The True Masonic Chart, Or, Hieroglyphic Monitor; Containing All the Emblems Explained in the Degrees

The True Masonic Chart, Or, Hieroglyphic Monitor; Containing All the Emblems Explained in the Degrees

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1856 edition. Excerpt: recorded in the book of lift eternal. 30. He then retires, and the Chaplain is presented. CHARGE to the Chaplain. E. And Rev. Companion, "You are appointed Chaplain of this Chapter; and I now invest you with this circular jewel, the badge of your office. It is emblematical of eternity, and reminds us that here is not our abiding place. Your inclination will undoubtedly conspire with your duty, when you perform in the Chapter those solemn services which created beings should constantly render to their infinite Creator; and which, when offered by one whose holy profession is, 1 to point to heaven and lead the way, ' may, by refining our morals, strengthening our virtues, and purifying our minds, prepare us fs admission into the society of those above, whose happiness will be as endless as it is perfect." 31. He then retires and the Stewards are prt sented. CHARGE to the Stewards. Companions, You being elected Stewards of this Chapter, I with pleasure invest you with the badges of your office. It is your province to see that every necessary preparation is made for the convenience and accommodation of the Chapter, previous to the time appointed for meeting. You are to see that the clothing, implements and furniture of each degree respectively, are properly disposed, and in suitable array for use, whenever they may be required, and that they are secured, and proper care taken of them, when the business of the Chapter is over. You are to see that necessary refreshments are provided, and that all your companions, and particularly visitors, are suitably accommodated and supplied. You are to be frugal and prudent in your disbursements, and to be careful that no extravagance or waste is committed in your department; and when you more

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  • Paperback | 76 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 154g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123658810X
  • 9781236588104