Ars Quatuor Coronatorum: Being the Transactions of the Quatuor Coronati Lodge No. 2076, London, Volume 13

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W. J. Parre H, Limited, 1900
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Page 9 - We the Grand Lodge of the most Ancient and Honourable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons...
Page 16 - Articles agreed to be kept and observed by the Ancient Society of Freemasons in the City of York and to be subscribed by every Member thereof at their admittance into the said Society.
Page 131 - The waters compassed me about even to the soul: the depth closed me round about, the weeds were wrapped about my head. I went down to the bottoms of the mountains; the earth with her bars was about me for ever: yet hast Thou brought up my life from corruption, O Lord my God.
Page 165 - Malta, and of the aforesaid preceding degrees of Knights of the Sword, Knights of the East, and Knights of the East and West, commonly called...
Page 125 - ... otherwise this warrant to be of no force or virtue. Given under our hands, and the seal of the grand lodge, at...
Page 17 - The Bowl shall be filled at the monthly Lodges with Punch once, Ale, Bread, Cheese, and Tobacco in common, but if any more shall be called for by any Brother, either for eating or drinking, that Brother so calling shall pay for it himself besides his club. 5. — The Master or Deputy shall be obliged to call for a Bill exactly at ten o'clock, if they meet in the evening, and discharge it.
Page 17 - An Hour shall be set apart to talk Masonry. 14. — No person shall be admitted into the Lodge but after having been strictly examined. 15. — No more persons shall be admitted as Brothers of this Society that shall keep a Public-House.
Page 61 - ... his Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland, and the Grand Lodge, have been graciously pleased to grant to the African Lodge, in Boston. As the brethren have a desire to acknowledge all favors shown them, they, in this public manner, return particular thanks to a certain member of the Fraternity who offered the so generous reward in this paper, some time since, for the Charter, supposed to be lost; and to assure him, though they doubt of his friendship, that he has made them many good friends."...
Page 17 - Brothers are to be made. 8. Any Brother or Brothers presuming to call a Lodge with a design to make a Mason or Masons, without the Master or Deputy, or one of them deputed, for every such offence shall forfeit the sum of Five Pounds.
Page 5 - You know we can boast that the first Grand Lodge ever held in England was held in this city, where Edwin, the first Christian king of Northumbria, about the six hundredth year after Christ, and who laid the foundation of our Cathedral, sat as Grand Master.

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