3 edition of Proceedings of a grand annual communication of the Grand Lodge of Virginia found in the catalog.
Proceedings of a grand annual communication of the Grand Lodge of Virginia
Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Virginia.
1800 by Printed by Brother John Dixon.--P.M. printer to the Grand Lodge of Virginia. in Richmond .
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 37459.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
Hunter Winfree Alexander Patterson K. November 5, the cornerstone was laid for a new school building at Meadville, Missouri. After appropriate exercises a t the old tomb, the procession moved onward to the new tomb, where n o w rests all t h a t is m o r t a l of our distinguished Worsliipful Brother. So began the glorious history of Masonry in Virginia. Vernon Richard M. This conference proved of great value in my visitations over the State and I found in many instances the suggestions I had made and the work outlined had already been organized and started by the time of my visit.
Hoover, D. Often viewed as the Father of Freemasonry in Virginia, Dove is credited with contributing more to the fraternity during his lifetime than any other person and with preserving numerous Masonic documents that might otherwise have been lost. January 4,to the Wor. Sanders Geo.
The events of this p a s t year have been calculated,to bring t h e lessons of patriotism very closely to t h e attention of every l o y a l Mason. All these thoughts, and more, pressed close upon the i m a g ination of every brother, a n d t h e spirit of patriotism a n d of Masonry swelled in every breast. Brother Freelon K. After its organization, the convention proceeded to the election of a Grand Master. In my visits over the state, even in the smallest lodges, I found generally good ritualistic work and was most courteously received. Thackston Jessie M.
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In regular form a lodge in Germany was requested to confer the FeIIowcraft and Master Mason degrees but Brother Byrum was transferred before the degrees could be conferred.
The trustees remembering their promise introduced a resolution to reduce the dues. Stratton Edgar Thomas W. Brother Frank S.
Reader, Grand Secretary, presented his report for the period September 11, to September 10,which was received and ordered printed in the Proceedings. Brother Ittner served as Grand Master of this Grand Lodge in and and for many years as its Grand Lecturer until his retirement.
I n Testimony Whereof, we have caused the seal of the G r a n d Lodge to be hereunto afBxed, a n d have subscribed to the s a m e a t t h e City of Winfleld, in the S t a t e of K a n s a sthis twentyeighth d a y of October, A. II-Montgomery Lodge No. Johnson P. School of Instruction, Macon, Mo.
How well I have succeeded only time and the effort of the individual members will tell. Master of Valley Park Lodge No. Crumbaugh 50 Cass Marcellus Proceedings of a grand annual communication of the Grand Lodge of Virginia book.
On Necrology. June Jefferson Lodge No. Minturn Thomas W. Jefferson D. Smith, according to provisions of Section 1I3-A, under direction of Grand Lecturer or his representative.
The h u m of ma'chinery in factory and workshop upon o u r eastern border has mingled with the song of toil upon our western plains, and an era of contented labor seems upon us. Mairs Carl E. The membership was happy with their dues and wanted money to accomplish some things in the community.
Right Worshipful James Mercer, President of the Convention, called the convention as hereinafter provided, for the 13th day of October, Most all of them were covered by our by-laws or some prior decision of the Grand Master, some on subjects left to the discretion of the local lodge and not proper subject for Grand Lodge interference and some seeking advise on the advisability of given course of action.The custom heretofore prevailing of recording the Proceedings of Annual Communications of the Grand Lodge in a book prepared for the purpose, after they have been made ready for the printer, is discontinued.
In lieu thereof, the orig inal minutes as made in the Grand Lodge should be carefully preserved and filed for future reference. Proceedings of the M.
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