6 edition of The Quaker Lloyds in the Industrial Revolution 1660-1860 found in the catalog.
April 10, 2006
Written in English
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English Quakers and the first industrial revolution a study of the Quaker community in four industrial counties, Lancashire, York, Warwick, and Gloucester, by David H. Pratt. Published by Garland in New York. Written in EnglishCited by: 2. They pioneered the mass production of iron, and there were mining and metal production concerns, all central to the early Industrial Revolution. Alongside older occupations such as wool and cloth production, farming, craft and shop keeping, they made domestic china, cast iron utensils, engine and railway components, medicines, chocolate, and much else.
THE QUAKER LLOYDS IN THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION. By Humphrey Lloyd. Hutchinson (). pp. £ This book tells the fascinating story of the rise of the Lloyd family from relatively obscure but gentile origins to the great banking house of the nineteenth century. New Quaker Novel Blends History and Science Fiction An interview with David Morse, author of The Iron Bridge by Chuck Fager. The Iron Bridge, David Morse's new novel, is the story of the building of the world's first iron bridge, one of the key events setting off the Industrial Age.. Set in Shropshire, England in , The Iron Bridge will be published by Harcourt Brace & Co. in July.
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Oil on canvas, 29 15/16×25 (76×). Dolobran Quaker Meeting House. A tiny isolated chapel with a two-bay cottage under the same roof, but very close to the Glyndŵr's Way long distance footpath. Built for Charles Lloyd of Dolobran. The building which is an early example of brick Country: Wales.
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Defined by a strong social commitment and enduring pacifist ethic British Quakersassumed an importance in society out of all proportion to their minuscule numbers. John Taylor, established Taylors and Lloyds – later Lloyds Bank – in Birmingham in Joseph Pease (–) came from a prominent Quaker family in the north east of England with interests in railways, mining and manufacturing as well as banking.
He was the first Quaker able to take his seat in Parliament. The exclusion of theFile Size: KB. Wool & cloth Yeoman Quaker farmers in the Northwest (Fox country), already in the sheep economy, forced into the wool trade by distrainment Gurneys in wool for a century.
Lending to worsted spinners led to the Norwich Bank, largest bank in England after the Bank of England. The First Industrial Revolution in 18 th Century England came after a century of political, religious and social turmoil.
The Civil War of the s had culminated in the execution of Charles I and the establishment of a parliament that was no .Lloyd, Humphrey, [ Book, Microform: ] At 3 libraries.
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Trained to business by his father, Henry Christy became a partner in the house of Christy & Co. in Gracechurch Street, and succeeded his father as a director of Born: 26 JulyKingston upon Thames.