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" Spitalfields, was composed mostly of ancient Masons, though under the modern constitution. Some of them had been abroad, and received extraordinary benefits on account of ancient Masonry ; therefore they agreed to practise ancient Masonry on every third... "
Ars Quatuor Coronatorum: Being the Transactions of the Quatuor Coronati ... - Page 221
1891
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Constitution of Freemasonry: Or, Ahiman Rezon

Laurence Dermott, Thomas Harper, Freemasons - Freemasonry - 1813 - 234 pages
...Spitalfields, was composed mostly of Ancient Masons, though under the Modern Constitution. Some of them had been abroad, and received extraordinary benefits on account of Ancient Masonry : therefore they agreed to practise Ancient Masonry on every third Lodge-night. Upon one of these nights,...
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Universal Masonic Library, Volume 13

Robert Macoy - Freemasons - 1855
...Masons, though under the modern " Minutes of the Grand Lodge, March 20, 1755. Constitution. Some of them had been abroad, and received extraordinary benefits on account of ancient Masonry ; therefore, they agreed to practice ancient Masonry on every third Lodge night." This avowal contains...
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That origin of the royal arch order of masonry

George Oliver - 1867
...Spitalfields, was composed mostly of ancient Masons, though under the modern constitution. Some of them had been abroad, and received extraordinary benefits on account of ancient Masonry ; therefore they agreed to practise ancient Masonry on every third lodge night." This avowal contains...
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Origin of the English rite of freemasonry, especially in relation to the ...

William James Hughan - 1884 - 150 pages
...masonry on every third Lodge night," the reason of their so doing being because some of the brethren " had been abroad and received extraordinary benefits on account of ancient masonry." They refused to admit visitors on one of these occasions, who, on complaining, led to the Grand Lodge censure,...
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