The constitutions of the ancient and honourable Fraternity of free and accepted masons. Containing their history, charges, regulations, &c. [Compiled] by J. Anderson. Revised, with additions, by J. Entick, Band 1

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Seite 313 - Therefore no master or warden is chosen by seniority, but for his merit. It is impossible to describe these things in writing, and every brother must attend in his place, and learn them in a way peculiar to this fraternity.
Seite 318 - And if any of them do you injury, you must apply to your own or his lodge; and from thence you may appeal to the grand lodge...
Seite 316 - You may enjoy yourselves with innocent Mirth, treating one another according to Ability, but avoiding all Excess, or forcing any Brother to eat or drink beyond his Inclination, or hindering him from going when his Occasions call him, or doing or saying anything offensive, or that may forbid an easy and free Conversation; for that would blast our Harmony, and defeat our Laudable Purposes.
Seite 315 - If any complaint be brought, the brother found guilty, shall stand to the award and determination of the lodge, who are the proper and competent judges of all such controversies, (unless you carry it by appeal to the grand lodge...
Seite 318 - ... the affair of Masonry with the more alacrity and success; but with respect to Brothers or Fellows at law, the Master and Brethren...
Seite 321 - You admit that it is not in the power of any man or body of men to make innovations in the body of Masonry.
Seite 317 - You are to act as becomes a moral and wise man ; particularly not to let your family, friends, and neighbours know the concerns of the Lodge...
Seite 313 - ... in due time, even after he has served such a term of years as the custom of the country directs; and that he should be descended of honest parents; that so. when otherwise...
Seite 343 - If any set or number of masons, shall take upon themselves to form a lodge, without the grand master's warrant, the regular lodges are not to countenance them, nor own them as fair brethren, and duly formed...
Seite 313 - ... perfect youth, having no maim or defect in his body, that may render him incapable of learning the art, of serving his master's lord, and of being made a brother, and then a fellow-craft in due time...

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