Edward Oxford: One of the more notorious patients ever to be incarcerated at Broadmoor. After shooting what may have been blanks at the approaching carriage carrying the young, pregnant Princess Royal Victoria and Prince Albert, Edward Oxford was confined to the asylum Bethlehem, convicted of treason, for the better part of a decade. He was being held under a antiquated law, "At Her Majesty's Pleasure" which could be as long as forever. He was sent on to Broadmoor April 30, 1864, bringing with him no notes as far as continuity of care. By 1867 the Doctors were pushing for his release, deeming him of sound mind. He sailed for Australia on on December 3, 1867.
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