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Under the circumstances, with my wife and babies and a couple of lodgers suffering from the too great spaciousness of one room, taking a bath in a tin wash-basin would be an unfeasible undertaking.
“Before I came, I scried your beloved Maudrayne taking a bath and drinking a scandalous amount of brandy.
‘Why was Quentin Nightingale taking a bath at five in the morning?
One nobleman lost his command for taking a bath in camp, another was publicly whipped for drinking a cup of water before he had been dismissed.