4. Turkish baths in the Victorian asylum

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BAKER, R
  'Notes of ten years experience in the use of the Turkish bath in the treatment of mental ill-health' / R Baker Journal of Mental Science (1889) pp.184-9
   Read at the quarterly meeting of the Medico-Psychological Association of Great Britain and Ireland, York, Mar 1889. Baker was Medical Superintendent at The Retreat.
DIGBY, Anne
Madness, morality and medicine: a study of the York Retreat, 1796-1914 / Anne Digby. — London : CUP, 1985. — pp.134-5
'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
HUNTER, Richard
Psychiatry for the poor: 1851 Colney Hatch Asylum—Friern Hospital 1973: a medical and social history / Richard Hunter and Ida Macalpine. — London : Dawsons, 1974.
LONDON. COUNTY LUNATIC ASYLUM, COLNEY HATCH
 Annual reports (1864-75)
'Lunacy and mental deficiency' British Medical Journal (26 Sep 1925)
pp.571-2
'Opening of the Roman bath at Colney Hatch (Middlesex Asylum)' Journal of
Mental Science (vol.11; 1865-6) pp.610-614
ROBERTSON, C Lockhart
'Review of Erasmus Wilson's The Eastern or Turkish bath' / C Lockhart Robertson Journal of Mental Science (1861)
'Turkish bath for the insane' The Lancet (18 May 1862) pp.490-91
'Turkish bath in insanity' The Lancet (10 May 1862)
'Turkish baths' British Medical Journal (11 May 1861) p.503
 
 

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