The Lutine Bell by Will H Rockett
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The E-mail Address es field is required. Many attempts were made to recover the cargo with limited success, but in the bell was recovered from an entanglement of chains and eventually came to be hung in Lloyd's underwriting room in the Royal Exchange. When Lloyd's moved to Leadenhall Street, and then to Lime Street where it is today, the bell moved with it.
The bell had a very important purpose at Lloyd's. When overdue ships came in safely, the bell was rung twice to sighs of relief from the underwriters.
Lloyd’s of London & The Lutine Bell
If a ship was lost, the bell would ring once. This way, everyone knew the fate of the ship and the cargo they had insured at the same time. When a ship went down, an entry was also made in a log book, of which there are now many preserved in storage at Lloyd's, though one historic copy is always on display beneath the bell. Eventually, after years of ringing, the bell developed a crack in its structure.
With the advent of the internet and email, ringing the bell was no longer deemed necessary, but it is still rung on ceremonial occasions or in times of great tragedy, such as on the day of the terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers in New York. However, lost ships all around the world are still recorded in log books at Lloyd's, with the same sweeping handwriting and traditional ink pen.
Strike Lutine Bell
The latest entry occurred the day before our visit. The information was obtained from a press report as you can see below, a little differently to how it was once done over years ago. A prevailing mystery surrounds the origins of the Lutine bell — it has the name 'St Jean' instead of Lutine engraved on its shell.
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Two theories have been put forward by shipwreck historian Tom Bennett , which sound pretty feasible. The first is that the ship La Lutine was originally to be called St Jean while the bell was being made, but the name changed when the ship was launched. The second theory takes into account that another French ship called St Jean was captured by the British in Moovit helps you find the fastest directions to The Lutine Bell, with the most updated time schedules.
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From Whiston Hospital, St Helens 74 min. Tynemouth Close, Everton is meters away, 3 min walk. Belmont Road, Richmond is meters away, 4 min walk.