The Freemason and Masonic Illustrated. a Weekly Record of Progress in Freemasonry Volume 46

The Freemason and Masonic Illustrated. a Weekly Record of Progress in Freemasonry Volume 46

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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. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...Treas., R. H. Marchbank, P.M., Sec.; C. W. Pond, S.D.; T. E. Pond, J.D.;. G. Littlechild, P.M., D.C.; E. Cole, I.G.; C. May, G. W. Ash, Eber Caudwell, M.D., and H. H. M. Hancock, Stewards; W. A. Wilkinson, Org.; H. Youens, Tyler. The Lodge has commenced with an exceptionally strong list of Founders, which, in addition to those mentioned above, include Bros. Charles Hopkins, G.. Ayling, P.M., ohn R. Balderson. E. B. Tucker, . A. Taylor, W. Clark, . Gregory, C. T. Lee, '1'. Edwards, F. Webb, J.. Gordon, W.. Wheatley, A. F. Foulds, and F. H. Rutledge, and as the whole of the furniture and fitments of the Lodge have been subscribed for and presented by the Founders, it has the additional good fortune to commence what it is hoped will be a long period of life and usefulness with excellent prospects. Among the visitors present to witness the splendid working were Bros. C. Pulman, P.G. Std. Br.; H. Sadler, G. Tyler; and Russell. P.G. Std. Br. The Consecrating Oflicers were unanimously elected honorary members of the Lodge and were the recipients of a Founder's jewel, for which Bro. Sir E. Letchworth returned thanks. After a Committee to frame the by-laws of the new Lodge had been elected, and several propositions made for Initiation and Joining membership, the Brethren congregated in the banqueting hall. At the close of the banquet the new W.M. rose and briefly proposed the toast of the "King and the Craft," and followed with that of "The Most Worshipful the Grand Master." In proposing the toast of "The Pro G.M., the Deputy, and the rest of the Grand Officers," the W.M. said there was a goodly array present, and he was sure the Brethren cordially welcomed them. The work of the Grand Oflicers was...show more

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  • Paperback | 764 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 39mm | 1,338g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236800699
  • 9781236800695