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" Master Masons, or Masters of work, should be examined whether they be able of cunning to serve their respective Lords, as well the lowest as the highest, to the honor and worship of the aforesaid art, and to the profit of their Lords; for they be their... "
Ars Quatuor Coronatorum: Being the Transactions of the Quatuor Coronati ... - Page 113
1891
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The constitutions of the free-masons: Containing the history, charges ...

James Anderson - 1723 - 91 pages
...well the Loweft as the Higheft, to the Honour and Worjkip of the a for ej aid Art, and to the Proft of their Lords ; for they be their Lords that employ and pay them for tbeir Service apd ^Travel. And befides many other things, the faid jR^wvfadds, That thofe Charges and...
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The History of the Works of the Learned ..., Volume 6

Bibliography - 1739
...their refpeflive Lords, as well the loweft as the higheft, to the Honour and Worfhip of the forefaid Art, and to the Profit of their Lords ; for they be their Lords that employ and pay them for their Travel, j. That when the Mafler and Wardens prefide in a Lodge, the Sheriff, if need be, or the Mayor...
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The new book of constitutions of the ... Free and accepted masons ...

Freemasons - 1746
...their refpeflive Lords, as well the Higheft as the Lowejt, to the Honour andWbrJhip of the forefaid Art, and to the Profit of their Lords ; for they be their Lords that employ and pay them for their Travel. That Enter*d Prentices at their Making Jhall be charged not to bf Thieves, nor Thieves Maintainers....
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The Pocket Companion and History of Free-masons: Containing Their Origine ...

Jonathan Scot (Freemason of London.) - 1754 - 328 pages
...refpective Lords, as well " the Higheft as the Loweft, to the Honour and " Worfhip cf the aforefaid Art, and to the Profit " of their Lords; for they be their Lords thai; " employ them and pay them for their Service " and Travel. " III. THAT when the Mafter and Wardens...
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The constitutions of the ancient and honourable Fraternity of free ..., Volume 1

Freemasons - 1767
...their refpeSlive Lords, as well the Highejl as the Low eft, to the Honour and Worjhip of the forefaid Art, and to the Profit of their Lords ; for they be their Lords that employ and pay them for their Travel. That, when the Mafter and Wardens prejide in a Lodge, the Sheriff, if need be, or the Mayor,...
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The Freemasons' Library and General Ahiman Rezon: Containing a Delineation ...

Freemasonry - 1817 - 422 pages
...or Warden. "That such as were to be admitted Master Masons, or Masters of work, should be examined whether they be able of cunning to serve their respective Lords, as well the lowest as the highest, to the honor and worship of the aforesaid art, and to the profit of their Lords; for they be their Lords that...
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The American Masonic Register, and Ladies' and Gentlemen's Magazine, Volumes 1-2

1821
...Warden. '• That such as were to be admitted Master Masons, or'Masters of work, should be examined whether they be able of cunning to serve their respective Lords, as well the lowest as the highest, to the honor and worship of the aforesaid art, and to the profit of their Lords; for they be their Lords that...
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Illustrations of masonry

William Preston - 1829
...or Warden. ' That such as were to be admitted Maaler-Masons, or masters of work, should be examined whether they be able of cunning to serve their respective lords, as well the lowest as the highest, to the incur and worship of the aforesaid Art, and to the profit of their lords ; for tbey be their lords...
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The Freemason's Monitor: Containing a Delineation of the Fundamental ...

Z. A. Davis - Freemasonry - 1843 - 312 pages
...were to be admitted Master Masons, or Masters of the Work, should be examined whether they be able* to serve their respective Lords, as well the lowest...worship of the aforesaid art, and to the profit of their Lord or Master, for they be their Lords or Masters that employ and pay them for their service and travel....
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World's Masonic Register: Containing the Name, Number, Location, and Time of ...

Leon Hyneman - 1860 - 566 pages
...Constitutions and the Charges shall be read. "That Master Masons, or Masters of Work, shall be examined whether they be able of cunning to serve their respective Lords, as well the highest as the lowest, to the honor and worship of the foresaid art, and to the profit of their Lords;...
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