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was read, and the appropriation therein asked large and attentive audience, including a large for made :
number of ladies, the platform being occupied EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, by the officers of the Chapter and their guests.
New-YORK, March 29, 1852. To the Chancery of the State of New-York:
Grand Sachem, William W. Osborn, presided. CHANCELLORS:-On the 18th of the present
The exercises of the evening were opened month, I became informed of the death of the with prayer by the Rev. pastor of the veteran of the Revolution, and the last of the Life
Sullivan street Methodist Episcopal church. Guard of Washington, Henry Gibson, who honored our Order with his presence at Metropolitan Hall
Brother Ira A, Campbell, of American Chapon the 23d February last, at the celebration of ter, was then introduced, who delivered a Washington's Birth-day.
short but pertinent address, explanatory of On the evening of ihe same day, I received a note from Captain J. C. Helme, Senior Captain (f
the objects of the Order. After which Past the Continental Companies of the city, stating that Chancellor Joseph R. Hoff, on behalf of the the aged hero was to be buried from the City Hall
trustees of the Chapter, presented, with a few on the 22d instant, with military and civic honors, under the direction of the several Continental Com
eloquent and appropriate remarks, a handpanies, and extending an invitation to our Order to
somely bound copy of the Holy Scriptures. join with the Continentals in this expression (about This beautiful gift was received in the name to be given) of respect to the memory of the aged
of the Chapter by Chaplain James Laws. veteran, Deeming the occasion of the funeral services of
The Rev. W. S. Balch was then introduced one who had been with Washington, and served to the audience, and proceeded to deliver & with bim in achieving our liberties, was one full of most eloquent and logical address, his subject interest to us as Americans, and an occasion which should call for a public manifestation of the esti
being The Incompatibility of Popery with Remation in which the great services of those patriots publican Institutions. As a basis to his disof the Revolution are held by our Order, I caused
course, the reverend orator proceeded to anato be published in the several papers of Friday and Saturday, the 19th and 20th instante, an invi.
lyze the radical properties of the two elements, tation and request to the Hon. the Chancery of this Republicanism and Popery; the former er. State and of the State of New-Jersey, and also the hibiting a system of government founded on members of the Order under their respective jurisdictions, to assemble at Chancery-rooms, in full re
the expressed will of the people, and the other galia, on Monday, the 22d instant, and unite in the exhibiting a system of government emanating funeral services of that occasion.
from the will of a single man; and from this I am happy to say it was responded to by our Order very generally; and a majority of Chancery,
basis he drew the very natural deduction that together with officers and members of our several the two could not liarmonize, and that where Chapters, to the number of about one thousand, they exist together, the one or the other must assembled at our rooms, and proceeded in a body |
direct the temporal affairs of the people, the to the Park, where we united with the Continental Companies, and proceeded with the remains of the
one sustaining and the other destroying civil venerable hero to Greenwood Cemetery, and saw and religious liberty. The address was listened them deposited in their final resting place.
to with profound attention and repeated erOur Order returned to the city in the same regularity, escorted by the several companies of Con
pressions of approval. At the close of the tinentals.
address, the audience, by a unanimous vote, The following expenses were incurred for the extended to the reverend gentleman a request occasion, viz. :
that he will repeat, at some appropriate place, Dodworth's full band, • . - $65 Advertising,
the lecture recently delivered by him in reply · · · 11
to “The Catholic Chapter” of Bishop Hughes. Total, · · · · $76 A committee of arrangements was at once for which amount I respectfully ask an appropria appointed by the audience; and we are since tion by Chancery. (Signed) W. W. OSBORN,
informed that the lecture will be given at the Grand Sachem of the State of New York. Broadway Tabernacle, on Monday, 5th of The next meeting of the Chancery will be April, the price of tickets to be one shilling. held on Monday evening, 12th instant, at This will be one of the most interesting disLow's building, No. 9 Court street, Brooklyn courses delivered at the Tabernacle during the
present season. AMERICAN CHAPTER, No. 6, celebrated their The anniversary of American Chapter closed anniversary on Tuesday evening, March 23, 1 with music, with which all the exercises of the at Bleecker Hall, corner of Morton street. The evening were interspersed, Brother Rookwood hall was tastefully decorated for the occasion presiding at the melodeon, and the company with flags and banners, and was filled with a l separated highly gratified.
07 The names of the 9. and C. C. of Chapters will be inserted at $2 per annum.
STATE OF NEW-YORK.
| Huguenot, No. 42, Friday, Port Richmond, 8. I. Wm. W. Osborn, G. S.--Chas. E. Gildersleve, G. C. C.
E Pluribus Unum, No. 43, Wed., c. Bowery and Broome g Alpha, No. 1, Saturday, cor. Broadway and Grand street.
Liberty Tree, No. 44, Friday, Commercial Buildings, Albany. Washington, No. 2, Thursday, cor, Grand and Ludlow sts.
Union, No. 45, Thursday, Fort Chester. Warren, No. 3, Tuesday, Court st., near Fulton, Brooklyn.
Ringgold, No. 46, Tuesday, Greensburg, Dobbs' Ferry. A.C. Page, 8.-C. F. Hermance, C. C.
Ironsides, No. 47, Friday, corner Grand and Broadway. Manhattan, No. 4, Thursday, corner Avenue C and 4th st.
American Eagle, No. 48, Mamaroneck, Wednesday. Lawrence, No. 5, Thursday, cor. 128th street and 3d Av.
Jefferson, No. 49, Tuesday, comer 29th street and 8th Av. American, No. 6, Monday, 360 Broadway.
Oneachta, No. 50, Poughkeepsie, Thursday. Columbia, No. 7, Thursday, cor. Bleecker and Morton sts.
Valley Forge, No. 51, Wednesday, 149 Sixteenth street. Putnam, No. 8, Wednesday, corner Grand and Ludlow sts.
Wayne, No. 52, Tuesday, corner Grove and Hudson sts. Franklin, No. 9, Friday, corner Grand and Ludlow sts.
Peekskill, No. 53, Tuesday, Peekskill.
Fort Greene, No. 54, Wed., Granada Hall, Myrtle Av., B'n, Paulding, No. 10, Tuesday, corner 230 st, and 8th Av.
Empire, No. 55, Friday, 187 Bowery. Marion, No. 11, Friday, Court st., near Fulton, Brooklyn.
Star Spangled Banner, No. 56, Wednesday, Albany, Continental, No. 12, Thursday, 327 Bowery.
United States, No. 57, 283 Grand Street.
Constitution, No. 58, Smithville, L. I.
STATE OF NEW-JERSEY.
John H. Lyon, G. S.-J. B. Cleveland, G. C. C. Liberty, No. 15, Friday, 149 Bowery.
Pioneer, No. 1, Friday, Morris' Buildings, Newark.
James R. Sanford, 8.-Henry Babbitt, C. O.
Clark, No. 2, Monday, Rahway.
Nathan Hale, No. 3, Thursday, Morris' Buildings, Newark, Ethan Allen, No. 20, Tuesday, c. S. 1st & 4th sts., Wil'b'g.
Morgan, No. 4, Tuesday, Hoboken. Perry, No. 21, Thursday, corner 23d street and 8th Av.
Jersey Blue, No. 5, Monday, New-Brunswick. Charter Oak, No. 22, Monday, 327 Bowery.
American, No. 6, Friday, Franklin Hall, Jersey City. Fort Washington, No. 23, Yonkers.
Washington, No. 7, Wednesday, Orange, Woodhull, No. 24, Wednesday, Jamaica, L. I.
American Eagle, No. 8, Tuesday, Paterson. Champe, No. 25, Thursday, corner Grove and Hudson sts.
Geo. L. Sneden, S.-Andrew Van Bussom, c. c. Plymouth, No. 26, Thursday, Court st., near Fulton, Br'kn
Monmouth, No. 9, Thursday, Freebold. Bunker Hill, No. 27, Friday, cor. Bleecker and Morton sts.
American Flag, No. 10, Tuesday, Morris' Buildings, New’k.
Liberty, No. 11, Wednesday, Bergen. Excelsior, No. 28, Tuesday, corner Grand and Ludlow sts.
Columbia, No. 12, Saturday, Madison. Independence, No. 29, Wednesday, National Hall,
Excelsior, No. 13, Monday, Morris' Buildings, Newark.
Raritan Chapter, No. 14, Keyport.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT.
Roger Sherman, No.1, Tuesday, Globe Building, N. H. Worth, No. 34, Wednesday, Astoria, L. I.
Putnam, No. , Wednesday, S. of T. Hall, Middleton. Jasper, No. 35, Monday, corner Bleecker and Morton sts.
Mount Vernon, No. 8, Centreville.
Ethan Allen, No. 4, Fairbaven.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS. New-York, No. 41, Friday, corner Grove and Hudson sts. | Ilancock, No. 1, Thursday, 64; Hanover street, Boston.
DIRECTORY OF CHAPTERS, U. D. A.
Alpha, No. , Monday afternojn, 2 o'clock, 0.0.A. Hall, | Lady Perry, No. 6, Monday afternoon, 2 o'clock, corner comer Ludlow and Grand streets.
of 29th street and 8th avenue. Columbia, No. 2, Wednesday afternoon, 2 o'clock, corner | New-York, No. 7, Wednesday afternoon, corner Lispenard Hudson and Grove streets.
street and Broadway. Lady Washington, No. 3, Monday evening, 7 o'clock,
, No. 8, 0.U. A. Hall, corner Ludlow and Grand streets. | La Motte, No. 9, Thursday evening, 7 o'clock, Allen, near Lady Putnam, No. 4, Monday evening, 7 o'clock, No. 360
Grand street. Grand street.
Lady Champe, No. 10, Wednesday afternoon, 2 o'clock Pocahontas, No. 5, Monday afternoon, 2 o'clock, Fountain
corner Hudson and Grove sts, Ashe and Hall.
Liberty Star, No. 1, Newark, New-Jersey, Wednesday Hall, 149 Bowery.
evening, 7 o'clock, Morris' Buildings, Broad st.
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