"Hitherto Turkish baths have been cried up in Ireland as something miraculous; now, the chance is, public opinion will run into the opposite extreme, and pronounce them a kill-all."

  
1. Old Limerick. Limerick Treaty Pr, 1967 (1859, 1872)



  
2. Robert H Laing's Cork Mercantile Directory (1867)



  
3. Slater's Directory of Ireland (1870)



  
4. Bassett's Directory [of Limerick] (1875, 1877, 1880, 1884)



  
5. Limerick City Directory (1879)



  
6. 'Death in a Turkish bath at Limerick' / Thomas Westropp The Lancet (11 May 1861)
pp.771-2


  
7. 'Sudden death' Limerick Chronicle (1 May 1861) p.3, col 4



  
8. 'Death after using a Turkish bath' British Medical Journal  (18 May 1961) p.537



  
9. Sanitas sanitatum et omnia sanitas. Vol.1 / Richard Metcalfe. London : Co-operative Printing Co, 1877. p.288


  
10. 'A death in the Turkish bath' The Field (18 May 1861) p.417



  
11. A word to the public on the Turkish bath / William Alfred Johnson 1861



  
12. A Voice from the thermae / T Rayner. 2nd ed. Dublin : Joshua Porter, 1861.
pp.14-16


  
13. An extremely full account of the inquest was published in, for example: Limerick Chronicle (4 May 1861) p.1; cols 6 & 7, and p.2; col.1


  
14. The Eastern, or Turkish bath: its history, revival in Britain and application to the purpose of health / Erasmus Wilson. London : John Churchill, 1861


  
15. 'Delgany Turkish Bath' [advertisement] Irish Times (9 May 1864) p.1



  
16. 'Limerick Turkish Baths' Limerick Chronicle (5 Sep 1872)



  
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