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Sir Titus Salt, baronet

Robert Balgarnie

Sir Titus Salt, baronet

by Robert Balgarnie

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Published by Brenton Publishing in Settle .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Salt, Titus, Sir, 1803-1876

  • Edition Notes

    Reprint of 1st ed., London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1877.

    Statement[by] R. Balgarnie.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCT788.S16 B3 1970
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[6], xv, 330, [2] p.
    Number of Pages330
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5463220M
    ISBN 100902847007
    LC Control Number73165873

    Left: Statue of the mill-owner Sir Titus Salt (), seen from the side by Francis Derwent Wood, R.A. (). Right: Whole monument from the statue, which was erected in , is in bronze on a tall ashlar stone plinth carrying bronze bas-reliefs of an angora goat and an alpaca, the animals that provided the fleece for Salt's nearby mill. In the meantime, the models remained in Mr. Milnes's studio, where they attracted the notice of Sir Titus Salt. Sir Titus was desirous of having the lions at Saltaire, and after a consultation with Mr. Lockwood, his architect, it was decided to place them in front of the building named, two on each side of the road.

    For those who care to look beneath the surface this book will be the means of conserving the memory of 'the most outstanding man of Bradford of his own or perhaps any period'. Reference. 1. R. Balgarnie, Sir Titus Salt, Baronet, (Reprinted , by Brenton, . In he was created a baronet by Queen Victoria, thus becoming Sir Titus Salt. In the last building in Saltaire was completed, and later that year Sir Titus Salt died at his home.

    In , as manager James Roberts had a statue erected to Sir Titus Salt and had placed on it both the llama for the alpaca wool and the goat for the angora fleece that Saltaire customarily used. When the son bearing Sir Titus Salt's name died prematurely Saltaire became owned by a . Edward Salt was born on 3 April 1 He was the son of Sir Titus Salt, 1st Bt. and Caroline Whitlam. 2 He married, firstly, Mary Jane Susan Elgood, daughter of Samuel Elgood, on 10 July 1 He married, secondly, Sarah Amelia Rouse, daughter of William Rouse, on 1 November 1 He died on 24 October at without issue. 1.


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Titus Salt had 11 children. Where he worked. After working as a woolen stapler for two. Genre/Form: Woodburytypes (prints) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Balgarnie, Robert, Sir Titus Salt, baronet. London: Hodder and Stoughton. Sir Titus Salt (20 September – 29 December ) was a successful businessman who helped improve conditions for his workers, building a model factory and village in Saltaire (near Bradford).

Influenced by his Methodist faith, he brought a social conscience to capitalism at a time when many industrial workers lived in abject poverty.

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The community, named for its founder (Salt) and the nearby river (Aire), was built beside large woolen mills on the banks of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal.

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Sir Titus Salt: Baronet by Balgarnie, R. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Titus was created a baronet by Queen Victoria in which gave him the title of Sir.

Titus Salt and his wife Caroline had a long and happy marriage, parenting eleven children. The streets of Saltaire bear his name, and the names of his wife and children. Sir Titus Salt, 1st Baronet (20 September – 29 December ) was an industrialist and philanthropist who lived near Bradford, West Yorkshire.

He is best known today for having built what is now a World Heritage Site at Saltaire. Sir Titus Salt, 1st Baronet () Sir William Henry Salt, 2nd Baronet () Sir Shirley Harris Salt, 3rd Baronet () Sir John William Titus Salt, 4th Baronet () Sir David Shirley Salt, 5th Baronet () Sir Anthony Houlton Salt, 6th Baronet () Sir Patrick MacDonnell Salt, 7th Baronet (b.

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