Lodge St Andrew No. 25

The Earl of Sussex was supportive, and advised Deuchar to make every effort to persuade the Grand Lodge of Scotland to adopt a similar stance, and take the Royal Arch under it's wing. however, after an initially encouraging reply from the Grand Secretary of the Grand Lodge of Scotland, the matter became inextricably bogged down in Committee.

Eventually a meeting of interested Chapters could be delayed no longer and, in August 1817, representatives of 34 Chapters met in Edinburgh and the Supreme Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Scotland was erected and consecrated. Charters were issued, and the new Grand Body grew slowly but steadily, and gradually all bodies working the Royal Arch degree in Scotland came under it's control.

Extracted from Supreme Grand Chapter of Scotland.

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