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The Lloyds of Birmingham, With Some Account of the Founding of Lloyd's Bank
This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1907. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... APPENDIX III OPENING OF THE BIRMINGHAM EXCHANGE IN 1865 Mr. S. S. Lloyd was one of the speakers at the opening of the Exchange Buildings in Stephenson...
This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1907. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... APPENDIX III OPENING OF THE BIRMINGHAM EXCHANGE IN 1865 Mr. S. S. Lloyd was one of the speakers at the opening of the Exchange Buildings in Stephenson Place, Birmingham, on New Year's Day 1865. The construction of the Exchange was greatly needed, and it has proved an immense convenience to the mercantile community of Birmingham and South Staffordshire. After prayer had been offered by the Rector of St. Martin's (the Rev. J. C. Miller, D.D.), giving especial thanks for the many blessings the Almighty had permitted us to enjoy in this land, and after speeches by the Mayor, Alderman Thomas Lloyd, and others, John Bright (then M.P. for Birmingham in conjunction with Mr. Scholefield) having spoken, Mr. S. S. Lloyd followed by proposing the Members for the Northern Division of the County (Messrs. Newdegate and Bromley-Davenport).1 These gentlemen, he said, were too well known--the senior member at least--to need any words of commendation from him. They represented a peculiar constituency of mixed interests--of agriculture and manufacture. They represent a community in which widely different views are held on political subjects; and it was all the more interesting a constituency, he should think, for Members of Parliament to represent on that account. They had been told by their respected and most able junior borough member (Mr. Bright) that industrial success waxed and monarchs' power waned. Now he trusted he would be permitted to say that the commerce of this country, and the industrial interests of this town, which had waxed almost more than history gave any example 1 I am indebted to Mr. Wm. Wright of Moseley for the report of this speech, which was given in the Birmingham Daily Post of January 2, 1865. of, were a very good example of commercial interests waxing wh...
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