"[They] enjoy the luxurious sense of ease that a bath affords, and they are gratified at being for a couple of hours the sole recipients of the close personal attention of their bath attendant."

  
1. 'Notes of ten years' experience in the use of the Turkish bath in the treament of mental ill-health' / Robert Baker     Journal of mental science    (Jul 1889)    pp.184-9



  
2. Cash analysis book. Jan 1908-Mar 1920.     University of York. Borthwick Institute    RET 3/2/7/2



  
3. Papers on future expansion and the building of the new Gentlemen's Lodge. July 1874.   University of York. Borthwick Institute    RET 2/2/7/1



  
4. Medico-Psychological Association. The Council, 1866-7.     http://bjp.rcpsych.org/cgi/issue_pdf/backmatter_pdf/12/59.pdf    Accessed 10 May 2011



  
5. 'Turkish baths'     British medical journal     (11 May 1861)     p.503



  
6. 'The Turkish bath for the insane'     The Lancet     (18 May 1861)     pp.490-91



  
7. Quantitative and qualitative perspectives on the asylum / Anne Digby In: Problems and methods in the history of medicine / edited by Roy Porter and Andrew Weir. Beckenham : Croom Helm, 1987. p.154



  
8. Committee of Management Minutes. 13 May 1873-19 Mar 1889. Minutes 15 Dec 1874.    University of York. Borthwick Institute    RET 1/1/4/4



  
9. Committee of Management Minutes. 13 May 1873-19 Mar 1889. Minutes 16 Feb 1875.    University of York. Borthwick Institute    RET 1/1/4/4



  
10. Committee of Management Minutes. 13 May 1873-19 Mar 1889. Minutes 25 Mar 1875.    University of York. Borthwick Institute    RET 1/1/4/4



  
11. 'Review of Erasmus Wilson's The Eastern or Turkish bath' / C Lockhart Robertson. Journal of mental science     (1861)     p.210



  
12. 'Opening of the Roman Bath at Colney Hatch (Middlesex Asylum)'     British journal of mental science     (Jan 1866)     p.612



  
13. The Retreat York: proposed lodge buildings [Plan].   University of York. Borthwick Institute    RET 2/1/13/7



  
14. 'Notes of ten years' experience in the use of the Turkish bath in the treament of mental ill-health' / Robert Baker     Journal of mental science    (Jul 1889)    p.184 plate



  
15. 'Lunacy and mental deficiency'.     British medical journal     (26 Sep 1925)     pp.571-2



  
16. Madness, morality and medicine: a study of the York Retreat, 1796-1914 / Anne Digby. London : CUP, 1985. pp.134-5



  
17. 'Notes of ten years' experience in the use of the Turkish bath in the treament of mental ill-health' / Robert Baker    Journal of mental science    (Jul 1889)   p.185



  
18. Draft note on the opening times and charges for the new baths attached to the Retreat. [Undated c.1876]    University of York. Borthwick Institute    RET 5/7/7/2



  
19. 'The Turkish baths question in York: letter to the editor'     York herald     (17 Sep 1877) p.7



  
20. 'Notes of ten years' experience in the use of the Turkish bath in the treament of mental ill-health' / Robert Baker    Journal of mental science    (Jul 1889)   p.185



  
21. 'Notes of ten years' experience in the use of the Turkish bath in the treament of mental ill-health' / Robert Baker    Journal of mental science    (Jul 1889)   p.186



  
22. 'Notes of ten years' experience in the use of the Turkish bath in the treament of mental ill-health' / Robert Baker    Journal of mental science    (Jul 1889)   p.187



  
23. 'Notes of ten years' experience in the use of the Turkish bath in the treament of mental ill-health' / Robert Baker    Journal of mental science    (Jul 1889)   pp.187-8



  
24. 'Notes of ten years' experience in the use of the Turkish bath in the treament of mental ill-health' / Robert Baker    Journal of mental science    (Jul 1889)   p.188



  
25. 'Notes of ten years' experience in the use of the Turkish bath in the treament of mental ill-health' / Robert Baker    Journal of mental science    (Jul 1889)   p.189



  
26. This began in 1841 as the Association of Medical Officers of Asylums and Hospitals for the Insane, eventually becoming the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 1971.



  
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