"Matilda Ellrington poured scorn on those who tut-tutted at the temperatures in the bath.I have been in the bath myself when it was 180°, she said,'and have been there for half an hour. "

  
1. Karl Marx / Francis Wheen. London : Fourth Estate, 1999. p.212



  
2. Karl Marx Frederick Engels Collected works. London : Lawrence & Wishart, 1975-  



  
3. Pillars of Hercules, or, a narrative of travels in Spain & Morocco in 1848 / David Urquhart. London : Bentley, 1850


  
4. Mr Wrenfordsley of Dublin (See note 17 below)



  
5. 'The amendment of the law of libel...' [Editorial] Bucks Herald (8 May 1858) p.4; cols 5 & 6


  
6. 'Rickmansworth Coroner's inquest' Buckinghamshire Advertiser (9 Feb 1858) p.4; col.1



  
7. 'The adjourned inquest: second day' Buckinghamshire Advertiser (13 Feb 1858) p.4; cols. 1 & 2


  
8. 'The adjourned inquest: third day' Buckinghamshire Advertiser   (16 Feb 1858) p.4



  
9. A memoir of Mrs Urquhart / M C Bishop. London : Kegan Paul, 1897



  
10. 'The adjourned inquest: third day' Buckinghamshire Advertiser (16 Feb 1858) p.4



  
11. 'The inquest at Rickmansworth' Buckinghamshire Advertiser   (20 Feb 1858) p.4; cols. 3 & 4


  
12. 'Rickmansworth: the inquest' [Letter to the editor] Buckinghamshire Advertiser  (23 Feb 1858) p.4; col.6


  
13. 'The inquest at Rickmansworth' [Letter to the editor] Buckinghamshire Advertiser  (20 Mar 1858) p.3; col.2


  
14. 'The late inquest at Rickmansworth' [Letter to the editor] Buckinghamshire Advertiser (27 Mar 1858) p.3; col.4


  
15. Letter from William Singleton to John Buxton, 20 Feb 1858. Balliol College, Oxford: Urquhart Bequest Box 9: I.17


  
16. 'Extraordinary treatment of a child' Bradford Observer (25 Feb 1858) p.3; col.2



  
17. 'The Turkish bath: was its use the occasion of the death of Mr Urquhart's child?' [Letter to the editor] Bradford Advertiser (10 Apr 1858) p.4 (This was one of five appended.)


  
18. 'Death of the son of Mr D Urquhart' Buckinghamshire Advertiser (8 May 1858) pp.7-7



  
19. 'The amendment of the law of libel...' [Editorial] Bucks Herald (8 May 1858) p.4; cols 5 & 6


  
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