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1827  The London University  From: Metropolitan Improvements; Or, London in the Nineteenth Century by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd Publisher: Jones and Company, sold by Simpkin and Marshall. (PD-old-100)  suzilove.com

1827 The London University From: Metropolitan Improvements; Or, London in the Nineteenth Century by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd Publisher: Jones and Company, sold by Simpkin and Marshall. (PD-old-100) suzilove.com

http://www.antiquemapsandprints.com/SCANSF/F-1075.JPG  Leicestershire_Belvoir Castle_1836

http://www.antiquemapsandprints.com/SCANSF/F-1075.JPG Leicestershire_Belvoir Castle_1836

"London: Langham Place" Old Antique Print. #ebay #prints   I love what this seller offers! I have a few prints from her.

"London: Langham Place" Old Antique Print. #ebay #prints I love what this seller offers! I have a few prints from her.

Bethlehem Royal Hospital, London, 1860. Photograph: Science & Society Picture Library/Getty Images

Inconvenient People by Sarah Wise - review

Bethlehem Royal Hospital, London, 1860. Photograph: Science & Society Picture Library/Getty Images

SHROPSHIRE 1830: MORTON CASTLE. Original Antique Print. Old Shrops View. Salop. | eBay

SHROPSHIRE 1830: MORTON CASTLE. Original Antique Print. Old Shrops View. Salop. | eBay

1800 ca. Tottenham Court Road Turnpike, London, UK.  From an Engraving after Rowlandson.  wellcomeimages.org   (PD-Art)

1800 ca. Tottenham Court Road Turnpike, London, UK. From an Engraving after Rowlandson. wellcomeimages.org (PD-Art)

Continuous baths were one form of hydrotherapy used in mental hospitals beginning in the early 1900s. Patients would spend from a few hours to a few days surrounded by flowing water. This treatment was used to induce relaxation in excited or agitated patients, as well as to relieve pressures from bed sores and other physical ailments.

Continuous baths were one form of hydrotherapy used in mental hospitals beginning in the early 1900s. Patients would spend from a few hours to a few days surrounded by flowing water. This treatment was used to induce relaxation in excited or agitated patients, as well as to relieve pressures from bed sores and other physical ailments.

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