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 boats.com - Feature: The Lloyds Standards   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Lloyd's (Lloyd's Register of Shipping) and ABS (American Bureau of Shipping) are two of the most prominent of the dozen classification societies in the world.
Lloyd's Register of Shipping is the oldest classification society in the world and, because it is usually referred to simply as Lloyd's, is often confused with Lloyd's of London or a variety of other financial institutions bearing the name Lloyd's.
For the yacht owner, it is a continuing assurance of compliance to standards and it serves as an independent check on his captain and crew, but it is not an inexpensive undertaking.
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 The History of Coffee - Mr Breakfast.com
Lloyd would circulate amongst his customers creating a list of what ships were carrying, their schedules, and their insurance needs.
Needless to say, tavern owners were not going to let their profits dwindle without a fight, and many of the most aggressive attacks against coffee came from them.
Coffeehouses in Britain in the 1990s were a break from convention.
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 Truth About Lloyds
Lloyd's investor and anti-Lloyd's activist Christopher Thomas-Everard said his briefcase was taken from the Royal Courts of Justice in London while he was there watching a case involving Lloyd's in July 1997.
Lloyd's lowered its standards for Names, accepting members of the English upper middle class, foreigners and women for the first time.
Lloyd's motion to dismiss the West case is granted.
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 Damian J.O. Klop: "The Power of Arabica" - Gaines Junction
There were a few coffeehouses that existed in the US, such as Boston's Green Dragon, which Daniel Webster called the “headquarters of the revolution”, and in New York, the King's Arms opened in 1696,68 followed by the Merchant's Coffeehouse in 1737, which was associated with the independence movement.
Coffeehouses continued to be associated with subversion in the 19th century; with preparations for the 1848 revolutions being organized in the coffeehouses of Berlin, Budapest and Venice.
French coffeehouses were used initially by the lower classes, but then a few elegant houses became popular and soon cafés helped to distinguished the elite from the social inferior, who bought their coffee in the marketplace.
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 Www Coffeehouse Com
The traditional tale of the beginnings of Viennese coffeehouses from the mysterious sacks of green beans left behind when the Turks failed in their Siege of Vienna in 1683, offered to the Viennese by a knowing Turkish-speaking Pole named Kolschitzky is often retold.
Coffeehouses first became popular in Europe upon the introduction of coffee in the 17th century.
Coffeehouses get their name from the fact that most Coffeehouses are held in an actual coffeehouse, either that or they serve coffee as one of the primary beverages.
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 About Coffeehouse
The handsome coffeehouse cat was, according to Bialik, delivered to Coffee Messiah by “a prophet named Joel before he took a spaceship back to God.” The sociable tabby, who made an unsuccessful run for mayor in 2001, happily introduces himself to patrons as they relax in armchairs recognizable from the set of The Munsters.
Merchant's coffeehouse opened in 1737 in the Wall Street area and was the site of many historic events, such as the reaction to the Stamp Act in 1765 and the mass meeting after the battles at Lexington and Concord.
Coffeehouses are called "pennyuniversities" (a penny is charged for admission and a cup of coffee).
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 CuisineNet Digest: A Restaurant Timeline
Lloyd's clientele includes so many merchant shipowners and maritime insurance agents, who meet there to do business, that it becomes increasingly identified as the place to conduct insurance transactions.
In 1771, ownership of the coffeehouse passes into the hands of the professional insurance underwriters and becomes, officially, Lloyd's of London.
'21' begins its life as a speakeasy, and the owners are never caught in a raid.
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 Coffeehouse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lloyd's of London had its origins in a coffeehouse run by Edward Lloyd, where underwriters of ship insurance met to do business.
By 1739 there were 551 coffeehouses in London, including meeting places for Tories and Whigs, people of fashion or the "cits" of the old city center, coffeehouses known as gathering-places for the wits or for stockjobbers, merchants and lawyers, booksellers and authors.
Coffeehouses have also proven popular additions to communities where alcoholic beverage sales are prohibited altogether, such as in dry counties.
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 Gourmet Coffee Beans » The original Lloyds of London was a coffee house   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The original Lloyds of London was a coffee house
Lloyd’s coffeehouse attracted ship owners, merchants and captains because he provided reliable shipping information.
Lloyd was not in the insurance business but was just a coffeehouse owner until he died in 1713.
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 The Trinidad Guardian -Online Edition Ver 2.0
Lloyd’s had an added attraction: it was the gathering-place for shipping merchants and sailors in Tower Street, near the Thames waterfront in London.
Here began the modern insurance system, as the owners would say how much their cargo and ship was worth and others would decide how much risk they would accept for the owner’s fee.
By 1739 there were 551 coffeehouses in London, including meeting places for Tories and Whigs, people of fashion and haberdashers, wits and clergymen, merchants and lawyers, booksellers and authors, stockjobbers and artists, doctors and undertakers—and politicians of every kind.
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 Lloyd :: L : Gourt
The name Lloyd is a variation of the Welsh word llwyd or clwyd, which means "grey" or "brown".
Lloyd Bentsen, a former United States Senator and Secretary of the Treasury
Lulu Hull Lloyd, namesake of Caltech's Lloyd House
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 integrityweb.com - History of Coffee: Part II - Spread of Coffee to Europe
Although, shortly afterwards Conopios was expelled from college, his influence had a lasting effect on Oxford, as it was in Oxford that the first English coffeehouse was opened in 1650 by Jacob, a Lebanese Jew.
Tillyard's coffeehouse became a meeting point for a group who were known as the Oxford Coffee Club.
Women upset that their man would spent more time at the coffeehouse then at home with them, soon started to protest.
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A coffeehouse, coffee shop, or cafe (also spelled as café from the French, Spanish, and Portuguese or caffè from the Italian) shares some of the characteristics of a bar, and some of the characteristics of a restaurant.
Storyteller (meddah) at a coffeehouse in TurkeyIn the 16th century there were coffee houses in Cairo and Istanbul, and in the 17th century coffeehouses opened for the first time in Europe.
The contemporary coffeehouse is just the latest example of a drinking establishment—bars, public houses, taverns and soda shops have also served this purpose—as the center for cultural exchange in a particular community, often fomenting social and political change.
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 Broker Dealer Magazine
Prior to that there was the odd inn or tavern, serving ale, mead or beer, which served a similar function to the modern coffeehouse; that of being a place of gathering and gossip, in addition to purveying of certain beverages.
In a coffeehouse, all are welcome; and the price of admission is only a cup of joe.
It became a major hangout for merchant ship owners and maritime insurance agents, who would arrive in the morning, order a wake-me-up, and spend the day conducting business from their seats in the coffeehouse.
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 Publishing: Newspaper publishing: ORIGINS AND EARLY EVIDENCES: The Roman Empire.
One family, the Fuggers, were owners of an important financial house in the German city of Augsburg; their regular newsletters were well-known even to outsiders.
Appearing briefly was Lloyd's News (1696), issuing from Edward Lloyd's coffeehouse, which had become a centre of marine insurance.
The subsequent Lloyd's List and Shipping Gazette (from 1734), with its combination of general and shipping news, exemplified both the importance of the City of London's financial activities to the newspapers and the importance of a reliable and regular financial press to business.
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 lloyd insurance   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
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 text of the novella "The Wreck of the Titan," or "Futility" by Morgan Robertson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
In the technical language of the "City," the apartment is known as the "Room," and the functionary, as the "Caller," whose business it is to call out in a mighty sing-song voice the names of members wanted at the door, and the bare particulars of bulletin news prior to its being chalked out for reading.
A member at Lloyds acquires in time a theoretical knowledge of the sea seldom exceeded by the men who navigate it.
Another apartment — the Captain's room — is given over to joy and refreshment, and still another, the antithesis of the last, is the Intelligence office, where anxious ones inquire for and are told the latest news of this or that overdue ship.
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 Broker Dealer Buzz...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Good owners with integrity, who for example have run their firm for twenty plus years with nary a regulatory or customer complaint, and are now selling their firms just to get out from under the regulatory burden.
In fact, I think that many owners and executive reps have had similar experiences to mine (that is, positive, within reason), all up until several years ago.
Nevertheless, there is a growing resentment among owners of firms, and an environment that is increasingly dangerous - but owners who would voice these concerns are necessarily few and far between.
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 English Coffee - Coffee
Edward Lloyd's coffeehouse catered primarily to seafarers and merchants and he regularly prepared "ships' lists" for underwriters who met there to offer insurance to the ship captains.
A group of angry coffeehouse widows filed a petition with the English government to ban coffee on the grounds that their men were never at home and their duties as husband and father were being neglected.
English coffee was not banned but the outcry did have repercussions on the coffeehouse business and men returned to the taverns instead.
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 Using The Hidden Assets of America’s Communities and Regions To Ensure Sustainable Communities
Seventy-five years later, his descendants sold shares in the enterprise, and Lloyd’s of London (and the insurance industry) was born.
Lloyd and his partners invented a way of collectively addressing hidden assets.
Space is shaped for both economic production—barns or mine shafts, or piers, or a factory—as well as for social reproduction---housing for the workers, managers, and owners, a store, a school, a church.
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 Lloyd - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Edward Lloyd (Governor of Maryland) (1779–1834), governor of Maryland in the United States 1809-1811
Edward Lhuyd (1660–1709), Welsh naturalist, botanist, linguist, geographer and antiquary
Robert Lloyd (poet) (1733-1764), English poet and satirist.
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