4 edition of General regulations for the government of the Grand Lodge of New-Jersey found in the catalog.
General regulations for the government of the Grand Lodge of New-Jersey
Freemasons. Grand Lodge of New Jersey
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 12612|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||44|
And because Freemasonry is admittedly the father of the lodge system, to prove our points we will quote from accepted Masonic sources such as the Encyclopedia of Freemasonry, written by Albert G. Mackey, past General Grand High Priest, and once Secretary General of the Supreme Council, 33rd Degree, for Southern Jurisdiction of U.S. Mackey spent. Ancient charges, constitution, by-laws and rules of order of the M. W. Grand Lodge of Free and accepted masons of the state of Indiana: and the general regulations for the government of lodges, with installation ceremonials and ritual for burial of the dead, resolutions, edicts and decisions in f Format Book.
After the organization of the Premier Grand Lodge in , the "Charges of a Freemason" were extracted from the old manuscript copies and a set of thirty-nine "General Regulations" were adopted, the last of which reads in part as follows: "Every Annual Grand Lodge has an inherent power and authority to make new Regulations, or to alter these. You may request an off-site ballot if you are a PM of any lodge in a recognized jurisdiction and a member in good standing of a Lodge under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of New Jersey, F&AM. Please note that the WM, SW and JW must cast the vote assigned to their office on-site (per C&L).
But the laws, enacted from time to time by Grand Lodges for their local government, no matter how old they may be, do not constitute landmarks, and may, at any time, be altered or expunged, since the 39th regulation declares expressly that "every annual Grand Lodge has an inherent power and authority to make new regulations or to alter these. THE LODGE AND ITS GOVERNMENT. 1. THE room in which a certain number of Freemasons assemble, for business connected with the institution, is called a LODGE. The assembly, or organized body of Freemasons, is also called a Lodge, just as the word CHURCH is expressive both of the congregation and the place in which they meet to worship.
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Get this from a library. General regulations for the government of the Grand Lodge of New-Jersey. [Freemasons. Grand Lodge of New Jersey.]. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Freemasons. Grand Lodge of New Jersey.
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Worcester, Mass.: American Antiquarian Society, 1 microopaque ; 23 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. Second series ; no. Description: 44 pages: Series Title. any office in the Grand Lodge; Grand Chap-lains, Grand Organist and Grand Tyler ex-cepted.
It is incompatible with the laws of this society for any brother to hold more than one office in the Grand Lodge at the same time. Each permanent member of the Grand Lodge shall be allowed one vote and no more, and every lodge in this jurisdiction shall be. General regulations for the government of the Grand Lodge of New-Jersey.
[Freemasons. Grand Lodge of New Jersey.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book\/a>, schema:MediaObject\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. Annowhen he was Grand-Master, and approv'd by the GRAND-LODGE on St.
John Baptist's Day, Annoat Stationer's-Hall, London; when the most noble PRINCE John Duke of MONTAGU was unanimously chosen our Grand-Master for the Year ensuing; who chose JOHN BEAL M.
his Deputy GRAND-MASTER; and Mr. Josiah Villeneau / Mr. Thomas Morris, jun. were chosen by the Lodge GRAND. Ancient York Masons. Grand Lodge of South Carolina.
General rules and regulations for the government of the Grand Lodge [electronic resource]: (and the several lodges under the jurisdiction thereof.) of South-Carolina, (Ancient York Masons.) established at Charleston, March 24th, in the year of our Lordand of Masonry 42nd Annual Brotherhood Night Hosted by The Grand Lodge of Delaware Friday, Ma NUR Shrine Temple S.
DuPont Highway New Castle, DE Social Hour: PM Dinner: PM $ Click HERE for PDF. Grand Junior Warden, and Grand Secretary be a committee to frame bye laws for the government of this lodge and report the same tomorrow at 5 o’clock, P.M.
The Most Worshipful Grand Master laid before the lodge a letter from the Committee of Correspondence—appointed by the Grand Lodge in Virginia—enclosing sundry resolutions and the. We, the Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of Colorado, in order to form a more perfect fraternal union, and to provide for and promote the general welfare of the Masonic Craft, do ordain and establish this Constitution.
NAME SECTION 1. Name. The name of this Grand Lodge shall be: "The Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and. See also New Jersey Landmark #7. These Landmarks give the Grand Master absolute dictatorial power to do whatever he wants as long as it doesn’t violate another Landmark.
It gives him the power to ignore or overrule any of the by-laws, rules and regulations of the Grand Lodge. Anderson’s Constitution,the General Regulations of Thirty-Nine Articles, and the Charges of a Freemason, are in force in this Grand Jurisdiction, so far as they are not in conflict with the Constitution and Laws of this Grand Lodge.
On Jthe founders of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Michigan decided upon the format and contents of the Book of Constitutions of the Grand Lodge. The Grand Lodge was founded by eleven delegates, of whom Andrew G. Whitney was the Chairman and John L. The “General Regulations” as set forth in “Anderson’s Constitutions of ” have a curious history, into which it is not necessary to go here; suffice it that they were adopted shortly after the formation in of the First or Mother Grand Lodge in England.
The work was first published under the. All the Tools used in working shall be approved by the Grand Lodge. No Laborer shall be employ’d in the proper Work of Masonry; nor shall Free Masons work with those that are not free, without an urgent Necessity; nor shall they teach Laborers and unaccepted Masons as.
To log into the New Jersey Grand Lodge Members Only Section you will need your Dues Card. Your Username which is your Full Membership ID Number. Your Password is your Last Name with the First Letter Capitalized.
Now login to the Members Only Website. Every lodge has the power to frame bye-laws for its own government, provided they are not contrary to, nor inconsistent with, the general regulations of the Grand Lodge; nor the landmarks of the order.
45 But these bye-laws will not be valid, until they are submitted to and approved by the Grand Lodge. And this is the case, also, with every. Antiquity responded by expelling the three who had complained. At least half of the lodge seceded to the Grand Lodge of All England at York, quoting Article 39 of Payne's regulations, that the Landmarks of the order must be preserved in any new regulations of Grand Lodge.
Regulations of the Grand Lodge which relate to the government of a Lodge; 3. To be knowledgeable of Parliamentary Law for conducting Stated Meetings; 4. To be knowledgeable of the protocol for receiving Grand Lodge Officers (Grand Master, District Deputy, etc.); 5. To conduct funerals; 6.
To conduct degree practices for officers of the Lodge; and 7. Bro. Coxe does not seem to have exercised his authority, even though he lived in New Jersey from – [ii] The Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania possesses a book marked “Liber B” which contains the records of the earliest known Pennsylvania and American Lodge.
The first record is for 24 Juneand in that month Benjamin Franklin is. After Masonry had been officially formed inthe first book of the General Regulations was published by the Premier Grand Lodge of England in They stated that "Every Annual Grand Lodge has an inherent power and Authority to make new Regulations provided that the old Land-Marks be carefully preserved.".Lodge shall be entitled to repr esentation in the Grand Lodge.
And every Lodge failing to be represented in the Grand Lodge for two consecutive years shall forfeit its Charter; provided, that if such defaulting Lodge shall, on or before the next Annual Communication, make full Returns and payment of dues to the Grand Secretary, and.Book of Constitutions means the General Laws and Regulations for the Government of the Craft of the United Grand Lodge of England from time to time.
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