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" Mason is responsible to no human power for the vote that he casts on the petition of a candidate. To his own conscience alone is he to answer for the motives that have led to the act, and for the act itself. It is, of course, wrong, in the exercise of... "
Proceedings - Page 38
1885
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Masonic Eclectic, Volume 1

Robert Macoy, Masonic Publishing and Manufacturing Co - 1860
...ingredient in the exercise of the ballot. A Mason is responsible to no human power for the vote that he casts on the petition of a candidate. To his own...indulging such feelings, no one has a right to inquire. No Mason can be called lo an account for the vote that he has deposited. A lodge is not entitled, indeed...
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Freemasonry and its jurisprudence

Chalmers Izett Paton - 1872
...in the exercise of the ballot. A Mason is responsible to no human power for the vote that he gives on the petition of a candidate. To his own conscience...of course wrong, in the exercise of this invaluable prerogative, to be influenced by pique or prejudice, or by an adverse vote to indulge an ungenerous...
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Proceedings of the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of the ..., Volumes 34-36

Freemasonry - 1888
...And can he be the means of keeping out good Masons lor no other cause than personal spite?" "Answer. Independence of responsibility is an essential ingredient...is not influenced by such motives, or is indulging in such feelings, no one has a right to inquire. No companion can be called to account for the vote...
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Proceedings of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge Jurisdiction ..., Volumes 82-83

Freemasons. Most Worshipful Grand Lodge Jurisdiction of Alabama - African American freemasons - 1902
...responsible to no human power for the vote that he casts on the petition of a candidate. To his owu conscience alone is he to answer for the motives that have led to the act itself." * * "The right, however, to use the black ball carries with it a grave responsibility, and...
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Proceedings of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge Jurisdiction ..., Volumes 88-89

Freemasons. Most Worshipful Grand Lodge Jurisdiction of Alabama - African American freemasons - 1908
...factor iu the exercise of the ballot. A Mason is responsible to uo human power for the vote he easts on the petition of a candidate. To his own conscience...motives that have led to the act and for the act itself. '.Of rciurse it is wrong in the exercise of this inherent right of Independent ballot to be influenced...
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