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  1. The United Grand Lodge of England ( UGLE) is the governing Masonic lodge for the majority of freemasons in England, Wales and the Commonwealth of Nations. Claiming descent from the Masonic grand lodge formed 24 June 1717 at the Goose & Gridiron Tavern in London, it is considered to be the oldest Masonic Grand Lodge in the world.

    • England and Wales
    • London, WC2
    • Historia de La Gran Logia Unida de Inglaterra
    • Regularidad de Origen
    • Enlaces Externos

    La Primera Gran Logia se constituyó el 24 de junio de 1717, cuando cuatro logias de Londres se reunieron en la taberna Goose and Gridiron y formaron la que denominaron Gran Logia de Londres y Westminster. En 1723, se publicaron las Constituciones de Anderson, que incluían sus reglas de organización y principios. En 1751, un grupo de francmasones fo...

    Es aceptado por la generalidad de las Obediencias masónicas que la denominada regularidad de origen emana de la primitiva Gran Logia de Londres y Westminster. En este sentido, las Obediencias que se consideran regulares habrían recibido su carta patente directamente de esta Gran Logia o transmitida a través de otras Obediencias intermedias, cuyo pr...

  2. De United Grand Lodge of England (U.G.L.E.) is een van de oudste reguliere koepels van de vrijmetselaarsloges ter wereld. De Verenigde Grootloge van Engeland werd opgericht in 1717 onder de naam Grand Lodge of London . Inhoud 1 Geschiedenis 2 Metropolitane grootloge binnen Engeland en Wales 3 Provinciale grootloges binnen Engeland en Wales

    • Overview
    • Foundation
    • The Book of Constitutions
    • Expansion and conflict
    • Union with the Ancients

    The organisation known as the Premier Grand Lodge of England was founded on 24 June 1717 as the Grand Lodge of London and Westminster. Originally concerned with the practice of Freemasonry in London and Westminster, it soon became known as the Grand Lodge of England. Because it was the first Masonic Grand Lodge to be created, convention calls it th...

    The Grand Lodge was founded shortly after George I, the first Hanoverian king of the Kingdom of Great Britain, ascended to the throne on 1 August 1714 and the end of the first Jacobite rising of 1715. Officially, the Grand Lodge of England was founded in London on St. John the Baptist's day, 24 June 1717, when four existing Lodges gathered at the G...

    George Payne took it upon himself to write the General Regulations of a Free Mason, which were recited at his second installation as Grand Master in 1720. Very little is known of the period from 1717 to 1721, due to lack of minutes and written material, but sometime during this period the Revd. Dr. James Anderson was either commissioned or took it ...

    The new Grand Lodge was evidently not immediately attractive to the older "St. John's" or independent lodges, who already found much to dislike about the organisation. It had been their custom to mark the lodge out in chalk, which would be erased with a mop and bucket. This began to be replaced with tape and thin metal letters, hence an advertiseme...

    Relations between the two major bodies in English Freemasonry experienced a thaw in the 1790s. It is hard not to correlate this with the death of Dermott in 1791, and the progressive editing out of his vitriol from Ahiman Rezon, but other factors contributed. John Murray, 4th Duke of Atholl became Grand Master of the Ancients, and Francis Rawdon-Ha...

    • 27 December 1813
    • London
    • 1717
    • Proposed Deletion of 24 June 1717 Date in Opening Paragraph
    • Coat of Arms
    • Pro Grand Master?
    • History
    • Masonic Ceremonies
    • Foundation Date
    • District Grand Lodges
    • External Links Modified
    • District Grand Lodge

    There are serious doubts on the 1717 issue, you see there is no records of that ever happened. "Organized Freemasonry in London became established on 24 June 1717 when four London lodges came together at the Goose and Gridiron Ale House, St Paul’s Churchyard" History page gives user:195.248.124.162 as the posting editor of this section, although he...

    In the articles opening paragraph, it is stated that UGLE is the oldest Grand Lodge in the world, but at the same time in the history section no one to date has provided any evidence that this was the actual case. Such statements raise issues of credibility and accuracy in this article. Additionally the mods of this website have marked the history ...

    It looks like someone deleted the coat of arms for UGLE from wiki. I'm guessing that the original uploader didn't put a link to the source of the file, and failed to put the copyright and fair use of logo information on the picture . . . If I had a copy of the file as a png, I'd upload it myself.--Vidkun 18:13, 12 January 2007 (UTC)[reply]

    Could someone tell me what this is? Pro Grand or Pro-grand? It lists Spencer Compton, 7th Marquess of Northampton as this position. Is this below or above the grand master title listed? I am presuming below since they'd probably just list the senior position. Tyciol (talk) 04:36, 11 May 2009 (UTC)[reply] 1. The Pro Grand Master is an appointed posi...

    This section hardly deals with the history of UGLE at all, but with the history of the moderns and ancients, and the formation of the new GL. The older lodges have their own articles, which could be linked, and the entire section streamlined, and retitled Formation. Maybe then we could have a section on the actual history. I would like to invite di...

    A German secret society of the XIX Century, 'The Oculists', devoted to spreading the right techniques for cataract surgery, and to blocking 'charlatans' from doing this type of surgical procedure, wrote also a book, named 'Copiale', in which they described all the ceremonies that were conducted in 'Francmason's' societies as 'Initiation' to its dif...

    I've just changed the date of foundation to 1813, then noticed the previous discussion. The UGLE gives the date of its own formation as 1813, although it claims descent from the first GL formed in 1717. I feel strongly that the two should not be confused, partly because the actual masonry of UGLE owes its form to the Antients and NOT the 1717 lot, ...

    The single sentence about the District Grand Lodges creates the impression that they are fairly minor "subsidiary" organisations. Some of the 33 DGLs in fact consist of entire countries - and collectively cover most of the Commonwealth. Roger (Dodger67) (talk) 12:02, 29 June 2016 (UTC)[reply] 1. I refer you to the top of this page, where the articl...

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    Are district grand lodges under the UGLE notable enough to warrant their own articles? United Grand Lodge of Bengal has its own article (also noticed that it's under the wrong name just now). I personally don't think they are noteworthy enough to have their own articles and, if necessary, can be briefly mentioned here. EDIT: I've fixed the issue wi...