Transactions of the Lodge of Research No. 200. Dublin
Date Published: 1914-1927
Condition: Good +
Book Id: 46155
Octavo [22 cm] Thirteen pamphlets bound in blue cloth over boards with the title written in pen above a handwritten paper label on the spine. Original wraps bound in. Illustrated. The spine is rolled, and the extremities are mildly bumped and rubbed. The endpapers are cracked along the hinges, however the binding is still very sturdy. With very occasional small rust stains in the inside margins surrounding the staples, and minor marginalia in pencil here and there (lengthy notations in pencil on the front free endpaper).
A collection of pamphlets relating to The Lodge of Research No. 200. The following is included in the collection: Ceremony of Constitution. Lodge of Research, 200. The "Donoughmore" Lodge, 412. On Wednesday, 30th September, 1914, At 8 o'clock, p.m. Freemasons' Hall, Molesworth Street, Dublin. By The Right Hon. The Earl of Donoughmore, N. W. Grand Master (Charles Chambers, Dublin); Lodge of Research, 200. Inaugural Address: The Ancient Landmarks of the Order by Bro. Henry F. Berry, W. M., Delivered 30th Oct., 1914 (G. F. Healy & Co., Ltd., Dublin); Lecture on "Ancient Craft Freemasonry; its origin, and development; and the evolution of collateral, or subsidiary degrees." Delivered in, and under the auspices of, "The Lodge of Research," No. 200, In the Freemasons' Hall, Molesworth Street, Dublin. On the 22nd, January, 1915, By R. W. Bro. W. Redfern Kelly (W. & G. Baird, Ltd., Printers); The Differences Between English and Irish Masonic Rituals Treated Historically. Written for Lodge of Research, 200 by J. Heron Leper. Part I, Part II (George F. Healy & Co. Ltd, Dublin); The Lodge of Banagher (No. 306). 1758-1859, By Bro. H. F. Berry, Litt. D., P.M. Read in Lodge of Research 15th April, 1916 (George F. Healy & Co. Ltd, Dublin); Lodge of Research, 200. Early Homes of the Craft. In Dublin. By Bro. Henry F. Berry, P.M. Read 21st April, 1917 (George F. Healy & Co. Ltd, Dublin); Pioneers Masonic Lodge, No. 420. Record of its working on active service in France and Belgium. Paper read in and under the auspices of "The Lodge of Research, No. 200. In the Freemasons' Hall, Molesworth St., Dublin, On 26th October, 1917. By Bro. Major R. C. Gardiner, 16th Royal Rifles... (Wm. Brown & Sons, Ltd., Masonic Printers, Belfast); Suggestion for the Collection of Masonic Data. By Bro. J. Heron Lepper, W.M., Lodge of Research, 200 (George F. Healy & Co. Ltd, Dublin); Lodge of Research. The Grand East of Ulster. By Francis C. Crossle (George F. Healy & Co. Ltd, Dublin); The History and Antiquities of the First Volunteer Masonic Lodge of Ireland. (No. 620.) (1783-1920.) Compiled by Bro. William Geoghegan (George F. Healy & Co. Ltd, Dublin); The Lodge of Research. No. CC., Dublin. Transactions For the Years 1914 to 1921, inclusive (George F. Healy & Co. Ltd, Dublin); The Lodge of Research. No. CC. Ireland. Transactions for the Year 1922. V.W. Bro. John Holliday (P.M., CCL.), Grand Inner Guard of Ireland, W.M. (George F. Healy & Co. Ltd, Dublin); Historical Record Lodge Two, Dublin. 1727-1927. Compiled by Bro. Crossle (George F. Healy & Co. Ltd, Dublin).