose charge he was for the time being. Is said to be an incorrigible young fellow; frequently requiring corporal punishment. Very dirty and depraved in his habits.
Current Diagnosis: Dissocial Personality Disorder (F60.2)