"Ireland was one of the few places in Europe, or around the Mediterranean, where the Romans never actually built a bath, and where, consequently, there were no Roman ruins to copy."

  
1. 'Paradoxes of patrimonialization' / Rudi Laermans Open 7: (No) memory Rotterdam : NAi Uitgevers)


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


  
3. Quoted in: 'The Turkish Bath Movement' Free Press (18 Oct 1856) p.75



  
4. The Turkish bath, with a view to its introduction in the British Dominions / David Urquhart; edited by Richard Barter (Bryce, 1856)


  
5. Anglo-Turkish bath or, the modern application of the ancient Roman Therma as a hygienic prophylactic, a therapeutic agent with practical suggestions how and when it should be employed / York James Moore. — London : Simpkin Marshall, 1861

  
6. Improvements in heating and ventilating buildings, and in apparatus connected therewith / Richard Barter. — London : E & S, 1859. — (Letters Patent: 1859, 22th January; no.208)

  
7. Quoted in: The New Irish bath versus the old Turkish, or, pure air versus vapour: being an answer to the mis-statements of Drs Madden and Corrigan; ‘Photophilus’ (ed) (Dublin: McGee, 1860) p.8

  
8. The New Irish bath versus the old Turkish, or, pure air versus vapour: being an answer to the errors and mis-statements of Drs Madden and Corrigan / edited by Photophilus. — Dublin : William McGee, 1860

  
9. 'Letter to the Editor' / Dr Thomas Garlike. — The Lancet (2 Mar 1861)



  
10. 'Letter to the Editor' / Dr Henry W Kiallmark. — The Lancet (19 Jan 1861)


  
11. 'Liverpool Architectural Society: lecture on Turkish baths' / W H Hay Builder (16 Feb 1861) p.106


  
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