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The constitutions of the antient and honourable fraternity of free and accepted masons

Anderson, James

The constitutions of the antient and honourable fraternity of free and accepted masons

Containing their history, charges, regulations, &c, ... for the use of the lodges, by James Anderson, D.D. And carefully revised, continued, and enlarged, by John Entick, M.A.

by Anderson, James

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Published by printed for Brother W. Johnston in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationvi,366;lxxv,[1]p.,plate
Number of Pages366
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22298276M

John H. In the meantime, the York legend was becoming subject to critical scrutiny. There still remains the rank of Installed Master, which comprises the Master in charge of the lodge and its past masters, and involves its own ritual, words and signs, but entails being elected to take charge of the lodge for a year. It becomes an assembly held by masons for their own regulation. Known for the claim that for one day 4 March he may have been Acting President of the United States. The old Constitutions are alike in these respects: they virtually all begin with an invocation, generally Christian faith and promise; relate substantially the same legends; give a list of charges; and provide for an oath or obligation.

The lodge met as usual on Wednesday 2 September, and were treated to a lecture on their ritual by Dermott. Antiquity became, for the period of separation, "the Grand Lodge of All England South of the River Trent", warranting at least two lodges in its own right. Samuels and M. The journeymen were referred to as "fellows" or "fellows of the craft", which accords with the Regius poem's injunction line 51 that masons should "calle other felows by cuthe".

The commons asked King Henry VI and the lords to ordain that the holding and gathering of such chapters should be utterly forbidden and judged a felony, and requested that the justices of the peace should be given authority to enquire into these chapters and assemblies. These minutes record the initiation and passing to the degree of Fellowcraft of Charles Cotton. Austin — Secretary of State for the Republic of Texas. Became a member of St. He arrived in the form of the Earl of Blessingtonwho had already served as Grand Master in Ireland.


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The constitutions of the antient and honourable fraternity of free and accepted masons book

Louisiana Lodge No. Served as grand orator of the Grand Lodge of Alabama. Arthur — 68th Governor of the U. He was woken by his neighbour's puppy eating his manuscript. Mistrust of the new Grand Lodge was already simmering when the Provincial Grand Lodge meeting at Manchester in asked that the book of constitutions be amended to state that a lodge must hand back its warrant if membership falls below 7, instead of the 5 stated.

Representative from Ohio. The lodge met as usual on Wednesday 2 September, and were treated to a lecture on their ritual by Dermott. Second person to win the Academy Award for Best Actor.

These queries, prompted by a concern as to a creeping return, or even imposition, of Modernism on old Ancient's lodges, were ignored by Grand Lodge. Raised in MayReno Lodge No. It shone resplendent on a white marble pedestal, whereon was a plate of gold.

Herod the Great rebuilt the temple, and this version of the temple was finally destroyed by the Romans. The first Grand Secretary, John Morgan, obtained a position in the Navy, and resigned after seven months.

Speth and C. Visiting Master Masons and Master Carpenters sat at high table of monasteries, dining with the abbott. Seniority was assigned according to the dating of lodge minutes, and due to a fire, Kilwinning records started atsomewhat later than the Lodge of St Mary's Chapel in Edinburgh.

Online Payment Freemason Collection has chosen Paypal for bits secure on line payments. John O. Representative from Colorado. The York legend thus appears in its full form sometime between and Held the position of Secretary of the United States Senate from — Raised in an old "Guilde Lodge" in England in —13 years before the founding of the G.

Composed the song Sweet Adeline. Raised 5 December in Kane Lodge No. Member of Shamokin Lodge No. Edition of reprinted in by Benjamin Franklin. From then until the age of fourteen, he would attend monastery or grammar school to learn Latin, or as a page in a knightly household would learn deportment in addition to his studies.

Modeled on Spratt's Irish Constitutions, [72] the regulations are comprehensive and well written, and are followed by an extended section devoted to songs. Due to the change that year from the Julian to the Gregorian Calendarthe next day was Thursday 14 September, losing 11 days.

These lodges started to keep regular minutes, in which the initiation of entered apprentices and fellow crafts is recorded.

Redemption and trust is earned, and the mysteries are revealed. However, this dating is dependent on opinions given by David Casley before and James Halliwell inlong before the modern study of palaeography had begun.

Raised in in Toledo Lodge No. Although the historical section was attacked at the time, and ever since, as being a work of obvious fiction, the work remains a milestone in masonic history.Product - The New Book of Constitutions of the Antient and Honourable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons. Containing Their History, Charges, Regulations, &C.

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Collected and Digested By Order of the Grand Lodge from their old Records, faithful Traditions and Lodge-Books, For the Use of the Lodges.

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The Grand Lodge of Antient Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom. 24, likes · talking about this · 3, were here. The 'Head Office' for Scottish /5(). The relation of the Symbolic, Capitular, and Cryptic Degrees to one another and to Ancient Craft Masonry; comprising the Foundation, the Superstructure, and Ornaments of the Ancient and Honorable Society of Free and Accepted Masons.

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Collected and Digested By Order of the Grand Lodge from their old Records, faithful Traditions and Lodge-Books, For the Use of the Lodges.