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14 Only the latter can be regarded as contemplating high-risk business, so he will be the main concern here. Grant both made and lost a great deal of money during the course of his career in the City; his clientele apparently gave little thanks for the former and castigated him for the latter, and he has had a bad press. However, there are some features of his business practice that presage later developments and consequently deserve attention. According to H. O. O'Hagan, who succeeded Grant as the leading City promoter, he had 'a very great following of people who wanted to get rich quickly'; Grant said they included a string of aristocratic names as well as 'public writers', clergymen, barristers and other reputable citizens.
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