ISSUE 12, January 2005

Editorial
Kitchener of Khartoum: Mason extraordinary
Travel: Where east meets west
Veteran Honoured: Old soldier remembered
Royal Masonic Family: The Six Masonic Sons of George III, Part 1
Supreme Grand Chapter: Speech of the Pro First Grand Principal and, Report of the Committee of General Purposes
  Quarterly Communication: Address of the Pro Grand Master and, Report of the Board of General Purposes
Metropolitan Grand Lodge of London: London's first consecration
Soccer: Man in the Middle
Wales: Joseph Parry - flawed genius?
Library & Museum: Donations gather pace
Education: Dates for your diary and, Planning a 'white table' and, Looking to the future and, Time marches on
Grand Charity: General meeting and non-Masonic grant list
Masonic Charities: Reports from the four main charities
Letters, Book reviews, Gardening

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The Metropolitan Grand Lodge of London has carried out its first consecration of a new Lodge, North London Installed Masters Lodge No. 9784, which will meet at Southgate.
     There were 54 Petioning Founders, and more than 200 brethren were present at the consecration, which took place in the Grand Temple, at Freemasons' Hall, London.
     Photo shows. Left to right: Lord Millett (Metropolitan Grand Master), Ronald Palmer (Master) and Russell Race (Deputy Metropolitan Grand Master).
   

London's first consecration


© Photo: Dennis Ramsey


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