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Cadwallader (d.1782), 9th Lord Blayney, GM (1764–1766)

Photo credit: The Library and Museum of Freemasonry

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Cadwallader (d.1782), 9th Lord Blayney, was Grand Master of Grand Lodge of England, one of two governing bodies of Freemasonry in England in the eighteenth and early nineteenth century, from 1764 to 1766. In this portrait he is wearing the regalia of a grand master from this period, over the uniform of a general in the British Army. However, it is possible that the regalia was painted over the uniform later.

The Library and Museum of Freemasonry

London

  • Date

    c.1766

  • Medium

    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    125 x 99 cm

  • Accession number

    M2010.1193

  • Acquisition method

    presented by the executors of Sir Charles Loftus Bates to the United Grand Lodge of England, 1951

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