First set of accounts at Golden Square

Accounts for Golden Square, 1860
< Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine. Correspondence and papers of David Urquhart and Harriet Angelina Urquhart (Western mss 6336-6340)

A page of accounts compiled for David Urquhart's information by Foreign Affairs Committee member Roger Evans relating to his third Turkish bath in London.

'The Bath in Golden Square from time of opening to Christmas 1860 (16 weeks)
From Sept 11th'

The excess of income over expenditure for the 16 weeks was 457-3-2,

* out of which to be paid rent at 129 per an. and gas.

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