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ESTABLISHED ten years before the Battle of Waterloo (1805), the firm of Messrs. HENRY BANNERMAN & SONS LTD., Cotton Spinners, Manufacturers and Merchants, is one of the best known in the country. It is indeed one of the oldest, if not the oldest, of the houses engaged in what is known as the heavy Manchester goods trade.
He succeeded them as leader of the Liberal Party in February Following the resignation of Arthur James Balfour as Prime Minister in Henry Campbell-Bannerman was asked to form a government. He led his party to a landslide victory in the general election of and was Prime Minister until his resignation due to ill health.
The new company Henry Bannerman & Sons who had premises in the Spring Garden area of Manchester continued to grow which resulted in moves to larger premises and eventually had a purpose built warehouse on York Street. In the company became spinners and weavers of textiles.
What do we mean by this Liberalism of which we talk? ... I should say it means the acknowledgement in practical life of the truth that men are best governed who govern themselves; that the general sense of mankind, if left alone, will make for righteousness; that artificial privileges and restraints upon freedom, so far as they are not required in the interests of the community, are hurtful; and that the laws, while, of course, they cannot equalise conditions, can, at least, avoid aggravating inequalities, and ought to have for their object the securing to every man the best chance he can have of a good and useful life. -The Liberal Magazine (January 1898), p John Wilson, C.B.: A Life of Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman (London: Constable, 1973), p
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, GCB, lived from 7 September to 22 April He was a Liberal Party politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 5 December until 3 April The wider picture in Scotland at the time is set out in our Historical Timeline.