Ars Quatuor Coronatorum: Being the Transactions of the Quatuor Coronati Lodge No. 2076, London, Volume 18

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W. J. Parre H, Limited, 1906

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Page 108 - There is a pleasure in the pathless woods, There is a rapture on the lonely shore, There is society, where none intrudes, By the deep Sea, and music in its roar: I love not Man the less, but Nature more, From these our interviews, in which I steal From all I may be, or have been before, •To mingle with the Universe, and feel What I can ne'er express, yet cannot all conceal Roll on, thou deep and dark blue Ocean— roll!
Page 32 - Royal Genealogies, or the Genealogical Tables of Emperors, Kings and Princes, from Adam to these times...
Page 133 - ... and size, in which were the Grand Master and Wardens; the whole attended by a vast mob. They stayed without Temple Bar till the Masons came by, and paid their compliments to them, who returned the same with an agreeable...
Page 162 - THE might of the Father of Heaven, and the wisdom of his glorious Son, through the grace and goodness of the Holy Ghost, being three persons in one Godhead, be with us at our beginning, and give us grace so to govern us here in our living, that we may come to his bliss that never shall have end.
Page 105 - ERE yet I sing the round-revolving year, And show the toils and pastime of the swain, At Alcon's * grave I drop a pious tear ; Right well he knew to raise his learned strain, And, like his Milton, scorn'd the rhyming chain.
Page 53 - Who made yon stones roll up, " When death took his soul up, " His body filled this hole up.
Page 133 - Yesterday, some mock Freemasons marched through Pall Mall and the Strand as far as Temple Bar in procession; first went fellows on jackasses, with cows' horns in their hands; then a kettle-drummer on a jackass, having two butter firkins for kettle-drums; then followed two carts drawn by jackasses, having in them the stewards with several badges of their order; then came a...
Page 129 - Chesterfield ; and from thence they marched on Foot to the Hall in proper Clothing and due Form; where they were joyfully receiv'd by about 150 true and faithful, all clothed. After Grace...
Page 11 - It was on this occasion that Burns composed his beautiful little Address to the shade of the bard of Ednam. In the following year the Earl pursued the subject in an *' Essay on the Lives and Writings of Fletcher of Saltoun, and the Poet Thomson, biographical, critical, and political ; with some Pieces of Thomson's never before published,
Page 162 - Mason to keep, for in good ffaith if you take good heed it is well worthy to be kept for A worthy Craft and curious Science. Srs there be Seaven Liherall Sciencies of the which the Noble Craft of Masonry is one...

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