Constantine's Convoluted Stove

Constantine's Convoluted Stove
< Joseph Constantine Hydropathy, health, and longevity (Manchester: John Heywood, 1895)

Three views of Constantine's Convoluted Stove which was virtually to become the industry standard

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Sources for a history. Part 5: Controversy and problems

Early problems and controversies. Part 3: technological issues

Turkish baths for animals. Part 4: Turkish baths for urban workhorses

The Turkish bath as a procedure

Pickford & Company's hospital for horses at Finchley

Oakworth house, near Haworth

Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton

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