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An oration, addressed to the fraternity of Free Masons

Mann, James

An oration, addressed to the fraternity of Free Masons

in the presence of a large concourse of people, on the tenth of October, in Wrentham, at a public installation of the officers of Montgomery Lodge, which usually convene at Franklin.

by Mann, James

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Published by by Nathaniel Heaton, Jun. in Printed at Wrentham, Massachusetts .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Freemasons -- Addresses, essays, lectures.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy R.W. James Mann.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 34043.
    ContributionsFreemasons. Montgomery Lodge (Franklin, Mass.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination32 p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14607785M

    James Anderson (ca. /–), Presbyterian minister best known for his influence on the early development of Freemasonry. Author of "The Constitutions of the Free-Masons" () and The New Book of Constitutions of the Antient and Honourable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons (). "Illustrations of Masonry, by one of the fraternity who has devoted thirty years to the subject. 'God said, Let there be light, and there was light.'" In conformity to the act of Congress of the United States, entitled "An act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the copies of maps, charts and books, to theFile Size: KB.

    Constitutions of the antient fraternity of free and accepted masons containing their history, charges, regulations, &c. First compiled by James Anderson, D.D. A new edition revised, enlarged, and brought down to the year , by John Noorthouck. APA citation style: Spurgeon, J. R., Freemasons. Grand Lodge Of The Republic Of Liberia & Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection. () The lost word, or, The search for truth: oration delivered before the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free Masons in the Republic of Liberia, Monrovia. [Monrovia, Liberia: Press of the College of West Africa] [Pdf] Retrieved from the.

    Freemasonry has been characterized as a fraternity devoted to high ideals and admirable benevolence. Community service and charitable work are in fact principal Masonic activities. Masonry was founded on the principles of brotherly love, relief, and truth, and takes seriously its responsibility to help others. Minutes of the right worshipful Grand Lodge of the most ancient and honorable fraternity of Free and accepted masons of Pennsylvania and masonic jurisdiction thereunto belonging Volume 6 [Freemasons. Grand Pennsylvania] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original Author: Freemasons. Grand Pennsylvania.


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An oration, addressed to the fraternity of Free Masons: in the presence of a large concourse of people, on the tenth of October, in Wrentham, at a public installation of the officers of Montgomery Lodge, which usually convene at Franklin.

James Mann ; Freemasons. Montgomery Lodge (Milford, Mass.). An oration, addressed to the fraternity of Free Masons, in the presence of a large concourse of people, on the tenth of October, in Wrentham, at a public installation of the officers of Montgomery Lodge, which usually convene at Franklin.

/ by: Mann, James, From Freemasons to frat houses: The secret societies we know very little about bestseller for its claim to lift the lid on the fascinating world of Freemasonry. In this and their previous book.

Todd E. Creason, 33° is the Founder of the Midnight Freemasons blog, and an award-winning author of several books and novels, including the Famous American Freemasons series. Todd started the Midnight Freemason blog inand in he opened it up as a contributor blog The Midnight Freemasons (plural).

Masonic Books Herein are an assortment of Masonic book recommendations, books about Freemasonry, texts about its kindred sciences and materials about or relating to fraternity.

While this is an extensive collection, it by no means represents a full and complete list and new editions and materials will be added as time progresses. Christopher L. Hodapp is the author of Freemasons For Dummies, the worldwide, best-selling introduction to the Masonic fraternity; Solomon's Builders: Freemasons, Founding Fathers and the Secrets of Washington D.C.; and Deciphering the Lost most recent book, Heritage Endures, was published in January Since he has been on the Board of the Masonic.

Book of the Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry () by Charles T. McClenehan: Confessio Fraternitatis or The Confession of the Laudable Fraternity of the Most Honorable Order of the Rosy Cross, written to All the Learned of Europe.

Just as with Freemasonry proper participants in the Greek system also swear an oath of fidelity and use secret handshakes (University of Texas Arlington - Greek Life Origins).The oath sworn involves a lifetime commitment to fellow members of the fraternity (Methodist University - Fraternity Sorority Life).A further possible Masonic influence is the use of heraldic coats of arms which are.

A Mason (or Freemason) is a member of a fraternity known as Masonry (or Freemasonry). A fraternity is a group of men (just as a sorority is a group of women) who join together because: There are things they want to do in the world; There are things they want to do "inside their own minds;" They enjoy being together with men they like and respect.

Freemasonry or Masonry consists of fraternal organisations that trace their origins to the local fraternities of stonemasons that from the end of the fourteenth century regulated the qualifications of stonemasons and their interaction with authorities and clients. Modern Freemasonry broadly consists of two main recognition groups.

Regular Freemasonry insists that a volume of scripture be open. So, to address that absence, this e-book was created to help address the ques-tion “What is Freemasonry?” In its present tense, and not in a manner that ne-cessitates a long detail of the past.

I hope, in some small measure, this book answers some of the questions that someone new to the fraternity would ask. And, in answering them, I hope itFile Size: 2MB. I'm a Sigma Nu, and the introduction of our ritual book, the influence of Freemasonry is acknowledged.

It also says this: "A confidential study conducted under the auspices of the National Interfraternity Conference by Dr. Francis W. Shepardson of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity showed a strong similarity in the ceremonies of all social fraternities. John's Bizzack's is a unique take on explaining the very real history and philosophy that has driven frustrated Masons for 25 years to find a way to return even just a handful of American lodges to the traditions and visions Masons first had when the fraternity began to spread westward across the wilderness after the Revolution/5(5).

Design Your Own Custom Masonic Rings Library of Masonic Books & Authors Masonic Books books related to Freemasonry. Acacian Lyrics by L A H Munday. Accepted Ceremonies of Craft Freemasonry by A Mason. Address To The Veterans of Pennsylvania by I Register. Essay On The Mysteries of Free Masons by W H Reece.

An Online Electronic Edition. Right Worshipful Fraternity of Accepted Free-Masons. This is an online electronic edition of the the first Masonic book printed in America, which was produced in Philadelphia by Benjamin Franklin inand was a reprint of a work by James Anderson (who is identified as the author in an appendix) printed in.

In he was the Grand Orator of some Masonic body in Paris and gave an oration, apparently as part of the initiation of new members.

It is famous because it contains in one place most of the major components of the high degrees. Here are a few excerpts from Ramsay’s oration, which was published in and later found in a manuscript version.

That a book of the law of God must constitute an indispensable part of the furniture of every Lodge. That all men in the sight of God, are equal, and meet in the lodge on one common level. That Freemasonry is a secret society, in possession of secrets that cannot be divulged. An oration delivered on the centennial anniversary of the initiation of General George Washington, among the ancient and honorable fraternity of Freemasons, before the Grand lodge of Rhode Island, in Newport, November 4, () - Stewart, Kensey Johns.

So how many of you were in a fraternity in college. If you were, feel free to mention the name of your old fraternity, and stories relevant towards your eventual decision to join Freemasonry, etcEDIT: I suppose I should answer my own questions. I was in Kappa Kappa Psi, President of the fraternity for two years.

Freemasonry. College Fraternities Linked to Freemasonry. "Through hell week, hazing, and ridicule the candidate is broken down into acts of submission to his fraternity or her me loyalty is put in place by vows and oaths, some on penalty of death.". Freemasonry's position on Catholics joining the Fraternity Masonic bodies do not ban Catholics from joining if they wish to do so.

[] There has never been a Masonic prohibition against Catholics joining the fraternity, and some Freemasons are Catholics, despite the Catholic Church's prohibition of joining the freemasons.We, as freemasons, are encouraged to 'make a daily advancement in masonic knowledge'.Information on Freemasonry is available from many sources, e.g., official publications of Grand Lodge, books, periodicals, encyclopedias, CDs and audio and video tapes, to say nothing of other learned brethren in person, lodges of instruction, lodges of research and their transactions, seminars and study.The answer is simple.

A Mason (or Freemason) is a member of a fraternity known as Masonry (or Freemasonry). A fraternity is a group of men (just as a sorority is a group of women) who join together because: There are things they want to do in the world.

There .