One of his texts was this: If he would prosper, he must train with the majority; in matters of large moment, like politics and religion, he must think and feel with the bulk of his neighbors, or suffer damage in his social standing and in his business prosperities.
But it appears that the originals have since been discovered, and they have been printed by Brother W. As for Britain, its fleet has been its alter ego. It was agreed by the assembly that all the Lodges of Scotland should be summoned to appear by themselves, or proxies, on the approaching Saint Andrew's Day, at Edinburgh, to take the necessary steps for the election of a Grand Master.
The outside influences are always pouring in upon us, and we are always obeying their orders and accepting their verdicts. It was deeply impressed upon me. Saint Alban loved Masons well and cherished them much, and he made their pay right good; viz. Charles Mackie says of him Preernasen, May,page that "he was considered one of the best and greatest Masons of the age.
But in the yearWilliam Saint Clair, to whom the Hereditary Protectorship had descended in due course of succession, having no children of his own, became anxious that the office of Grand Master should not become vacant at his death.
It may be that such an opinion has been born somewhere, at some time or other, but I suppose it got away before they could catch it and stuff it and put it in the museum.
Clair of Rosslyn or Rossline, or Roslin tendered his "resignation of the office of hereditary Grand Master" in order that in the future no confusions would arise as between his family and any Grand Master.
The Freemasons of England have claimed Saint Alban as being intimately connected with the early history of the Fraternity in that island. An empress introduced the hoopskirt, and we know the result. Moreover the sea is one of the oldest of callings, millennia older than Homer who celebrated it, for the first ships appeared at the same time as the first houses and the most ancient cities.
Historians have doubted that any family ever held a suzerainty over the Craft in Scotland. His position in the Grand Lodge Library gave him access to all the old records of the Grand Lodge of England, and enabled him to write most valuable books on various points in connection with the history of English Freemasonry.
As for Britain, its fleet has been its alter ego. After alluding to his voluntary resignation of his high office for the good of the Order, he ad fled: Its name is Public Opinion. If ever a truly complete history of Freemasonry is written, omitting nothing important enough to have a chapter of its own, it will tell the story of how seamen of Britain, America, and the maritime countries of Europe carried Masonry around the world; so that if they had no share in its antiquity they had a large share in that other Landmark, its universality.
The term "York" was therefore introduced into America by Canadian and British Lodges and Brethren, and hence did not originate here. The Sadducees were the most conservative of forces, the Pharisees more advanced in the later thoughts and tendencies.
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The Fuggers were another, except that they were financiers. About three inches in depth at the bottom of No. While Jesus condemned the Sadducees and Pharisees, he is nowhere found criticizing the gets, words, or doctrines of the third sect of the Jews, the Essenes; wherefore, it has been strongly favored that Jesus was himself one of the last-named sect, who in many excellent qualities resembled Freemasons.
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