Untitled fragment on localization and psychology
9 page unpublished typescript, title page missing, undated. Corrections in Hughlings Jacks...
Remarks on the duality of the process of cerebration and of the associated process of mentation (“Wigan’s process”)
Unpublished typescript, undated, corrections in Hughlings Jackson’s hand. Title page only....
The ataxic gait of tabetics
Unpublished typescript, undated; refers to paper of 1875. Corrections in Hughlings Jackson...
Unpublished typescript, undated, corrections in Hughlings Jackson’s hand. Collection exami...
Remarks on evolution and dissolution in nervous maladies
Remarks on evolution and dissolution in nervous maladies (with special reference to double...
Crude sensations and dreamy states (intellectual aurae) as symptoms in certain paroysms (epileptic fits)
Unpublished typescript, corrections in Hughlings Jackson’s hand, unfinished, 4 pages. Coll...
Remarks on the symptomatology of acute and chronic brain disease
Unpublished typescript, corrections in Hughlings Jackson’s hand. Collection examined, cata...
E7. Untitled fragment of typescript on epilepsy
Unpublished 78-page typescript, first 5 pages torn away. No title, reference or date. Corr...
Handwritten 26-page notebook bound in red paper. Illegible writing on cover, in Hughlings...
Loose paper inscribed “To be kept”, in Hughlings Jackson’s hand
24 Sep 1903 Contains 2 items: C. Outline on hemiplegia, in Hughlings Jackson’s hand. D....
Untitled fragment on treatment of syphilis, pages 27-32
Approx 1875 to 1911 Unpublished typescript. Unsigned, undated, contains reference to paper...
Untitled analysis of a patient with attacks of unconciousness, or aphasia, or affection of the right arm and leg. First-person account of attacks of aphasia
Unpublished typescript. The analysis is signed J. Hughlings Jackson; the first person acco...
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