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PART I Managing Lunacy in Eighteenth-Century London 1. Customers, Patrons, and Their Mad-Doctor 5 2. A Rare Resource: John Monro's Case Book I3 3. Profiling Patients and Patterns of Practice z8 4. The Craft of Consultation: Managing Patients and Their Problems 45 5. Diagnosing the Mad 58 6. Religion, Madness, and the Case Book 8z 7. Treating Patients and Getting Paid 92 8. Being Mad in Eighteenth-Century England: Patients' Views of Their Own Illnesses I07 PART II John Monro's 1766 Case Book 117