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Arscott, David: Brighton in the News. Swindon: Sutton Publishing for WHSmith, 2002
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Kelly's Directory 1867.
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The Municipal Yearbook. 1903.
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Dictionary of National Biography.
The plans of many churches may be seen at www.churchplansonline.com
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