"Then 'e got a sort of loofah scrubbing brush, 
soaped it well wi some pine soap (it did smell grand),
     an'  'e scrubbed me dahn proper—it wor grand."

  
1. Harrogate: a history of the English Spa from earliest times to the present / Malcolm Neesam. — Stroud : Tempus, 2001. — p.38



  
2. Harrogate: a history of the English Spa from earliest times to the present / Malcolm Neesam. — Stroud : Tempus, 2001. — pp.50-51


  
3. Pike's illustrated account of Harrogate: its baths, activities and entertainments. — Brighton : Pike, 1896. — p.22


  
4. Thorpe's illustrated guide to Harrogate and district. — 3rd edition. — Harrogate : Ackrill, 1896. — p.154


  
5. Pike's illustrated account of Harrogate: its baths, activities and entertainments. — Brighton : Pike, 1896. — p.23


  
6. Thorpe's new guide to Harrogate and district / W H Breare. — Harrogate : Ackrill, 1908. — p.41


  
7. Pike's illustrated account of Harrogate: its baths, activities and entertainments. — Brighton : Pike, 1896. — p.24


  
8. 'The Royal Baths at Harrogate' / Cyril Baggallay    Journal of balneology and climatology (July 1897)    pp.347-55


  
9. Handbook to Harrogate. — Harrogate : the Corporation, 190? — p.54



  
10. Handbook to Harrogate. — Harrogate : the Corporation, 190? — p.55



  
11. 'A Yorkshireman takes his first Turkish bath' / "Yorkshireman"    Harrogate Herald    (8 Mar 1933)


  
12. For a more detailed account of the end of the town as a spa, see: Harrogate: a history of the English Spa from earliest times to the present / Malcolm Neesam. — Stroud : Tempus, 2001. — Ch.7


  
13. Harrogate as it was; compiled by George Capel. — Nelson: Hendon Publ, 1972



  
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