The history of freemasonry in the district of Malta (Google eBook)

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George Kenning, 1880 - 122 pages
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Page 111 - Hall, to take Special care that all and every the said Brethren are or have been regularly made Masons and that they do observe, perform, and keep all the Rules and Orders contained in the Book of Constitutions. And, further, that you do from time to time cause to be entered in a Book kept for that purpose, an account of your Proceedings in...
Page 115 - Flack are further required as soon as conveniently may be to send us an account in writing of what shall be done by virtue of these presents. Given under our Hands and the Seal of the Grand Lodge at London, this 7th July, AL 5845, AD 1845.
Page 115 - Morris, to take special care that all and every the said brethren are or have been regularly made Masons, and that you and they and all other the members of the said Lodge do observe, perform, and keep the laws, rules, and orders contained in the Book of Constitutions, and all others which may from time to time be made by our Grand Lodge, or transmitted by us, or our successors, Grand Masters, or by our Deputy Grand Master for the time being. And we do enjoin you to make such by-laws, for the government...
Page 115 - ... perform, and keep the laws, rules, and orders contained in the Book of Constitutions, and all others which may from time to time be made by our Grand Lodge, or transmitted by us, or our successors, Grand Masters, or by our Deputy Grand Master for the time being. And we do enjoin you to make such by-laws, for the government of your Lodge, as shall to the majority of the members appear proper and necessary, the same not being contrary to or inconsistent with the general laws and regulations of...
Page 113 - Hepburn are further required as soon as conveniently may be to send us an account in writing of what shall be done by virtue of these presents. Given under our Hand and the Seal of the Grand Lodge at London, this 17th day of June, AL 5831, AD 1831.
Page 113 - Masons, under the title or denomination of the African Lodge, to be opened in Boston, aforesaid, and do further, at their said petition and of the great trust and confidence reposed in every of the said above named brethren, hereby appoint the said Prince Hall to be Master ; Boston Smith, Senior Warden and Thomas Sanderson...
Page 111 - DURHAM as soon as conveniently may be to send an Account in Writing of what shall be done by virtue of these Presents. GIVEN at LONDON under Our Hand and Seal of Masonry this 2d.
Page 110 - Maspns of Canada, send greeting: "KNOW YE that we, by the authority and under the sanction of the Grand Lodge of Canada, vested in us for that purpose...

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