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You can now join Punctuation. Max thinks vigorously about The Thrill of the FightClaire Brialey of Croydon:Claire would like to discourage us from encouraging the people reading this to nominate her fanzine Weekend Weetabix for a Hugo AwardClaire sent a poem! Thanks to Max for recommending we separate the audio credit from the music! And it was really amusing hearing the shift from reviewing online conventions, to worrying that the wrong format was getting to be a tradition, to it being clear with hindsight that you were going to run one.
Then episode 15 running with that as an accidental gag of failing to announce it was perfect. If Zoom is methadone for con social spaces, and Discord paracetamol, is Octothorpe one of those double blind trials, where it turns out placebo is better than the current version? Futuricon and Octocon happened! FIYAH are running a convention. John, Alison and Liz are running a convention. Email us. Follow us. Like us. Poetry corner! John is in the wrong Zoom, Alison is tactful, and Liz went to her first online convention.
This gives John the idea for a panel show; have people listen to podcasts at various speeds, see how much they understood, and then have them drink alcohol and repeat! John is bad at emails, Liz is bad at Twitter, and Alison is going to be quieter this week. Several meetings were held, and finally, on the 20th October, , the Grand Lodge of Quebec was formed by twenty-eight of the Warranted Lodges then in the Province, with M.
A number of the lodges did not at once join in this movement, but gradually were absorbed. Those remaining under the Grand Lodge of Canada which Grand Lodge vigorously and strenuously opposed the formation of the new Grand Lodge continued until September 23, , when "Canada" withdrew, and its lodges affiliated with Quebec.
On the 27th of January, , three lodges holding under warrants from Scotland also affiliated, leaving three claiming allegiance to the Grand Lodge of England. In The Grand Lodge of Quebec has now on the roll fifty-eight lodges and a membership of 5, Lodge No.
From to some ten lodges appear to have worked in what was called "Upper Canada. On March 7, , Bro. Jarvis resided at Newark Niagara , the then capital of the Province. During his Grand Mastership, to , twenty warrants for lodges were issued for various parts of the Province. In Bro. Jarvis removed from Newark to York now Toronto , when the capital was transferred to the latter place. The Brethren at Niagara continued to be active and enthusiastic, and urged Bro.
Jarvis to assemble Grand Lodge there, but he refused. This refusal caused much dissatisfaction, and the Brethren of Niagara District met in and elected Bro. Forsyth as Provincial Grand Master, and trouble and friction ensued.
Ziba M. All the lodges attended excepting those in the Niagara District. This convention was held annually during the years , , , , In the words "in the Province of Ontario" were added to the title of the "Grand Lodge of Canada," owing to the representations of other Grand Lodges that the title did not represent the jurisdiction of that Grand Body. In The Grand Lodge of Canada has now lodges and a membership of 37, The reader will recall that in Champlain, the French explorer established the settlement of Port Royal on the west side of Annapolis Basin.
This settlement was the predecessor of the more noted Port Royal and Annapolis Royal, built some miles to the northward, the scene of many sieges and history making events, including the organization of the first Masonic lodge on Canadian soil. On this first site was discovered in , what some Masonic students and historians have regarded as the earliest trace of the existence of Freemasonry on this continent, namely certain marks on a stone found on the site of this early settlement.
There are two accounts of the finding of this stone. The first, from the pen of the Hon. Thomas Chandler Haliburton the famous author of "Sam Slick the Clockmaker" was written in the year of the finding of the stone or very shortly afterward, and is to be found in his History of Nova Scotia, published in The stone is described by Haliburton as "about two feet and a half long and two feet broad, and of the same kind as that which forms the substratum of Granville Mountain.
On the upper part are engraved the square and compass of the Free Mason, and in the centre, in large and deep Arabic figures, the date It does not appear to have been dressed by a mason, but the inscription has been cut on its natural surface. The other account of the finding of the stone is from the pen of Dr. Charles T. Jackson of Boston, the celebrated chemist and geologist, and was written in June It bore the Masonic emblems, square and compass, and the figures cut in it.
Haliburton to the Canadian Institute of Toronto with the understanding that the stone should be inserted in the wall of the building then being erected for the Institute. Sir Sanford Fleming wrote that he received the stone from Mr. Haliburton in order that it might be properly cared for. There is an entry respecting it in the minutes of the Institute, acknowledging its arrival and receipt. Scadding to build it into the wall with the inscription exposed; but, very stupidly, it is said the plasterer covered it over with plaster, and even the spot cannot now be traced, although the plaster has been removed at several places to look for it.
If ever the present building be taken down, diligent search should be made for the historic store, perhaps, the oldest inscription stone in America. The theory that the stone might commemorate the establishment of a lodge of Freemasons has virtually nothing to support it, though there are some who profess to see such a lodge in the famous "Ordre de Bon Temps," established there by Champlain in the winter of The theory that the stone marked the last resting place of one of the settlers would seem to have more to support it than any other.
In the spring of that year Poutrincourt, who had gone home with DeMonts in the autumn of , induced Marc Lescarbot, an advocate of Paris, to join the colony. They reached Port Royal on July 27th, where they remained until August 28th, when Poutrincourt started on an exploratory voyage down the American coast, as far as Cape Code leaving Lescarbot behind in charge of the colony.
In a battle with the Indians at Cape Cod, one of the settlers was wounded. He was brought back to Port Royal and died on November 14, At this time the carpenters of France had their own mystery or trade guild, worked on lines somewhat akin to operative Masonry and using the square and compasses as their emblem. It would seem that the stone marked the grave of a member of a French trade, or craft guild, who died in , and to this extent the stone may be regarded as the earliest known trace of Freemasonry in the New World.
Quebec in was in the hands of the French. It is of course possible that Freemasonry may have been transplanted into New France by military officers, or the governing or merchant class of whom there was a large number at the time in Old Quebec.
If there is any substratum of fact in the tradition, the proof must be found in the archives of the Grand Orient of France where rest the unsorted and unclassified records of scores of lodges, civil and military, existing prior to the formation of the Grand Orient. Until an exhaustive examination of these records has been made, the Quebec lodge of must remain a tradition.
Nothing to support this statement has since been found. Francis Nicholson until the American Revolution, there was the closest sort of intercourse, military, civil, commercial and social, between Annapolis Royal and Boston. In Col. Richard Philipps of South Wales was appointed Governor of Nova Scotia and of Placentia in Newfoundland, continuing to hold office until , although for most of that period he resided out of the Province, governing the country by means of lieutenant-governors.
These companies with four others at Placentia and two additional companies were in that year organized as one regiment under the command of Col. Philipps, and later known as the Fortieth Foot, the first of several British regiments organized in Canada. The regiment continued in the service in Nova Scotia until , when it formed part of the expedition against Louisbourg. In the intervening years it garrisoned Annapolis Royal, Canso and Placentia. John Harrison and his successor, Rev. In the "Concise account of the Rise and Progress of Freemasonry in the Province of Nova Scotia, ," it is stated that "it is certain that as soon as the English took possession of the colony they took care to encourage this charitable institution.
Major-General J. Wimburn Laurie, Grand Master of Nova Scotia, in his address to the Grand Lodge of Nova Scotia in , who after referring to the receipt by him of a photographic copy of the ledger of St. I have been for some time promised the documents by a gentleman who is not a member of the craft, and I trust his disinterested efforts to obtain them will be successful.
I may be disappointed either in obtaining the documents or their authenticity, so hesitate to say more. Any Masonic activity prior to in Nova Scotia must have been either at Annapolis Royal then the capital or possibly at Canso, where during the fishing season some 2, New Englanders made their base of operations. Although a list of members of the Lodge is not obtainable, yet among the residents of Annapolis in the period , were a considerable number who, we believe on most convincing evidence, were Masons.
He removed to Boston, dying there in May, He is said to have been a descendant of James, Marquis of Hamilton. His son, CAPT. He was Lieut. He succeed to the command of the Regiment in ,. In he was Captain-Lieutenant in the 40th. He became a member of the Council in , and along with John Adams and Shirreff, was a member of the first Court of Justice in George was later a magistrate at Louisbourg.
He commanded a company at Grand Pre under Col. Arthur Noble in , distinguishing himself before the enemy. In he helped to lay out the Town of Halifax. Appointed Councillor in he was the first surveyor-general of the Province, and a judge of the Supreme Court in the time of Chief Justice Belcher.
His daughters married Hibbert Newton, Dr. William Skene, and Major Otto Hamilton. Adams was a trader between Annapolis and Boston between and , and a resident councillor at Annapolis between and He commanded the garrison at Placentia in He commanded the Boston troops at Minas with Col. It is probable that he returned home to New England about His daughters married Lt.
Alex Cosby, Capt. John Handfield and Edward How. He died in He was frequently employed in difficult negotiations with the Indians and French authorities, and was treacherously murdered by Indians near Beausejour in He married the daughter of William Winniett. He was in England in and came out with Cornwallis. He was Governor at Placentia in Newfoundland.
Cosby married An, daughter of William Winniett. He became a member of the Council in , and was Lieut-Col. Cosby, Governor of New York. He assisted in the deportation of the Acadians in and became Lieut Col.