"All things Maritime and Lady Hamilton"
The Grand Tyler W Bro Malcolm Brooks' account of "All things Maritime and Lady Hamilton" surprised attendees of Worcestershire Installed Masters' Lodge 6889 with more than they had expected.
Emma, an impoverished country girl could barely afford the fare to London, which took six days by wagon at 1 penny (1d) a day!
A poor start to what was to become a vivid life of glamour, sex, intrigue and heart break...The mistress of Lord Nelson died impoverished in 1815.
The story, well told, set the tone for the presentation by R W Bro Robert Vaughan to W Bro David Rushforth, the winner of the Provincial Lecture seen here with the Pr G Orator W Bro Kerry Parkes.
At the festive Board the PGM on behalf of W Bro Colin Young WM presented a bottle of Cubit Installation Gin and of course a customary bottle of Worcestershire Source.
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