(Archibald Ean, 1854-1921, from 1904 Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway)
Autograph Letter Signed to the Rev. E. Lloyd Morris,
(Minister of Hutchesontown Congregational Church, now the Lloyd Morris Memorial Church, Glasgow), saying "It is kind of you to wish me to speak to the members of the Palace [Theatre] P.S.A.", but the possibility of "an unexpected call from within the diocese" always "makes it uncertain whether I could keep my promise, if made", he will write again "within the next ten days: but please don't keep yr people waiting on the bare chance", 1 side 8vo., as from Bishop's House, Woodside Terrace, Glasgow, 22nd August
Lloyd Morris had a wide range of contacts in the Labour, Socialist, Temperance and Mission fields, including many M.P.s. Like General Booth, he could turn any occasion to good purpose, even officiating at a wedding within the lions' cage at the circus.