SELECT COMMITTEE ON ORANGE LODGES.
LOYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION OF GREAT BRITAIN.
Grand Lodge, holden on Tuesday, 4th June 1833, at the residence of the Right
Lord Kenyon, in Portman-square.
Present : Field-Marshal his Royal Highness Prince Ernest Duke of Cumberland, K.
Grand Master of the Empire.
GrTnd Lod e The Right Honourable and Very Right Worshipful Lord Kenyon, f.
Deputy Grand Master of England and Wales.
General his Grace the Duke of Gordon, g.
Deputy Grand Master of Scotland.
The Most Noble the Marquis of Thomond, k.
The Right Honourable the Earl of Roden, G.
The Right Honourable Lord Wynford.
The Right Reverend Sir Robert Peat, d.
Prelate 6th Lang.
The Right Worshipful Lieut.
of London and Westminster, and
Deputy Grand Secretary, &c.
Members of the Grand Committee : Hon.
Samuel Thompson, esq.
John Eedes, esq.
Fox Cooper, esq.
Edwin Savill, esq.
Alexander Perceval, esq.
George Hyde, esq.
Members of the Grand Lodge, Ireland : Hon.
Anthony Lefroy, esq.
Richard Bourke, esq.
John Schoales, jun.
Brothers Robert Clegg, D.
Samuel Thompson, D.
George Hyde, D.
Masters of Warrants, Brothers John Rayner, 59.
John Earl, 234.
Ernest Augustus Baud, 130.
Richard West Nash, 508, Tyrone.
Acting Grand Mace Bearer, Brother Rayner.
Grand Tylers, Brothers John Oldis and David Seyefs.
Prayer having being read by the deputy grand chaplain, Sir Robert Peat.
The lodge was duly opened by his Royal Highness the grand master.
APOLOGIES, For non-attendance were received from Lord Viscount Cole, at present in Ireland; Lord Langford, from indisposition; Major Watkins, the grand treasurer, in Lancashire; the Rev.
Thomas Comber, D.
Oswaldkirk, Yorkshire ; Rev.
Robert Spranger, Toynton, Lincolnshire; Rev.
Thomas Smyth, Burnley, Lancashire; Rev.
John Coates, Huddersfield, Yorkshire; Rev.
Jonathan Wilkinson, Aldenham, on account of severe indisposition and domestic affliction ; Thomas Jackson, esq.
of Barnsley, by reason of the recent death of his father ; Thomas Piatt, esq.
of Ashton ; Edward Nucella, esq.
now in Italy ; Robert Dolling, esq.
in Ireland; and a variety of others too numerous to be particularized.
On the Report of the Grand Committee Vv Inch had been sitting on the preceding Friday, Saturday and Monday, for eight hours on the average each day, the following orders and resolutions were adopted.
The memorial of Brother Buck of Rochdale, referred to in the last circular, was read at length.
Ordered, that the deputy grand secretary do write an answer to that memorial conformaÂ¬ bly to the opinion and advice to be given bv our learned and noble brother now present, the %ht Hon.
I he appointment of Brother Edward Parry, as district master of Bilston, is confirmed; as RaiSÂ°-tliat -Â°f Brotaer George Hyde, of Tintwistle, for the Glossop division: and Brother ft a
1S desired to imÂ°orm the brethren of this district, that their resolutions at Hadneld, ated 28th May last, are approved, subiect to the explanations which Brother Hyde is now enabled to give to them.
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