Freemason Burial Services With General Instructions: Service In The Lodge Room, Church Or House And At The Grave

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Kessinger Publishing, Sep 1, 2004 - Social Science - 48 pages
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The services herein arranged for the Burial of the Dead are adapted for all the purposes for which ceremonies of that character may be required. The arrangement is such that any portion of the service-each part being complete-may be used as occasion requires. It is not expected that the whole ceremony will or can be used at any one time. If the weather should be stormy, or the body of the deceased taken, for interment, to a distance, where it would be impossible for the brethren to attend, that portion of the service set apart for the Lodge-room, or at the house of the deceased may be performed. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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about the author: Robert Macoy 33 (1815-1895), author of The Book of the Lodge, and True Masonic Guide, was Past Deputy Grand Master of New York and Nova Scotia, Past Grand Secretary of New York, Grand Recorder of the Grand Commandery of New York. He held many other important positions with the Fraternity.

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