Accepted Masons admitted AHIMAN REZON amongst Ancient and Honourable Ancient Craft Ancient Masons Anthony Sayer Architect bless blest Brethren Brother brotherly charge charity Chor CHORUS Constitution Deputy Grand Master Derry divine doth Duke of Atholl ev'ry faithful fame Fraternity Free and Accepted Freemasonry Freemasons friendship glorious grace Grand Chapter Grand Lodge Grand Master orders Grand Officers Grand Secretary Grand Wardens Hail hand happy harmony heart heav'n Holy Royal Arch Ithamar King King Solomon Laurence Dermott laws Lodge of England Lodge of Ireland Lord Maçonnes mankind Masonry Master-mason menne mighty mind Modern Masons moral mystery ne'er never noble o'er odher peace persons praise Prince regular Lodge regulation Right Worshipful Royal Arch Royal Art sacred Scotland secrecy secrets Senate sing society Solomon Solomon's temple SONG square temple thee thou tion true truth TUNE virtue warrant wise worthy
Page 65 - No set or number of brethren shall withdraw, or separate themselves from the lodge in which they were made brethren, or were afterwards admitted members...
Page 12 - Not the rough whirlwind, that deforms Adria's black gulf, and vexes it with storms, The stubborn virtue of his soul can move ; Not the red arm of angry Jove, That flings the thunder from the sky, And gives it rage to roar, and strength to fly. Should the whole frame of nature round him break In ruin and confusion hurl'd, He, unconcern'd, would hear the mighty crack, And stand secure amidst a falling world.
Page 133 - To gentle offices of love His feet are never slow ; He views through mercy's melting eye A brother in a foe. . " Peace from the bosom of his God, My peace to him I give ; And when he kneels before the throne, His trembling soul shall live. " To him protection shall be shown, And mercy from above Descend on those who thus fulfil The perfect law of love.
Page 66 - If any set or number of Masons shall take upon themselves to form a Lodge without the Grand Master's Warrant, the regular Lodges are not to countenance them...
Page 177 - I'll mind you still, tho' far awa'. Oft have I met your social band, And spent the cheerful, festive night ; Oft, honour'd with supreme command, Presided o'er the sons of light : And by that hieroglyphic bright, Which none but craftsmen ever saw ! Strong mem'ry on my heart shall write Those happy scenes when far awa' ! May freedom, harmony, and love, Unite you in the grand design, Beneath th' Omniscient eye above, The glorious Architect Divine ! That you may keep th...
Page xxiv - About the year 1717 some joyous companions who had passed the degree of a craft (though very rusty) resolved to form a lodge for themselves, in order (by conversation) to recollect what had been formerly dictated to them, or, if that should be found impracticable, to substitute something new, which might for the future pass for Masonry amongst themselves.
Page 58 - King, for thy great name's sake, and for our fathers' sake, who trusted in thee, to whom thou didst teach the statutes of life, that they might do after...
Page 39 - You may enjoy yourselves with innocent mirth, treating one another according to ability, but avoiding all excess, or forcing any brother to eat or drink beyond his inclination, or hindering him from going when his occasions call him, or doing or saying...