Worshipful Master's Assistant: The Encyclopedia of Useful Knowledge, 1885

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Kessinger Publishing, Feb 1, 1998 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 308 pages
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Concerning the duties, responsibilities and prerogatives of the worshipful master; also, the other officers of the lodge embracing full instructions upon parliamentary law; the Masonic jurist; A treatise upon the principles and practice of Masonic law; installations, lodges of sorrow; Forms of burial service; and public demonstrations generally. With all other matters essential to the honorable and successful government of a Masonic Lodge. Contents: Of the Officers of the Lodge; The Public Exercises of Freemasonry; Miscellaneous Subjects; The Masonic Jurist; Masonic Law; Forms of Masonic Documents.

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About the author (1998)

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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