3 edition of An oration, pronounced before the right worshipful master and brethren of St. Peter"s Lodge found in the catalog.
An oration, pronounced before the right worshipful master and brethren of St. Peter"s Lodge
|Statement||by Thomas Cary.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 284.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
SD: Right foot across the Lodge, left foot down the Lodge; pay attention to the Worshipful Master. WM: Masonry being a progressive science, when you were made an Entered Apprentice you were placed at the North-Eastern part of the Lodge to show that you were newly admitted; you are now placed at the South-Eastern part to mark the progress you. Charleston, S.C. December 31st, Right Worshipful Brothers, Agreeably to the Ictimation (sic) given in our circular of the 24th day of June , respecting a Masonic Convention. Raleigh, s.n. Hopkins, James Dean. An Oration, pronounced before the Portland Lodge of Free and Accepted Ancient Masons, on the 24th of June, A.L.
SECOND DEGREE OR CEREMONY OF PASSING. QUESTIONS BEFORE PASSING. The Lodge is open in the First Degree. Worshipful Master requests Entered Apprentices other than Candidate to withdraw and indicates with appropriate words that the next business is to pass Brother _____. Junior Deacon goes to Candidate takes him by right hand and leads him to position North of Senior . The Senior Deacon then closes the door, and repairs to the centre of the Lodge, before the Worshipful Master in the east, and sounds his rod twice on the floor, which is responded to by the Master with his gavel, when the same interrogations and answers are repeated by the Master and Deacon as .
The Grand Marshal introduces the Grand Master to the Master of the Lodge. 6. Worshipful Master asks the Grand Marshal to escort the Grand Master to the East, where he is welcomed by the Master and in turn introduced to the Brethren, at the conclusion of which he is given the private Grand Honors at the request of the Master, taking cue from the. Samuel Huntington, Most Worshipful Grand Master of the Right Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ohio, to the Worshipful Master, Wardens, Subordinate Officers, and Brethren of the Lodge of Amity No. , held at Zanesville, in Muskingum County and State of Ohio, or .
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Hodge, Michael. Oration pronounced before the right worshipful master & brethren of St. Peter's lodge, at the Episcopal church in Newburyport, on the festival of St.
John the Baptist, June 24th, Newburyport: From the Press of Brother Angier March, J (DLC) An oration pronounced before the right worshipful master & brethren of St. Peter's Lodge, at the Episcopal Church in Newburyport, on the festival of St.
John the Divine. An oration, pronounced before the right worshipful master and brethren of St. Peter's Lodge: at the Episcopal Church in Newburyport, on the festival of St. John the Baptist, celebrated June 24th, Get this from a library.
An oration, delivered before the right worshipful master and brethren of St. Peter's Lodge: at the Episcopal Church in Newburyport, Massachusetts, on the festival of St.
John the Baptist ; celebrated June 25 [Charles Jackson; Freemasons. Peter's Lodge. Get this from a library. An oration, delivered before the right worshipful master and brethren of St.
Peter's Lodge: at the Episcopal Church in Newburyport, Massachusetts, on the festival of St. John the Baptist ; celebrated June 25 By the worshipful brother Charles Jackson, P.M. [Charles Jackson; Freemasons. An oration, delivered before the Right Worshipful Master, wardens and brethren of the Philanthropic Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, at the Second Meeting-House in Marblehead, on the festival of St.
John the Baptist, J / by: Greene, Benjamin, Published: (). By the worshipful brother Charles Jackson, P.M. An oration, delivered before the right worshipful master and brethren of St Fleuron W English: Fleuron from book: An oration, delivered before the right worshipful master and brethren of St.
Peter's Lodge, at the Episcopal Church in Newburyport, Massachusetts, on the festival of St. oration on masonry, delivered at. john's church, in the city of philadelphia. at the request of the. right worshipful grand lodge of pennsylvania, on st. john's day, jby james milnor, esquire, grand master.
to which is prefixed. an account of the procession, and of the ceremonies attending the consecration and dedication of.
Junior [Warden. — Brethren in the South, the Worshipful Master invites you to assist him in opening this Lodge of sorrow by the sacred numbers. Wor. Master. — With me, Brethren. The Wor.
Master raps o o o, and all give the sign of an E. The Senior Warden raps o o o, and all give the sign of a F. The Toast to the visitors. WM and Brethren. Most Lodges meet only four or five times a year and most of us enjoy our Masonry too much for that to suffice.
So we go visiting and what a pleasure itis. It is always interesting to witness other Workings – Emulation, West End, Carvers and so Size: 20KB. The meeting was also informed that the Right Worshipful Provincial Grand Master had fixed 9th October as the date for the Consecration Ceremony.
The Consecration Meeting of Conister Lodge No. was held in the Masonic Hall, Loch Promenade, Douglas, on Tuesday, 9th October at 4pm. The Attendance Book was signed by 57 Brethren, viz:.
Full text of "Proceedings of the right worshipful Grand lodge of the most ancient and honorable fraternity of Free and accepted masons of Pennsylvania, and masonic jurisdiction thereunto belonging, at its celebration of the bi-centenary of the birth of Right Worshipful past grand master brother Benjamin Franklin, held in the Masonic temple, in the city of Philadelphia on Wednesday, March the.
A Masonic oration, delivered before the worshipful master, officers and brethren, of the Kennebeck Lodge, at Hallowell, June 27th, A.L.
The Worshipful Master approaching me from the east a second time, who presented me with the lambskin or white leather apron, and informed me that it was an emblem on innocence and the badge of a mason; more ancient than the Golden Fleece or Roman Eagle; more honorable than the Star and Garter, or any other order that could be conferred upon me at this time or at any future period, by king.
Hodge, Michael, An Oration pronounced before the Right Worshipful Master & Brethren of St. Peter's Lodge, at the Episcopal Church in Newburyport, on the festival of St. John the Baptist, June 24th, Newburyport, The conductor, alias the Junior Deacon answers, "A poor blind candidate who has long been desirous of having and receiving a part of the rights and benefits of this worshipful lodge, dedicated (some say erected) to God, and held forth to the holy order of St.
John, as all true fellows and brothers have done who have gone this way before him.". The Right Worshipful Deputy Grand Master having pronounced the stone to be perfect in its form, and suitable to the occasion, the Rev.
Gardiner of Trinity was requested to deposit the silver plate, after reading the inscription, which was as follows: Timothy Bigelow, Esq., Grand Master "In the Name of the Father.
Son, and Holy Ghost. A discourse delivered at Providence, before the Grand Lodge of the Ancient and Honourable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of Rhode-Island, at the celebration of the festival of St.
John the Baptist, on the 24th of June, JW: Brethren: It is the will and pleasure of the Right Worshipful Master in the East, communicated to me by the Senior Warden in the West: that Chapter No. be now Chapter No. be now opened on the Mark Master degree for the dispatch of such business as may regularly come before it under the usual Masonic restrictions.
Brethren, you now behold before the pedestal, Brother A. B., who has been duly nominated Worshipful Master of this Lodge, and now declares himself ready for installation. If any of you have any reasons to urge why he should not be installed, you will make them known now, or else forever hereafter hold your peace.
Full text of "Proceedings of the right worshipful Grand lodge of the most Ancient and honorable fraternity of free and accepted masons of Pennsylvania, and masonic jurisdiction thereunto belonging, at its celebration of the sesqui-centennial anniversary of the initiation of Brother George Washington into the fraternity of freemasons" See other formats.A discourse, occasioned by the death of General George Washington, at Mount-Vernon, Dec.
14, Delivered before the Right Worshipful Master and brethren of Mount-Vernon Lodge, and the congregation of St. John's Church, in Providence, on Saturday the 22d of February, A.L. / by: Clarke, Abraham Lynsen, ?WM: Brethren, the substituted Secrets of a Master Mason, thus regularly communicated to me, I, as Master of this Lodge, and thereby the humble representative of King Solomon, sanction and confirm with my approbation, and declare that they shall designate you, and all Master Masons throughout the Universe, until time or circumstances shall.