However, much has happened since it went up, including the Blogger outage. Scroll down for a report on that. More new posts will be added below this one. The essay below is the conclusion of the ninth part in a series by Takuan Seiyo.
Up until the yearProvincial Grand Lodges met in a number of Provinces throughout the island of Ireland, but most of these had come into existence, at different times, and were not integrated into a cohesive whole. After much consideration, it was agreed that the Island of Ireland should be divided into thirteen separate Provinces and that the City of Dublin, the County of Dublin and the town of Bray shall not be included in any Masonic Province, but shall continue under the superintendence of the Grand Lodge of Ireland.
Our Irish Constitution, within the Island of Ireland was divided into thirteen Provincial territories, as follows: The City of Londonderry, the County of Londonderry excepting thereout the Town of Magherafelt shall still, as heretofore meet at the City of Londonderry.
The previous designations of South Antrim and North Antrim shall be abolished. For those interested in these historical snippets, it is interesting to note that inLondonderry was acknowledged to be a City whereas Belfast is described as a Town.
Our illustration above is an example of The Belleek Masonic Dinner Service, one of the rarest forms of Masonic China in the collectors market.
In the meantime, I am grateful to Wor Bro Ross Hussey for sending the above digital photo of the example that he has in his collection, an another excellent example of an Anniversary Jewel.
Rt Wor Bro S. Stewart Bart was installed as first P.
We are not yet aware if the Brethren in Armagh intend marking this significant milestone in the history of their Grand Lodge.
We shall await their response with interest. The Provincial Grand Lodge thereof shall meet at the town of Sligo.
Page Two of the Grand Lodge Resolution. Major Gereral the Rt Honourable F. Dunne was installed as first P. Keane Bart served as first P. Lord Dunboyne was re-appointedto his previous position as P.
Page Three from the Grand Lodge Resolution. Deputy Grand Master of Ireland. This is a little known yet fascinating part of our Irish Masonic History, showing the approach taken by Grand Lodge to rationalise the formation of Provincial Grand Lodges throughout the Island of Ireland.
And of course, the earliest of our overseas Provinces- New Zealand was constituted inby The Duke of Leinster, who set out that this Province should meet in Auckland, New Plymouth, Thames and Dunedin, at the regular meeting places of the Lodges concerned.
It would have taken a further couple of months to come into effect, and it will be interesting to see from the individual Provincial Grand Lodge Minutes, when and where these new Masonic bodies were Located and Constituted.
I would however be surprised if any of these Provincial Grand Lodge bodies came into being before at the earliest Septemberwhen I image that most Anniversary celebrations will take place.
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As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria.
Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo. Many thanks to Hermes for the translation from ashio-midori.com