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15) The Bicetre was also frequently visited and publicized, most notably in a series of articles by Samuel Gaskell, which appeared in the popular Chambers's Edinburgh Journal in early 1847.
19) Chambers's Edinburgh Journal was available "in parts, as published" at the library of the Keighley Mechanics' Institute, where Patrick Bronte had a subscription, (20) as was the Mirror of Literature, which also published articles on idiocy in the decade leading up to the publication of Wuthering Heights.
24) Similarly, Barbara Goff has argued for Emily Bronte's awareness of certain aspects of contemporary natural theology and natural history, citing as justification Emily's familiarity with scientific and theological texts from her father's library and with "such animal lore as the 'Dogiana' columns of Chambers's Edinburgh Journal.
Chambers's Edinburgh Journal is also mentioned explicitly in Shirley, and in her Life of Charlotte Bronte Elizabeth Gaskell suggests that Anne Bronte had actually published poetry in Chambers's.
36) "Voisin on Idiocy," Chambers's Edinburgh Journal (11 November 1843): 338.
37) [Samuel Gaskell], "Education of Idiots at the Bicetre: Third Article," Chambers's Edinburgh Journal (13 February 1847): 105-6.
41) "Cretinism," Chambers's Edinburgh Journal (1 July 1843): 189.
42) [Samuel Gaskell], "A Visit to the Bicetre," Chambers's Edinburgh Journal (9 January 1847): 21.