Excerpt from Address of General Grand Master: Seventh Triennial Assembly, Cincinnati, Ohio, September 24th, 1900
As your servant and fellow workman, regretting unfilled hopes hopes and withered ambitions to conquer all apparent, fancied 'or real opposition throughout this Union, towards this General Grand Body; I come bringing some magnificent sheaves to gladden every true, loving, loyal member of the Crypt.
In the atmosphere of this Body, made holy by the memory of the great and good who have. Completed their labors in our midst, let us pause to thank our Gracious Heavenly Father for His numberless blessings, kind providences, and watchful care over us, beginning our deliberations with a sincere determination to do nothing that may bring reproach on His cause here, but in every word and act seek His glory.
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