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traced to the establishment of the Knights of Saint Patrick in 1783, when the red saltire on white was. In earlier times the insignia was made to individual specification (hence the variation in form by local silversmiths or medal-makers and some fine examples are in the possession of present-day members, who meet, not in 'Lodges but in 'Knots' - signifying knots of friendship. Arms of equal length and thickness. Erne flag edit This flag was initially used on the ShannonErne Waterway, which is bisected by the border. William May ( Ulster Unionist Party That is better. Patrick An early reference to the Flag of St Patrick does not seem to have been recorded in any of the usual works on the subject. This Synod therefore resolves that the only flags specifically authorised to be flown on church buildings or within the church grounds of the Church of Ireland are the cross of St Patrick or, alternatively, the flag of the Anglican Communion bearing the emblem of the. In diplomatic fashion he brought gifts to a kinglet here and a lawgiver there but accepted none from any. David Prothero, ote: this was originally written for an Anglican audience.
A 1783 letter to a Dublin newspaper criticising the Order s use of a saltire, asserted that The Cross generally used on St Patrick.
The Saint Patrick s Saltire was incorporated into the Union Flag in 1801 by wa y of the Act of Union 1800 to represent.
After the union with Britain in 1801, the St Patrick s Cross co ntinued to feature in the arms and flags adopted by various professional and public.
The government is asked what consideration has been given to adopt ing the cross of Saint Patrick as a unity flag for all communities.
At matches in Northern Ireland (typically at Ravenhill ) the Flag of Ulster (yellow background) is also displayed. This can be a problem in contexts where a body organised on an all-island basis needs to be represented by a flag in an international context. When I samuel Daniels Sonnet Thirty - Three first came across this letter I was surprised and more than a little sceptical because I had never heard of a link between Saint Patrick and the cross patte. These are either the flag of St Patrick, or the Compass-rose flag of the Anglican communion' (report in the Irish Times, ). Archived from the original on 30 December 2005. He set up his see in Antrim, and later other bishoprics in other regions. However an open letter addressed to Lord Temple which was published in a Dublin newspaper in late February 1783 explains why the saltire was rejected by the Irish public: The Cross generally used on St Patrick's day, by Irishmen, is the Cross-Patee, which is small. Any other flag flown at any other time is not specifically authorised by this Church. 13 There had been controversy when an Irish tricolour had been used incorrectly for him in 1997. At matches outside Ireland, this is the only flag displayed.
Together with the date 1783, being the year in which our said Order was founded, and encircling the Cross of St Patrick Gules, surmonted with a Trefoil Vert each of its leaves charged with an Imperial Crown Or upon a field of Argent. The Blue and White Squadrons had plain admiral's flags, flown at the appropriate masthead, but in the Red Squadron the Admiral flew the Royal Standard, and the Vice and Rear Admirals flew "a redd flagg with a little white, and St George's Crosse at the. Mike Oettle, ee also: Banners of the Knights of St Patrick are displayed in a church (as are the much better known ones of the Garter, for instance).