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Seite 79 - chap., 3rd verse, last clause, " As the Lord liVeth and as thy soul liveth, there is but a step between me and death." In the course of his sermon he thus spoke of the Masonic worth of the departed Brother, which was undoubtedly reciprocated by all who heard him.
Seite 149 - The end and moral purport of Masonry, is to subdue our passions ; not to do our own will ; to make a daily progress in a laudable art; to promote morality, charity, good fellowship, good nature, and humanity."—ANDERSON. " She is the brightness of the everlasting LIGHT, the unspotted mirror of tb« power of God, and the Image of His
Seite 540 - City," and is a clever and spirited illustration of the sentiment intended to be conveyed by the verse: — •• And when the solemn and deep church bell Entreats the soul to pray, The midnight phantoms feel the spell. The shadows sweep away.
Seite 42 - once seen to smile. Where sighs, and groans, and shrieks, that rent the air, Are made, not mark'd ; where violent sorrow seems A modern ecstasy ; the dead man's knell Is there scarce ask'd, for who; and good men's lives
Seite 514 - and pleasant a thing it is for . . . Brethren to dwell together in unity!' It is because I firmly believe that the Master and Brethren of the Royal Sussex Lodge fully enter into the spirit of this Psalm; because, not only is the working of our Craft most efficiently and instructively carried out by them, but the
Seite 422 - "Jachin and Boaz, or an authentic key to the door of Freemasonry, both ancient and modern. Calculated not only for the instruction of every new made Mason, but also for the information of all who intend to become Brethren." London, 1750. Fifth edition, London, Nicol, 1764. Other new editions by the same printer in 1776, 1777, 1779, 1788, 1791,
Seite 462 - and will espouse his cause so far as to extricate him from the same, whether he be right or wrong." For the benefit of the uninitiated, we will transcribe two sentences from the authorised ritual, which will satisfy any fair and candid person that the charge, which has been made against Freemasonry of
Seite 376 - Sword-bearer, walked, the Brethren falling in in rotation, thus reversing the order of procession. Prayers were impressively read by Bro. the Rev. W. Buller of Dorchester, the sermon being preached by the Prov. Chaplain, Bro. the Rev. JC Parr, of Parkstone, Poole, from 1 Samuel, c. xviii v. iii. " Then Jonathan and David made a covenant, because he loved him as his own soul.
Seite 295 - religion above hinted;' which refers to the following passage in the first Charge: ' in ancient times the Christian Masons were charged to comply with the Christian usages of each country, where they travelled or worked ; but Masonry being found in all nations, even of divers religions, they are now only charged to adhere to