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CHAPTER III.
Of the Behaviour of Masons, as Members of a Lodge
SECT. I. Of Attendance

II. Of Working -
III. Of Behaviour in the Lodge while open
IV. Of Behaviour after the Lodge is closed -

CHAPTER IV.
Concerning the Behaviour of Masons in their Private Cha-

racter
Sect. I. When a Number of Brethren happen to meet,

without any strangers among them, and not in a formal
Lodge

II. When in the presence of strangers who are not
Masons

III. When at home and in your neighbourhood

IV. Of Behaviour towards a Foreign Brother or
stranger

V. Of Behaviour towards a Brother, whether pre-
sent or absent

VI. Concerning Differences and Lawsuits, if any
such should unhappily arise among Brethren

CHAPTER V.
Of Grand Lodges in general

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ANCIENT CEREMONIES.

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CHAPTER I.
Ceremony of Constituting and Consecrating a Lodge: In-
stalling the Officers

CHAPTER II.
Ceremony observed at Laying the Foundation of Public
Buildings

CHAPTER III
Ceremony at the Opening of a Bridge

CHAPTER IV.
Ceremony observed at the Dedication or Consecration of

Masons' Halls

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CHAPTER V.
Ceremonies observed at Funerals, with the Service used on
such occasions

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Another Funeral Service

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Service at the Grave

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CHAPTER VI.
Processions:
No. I. For one Lodge on common occasions

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II. Grand Procession when the Ceremony of Con-
secrating and Constituting a Lodge is performed in
public

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III. At the Laying the Foundation Stones of Public
Buildings

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THE FREE MASON'S GUIDE.

CHAPTER I.

Vindication of Masonry

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CHAPTER II.

Friendship considered, with the advantages resulting from it 123

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CHAPTER V.
The Government of the Fraternity explained

CHAPTER VI.

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General Remarks

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CHAPTER VII.
The Ceremony of Opening and Closing a Lodge

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Dalcho's Explanation of the Working Tools
Entered Apprentices' Song

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FELLOW CRAFT'S DEGREE

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Remarks on the Second Degree

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Of Operative Masonry

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Of Speculative Masonry

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Of the Use of the Globes

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Of Order in Architecture

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Of its Antiquity

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The Tuscan

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The Doric

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The Ionic

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The Corinthian

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The Composite

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The Five Senses of Human Nature

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Grammar

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Rhetoric

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Logic

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-Arithmetic

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Geometry

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Music

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Astronomy

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Charge at Initiation into the Second Degree ·

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MASTER MASON .

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The Pot of Incense

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The Bee-hive

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The Book of Constitution

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The Sword pointing to a Naked Heart

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All-seeing Eye

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The Anchor and Ark

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The Forty-seventh Problem of Euclid

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The Hour-glass

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The Scythe

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The Three Steps

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Charge at Raising to the Sublime Degree of a Master
Mason

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MARK MASTER

King Solomon's Letter to Hiram
Hiram's Reply

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Charge read in Lodge
Remarks on the Fourth Lecture
Charge on Advancement in this Degree
Mark Master's Song
Parable
Prayer at Closing -

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PAST MASTER'S DEGREE

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MOST EXCELLENT MASTER

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Remarks on the Sixth or Most Excellent Master's Degree 211
Most Excellent Master's Song

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Charge to a Most Excellent Master

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ROYAL ARCH MASON'S DEGREE

Observations on the Seventh Degree
Prayer at Exaltation
Ahabath Olam, another Prayer
Charge to a newly exalted Companion ·

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CEREMONIES and CHARGES upon the Installation of the
Officers of a R. A. Chapter.

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Prayer -

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Address to the High Priest

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King

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Scribe

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Captain of the Host

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Principal Sojourner

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Royal Arch Captain

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Master of the Third Veil

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Master of the Second Veil

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Master of the First Veil -

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Masters of the Three Veils as Overseers 274
Treasurer

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Secretary

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Chaplain

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Address to the Stewards

Tyler
High Priust
Officers generally

Chapter at large
HISTORY OF FREE MASONRY IN AMERICA -
Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania

New Hampshire
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Vermont
N. - York
Ne - Jersey -
Ker ucky
Vir: nia
Del vare
Nor. Carolina
South Carolina
Ohio
Georgia
Maryland
District of Columbia

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REASONS why the Ladies have never been admitted to the
Society of Free Masons

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HYMNS, SONGS, and ODES

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Ode at the Dedication of a Lodge -

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Ode performed at the Dedication of Free Masons' Hall in
London, May 23, 1776

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The Mason's Aureu

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Anthem

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Solomon's Temple, an Oratorio

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