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History[ edit ] The club was founded on 22 November Towards this date, Liverpool had been growing rapidly as a commercial centre. The merchants and other professionals in the city needed a supply of up-to-date news. This was usually provided by newspapers and periodicals in coffee houses, but these were frequently overcrowded. There was also a need for a library because the existing library, founded inwas not considered sgrip be adequate.

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There was also a need for a library because the existing library, founded inwas not considered to be adequate. The founders of the club produced a prospectus entitled Outlines of a Plan for a Library and Newsroom, which proposed "to procure a regular supply of newspapers, both town and country, all ladies looking sex crestline periodical publications of any value, and all liverplol pamphlets that have reference to subjects of local or general polity or commerce".

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The founder subscribers commissioned the local architect John Foster to de a building for them in Church Street. In addition to books, the library gathered a collection that included charts, maps and globes. It also obtained items from the private library of one of its founder members, William Liverrpool.

In time the library grew into "one of ckubs world's most highly regarded private literary collections". Deed by Harold Dod, its architectural style is described as "Chaste American classicism, with a strong French accent".

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Inside the entrance, an elliptical staircase le up to the club's premises. It has a shallow segmental vaulted ceiling, and contains three bays that are separated by pairs of columns. In the Library are three large paintings by Edward Halliday depicting events in Greek mythology involving Athena.

In time the library grew into "one of the world's most highly regarded private literary collections". Deed by Harold Dod, its architectural style is described as "Chaste American classicism, with a strong French accent". Inside the entrance, an elliptical staircase le up to the club's premises.

It has a shallow segmental vaulted ceiling, and contains three bays that are separated by pairs of columns. In the Library are three large paintings by Edward Halliday depicting striip in Greek mythology involving Athena.

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New Proprietors have to be proposed and seconded by existing Proprietors before they are interviewed and elected by the Committee; admission involves ing the Share Register. The club is open for the use of Proprietors each weekday.

A social programme is arranged, including dinners and other meals with speakers. There are special interest groups for history, literature, music, and for wine tasting. The building may be hired for use by Proprietors, or by outside individuals and groups.