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" Let a man's religion or mode of worship be what it may, he is not excluded from the Order, provided he believe in the glorious Architect of heaven and earth, and practise the sacred duties of morality. "
Ars Quatuor Coronatorum: Being the Transactions of the Quatuor Coronati ... - Page 70
1893
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Constitutions. Publ. by W. Williams

William Williams (freemason) - 1827
...heart. A mason is, therefore, particularly bound never to act against the dictates of his conscience. Let a man's religion or mode of worship be what it...heaven and earth, and practise the sacred duties of morality. Masons unite with the virtuous of every persuasion in the firm and pleasing bond of fraternal...
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The Freemason's monthly magazine, Volume 2

Charles Whitlock Moore - 1843
...heart. A Mason is, therefore, particularly bound never to act against the dictates of his conscience. Let a man's RELIGION or mode of worship be what it...HE BELIEVE IN THE GLORIOUS ARCHITECT OF HEAVEN AND EAIITH, AND PRACTISE THE SACRED DUTIES OF MORALITY. Masons unite with the virtuous of every persuasion...
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Freemasons' Quarterly Magazine

Freemasonry - 1845
...heart. A Mason is, therefore, particularly bound never to act against the dictates of his conscience. Let a man's religion or mode of worship be what it...heaven and earth, and practise the sacred duties of morality. Masons unite with the virtuous of every persuasion in the firm and pleasing bond of fraternal...
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The Freemasons' quarterly (magazine and) review [afterw.] The Freemasons ...

Freemasons' magazine - 1845 - 14 pages
...heart. A Mason is, therefore, particularly bound never to act against the dictates of his conscience. Let a man's religion or mode of worship be what it...heaven and earth, and practise the sacred duties of morality. Masons unite with the virtuous of every persuasion in the firm and pleasing bond of fraternal...
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Constitutions of the Antient Fraternity of free and accepted masons ...

Freemasons. United Grand Lodge (England), William Henry White - 1847 - 147 pages
...heart. A mason is, therefore, particularly bound never to act against the dictates of his conscience. Let a man's religion or mode of worship be what it...heaven and earth, and practise the sacred duties of morality. Masons unite with the virtuous of every persuasion in the firm and pleasing bond of fraternal...
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The Freemasons' quarterly (magazine and) review [afterw.] The Freemasons ...

Freemasons' magazine - 1853 - 14 pages
...promulgated (by me) are so opposed to the universality of the Craft, which admits within its pale all who ' believe in the Glorious Architect of heaven and earth, and practise the sacred duties of morality, and that without inquiring into their particular mode of worship.' " One difficulty attends...
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Universal Masonic Library, Volume 1

Robert Macoy - Freemasons - 1855
...heart. A Mason is therefore particularly bound never to act against the dictates of his conscience. Let a man's religion or mode of worship be what...heaven and earth, and practise the sacred duties of morality. Ancient Charges, MORAL QUALIFICATIONS. The moral qualifications of a candidate are, that...
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Constitutions, publ. by W.G. Clarke

Freemasons - 1858
...heart. A mason is, therefore, particularly bound never to act against the dictates of his conscience. Let a man's religion or mode of worship be what it...in the glorious architect of heaven and earth, and practice the sacred duties of morality. Masons unite with the virtuous of every persuasion in the firm...
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A Lexicon of Freemasonry

Albert Gallatin Mackey - 1859 - 524 pages
...heart. A Mason is, therefore, particularly bound, never to act against the dictates of his conscience. Let a man's religion, or mode of worship, be what...not excluded from the order, provided he believe in tbo glorious Architect of heaven and earth, and practise the sacred duties of morality. Masons unite...
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A Lexicon of Freemasonry: Containing a Definition of All Its Communicable ...

Albert Gallatin Mackey - 1860 - 524 pages
...heart. A Mason is, therefore, particularly bound, never to act against the dictates of his conscience. Let a man's religion, or mode of worship, be what...heaven and earth, and practise the sacred duties of morality. Masons unite with the virtuous of every persuasion, in the firm and pleasing bond of fraternal...
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