'…"rising like some Moorish Temple, resplendent with crimson and gilt, encaustic and terracotta" in total contrast to the very English-looking "gables and bow-windows" surrounding it.'

  
1. Folthorp's directory of Brighton and Hove



  
2. Life in Brighton from the earliest times to the present / Clifford Musgrave. — rev.ed. — Chatham : John Hallewell, 1981. — p.205



  
3. PRO: BT31 344 / 3588



  
4. Perspiration by the Turkish bath as removing disease, with a preface and appendix / Charles Bryce, — 2nd ed. — Brighton : Treacher, 1869.
Includes 2nd ed of The therapeutic application of the Turkish bath (a lecture given in 1864)


  
5. 'Turkish baths in Brighton'      Building news      (13 Dec 1867)



  
6. Bathing: how to do it, when to do it, and where to do it / Edgar Sheppard. — 3rd ed. — London : Hardwicke, 1869


  
7. 'Opening of Turkish baths in Brighton'      Builder      (24 Oct 1868)      p.786


  
8. 'Opening of the Turkish baths, West Street' Brighton      Guardian      (14 Oct 1868) p.3



  
9. Handbook to Brighton / Thomas Page. — 1871      Quoted in: Life in Brighton from the earliest times to the present / Clifford Musgrave. — rev.ed. — Chatham : John Hallewell, 1981. — p.205


  
10. The Bath and the beach, or all about bathing with instructions how to swim and how to save from drowning / 'Piscator'. — London : Samson Low, 1871
     Advertisement pages 


  
11. View book and guide to Brighton. — Bright & Son, c.1895. — p.64



  
12. Kelly's Post Office directory of Sussex



  
13.  David Fisher      (27 Jan 2004)



  
14. 'Brighton Turkish baths'      The Engineer      (23 Jul 1869)      pp.50-51, 54



  
15. ‘Laying the foundation stone of the Brighton “Turkish Bath”‘ Freemasons Magazine and Masonic Mirror (21 Mar 1868) pp.239–240



  
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