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  Edward Lloyd, The Govenor
EDWARD LLOYD (V) On the 22nd of July 1779, admidst the "storm and stress" of the revolutionary period was born Edward Lloyd, the fifth of his name, the future Governor of the yet infant State of Maryland, and the future senator of the yet embryonic Nation.
Edward Lloyd, to whom an ochlocracy in government was as dangerous as plebeianism was repugnant in society.
Edward Lloyd was at a special session of the Legislature, on the 5th of June, 1809 elected to fill out his unexpired term, with an expressed or implied promise that he would have the support of his party at the succeeding regular election.
www.talb.lib.md.us /mdroom/worthies/lloyd/govenor.html   (8772 words)

  
 Edward Lloyd (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Major General Edward Lloyd (Colonial Governor of Maryland), Governor of the Maryland Colony from 1709 to 1714.
Edward Lloyd (delegate) (1744-1796), Maryland delegate to the Continental Congress
Edward Lloyd (Governor of Maryland) (July 22, 1779–June 2, 1834) served as governor of Maryland in the United States from 1809 to 1811.
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 Lloyd's Register information sheet: Edward Lloyd and his coffee house   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Lloyd was asked to publish a correction in the next issue, but his reply was that the printer had added the statement and he would print no more at present.
Edward Lloyd rested in the church of St. Mary Woolnoth until 1892, when the remains of all those buried in the vaults were removed to the City of London Cemetery at Ilford, to be placed under one common monument.
The manner in which Edward Lloyd arranged the future of his beloved coffee house leaves little doubt that he was concerned not only with its having an efficient master in William Newton, but also that a member of the Lloyd family should still be in the business.
www.lr.org /services_overview/shipping_information/is016edward_lloyd.htm   (1971 words)

  
 Edward Lloyd, The Puritan
Lloyd did not accompany them, he approved of their course, for we find that after Fendall was displaced and the Upper House restored, he was one of those whom Gov. Philip Calvert, who had been secretary, called to be one of the new Council.
Lloyd's life was not spent in the indulgence of religious sentiment, nor in the defence or propagation of political theories.
Lloyd, were to act as Commissioners and Justices of the Peace of the county-that is to say as judges of the county court.
www.talb.lib.md.us /mdroom/worthies/lloyd/puritan.html   (4002 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Lloyd's, Business & Occupation, (Businesses And Occupations) - Encyclopedia
It was originally concerned with the underwriting of marine insurance, and Lloyd's Register of Shipping, established by Lloyd's, remains an annual publication containing detailed information, such as age, tonnage, class, and construction, of the vessels of all nations, together with supplementary data about docks, harbors, and port facilities.
During the late 1980s and early 90s Lloyd's suffered financial losses approaching $10 billion as a result of claims ranging from damage from natural disasters (hurricanes and earthquakes) to awards in environmental (pollution and asbestos) lawsuits.
Lloyd's also found itself faced with class-action lawsuits against its managing agents, who were charged with having failed to adequately advise their clients of the potential risks involved.
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 TIME Europe | Special Report - A Brief History | 2/21/2000
Pens, ink, and paper were free, as was news, provided by Lloyd's runners who scurried back and forth between the coffeehouse and the docks, gathering the latest information on the comings and goings of ships and their cargoes.
Though Edward Lloyd was long dead, his name stuck, as did the tradition of doing business from wooden benches clustered in rectangular "boxes" around a large room.
Lloyd's came of age insuring ships during a succession of wars culminating in the defeat of Napoleon at Waterloo in 1815.
www.time.com /time/europe/lloydsfile/lloydsa.html   (893 words)

  
 Lloyds of London
Lloyd's began in Edward Lloyd's Thames-side coffee house in Tower Street in the City of London.
Lloyd himself was not involved in insurance but provided premises, reliable shipping news and a variety of services to enable his clientele of ships' captains, merchants and rich men to carry on their business of insuring ships and their cargoes.
Lloyd died in 1713 but the coffee house continued to prosper as a center for marine insurance.
www.insuranceconsultingcompany.com /lloyds.htm   (368 words)

  
 EDWARD LLOYD - LoveToKnow Article on EDWARD LLOYD
(1845- "), English tenor vocalist, was born in London on the 7th of March 1845, his father, Richard Lloyd, being vicar choralist at Westminster Abbey.
From 1852 to 1860 he sang in the abbey choir, and was thoroughly trained in music, eventually becoming solo tenor at the Chapel Royal.
In 1888, 1890 and 1892 he paid successful visits to the United States; but by degrees he appeared less frequently in public, and in 1900 he formally retired from the platform.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /L/LL/LLOYD_EDWARD.htm   (187 words)

  
 World's biggest insurer takes on all risks
But Lloyd's, who insured the World Trade Center, lost nearly $3 billion in the attack, and have had to look again at the possibilities.
It's traditional at Lloyd's to sound the bell of the sunken vessel Tontine before important news is announced -- one chime for disaster, two for good news.
It resonated often for major setbacks in the 1980s as Lloyd's lost $12 billion to hurricanes, earthquakes and claims for asbestos-related deaths.
www.bankrate.com /brm/news/insurance/old-lloyds1.asp   (1017 words)

  
 Edward Lloyd, Ty Brics, the last stocking-knitter in the town of Bala, c.1880 :: Gathering the Jewels
Edward Lloyd, Ty Brics, the last stocking-knitter in the town of Bala, c.1880 :: Gathering the Jewels
Edward Lloyd, Ty Brics, the last stocking-knitter in the town of Bala, c.1880
This photograph was taken during the 1880s and shows Edward Lloyd, Ty Brics, who was said to be the last stocking-knitter in the town of Bala.
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 The Winchester Star   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Lloyd was born Aug. 15, 1917, in Clarke County, the daughter of Henry Walter and Lillian O. Smallwood Lloyd.
Surviving is a sister, Ruby C. Lloyd of Charles Town; and a brother, William B. “Bill” Lloyd of Charles Town.
Surviving with his parents, of Middletown, are a son, Edward M. Young II of Winchester; two sisters, Frances Crider of Winchester and Patsy Carter of Middletown; a brother, Jimmy Young of Berryville; and two grandchildren.
www.winchesterstar.com /TheWinchesterStar/030724/Obituaries.asp   (299 words)

  
 The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Lloyd
Lloyd, Doris — of Camden, Camden County, N.J. Democrat.
Son of Edward Lloyd (1744-1796); grandfather of Henry Lloyd.
Mort Lloyd; Marilyn Lloyd Bouquard — of Chattanooga,
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 Lloyd's of London
In 1771 a group of Lloyd's customers formed their own association of underwriters and took rooms at the Royal Exchange.
Lloyd's remained at the building for the next 150 years.
In 1871 Lloyd's was incorporated by Parliament for the "promotion of marine insurance and the diffusion of shipping intelligence".
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /LONlloyds.htm   (214 words)

  
 (Edward LLOYD - Frisby LLOYD )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Edward LLOYD (V) (22 JUL 1779 - 2 JUN 1834)
Edward LLOYD (VI) (27 DEC 1798 - 11 AUG 1861)
Francis Marion LLOYD (M.D.) (ABT 1832 - 27 APR 1885)
www.chronography.com /blades/scrpat/index/ind0079.html   (173 words)

  
 EH.Net Encyclopedia: Fire Insurance in the United States
Edward Lloyd's Coffee-house, the predecessor of Lloyd's of London, came to dominate the individual underwriting business by the middle of the eighteenth century.
Similar insurance offices where local merchants could underwrite individual voyages began to appear in a number of American port cities in the 1720s.
American shippers also could acquire insurance through the agents of Lloyds and other British insurers, but often had to wait months for payments of losses.
eh.net /encyclopedia/?article=Baranoff.Fire.final   (3506 words)

  
 Edward Lloyd
In April 1852, Lloyd appointed the talented journalist, Douglas Jerrold as editor.
Lloyd also established a large paper manufacturing business in Sittingbourne in Kent.
In 1876 Lloyd purchased the Daily Chronicle for £30,000 and turned it into London's first daily newspaper.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /Jlloyd.htm   (163 words)

  
 Edward Lloyd
LLOYD, Edward, statesman, born in Maryland in 1799; died in Annapolis, Maryland, 2 June.
He was elected to congress from Maryland in place of Joseph H. Nicholson, resigned, and served from 3 December, 1806, till 3 March, 1809.
Lloyd became ex-officio governor of the state, and in January, 1886, he was chosen by the legislature to fill the unexpired term, ending in 1888.
www.famousamericans.net /edwardlloyd   (385 words)

  
 EDWARD LLOYD'S COFFE SHOP TOWER BRIDGE STREET LONDON : MARINE INSURANCE, INSURE YOUR YACHT SAILING BOAT SHIP CRUISE ...
Lloyds began in Edward Lloyd's coffee house in Tower Street in the City of London, beside the river Thames.
The exact date it became established is not known, however there is evidence to suggest that Lloyd's coffee house was well known in business circles in London by 1688.
Lloyd provided the premises but was not himself involved in insurance.
www.solarnavigator.net /lloyds_of_london.htm   (525 words)

  
 A History of Wales, Vol. 1 - John Edward Lloyd, M.A. - Microsoft Reader eBook
While painstakingly factual, Lloyd’s History does not diminish in anyway the dark brooding texture of the culture that comes from its mist-enshrouded myths and legends.
As a consequence, this work is well able to inform the intellect of the historian on a search for verifiable truth and fact, and still stimulate the imagination of those whose research will culminate in more speculative results such as Ellis Peters’ Cadfael mystery novels.
The in-depth researcher will appreciate the detailed footnotes and annotated bibliographic citations Lloyd provides throughout both volumes of this history, as well as the objective reporting of the history, without flavoring it in favor of any particular interpretation or theory.
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 Edward Lloyd (gobernador de Maryland)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Coronel Edward Lloyd (de julio el 22, 1779-June 2, 1834) sirvió como gobernador del estado de ESTADOS UNIDOS de Maryland a partir de 1809 a 1811.
Edward Lloyd (v) el gobernador 1779-1834, "del Worthies de Talbot," biblioteca libre del condado de Talbot, Md.
English version: Edward Lloyd (Governor of Maryland) Next: Deporte que lucha Up
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 Edward Lloyd (dueño del coffeehouse)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
1713) funcionó el coffeehouse del Lloyd en Londres que se convirtió en un lugar de reunión para los navieros.
Lloyd frezado coffeehouse de Lloyd de Londres, del registro de Lloyd, y de la lista de Lloyd.
English version: Edward Lloyd (coffeehouse owner) Next: Alexander Milne Up
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 Brief Biographies of Jackson Era Characters (C)
Co-owner, with Reuben Coffin, of the "Big Shop", which was used for the large anti-slavery meeting at which Frederick Douglass came to the attention of William Lloyd Garrison.
Co-owner, with George Coffin, of the "Big Shop", which was used for the large anti-slavery meeting at which Frederick Douglass came to the attention of William Lloyd Garrison.
In 1815-20, he again went to Europe, this time with Edward Everett and George Ticknor, to study, and observe European education, especially at Gottingen; afterwards, he carried on a long correspondence with Goethe.
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 Moviefone: Movie Celebrities - Edward Lloyd: MAIN
Edward Lloyd was born at Thornton Heath, Surrey on 16th February, 1815.
A history of the coffee house, birthplace of Lloyd's Register.
Major General Edward Lloyd (Colonial Governor of Maryland), Governor of the...
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 Powell's Books - Radiant Cool: A Novel Theory of Consciousness by Dan Edward Lloyd
Ultimately Miranda teams up with the author's fictional alter ego, Dan Lloyd, and together they build on the phenomenological theories of philosopher Edmund Husserl (1859-1938) to construct testable hypotheses about the implementation of consciousness in the brain.
(The dramatic ending cannot be revealed here.) Outside the fictional world of the novel, Dan Lloyd (the author) appends a lengthy afterword, explaining the proposed theory of consciousness in more scholarly form.Radiant Cool is a real metaphysical thriller--based in current philosophyof mind--and a genuine scientific detective story--revealing a new interpretation of functional brain imaging.
With its ingenious plot and its novel theory, Radiant Cool will be enjoyed in the classroom and the study for its entertaining presentation of phenomenology, neural networks, and brain imaging; but, most importantly, it will find its place as a groundbreaking theory of consciousness.
www.powells.com /cgi-bin/biblio?inkey=17-0262122596-2   (274 words)

  
 I8528: Edward Lloyd ETHINGTON (3 JUL 1943 - )
"I had not heard from Edward Lloyd or his wife Mary Ethington since your 1993 letter.
We also had a great visit, she is easy to talk to...althought I have never met or seen her, I feel close to her, we have a good relationship.
Edward Lloyd Ethington (Virgil's son, and Mary's husband) has bought his own truck and hauls corn flour product for the company in Orchard Nebraska, called Cheese I-Mac, where she works also, every day.
www.ethington.org /ethingno/d0000/g0000193.html   (314 words)

  
 Edward Lloyd Ford
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FORD, Edward Lloyd, publisher, born in Oswestry, Shropshire, England, 10 March 1845; died in Morristown, New Jersey, 16 December 1880.
He came to New York in early youth, and studied for a few years under Professor J. Patton.
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 Edward Lloyd, Tŷ Brics, saneuwr olaf tref y Bala, tua'r flwyddyn 1880 :: Casglu'r Tlysau
Edward Lloyd, Tŷ Brics, saneuwr olaf tref y Bala, tua'r flwyddyn 1880 :: Casglu'r Tlysau
Edward Lloyd, Tŷ Brics, saneuwr olaf tref y Bala, tua'r flwyddyn 1880
Cafodd y ffotograff hwn o Edward Lloyd, Tŷ Brics, saneuwr olaf tref y Bala, ei dynnu yn ystod yr 1880au.
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 Edward J. Lloyd
Capuano, B.; Crosby, I. T.; Lloyd, E. J; Podloucka, A.; Taylor, D. A.  Synthesis and Preliminary Pharmacological Evaluation of Novel Antipsychotics for the Treatment of Schizophrenia.  Drugs Fut.
Capuano, B.; Crosby, I. T.; Lloyd, E. J; Podloucka, A.; Taylor, D. Synthesis and Preliminary Pharmacological Evaluation of Novel Antipsychotics for the Treatment of Schizophrenia.
Tehan, B.G., Lloyd, E.J. Wong, M.G., Pitt, W.R., Gancia, E., Montana, J.G., Manallack, D.T. Estimation of pK
www.vcp.monash.edu.au /departments/medchem/staff/ejlloyd.html   (216 words)

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