Author:Samuel Tuke (1784-1857)

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Samuel Tuke

English philanthropist and reformer

Samuel Tuke


  • On the State of the Insane Poor ‘Philanthropist’ (1811)
  • On the Treatment of those labouring under Insanity, drawn from the Experience of the Retreat ‘Philanthropist’ (1811)
  • Description of the Retreat (1813)
  • Practical Hints on the Construction and Economy of Pauper Lunatic Asylums (1815)
  • Memoirs of Stephen Crisp, with Selections from his Works (1824)
  • Selections from the Epistles of George Fox (1825)
  • Memoirs of George Whitehead (1830)
  • Plea on behalf of George Fox and the early Friends (1837)
  • Five Papers on the Past Proceedings and Experience of the Society of Friends in connection with the Education of Youth (1843)

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