Turkish baths for animals

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Joseph Walton of 274 Strand, who was later in the year to become a co-director with Moore of the Strand Turkish Bath Company Limited, wroteŚwithout mentioning the connection between the twoŚa letter to The Field in which he said:

Mr Moore has an extensive knowledge of disease in horses, and the bath is administered with invariably beneficial results both to horses and their owners, with whom, I may add, the bath is in high favour.

It is not known when these baths closed, but it seems likely that they survived until at least 1886, when Moore died.

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