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The Victoria Baths are situated near to the Victoria Room, formerly the principal promenade room. These baths are built in the ground, or below the level, se as not to interrupt the light into, or the view out of, the windows of the Old Promenade Room. The baths belong to a company. They were built in 1832, and are provided with every comfort. Two flights of steps lead to the baths-the one on the right for gentlemen, the one on the left for ladies. 

The terms are about the same as at the Montpellier Baths. Parties using these baths are supplied with mild sulphur water from a fountain within the building without extra charge.


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