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Lloyd, Charleslocked

  • Richard Garnett
  • , revised by Geoffrey Carnall


Lloyd, Charles (1775–1839), poet, was born in Birmingham, on 12 February 1775, the eldest son of Charles Lloyd (1748–1828), the Quaker banker and philanthropist, and his wife, Mary Farmer (1751?–1821). He was educated privately, and was intended to have entered his father's bank, but he found this unpalatable, as he did the medical studies he briefly attempted at ...

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