The Freemason and Masonic Illustrated. a Weekly Record of Progress in Freemasonry Volume 1-2

The Freemason and Masonic Illustrated. a Weekly Record of Progress in Freemasonry Volume 1-2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1869 edition. Excerpt: ...as strong as ever. (Bro. Portal is one of the veterans of the Grand Lodge, and has supported the degree with llnswerving fidelity.) He further expressed his delight at the progress which had been made, and-concluded by proposin in eulogistic terms the health of the ' Deputy Gran Master." A French song, which elicited great applause, was-then sung by Herr Deck. Sir E. H. LECHMERE, Bart, returned thanks. The health of the "Grand Officers" was then;proposed by the Grand Master, who alluded to their services, and to the great assistance which they had-rendered to the degree. The toast was mostcordially drunk. Bros. Hmnxa and J. UiAi.i., responded. Bro. Henley then sang a charming ditty. The M.'W.G.hI. then announced the toast of the evening, " Success to the Mark Grand Lodge Benevolent Fund;" and gave an explanation of its origin and objects. He very justly associated with the toast the name of Bro. Megg, J.G.W., to whose unpflI'Zilll(l:8XBI'l'.lOlS so much of the Festival's success Was clearly due. A well-deserved reception was accorded to Bro. Meggy's name, and Bro. Binckes, G.S., then pro ceeded to read the list of donations, amongst which wenoticed t1iatR.W. Bro. F. Martin Williams, .ll.P., Prov. G. M. for Cornwall, who is always foremost in every good work, heading the list with fifteen guineas. The G. Master and D. G. Master contributed five guineas each, and Lords Carnarvon and Percy were also amongst the donors. The Stewards, whose lists were read, were Bros. Binckes ( 52 10s.), T. Meggy T. Wescombe, T. J. Sabine and S. Rosenthal, and the total announced was upwards of 80. Bro. Manor then expressed his acknowledgments for the manner in which his name had been received....show more

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  • Paperback | 814 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 41mm | 1,424g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236761340
  • 9781236761347