"N.B.—At the People's Bath…a Turkish Bath may be had gratis,
or for a nominal charge. Advice given, and cold-water bandages
and various hydropathic appliances may be purchased."

  
1. The Turkish bath: being a lecture delivered in the Mechanics Institute, Bradford, on 8 July 1858 / Richard Barter. — Bradford : Jowett, 1858. — p.17


  
2. Cork mercantile directory. — Cork : Robert H Laing, 1863. — pp.72-3



  
3. Sanitas sanitatum et omnia sanitas. Vol.1 / Richard Metcalfe. — London : Co-operative Printing Co, 1877. — p.164


  
4. Recollections of the late Dr Barter / by the author of Simple questions and sanitary facts… — Dublin : McGee, 1875


  
5. 'Turkish baths for the poor' Cork Examiner (4 Feb 1863)



  
6. Chat upon health: Pat Dennehy visits Mrs Magrath, by the author of Illness: its cause and cure, etc. — London : T Burns, 1875. — p.4


  
7. Chat upon health: Pat Dennehy visits Mrs Magrath, by the author of Illness: its cause and cure, etc. — London : T Burns, 1875. — pp.8-9


  
8. Chat upon health: Pat Dennehy visits Mrs Magrath, by the author of Illness: its cause and cure, etc. — London : T Burns, 1875. — p.16


  
9. Sanitas sanitatum et omnia sanitas. Vol.1 / Richard Metcalfe. — London : Co-operative Printing Co, 1877


  
10. 'Public bathing: the hot-air bath' Dublin University Magazine (Aug 1873) pp.224-240



  
11. The Hot-air bath: its action and uses in health and disease / Dunlop Durham. — London : Allen, 1873. — Reprinted, with additions, from August 1873 issue of Dublin University Magazine

  
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