"Although Urquhart and his supporters argued that Turkish baths were most needed in areas of poverty, they tended to be established…in the better off areas."

  
1.  Life and labour of the people in London… / Charles Booth. — 2nd edition. — London : Macmillan, 1902-1903. — 17 vols


  
2. Karl Marx Frederick Engels collected works. — London : Lawrence & Wishart, 1975- . — Vol.40; p.61


  
3. Charles Booth's Descriptive map of London poverty, 1889. — London : London Topographical Society, 1984. — (Publications; no.130)


  
4. 'William Bishop and the Putney Baths' / Peter Thomas Wandsworth Historian (no.47; 1986)


  
5. Minutes of the London & Provincial Turkish Bath Co Ltd (15 Apr 1862)



  
6. Gloucester Corporation. Minutes of the Baths Committee (13 May 1898)



  
7. Gloucester Corporation. Minutes of the Baths Committee (17 Jun 1898)



  
8. Gloucester Corporation. Minutes of the Baths Committee (17 Aug 1891)



  
9. Minutes of the London & Provincial Turkish Bath Co Ltd (22 Nov 1886)



  
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