3 edition of By-laws of the Vermont Lodge, no.1 found in the catalog.
By-laws of the Vermont Lodge, no.1
Freemasons. Vermont Lodge, no. 1 (Windsor, Vt.)
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Said memorial sets forth, "that the Boyer Lodge, No.1, of the City of New York, had been some nineteen or twenty years regularly and legally constituted and installed, as a Master Masons Lodge, with a legal Warrant or Charter, issued from the Rt. W. African Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of the City of Boston, in the State of. In the Ancients by warrant (No. 89 in England, No. 1 in Pennsylvania) authorized as a Grand Lodge the "Provincial Grand Lodge" at Philadelphia, and from it is derived our Masonic succession and sovereignty. The early records of this Grand Lodge perished or were lost during the Revolution, but the minutes for J , still exist.
The following is the History of Harmony Lodge, No. 18, as written by Alex Wright, in No attempt was made to update or change this original document since he obviously put into it a lot of work. The original formatting was lost by saving this as a text document, but that is the only deviation from the original. Prince Hall, in his first letter to William Moody, intimated that the lodge had met from , and other evidence of it meeting before the issue of the warrant in are the by-laws dated ,  and a newspaper article in December , to which Prince Hall responded with a letter signed as ‘Master of African Lodge No 1, Dedicated to St.
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SEC. The Masonic Charitable Foundation, a Maine charitable corporation, established by the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Maine, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, shall consist of the Charity Fund of the Grand Lodge of Maine, and such other funds or other property By-laws of the Vermont Lodge are established or accepted for charitable, education or.
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Paul's Royal Arch Chapter, Boston; Instituted A.D. - W Lewis (). The Lodge was named in memory or Brother Daniel Bradford or Lexington Lodge No Brother Bradford was a highly respected Grand Lodge Officer, serving as Grand Master Every lodge in the state of Vermont surrendered charters, and the Vermont Grand Lodge ceased to function.
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Visit our site and learn how to join today. By-laws of St. John's Lodge, No. a of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons [electronic resource]: on the register of the Grand Lodge of Canada, London Ontario, Established October 4th, A.L. to which is added the history and progress of the Lodge during a period of forty-five years, together with the names of the members at date of issue.
The proposition to amend Section XVIII of the Grand Lodge By-Laws to increase the per diem from $ to $ was adopted by more than a two-thirds vote, and the By-Laws so amended.
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Ahiman Rezon, Pennsylvania, shows Stephen Girard was initiated September 7, in Lodge No. 3, Philadelphia; crafted October 1, ; raised Novem An old copy of the by-laws of Lodge No. 3,gives these dates. The Master of each particular Lodge, or one of the Wardens, or some other Brother by his Order, shall keep a Book containing their By-Laws, the Names of their Members, with a List of all the Lodges in Town, and the usual Times and Places of their forming, and all their Transactions that are proper to be written.
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