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WORLD'S 

MASONIC REGISTER: 

CONTAINING! THE 

NAME, NUMBER, LOCATION, AND TIME OP MEETING OP 

EVERY MASONIC LODGE IN THE WOULD, 

SO FAR AS KNOWN; 
ALSO, OF 

Cteg Cjmptcr, Council, ana Commanbtrg in % ^JnittB 
States ana Canaan; 

ALSO, THE 

DATE OF ORGANIZATION, TIME AND PLACE OP MEETING OF EVERY 

GRAND LODGE, GRAND CHAPTER, GRAND COUNCIL, AND GRAND COJIMANDERY 

IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA, 

WITH THB 

STATISTICS OF EACH MASONIC JURISDICTION; 



THE NAME, BUSINESS, RESIDENCE, AND MASONIC AFFILIATIONS AND TITLES 

OF EACH SUBSCRIBER, BESIDES MUCH USEFUL AND VALUABLE 

MASONIC INFORMATION. 



BY 

LEON HYNEMAN. 



PHILADELPHIA: 

PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR BY 

J. B. L I P P I N C T T & CO. 

1860. 



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Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1860, by 

M. HYNEMAN. 

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Eastern 

District of Pennsylvania. 



TO THE CRAFT UNIVERSAL. 



We present the " World's Masonic Register" to the subscribers and 
the fraternity generally, with the confident assurance that the work will 
meet their approval, and fully come up to their expectations. The prom- 
ises we made we have not only fulfilled to the letter, but we have even 
done more, as will be seen by a reference to the Prospectus. The chro- 
nological data we believe to be entirely reliable, and the statistics as 
complete as it was possible to obtain them up to the time the printer was 
ready for the copy. That there are errors in the work, we, however, 
believe, as during its passage through the press we were most sorely 
afflicted. In publishing a work so comprehensive as this, there are diffi- 
culties which make it impossible to have the data complete in every par- 
ticular. We will only refer to a few of them. There are some of the 
Grand Secretaries who not only delay the printing of their Annual pro- 
ceedings to a period when they are of little practical use to their contem- 
poraries, but some of the proceedings are deficient in many particulars, 
especially those which do not contain a summary of the statistics, which 
obliges each of the other thirty-eight Grand Secretaries to wade through 
all the publications, at much loss of time and patience. The majority of 
Grand Secretaries, however, prepare their proceedings with a dispatch 
that is really surprising, and show a disposition to excel in all matters con- 
nected with their official duties, the evidence of which is seen in the elab- 
orate and complete tables which they furnish, not only of the statistics of 
the Grand Bodies in their respective States, but of every other Masonic 
Jurisdiction. Another difficulty is that there is no uniform time of meet- 
ing of Masonic Grand Bodies. Annual Communications are held in 
every month of the year, and hence, if the publication of the proceedings 

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vi TO THE CRAFT UNIVERSAL. 

should be delayed, the statistics of the preceding year, or perhaps two years 
before, must be taken, which is often the case. Again, the frequent 
changing, altering, and revising of Constitutions is another difficulty. 
Stability in legislation, uniformity in the time of meeting, and the early 
publication of the Annual proceedings with full statistics, are essentially 
necessary to exhibit the condition of the Institution, such as we have 
attempted in this work. 

The Subordinate Lodges have no uniform time for holding their elec- 
tions, and within the United States there are changes of officers in every 
month of the year ; and as the Lodges in many jurisdictions held their 
elections in November and December, while this work was in course of 
publication, we were obliged, in such cases, to give the names of the 
officials who were in office. "We take pleasure in acknowledging ourselves 
indebted to the Grand Secretaries and other prominent brethren for 
their prompt responses to our requests for information, sought for during 
the sessions of their respective Grand Lodges. The deficiencies and 
errors in the present work will be readily seen by the intelligent Free- 
mason, and especially the Grand Secretaries, to whom they will be a guide 
to furnish us with more full particulars, and make corrections where they are 
needed, in order that the work which we propose to publish at the close 
of the present year may be perfect and complete in all its details. We 
will be under many obligations to the brethren, if they will notify us of 
any errors that they may discover in this book, so that they may be cor- 
rected in the next edition. The utility of a work such as the " World's 
Masonic Register" must commend itself to the judgment of every 
Freemason. 

The subscribers to the " World's Masonic Guide," a work which 
Brother A. A. Lechler had purposed publishing, and which was intended 
to be similar in every respect to the " World's Masonic Register," will 
receive a copy of this book, as the " Guide" will not be published. The 
subscribers to the publication will be benefited by this arrangement. 

Much of the success of this work is due to Brother Marshall 0. Wag- 
goner, of Norwalk, Ohio, through whose energy and application the 
largest number of subscribers was obtained for it. 

The engraving in the front of the book is the work of Brother Stephen 
A. Gimber, of Philadelphia. We can with confidence commend Brother 



TO THE CRAFT UNIVERSAL. vii 

Gimber to the Craft as an artist of superior merit, of which the engrav- 
ing is satisfactory evidence. 

In regard to the getting up of this book, no expense has been spared. 
The mechanical part of the work throughout was executed by the firm 
of J. B. Lippincott & Co., of Philadelphia, the largest book publishing 
house in the country, whose well-established reputation needs no com- 
ment from us, and who, as the subscribers can judge, have performed 
their duty with entire satisfaction and credit to themselves. 

In the arrangement and compilation of this work we have had no 
assistance. The whole is the result of our own individual labor. 

We believe that we may with entire confidence rely upon every sub- 
scriber to this book using his best exertions to obtain subscribers for 
the next edition, for which see Prospectus, page 475. 

We were extremely careful to have the names and addresses of the 
subscribers correct in this book, and if there are any errors, the fault 
was in the writing of those who sent them to us. The original manu- 
script was carefully examined by the compositors, the proof-readers, and 
ourselves, and in all cases where the chirography was doubtful, the writ- 
ing of the brother was critically scrutinized and compared, so that in-case 
of an error no blame could be attached to us. We believe, however, 
there are few errors, if any, in this work. We take this occasion to re- 
mark that, in all our experience, we have never had a book printed by 
more careful compositors, nor more critical and correct proof-readers, 
than those engaged by the Messrs. J. B. Lippincott & Co., of Philadel- 
phia, at whose establishment this work was gotten up for us. 

We would especially request the Grand Secretaries of the several 
Grand Lodges, Grand Chapters, Grand Councils, and Grand Command- 
eries, to forward to us, regularly, copies of the Annual proceedings of 
their respective Grand Bodies. 



We want Agents, to canvass for subscribers for the World's 
Masonic Register, in every City, County, and State in America and 
Europe, to whom liberal compensation will be given. See Prospectus, 
page 475 of this volume. Active and industrious brethren, possessing 
the requisite qualifications, will find this a respectable and remunerative 
occupation. Applications must be accompanied with satisfactory recom- 



Viii TO THE CRAFT UNIVERSAL. 

mendationa. Prospectuses forwarded, and terms made known, by 

addressing 

LEON HYNEMAN, 

World's Masonic Register Office, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

UJ^T" Agents wanted, to canvass for the Masonic Library. See 
Prospectus, page 416 of this volume. We can promise industrious and 
competent brethren a rich reward for their labors in introducing the Ma- 
sonic Library among the Craft, while at the same time they will be 
most usefully employed in disseminating Masonic information of the 
highest importance to the fraternity. Every Freemason should possess 
this Masonic Library. 



Brethren who wish to canvass for subscribers for the " World's 
Masonic Register and Historical, Biographical, Chronological, 
and Statistical Compendium," will please make early application, as 
we wish to have the canvas thorough and complete, and the book pub- 
lished at as early a day as possible. The Agents for the present work 
will oblige us if they will also act for the next edition, and secure sub- 
scriptions in their several districts with promptness and dispatch. 

Igf The next edition of the World's Masonic Register will 
be embellished with at least two Steel Engravings — one of them the 
Portrait of a distinguished Past Grand Master, who during the anti- 
Masonic persecution was a tower of strength and support to the Institu- 
tion. 



CONTENTS. 



Origin of Freemasonry 11 

Ancient Laws and Charges : The Commandments 15 

Ancient Records 15 

Poem on the Constitutions of Masonry 17 

Glossary 36 

Masonic Regulations a.l, 5663; Charges read at 
Installation ; The Charges of a Freemason, etc. 40 

The Old Charges, etc 47 

Alabama — Grand Lodge; Subordinate Lodges... 51 

Grand Chapter; Subordinate Chapters 56 

Grand Council; Subordinate Councils; Grand 

Commandery 57 

Subordinate Commanderies 58 

Subscribers' Names — Alexandria, Autauga co., 
Butler co., Carthage, Covington co., Dal- 
las co 58 

Fosters, Granville, Montgomery 59 

Montgomery co., Newton, North Port, Nota- 
sulga, Pike co., Sandy Ridge, Selma, Tal- 
ladega, Tuscaloosa 60 

West of China Grove, Woodstock, etc 61 

Arkansas — Grand Lodge; Subordinate Lodges... 62 
Grand Chapter; Subordinate Chapters; Grand 

Council; Grand Consistory 66 

Hugh de Payen's Commandery, No. 1 67 

Subscribers' Names 67 

Dispensing with a Supper 67 

CALiFORNiA—Grand Lodge 68 

, Subordinate Lodges 69 

Grand Chapter 71 

Subordinate Chapters; Grand Commandery... 72 
Subscribers' Names — Forest City, San Fran- 
cisco, etc 73 

Canada — Grand Lodge 74 

Subordinate Lodges 76 

Grand Chapter; Subordinate Chapters 79 

Subscribers? Names — Canada East: Cornwall, 

Dunham, Granby 79 

Henrysville, Lennoxville, Montreal, Quebec, 

Sherbrooke, St. Johns. 80 

Waterloo 81 

Canada West: Almonte, Bollville 81 

Berlin, Bowman ville, Brantford 82 

Brockville, Brighton 83 

Caledonia, Conestoga, Chatham, Clinton 84 

Colborne, Cobourg, Collingwood, Delaware.. 85 

Dundas, Dunnville, Exeter, Frankford 86 

Gait, Glencoe, Godericb.., 87 

Guelph, Hamilton 88 

Hyde Park, Ingeraoll 89 

Kingston 90 

Komoka, London 91 

Newbury 92 

Newcastle, Paris, Port Hope 93 

Port Stanley, Prescott, Sarnia 94 

Simcoe, Sparta, St. Catharine's 95 

St. Mary's, Strath Roy 96 

Stratford, St. Thomas, Sylvan, Toronto 97 

Trenton, Union, Windsor 99 



Woodstock, Whitby 100 

The Recovered Snuff-Box 101 

Connecticut — Grand Lodge; Sub. Lodges 102 

Grand Chapter; Subordinate Chapters 104 

Grand Council ; Subordinate Councils; Grand 

Encampment; Sub. Encampments 105 

Subscribers' Names— Branford, Middletown, 

Deep River, East Haddam, Essex 106 

Guilford, Madison, Meriden, New Haven... 107 

Masonic Friendship 108 

Delaware— Grand Lodge 109 

Subordinate Lodges; Grand Chapter; Subor- 
dinate Chapters i 110 

Subscribers' Names — Delaware City, Dover, 

Middletown 110 

St. Georges, Wilmington Ill 

District of Columbia — Grand Lodge 112 

Subordinate Lodges; Grand Chapter; Subor- 
dinate Chapters; Commandery 113 

Subscribers' Names— Georgetown, Hopetown, 

Washington 114 

The Robber of the Desert 116 

Florida — Grand Lodge; Subordinate Lodges... 117 

Grand Chapter ; Subordinate Chapters 118 

Grand Council; Sub. Councils; Commandery.. 119 

Subscribers' Names 119 

George Washington 119 

Georgia — Grand Lodge 120 

Subordinate Lodges 121 

Grand Chapter; Subordinate Chapters 126 

Grand Council; Grand Commandery ; Subor- 
dinate Commanderies 127 

Subscribers' Names — Athens, Columbus, West 

Point, Thomasville, Savannah 128 

Masonry among the Arabs 129 

Illinois— Grand Lodge; Subordinate Lodges... 130 

Grand Chapter 137 

Subordinate Chapters 138 

Grand Council ; Subordinate Councils ; Grand 

Commandery 139 

Subordinate CommanderieB 140 

Subscribers' Names — Astoria, Chicago 140 

De Kalb, Gillespie, Homer, Nauvoo, Odell, 

Sidney 141 

Vandalia, Vermont, etc 142 

Examine Yourself, Brother 143 

Indiana — Grand Lodge; Subordinate Lodges... 144 

Grand Chapter ; Subordinate Chapters 150 

Grand Council; Subordinate Councils; Grand 

Commandery 151 

Subordinate Commanderies 152 

Subscribers' Names — Aurora, Bedford 152 

Cambridge City, Columbus 153 

Crawfordsville, Delphi, Elkhart 154 

Fort Wayne, Huntington, Indianapolis 155 

Jeffersonville, Knightstown, La Fayette, 

Lebanon 156 

LoganBport, Madison, New Albany 157 

Laporte, Michigan City, Richmond 158 

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CONTENTS. 



Salem, Shelbyville, South Bend 159 

Labor and Progress 159 

Iowa— Grand Lodge; Subordinate Lodges 161 

Grand Chapter ; Subordinate Chapters 165 

Grand Council ; Subordinate Councils ; Com- 

manderies 166 

Subscribers' Names 166 

Man's Onward Progress 167 

Kansas— Grand Lodge; Subordinate Lodges.... 169 
Subscribers' Names — Atchison, Topeka. Fort 

Leavenworth 170 

The Indian Chief Tecumseh 170 

Kentucky — Grand Lodge; Subordinate Lodges.. 171 

Grand Chapter; Subordinate Chapters 178 

Grand Council; Subordinate Councils; Grand 
Commanderv; Subordinate Commander- 

ies 180 

Subscribers' Names — Cadiz 180 

Covington, Dycusburg, Eddyville, Eliza- 
bethtown, Frankfort, Georgetown, Green- 

upsbnrg 181 

Hopkinsville, Lexington, Louisville 182 

Paris, Shepherd sville, Wallonia, etc 183 

Historical Memoranda 183 

Louisiana — Grand Lodge ; Subordinate Lodges. 184 
Grand Ch apter ; Subordi ti ate Chapters ; G rand 

Council 187 

Subordinate Councils; Commanderies 188 

Subscribers' Names — Coushatta Chute 188 

New Orleans 189 

Conservatism 189 

Maine — Grand Lodge 191 

Subordinate Lodges 192 

Grand Chapter ; Subordinate Chapters ; Grand 
Council; Subordinate Councils; Grand 

Commandery 194 

Subordinate Commanderies 195 

Subscribers' Names — Albion, Augusta, Ban- 
gor, Bath 195 

Belfast, Belgrade, Biddeford, Bloomfield, 

Denmark, Frankfort, Gardiner 196 

Hallowell, Kendall's Mills, Lewiston, Lin- 

colnville, Mount Vernon 197 

Phillips, Portland, Richmond, Readfield, 
Skowhegan, Searsport, Stocton, Water- 

ville 198 

Winthrop, Wiscasset, Yarmouth 199 

Maryland — Grand Lodge 200 

Subordinate Lodges; Grand Chapter 201 

Commanderies 202 

Subscribers' Names — Baltimore 202 

Bel Air, Churchville, Darlington, Elkton, 

Lapidum 205 

Philosophy of Masonry 205 

Massachusetts — Grand Lodge; Subordinate 

Lodges 207 

Grand Chapter 209 

Subordinate Chapters; Grand Council; Sub- 
ordinate Councils; Grand Commandery.. 210 
Subscribers' Names — Bond's Village, Boston, 
Brookfield, Chicopee Falls, Greenfield, 

Hyannis, Northampton 211 

Palmer, Shelburne Falls, Thorndike, Wake- 
field, Ware, Warren 212 

Historical Memoranda 212 

Miohig an— Grand Lodge _ 213 

Subordinate Lodges 214 

Grand Chapter 216 

Subordinate Chapters; Grand Council; Sub- 
ordinate Councils ; Grand Commandery.. 217 

Subordinate Commanderies 218 

Subscribers' Names — Adrian 218 

Birmingham, Cold Water, Corunna 219 

Detroit, Fentonville, Grand KapidB, Hills- 
dale 220 

Hudson, Ionia 221 

Janesville, Lake Port, Lowell, Lyons 222 

Monroe, Owosso, Pinckney, Pontiac 223 

Port Huron 224 

Saranac, Sturgis, St. Johns, Tecumseh, 

Three Rivers 225 

Trenton, White Pigeon 226 

Historical Memoranda 226 

Minnesota — Grand Lodge ; Subordinate LodgeB 227 



Grand Chapter; Subordinate Chapters; Com- 
mandery 228 

Subscribers' Names 228 

Mississippi — Grand Lodge 229 

Subordinate Lodges 230 

Grand Chapter; Subordinate Chapters 234 

Grand Council; Subordinate Councils; Grand 

Commandery 236 

Subordinate Commanderies 237 

Subscribers' Names — Aberdeen, Attala co., 

Burnsville, Ewards Depot, Gallatin 237 

Hazlehurst, Hickory Flatts, Holly Springs, 
Jacinto, Jackson, Juka Springs, Kosci- 
usko. Maple Springs, Natchez 238 

New Albany, North Mt. Pleasant, Oxford, 
Palo Alto, Rienzi, Satartia, Vicksburg, 

Yazoo City 239 

True Progression of Masonry 239 

Missouri— 43 rand Lodge 241 

Subordinate Lodges 245 

Grand Chapter ; Subordinate Chapters ; Coun- 
cils 250 

Grand Commandery; Subordinate Command- 
eries 251 

Subscribers' Names — Lagrange, New London, 

Pacific, St. Joseph 251 

St. Louis 252 

Nebraska — Grand Lodge; Subordinate Lodges. 254 

Condition of Masonry in Nebraska 254 

A Laughable Incident 257 

New Hampshire — Grand Lodge; Subordinate 

Lodges 258 

Grand Chapter 259 

Subordinate Chapters; Grand Commandery.. 260 
Subscribers' Names — Exeter, Milford, Nashua 260 

New Jersey — Grand Lodge; Sub. Lodges 261 

Grand Chapter; Subordinate Chapters ; Grand 

Council; Subordinate Councils 263 

Grand Commandery; Subordinate Command- 
eries * 264 

Subscribers' Names — Belvidere, Bordentown.. 264 

Camden, Cranberry, Elizabeth 265 

Flemington, Hackettstown, Hightstown 266 

Jamesburg, Lambertville, Lebanon, Mount 

Holly, Newark 267 

New Brunswick, New Hampton, Orange, 

Paterson 270 

Phillipsburg, Rahway, Ringoes, Salem, 

South Amboy, Titusville, Trenton 271 

Vincentown, Warren co 272 

Historical Memoranda, 272 

New York— Grand Lodge 273 

Subordinate Lodges 275 

Grand Chapter; Subordinate Chapters 284 

Grand Council 286 

Subordinate Councils; Grand Commandery; 

Subordinate Commanderies 287 

Subscribers' Names— Addison, Albany, Al- 
bion 288 

Bath, Binghamton 289 

Bainbridge, Barrington, Bethany, Brock- 
port, Buffalo, Burdett, Canandaigua 290 

Cassadaga, Cayuga, Champlain, Chemung.. 291 

Claverack, Cohoes, Cold Springs 292 

Corning, Cortland, Croton Falls, Cuba 293 

Deposit, Dunkirk 294 

East Clarkson, East Venice, Elmira, Facto- 

ryville, Fishkill Lauding, Fort Edward... 295 
Fredonia, Friendship, Fulton, Genesee, Ge- 
neva 296 

Goshen, Hancock 297 

Hastings, Hornellsville, Ithaca 298 

Jamestown, Kingstown, Lansingburg 299 

Leroy, Little Genesee, Lockport, Madrid 300 

Malone, Middletown, Millport, Moira 301 

Newburg, New York, Niagara Falls 302 

Nineveh, North Hoosick, Ogdensburg 303 

Olean, Oswego, Owego 304 

Painted Post, Peekskill, Pelhamville, Penn 

Yan 305 

Phelps, Port Jervis 306 

Potsdam, Poughkeepsie, Rhinebeck 307 

Richburg, Rochester, Rondout, Rouse's 
Point 308 



CONTENTS. 



XI 



Saratoga Springs, Saugerties, Seneca Falls. 309 
Sinclearville, Sing Sing, Smithville Flats, 

Suspension Bridge, Syracuse 310 

Tarrytown 311 

Troy 312 

TJnadilla Forks 313 

"Venice, Waterford, Waterloo, Watertown, 

Watkins, Waverly 314 

Wellsville, West Dresden, Wcstfield, Wind- 
sor 315 

The Courtesy of Masonry 316 

North Carolina— Grand Lodge; Subordinate 

Lodges 317 

Grand Chapter ; Subordinate Chapters 320 

Grand Council ; Subordinate Councils ; Com- 

mandery 321 

Subscribers? Names — Coleraine, Edgecomb 
co., Fayetteville, Franklinton, Hillsboro', 
Leasburg, Morganton, MurfreeBboro', Pee 
Dee, Stokes co., White Lake, Wilming- 
ton 322 

Winton 323 

Proselytism 323 

Ohio — Grand Lodge; Subordinate Lodges 324 

Grand Chapter 330 

Subordinate Chapters; Grand Council; Sub- 
ordinate Councils 331 

Grand Encampment; Subordinate Encamp- 
ments „ 332 

Subscribers' Names — Akron.- 332 

Alliance „ 333 

Ashtabula, Bellair, Berlin Heights, Bridge- 
port, Canal Dover „.. 334 

Canton 335 

Cincinnati 336 

Circleville, Cleveland 339 

Clyde, Conneaut, Crestline 340 

Dayton, Delaware, Eaton, Elyria 341 

Florence, Fremont, Hamilton 342 

Lancaster, Lebanon, Lima 343 

Mansfield, Marietta, Marion 344 

Massilon „ 345 

Minerva, Mount Gilead, New Philadelphia. 346 

Norwalk 347 

Orville 348 

Painesville, Portsmouth, Port Washington.. 349 

Ravenna, SanduBky City, Steubenville 350 

Uhricbsville, Wellsville, Willoughby. 351 

Oregon— Grand Lodge „ 352 

Subordinate Lodges; Commandery. 353 

Pennsylvania — Grand Lodge 354 

Subordinate Lodges 357 

Grand Chapter ; Subordinate Chapters 361 

Grand Council ; Subordinate Councils 362 

Grand Commandery; Subordinate Command- 
ed es.... 363 

Subscribers' Names — Alleghany City, Allen- 
town 363 

Altoooa 364 

Ashland 365 

Athens, Auburn, Bethlehem, Birmingham, 

Bloomsburg 366 

Brack ney, Bridesburg, Bristol, Brownsville, 

Catawissa, Ceres, Colebrook, Columbia.... 367 
Columbus, Cressona, Danville, Dimock, 

Downingtown 368 

Easton, Erie, Frankford, Friendsville, Gal- 

litzin, Gordon, Great Bend 369 

Hamburg, Hollidaysburg, Holmesburg, 

Kingston, Lancaster, Lewisburg 370 

Llewellin, Manaynnk, Marietta, Mauch 
Chunk, McWilliamstown, Middleport, 

Midway 371 

Mill ford, Minersville, Montrose, Mount Car- 
mel, Mount Joy, New Castle, New Mil- 
ford 372 

Newtown, Orwigsburg, Palo Alto, Philadel- 
phia 373 

Pine Grove, Pittsburg 376 

Pittston, Port Clinton, Pottsville, Provi- 
dence, Reading 378 

Ringtown, Schuylkill Haven, Scranton, 

Selins Grove, Shamokin, Sharon 379 

Shingle House, Snyderville, Spring Mill, 



St. Clair, Summit Hill, Sunbury, Susque- 
hanna Depot, Tamaqua 380 

Towanda 381 

Tremont, Treverton, Uwchlan 382 

Dedication of Lodges 382 

Rhode Island — Grand Lodge 383 

Subordinate Lodges ; Grand Chapter ; Subor- 
dinate Chapters; Grand Council.-. 384 

General Wooster..- 385 

Anti-Masonic Incident _ - 386 

South Carolina — Grand Lodge „ ... 387 

Subordinate Lodges 388 

Grand Chapter; Subordinate Chapters; Grand 

Council; Commandery 390 

Subscribers? Names — Charleston, Columbia.. 391 
Columbus, Due West Corner, Fairfield Dis- 
trict 392 

The Book of the Law 392 

Tennessef — Grand Lodge ; Subordinate Lodges 393 

Grand Chapter; Subordinate Chapters 398 

Grand Council; Subordinate Councils; Grand 
Commandery ; Subordinate Command- 

eries 399 

Subscribers' Names — Browns ville,Clarksville, 

Dyersburg 399 

Grand Junction, Gravel Hill, Jackson, La 

Grange, Memphis 400 

Murfreesboro', Nashville, Newbern, Win- 
chester, Yorkville 401 

Popularity of Freemasonry 402 

Texas — Grand Lodge 403 

Early History of Masonry in Texas 404 

Subordinate Lodges 406 

Grand Chapter „ 410 

Subordinate Chapters 411 

Grand Council; Subordinate Councils __. 412 

Grand Commandery ; Subordinate Command- 

eries 413 

Subscribers' Names — Decatur, McKinney, 

Parker City, Weather ford.'- 413 

Ingratitude 414 

Vermont — Grand Lodge; Subordinate Lodges... 415 
Grand Chapter; Subordinate Chapters; Grand 

Council; Subordinate Councils 417 

Grand Commandery; Subordinate Command- 

eries - 418 

Subscribers' Names — Bellows Falls, Brandon, 

Brattleboro' 418 

Burlington 419 

Middlebury, Putney, Rutland „ _. 420 

St. Alban's, Vergennes, Windmill Point..... 421 

Origin of Gridiron in Making Masons 422 

Virginia — Grand Lodge 423 

Subordinate Lodges 424 

Grand Chapter 427 

Subordinate Chapters; Grand Commandery; 

Subordinate Commanderies 428 

Subscribers' Names — Abingdon, Bcrnwood, 
Brucetown, Cameron, Chuckatuck, Lun- 
enburg Court House 429 

Lynchburg, Norfolk, Pleasant Grove, Ports- 
mouth, Richmond, Roseby's Rock, Suf- 
folk 430 

Waynesborough, Wheeling. 431 

Woodstock 432 

Influence of Freeemasonry 432 

Washington Territory — Grand Lodge; Subor- 
dinate Lodges 433 

Judge Mildly 434 

Wisconsin — Grand Lodge v 435 

Subordinate Lodges 436 

Grand Chapter ; Subordinate Chapters 438 

Grand Council ; Subordinate Councils; Grand 
Commandery ; Subordinate Command- 
eries 439 

Subscribers' Names — Janesville 439 

Lake Mills, Mineral Point, Monroe, Platte- 

villei. 440 

Racine, Springville, Viroqua 441 

The Level of Time 441 

Statistical Table of Grand Lodges 442 

Grand Masters and Grand Secretaries, and their 

Addresses 443 

Statistical Table of Grand Chapters 444 



CONTENTS. 



G. H. Priests and Grand Secretaries, and their 

Addressee 445 

Statistical Table of Grand Councils 446 

M. P. G. Masters and Grand Recorders, and their 

Addresses 447 

Statistical Table of Grand Commanderies 448 

Royal Arch Chapters 449 

General Grand Chapter 450 

Officers of General Grand Chapter 452 

Grand Encampment of U. S 453 

Officers of Grand Encampment of U.S 456 

Fundamental Principles 457 

Prospectus 475 

Masonic Library 476 

England — Grand Lodge 477 

Subordinate Lodges 482 

Subscribers' Names — Liverpool, London 496 

Ireland 497 

Isle of Man; Isle of Jersey 504 

Scotland 505 

Subscribers* Names 508 

History and Antiquities of Freemasonry : 

France 509 

Germany 511 

Holland 515 

Denmark and Sweden 517 

RusBia 518 

Spain, Portugal, and Italy 519 

Switzerland, Hungary, Poland, Bohemia... 522 

Flanders and Brabrant, Asia 525 

Turkey, Oceanica 526 

Africa 527 

Masonry in Beunos Ayres 52S 

France 529 

French Colonies — Algery, Senegal, He de la 
Reunion, French Indies, French Antilles, 

French Guyana, Oceanica 533 

Germany— Grand Lodge of Three Globes, Ber- 
lin 534 

Grand Lodge of Germany, Berlin — Swedish. 

System 536 

Grand Lodge of Prussia, Berlin 538 

Grand Lodge of Hamburg 539 

Grand Mother Lodge of Eklekta Union, Frank- 

fort-on-the-Main 539 

Grand Lodge of Hanover 540 

Grand Lodge of Saxony, in Dresden 540 

Grand Lodge of Bavaria, in Bayreuth 541 



Grand Lodge of Darmstadt, Hessia 541 

Isolated Lodges in Germany 541 

Switzerland — Grand Lodge, Alpina,in Basle... 542 

Denmark— Grand Lodge, in Copenhagen 543 

Sweden and Norway— Grand Lodge, in Stock- 
holm 543 

Belgium — Supreme Conseil de Belgiqne 544 

Holland — Grand Nat. Moeder-Loge 545 

Dutch Colonies 546 

Spain — Grand Lodge, Madrid 547 

Canada — Under Grand Lodges of England, Ire- 
land, and Scotland 547 

New Brunswick 548 

Nova Scotia , 548 

South America— Venezuela.- 549 

New Granada, Montevideo, Lima, Chili 550 

Buenos Ayres, Lodges under Grand Orient of 

Peru 551 

Brazil 551 

Under Grand Lodges of England and Ire- 
land 554 

Central America; Mexico 554 

Europe— Under Grand Lodges of England and 

Ireland 555 

West Indies 556 

Australasia — New South Wales 557 

South Australia, Victoria 558 

New Zealand, West Australia, Tasmania 559 

East Indies 560 

Turkey, Asia Minor. 562 

China 562 

Africa 563 

APPENDIX. 

Subscribers' Names: 

Arkansas — Benton 564 

California — Visalia 564 

Canada — Toronto.: 564 

Connecticut — Collinsville, Mystic Bridge, 
New Haven. *. 564 

Norwalk 565 

Massachusetts — Boston, Whitinsville 565 

New Mexico— Santa Fe 565 

New York — Albany, Colesville 565 

Nova Scotia — Halifax 565 

Pennsylvania — Bridgewater, Harrisburg._. 565 

Milesburg, Philadelphia, Williamsburg.. 566 
Wisconsin — West Hurley 560 



WORLD'S MASONIC REGISTER. 



ORIGIN OF FREEMASONRY. 

Freemasonry, at this time the most permanent and widely extended associa- 
tion on the globe, had its origin in a remote antiquity, and embraces among its 
membership men of all classes and conditions, from the humble artisan to the 
king on the throne, and men of every variety of political opinions and of every 
shade of religion founded upon a belief and adoration of the great I Am. 
Although the origin of Freemasonry has been considered a mystery by the 
many, its footprints are visible in every age and its records traced through all 
the distant past. The original basis of Freemasonry was, doubtless, a compact 
or solemn agreement entered into between its originators to worship the one 
living and true God, the Creator of all worlds, at a time when the crudest 
notions prevailed in regard to Deity; when a multiplicity of gods were wor- 
shiped, and the most degraded observances in the name of religion were prac- 
ticed. This compact may, with a great degree of certainty, be traced to have 
originated with Joseph and his brethren in Egypt, as at no other period of the 
world's history does there appear to have existed a necessity for a mutual agree- 
ment of such a nature. The beginning of Freemasonry was the administering 
an obligation by Joseph to his brethren, after the decease of their father Jacob, 
binding them to continue steadfast in their belief in the Creator of the universe 
and to deal justly with their fellow-man. The diversity of individual character 
and the differences in the moral status of the human family necessitated, how- 
ever, in time, additional obligations to the original compact, and also additional 
qualifications, and thus Freemasonry gradually developed until it matured into 
a perfect organization at the building of the Temple by Solomon. As the chil- 
dren of Israel were in constant intercourse with the Egyptians, some fell into 
their habits and customs, and in a measure departed from the faith of their 
fathers, and thus the moral qualifications, as an additional prerequisite to a belief 
in Deity, was rendered essential to be admitted into the covenanted brother- 
hood. Thus the developments of the moral elements of Freemasonry grew out 
of the frailty of the human heart and the desire manifested for the " flesh pots 
of Egypt." Moses in early life entered into the covenant, and while in the land 
of Midian, where he lived a life of seclusion for a period of forty years, inspired 
by Divine Wisdom, he elaborated his excellent code of laws, embracing every 
duty that man owes to God and to his fellow-man, and every essential to his 
happiness in this and the future life. The Decalogue, which forms the basis of 
the moral law of every people, was, soon after it was promulgated, adopted as 

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the standard of qualifications of those who sought to be and were considered 
worthy of being received into the covenant; and it was duriDg the sojourn of 
the children of Israel in the wilderness that the humanizing principles were 
adopted which form the crowning glory of Freemasonry, exalting it for its ex- 
pansive love and practical sympathy far above all other institutions. At the 
building of the Tabernacle, Moses arranged and classified those who were en- 
gaged in its construction according to their capacities, and there originated that 
symbolic instruction which Solomon, some centuries afterward, adopted at the 
building of the Temple. It was at this period that the working tools, which form a 
peculiar characteristic of Freemasonry, with their monitorial illustrations, were 
introduced. These symbols were used for a twofold purpose : one to remind the 
children of Israel of the bondage from which they had just been liberated, and 
the other for the purpose of imparting moral instruction. The working tools, 
with which they had become familiar, were thus invested with an interest which 
made their labors light and evoked thought. They were no longer the simple 
implements of labor, but stern, earnest, solemn teachers, speaking to the heart, 
and impressing upon the mind lessons of the highest import. The duties of 
life, for the proper development of the physical man and the intellectual facul- 
ties, were taught by those quiet instructors. They taught the government of 
the passions, the regulation and proper appropriation of time, the necessary ob- 
servances for the maintenance of health, sympathy for the poor and unfortunate, 
practical benevolence, charity in its most extended signification, man's duties 
to his family, his neighbor, his country, and his God. And to render their 
teachings more impressive and effectual, they were first placed upon an Altar 
consecrated to Deity; a simple altar, upon which no metallic tool had been 
lifted, about which nothing offensive or defensive could appear, around which all 
in humble position bent the knee to one common Father, and there the solemn 
and all-important lessons were communicated by authorized teachers. The 
fundamental principles which constitute the landmarks of Freemasonry, its 
moral teaching, its symbolic illustrations, were all engrafted by Moses upon the 
organization formed of those admitted into the covenant; and in all the course of 
time, the ages through which the institution has passed, no principle of moral 
ethics has been added to the original code ; it culminated in its highest perfec- 
tion under the Grand-Mastership of Moses. The Temple of Freemasonry rests 
upon solemn covenants obligatory upon all who have voluntarily assumed its 
obligations. The original covenant of a belief in Deity, imposed by Joseph 
upon his brethren in Egypt, forms theirs* requirement of Freemasonry at this 
time, and ever has been a primary and necessary qualification. It is not possi- 
ble to conceive of a purer, or nobler, or more stable foundation than that upon 
which the Temple of Freemasonry is constructed. No other institution can 
claim an origin so exalted, so purely divine and holy. 

There are some writers who absurdly claim that Freemasonry originated with 
the Adam of Moses, the first man; others that it originated with the priests of 
Egypt; some find a resemblance in the religious rites of the worship of the 
heathen deities ; and others, again, ascribe its origin to a body of operative 
masons who, for their mutual protection, established signs and symbols by which 
they could recognize each other. But these pretensions are as absurd as they 
are ridiculous. Freemasonry had no other origin than the assuming of a cov- 



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enant to continue steadfast in the belief of the only one living and true God, 
the Creator of heaven and earth; and the Masonic institution could not have 
originated in any other way than as we have stated, as its requirements, symbol- 
ism, teachings, and ceremonials plainly prove. 

As the children of Israel had been held in a state of bondage by the Egyp- 
tians, they being originally freemen, freeborn, after their exodus from Egypt, 
the principle was adopted as a fundamental law of the covenanted brotherhood 
that no bondman, only those who were freeborn, freemen, should be received 
into the covenant; and through all the intervening ages down to the present 
time this has constituted a landmark of Freemasonry. 

The physical qualifications which in later times have been regarded as relat- 
ing solely to the limbs and physical senses of the outward man, had a more 
extended application when they were first considered necessary as prerequisites 
to admission into the covenant. The object was to admit those only who had 
not violated the laws of their own natures, those only who had lived regularly, 
were temperate in all things, had not indulged vitiated or depraved appetites, 
had not impaired their physical or mental organisms, so that the soul or spirit 
could act with perfect freedom in the fulfillment of its mission, in its progress 
onward and upward, developing fully its strength and majesty through all the 
eternal ages of its immortality. Thus the qualifications hale and sound, not 
deformed nor dismembered, perfect and upright, are not only based upon the 
soundest philosophy, but their object was the perfection of the being created in 
the image and likeness of God. 

It may reasonably be inferred that in the early ages, when our institution 
first had birth, that the time devoted for the assemblies of the brotherhood was 
wholly taken up with serious and solemn instruction, with the labors necessary 
to receive the neophyte into the covenant, with teaching the fundamental prin- 
ciples of the association, its symbolism, etc., and for these reasons the gentler 
sex were excluded, as the natural endearments of husband and wife, of brother 
and sister, of affianced loved ones, would in a great degree attract the attention 
away from the high and holy purposes in which they were engaged. 

The elective franchise, which is the charter of liberty, was instituted in the 
early organization of the cpvenanted brotherhood, and through all the dark ages, 
in all despotic governments, the brethren in their mystic associations, as in all 
the Masonic lodges at the present time, in all countries, monarchical or other- 
wise, preserved and maintained the very principles of free democratic institu- 
tions, and not only was the elective franchise exercised in the voluntary choice 
of officers to preside, rule, and govern, but also as to the reception of those 
desiring to be admitted into the fraternity. 

The landmarks of Freemasonry, recognized as such at the present day, were 
established at the remote periods referred to, and the system, as regards its 
principles, philosophy, and morality, embrace the whole of man's duties to God, 
his neighbor, his family and himself. 

The relation which Freemasons sustain toward each other renders necessary 
that the duties illustrated in the points of fellowship should be the rule and 
standard to govern the fraternity in their intercourse with each other. These 
duties bind in the closest relationship the members of the Masonic Order, and 
its obligations unite them in the golden chain of brotherhood. Within the 



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mystic sanctums brother meets brother in fond- embrace, and vows of fidelity 
are registered on the heart which neither flint nor steel can erase. 

The pulse of affection beats strong, as, hand firmly grasped in hand, the mys- 
tery is communicated which binds in a golden chain the members of the mystic 
tie. A Mason's feet will not grow weary in a brother's cause, although the 
way be long and rough ; the voice of a brother in distress, a brother's cry for 
assistance, finds a responsive echo in a Freemason's breast, and with alacrity he 
will fly to his relief, and cheerfully perform those duties which sympathy and 
humanity require. 

A Freemason's duties toward his brethren do not cease with rendering 
those services which our common humanity demands — nay, there are others 
equally binding of the most sacred nature. In the silent hour of the night, in 
the secret chamber, in his devotions to the Merciful Father, on bended knees, 
he will always remember his brethren of the mystic tie. 

A Freemason whose life corresponds to the teachings of our ritual, who 
studiously observes all that which it enjoins, who practices all of its obligations, 
to such a one a, brother may in confidence repose. The counsel of a brother 
who will assist us in our need, and remember us in his devotions, we may be 
assured will be divested of every selfish consideration, and to his bosom we may 
confide the trials and the difficulties incident to our struggles in this life. His 
breast will be a safe repository of all that he receives, and to him may be en- 
trusted with safety such confidential communications of an honorable nature as 
we would only impart to one who felt a real interest in our welfare. 

A true brother is more than a friend. He is bound by the golden chain of 
love, and in prosperity and adversity, in all the trials of life, remains not only 
firm, but sticketh closer, and the rivets are more firmly forged in misfortune, in 
distress and danger; yea, he will fly to rescue his brother in the hour of peril 
even though his life should be endangered thereby. 

A true brother may not only be entrusted confidentially with the secret com- 
munings of our own breast, but he will defend his brother from the aspersions of 
malice, hatred or jealousy, in his absence as well as in his presence. 

These are all points which the bonds of fraternity and close relation of brother- 
hood naturally and constitutionally exact. 

The design of Freemasonry is to improve, elevate, and exalt the members of 
the fraternity, so that they may adorn the temple of the living God. This life 
is but an initiatory probation. There is a world beyond, in which higher degrees 
are in reserve— in which higher mysteries will be unfolded— but man's duty here 
on earth is to live a life of purity in conformity to the teachings of Freemasonry, 
and then, when the gavel of the Supreme Grand Master shall call us away, 
death will have no sting, and we will advance onward in our progressive mission 
to the unseen world, knowing no fear, no danger, and we will enter the mansions 
of light in God's eternal world, and continue our labors throughout an endless 
immortality, seeking for more and more light from the exhaustless lamp of 
wisdom of God the Father. So mote it be. 



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ANCIENT LAWS AND CHARGES. 

THE COMMANDMENTS. 

The Decalogue contains the original laws of Freemasonry : — 

"I Am the Lord thy God, who have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, 
out of the house of slavery. Thou shalt have no other gods before me. 

"Thou shalt not make unto thyself any graven image, or any likeness of any- 
thing that is in heaven above, or that is on the earth beneath, or that is in the 
water under the earth. Thou shalt not bow thyself down to them, nor serve 
them ; for I the Lord thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the 
fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that 
hate me ; and showing mercy unto the thousandth generation of them that 
love me, and keep my commandments. 

"Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain; for the Lord 
will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain. 

" Eemember the Sabbath day to keep it holy. Six days shalt thou labor and 
do all thy work. But the seventh day is the Sabbath in honor of the Lord thy 
God : in it thou shalt no't do any work, neither thou, nor thy son, nor thy daugh- 
ter, thy man-servant, nor thy maid-servant, nor thy cattle, nor thy stranger that is 
within thy gates. For in six days the Lord made the heavens and the earth, the 
sea, and all that is in them, and rested the seventh day; therefore the Lord 
blessed the Sabbath day, and hallowed it. 

"Honor thy father and thy mother, in order that thy days may be prolonged 
upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee. 

" Thou shalt not kill. 

"Thou shalt not commit adultery. 

" Thou shalt not steal. 

"Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor. 

"Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's house. Thou shalt not covet thy neigh- 
bor's wife, nor his man-servant, nor his maid-servant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor 
anything that is thy neighbor's." — [Rev. I. Leeser's Translation, Philadelphia.) 

The whole of the Decalogue is embraced in the commandments: — 

"Thou shalt love the Lord thy God," and "Thou shalt love thy neighbor as 
thyself." 



ANCIENT RECORDS. 

In profane history early mention is made of the fraternity of Freemasons. 
In the year a.l. 4300, history records the following : — 

"St. Alban loved Masons well and cherished them much, and he made their pay 
right good, viz , two shillings per week, and three pence to their cheer ; whereas 
before that time, through all the land, a Mason had but a penny a day and his 
meat, until St. Alban amended it. He also obtained of the king a charter for 
the Freemasons for to hold a General Council, and gave it the name of Assem- 



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bly, and was thereat himself as Grand Master, and helped to make Masons, and 
gave them good charges, etc." 

In the year a.l. 4924, in the reign of Athelstan, the craft were under the 
charge of his brother Edwin, who obtained a royal charter from the king em- 
powering the craft to meet and hold an Annual Communication in the City of 
York. The ancient record reads as follows : — 

"That tho' the ancient records of the Brotherhood in England, were most of 
them destroyed or lost in the wars with the Danes, who burnt the monasteries 
where the records were kept, yet King Athelstan, (the grandson of Alfred,) the 
first anointed king of England, who translated the Holy Bible into the Saxon 
language, when he had brought the land into Best and Peace, built many great 
works, and encouraged many Masons from Prance and elsewhere, whom he ap- 
pointed overseers thereof; they brought with them the Charges and Kegula- 
tions of the foreign Lodges, and prevailed with the king to increase the wages. 

"That Prince Edwin, the king's brother, being taught Geometry and Masonry, 
for the love he had to the said craft, and to the honorable principles whereon it 
is grounded, purchased a free charter of King Athelstan, his brother, for the 
Freemasons having among themselves a correction, or a power and freedom to 
regulate themselves, to amend what might happen amiss, and to hold a yearly 
communication in a General Assembly. 

"That accordingly Prince Edwin summoned all the'Free and Accepted Ma- 
sons in the realm, to meet him in a congregation at York, who came and formed 
the Grand Lodge under him as their Grand Master, a. l. 4926. 

"That they brought with them many old writings and records of the craft, 
some in Greek, some in Latin, some in French and other languages; and from 
the contents thereof, they framed the Constitutions of the English Lodges, and 
made a, law for themselves, to preserve and observe the same in all time 
coming." 

In the reign of Edward III., who came to the throne a.l. 5327, the following 
is recorded : — x 

" That in the glorious reign of King Edward III., when Lodges were many 
and frequent, the Grand Master with his "Wardens, at the head of the Grand 
Lodge, with the consent of the Lords of the realm, then generally Freemasons, 
ordained — 

" Thai for the future, at the making or admission of a brother, the Constitu- 
tions and the Charges shall be read. 

"That Master Masons, or Masters of "Work, shall be examined whether they 
be able of cunning to serve their respective Lords, as well the highest as the 
lowest, to the honor and worship of the foresaid art, and to the profit of their 
Lords ; for they be their Lords that employ and pay them for their travel. 

"That when the Master and "Wardens preside in a lodge, the Sheriff, if need 
be, or the Mayor, or the Alderman (if a brother) where the chapter is held, 
shall be sociate to the Master, in help of him against rebels and for upholding 
the rights of the realm. 

"That Enter'd "Prentices at their making shall be charged not to be thieves, 
nor thieves maintainers. That the Fellow Crafts shall travel honestly for their 
pay, and love their fellows as themselves; and, that all shall be true to the 
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" That if any of the fraternity should be fractious, mutinous, or disobedient to 
the Grand Master's orders, and after proper admonitions should persist in his 
rebellion, he shall forfeit all his claim to the rights, benefits, and privileges of a 
true and faithful brother, etc. ; concluding with Amen. So mote it be." 

POEM ON THE CONSTITUTIONS OP MASONRY. 

Translated by James Orchard Halliwell, Esq., F.R.S., Hon. M.E.I.A., P.S. A., 
M.E.S.N.A., etc., (written during the fourteenth century.) 

This poem on the Constitutions of Freemasonry is taken from a very small 
quarto manuscript on vellum, written not later than the latter part of the four- 
teenth century, preserved in the Old Royal Library at the British Museum. 
(Bib. Reg. 17 A, I. ff. 32.) Casley,* by some strange oversight, in the only 
catalogue we at present possess, has entitled it " a poem of moral duties ;" and, 
although he gives the Latin title correctly, yet the real contents of this singular 
document were quite unknown until I pointed them out in an essay " On the 
Introduction of Freemasonry into England," read before the Society of Anti- 
quaries, during the session of 1838-9. I believe I am right in stating that this 
is the earliest document yet brought to light connected with the progress of 
Freemasonary in Great Britain. ' 

Hie incipiunt constituoiones artis gemetrise secundum Euclydem. 

Whose wol bothe wel rede and loke, 

He may fynde wryte yn olde boke 

Of grete lordys, and eke ladyysse, 

That hade mony chyldryn y-fere, y-wisse ; 

And hade no rentys to fynde hem wyth, 

Nowther yn towne, ny felde, ny fryth : 

A cownsel togeder they cowthe hem take, 

To ordeyne for these chyldryn sake, 

How they my^tn best lede here lyfe 

Withoute gret desese, care, and stryfe ; 10 

And most for the multytude that was comynge 

Of here chyldryn after here ^yndynge. 

[They] sende thenne after grete clerkys, 

To techyn hem thenne gode werkys ; 

And pray we hem, for our Lordys sake, 

To oure chyldryn sum werke to make, 

That they my^th gete here lyvynge thereby, 

Bothe wel and onestlyche, ful sycurly. 

Yn that tyme, through good gemetry, 

Thys onest craft of good masonry 20 

* The MS. formerly belonged to Charles Theyer, a well-known collector of the seventeenth century, 
and is No. 146 in his collection, as described in Bernard's Catalogus Manuscriptorum Angliie, p. 200, col. 2. 
It was probably from this catalogue that Casley took his erroneous description, his own work being, for 
the most part, very carefully executed. 



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"Wes ordeynt and made yn thys manere, 

Y-cownterfetyd of thys clerkys y-fere ; 

At these lordys prayers they cownterfetyd gemetry, 

And jaf hyt the name of masonry, 

For the moste oneste craft of alle. 

These lordys chyldryn thereto dede falle, 

To lurne of hym the craft of gemetry, 

The wheche he made ful curysly; 

Through fadrys prayers and modrys also, 

Thys onest craft he putte hem to. 30 

He that lernede best, and were of oneste, 

And passnd hys felows yn curyste ; 

3ef yn that craft he dede hym passe, 

He schulde have more worschepe then the lasse. 

Thys grete clerkys name wes clept Euclyde, 

Hys name hyt spradde ful wondur wyde. 

3et thys grete clerke more ordeynt he 

To hym that was herre yn thys degre, 

That he schulde teche the symplyst of [wytte] 

Yn that onest craft to be parfytte ; 40 

And so uchon schulle techyn othnr, 

And love togeder as syster and brothur. 

Forthermore ^et that ordeynt he, 

Mayster y-callud so schulde he be ; 

So that he were most y-worschepede, 

Thenne sculde he be so y-«lepede : 

But mason schulde never won other calle, 

Withynne the craft amongus hem alle, 

Ny soget, ny servand, my dere brother, 

Tha^ht he be not so perfyt as ys another ; 50 

Uchon sculle calle other felows by cuthe, 

For cause they come of ladyes burthe. 

On thys maner, thro£ good wytte of gemetry, 

Bygan furst the craft of masonry : 

The clerk Euclyde on thys wyse hyt fonde, 

Thys craft of gemetry yn Egypte londe. 

Yn Egypte he taw^hte hyt ful wyde, 

Yn dyvers londe on every syde ; 

Mony erys afterwarde, y understonde, 

3er that the craft com ynto thys londe. 60 

Thys craft com ynto Englond, as y ^ow say, 

Yn tyme of good kynge Adelstonus day ; 

He made tho bothe halle and eke bowre, 

And hye templus of gret honowre, 

To sportyn hym yn bothe day and ny^th, 

An to worschepe hys God with alle hys my^th. 

Thys goode lorde loved thys craft ful wel, 

And purposud to strenthyn hyt every del, 



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For dyvers defawtys that yn the craft lie fonde ; 

He sende abonte ynto the londe 70 

After alle the masonus of the crafte, 

To come to- hym ful evene strajfte, 

For to amende these defautys alle 

By good consel, jef hyt mytjth falle. 

A semble thenne he cowthe let make 

Of dyvers lordis, yn here state, 

Dukys, erlys, and barnes also, 

Knyjthys, sqwyers, and mony mo, 

And the grete burges of that syt6, 

They were ther alle yn here degrS ; 80 

These were ther uchon algate, 

To ordeyne for these masonus astate. 

Ther they sow^ton by here wytte, 

How they my^thyn governe hytte ; 

Fyftene artyculus they ther sowjton, 

And fyftene poyntys ther they wro^ton. 

Hie incipit articulus primus. 
The furste artycul of thys gemetry : — 
The mayster mason moste be ful securly 
Bothe stedefast, trusty, and trwe, 

Hyt shal hym never thenne arewe : 00 

And pay thy felows after the coste, 
As vytaylys goth thenne, wel thou woste ; 
And pay them trwly, apon thy fay, 
What that they deserven may ; 
And to her hure take no more, 
But what that they mowe serve fore ; 
And spare, nowther for love ny drede, 
Of nowther partys to take no mede ; 
Of lord ny felow, whether he be, 

Of hem thou take no maner of fe ; 100' 

And as a jugge stonde upryjth, 
And thenne thou dost to bothe good ry^th ; 
And trwly do thys whersever thou gost, 
Thy worschep, thy profyt, hyt schal be most. 

Articulus secundus. 

The seevmde artycul of good masonry, 

As je mowe hyt here hyr specyaly, 

That every mayster, that ys a mason, 

Most ben at the generale congregacyon, 

So that he hyt resonably y-tolde 

Where that the sembl6 schal be holde ; 110 

And to that semble he most nede gon, 

But he have a resenabul skwsacyon, 



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Or but he be unbuxom to that craft, 
Or with falssehed ys over-raft, 
Or ellus sekenes hath hym so stronge, 
That he may not come hem amonge; 
That ys a skwsacyon, good and abulle, 
To that semble withoute fabulle. 

Articulus tercius. 

The thrydde artycul for sothe hyt ysse, 

That the mayster take to no prentysse, 120 

But he have good seuerans to dwelle 

Seven ^er with hym, as y 50W telle, 

Hys craft to lurne, that ys profytable ; 

Withynne lasse he may not ben able 

To lordys profyt, ny to his owne, 

As je mowe knowe by good resowne. 

Articulus quartus. 

The fowrthe artycul thys moste be, 

That the mayster hym wel be-se, 

That he no bondemon prentys make, 

Ny for no covetyse do hym take ; 130 

For the lord that he ys bonde to, 

May fache the prentes whersever he go. 

3ef yn the logge* he were y-take, 

Muche desese hyt myjth ther make, 

And suche case hyt my^th befalle, 

That hyt my^th greve summe or alle. 

For alle the masonus that ben there 

Wol stonde togedur hoi y-fere. 

3ef suche won yn that craft schulde dwelle, 

Of dyvers desesys je myjth telle : 140 

For more jese thenne, and of honest6, 

Take a prentes of herre degr6. 

By olde tyme wry ten y fynde 

That the prentes schulde be of gentyl kynde ; 

And so sumtyme grete lordys blod 

Toke thys gemetry, that ys ful good. 

Articulus quintus. 

The fyfthe artycul ys swythe good, 

So that the prentes be of lawful blod ; 

The mayster schal not, for no vantage, 

Make no prentes that ys outrage ; 150 

* It is curious to observe that the same term, lodge, is still in universal use among tlie Masons. See 
also the third point for the enjoinment of secrecy at whatever was done at the lodges, which exactly 
corresponds with the present custom. 



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Hyt ys to mene, as ge niowe here, 

That he have hys lymes hole alle y-fere ; 

To the craft hyt were gret sehame, 

To make an halt mon and a lame, 

For an unperfyt mon of suche blod 

Schulde do the craft but lytul good. 

Thus je mowe knowe everychon, 

The craft wolde have a myjhty mon ; 

A maymed mon he hath no my^ht, 

3e mowe hyt knowe long jer ny^ht. 160 

Artie ulus sextus. 

The syxte artycul je mowe not mysse, 

That the mayster do the lord no pregedysse, 

To take of the lord, for hyse prentyse, 

Also muche as hys felows don, yn alle vyse. 

For yn that craft they ben ful perfyt, 

So ys not he, ^e mowe sen hyt. 

Also hyt were ajeynus good reson, 

To take hys hure, as hys felows don. 

Thys same artycul, yn thys casse, 

Juggythe the prentes to take lasse 170 

Thenne hys felows, that ben ful perfyt. 

Yn dyvers maters, conne qwyte hyt, 

The mayster may his prentes so enforme, 

That hys hure may crese ful jurne, 

And, jer hys terme come to an ende, 

Hys hure may ful wel amende. 

Articulus Septimus. 

The seventhe artycul that ys now here, 

Ful wel wol telle ^ow, alle y-fere, 

That no mayster, for favour ny drede, 

Schal no thef nowther clothe ny fede. 180 

Theves he schal herberon never won, 

Ny hym that hath y-quellude a mon, 

Ny thylke that hath a febul name, 

Lest hyt wolde turne the craft to sehame. 

Articulus octavus. 

The eghte artycul schewet jow so, 

That the mayster may hyt wel do, 

3ef that he have any mon of crafte, 

And be not also perfyt as he au^te, 

He may hym change sone anon, 

And take for hym a perfytur mon. 190 



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Suche a mon, throve rechelaschepe, 
Myjth do the craft schert worschepe. 

Articulus nonus. 

The nynthe artycul schewet ful welle, 
That the mayster be both wyse and felle; 
That no werke he undurtake, 
But he oonne bothe hyt ende and make ; 
And that hyt be to the lordes profyt also, 
And to hys craft, whersever he go ; 
And that the grond be wel y-take, 
That hyt nowther fle ny grake. 

Articulus decimus. 

The thenthe artycul ys for to knowe, 
Amonge the craft, to hye and lowe, 
Ther schal no mayster supplante other, 
But be togeder as systur and brother, 
Yn thys euryus craft, alle and som, 
That longuth to a maystur mason. 
Ny he schal not supplante non other mon, 
That hath y-take a werke hym uppon, 
Yn peyne thereof that ys so stronge, 

That peyseth no lasse thenne ton ponge, 210 

But ^ef that he be gulty y-fonde, 
That toke furst the werke on honde ; 
For no mon yn masonry 
Schal not supplante othur securly, 
But jef that hyt be so y-wrojth, 
That hyt turne the werke to no^th ; 
Thenne may a mason that werk crave, 
To the lordes profyt hyt for to save ; 
_Yn suche a case but hyt do falle, 

Ther schal no mason medul withalle. '-'-0 

Forsothe he that begynnyth the gronde, 
And he be a mason goode and sonde, 
He hath hyt sycurly yn hys mynde 
To brynge the werke to ful good ende. 

Articulus undecimus. 

The eleventhe artycul y telle the, 

That he ys bothe fayr and fre ; 

For he techyt, by hys myjth, 

That no mason schulde worche be nyjth, 

But sef hyt be yn practesynge of wytte, 

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Articulus duodecimus. 

The twelfthe artycul ys of hye honeste 1 
To jevery mason, whersever he be ; 
He schal not hys felows werk deprave, 
3ef that he wol hys honeste 1 save ; 
With honest wordes he hyt comende, 
By the wytte that God the dede sende ; 
But hyt amende by al that thou may, 
Bytwynne jow bothe withoute nay. 

Articulus xiijus. 

The threttene artycul, so God me save, 

Ys, jef that the mayster a prentes have, 240 

Enterlyche thenne that he hym teche, 

And meserable poyntes that he hym reche, 

That he the craft abelyche may conne, 

Whersever he go undur the sonne. 

Articulus xiiijus. 

The fowrtene artycul, by good reson, 

Scheweth the mayster how he schal don ; 

He schal no prentes to hym take, 

But dyvers curys he have to make, 

That he may, withynne hys terme, 

Of hym dyvers poyntes may lurne. 2.">0 

Articulus quindecimus. 

The fyftene artycul maketh an ende, 

For to the mayster he ys a frende ; 

To lere hym so, that for no mon, 

No fals mantenans he take hym apon, 

Ny maynteine hys felows yn here synne, 

For no good that he myjth wynne ; 

Ny no fals sware sofre hem to make, 

For drede of here sowles sake ; ' 

Lest hyt wolde turne the craft to schame, 

And hymself to mechul blame. 2C0 

Plures Gonstituciones. 

At thys sembl6 were poyntes y-ordeynt mo, 

Of grete lordys and maystrys also, 

That whose wol conne thys craft and com to astate, 

He most love wel God, and holy churche algate, 

And hys mayster also, that he ys wyth, 

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And thy felows thou love also, 
For that thy craft wol that thou do. 

Secundus punctus. 

The secur.de poynt, as y sow say, 

That the mason worche apon the werk day. 270 

Also trwly, as he con or may, 

To deserve hys huyre for the halyday, 

And trwly to labrun on hys dede, 

Wei deserve to have hys mede. 

Tercius punctus. 

The thrydde poynt most be severele, 

With the prentes knowe hyt wele, 

Hys mayster conwsel he kepe and close, 

And hys felows by hys goode purpose ; 

The prevystye of the chamber telle he no mon, 

Ny yn the logge whatsever they done ; 280 

Whatsever thou heryst, or syste hem do, 

Telle hyt no mon, whersever thou go ; 

The conwsel of halle, and ^eke of bowre. 

Kepe hyt wel to gret honowre, 

Lest hyt wolde torne thyself to blame, 

And brynge the craft ynto gret schame. 

Quartus punctus. 

The fowrthe poynt techyth us alse, 

That no mon to hys craft be false ; 

Errour he schal maynteine none 

A^eynus the craft, but let hyt gone ; 290 

Ny no pregedysse he schal not do 

To hys mayster, ny hys felows also ; 

And tha^th the prentes be under awe, 

3et he wolde have the same lawe. 

Quintus punctus. 

The fyfthe poynte ys, withoute nay, 

That whenne the mason taketh hys pay 

Of the mayster, y-ordent to hym, 

Pul mekely y-take so most hyt byn ; 

3et most the mayster, by good resone, 

Warne hem lawfully byfore none, 300 

3ef he nulle okepye hem no more, 

As he hath y-done ther byfore ; 

A^eynus thys ordyr he may not stryve, 

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Sextus punctus. 

The syxte poynt ys ful jef to knowe, 

Bothe to hye and eke to lowe, 

For suche case hyt myjth befalle, 

Amonge the masonus, surame or alle, 

Throwghe envye, or dedly hate, 

Ofte aryseth ful gret debate. 310 

Thenne owyth the mason, jef that he may, 

Putte hem bothe undur a day ; 

But loveday ^et schul they make none, 

Tyl that the werke day be elene a-gone ; 

Apon the holyday je mowe wel take 

Leyser y-nowjgh loveday to make, 

Lest that hyt wolde the werke day 

Latte here werke for suche afray ; 

To suche ende thenne that ^e hem drawe, 

That they stonde wel yn Goddes lawe. 320 

Septimus punctus. 

The seventhe poynt he may wel mene, 
Of wel longe lyf that God us lene, 
As-hyt dyscryeth wel opunly, 
Thou schal not by thy maystres wyf ly, 
Ny by thy felows, yn no maner wyse, 
' Lest the craft wolde the despyse; 
Ny by thy felows concubyne, 
No more thou woldest he dede by thyne. 
The peyne thereof let lyt be ser, 

That he be prentes ful seven jer, 330 

3ef he forfete yn eny of hem, 
So y-chasted thenne most he ben ; 
Ful mekele care myjth ther begynne, 
For suche a fowle dedely synne. 

Octavus punctus. 

The eghte poynt, he may be sure, 

3ef thou hast y-taken any cure, 

Under thy mayster thou be trwe, 

For that poynt thou schal never arewe ; 

A trwe medyater thou most nede be 

To thy mayster, and thy felows fre ; 340 

Do trwly al . . . . that thou my^th, 

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Nonus punctus. 

The nynthe poynt we schul hym calle, 

That he be stwarde of oure halle, 

3ef that je beD yn chamber y-fere, 

Uchon serve other, with mylde chere ; 

Jentul felows, je moste hyt knowe, 

For to be stwardus alle o rowe, 

Weke after weke withoute dowte, 

Stwardus to ben so alle abowte, 330 

Lovelyche to serven uchon othur, 

As thawgh they were syster and brother ; 

Ther schal never won on other costage 

Fre hymself to no vantage, 

But every mon schal be lyche fre 

Yn that costage, so moste hyt be ; 

Loke that thou pay wele every mon algate, 

That thou hast y-bowjht any vytayles ate, 

That no cravynge be y-mad to the, 

Ny to thy felows, yn no degrfi, 360 

To mon or to wommon, whether he be, 

Pay hem wel and trwly, for that wol we ; 

Therof an thy felow trwe record thou take, 

For that good pay as thou dost make, 

Lest hyt wolde thy felowe schame, 

And brynge thyself ynto gret blame. 

3et good acowntes he most make 

Of suche godes as he hath y-take, 

Of thy felows goodes that thou hast spende, 

Wher, and how, and to what ende ; 370 

Suche acowntes thou most come to, 

Whenne thy felows wollen that thou do. 

Decimus punctus. 

The tenthe poynt presentyeth wel god lyf, 

To lyven withoute care and stryf ; 

For and the mason lyve amysse, 

And yn hys werk be false, y-wysse, 

And throws suche a false skewysasyon 

May sclawndren hys felows oute reson, 

Thrown ' a ' se sclawnder of suche lame 

May make the craft kachone blame. 380 

3ef he do the craft suche vylany, 

Do hym no favour thenne securly, 

Ny maynteine not hym yn wyked lyf, 

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But jet hym je schul not delayme, 

But that je schullen hym oonstrayne, 

For to apere whersevor je wylle, 

Whar that ge wolen, lowde or stylle ; 

To the nexte semble je schul hym calle, 

To apere byfore hys felows alle, 390 

And but jef he wyl byfore hym pere, 

The crafte he inoste nede forswere ; 

He schal thenne be chasted after the lawe 

That was y-fownded by olde dawe. 

Functus undecimus. 

The eleventhe poynt ys of good dyscrecyoun, 

As je raowe knowe by good resoun ; 

A mason, and he thys craft wel con, 

That syjth hys felow hewen on a ston, 

And ys yn poynt to spylle that ston, 

Amende hyt sone, jef that thou con, 400 

And teche hym thenne hyt to amende, 

That the hole werke be not y-schende. 

And teche hym esely hyt to amende, 

With fayre wordes, that God the hath lende ; 

For hys sake that sytte above, 

"With swete wordes noresche hym love. 

Punctus duodecimus. 

The twelthe poynt ys of gret ryoltfi, 

Ther as the semble y-holde schal be, 

Ther schul be maystrys and felows also, 

And other grete lordes mony mo ; 410 

Ther schal be the scheref of that contrfi, 

And also the meyr of that sytfi, 

Kny^tes and sqwyers ther schul be,' 

And other aldermen, as je schul se ; 

Suche ordynance as they maken there, 

They schul maynt6 hyt hoi y-fere 

Ajeynus that mon, whatsever he be, 

That longuth to the craft bothe fayr and fre. 

3ef he any stryf ajeynus hem make, 

Ynto here warde he schal be take. 420 

xiijus punctus. 

The threntethe poynt ys to us ful luf, 
He schal swere never to be no thef, 
Ny soker hym yn hys fals craft, 
For no good that he hath byraft, 
And thou mo we hyt knowe or syn, 
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xiiiju* punctus. 

The fowrtethe poynt ys ful good lawe 

To hym that wold ben under awe ; 

A good trwe othe he most ther swere 

To hys mayster and hys felows that ben there ; 430 

He most be stedefast and trwe also 

To alle thys ordynance, whersever he go, 

And to hys lyge lord the kynge, 

To be trwe to hym, over alle thynge. 

And alle these poyntes hyr before 

To hem thou most nede be y-swore, 

And alle schul swere the same ogth 

Of the masonus, ben they luf, ben they loght, 

To all these poyntes hyr byfore, 

That hath ben ordeynt by ful good lore. 440 

And they schul enquere every mon 

On his party, as wyl as he con, 

3ef any mon mowe be y-fownde gulty 

Yn any of these pointes spesyaly; 

And whad he be, let hym be sowjht, 

And to the sembl6 let hym be browght. 

Quindecimus punctus. 

The fyftethe poynt ys of ful good lore, 

For hem that schul ben ther y-swore, 

Suche ordynance at the sembl6 was layd 

Of grete lordes and maystres beforesayd ; 450 

For thylke that ben unbuxon, y-wysse, 

Ageynus the ordynance that there ysse 

Of these artyculus, that were y-meved there, 

Of grete lordes and masonus al y-fere. 

And gef they ben y-preved opunly 

Byfore that semble, by an by, 

And for here gultes no mendys wol make, 

Thenne most they nede the craft forsake; 

And so masonus craft they schul refuse, 

And swere hyt never more for to use. 460 

But gef that they wol mendys make, 

Ajayn to the craft they schul never take ; 

And jef that they nul not do so, 

The scheref schal come hem sone to, 

And putte here bodyes yn duppe prison, 

For the trespasse that they hav y-don, 

And take here goodes and here cattelle 

Ynto the kynges hond, every delle, 

And lete hem dwelle there ful stylle, 

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Alia ordinacio artis gemetrim. 
They ordent ther a semblfe to be y-holde 
Every ger, whersever they wolde, 
To amende the defautes, jef any where fonde 
Amonge the craft withynne the londe ; 
Uche jer or thrydde ger hyt schuld be holde, 
Yn every place whersever they wolde ; 
Tyme and place most be ordeynt also, 
Yn what place they schul semble to, 
Alle the men of craft ther they most ben, 
And other grete lordes, as ge mowe sen, 430 

To mende the fautes that buth ther y-spoke, 
3ef that eny of hem ben thenne y- broke. 
Ther they schullen ben alle y-swore, 
That longuth to thys craftes lore, 
To kepe these statutes everychon, 
That ben y- ordeynt by kynge Adelston ; 
These statutes that y have hyr y-fonde 
Y chulle they ben holde throgh my londe, 
For the worsch6 of my rygolt6, 

That y have by my dygnytfi. 490 

Also at every sembl6 that ge holde, 
That ge come to gowre lyge kyng bolde, 
Byseehyng hym of hys hye grace, 
To stonde with gow yn every place, 
To conferme the statutes of kynge Adelston, 
That he ordeydnt to thys craft by good reson. 

Ars quatuor coronatorum. 

Pray we now to God almyght, 

And to hys moder Mary bryght, 

That we mowe keepe these artyculu's here, 

And these poynts wel al y-fere, 500 

As dede these holy martyres fowre, 

That yn thys craft were of gret honoure ; 

They were as gode masonus as on erthe schul go, 

Gravers and ymage-makers they were also, 

For they were werkemen of the beste. 

The emperour hade to hem gret luste;. 

He wylned of hem a ymage to make, 

That mowgh be worscheped for his sake ; 

Suche mawmetys he hade yn hys dawe, 

To turne the pepul from Crystus lawe. .">! 

But they were stedefaste yn Crystes lay, 

And to here craft, withouten nay ; 

They loved wel God and alle hys lore, 

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Trwe men they were yn that dawe, 

And lyved wel y Goddus lawe ; 

They thought no mawmetys for to make, 

For no good that they myjth take, 

To levyn on that mawmetys for here God, 

They nolde do so, thaw^ he were wod ; 

For they nolde not forsake here trw fay, 

An byleve on hys falsse lay. 

The emperour let take hem sone anone, 

And putte hem ynto a dep presone : 

The sarre he penest hem yn that plase, 

The more yoye wes to hem of Cristus grace. 

Thenne when he sye no nother won, 

To dethe he lette hem thenne gon ; 

Whose wol of here lyf set mor knowe, 

By the bok he may hyt schowe, 530 

In the legent of scanctorum, 

The names of quatuor coronatorum. 

Here fest wol be, withoute nay, 

After Alle Halwen the eyght day. 

3e mow here as y do rede, 

That mony ^eres after, for gret drede 

That Noees flod was alle y-ronne, 

The tower of Babyloyne was begonne, 

Also playne werke of lyme and ston, 

As any mon schulde loke uppon ; 540 

So long and brod hyt was begonne, 

Seven myle the he^ghte schadweth the sonne. 

Kyng Nabogodonoser let hyt make, 

To gret strenthe for monus sake, 

Tha^gh suche a flod ajayne schulde come, 

Over the werke hyt schulde not nome ; 

For they hadde so hye pride, with strange bost, 

Alle that werke therfore wos y-lost ; 

An angele smot hem so with dyveres speche, 

That never won wyste what other schuld reche. 550 

Mony eres after, the goode clerk Euclyde 

Ta^ghte the craft of gemetr6 wonder wyde, 

So he dede that tyme other also, 

Of dyvers craftes mony mo. 

Through hye grace of Crist yn heven, 

He commensed yn the syens seven ; 

Gramatica ys the furste syens y-wysse, 

Diabetica the secunde, so have y blysse, 

Rethorica the thrydde, without nay, 

Musica ys the fowrth, as y jow say, 5G0 

Astromia ys the v, by my snowte, 

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Gemetria the seventhe maketh an ende, 

For he ys bothe meke and hende. 

Gramer forsothe ys the rote, 

Whose wyl lurne on the boke ; 

But art passeth yn hys degre\ 

As the fryte doth the rote of the tre ; 

Rethoryk metryth with orne speche amonge, 

And musyke hyt ys a swete songe ; 570 

Astronomy nombreth, my dere brother, 

Arsmetyk scheweth won thyng that ys another, 

Gemetre' the seventhe syens hyt ysse, 

That con deperte falshed from trewthe y-wys. 

These ben the syens seven, 

Whose useth hem wel, he may han heven. 

Now dere chyldren, by ^owre wytte, 

Pride and covetyse that ^e leven hytte, 

And taketh hede to goode dyserecyon, 

And to good norter, whersever ^e com. 580 

Now y pray £ow take good hede, 

For thys' je most kenne nede, 

But muche more ^e moste wyten, 

Thenne ^e fynden hyr y-wryten. 

3ef the fayle thereto wytte, 

Pray to God to sende the hytte ; 

For Crist hymself, he techet ous 

That holy churche ys Goddes hous, 

That ys y-mad for nothynge ellus 

But for to pray yn, as the bok tellus ; 590 

Ther the pepul schal gedur ynne, 

To pray and wepe for here synne. 

Loke thou come not to churche late, 

For to speke harlotry by the gate ; 

Thenne to churche when thou dost fare, 

Have yn thy mynde ever mare 

To worschepe thy Lord God bothe day and ny^th, 

With all thy wyttes, and eke thy mygth. 

To the churche dore when thou dost come, 

Of that holy water ther sum thow nome, 600 

For every drope thou felust ther 

Qwenchet a venyal synne, be thou ser. 

But furst thou most do down thy hode, 

For hyse love that dyed on the rode. 

Into the churche when thou dost gon, 

Pulle uppe thy herte to Crist, anon ; 

Uppon the rode thou loke uppe then, 

And knele down fayre on bothe thy knen; 

Then pray to hym so hyr to worche, 

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For to kepe the comandementes ten, 
That God jaf to alle men ; 
And pray to hym with mylde steven 
To kepe the from the synnes seven, 
That thou hyr mowe, yn thy lyve, 
Kepe the wel from care and stryve; 
Forthermore he grante the grace, 
In heven blysse to han a place. 
In holy churche lef nyse wordes 
Of lewed speche, and fowle wordes, 
And putte away alle vanyte\ 
And say thy pater noster and thyn ave; 
Loke also thou make no bere, 
But ay to be yn thy prayere ; 
3ef thou wolt not thyselve pray, 
Latte non other mon by no way. 
In that place nowther sytte ny stonde, 
But knele fayre down on the gronde, 
And, when the Gospel me rede schal, 

Fayre thou stonde up fro the wal, 630 

And blesse the fayre, gel that thou conne, 
When gloria tibi is begonne ; 
And when the gospel ys y-done, 
A^ayn thou my^th knele adown ; 
On bothe thy knen down thou falle, 
For hyse love that bow^th us alle ; 
And when thou herest the belle rynge 
To that holy sakerynge, 
Knele je most, bothe jynge and olde, 

And bothe jor hondes fayn upholde, 640 

And say thenne yn thys manere, 
Fayr and softe, withoute bere : 
" Jhesu Lord, welcom thou be, 
Yn forme of bred, as y the se ! 
Now Jhesu, for thyn holy name, 
Schulde me from synne and schame ; 
Schryff and hosel thou grant me bo, 
3er that y schal hennus go, 
And very contrycyon of my synne, 

That y never, Lord, dye therynne ; 650 

And, as thou were of a mayde y-bore, 
Sofre me never to be y-lore ; 
But when y schal hennus wende, 
Grante me the blysse withoute ende ; 
Amen ! amen ! so mot hyt be ! 
Now, swete lady, pray for me." 
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For covetyse after good, spare thou nought 

To worschepe hym that alle hath wroght ; 660 

For glad may a mon that day ben, 

That onus yn the day may hym sen ; 

Hyt ys so muche worthe, withoute nay, 

The vertu therof no mon telle may; 

But so meehe good doth that syht, 

As seynt Austyn telluth ful ryht, 

That day thou syst Goddus body, 

Thou schalt have these, ful securly : — 

Mete and drynke at tny nede, 

Non that day schal the gnede ; 670 

Ydul othes, and wordes bo, 

God for^eveth the also ; 

Soden deth, that ylke day, 

The dar not drede by no way; 

Also that day, y the plyht 

Thou schalt not lese thy eye syht ; 

And uche fote that thou gost then, 

That holy syht for to sen, 

They schul be told to stoude yn stede, 

When thou hast therto gret nede; OHI 

That messongere, the angele Gabryelle, 

Wol kepe hem to the full welle. 

From thys mater now y may passe, 

To telle mo medys of the masse : 

To churche come ^et, ^ef thou may, 

And here thy masse uche day ; 

3ef thou mowe not come to churche, 

Wher that thou doste worche, 

When thou herest to masse knylle, 

Pray to God with herte stylle, 690 

To jeve the part of that servyse, 

That yn churche ther don yse. 

Forthermore ^et, y wol jow preche 

To ^owre felows, hyt for to teehe, 

When thou eomest byfore a lorde, 

Yn halle, yn bowre, or at the borde, 

Hod or cappe that thou of do, 

3er thou come hym allynge to; 

Twyes or thryes, withoute dowte, 

To that lord thou moste lowte ; 700 

With thy ry^th kne let hyt be do, 

Thyn owne worschepe thou save so. 

Holde of thy cappe, and hod also, 

Tyl thou have leve hyt on to do. 

Al the whyle thou spekest with hym, 

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So, affter the norter of the boke, 

Yn hys face lovely thou loke. 

Fot and hond, thou kepe ful stylle 

From clawynge and trypynge, ys sckylle; 710 

From spyttyng and snyftynge kepe the also, 

By privy avoydans let hyt go. 

And jef that thou be wyse and felle, ^ 

Thou hast gret nede to governe the welle. 

Ynto the halle when thou dost wende, 

Amonges the genteles, good and hende, 

Presume not to hye for nothynge, 

For thyn hye blod, ny thy comynge, 

Nowther to sytte, ny to lene, 

That ys norther good and clene. 720 

Let not thy cowntenans therfore abate, 

Forsothe, good norter wol save thy state. 

Fader and moder, whatsever they be, 

"Wei ys the ehyld that wel may the, 

Yn halle, yn chamber, whe'r thou dost gon, « 

Gode maneres maken a mon. 

To the nexte degr6 loke wysly, 

To do hem reverans by and by ; 

Do hem jet no reverans al o-rowe, 

But jef that thou do hem knowe. 730 

To the mete when thou art y-sette, 

Fayre and onestelyche thou ete hytte ; 

Fyrst loke that thyn honden be clene, 

And that thy knyf be scharpe and kene ; 

And kette thy bred al at thy mete, 

By^th as hyt may be ther y-ete. 

3ef thou sytte by a worthyour mon, 

Then thy selven thou art won, 

Sofre hym fyrst to toyche the mete, 

3er thyself to hyt reche. 740 

To the fayrest mossel thou my^ht not strike, 

Thaght that thou do hyt wel lyke ; 

Kepe thyn hondes, fayr and wel, 

From fowle smogynge of thy towel ; 

Theron thou schalt not thy nese snyte, 

Ny at the mete thy.tothe thou pyke; 

To depe yn the coppe thou my^ght not synke, 

Thagh thou have good wyl to drinke, 

Lest thyn enyn wolde wattryn therby — 

Then were hyt no curtesy. 750 

Loke yn thy mowth ther be no mete, 

When thou begynnyst to drynke or speke. 

When thou syst any mon drynkynge, 

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Sone anonn thou sese thy tale, 

Whether he drynke wyn other ale. 

Loke also thou scorne no mon, 

Yn what degre thou syst hym gon ; 

Ny thou schalt no mon deprave, 

3ef thou wolt thy worschepe save ; 760 

For suche worde myjht ther outberste, 

That my^ht make the sytte yn evel reste. 

Close thy honde yn thy fyste, 

And kepe the wel fro " had-y-wyste." 

Yn chamber, amonge the ladyes bryght, 

Holde thy tonge and spende thy syght; 

Lawje thou not with no gret cry, 

Ny«make no ragynge with rybody. 

Play thou not but with thy peres, 

Ny tel thou not al that thou heres ; 770 

Dyskever thou not thyn owne dede, 

For no merthe, ny for no mede ; 

With fayr speche thou myght have thy wylle, 

With hyt thou myght thy selven spylle. 

When thou metyst a worthy mon, 

Cappe and hod thou holle not on ; 

Yn churche, yn chepyns, or yn the gate, 

Do hym revera[n]s after hys state. 

3ef thou gost with a worthyor mon 

Then thyselven thou art won, 780 

Let thy forther schuld sewe hys backe, 

For that ys not withoute lacke ; 

When he doth speke, holt the stylle, 

When he hath don, sey for thy wylle, 

Yn thy speche that thou be felle, 

And what thou sayst avyse the welle ; 

But byref thou not hym hys tale, 

Nowther at the wyn, ny at the ale. 

Cryst then of hys hye grace, 

3eve jow bothe wytte and space, 790 

Wels thys boke to conne and rede, 

Heven to have for ^owre mede ! 

Amen ! amen ! so mot hyt be ! 

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GLOSSARY. 



Abelyche, 243, ably. 

Adown, 634, down. See Chaucer, Cant. 

T., 17054, wb,ere it means below, its 

more usual meaning. 
Ageynus, 290, 303, 417, 452, against. 
A-gone, 314, gone, past. 
Algate, 81, 264, 357, always, by all means, 

everyway. The corresponding Lat. 

omnino in the Prompt. Parv. scarcely 

explains it. Omnimodo is the better 

explanation. 
Alle-halwen, 534, Allhallows. 
Allynge, 698, totally, entirely. See Flor. 

and Blanch., 669. 
Almyght, 497, all powerful. This line 

often occurs in early poetry. 
Alse, 287, also. 
An, 522, and. 
And, 222, 375, if. 
Apere, 387, 390, to appear. 
Apon, 93, 254, 270, 315, upon. 
Arewe, 90, 338, to repent. 
Arsmetyk, 572, arithmetic. 
Astate, 82, 263, estate, dignity. 
Avoydans, 712, expulsion. 
Avyse, 786, to advise, to consider. "Avyse 

the welle" is a common phrase in 

early poetry. See Ywaine and Gawin, 

1511. 
Barnes, 77, barons. 
Bere, 623, 642, noise, cry. See Kyng 

Alisaunder, 550. 
Be-se, 128, to see, to behold. A. S. be- 

seon. It here means to take care. 
Bo, 617, 671, both. 
Byraft, 424, bereaved, deprived. 
Byref, 787, deprive. 
Carpynge, 754, speech. 
Chasted, 393, chastised. 
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Chepyns, 777, markets. 

Chulle, 488, will. 

Clept, 35, called. 

Con, 397, to know. 

Con, 400, can. 

Conne, 172, 631, can. 

Conwsel, 277, 283, counsel. 

Costage, 353, 356, cost, expense. See Sir 
Amadas, 444 ; Maundevile's Travels, 
p. 125. ' 

Covetyse, 659, covetousness. 

Cownterfetyd, 23, imitated. 

Cowthe, 7, 75, 230, could, was able. See 
Prol. Cant. T., 392; Maundevile's 
Travels, p. 132. It is more generally 
formed from con, to know, than from 
the other sense of the verb. See 
above, the two meanings of con. 

Crese, 174, to increase. 

Curys, 248, cares. 

Curysly, 28, curiously. 

Curyst6, 32, curiosity. 

Curyus, 205, curious. 

Cuthe, 51, acquaintance, relationship. 

Dawe, 394, 509, 515, day. 

Defawtys, 69, defects. 

Del, 68, 468, part. 

Delayme, 385, delay. 

Deperte, 574, divide. 

Desese, 10, 134, inconvenience. "An- 
gustia" is the corresponding Latin 
word in the Prompt. Parv. 

Duppe, 465, deep. 

Dyscryth, 323, describelh. 

Enterlyche, 241, entirely. 

Enyn, 749, eyes. 

Erys, 59, years. 

Everychon, 485, every one. 

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Fare, 595, to go. 

Fay, 521, faith. 

Fayre, 631, well, fairly. 

Felle, 194, 713, strong. 

Fonde, 55, discovered. 

Fre,-226, noble, liberal. 

Fryte, 568, fruit. 

Fryth, 6, 266, an inclosed wood. See 
Lud. Cot, p. 264; Piers Ploughman, 
pp. 224, 241, 355; Drayton's Polyolb., 
xi. p. 862; Eobson's Rom., pp. 1, 3. 

Fynde, 5, to provide with food, clothing, etc. 
We still use the word, — a man is to 
have so much a week, and find himself. 

sjaf, 24, gave. 

3 ef, 33, if. 

Jjef, 305, given. 

Gemetry, 19, etc., geometry. 

ger, 60, ere, before. 

gese, 141, ease. 

Gnede, 670, be wanting. 

Gon, 528, go. 

Grake, 200, crack. 

Gravers, 504, engravers. 

Jjurne, 174, early. 

gyndynge, 12, ending. 

Had-y-wyste, 764, an exclamation of 
those who repented of anything un- 
advisedly performed. The expression 
addiwissen is said to be still in use in 
the North in the same sense. See 
Brocket's Glossary, ed. 1825, p. 2. 
It is rather amusing to read Ash's 
explanation of this word, in v. The 
expression is very common in Eliza- 
bethan writers. 

Han, 576, 618, have. 

Hem, 5, them. 

Hende, 564, 716, courteous, gentle. 

Herberen, 181, harbour, protect. 

Here, 592, their. 

Herre, 38, 142, higher. 

Hosel, 647, the Sacrament of the Lord's 
Supper. 

Hye, 306, high. 

Hyr, 106, hear. 

Hytte, 586, it. 

Kachone, 380, catch. 

Kenne, 582, to show. 

Kette, 735, to cut. 



Knen, 608, knees. 

Knygtes, 413, knights. 

Knylle, 689, to knell. 

Labrun, 273, to labour. 

Ladyysse, 3, ladies. 

Lame, 397, often. This seems to be a 

ramification of A. S. gelome. 
Lasse, 34, less. 
Latte, 318, 626, hinder. 
Lawge, 767, laugh. 
Lay, 511, 522, law, religion. 
Lende, 404, given. 
Lene, 322, to grant, to give. 
Leyser, 316, leisure, opportunity. 
Logge, 133, 280, a lodge. In Kyng 

Alisaunder, 4295, the word is used 

for a tent. 
Loght, 438, loath. 
Longuth, 418, belongeth. 
Loveday, 313, 316, a day appointed for 

the amicable settlement of differences. 

It corresponds to the Lat. sequestra in 

the Prompt. Parv. See Lud. Cov., p. 

Ill ; Cant. T., 260 ; H. of Fame, ii. 

187; Test, of Love, ed. Urry, p. 481. 
Lovelyche, 351, 706, lovely. 
Lowte, 700, to bow, to make obeisance. 
Luf, 421, 438, dear, willing. Another 

form of lef or leve. 
Luste, 506, liking. 
Lyche, 355, alike, equally. 
Mawmetys, 509, 517, 519, idols. See 

Cant. T., iv. 85. 
Maynte", 416, maintain. 
Mechul, 260, much. 
Mede, 98, bride, reward. 
Medys, 684, rewards. 
Mekele, 333, much. 
Mendys, 457, 461, amends. 
Meserable, 242, measurable. 
Metryth, 569, measureth. 
Meyr, 412, mayor. 
Mo, 261, more. 
Moder, 498, mother. 
Monus, 544, man's. 
Most, 477, must. 
Most, 11, chiefly. 
Mot, 655, may. 
Mowe, 315, 499, may. 
Nolde, 520, 521, would not. 



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Nome, 546, 600, take. 

Norter, 580, 707, nurture. 

Nother, 527, other, with the negative 
particle. 

Nowther, 180, neither. 

Nulle, 301, 463, will not. 

Ny, 6, nor. 

Ogth, 437, oath. 

Okepye, 301, to occupy. 

Onestlyehe, 18, honestly. 

Ordeynt, 21, 477, 496, ordained. 

Orne, 569, adorned. 

Orowe, 348, 729, in a row. 

Other, 756, or. 

Oute, 378, without. 

Outrage, 150, not perfect. 

Over, 434, above. 

Over-raft, 114, overtaken. 

Penest, 525, punished, pained. 

Pere, 391, to appear. 

Peyseth, 210, weigheth. 

Plyht, 675, promise. 

Ponge, 210, pound. 

Poyntys, 86, divisions. 

Pregedysse, 162, 291, prejudice. 

Prevytyse, 279, privities. 

Qwenchet, 602, quenches. 

Qwyte, 172, requite. 

Rechelaschepe, 191, recklessness. 

Bode, 604, 607, the Cross. 

Bybody, 768, ribaldry. 

Kygoltg, 489, royalty. 

Eyolt^, 407, royalty. 

Sakerynge, 638, 658, Sacrament. 

Sarre, 525, sorer. 

Say, 61, to tell. 

Schadweth, 542, shadoweth. 

Schert, 192, short, little. 

Schryff, 647, confession. 

Sokylle, 710, reason. 

Senible', 75, an assembly. 

Ser, 602, sure. 

Sese, 755, to cease. 

Seuerans, 121, assurance. 

Sewe, 781, to follow. 

Skwsaeyon, 112, 377, an excuse. 

Smogynge, 744, smudging, smearing. The 

word is still in use. 
Snyftynge, 711, snuffling. This word is 
still in almost general use. 



Snyte, 745, to blow the nose. This word 
is still in use in the North. Ray ex- 
plains it "to wipe." See his "Collec- 
tion of English Words," 1674, p. 44. 

So, 148. This is probably a mistake in 
the MS. for se. 

Soget, 49, subject. 

Soker, 423, to succour. 

Sowgton, 85, sought. 

Sqwyers, 413, squires. 

Steven, 613, voice. 

Strajjfte, 72, straight, directly. 

Sware, 257, oath. 

Swythe, 147, very. 

Sycurly, 18, securely. 

Sye, 527, saw. 

Sy^th, 398, sees. 

Syn, 425, see. 

Syste, 281, seest. 

Take, 420, taken. 

Tellus, 590, tells, says. 

Thawj, 520, though. 

The, 724, to thrive, to prosper. 

Tho, 63, then. 

Thylke, 183, 451, that. 

Trwe, 337, 339, true. 

Trwly, 341, truly. 

Tyl, 470, as long as. 

Uche, 475, each. 

Uchon, 41, each one. 

Unbuxom, 113, 451, disobedient. 

Unperfyt, 155, imperfect. 

Vantage, 149, 354, profit, advantage. 

Whad, 445, what. 

Whersever, 432, 472, 476, wheresoever. 

Wod, 520, mad. 

Won, 47, one. 

Worsch^, 489, worship. 

Woste, 92, knowest. 

Wrogton, 86, wrought. 

Wryte, 2, written. 

Wylned, 507, willed. 

Wyste, 550, knew. 

Wyten, 583, know. 

Wytte, 53, knowledge. 

Y-bore, 651, born. 

Y-bow^ht, 358, bought. 

Y-broke, 482, broken. 

Y-callud, 44, called. 

Y-chasted, 332, chastised. 



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Y-olepede, 46, called, named. 
Y-cownjterfetyd, 22, imitated. 
T-done, 302, 466, 633, done. 
Ydul, 671, idle. 
Y-ete, 736, eaten. 
Y-fere, 4, together. 
Y-fonde, 211, 443, 487, found. 
Y-fownded, 394, founded. 
Y-holde, 408, 471, holden. 
Y-lore, 652, lost. 
Y-mad, 359, 589, made. 
Y-meved, 453, moved. 
Y-now^gh, 316, enough. 
Y-ordeynt, 261, 486, ordained. 
Yoye, 526, joy. 
Y-preved, 455, proved. 
Y-quellude, 182, killed. 
Y-ronne, 537, run. 



Y-schende, 402, ruined, destroyed. The 
part. pas. shent occurs in the Merry 
Wives of Windsor, i. 4, which Mr. 
Knight explains " roughly handled," 
a very bad guess of Steevens', which 
Mr. Knight, as usual, has appro- 
priated to himself. 

Yse, 692, is. 

Y-sette, 731, set down. 

Y-spoke, 481, spoken. 

Ysse, 119, 573, is. 

Y-swore, 436, 448, 483, sworn. 

Y-take, 133, 208, 298, 368, taken. 

Y-taken, 336, taken. 

Y-tolde, 109, told. 

Y-wisse, 4, 451, certainly. 

Y-worschepede, 45, reverenced. 

Y-wryten, 584, written. 



MASONIC REGULATIONS OF A.L. 5663. 



The following regulations, among others, were made at a General Assembly, 
held on the 27th of December 5663, at which Henry Jermyn, Earl of St. Albans, 
was elected Grand Master, who appointed Sir John Denham, Knight, his Deputy, 
and Christopher Wren and John "Webb his "Wardens : — 

1. " That no person, of what degree soever, be made or accepted a Freemason 
unless in a regular Lodge, whereof one to be a Master or a Warden in that 
limit or division where such Lodge is kept, and another to be a Craftsman in 
the trade of Freemasonry. 

2. " That no person hereafter shall be accepted a Freemason but such as are 
of able body, honest parentage, good reputation, and an observer of the laws of 
the land. 

3. " That no person hereafter, who shall be accepted as a Freemason, shall be 
admitted into any Lodge or Assembly, until he has brought a certificate of the 
time and place of his acceptation from the Lodge that accepted him, unto the 
Master of that limit or division where such Lodge is kept. And the said 
Master shall enroll the same in a roll of parchment to be kept for that purpose, 
and shall give an account of all such acceptations at every General Assembly. 

4. " That every person who is now a Freemason, shall bring to the Master a 
note of the time of his acceptation, to the end the same may be enrolled in such 
priority of place as the brother deserves ; and that the whole company and fel- 
lows may the better know each other. 

5. " That for the future, the said fraternity of Freemasons shall be regulated 
and governed by one Grand Master and as many Wardens as the said Society 
shall think fit to appoint at every Annual General Assembly. 

6. " That no person shall be accepted unless he be twenty-one years old, or 
more." 

CHARGES READ AT INSTALLATION. 

The Lodge of Antiquity in London has in its possession the manuscript of 
the following charges written in the reign of James the Second : — 

"***** And furthermore, at divers assemblies have been put and or- 
dained divers crafties, by the best advise of magistrates and fellows, Tunc unus 
ex senioribus tenet librum, et illiponent rnanum suam super librum. 

" Every man that is a Mason take good heed to these charges (wee pray,) that 
if any man find himselfe guilty of any of these charges that he may amend 
himselfe or principally for dread of God ; you that be charged take good heed 
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that you keepe all these charges well ; for it is a great evil for a man to for- 
swear himselfe upon a book. 

" The first charge is, That yee shall be true men to God and the holy church, 
and to use no error or heresie by your understanding and by wise men's teach- 
ing. Also, 

" Secondly, That yee shall be true liege men to the King of England, without 
treason or any falsehood, and that yee know no treason or treachery, but yee 
shall give knowledge thereof to the King, or to his counsell ; also yee shall be 
true one to another, (that is to say) every Mason of the craft that is Mason al- 
lowed, yee shall doe to him as yee would be done unto yourselfe. 

" Thirdly, And yee shall keepe truely all the counsell that ought to be kept in 
the way of Masonhood, and all the counsell of the Lodge or of the chamber. 
Also, that yee shall be no thiefe, nor thieves to your knowledge free : that yee 
shall be true to the king, lord, or master that yee serve, and truely to see and 
worke for his advantage. 

< " Fourthly, Yee shall call all Masons your fellows, or your brethren, and no 
other names. 

" Fifthly, Yee shall not take your fellow's wife in villany, nor deflower his 
daughter or servant, nor put him to no disworship. 

" Sixthly, Yee shall truely pay for your meat, or drinke wheresoever yee goe, to 
table or bord. Also, yee shall doe no villany there, whereby the craft or science 
may be slandered. 

" These be the charges general to every true Mason, both Masters and Fel- 
lows." 

" Now will I rehearse other charges single for Masons allowed oraccepted. 

" First, That no Mason take on him no lord's worke, nor any other man's, un- 
less he know himselfe well able to perform the worke, so that the craft have no 
slander. 

" Secondly, Also, that no Master take worke, but that he take reasonable pay 
for itt ; so that the lord may be truely served, and the master to live honestly, 
and to pay his fellows truely. And that no master or fellow supplant others of 
their worke, (that is to say) that if he hath taken a worke, or else stand master 
of any worke, that he shall not put him out, unless he be unable of cunning to 
make an end of his worke. And no master nor fellow shall take no apprintice 
for less than seaven years. And that the apprintice be free-born, and of limbs 
whole as a man ought to be, and no bastard. And that no master or fellow 
take no allowance to be made Mason without the assent of his fellows, at the 
least six or seaven. 

" Thirdly, That he that be made be able in all degrees ; that is, free-born, of 
a good kindred, true, and no bondsman, and that he have his right limbs as a 
man ought to have. 

" Fourthly, That a master take no apprintice without he have occupation to 
occupy two or three fellows at the least. 

" Fifthly, That no master or fellow put away any lord's worke to taske that 
ought to be journey-worke. 

" Sixthly, That every master give pay to his fellows and servants as they may 
deserve, soe that he be not defamed with false workeing. And that none slander 
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" Seaventhly, That no fellow in the house or abroad answear another ungodly 
or reproveably without a cause. 

" Eighthly, That every Master Mason doe reverence his elder ; and that a 
Mason be no common plaier at the cards, dice, or hazard ; or at any other nn- 
lawful plaies, through the which the science and craft may be dishonoured and 
slandered. 

" Ninthly, That no fellow goe into the town by night, except he have a fellow 
with him, who may bear him record that he was in an honest place. 

" Tenthly, That every master and fellow shall come to the Assemblie, if itt 
be within fifty miles of him, if he have any warning. And if he have trespassed 
against the craft to abide the award of masters and fellows. 

" Eleventhly, That every Master Mason and fellow that hath trespassed against 
the craft shall stand to the correction of other masters and fellows to make him 
accord ; and if they cannot accord, to go to the common law. 

" Twelfthly, That a Master or fellow make not a mould-stone, square, nor 
rule, to no lowen, nor let no lowen worke within their Lodge, nor without, to 
mould-stone. 

" Thirteenthly, That every Mason receive and cherish strange fellows when 
they come over the countrie, and set them on worke if they will worke, as the 
manner is, (that is to say) if the Mason have any mould-stone in his place, he 
shall give him a mould-stone, and sett him on worke ; and if he have none, the 
Mason shall refresh him with money unto the next Lodge. 

" Eourteenthly, That every Mason shall truely serve his master for his pay. 

" Fifteenthly, That every master shall truely make an end of his worke, taske, 
or journey, whithersoe it be. 

" These be all the charges and covenants that ought to be read at the install- 
ment of Master, or making of a Freemason or Freemasons. The Almighty 
God of Jacob, who ever have you and me in his keeping, bless us now and ever. 
Amen." 

The Charges of a Freemason, extracted from the ancient records of 
Lodges beyond sea, and of those in England, Scotland, and Ire- 
land, for the use of the lodges in London. To be Read at the 
Making of New Brethren, or when the Master shall order it. 

THE GENERAL HEADS, viz.: 
I. Of God and Religion. 
II. Of the Civil Magistrate, supreme and subordinate. 

III. Of Lodges. 

IV. Of Masters, Wardens, Fellows, and Apprentices. 
V. Of the Management of the Craft in working. 

VI. Of Behaviour, viz.: 

1. In the Lodge while constituted. 

2. After the Lodge is over, and the Brethren not gone. 

3. When Brethren meet without strangers, but not in a Lodge. 

4. In the presence of strangers not Masons. 

5. At home, and in the neighbourhood. 

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I. CONCERNING GOD AND EeLIGION. 

A Mason is obliged, by his tenure, to obey the moral law ; and if he rightly 
understands the art, he will never be a stupid Atheist, nor an irreligious libertine. 
But though in ancient times Masons were charged in every country to be of the 
religion of that country or nation, whatever it was, yet it is now thought more 
expedient only to oblige them to that religion in which all men agree, leaving 
their particular opinions to themselves ; that is, to be good men and true, or 
men of honour and honesty, by whatever denominations or persuasions they may 
be distinguished ; whereby Masonry becomes the centre of union, and the means 
of conciliating true friendship among persons that must have remained at a per- 
petual distance. 

II. Of the Civil Magistrate, supreme and subordinate. 

A Mason is a peaceable subject to the civil powers, wherever he resides or 
works, and is never to be concerned in plots and conspiracies against the peace 
and welfare of the nation, nor to behave himself undutifully to inferior magis- 
trates ; for as Masonry hath been always injured by war, bloodshed, and confu- 
sion, so ancient kings and princes have been much disposed to encourage the 
Craftsmen, because of their peaceableness and loyalty, whereby they practically 
answered the cavils of their adversaries, and promoted the honour of the Fra- 
ternity, who ever nourished in times of peace. So that if a Brother should be 
a rebel against the State, he is not to be countenanced in his rebellion, however 
he may be pitied as an unhappy man ; and, if convicted of no other crime, 
though the loyal Brotherhood must and ought to disown his rebellion, and give 
no umbrage or ground of political jealousy to the government for the time being, 
they cannot expel him from the Lodge, and his relation to it remains indefeasible. 

III. Of Lodges. 

A Lodge is a place where Masons assemble and work : hence that assembly 
or duly-organized society of Masons is called a Lodge, and every Brother ought 
to belong to one, and to be subject to its By-Laws and the General Regulations. 
It is either particular or general, and will be best understood by attending it, 
and by the Begulations of the General or Grand Lodge hereunto annexed. In 
ancient times, no Master or Fellow could be absent from it, especially when 
warned to appear at it, without incurring a severe censure, until it appeared to 
the Master and "Wardens that pure necessity hindered him. 

The persons admitted members of a Lodge must be good and true men, free- 
born, and of mature and discreet age, no bondmen, no women, no immoral or 
scandalous men, but of good report. 

IV. Of Masters, Wardens, Fellows, and Apprentices. 

All preferment among Masons is grounded upon real worth and personal merit 
only ; that so the Lords may be well served,' the Brethren not put to shame, nor 
the royal Craft despised ; 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 Fra- 

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ternity : only candidates may know, that no Master should take an Apprentice 
unless he has sufficient employment for him, anjl unless, he be a perfect youth, 
having no maim or defect in his body, that may render him incapable of learn- 
ing the art, of serving his Master's lord, and of being made a Brother, and then 
a Fellow Craft 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 qualified, he may arrive to the honour of being 
the "Warden, and then the Master of the Lodge, the Grand "Warden, and at 
length the Grand Master of all the Lodges, according to his merit. 

No Brother can be a "Warden until he has passed the part of a Fellow Craft ; 
nor a Master until he has acted as a "Warden, nor Grand "Warden until he has 
been Master of a Lodge, nor Grand Master unless he has been a Fellow Craft 
before his election, who is also to be nobly born, or a gentleman of the best 
fashion, or some eminent scholar, or some curious architect, or other artist, de- 
scended of honest parents, and who is of singular great merit in the opinion of 
the Lodges. And for the better, and easier, and more honourable discharge of 
his office, the Grand Master has a power to choose his own Deputy Grand Mas- 
ter, who must be then, or must have been formerly, the Master of a particular 
Lodge, and has the privilege of acting whatever the Grand Master, his principal, 
should act, unless the said principal be present, or interpose his authority by a 
letter. 

These rulers and governors, supreme and subordinate, of the ancient Lodge, 
are to be obeyed in their respective stations by all the Brethren, according to 1 the 
old Charges and Begulations, with all humility, reverence, love, and alacrity. 

V. Op the Management op the Craft in working. 

All Masons shall work honestly on working days, that they may live credit- 
ably on holy days ; and the time appointed by the law of the land, or confirmed 
by custom, shall be observed. 

The most expert of the Fellow Craftsmen shall be chosen or appointed the 
Master, or overseer of the lord's work ; who is to be called Master by those 
that work under him. The Craftsmen are to avoid all ill language, and to call 
each other by no disobliging name, but Brother or Fellow ; and to behave them- 
selves courteously within and without the Lodge. 

The Master, knowing himself to be able of cunning, shall undertake the lord's 
work as reasonably as possible, and truly dispend his goods as if they were his 
own ; nor to give more wages to any Brother or Apprentice than he really may 
deserve. 

Both the Master and the Masons receiving their wages justly, shall be faithful 
to the lord, and honestly finish their worlc, whether task or journey; nor put 
the work to task that hath been accustomed to journey. 

None shall discover envy at the prosperity of a Brother, nor supplant him, or 
put him out of his work, if he be capable to finish the same ; for no man can 
finish another's work so much to the lord's profit, unless he be thoroughly 
acquainted with the designs and draughts of him that began it. 

"When a Fellow Craftsman is chosen "Warden of the work under the Master, 
he shall be true both to Master and Fellows, shall carefully oversee the work in 
the Master's absence to the lord's profit ; and his Brethren shall obey him. 



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All Masons employed, shall meekly receive their wages without murmuring 
or mutiny, and not desert the Master till the work is finished. 

A younger Brother shall be instructed in working, to prevent spoiling the 
materials for want of judgment, and for increasing and continuing of brotherly 
love. 

All the tools used in working shall be approved by the Grand Lodge. 

No labourer shall be employed 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 labourers and unaccepted Masons, as they should teach a Brother or 
Fellow. 

VI. Of Behaviour, viz.: 

1. In the Lodge while constituted. 

Tou are not to hold private committees, or separate conversation, without 
leave from the Master, nor to talk of anything impertinent or unseemly, nor 
interrupt the Master or Wardens, or any Brother speaking to the Master ; nor 
behave yourself ludicrously or jestingly while the Lodge is engaged in what is 
serious and solemn : nor use any unbecoming language upon any pretence what- 
soever ; but to pay due reverence to your Master, "Wardens, and Fellows, and 
put them to worship. 

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,) and 
to whom they ought to be referred, unless a lord's work be hindered the mean- 
while, in which case a particular reference may be made ; but you must never 
go to law about what concerneth Masonry, without an absolute necessity appa- 
rent to the Lodge. 

2. Behaviour after the Lodge is over, and the Brethren not gone. 

Tou 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. Therefore 
no private piques or quarrels must be brought within the door of the Lodge, far 
less any quarrels about religion, or nations, or state policy, we being only, as 
Masons, of the Catholic religion above mentioned ; we are also of all nations, 
tongues, kindreds, and languages, and are resolved against all politics, as what 
never yet conduced to the welfare of the Lodge, nor ever will. This Charge 
has been always strictly enjoined and observed, but especially ever since the 
Reformation in Britain, or the dissent and secession of these nations from the 
communion of Borne. 

3. Behaviour when Brethren meet without Strangers, hut not in a Lodge 

formed. 
You are to salute one another in a courteous manner, as you will be instructed, 
calling each other Brother, freely giving mutual instruction as shall be thought 
expedient, without being overseen or overheard, and without encroaching upon 



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each other, or derogating from that respect which is due to any Brother, were 
he not a Mason ; for though all Masons are as Brethren upon the same level, 
yet Masonry takes no honour from a man that he had before; nay, rather it 
adds to his honour, especially if he has deserved well of the Brotherhood, who 
must give honour to whom it is due, and avoid ill manners. 

4. Behaviour in Presence of Strangers not Masons. 

You shall be cautious in your words and carriage, that the most penetrating 
stranger shall not be able to discover or find out what is not proper to be inti- 
mated ; and sometimes you shall divert a discourse, and manage it prudently for 
the honour of the worshipful Fraternity. 

5. Behaviour at Home, and in your Neighbourhood. 

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, etc., but wisely 
to consult your own honour, and that of the ancient Brotherhood, for reasons 
not to be mentioned here. You must also consult your health, by not continu- 
ing together too late, or too long from home, after Lodge hours are past ; and 
by avoiding of gluttony or drunkenness, that your families be not neglected or 
injured, nor you disabled from working. 

6. Behaviour towards a strange Brother. 

You are cautiously to examine him, in such a method as prudence shall direct 
you, that you may not be imposed upon by an ignorant false pretender, whom 
you are to reject with contempt and derision, and beware of giving him any 
hints of knowledge. 

But if you discover him to be a true and genuine Brother, you are to respect 
him accordingly ; and if he is in want, you must relieve him if you can, or else 
direct him how he may be relieved : you must employ him some days, or else 
recommend him to be employed. But you are not charged to do beyond your 
ability, only to prefer a poor Brother, that is a good man and true, before any 
other poor people in the same circumstances. 

Finally, all these Charges you are to observe, and also those that shall be 
communicated to you in another way; cultivating brotherly love, the foundation 
and cape-stone, the cement and glory of this ancient Fraternity, avoiding all 
wrangling and quarrelling, all slander and backbiting, nor permitting others to 
slander any honest Brother, but defending his character, and doing him all good 
offices, as far as is consistent with your honour and safety, and no farther. 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 at the quarterly communica- 
tion, and from thence to the annual Grand Lodge, as has been the ancient laud- 
able conduct of our forefathers in every nation ; never taking a legal course but 
when the case cannot be otherwise decided, and patiently listening to the honest 
and friendly advice of Master and Fellows, when they would prevent your going 
to law with strangers, or would excite you to put a speedy period to all law-suits, 
that so you may mind the affair of Masonry with the more alacrity and success ; 
but with respect to Brothers or Fellows at law, the Master and Brethren should 
kindly offer their mediation, which ought to be thankfully submitted to by the 
contending Brethren ; and if that submission is impracticable, they must how- 



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ever carry on their process, or law-suit, without wrath and rancor, (not in the 
common way,) saying or doing nothing which may hinder brotherly love, and 
good offices to be renewed and continued ; that all may see the benign influence 
of Masonry, as all true Masons have done from the beginning of the world, and 
will do to the end of time. Amen. So mote it be. 

The preceding Charges, commonly called Anderson's Constitution, were com- 
piled by James Anderson, approved by the Grand Lodge of England, and 
ordered to be printed in the first edition of the Book of Constitutions, on 
March 25, 5722. 

The following were compiled by the same James Anderson, and also approved 
by the Grand Lodge of England, and printed in its second edition of the Book 
of Constitutions, 25th January, 5738. 



The Old Charges of the Free and Accepted Masons, collected by the 
Author from their old Records, at the command of the Grand 
Master, the present Duke of Montagu. Approved by the Grand 
Lodge, and ordered to be printed in the first edition of the Book of 
Constitutions, on 25th March, 1722. 

I. Charge. — Concerning God and Beligion. 

A Mason is obliged by his tenure to observe the Moral Law, as a true Noachida ; 
and if he rightly understands the Craft, he will never be a stupid Atheist, nor 
an irreligious libertine, nor act against conscience. 

In ancient times the Christian Masons were charged to comply with the Chris- 
tian 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 ad- 
here to that religion in which all men agree, (leaving each Brother to his own 
particular opinions,) that is, to be good men and true, men of honour and honesty, 
by whatever names, religions or persuasions, they may be distinguished : for 
they all agree in the three great articles of Noah, enough to preserve the cement 
of the Lodge. Thus Masonry is the centre of their union and the happy means 
of conciliating persons that otherwise must have remained at a perpetual dis- 
tance. 

II. Charge. — Of the Civil Magistrate, Supreme and Subordinate. 

A Mason is a peaceable subject, never to be concerned in plots against the 
State, nor disrespectful to inferior Magistrates. Of old, Kings, Princes, and 
States encouraged the Fraternity for their loyalty, who ever flourished most in 
times of peace. But though a Brother is not to be countenanced in his rebellion 
against the State, yet if convicted of no other crime, his relation to the Lodge 
remains indefeasible. 

III. Charge. — Concerning Lodges. 

A Lodge is a place where Masons meet to work in ; hence the Assembly, or 
duly organized body of Masons, is called a Lodge ; just as the word Church is 
expressive both of the Congregation and of the place of worship. Every 



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Brother should belong to some particular Lodge, and cannot be absent without 
incurring censure, if not necessarily detained. 

The men made Masons must be free-born, (or no bondmen,) of mature age 
and of good report, hale and sound, not deformed or dismembered at the time 
of their making. But no woman, no eunuch. 

AVhen men of quality, eminence, wealth and learning apply to be made, they 
are to be respectfully accepted, after due examination : for such often prove good 
lords (or founders) of work, and will not employ Cowans when true Masons can 
he had ; they also make the best officers of Lodges and the best Designers, to 
the honour and strength of the Lodge ; nay, from among them the Fraternity 
can have a noble Grand Master. But those Brethren are equally subject to the 
Charges and Regulations, except in what more immediately concerns operative 
Masons. 

IV. Charge. — Of Masters, Wardens, Fellows and Prentices. 

All preferment among Masons is grounded upon real worth and personal 
merit only, not upon seniority. No Master should take a Prentice that is not 
the son of honest parents, a perfect youth without maim or defect in his body, 
and capable of learning the mysteries of the Art ; that so the lords (or founders) 
may be well served and the Craft not despised ; and that, when of age and ex- 
pert, he may become an Entered Prentice, or a Freemason of the lowest degree, 
and upon his due improvements a Fellow Craft and a Master Mason, capable to 
undertake a lord's work. 

The Wardens are chosen from among the Master Masons, and no Brother 
can be a Master of a Lodge till he has acted as Warden somewhere, except in 
extraordinary cases, or when a Lodge is to be formed where none such can be 
had ; for then three Master Masons, though never Masters or Wardens of Lodges 
before, may be constituted Master and Wardens of that new Lodge. But no 
number without three Master Masons can form a Lodge ; and none can be the 
Grand Master or a Grand Warden who has not acted as the Master of a parti- 
cular Lodge. 

"V. Charge. — Of the Management of the Craft in Working. 

All Masons should work hard and honestly on working days, that they may 
live reputably on holy days ; and the working-hours appointed by law or con- 
firmed by custom shall be observed. 

A Master Mason only must be the Surveyor or Master of Work, who shall 
undertake the lord's work reasonably, shall truly dispend his goods as if they 
were his own, and shall not give more wages than just to any Fellow or Prentice. 

The Wardens shall be true both to Master and Fellows, taking care of all 
things, both within and without the Lodge, especially in the Master's absence; 
and their Brethren shall obey them. 

The Master and the Masons shall faithfully finish the lord's work, whether 
task or journey ; nor shall take the work at task which hath been accustomed 
to journey. 

None shall show envy at a Brother's prosperity, nor supplant him or put him 
out of his work, if capable to finish it. 

All Masons shall meekly receive their wages without murmuring or mutiny, 



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and not desert the Master till the lord's work is finished ; they must avoid ill 
language, calling each other Brother or Fellow with much courtesy, both within 
and without the Lodge ; they shall instruct a younger Brother to become bright 
and expert, that the lord's materials may not be spoiled. 

But Free and Accepted Masons shall not allow Cowans to work with them, 
nor shall they be employed by Cowans, without an urgent necessity; and even in 
that case they must not teach Cowans, but must have a separate Communication. 

No labourer shall be employed in the proper work of Freemasons. 

VI. Charge. — Concerning Mason's Behaviour. 
I. Behaviour in the Lodge before closing. 

You must not hold private committees nor separate conversation without 
leave from the Master ; nor talk of anything impertinent ; nor interrupt the 
Master or Wardens, or any Brother speaking to the Chair ; nor act ludicrously 
while the Lodge is engaged in what is serious and solemn ; but you are to pay 
due reverence to the Master, Wardens and Fellows, and put them to worship. 

Every Brother found guilty of a fault shall stand to the award of the Lodge, 
unless he appeals to the Grand Lodge, or unless a lord's work is retarded : for 
then a particular reference may be made. 

No private piques, no quarrels about nations, families, religions or politics 
must be brought within the door of the Lodge : for as Masons we are of the 
oldest Catholic religion above hinted, and of all nations upon the Square, Level 
and Plumb ; and like our predecessors in all ages, we are resolved against polit- 
ical disputes, as contrary to the peace and welfare of the Lodge. 

2. Behaviour after the Lodge is closed and the Brethren not gone. 

You may enjoy yourselves with innocent mirth, treating one another accord- 
ing to ability, but avoiding all excess ; not forcing any Brother to eat or drink 
beyond his own inclination, (according to the old Begulation of King Ahas- 
uerus, page 24, line 1,) nor hindering him from going home when he pleases ; 
' for though after Lodge hours you are like other men, yet the blame of your ex- 
cess may be thrown upon the Fraternity, though unjustly. 

3. Behaviour at Meeting without Strangers, but not in a formed Lodge. 
You are to salute one another as you have been or shall be instructed, freely 
communicating hints of knowledge, but without disclosing secrets, unless to 
those that have given long proof of their taciturnity and honour, and without 
derogating from the respect due to any Brother, were he not a Mason : for 
though all Brothers and Fellows are upon the Level, yet Masonry divests no 
man of the honour due to him before he was made a Mason, or that shall be- 
come his due afterwards ; nay rather, it adds to his respect, teaching us to give 
honour to whom it is due, especially to a noble or eminent Brother, whom we 
should distinguish from all of his rank or station and serve him readily, accord- 
ing to our ability. 

4. Behaviour in presence of Strangers not Masons. 
You must be cautious in your words, carriage and motions, that so the most 
penetrating stranger may not be able to discover what is not proper to be inti- 



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mated; and the impertinent or insnaring questions or ignorant discourse of 
strangers must be prudently managed by Freemasons. 

5. Behaviour at home and in your neighborhood. 
Masons ought to be moral men, as above charged ; consequently good hus- 
bands, good parents, good sons and good neighbours, not staying too long from 
home and avoiding all excess ; yet wise men, too, for certain reasons known to 

them. 

6. Behaviour towards a foreign Brother or Stranger. 

You are cautiously to examine him, as prudence shall direct you, that you 
may not be imposed upon by a pretender, whom you are to reject with derision 
and beware of giving him any hints. But if you discover him to be true and 
faithful, you are to respect him as a Brother, and if in want, you are to relieve 
him if you can, or else direct him* how he may be relieved; you must employ 
him if you can, or else recommend him to be employed ; but you are not charged 
to do beyond ability. 

7. Behaviour behind a Brother's back as well as before his face. 

Free and Accepted Masons have been ever charged to avoid all slandering 
and backbiting of a true and faithful Brother, or talking disrespectfully of his 
person or performances, and all malice or unjust resentment ; nay. you must 
not suffer any others to reproach an honest Brother, but shall defend his char- 
acter as far as is consistent with honour, safety, and prudence, though no farther. 
i 

VII. Charge. — Concerning Law-suits. 

If a Brother do you injury, apply first to your own or his Lodge ; and if you 
are not satisfied, you may appeal to the Grand Lodge ; but you must never take 
a legal course till the cause cannot be otherwise decided : for if the affair is 
only between Masons and about Masonry, law-suits ought to be prevented by 
the good advice of prudent Brethren, who are the best referees of such differ- 
ences. 

But if that reference is either impracticable or unsuccessful, and the affair 
must be brought into the courts of law or equity, yet still you must avoid all 
wrath, malice and rancour in carrying on the suit, not saying or doing anything 
that may hinder either the continuance or the renewal of brotherly love and 
friendship, which is the glory and cementof this ancient Fraternity ; that we 
may show to all the world the benign influence of Masonry, as all wise, true 
and faithful Brothers have done from the beginning of time, and will do till 
Architecture shall be dissolved in the general conflagration. Amen. So mote 
it be. 

All these Charges you are to observe, and also those that shall be communi- 
cated unto you in a way that cannet be written. 



ALABAMA. 



GRAND LODGE. 



The Grand Lodge of Alabama was organized June 14th, 5821. Its commu- 
nications are Annual, and held in the City of Montgomery, commencing on the 
first Monday of December. The Grand Lodge consists of the Grand Officers, 
Past Grand, and Past Deputy Grand Masters, Past Grand "Wardens, Past 
Grand Treasurers, and Past Grand Secretaries, and Masters and Wardens of 
its constituent Lodges. 
The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the following sources : — 

For Dispensations for new Lodges $35 00 

For Charters, in addition 35 00 

Annual dues for members 00 50 

There were 236 Chartered Lodges in this jurisdiction as per last returns, 
having a total membership of 8093. Amount of dues paid to the Grand Lodge, 
$3892 31. The returns of the subordinate Lodges show the following: Entered 
Apprentices, 398 ; Fellow Crafts, 276 ; Eaised, 1014; Affiliated, 351 ; Dimited, 
782; Rejected, 295; Deaths, 102; Suspended for non-payment of dues, 113; 
Suspended for unmasonic conduct, 33; Expelled, 31; Reinstated, 53. 
The Officers for the year 5860, are : 

R. H. Ervin, M. W. Grand Master. 

S. F. Hale, R. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

L. B. Thornton, R. W. Senior Grand Warden. 

S. D. Moorbb, R. W. Junior Grand "Warden. 

Thomas "Welsh. R. W. Grand Treasurer. 

Daniel Sayre, R. "W. Grand Secretary. 

J. H. Willoughbt, R. W. Grand Chaplain. 

A. A. Coleman, R. W. Grand Orator. 

E. M. Hastings, R. "W. Grand Marshal. 

George D. Norris, "W. Senior Grand Deacon. 

James B. Luckie, W. Junior Grand Deacon. 

Matthew Strenna, > ( 

Joseph M. Williams, i 

Thomas McDougal, Grand Tyler. 



Grand Stewards. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No. Lodge. Looatkw. Time of Meeting. Master. 

1 Helion, Huntsville, Madison. 2d Friday. Wm, Gormly. 

3 Alabama, Claiborne, Monroe*- Sat. at or b. f. m. J. C. Arthur. 



4 Rising Virtue, Tuscaloosa. 



1st Saturday. 



Jos. Shelton. 



5 Halo, 



Cahaba, Dallas co. 1st & 3d Saturdays. John A. Lodor. 



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Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



6 Moulton, 

7 Macon, 

8 Farrar, 

9 Gilead, 



Moulton, Lawrence. 
Grove Hill, Clarke. 
Ely ton, Jefferson co. 
Butler, Choctaw co. 



10 RoyalWhiteHeartClayton, Barbour co 

11 Montgomery, Montgomery. 



12 Marion, 
14 Florence, 
16 Athens, 
18 Limestone, 
22 St. Albans, 



Suggsville, Clarke. 

Florence. 

Athens, Limestone. 

Mooresville. 

Linden, Marengo co 



24 Geo. Washington, Clinton, Greene co. 

25 Dale, Camden, Wilcox co. 

26 La Fayette, Greensboro', Greene, 

27 Selma Fraternal, Selma, Dallas co. 



28 Marengo, 

29 Rising Sun, 
31 Autauga, 

33 Lowndes, 

34 Perry, 

36 Washington, 

37 Courtland, 

39 Wetumpka, 

40 Mobile, 

41 Livingston, 

42 Hiram, 

43 Leighton, 

44 Gaston, 

45 Jackson, 

46 Harmony, 

47 Warren, 

48 Vienna, 

49 Demopolis, 

50 Union, 

51 Jefferson, 

52 New Market, 

53 Greening, 

54 Amity, 

55 Mount Moriah, 

56 Troy, 

57 Tuskegee, 
59 Benton, 

61 Tompkinsville, 

62 St. Johns, 

63 Social, 

64 Eureka, 

65 Liberty, 

66 Beacon, 



Dayton, Marengo co. 
Decatur, Morgan co. 
Autaugaville. 
Hayneville. 
Marion, Perry co. 
Tuscumbia. 
Courtland. 
Wetumpka, Coosa. 
Mobile, Mobile co. 
Livingston, Sumter 
Jacksonville. 
Leighton, Lawrence. 
Warsaw, Sumter co. 
Carnesville, Sumter. 
Eufaula, Barbour co. 
Kingston, Autauga. 
Pleasant Ridge. 
Demopolis. 
Uniontown, Perry. 
Cedar Bluff. 
New Market. 
Sparta, Conecuh co. 
Eutaw, Greene co. 
Pickensville. 
Troy, Pike co. 
Tuskegee, Macon. 
Benton, Lowndes co. 
Tompkinsville. 
Union Springs. 
Enon, Macon co. 
Greenville, Butler. 
Liberty Hill, Dallas 
New Prospect. 



67 Hampden Sidney,Robinson Spring. 

68 Holsey, Glenville, Barbour. 



2d Saturday. 
Sat. b. 1st Monday. 
1st Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
. 2d & 4th Saturdays, 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
2d Saturday. 
M. on or b. f. m. 
1st Monday. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
2d Friday. 
3d Tuesday. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
3d Saturday. 
1st Tuesday. 
Last Saturday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Tuesday. 
1st Saturday. 
Every Monday. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Monday. 
Sat. b. 1st Sabbath. 
1st Saturday. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
2d Friday. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Sat. b. 1st Monday. 
1st Monday. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
2d Saturday. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
3d Saturday. 
1st Wednesday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
4th Saturday. 



T. M. Boyd. 

D. Daffin. 

Sam. Thompson. 

C. N. Wilcox. 
Charles Petty. 
Danl. Sayre. 
S. Coale. 

Jas. M. Stewart. 
John Turrentine. 
J. N. Martin. 
Henry A. Woolf. 
John H. Copp. 
R. H. Ervin. 
Thomas R. Ward. 
Wm. S. Knox. 
Thomas J. Woolf. 
James S. Britain. 

E. Stoudenmier. 
James B. Sellick. 
H. C. McCall. 

F. Maran. 

D. F. Cannon. 
John Q. Loomis. 
James Wilkins. 
Ben. B. Little. 
John R. Clark. 

G. E. Kumpe. 
William Little. 
Wm. T. Nance. 
Hugh Black. 
A. Sample. 

W. G. Westmoreland. 
L. B. McCarty. 
Wm. 0. Hudson. 
J. M. Clifton. 
Geo. D. Norris. 
Jas. M. Burnett. 
S. F. Hale. 
Thad. C. Belsher. 
John Key. 
David Clopton. 
R. J. Dudley. 
W. R. Horn. 
M. N. Ely. 
C. H. Jernigan. 
Thos. H. Bragg. 
A. J. Martin. 
Benjamin Travis. 
A. H. Whetstone. 
A. C Mitchell. 



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No. 



Lodge. 



Location. 



Time of Meetino. 



Master. 



69 Howard, 

70 Central, 

71 Tehopeka, 

72 Widow's Son, 

73 Acacia, 

74 Solomons, 

75 Cokerville, 

77 lichee, 

78 Crozier, 

79 Fredonia, 

80 Wilcox, 

81 St. Stephens, 

82 Bellefonte, 

83 Friendship, 

84 Erophotic, 

85 Summerfield, 

86 Cotton Valley, 

88 Meridian Sun, 

89 Prattville, 

90 Pfister. 

91 Henry, 

92 Triana, 

93 Sawyer, 

94 Philodorian, 

95 Danville, 

96 Tuckabatchee, 

97 Loozahatchee, 

98 Fulton, 

99 Salem, 

100 Bridgeville, 

101 Hart well, 

102 Newbern, 

103 Benson, 



Mobile, Mobile co. 
Montevallo, Shelby. 
Dadeville. 
Snow Hill, Dallas. 
Lowndesboro'. 
La Fayette. 
Midway, Monroe co. 
Uchee, Russell co. 
White Plains. 
Fredonia, Chambers. 
AUenton, Wilcox. 
St. Stephens. 
Bellefonte, Jackson. 
Centreville, Bibb co. 
Bragg's Store. 
Summerfield, Dallas. 
Cotton Valley. 
Pleasant Hill. 
Prattville, Autauga. 
McKinley, Marengo. 
Abbeville, Henry co. 
Triana, Madison co. 
Wedowee, Randolph. 
Cusseta, Chambers. 
Danville, Morgan. 
Crawford, Russell. 
Goshen, Cherokee. 
Fulton, Dallas co. 
Salem, Russell co. 
Bridgeville, Pickens. 
Oxford, Calhoun co. 
Newbern, Greene. 
Mechanicsville. 



104 Good Samaritan,Dudleyville. 

105 Shiloh, Hampden, Marengo, 



106 Hermon, 

107 Choctaw, 

108 Oak Bowery, 

110 Forest Hill, 

111 Sylvan, 

112 Dean, 
114 Midway, 



Sumterville, Sumter. 
Pashmataha. 
Oak Bowery. 
Pleasant Grove. 
Fosters, Tuscaloosa. 
Brooklyn, Conecuh. 
Society Hill, Macon. 



115 Warrior Stand, Warrior Stand. 



116 De Kalb, 

117 Perry ville, 

118 Russell, 

119 Notasulga, 

120 Waverly, 



Lebanon, De Kalb. 
Perryville, Perry co. 
Silver Run, Russell. 
Notasulga, Macon. 
Waverly, Chambers. 



121 Chunnenuggee, Chunnenuggee. 

122 Coffeeville, Coffeeville, Clarke. 



1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

2d Saturday. 

3d Saturday. 

Saturday b. f. m. 

4th Saturday. 

1st & 3d Fridays. 

Saturday after f. m. 

1st Saturday. 

2d Thursday. 

F.b. &2dW. a.f. m. 

Friday b. f. m. 

2d Saturday. 

4th Friday. 

1st Saturday. 

Friday b. f. m. 

3d Monday. 

1st & 2d Saturdays. 

Friday b. f. m. 

Monday b. f. m. 

4th Saturday. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

Last Saturday. 

First Monday. 

Friday b. 2d Sat. 

Saturday b. f. m. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

Saturday b. 3d Sun. 

2d Saturday. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

2d Thursday. 

1st Friday. 

1st Monday. 

3d Saturday. 

W. a. 1st & 3d Sun. 

3d Saturday. 

Saturday b. f. m. 

4th Saturday. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

2d Friday. 

2d Saturday. 

4th Saturday. 

4th Saturday. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

1st Friday. 

3d Saturday. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

4th Saturday. 

4th Saturday. 



P. J. Pillans." 
Rufus W. Cobb. 
A. D. Sturtevant. 
J. W. Purifoy. 
C. C. Howard. 
James W. Brock. 
John H. Allen. 
John A. Greene. 
Wm. Johnstone. 
Thos. J. Taylor. 
J. G. Bythewood. 

Nelson Kyle. 
E. H. Moren. 
S. D. Mooder. 

C. B. Moore. 
Abel Tatom. 
J. A. Wood. 
James M. Smith. 
W. D. Modawell. 
John E. Price. 
E. F. Beits. 

T. L. Pitman. 
J. W. Williams. 
J. J. Gibson. 
Wilson Williams. 
Jas. M. Aberson. 

A. F. G. Campbell. 

D. W. Floyd. 
Thos. J. Clark. 
S. C. Williams. 

B. F. Hendon. 
G. Smitherman. 
Saml. C. Dailey. 
G. Gorin. 

Jas. D. Thomas. 
J. A. Gilder. 
J. J. Havis. 
J. T. Barnett. 
W. L. Bealle. 

A. J. Robinson. 
John U. Brown. 

E. S. Prince. 
W. J. Roberts. 
Wm. S. Miree. 
W. W. Pitts. 

B. F. Johnson. 
R. P. Lockhart. 
J. R. Herrin. 
John W. Bell. 



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Master. 



123 Havana, 

124 Felix, 

125 Herudon, 

126 Tallapoosa, 

127 Bolivar, 

128 Ridge Grove, 

131 Torkville, 

132 Roanoke, 

133 Loachapoka, 

134 Wiley, 

135 Columbia, 

136 Unity, 

137 Rockford, 

138 Bradford, 

139 Chilton, 

140 Shelby, 

141 Bethel, 

142 Baldwin, 

144 Daleville, 

145 Fraternity, 

146 Missouri, 

147 Rodgersville, 

148 Cold Water, 

149 Chambers, 

150 Etam, 

151 Bladon Springs, 

152 Mt. Jefferson, 

153 Monroeville, 

154 Nixburg, 

155 Eastaboga, 
158 Maysville, 

161 Penick, 

162 Hendrix, 

163 F. Authentic, 

164 Chewacklie, 
166 Sumter, 

168 Mount Hope, 

169 Buena Vista, 

170 Elba, 

171 Clopton, 

172 Fellowship, 

173 And. Jackson, 

175 Ezel, 

176 Davie, 

177 Orion, 

178 Desotoville, 

179 Ashland, 

180 Mt. Hilliard, 

181 Aberfoil, 



Havana, Greene co. 1st Wednesday. 
Midway, Barbour. 2d & 4th Saturdays. 
Union, Greene co. 2d Saturday. 
Rawlsville. 1st & 3d Saturdays. 

Stevenson, Jackson. 1st & 3d Fridays. 
Ridge Grove, Macon. 4th Saturday. 
Torkville, Pickens. 1st Saturday. 
Roanoke, Randolph. 2d & 4th Thursdays. 
Loachapoka, Macon. 2d & 4th Saturdays. 
Farriorville, Pike co.lst & 3d Saturdays. 
Columbia, Henry co. 1st & 3d Saturdays. 
L. Peach Tree. 4th Saturday. 

Rockford, Coosa co. Sat. b. 2d Sunday. 
Bradford, Coosa co. 1st Saturday. 
La Place, Macon co. 1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Columbiana, Shelby. Last Friday. 
Arbacoochee. 1st Thursday. 

Stockton, Baldwin. 2d Saturday. 
Daleville, Dale co. 1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Blountsville, Blount. 1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Perote, Pike co. 3d Saturday. 

Rodgersville. 2d Monday. 

Green Pond. 1st & 3d Saturdays. 

Milltown, Chambers. 1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Hamburg, Perry co. Saturday after f. m. 
Bladon, Choctaw co. 1st Thursday. 
Rough and Ready. 1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Monroeville, Monroe. Sat. b. 4th Sunday. 
Nixburg, Coosa co. Sat. b. 1st Sunday. 



Eastaboga. 
Maysville, Madison. 
Central Institute. 
Dublin, Perry co. 
Fayette ville. 



3d Friday. 
Friday b. full moon 
Saturday b. f. m. 
4th Saturday. 
4th Saturday. 



Whittenville, Russell.lst & 3d Saturdays. 
Gaston, Sumter co. 3d Saturday. 
Mt. Hope, Lawrence. Sat. b. 4th Sunday. 
Magnolia, Macon co. 3d Saturday. 
Elba, Coffee co. 1st & 3d Saturdays. 

Barnes s*J Roads. 2d & 4th Saturdays. 
Reform, Pickens co. 4th Saturday. 
Montgomery. 1st & 3d Tuesday. 

Olustee. 3d Saturday. 

Indian Creek, Pike. 2d & 4th Saturdays. 
Orion, Pike co. 2d & 4th Saturdays, 

Desotoville, Choctaw. 3d Saturday. 
Mt. Sterling. 2d Saturday. 

Mt. Hilliard, Pike co. 2d & 4th Saturdays 
Aberfoil, Macon, co. 2d & 4th Saturdays 



Geo. H. Sheldon. 
A. G. Smith. 
E. H. Lamb. 
E. L. Black. 
T. Boyd Foster. 
M. Bedell. 
John J. W. Payne. 
Wiley E. White. 
Myles J. Greene. 
John B. Goldsmith. 
N. F. Oakley. 
W. R. Welch. 
Isaac W. Suttle. 
R. H. Ware. 
Nathan Crawford. 
James T. Leeper. 
Jeremiah Smith. 
Jas. M. Vaughn. 
Aug. Mathews. 
J. W. Jones. 
Jas. W. Crossley. 
M. C. Baldridge. 
Mark Tatum. 
Thos. B. Leverette. 
Chas. H. Wood. 
Geo. W. Hall. 
W. W. Jamieson. 
John DeLoach. 
A. G. Holloway. 
C. G. Cunningham. 
Thos. J. Taylor. 
T. U. T. McCane. 
Abner L. Stokes. 
John H. Townsend. 
Enoch Dudley. 

A. E. Brockway. 
John M. Clark. 
John F. Foreman. 
Wm. F. Beard. 
Jas. M. Williams. 
Robt. A. McCord. 
E. M. Hastings. 
M. W. Smith* 

B. H. Brantley. 
James B. Luckie. 
Sim Walton. 
John W. Henson. 
J. W. Hubbard. 
Ezekiel Taylor. 



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183 Mulberry, 

184 Brundidge, 

185 Mount Eagle, 

186 Catawla, 

188 Haw Ridge, 

189 Delta, 

190 Tombecbee, 

191 Brush Creek, 

192 Chattahoochee, 

193 High Log, 

195 Opelika, 

196 White Hall, 

197 Hillabee, 

198 Caledonia, 

199 Killigee, 

200 Sylaoauga, 

201 Helicon, 
203 Valley, 



Mulberry, Autauga. 2d Saturday. A. C. Taylor. 

Brundidge, Pike co. 1st & 3d Saturdays. Jas. W. Andress. 
NewSite,Tallapoosa. 4th Saturday. W. A. Stijicklin. 

Ashville, St. Clair co. Friday before f. m. W. A. Edwards. 
Haw Ridge, Coffee co. 1st & 3d Saturdays. Saml. Rutan. 
Riser Hill, Choctaw. 2d Saturday. Alfred Yates. 

Jefferson, Marengo. 2d Saturday. -W. L. Kelly. 

Brush Creek, Perry. Saturday b. f. m. T. L. Vaughan. 
Berlin, Chambers co. 1st & 3d Saturdays. P. H. Long. 
Greenwood. 1st Saturday. Saml. C. Rutland. 

Opelika, Jefferson co. 1st & 3d Wednesd'ys. O. P. Jones. 
Rawlingsville. Friday before f. m. A. A. Hughes. 

Pinckneyville. Saturday b. f. m. M. G. Slaughter. 

Woodville, Henry co. 2d & 4th Saturdays. Nathaniel Pace. 



Killigee, Tallapoosa. 1st Saturday. 
Sylacauga. 3d Saturday. 

Helicon, Lowndes co. 2d Saturday. 
Wacoochee, Russell. 2d & 3d Saturdays. 



204 ManningSpring,Manning Spring. 2d Saturday. 



205 Gainestown, 

206 Moscow, 

207 Pettusville, 

208 Alexandria, 

209 Marshall, 

210 Ebenezer, 

211 York, 

212 Putnam, 

213 Euclid, 

214 Carrollton, 

216 Choctaw Corner,Choctaw Corner, 

217 Spring Hill, 

218 Sam Dixon, 

219 Lineville, 

220 Pine Grove, 

221 Tensaw, 

222 Western Star, 

223 Sandy Ridge, 

224 Newton, 

225 Louisville, 

227 James Penn, 

228 Dallas, 

229 Lebanon, 

230 Bexar, 

231 Duck Spring, 

233 Sepulga, 

234 Isney, 

235 Harpersville, 

236 Gadsden, 

237 Tallassee, 



Wm. Winslett. 
John Oden. 
Duncan Graham. 
Oswell Albright. 
G H. B. Mathews. 
Chas. Shaunfield. 
J. W. Seizemore. 
W. W. Phillips. 



Gainestown, Clarke. 1st Saturday. 
Moscow, Marion co. Saturday b. f. m. 
Pettusville. 2d Friday. 

Alexandria,Calhoun. Saturday b. 3d Sun. John Brock. 
Guntersville. 2d Monday. Wm. H. Wiggs. 

Spring Hill, Barbour. 2d & 4th Saturdays. John A. Walker. 
Jasper, Walker co. 2d &4t.hWednesdays.Thos. M. Gabbert. 
Louina, Randolph co. 1st & 3d Fridays. John D. Barron. 
Fort Browder. 1st & 2d Saturdays. R. E. Brown. 

Carrollton, Pickens. Sat. b. 4th Sunday. Z. L. Nabors. 

3d Saturday. W. H. Abernethy. 

Spring Hill. 4th Saturday. Chas. C. Garrett. 

Centre, Cherokee co. 1st Friday. S. K. McSpadden. 

Lineville, Talladega. 1st & 3d Saturdays. John T. Bell. 
Pine Grove, Pike co. 1st & 3d Saturdays. John F. Rhodes. 
Montgomery Hill. 4th Saturday. H. L. Harris. 

Rosserville, Sumter. 1st Saturday. J. R. McElroy. 

Sandy Ridge. Sat. b. 2d Sunday. A. P. McWhorter. 

Newton, Dale co. 2d & 4th Saturdays. J. S. Sappington. 
Louisville, Barbour. 1st & 3d Saturdays. John D. McLennan 
Clopton, Dale co. 1st. & 3d Saturdays. A. G. James. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. Wm. S. Lackey. 



Warren, Randolph. 
Marion, Perry co. 1st Tuesday. 
Bexar, Marion co. 3d Saturday. 
Duck Spring. 2d Friday. 

Starlington, Butler. Saturday b. f. m. 
Isney, Choctaw co. 4th Saturday. 
IIarpersville,Shelby. 3d Saturday. 
Gadsden, Cherokee. 1st & 3d Fridays. 
Tallassee, Tallapoosa 4th Saturday. 



T. D. Cole. 
Simeon Wooten. 
L. P. Ward. 
James W. Page. 
John W. Ellett. 
H. W. Burton. 
J. H. Willoughby. 
Sol. T. Strickland. 



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238 Fairmount, 

239 Andalusia, 

241 Bowen, 

242 Coosa, ' 

243 Ramah, 

244 Dawson, 

245 John Payne, 

246 Harrison, 

247 Cropwell, 

248 Lawrence, 

249 Toluca, 

250 Amand, 

251 Camp Creek, 

252 North Port, 

253 Rose Hill, 

254 Quitman, 

255 West Over, 

256 Gaylesville. 

257 Ervin, 

258 Randolph, 

259 Magnolia, 

260 Bellville, 

261 Talladega, 

262 Highland, 

263 Western, 

264 Walnut Grove, 

265 TJ. D. Meredian. 



Fairmount. 2d Saturday. 

Andalusia, Covingtonlst & 3d Saturdays. 
Whistler, Mobile co. Thursday after 15th 
Buyckville, Coosa co.4th Saturday. 
Ramah,Montgomery.2d & 4th Saturdays. 
Oakey Streak.Butler.Sat. b. 2d & 4th Sun 
Mill Port, Fayette. Sat. b. 3d Sunday. 
Henderson's Store. 3d Saturday. 
Cropwell, SaintClair.4th Saturday. 
Lawrenceville. 



Toluca, Butler co. 
Barbourville. 
Salsoda, Butler co. 
North Port. 



2d Saturday. 
4th Saturday, a.m. 
1st Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 



Rose Hill, Covington.2d & 4th Saturdays. 
East Georgia, Butler.2d & 4th Saturdays. 
South Butler, Butler. 



James L. Steely. 
Samuel Tynes. 
John H. Myers. 
Isaac C. Hall. 
S. Walker. 
.Toliver Florence. 
Wm. Owens. 
John A. Law. 
Perry Turner. 

P. H. Drake. 
D. A. White. 
W. E. Mosely. 
A. N. Steele. 
Micajsh Harper. 
A. A. Edgar. 



Kansas, Walker co. 
Randolph, Bibb co, 
Mobile, Mobile co. 
Bellville, Conecuh. 
Talladega, Talladega. 
Cahaba Valley. 
Livingston, Sumter. 
Walnut Grove. 



3d Saturday. 
4th Saturday. 
2d Wednesday. 
2d & 4th Saturdays 
1st Friday. 
1st Saturday. 
4th Friday. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 



David Manasco. 
John B. Goff. 
Henry S. Levert. 
Henry M. Cook. 
Jos. H. Johnson. 
M. G. Fields. 
C. S. McConnico. 
W. H. Edwards. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

The Grand Chapter of Alabama was organized June 2, 5827. It holds its 
Annual Convocation in the City of Montgomery; commencing on Tuesday 
after the first Monday in December. This Grand Chapter is subordinate to 
the General Grand Chapter. At the Annual Convocation of the Grand Chapter, 
in December, 5859, there were 50 subordinate Chapters, having 1578 affiliated 
Royal Arch Masons. Amount of dues paid to Grand Chapter, $825 50. 





SUBORDI1S 


rATE CHAPTERS 




No. Name. 


Location. 


No. Name. 


Location. 


4 Monroe, 


Claiborne. 


20 Livingston, 


Livingston. 


5 Eunomia, 


Huntsville. 


21 Mobile, 


Mobile. 


6 Cyrus, 


Florence. 


22 Montgomery, 


Montgomery. 


9 Clinton, 


Athens. 


24 Eufaula, 


Eufaula. 


10 Tuscumbia, 


Tuscumbia. 


25 Courtland, 


Courtland. 


11 Phenix, 


Greensboro'. 


26 Union, 


Uniontown. 


12 Marion, 


Marion. 


27 Dayton, 


Dayton. 


17 Wetumpka, 


Wetumpka. 


28 St. John, 


Selma. 


18 Jamestown, 


Warsaw. 


30 James Penn, 


Jacksonville. 


19 Mount Moriah, 


Clinton. 


31 Per. Friendship, 


Benton. 



ALABAMA. 



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No. Name. 



Location. 



No. 



Name. 



Location. 



32 Fulton, 

33 Autauga, 

34 Hermon, 

35 James L. Daniel, 

36 Pickensville, 

37 Concord, 

40 Camden, 

41 Washington, 

43 Tuskegee, 

44 Choctaw, 

49 Hope, 

50 Sumter, 

52 Allenton, 

53 TJchee, 

54 Tyrian, 



Fulton. 

Autaugaville. 

Union Springs. 

Glennville. 

Pickensville. 

Lafayette. 

Camden. 

Summerfield. 

Tuskegee. 

Butler. 

Bridgeville. 

Gainesville. 

Allenton. 

Uchee. 

Troy. 



55 Suggsville, 

56 Zerubbabel, 

57 Lebanon, 

58 Hartwell, 

59 Bladon Spring, 

60 Hiram, 

61 Signet, 

62 Rockford, 

63 Clayton, 

64 Central, 

65 Russel, 

66 Farriorville, 

67 Alabama, 

68 Cherokee, 

69 Lower P. Tree, 



Suggsville. 

Waverly. 

Lebanon. 

Cahaba. 

Bladon. 

Braggs. 

Society Hill. 

Rockford. 

Clayton. 

Montevallo. 

Stevenson. 

Farriorville. 

Mobile. , 

Centre. 

Lower P. Tree. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

Organized June, 5827. 

This Grand CouDcil holds its Annual Assembly in the City of Montgomery, 
on Thursday after the first Monday in December. It has 24 subordinate Councils 
under its jurisdiction. Total number of affiliated Council Masons, as per report 
December, 5859, was 681. Amount of dues paid to Grand Council, $367 50. 



No. NAME. 

3 Montgomery, 

5 Eureka, 

6 Central, 

8 Florence, 

9 Eufaula, 
12 Mobile, 

17 Selma, 

18 Cnnebrake, 

19 Adoniram, 

21 Izabud, 

22 C. 0. Foster, 
24 Wilcox, 



SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 



Location. 
Montgomery. 
Huntsville. 
Marion. 
Florence. 
Eufaula. 
Mobile. 
Selma. 
Uniontown. 
Jacksonville. 
Lafayette. 
Claiborne. 
Camden. 



No. Name. 

26 Greensboro', 

27 Tuskegee, 

29 Mystic, 

30 Allenton, 

31 Edinburg, 

32 Occidental, 

33 Chilton, 

37 Cahaba, 

38 California, 

39 Treka, 

40 Sierra Nevada, 

41 Stevenson, 



Location. 
Greensboro'. 
Tuskegee. 
Summerfield. 
Allenton. 
Pickensville. 
Gainesville. 
Union Springs. 
Cahaba. 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Yreka, Cal. 
Placerville, Cal. 
Stevenson. 



GRAND COMMANDERY. 

M. E. Benjamin Brown French, Grand Master of the Grand Encampment of 
the United States, in a letter dated October 27th, 1860, informs us that he had 
issued the necessary authority for the formation of the Grand Commandery of 
Alabama, but at that date had received no returns of its formation. The fol- 
lowing were the subordinate Oommanderies in Alabama, under the jurisdiction 



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of the Grand Encampment of the United States, as per report of the T. E. 
Grand Recorder, at the Triennial Session at Chicago, Illinois, in September, 
1859. 

SUBORDINATE COMMANDERIES. 

No. Name. Locatioh. No. Name. Location. 

1 Washington, Marion. 4 Montgomery, Montgomery. 

2 Mobile, Mobile. 5 Selma, Selnoa. 

3 Tuscumbia, Tuscumbia. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

ALEXANDKIA. 
Prather, Thomas J., Mechanic. Secretary and Librarian, Alexandria, 208. 

AUTAUGA CO. 

Montgomery, "Wm., Planter. Prattville, 89. 

BUTLEK CO. 

t 

Allen, Dr. "Wm. E. Waverly, 148 ; Council at Anburn. 

Cook, J. B., Planter. Tolnco, 249. 

Cnrtney, G. W., Teacher. Tolnco, 249. 

Fail, D. N., Planter. Eureka, 64. 

Fail, Saml. W., Mechanic. Toluco, 249. 

Grisett, "W. J., Farmer. Monroeville, 153. 

Howard, John W., Planter. Toluco, 249. 

Jackson, Henry F., Planter. Camp Creek, 251. 

Lockhart, J. C, Planter. Toluco, 249. 

Morris, Wm. H., Teacher. W. M., Butler Springs, 270. 

McCoy, W. J. B. W., Mechanic. Eureka, 64. 

Odam, Jas. R, Planter. Dawson, 344. 

Payne, T. J., Planter. Eureka, 64 ; Hayneville chap. 

Boach, D. C, Planter. Toluco, 249. 

Smith, B. B., Planter. Eureka, 64. 

Waren, Bev. John B., Master Mason. 

CAKTHA GE. 
Byane, W. J., Merchant. Sylvan, 111. 

COVINGTON CO. 
Atkison, C. G., Planter. Fair Mount, 238. 
Cook, James G., Planter. Toluco, 249. 

DALLAS CO. 

Carter, Jarrett, Farmer. Benton, 59. 
Hardy, Miles, Farmer. Benton, 59. 



ALABAMA. 59 

FOSTERS. 

Beebe, Justin E., M.D., Planter and Teacher. P. M. Sylvan, 111 ; Rising 
Tirtae, 4 ; P. H. P., Tuscaloosa chap., 1 ; Grand Lecturer of Grand Chap.; 
Royal and Select Mason. K. T. 

Blount, L. G., Overseer. Sylvan, 111. 

Prince, Nicholas "W., Planter. Sylvan, 111. 

Renfro, Rev. John, Blacksmith and Wheelwright. Sylvan, 111; Tuscaloosa 
chap., 1. 

Tarrant, Edward, Teacher, Superintendent of Common Schools, Rising Vir- 
tue, 4. 

GRANVILLE, BUTLER CO 

Bragg, T. M., Jr., Clerk. Eureka, 64. 

Brawner, C. C, Merchant. Notasulga, 119. 

Cook, Robert H., Planter. Eureka, 64. 

Colvin, J. G., Planter. Eureka, 64. 

Hollaman, R. W., Merchant. Eureka, 64. 

Jackson, S. D., Mechanic. Eureka, 64. 

Jones, J. A., Merchant. Notasulga, 119. 

Lawrence, Calvin J., Mechanic. Eureka, 64. 

Leverett, Simeon, Speculator. Eureka, 64. 

Pow, T. G., Dentist. Eureka, 64. 

Pentecost, L. M., Physician. Secretary Eureka, 64. 

Parmer, W. F., Merchant. Eureka, 64. 

Rhodes, Sanford, Planter. Eureka, 64. 

Sims, W. L., Clerk. Eureka, 64. 

MONTGOMERY. 
Abraham, Henry, Merchant, Court Square. Montgomery, 11. 
Blumenthall, Joseph, Minister of the Jewish Congregation. Montgomery, 11. 
Clapp, C. A., Brickmason. Montgomery, 11. 
Davidson, James, Cotton Broker. Montgomery council, 3. 
Doolittle, N. J., Merchant, Court Square. Andrew Jackson, 173 ; Grand chap. 
Faber, Henry, Merchant, Court Square. Montgomery, 11. 
Foster, W. C. C, Cotton Broker, 89 and 91, Commerce St. A. Jackson, 173. 
Garrett, John B., Merchant, 96 Commerce St. Montgomery council, 3. 
Hufham, W. C, Merchant, 28 Court Square. Master M?ason. 
Hannan, M. W., General Commission Merchant, Commerce St. Montgomery; 
Grand chap. 
Harris, Thos., Merchant. Montgomery, 11. 
Lehman, M., Merchant, Court Square. Montgomery, 11. 
Lopez, John B., Merchant, Commerce St. Montgomery, 11. 
Middleton, "Win. A., Merchant. Court Square. 
Sikes, S. S., Book-keeper, etc., 101 Commerce St. Montgomery, 11. 
Stewart, W. R., Clerk, Court Square. Montgomery, 11. 
Shields, John M., Clerk of Probate Court. Andrew Jackson, 173. 
Uhfelder, M., Merchant, Court Square. Montgomery, 11. 
"Weil, Jacob, Merchant, 6 Market St. Montgomery, 11. 
Wjjkinson, J. N., Commission Merchant, Commerce St. Andrew Jackson, 173. 

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montgomery co. 
Wilson, Wallia J., Planter. Bzel, 175. 

NEWTON. 

Balkcorn, Josiah, Fanner. Newton, 224. 
Dew, Thomas S., Farmer and Minister. Newton, 224. 
Gamage, David Y., Teacher.' Newton, 224. 
Kennedy, Jesse, Merchant. Newton, 224. 
Newman, Robert E., Farmer. Newton, 224. 

FORTH PORT. 

Cain, Adkin, Merchant. North Port, 252. 

Palmer, Samuel P., Farmer. North Port, 252. 

Powell, F., M.D. North Port, 252. 

Thomson, James A., Planter. North Port, 252. 

Townsend, Robert P., Vocal Music Teacher. North Port, 252. 

NOTASTJLGA. 

Bayzer, B. W. B., ^Salesman. Notasnlga, 119. 
Weaver, Rev. John 0., Farmer. Notasula, 119. 

PIKE CO. 

Bonds, Wm. B., Planter, Helicon, 201. 
Smith, Isaac R., Planter. Dawson, 344. 

SANDY KIDGE, LOWNDES CO. 

McWhorter, A. B., M.D. W. M., Sandy Ridge, 223. 

SELMA, DALLAS CO. 

Allen, Thos., Mechanic. Fraternal, 27. 

Campbell, Peter, Machinist and Engineer. Fraternal, 27. 

Harrison, J. B. Mechanic. Fraternal, 27. 

Krout, J., Confectioner. Fraternal, 27 ; St. John's chap., 31 ; Selma coun.,17 

Riggs, John, Plasterer. Fraternal, 27. R. & S. M. 

TALLADEGA, TALLADEGA CO. 

Huston, William W., Merchant. Talladega, 261. 

Warwich, Thomas, Jeweler and Watchmaker. Royal and Select Master, 
Union council, 7. 

McGee, William S., Attorney at Law. Royal and Select Master, Union 
council, 7. 

TUSCALOOSA. 
Bacon, S. H, Merchant. Rising Virtue, 4 ; Tuscaloosa chap., 1. 
Baird, James Willard, Livery Stable. W. M., Demopolis, 49, in 5857. 
Bealle, William L., Planter. W. M., Sylvan, 111; Tuscaloosa chap., 1. 
Berry, Obadiah, Merchant Tailor. Rising Virtue, 4. 



ALABAMA. 61 

Blair, Eobert, late Mayor, Clothing Merchant. "W. M., Eising Virtue, 4. 
Tuscaloosa, chap., 1. E. & S. M. 

Boing, Zed A., Shoemaker. Eising Virtue, 4. 

Brown, James, Carpenter. Eising Virtue, 4 : Tuscaloosa chap., 1. 

Burns, John, Boot and Shoe Maker. Eising Virtue, 4 ; E. A. Mason. 

Doudle, James, Parmer. Coldwater, 148. 

Harris, John J., Attorney at Law. Eising Virtue, 4. 

Hart, V., Tinner. Eising Virtue, 4 ; Tuscaloosa chap., 1. 

Hutchinson, Alfred H., School Teacher. Eising Virtue, 4. 

Jacoby, Henry, Merchant. Eising Virtue, 4. 

Kohler, George, Clerk. Eising Virtue, 4. 

Lewis, Thomas P., Jeweler. Eising Virtue, 4 ; Tuscaloosa chap., 1. 

Lowenbaum, S., Clerk. Eising Virtue, 4. 

Powell, E. Abner, Attorney at Law. North Port, 252. 

Purcell, John, Cabinet-maker. Eising Virtue, 4 ; Tuscaloosa chap., 1 . 

Eoberson, James H., Planter. Sylvan, 111. 

Eoberts, John T., Clerk of the County Court. Eising Virtue, 4; Tuscaloosa 
chap., 1. 

Smallwood, Charles, Tomb-stone Manufacturer. Eising Virtue, 4; Tusca- 
loosa chap., 1. 

Spencer, J. C, Attorney at Law. Eising Virtue, 4. 

■WEST OF CHINA GROVE. 

Johnson, Dr. John T., Physician. Mount Hilliard, 180 ; Tyrian chap., 54. 
Townsend, Saml. J., Parmer. "Wiley, 134.; chap. 66. 

WOODSTOCK. 

James, Thomas, Farmer and "Wheelwright. Coldwater, 148. 



Bennett, "William A., Grocer, Farriorville. Wiley, 134 ; Farriorville, chap., 
66 ; Chilton coun., 33. 

Bryan, Marshall, Farmer, Fea Eiver. Brundidge, 184. 

Forester, Lewis, Physician. Eeform. Fellowship, 172. 

Glenn, Abram, Planter, Carthage. Sylvan, 111. 

Owens, William H., Farmer, Buckhorn. Louisville, 225 ; Albany chap., 15, 
Georgia. 

Payne, John J. W., M.D., University N. Y. Yorkville. Yorkville, 131. 

Pullen, William 0., Farmer, Tallassee. Notasulga, 119. 



ARKANSAS. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Arkansas was organized February 22d, 5832. Its 
Annual Communications are held at Little Rock, on the first Monday of Novem- 
ber. Its membership is composed of the Grand Officers, Past Grand Officers, 
Past Masters, and Masters and "Wardens of its subordinate Lodges. The 
revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the following sources : — 

For Dispensations for new Lodges $10 

For Charters for new Lodges, in addition ... 15 

For renewal of Charters 10 

Bach Lodge, annually 10 

For every Degree 1 

For every Member 1 

There are 155 Chartered Lodges and one under dispensation in Arkansas, 
96 of which made returns, and 13 that were under dispensation received charters. 
Number of members returned at the Annual Communication, November, 5860, 
by the subordinate Lodges, 4113; and non-affiliated in the jurisdiction, 380. 
Number initiated during the year, 887 ; Passed, 707 ; Raised, 622 ; Affiliated, 349 ; 
Dimitted, 148 ; Died, 95 ; Suspended, 103 ; Expelled, 10. Amount of receipts, 
$3043. 
The officers of the Grand Lodge, elected November, 5860, are : 
E. H. English, M. W. Grand Master. 
Willis Somervell, R. W. Senior Grand "Warden. 
A. M. Ward, R. W. Junior Grand "Warden. 
R. L. Dodge, R. W. Grand Treasurer. 
T. D. Merrick, R. W. Grand Secretary. 
E. H. Whitfield, R. W. Grand Lecturer. 
W. H. Sutton, R. W. Grand Orator. 
William Hammond, R. W. Grand Tyler. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No Lodge. 

1 Washington, 

2 Western Star, 

3 Morning Star, 

4 Mount Horeb, 

5 Liberty, 

6 Van Buren, 

7 Key, 

8 Golden Square, 

9 Franklin, 

(62) 



Location. 
Fayetteville. 
Little Sock. 
Bellville. 
Washington. 
Mount Zion Church. 
Van Buren. 
Double Spring. 
Columbia. 
Clarksville. 



Time of Meeting. 
1st Friday. 
1st Monday. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
4th Saturday. 
2d Monday. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 

4th Tuesday. 



Master. 
Wm. R. Quarles. 
Thomas Parsel. 

A. B. Williams. 
John Hill. 



A. Lewis. 



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Looatiok. 



Time op Meetiku. 



Master. 



10 Mount Zion, 

11 Camden, 

12 Mount Carmel, 

13 El Dorado, 

14 Lewisville, 

15 Woodlawn, 

16 Lafayette, 

17 Dover, 

18 Mount Moriah, 

19 Arkadelphia, 

20 Belle Point, 

21 Cherokee, 

22 Holly Springs, 

23 Concord, 

24 West Point, 

25 Tulip, 

26 Polk, 

27 Princeton, 

28 Hickory Grove, 

29 Smithville, 

30 Pleasant Valley, 

31 Pool, 

32 Dardenelle, 

33 Warren, 

34 Benton, 

35 Fort Gibson, 

36 Northwestern, 

37 White River, 

38 St. John's, 

39 English, 

40 Eureka, 

41 Danville, 

42 Clinton, 

43 Oakville, 

44 Odeon, 

45 Augusta, 

46 Lacy, 

47 Golden Rule, 

48 Hyperian, 

49 Searcy, 

50 Calhoun, 

51 Brownsville, 

52 Choctaw, 

53 Southern Star, 

54 Evening Star, 

55 Rome, 

56 Bentonville, 

57 Cane Hill, 

58 Rockport, 

59 Vernon, 



Batesville. Geo. W. Dougherty. 

Camden. 1st & 3d Saturdays. W. M. Leake. 

Magnolia. 4th Saturday. 

El Dorado. W. D. Lee. 

Lewisville. J. M. Montgomery. 

Woodlawn. 1st Saturday. B. F. Reddick. 

Helena. 

Dover. 1st Saturday. J. B. Shepard. 

Lisbon. 2d Saturday. 

Arkadelphia. 1st Friday. Jos. H. Thomas. 

Fort Smith. 1st. Thursday. P. Y. Brooks. 

Talequah, C. N. 1st Friday. H. D. Reese. 

Union Springs. 2d Friday. 

Eudora. Wm. C. Voung. 

West Point. 

Tulip. 1st Friday. W. L. Somerville. 

Hillsboro'. 2d Saturday. Alex. Hill. 

Princeton. 2d Friday. Wm. T. M. Holmes. 

Fountain Hill. 

Smithville. 

Nashville. Saturday b. f. m. F. M. Thomas. 

Jacksonport. 

Dardenelle. Saturday af. f. m. Geo. W. Lemoyne. 

Warren. Friday on or b. f. m. W. Y. McCammon. 

Benton. 3d Thursday. 

Fort Gibson, C. N. 

Maysville. 2d Friday. 

Des Arc. 1st Friday. Benj. Blakeney. 

Holly Springs. Friday on or b. f. m. John N. Scales. 

Chambersville. 

Monticello. 4th Thursday. W. E. Owens. 

Danville. Sat. on or b. f. m. Thos. W. Pound. 

Bethlehem Ch. 

Oakville. 

Huntsville. Last Friday. J. M. Johnston. 

Augusta. C. H. Mattock. 

Lacy. Saturday b. 2d Sun. P. Lambert. 

Hamburg. 3d Saturday. 

Longview. 4th Saturday. Jos. B. Scarborough. 

Searcy. 1st Saturday. N. M. Mulholland. 

Calhoun. 3d Saturday. N. R. Macheu. 

Brownsville. J. C. Hicks. 

Doaksville, C. N. 1st Friday. 

Hampton. 1st Saturday. N. S. Mason. 

Norristown. J. J. Morphis. 

Rome. 

Bentonville. O. M. Young. 

Boonsboro'. Thus, on or b. f. m. James McColloch. 

Rockport. 1st Saturday. A. D. Hardy. 

Mount Vernon. 



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Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 



Magnolia, Little Bock. 

Hamburg, Hamburg. 

Hot Springs, Hot Springs. 
StrictObserv'noe Plumb Bayou. 



Last Monday. 

2d Saturday. W. S. Lawson, 

2d Saturday. Isaac Harrison. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. Noah D. English. 



3d Saturday. S. S. Meek. 

W. G. Caloway. 

3d Saturday. Jas. F. Bell. 
1st Saturday. S. A. Lockheart. 
B. Walker. 

J. M. Percival. 

Abel B. Clemens. 

2d Wednesday. John T. Adair. 

2d Monday. T. J. Harris. 



3d Friday. 

Tues. preceding 24th.Wm. J. Montagu. 

John M. Whiteside. 

John Cook. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. W. H. C. Reid. 

Sat. b. 1st Sunday. James B. Milner. 



90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 



100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 



Tell, Carrollton. 

Barber, Double Spring 

Ashley, Berryville. 

Falcon, Falcon. 

Champagnolle, Champagnolle. 

Pine Bluff, Pine Bluff. 

Aberdeen, Aberdeen. 

Bandolph, Pocahontas. 

Powhatan, Powhatan. 

Paraclifta, Paraclifta. 

Flint, Flint, C. N. 

Oak Bluff, Gainesville. 

Mill Bidge, Wittsburg. 

Mitchell, South Bend. 

Huey, Smithville. 

Ozark, Ozark. 

Greenville, Greenville. 

Byers, Grand Glaize. 

Columbia, Magnolia. 

Merrick, Boseville. 

Bayless, Ouachita. 

Elizabeth, * Elizabeth. 

St. Charles, St. Charles. 

Centre Point, Centre Point. Moses Hill. 

Cache, Clarendon. B.F.Kerr. 

Gainesborough, Gainesborough. M. M. Henderson. 

Lamartine, Lamartine. A.Ferguson. 

Pike, Murfreesborough. 4th Saturday. W. J. White. 

Quitman, Quitman. Hy. Halbert. 

Muscogee, Creek Agency. ; C. M. Slover. 

Bichmond, Richmond. 

Hickory Plains, Hickory Plains. 2d Saturday. Wm. L. Roscoe. 

Moore, Mount Elba. J. Renfro. 

Lebanon, Big Creek. H.H.Hayes. 

Pigeon Hill, Wilmington. A. L. Witherington 

Mt. Pleasant, Saundersville. Thomas Henry. 

Sulphur Spring, Amity. 

Leake, Leake's Store. 

Cincinnati, Cincinnati. George Gibson. 

Bluff Spring, MarshaU Prairie John M. Carithers. 

Carouse, Lone Grove. W. H. Rushing. 

Lewisburg, Lewisburg. S. J. Stallings. 

Rob Morris, Prairieville. C.C.Rose. 

Green Grove, Green Grove. C. W. Harrison. 

Shady Grove, Shady Grove. H.H.Elliott. 

Palestine, Mount Elba. 



ARKANSAS. 



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No. Lodge. Location. Time op Meeting. Master. 

HO Hamilton, Hamilton. Thos. W. Gray. 

111 Patterson, Clinton. J.H.Patterson. 

112 Scottville, Scottville. W.D.Linton. 

113 Branson, Florence. James Miles. 

114 Centre Hill, Centre Hill. 

115 Campbell, Burrowville. R,. N. Melton. 

116 Washitaw, Orion. Ira S. Perry. 

117 Yellville, Yellville. ; T.F.Austin. 

118 SpringHill, SpringHill. Wm. J. Heighten. 

119 Pea Ridge, Pea Ridge. 

120 Pleasant Grove, D'Armond's Mills I. J. Carlton. 

121 Tremont, Tremont. 

122 White Sulphur, White Sul. Springs S. W. McGehee. 

123 Bluffton, Bluffton. 0. H. P. Cornelius. 

124 Lake Bluff, Lake Bluff. B.G.Atkins. 

125 Brushy Woods, Como. ....S.Johnson, 

126 Bayou Dota, SulphurRock. J.Morris. 

127 Springfield, Springfield. S.S.Ford. 

128 Dallas, Dallas. 

129 Caseyville, Caseyville. A. Lynch. 

130 Euclid, Mount Adams. S.M.Allen. 

131 Greenwood, Greenwood. G.J.Clark. 

132 Waldron, Waldron. 

133 Napoleon, Napoleon. „.... Alex. Rudd. 

134 Atlanta, Atlanta. 

135 Mount Ida, Mount Ida. W.W.Bailey. 

Elm Springs, Elm Springs. M.D.Steele. 

Lucy, Van Buren. 1st Monday. W. W. Woosley. 

Evening Shade, Evening Shade. 

Crooked Creek, Crooked Creek. 

Harrisburg, Harrisburg. 

Abraham, Rondo. Jas. Abraham. 

Lanark, Lanark. 2d Saturday. J. C. Avant. 

Lunenberg, Rock Bayou. 1st & 3d Fridays. W. H. Low. 

Cedar Grove, Cedar Grove. 

Curia, Curia. 

Sardis, Gravel Ridge. 1st Saturday. W. McCauley. 

Crescent, Portland. 

Charleston, Charleston, 

Pitman, Pitman, 

Walnut Plains, Walnut Plains. T. C. Williamson. 

Ebenezer, Graves. 

Olive Branch, Olive Branch. C. T. Field. 

Adams, Pleasant Run. Friday after f. m. Josh. D. Adams. 

Wooten, Honey Fount. 3d Saturday. J. Tidwell. 

Wise, , J. J. Wise. 

Acacia, Jefferson co. 



Note. — In consequence of our going to press while the Grand Lodge waB in session, we were unable 
to get either the numbers of the above Lodges, the names of all the Masters, or the times of meeting. 



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GRAND CHAPTER. 

Organized April 28, 5851. 

The Grand Chapter of Arkansas is subordinate to the General Grand Chapter. 
It holds its Annual Communications at Little Bock, on the fourth Thursday of 
October. According to the last report in our possession there were 16 Sub- 
ordinate Chapters in this jurisdiction, having 479 members. Exalted during the 
year, 82 ; Admitted, 8 ; Deaths, 3 ; Dimitted, 19 ; Eejected, 4 ; Suspended, 1 ; 
Expelled, 1 ; Amount of dues, $289 50. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 

1 Far West, 

2 Union, 

5 Des Arc, 

6 Eureka, 

7 Lafayette, 
9 Batesville, 

10 Woodlawn, 

11 Magnolia, 

13 Monticello, 

14 Warren, 

15 Lamartine, 

16 Aberdeen, 

17 Gray, 

18 Paraclifta, 

19 Tillman, 

20 Huntsville, 



Location. 
Fayetteville. 
Little Rock. 
Des Arc. 
Pigeon Hill. 
Pine Bluff. 
Batesville. 
Woodlawn. 
Magnolia. 
Monticello. 
Warren. 
Lamartine. 
Aberdeen. 
Princeton. 
Paraclifta. 
Searcy. 
Huntsville. 



Time of Meeting. 
2d Friday. 
2d Monday. 

Friday on or bef. full moon. 
1st Saturday. 
Last Saturday. 
Last Monday. 
3d Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
2d Thursday. 
1st Thursday. 
Friday before 1st Saturday. 
4th Monday. 
2d Friday. 
4th Saturday. 
3d Thursday. 
3d Wednesday. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

A Grand Council has recently been organized in Arkansas, of which the only 
information we have at the time of going to press is, that Companion E. H. 
English was elected Most Illustrious Grand Master of the Grand Council. 



GRAND CONSISTORY. 

Of Sub • Pr • of ye R.\ S.-. 32 degree, organized, inaugurated, and installed 
August 2d, 1858, at Little Bock. 



ORIGINAL MEMBERS. 



Luke E Barber, Com. 
Elbert H. English, Dep. Com. 
Geo. C. Watkins, 1st Lt. Com. 
Roderick L. Dodge, 2d Lt. Com. 
James A. Henry, 



Thomas D. Merrick, 
John H. Newbern, 
Samuel W. Williams, 
Granville McPherson, 
Alexander Huey, 



Louis Gedge, 
Benj. F. Danley, 
Andre T. Hutt, 
Jno. J. McAlmont, 
Andrew T. Smith. 



ARKANSAS. 6? 



HUGH DB PAYENS' COMMANDERY, No. 1. 

There is one Commandery in Arkansas, which is located at Little Bock, and 
has the above title. It was chartered September 10, 1856, and at the Triennial 
Session of the Grand Encampment of the United States, in September, 1859, its 
membership consisted of 38 Sir Knights. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

Barber, Luke E., Clerk of Supreme Court, Little Eock. P. G. Master of 
Grand Lodge of Arkansas ; "Western Star, 2 ; P. G. H. Priest of Grand Chap, of 
Arkansas ; Union chap., 2 ; Occidental coun., 1 ; Hugh de Payen's com., 1. 

Feibleman, E. ( Merchant, firm of Peibleman & Co., Lamartine, and Block 
& Feibleman, Camden, Ark. Lamartine, 90 ; Lamartine chap., 15. 

Hays, Henry Herman, Big Creek, Philips co. Lebanon, 97 ; Helena chap., 
5; Occidental coun., 1; Hugh de Payen's com., 1; D. D. G. M. for 5th district. 

Hynemao, Lewis, Merchant, Little Bock, B. A. M. 

Hyneman, Moses L., Little Bock, Melita Lodge, No. 295, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Murrell, George M., Farmer, Park Hill. J. W. Cherokee, 21. 

Pike, Albert, Lawyer, Little Bock. Magnolia, 60 ; Union chap., 2 ; Occi- 
dental coun., 1 ; Hugh de Payen's com., 1 ; Supreme coun., 33, at Charleston. 

Smith, Bev. Peyton B., Missionary Baptist, Monticello. Grand Chaplain of 
Grand Lodge ; Eureka, 40 ; Monticello chap., 13. E. P. and E. in 1834, and 
received chap, and coun. degrees all in Tennessee. 



DISPENSING WITH A SUPPER. 

I was present, a few years since, at a communication 'of one of the Lodges in 
the City of Charleston, South Carolina, (St. Andrew's, No. 10,) when an appli- 
cation from the widow of a Mason for charity was read by the Worshipful 
Master. It was the custom then of that Lodge, as it was of many others, to 
sit down, at frequent seasons, to a plentiful though not extravagant supper, after 
the labors of the evening had been closed. On the present occasion, after the 
letter had been read, and while the members were consulting as to the amount 
of relief which the Lodge could afford to give, the Senior "Warden arose in his 
place, and remarked as follows : — 

"Worshipful Sir, The supper of which the Lodge will partake at the next, 
meeting will cost at least twenty-five dollars ; this amount, however, I propose 
to save to the Lodge ; I therefore suggest that we abandon the idea of a supper, 
and that the amount which it would cost be bestowed upon the widow whose 
letter lies on your pedestal." The motion was carried by acclamation. The 
Brethren dispensed with the supper, and enjoyed a far more delicious feast in 
the thought that in thus resigning a transient enjoyment they had contributed 
to the comfort of a Brother's widow. — The Mystic Tie. 



CALIFORNIA. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of California was organized April 18th, 5850. Its Com- 
munications are annual, and held in the City of Sacramento, commencing the 
second Tuesday of May. Its membership is composed of the Grand Officers, 
Past Grand Officers, Past Masters, and Masters and Wardens of the subordin- 
ate Lodges. 

The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the following sources, viz. : 

For a Dispensation to open a new lodge .... $75 

For a Charter to perpetuate a lodge, in addition . . .50 

For a Dispensation to hold an election .... 10 

For a Dispensation for a re-ballot 10 

For a Diploma 2 

For each Degree conferred ... . . 1 

For each Affiliation 1 

For each Master Mason 1 

There are 126 Subordinate Lodges and four under dispensation in this juris- 
diction. The number of affiliated members, as per last returns, was 637 B. A., 
288 F. C, 5055 M. M. The returns of the Subordinate Lodges for the year 
ending May, 5860, show the following work : Initiated, 838 ; Passed, 755 ; 
Eaised, 732 ; Affiliated, 474 ; "Withdrawn, 684; Suspended for non-payment of 
dues, 11 3 ; Suspended for unmasonic conduct, 7 ; Expelled, 15 ; Restored, 26 ; 
Died, 57 ; Rejected, 231. 

The receipts of the Grand Lodge, for the year ending March 1, were 
$10,306 20. 
The present officers of the Grand Lodge of California are :— 

N. Greene Curtis, M. W. Grand Master. 

Philip W. Shepheard, E. W. Dep. Grand Master. 

William C. Belchek, R. W. Senior Grand Warden. 

Alvinza Haywakd, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 

Addison Martin, "V. W. Grand Treasurer. 

Alexander G. Abell, V. W. Grand Secretary. 

Lawrence C. Owen, Assistant Grand Secretary. 

William Hill, Grand Chaplain. 

Addison C. Niles, Grand Orator. 

Walter Van Dyke, Grand Marshal. 

J. T. Hioeee, Grand Standard Bearer. 

Gilbert B. Claiborne, Grand Sword Bearer. 

George C. Fount, Grand Bible Bearer. 

Wm. Rufus Longley, Senior Grand Deacon. 

C. E. Wilcoxon, Junior Grand Deacon. 
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CALIFORNIA. 



Benjamin P. Mookb, ) 

Alton T. Nelson, } Grand Stewarts, 

Henry L. Davis, Grand Organist. 
Wm. 0. Middleton, Grand Pursuivant. 
Joel Noah, Grand Tyler. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. 

Location. Time op Meeting. 



1 California, 

2 Western Star, 

3 Tehama, 
5 Benicia, 

8 Tuolumne, 

9 Marysville, 
10 San Jose, 

12 Yount, 

13 Nevada, 

14 Temple, 

16 Eureka, 

17 Parfaite Union, 

18 Mountain Shade, 

19 San Joaquin, 

20 Washington, 

21 Hawaiian, 

22 Occidental, 

23 Madison, 

24 Mariposa, 

25 Georgetown, 

26 El Dorado, 

27 Trinity, 

28 Columbia, 

29 Diamond, 

30 Golden Gate, 

31 Mokelumne, 

32 Gold Hill, 

33 Ophir, 

34 Santa Clara, 

35 San Diego, 

36 Butte, 

37 St. John's, 

38 Santa Cruz, 

39 Yuba, 

40 Sacramento, 

41 Martinez, 

42 Loa Angelos, 

43 Hiram, 

44 Mount Moriah, 

45 Crescent, 

46 Texas, 



San Francisco. 

Shasta. 

Sacramento. 

Benicia. 

Sonora. 

Marysville. 

San Jose. 

Napa. 

Nevada. 

Sonoma. 

Auburn. 

San Francisco. 

Downieville. 

Stockton. 

Sacramento. 

Honolulu. 

San Francisco. 

Grass Valley. 

Mariposa. 

Georgetown. 

Placerville. 

Weaverville. 

Columbia. 

Diamond Springs. 

San Francisco. 

Mokelumne Hill. 

Virginia. 

Murphy's. 

Santa Clara. 

San Diego. 

Bidwell. 

Yreka. 

Santa Cruz. 

Marysville. 

Sacramento. 

Martinez. 

Los Angelos. 

El Dorado. 

San Francisco. 

Crescent City. 

San Juan. 



1st Thursday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st Monday. 
Wed. of or b. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Thursday. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
Mon. of or b. f. m, 
La Premier Vendredi 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
Monday before f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
1st Monday. 
1st Monday. 
1st Tuesday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Mon. of or b. f. m. 
Last Monday. 
1st Thursday. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 
2d Tuesday. 
1st Saturday. 
4th Thursday. 
3d Saturday. 
1st Monday. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
1st Wednesday. 
1st Friday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st Monday. 
Wed. of or b. f. m. 
2d Wednesday. 
Mon. of or b. f. m. 
2d Saturday. 



Benj. H. Freeman. 
Chas. L. Danielson. 
Alton T. Nelson. 
Horatio B. Hawkins. 
Geo. W. Bailey. 
Jeremy B. Totman. 
John B. Hewson. 
Robert Crouch. 
Addison C. Niles. 
Samuel H. Bupe. 
Ezra H. Van Decar. 
.Joseph Haine. 
B. H. Taylor. 
Gilbert B. Claiborne. 
Ed. E. Eyre. 
Benj. F. Durham. 
James Laidley. 
Ed. McLaughlin. 
Wm. A. King. 
John B. Harden. 
James McBeth. 
John A. Watson. 
Wm. A. Davies. 
W. N. Muffley. 
Henry J. Morton. 
W. K. Boucher. 
J. W. Spann. 
Wm. H. Barnes. 
Henry J. Bradley. 
Geo. A. Pendleton. 
Aaron L.Chamberlin. 
N. H. Millard. 
Geo. K. Porter. 
Benj. F. Shakespear. 
Wm. F. Knox. 
Wm. K. Leavitt. 
James H. Lander. 
Chas. Meredith. 
Geo. C. Hickox. 
Edgar Mason. 
John C. Gaster. 



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Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



47 Michigan City, Michigan City. 

50 Forbestown, Forbestown. 

51 Illinoistown, Illinoistown. 

52 Rough & Ready,Rough and Ready. 

54 St. James, Jamestown. 

55 Suisun, Suisun. 

56 Volcano, Volcano. 

57 Santa Rosa, Santa Rosa. 

58 Union, Sacramento. 

59 Gravel Range, Camptonville. 

60 Plumas, Quincy. 

61 Live Oak, Oakland. 

62 G. Washington, Chinese Camp. 

64 Natoma, Folsom. 

65 Amador, Jackson. 

66 Forest, Forest City. 

68 Morning Star, Stockton. 

69 Corinthian, Marysville. 

70 Enterprise, Yuba City. 

71 Nebraska, Michigan City. 

75 Mount'n Forest,Eureka. 

76 Bear Mountain, Angel's. 
Petaluma. 
San Andreas. 
Eureka, 
lone City. 
Cacheville. 
Don Pedro's Bar. 
Todd's Valley. 
Red Bluffs. 



77 Petaluma, 

78 Calaveras, 

79 Humboldt, 

80 lone, 

81 Yolo, 

82 Mountain, 

83 Rising Star, 

84 Vesper, 

85 Indian Diggings, Indian Diggings. 

86 St. Louis, St. Louis. 



87 Naval, 

88 Quitman, 

89 Rose's Bar, 

91 North Star, 

92 Acacia, 

93 Caymus, 

95 Henry Clay, 

96 Howard, 

97 Jefferson, 

98 Hornitas, 

99 La Grange, 

100 Campo Seco, 

101 Clay, 

102 Manzanita, 

103 Oroville, 

104 Lexington, 

105 Siskiyou, • 



Vallejo. 

Orleans Flat. 

Empire Ranch. 

Hooperville. 

Coloma. 

Yountville. 

Sutter Creek. 

Yreka. 

La Porte. 

Hornitas. 

La Grange. 

Campo Seco. 

Dutch Flat. 

North San Juan. 

Oroville. 

El Monte. 

Henley. 



Thurs. of or b.-f. m. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
Sat. of or af. f. m. 
2d Friday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st Wednesday. 
Mon. of or b. f. m. 
3d Saturday. 
1st Friday. 
1st Tuesday. 
Thurs. of or b. f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 
Wed. of or b. f. m. 
4th Monday. 
1st Tuesday. 
Sat. ev. of or b. f.m. 
2d Friday. 
Sat. of or af. f. m. 
Wed. of or af. f. m. 
Wed. of or b. f. m. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
3d Saturday. 
Sat. of or a. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
2d Saturday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
3d Thursday. 
3d Saturday. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
2d Saturday. 
Thu. of or b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Wed. of or b. f. m. 
2d Monday. 
3d Wednesday. 
Tues. of or b. f. m. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Wednesday. 
2d Saturday. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
Last Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
1st Monday 



J. T. Higbee. 
R. C. Gaskill. 
Ed. J. Brickell. 
James K. Smith. 
Wm. D. Newton. 
Sampson Smith. 
Robert Stewart. 
Wm. Churchman. 
Gabriel Haines. 
Josiah P. Brown. 
John R. Buckbee. 
Jer. E. Witcher. 
Henry S. Brooks. 
Alfred Spinks. 
Michael J. Little. 
Thos. J. Bowers. 
Geo. A. Shurtleff. 
Wm. C. Belcher. 
John M. Fronk. 
Wm. B. Kingsbury. 
Danl. W. Mitchell. 
Thos. Deer. 
Wm. Burnett. 
Orpheus Smith. 
Walter Van Dyke. 
J. Foot Turner. 
N. Wycoff. 
Z. P. Cole. 
Daniel J. Baker. 
M. H. Myrick. 
W. Leonidas. 
Joel Eveland. 
Simon Davis. 
Sanford O. Pease. 
A. L. Morrison. 
Daniel Ream. 
A. W. Cullum. 
Wm. H. Holliday. 
Alvinza Hayward. 
John Loag. 

E. Lane. 
Saml. W. Carr. 
John Myers. 

F. W. Shoemaker. 
Benj. F. Moore. 
J. P. Ewing. 
Danl. Jewett. 
Thos. A. Mayes. 
Danl. Grosse. 



CALIFORNIA. 



U 



No. 



Lodge. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



106 Areata, 

107 Mt. Jefferson, 

108 Owen, 
109. Dibble, 

110 Pajaro, 

111 Chico, 

112 Summit, 

113 Eden, 

114 Mount Zion, 

115 St. Marks, 

116 Windsor, 

117 Concord, 

119 Clinton, 

120 Fidelity, 

121 Ionic, 

122 Alamo, 

123 Sotoyomi, 

124 Table Mountain, 

125 Progress, 

126 La Fayette, 

127 Hermann, 

128 Visalia, 

129 Nicolaus, 

130 Unity, 

131 Woodbridge, 

132 Sincerity, 

133 Yosemite, 

134 Vacaville, 

135 Valley, 

136 Pacific, 

137 Oro Fino, 

138 Violet, 

139 Crockett, 

140 Curtis, 

141 Grafton, 

142 Colusa, 
U.D.Franklin, 



Union. 

Garrote. 

Johnson's Bar. 

Alpha. 

Watsonville. 

Chico. 

Knight's Ferry. 

San Leandro. 

Grizzly Flat. 

Fiddletown. 

Windsor. 

Sacramento. 

Horsetown. 

San Francisco. 

Iowa Hill. 

Alamo. 

Healdsburgh. 

Oroville. 

San Francisco. 

Sebastopol. 

San Francisco. 

Visalia. 

Nicolaus. 

San Bernardino. 

Wood's Ferry. 

Rich Bar. 

Coulterville. 

Vacaville. 

Forman's Ranch. 

San Francisco. 

Oro Fino. 

Spanish Flat. 

San Francisco. 

Cloverdale. 

Grafton. 

Colusa. 

Ornisbo. 



1st Monday. 
Last Saturday. 
Thu. of or b. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Fri. of or b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Wed. of or b. f. m. 
1st Wednesday. 
Wed. of or b. f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
Wed. of or b. f. m. 
Saturday after f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 
4th Monday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
3d Thursday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
2d Saturday. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
Wed. of or b. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
Fri. of or b. f. m. 
4th Tuesday. 
1st Wednesday. 
1st Saturday. 
Tues. of or b. f. m. 
1st Friday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 



John C. Bull. 
John Macfarlane. 
Gilbert Lanphier. 
M. C. White. 
J. B. Tyus. 
Robert C. Wilson. 
Miniss C. Edwards. 
Joseph H. Taylor. 
Elijah King. 

F. L. Sullivan. 
John D. Sampson. 
J. L. Polhemus. 
Benj. M. Parker. 
Henry Adler. 
Jacob H. Neff. 
John M. Jones. 
John B. Bailhache. 
Chas. F. Lott. 
Levi Keller. . 
Wm. L. Taber. 
Chas. Proschold. 
Joseph N. Thomas. 
Edwin Craine. 

R. R. Pearce. 
Cornelius Carpenter. 
R. M. Blakemore. 
Carlton Davidson. 
Arthur Moore. 
Thos. Wasley. 
John Wade. 
Geo. H. Coe. 
Henry Mayenbaum. 
Wm. H. Pottorff. 
Wm. H. Hollis. 
John W. Baldwin. 
John H. Liening. 

G. A. Blakeslee. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

The Grand Chapter of California was organized May 6th, 5854, and is a sub- 
ordinate of the General Grand Chapter. The number of Subordinate Chapters 
under its jurisdiction at its Annual Convocation, in May, 5860, was 27, the 
returns of which give the following work: Marked, 221; Passed, 214; Eeceived, 
199 ; Exalted, 205 ; Affiliated, 22 ; Withdrawn, 121 ; Suspended for non-pay- 
ment of dues, 12 ; Suspended for unmasonic conduct, 2 ; Expelled, 4 ; Eestored, 



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3 ; Died, 9 ; Rejected, 22 ; Mark Masters, 26. The returns also show the fol- 
lowing totals of affiliation : Past Masters, 35 ; Most Excellent Masters, 5 ; 
Royal Arch Masons, 1025. The receipts of the Grand Chapter for the year 
ending March 31st, 5860, were $3037 49. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Chapter. 

1 San Francisco, 

2 Sonora, 

3 Sacramento, 

4 El Dorado, 

5 California, 

6 Nevada, 

7 Benicia, 

8 Columbia, 

9 Shasta, 

10 Forest, 

11 Sutter, 

12 Calaveras, 

13 Washington, 

14 Howard, 

15 Cyrus, 

16 St. James, 

17 Libanus, 

18 Grass Valley. 

19 Trinity, 

20 Franklin, 

21 Sierra, 

22 Petaluma, 

23 Oliver, 

24 La Fayette, 

25 Georgetown, 

26 Oakland, 
U.D.Delta, 



Location. 
San Francisco. 
Sonora. 
Sacramento. 
Diamond Springs. 
San Francisco. 
Nevada. 
Benicia. 
Columbia. 
Shasta. 
Forest City. 
Sutter Creek. 
Murphy's. 
Marysville. 
San Jose. 
Yreka. 
Placerville. 
Iowa Hill. 
Grass Valley. 
Weaverville. 
Oroville. 
Downieville. 
Petaluma. 
Todd's Valley. 
Camptonville. 
Georgetown. 
Oakland. 
Auburn. 



Time op Meeting. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
1st Wednesday. 
1st Tuesday. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
1st Monday. 
Tuesday on or b. f. m. 
1st Monday. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
Thur. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
2d & 4th Weds. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
2d Saturday. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
Thur. on or b. f. m. 
1st Wednesday. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
W.of f.m.&2 weeks a. 
F. of f.m. & 2 weeks a. 
Th.b.f.m.&2weeksa. 
Th.off.m.&2weeksa. 



Charters Granted. 

July 28, 5854. 

July 28, 5854. 

July 28, 5854. 

April 30, 5855. 

April 30, 5855. 

April 30, 5855. 

April 30, 5855. 

April 30, 5855. 

April 30, 5855. 

April 30, 5855. 

May 3, 5856. 

May 3, 

May 3, 

May 3, 

May 3, 

May 8, 

May 8, 

May 7, 

May 7, 

May 7, 

May 7, 

May 7, 

May 6, 

May 6, 

May 4, 

May 5, 



5856. 
5856. 
5856. 
5856. 
5857. 
5857. 
5858. 
5858. 
5858. 
5858. 
5858. 
5859. 
5859. 
5860. 
5860. 



GRAND COMMANDERY. 

This Grand Commandery was formed August 10th, 1858. We have not 
received its proceedings since its formation, and are therefore unable to give 
all the necessary data. There are, however, 6 Subordinate Oommanderies in 
California, which have a total membership of 204. 

The following are the only Commanderies of which we have information, viz.: 



No. Name. 

1 San Francisco, 

2 Sacramento, 

3 Pacific, 



Location. 
San Francisco. 
Sacramento. 
Columbia. 



CALIFORNIA. 73 



SUBSCE1BEES' NAMES. 

POKEST CITY. 

Bope, John B., Parmer, Plum Valley. Forest, 66 ; Forest chap., 10 ; Sacra- 
mento encpt., 2. 
Brans, M. B., Merchant. Forest, 66 ; Forest chap., 10. 
Fitz James, James, Book-keeper. P. M. Nevada, 13 ; Sacramento chap., 3. 
Fleming, William, Expressman. Forest, 66. 
Kirkpatrick, John, Miner. Forest, 66 ; Forest chap., 10. 
McNutt, G. A., Miner. Forest, 66. 
Miller, George, Baker. Forest, 66. 

Patchin, Clint. H., Hotel-keeper. Forest, 66 ; Forest chap., 10. 
Reed, Thornton, A., Hotel-keeper. Forest, 66. 
Scott, "Washington, Miner. Forest, 66. 
Winters, Theo., Merchant. Forest, 66 ; Forest chap., 10. 

SAN FBABTCISCO. 

Creigh, J..D., Attorney at Law, San Francisco. California, 1 ; San Francisco 
chap., 1. P. G. H. P. of G. C. of California. 

Parker, Samuel H., Attorney at Law, San Francisco. Strafford, 29, N. H. 

Richards, James R., Com. Mer. J. W., Occidental, 22 ; R. A. M. San Fran- 
cisco. 



Adler, Adolph, Merchant, Campo Seco. 

Andrews, Lorrin, Jr., Clerk, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Hawaiian, 21 ; 
Covington chap., 35, Ky.; Kenton coun., 13, Ky. ; Covington encpt., 7, Ky. 

Brown, Edward, Miner, Campo Seco. Campo Seco, 100. 

Green, Jonathan, Tailor, Shasta City. P. M. St. John's, 37 ; Shasta chap., 9. 

Kitts, David B., Miner, Indian Creek. S. W. North Star. 

Kline, Christian, J., Baker, Downieville. Mountain Shade, 18. 

Lander, James H, Lawyer, Los Angelos. W. M. Los Angelos, 42. 

Peterson, James H, Miner, Omega, Nevada Co. Dibble, 109. 

Reed, Thomas M., County Treasurer, El Dorado co., Colomo. P. M. George- 
town, 25 ; Sherburne chap., Ky. 

Ries, Christian, Quartz Miner, Downieville. Mountain Shade, 18. 

Thurman, Leach B., Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, and Miners' supplies in 
general, Auburn. Ionic, 121. 



CANADA. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Canada was organized October 10th, 5855. 
Its communications are Annual, and commence on the first "Wednesday in 
July. It is not permanently located, the place of meeting being decided on at 
each Annual Communication. 

The Grand Lodge consists of the Elective and Appointed Officers, (excepting 
the Grand Tyler,) Past Grand Officers, Past Masters, and Masters and Wardens 
of Subordinate Lodges. 
The fees payable to the Grand Lodge are as follows : — 

For granting a new "Warrant . 

For Dispensation for a new Lodge 

For a Warrant of Confirmation 

For a new "Warrant, lost or destroyed 

For Dispensation to initiate under age 

For Dispensation for each Degree 

For Dispensation to initiate more than five, for each, 

For Dispensation for public processions 

For Grand Lodge Certificate . 

For Eegistration Fee .... 

For every Initiation 

Registration Fee . . , . 

For affiliation of E. A. and F. C. . 

For affiliation of Master Masons . 

Every member of each Lodge, per annum. 
There are 137 Subordinate Lodges, and 3 under dispensation, under the juris- 
diction of the Grand Lodge. Number of Affiliated members are estimated at 
7000. The income of the Grand Lodge, the past year, was over $4000. 
The Officers of the Grand Lodge for the present year are as follows :— 

T. Douglas Harington, M. W. Grand Master. 

William B. Simpson, B. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

Denis Gale, E. "W. Grand Senior Warden. 

T. D. Warren, E. W. Grand Junior Warden. 

Eev. James A. Preston, E. W. Grand Chaplain. 

Henry Groff, E. W. Grand Treasurer. 

Edwin Heathfield, R. W. Grand Eegistrar. 

Thomas B. Harris, R. "W. Grand Secretary. 

F. Wolferst. Thomas, E. W. D.D.G.M., London District. 

Geo. W. Whitehead, E. W. D.D.G.M., Wilson " 

jEmilius Irving, E. W. D.D.G.M., Huron «■ 

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CANADA. T5 

Charles Magill, K. W. D.D.G.M., Hamilton District. 

Samoel B. Harman, E. W. D.D.G.M., Toronto 

Joseph B. Hall, R. W. D^D.G.M., Ontario 

A. A. Campbell, R. "W. D.D.G.M., Prince Edward 

George E. LaSerre, R. W. D.D.G.M., Central 

A. A. Stevenson, R. W. D.D.G.M., Montreal 

Michael Mitchell, R. W. D.D.G.M., Eastern Tp. 

Richard Pors, R. W. D.D.G.M., Quebec 

P. P. Harris, V. W. Grand Senior Deacon. 

James Seymour, V. W. Grand Junior Deacon. 

"William G. Storm, Y. W. Grand Superintendent of Works. 

Alfred DeGrassi, Y. W. Grand Director of Ceremonies. 

Thomas McCraken, V. "W. Assistant Grand Secretary. 

A. W. O'Giltie, V. W. Grand Sword Bearer. 

Thos. Mackie, V. W. Assistant Grand Director of Ceremonies. 

Alfred Boultbee, V. W. Grand Organist. 

James M. Rogerson, V. W. Assistant' Grand Organist. 

Stanislaus Blondheim, V. W. Grand Pursuivant. 

John Morrison, Grand Tyler. 

C. "W. Matheson, John Davidson, Arthur Murray, Isaac Dennis, 
Benjamin C. Davy, Thos. Camm, E. Moss, William C. Tait, V. W. Grand 
Stewards. 

Representatives. 

W. C. Stevens, Representative of the United Grand Lodge of England, at the 

Grand Lodge of Canada. 
Kivas Tully, Representative of the Grand Lodge of Ireland, at the Grand 

Lodge of Canada. 
A. Bernard, Representative of the Grand Lodge of Vermont, at the Grand 

Lodge of Canada. 
Thomas B. Harris, Representative of the Grand Lodge of Kansas, at the 

Grand Lodge of Canada. 
Cyril Pearl, Representative of the Grand Lodge of Maine, at the Grand 

Lodge of Canada. 
Earl Ripon, Representative of the Grand Lodge of Canada, at the United 

Grand Lodge of England. 
Michael Purnell, Representative of the Grand Lodge of Canada, at the 

Grand Lodge of Ireland. 

*** The Sixth Annual Communication of G. L. will be held at London, C. W., on the second Wednes- 
day in July, a.l. 5861. 



WORLD'S MASONIC REGISTER. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 

*#* Lodges marked thus (*) hold their Installation of Officers on the Festival of St. John 
the Eoangelisi — all others on that of St. John the Baptist. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



— * Antiquity Lodge, 

1 Provost, 

2 Niagara, 

3 *St. John's, 

4 *Dorchester, 

5 *Sussex, 

6 Barton, 

7 Union, 

8 *Nelson, 

9 *Union, 

10 *Norfolk, 

11 *Moira, 

12 *Golden Kule, 

13 Western Light, 

14 *True Briton's 

15 St. George's, 

16 St. Andrew's, 

17 St. John's, 

18 *Prince Ed'rd's, 

19 *St. George's, 

20 *St. John's, 

21 *Zetland, 

22 King Solomon's, 

23 *Bichmond, 

24 *St. Francis, 

25 *Ionio, 

26 *Ontario, 

27 *StrictObser'ce, 

28 *Mount Zion, 

29 *United, 

30 *Composite, 

31 Jerusalem, 

32 *Amity, 

33 Wellington, 

34 *Thistle, 

35 St. John's, 

36 Welland, 

37 *King Hiram, 

38 *Trent, 

39 *Mount Zion, 

40 *St. John's, 

41 St. George's, 

42 *St. George's, 



Montreal. 

Dunham. 

Niagara. 

Kingston. 

St. John's. 

Brockville. 

Hamilton. 

Grimsby. 

Henryville. 

Napanee. 

Simcoe. 

Belleville. 

Stanstead. 

Bolton. 

Perth. 

St. Catharines. 

Toronto. 

Cobourg. 

Picton. 

Montreal. 

London. 

Montreal. 

Toronto. 

Richmond Hill. 

Smith's Falls. 

Toronto. 

Port Hope. 

Hamilton. 

Kemptville. 

Brighton. 

Whitby. 

Bowmanville. 

Dunnville. 

Guelph. 

Amherstburg. 

Cayuga. 

Fonthill. 

Ingersoll. 

Trenton. 

Brooklin. 

Hamilton. 

Kingsville. 

London. 



1st Thursday. 
Tues. preceding f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 
1st Thursday. 
1st Thursday. 
Wed. on or pr. f. m. 
2d Wednesday. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
3d Tuesday. 
1st Friday b. f. m. 
Thurs on or. b. f. m. 
Wed. on or pr. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
1st Monday. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
2d Tuesday. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Thursday prec. f. m. 
3d Tuesday. 
2d Tuesday. 
2d Thursday. 
2d Thursday. 
Thursday prec. f. m. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
3d Tuesday. 
Wed. prec. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Wed. after f. m. 
1st Wednesday. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
1st and 3d Tuesday. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Tues. on or pr. f. m. 
3d Thursday. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
1st Wednesday. 



Edwin Morris. 
David Brown. 
R. M. Wilson. 
J. A. Henderson. 
G. T. Morehouse. 
Thomas Camm. 
William Irwin. 
William Fitch. 
Geo. W. Barker. 
A. S. Bristol. 
Henry Groff. 
L. H. Henderson. 
W. B. Colby. 
James Wilson. 
John Murray. 
Theoph. Mack. 
Wm. R. Harris. 

David Barker. 
A. A. Stevenson. 
Edw. Heathfield. 
Edward Himes. 
Oliver Gable. 
D. Bridgford. 
Edw. Chalmers. 
Wm. C. Chewett. 
Joseph B. Hall. 
Jas. M. Rogerson. 
Thomas Waugh. 
John Eyre. 
Yeoman Gibson. 
John McLeod. 
A. Brownson. 
Wm. Hayward. 
George Gott. 
William Mussen. 
Isaac P. Wilson. 
Geo. W. Allen. 
R. Gordon. 
George B. Mott. 
Thos. McCraken. 
A. C. Black. ' 
Thomas Mackie. 







CANADA. 


11 


No. Lodge. 


Location. 


Time of Meeiino. 


Master. 


43 King Solomon' 


3, Woodstock. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


George Forbes. 


44 *St. Thomas, 


St. Thomas. 


1st Thursday. 


Henry Caldwell. 


45 Brant, 


Brantford. 


Tuesday b. f. m. 


D. Curtis, Jr. 


46 Wellington, 


Chatham. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 




47 *Great Western, Windsor. 


Thurs. on or b. f. m 


. A. K. Dewson. 


48 *Madoc, 


Madoc. 


Tuesday b. f. m. 


Thos. S. Agar. 


49 *Harington, 


Quebec. 


3d Thursday. 


Richard Pope. 


50 *Conseeon, 


Consecon. 


Friday prec. f. m. 


H. G. Squier. 


51 Corinthian, 


Grahamville. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


Joseph Figg. 


52 Wellington, 


Dunnville. 


Monday prec. f. m. 


W. S. Brown. 


53 *Shefford, 


Waterloo. 


1st Monday. 


H. L. Robinson. 


54 *Vaughan, 


Maple. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


Joseph Ingram. 


55 *Mirickville. 


Mirickville. 


Tuesday after f. m. 


C. Leggo, Jr. 


56 Victoria, 


Port Sarnia. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


George Masson. 


57 *Harmony, 


Binbrook. 


Monday after f. m. 


William Brown. 


58 *Dorio, 


Ottawa. 


1st Wednesday. 


W. J. B. McL. Moore. 


59 *Corinthian, 


Ottawa. 


3d Thursday. 


Fred. Marett. 


60 *Hoyle, 


La Colle. 


2d Tuesday. 


T. S. Haynes. 


61 Acacia, 


Hamilton. 


3d Friday. 


F. J. Rastrick. 


62 St. Andrew's, 


Caledonia. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


J. B. Holden, 


63 Simcoe, 


Simcoe. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


C. W. Matheson. 


64 *Kilwinning, 


London. 


3d Thursday. 


John Harrison. 


65 *Rehoboam, 


Toronto. 


1st Thursday. 


D. Thurston. 


66 *Durham, 


Newcastle. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


Samuel Wilmot. 


67 *St. Francis, 


Richmond. 


1st Thursday. 


Wm. C. Tait. 


68 *St. John's, 


Ingersoll. 


1st Thursday. 


Jno. Galliford. 


69 Stirling, 


Stirling. 


Thursday after f. m 


. W. C. Brownson. 


70 *King,' 


King. 


Fri. on or b. f. m. 


Joseph Smelser. 


71 *Victoria, 


Sherbrooke. 


2d Monday. 


G. H. Borlase. 


72 *Alma, 


Gait. 


3d Tuesday. 


A. T. H. Ball. 


73 *St. James's, 


St. Mary's. 


1st Monday. 


L. A. Mclntyre. 


74 *St. James's, 


Maitland. 


Mon. on or a. f. m. 


G. C. Longley. 


75 St. John's, 


Toronto. 


1st Monday. 


Joseph Jackes. 


76 *Oxford, 


Woodstock. 


2d Wednesday. 


Jordan Charles. 


77 *FaithfulBreth 


.,Oakwood. 


Wednesday b. f. m. 


Andrew Smith. 


78 *King Hiram, 


Tilsonburg. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


Peter Taylor. 


79 Simcoe, 


Bradford. 


Thursday a. f. m. 




80 Albion,. 


Newbury. 


1st Tuesday. 


C. J. Campbell. 


81 *St. John's, 


Delaware. 


1st Tuesday. 


John Dutton. 


82 St. John's, 


Paris. 


1st Tuesday. 


Wesley Howell. 


83 Beaver, 


Strathroy. 


1st Friday a. f. m. 


Joseph H. Blain. 


84 *Clinton, 


Clinton. 


Wed. on or a. f. m. 


Russel H. Read. 


85 Rising Sun, 


Farmersville. 


Thurs. nearest f. m. 


A. A. Chamberlin. 


86 *Wilson, 


Toronto. 


3d Tuesday. 


L. L. Levey. 


87 Markham Union, Mar kh am. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


Hy. R. Corson. 


88 St. George's, 


Owen Sound. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


Hy. McPherson. 


89 *King Hiram, 


Lindsay. 


1st Tuesday. 


H. McL. Fraser. 


90 *Manito, 


Collingwood. 


Thurs. on or a. f. m 


. Thos. C. Prosser. 


91 *Colborne, 


Colborne. 


Wednesday a. f. m. 


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92 Cataraqui, 

93 *NorthernLight, 

94 *St. Mark's, 

95 Ridout, 

96 *Corinthian, 

97 *Sharon, 

98 True Blue, 

99 *Tuscan, 

100 Valley, 

101 *Corinthian, 

102 Mount Brydges, 

103 *Maple Leaf, 

104 St. John's, 

105 St. Mark's, 

106 *Burford, 

107 St. Paul's, 

108 Blenheim, 

109 Albion, 

110 *Central, 

111 *Morpeth, 

112 *Maitland, 

113 *Wilson, 

114 *Hope, 

115 *Ivy, 

116 *Cassia, 

117 *Stanbridge, 

118 *Union, 

119 Maple Leaf, 

120 Warren, 

121 Doric, 

122 Renfrew, 

123 The Belleville, 

124 Montreal Kilw'g, 

125 Cornwall, 

126 Golden Rule, 

127 Franck, 

128 Pembroke, 

129 The Rising Sun, 

130 Yamaska, 

131 St. Lawrence, 

132 Sweet Home, 

133 Lebanon Forest, 

134 Shawenegam, 

135 St. Clair, 

136 Richardson, 
U.D. Pythagoras, 
TJ.D. Aylmer, 
U.D. Lebanon, 



Kingston. 

Kincardine. 

Port Stanley. 

Otterville/ 

Barrie. 

Sharon. 

Albion. 

Newmarket. 

Dundas. 

Peterboro'. 

Mt. Brydges. 

St. Catharine's. 

Norwichville. 

Drummondville. 

Burford. 

Lambeth. 

Drumbo. 

Sydenham. 

Prescott. 

Morpeth. 

Goderioh. 

Waterford. 

Port Hope. 

Smithville. 

Sylvan. 

Stanbridge. 

Lloydtown. 

Bath. 

Fingal. 

Brantford. 

Renfrew. 

Belleville. 

Montreal. 

Cornwall. 

Campbellford. 

Frankford. 

Pembroke. 

Aurora. 

Granby. 

Southampton. 

N. Hamburgh. 

Franceston. 

Three Rivers. 

Milton. 

Cash el. 

Meaford. 

Aylmer. 

Oshawa. 



2d Wednesday. 
Thurs. on or a f. m. 
2d Tuesday. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. preceding f. m. 
1st f uesday. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
2d Wednesday. 
1st Wednesday. 
Wed. on or prec. f. m. 
3d Monday. 
Thurs. on or a. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
2d Wednesday! 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Tuesday after f. m. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
2d Thursday. 
2d Tuesday. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
Tuesday after f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Monday b. f. m. 
2d Thursday. 
Fri. on or pre. f. m. 

1st Thursday. 
2d Monday. 
Monday after f. m. 
Tuesday after f. m. 
Monday before f. m. 
Tuesday before f. m. 
Fri. on or a. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Tues. on or a. f. m. 
Thursday a. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
2d Wednesday. 
2d Thursday. 
Wed. on or b. f. m 
Fri. on or a. f. m. 
2d Thursday. 



John V. Noel. 
C. R. Barker. 
S. Shepard. 
John Wood. 
J. W. Hornsby. 
Wm. B. Terry. 
William Lynass. 
John Bentley. 
John King. 

C. J. Vizard. 
John Dutton. 
James Seymour. 
George L. Beard. 
Thomas Evans. 
Edwd. Hipkins. 

D. B. Burch. 
Alex. Murray. 

James Keeler. 
John Duck. 
William Story. 
John Boyd. 
Thomas Ridout. 
George Brant. 
John A. Scoon. 
H. O. Meigs. 
Thos. Swinerton. 
B. C. Davy. 

E. W. Gustin. 
M. W. Pruyn. 
A. H. Dowswell. 
A. B. Elmer. 
John Boyd. 
John McLellan. 
Isaac M. Lindsay. 
John B. Young. 
Jas. P. Moffatt. 
Robert Lyon. 
Jacob M. Clark. 

F. H. L. Staunton 
John P. Smith. 
Wm. Diamond. 
A. G. Fenwick. 
James Regan. 
James Bowman. 
W. K. Henderson. 
Levi R. Church. 
J. B. Fairbanks. 



CANADA. 



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GRAND CHAPTER. 

Oeoanized Januaby 20, 5857. 

The Annual Convocations of this Grand Chapter are held on the third Wed- 
nesday in February. This Grand Chapter has 18 subordinates under its juris- 
diction. The returns of 16 Chapters give a total of membership of 519. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 


Location. 


1 Anc't Frontenao, 


Kingston. 


2 Hiram, 


Hamilton. 


3 St. John's, 


London. 


4 St. Andrew's, 


Toronto. 


5 St. George's, 


London. 


6 St. John's, 


Hamilton. 


7 Moira, 


Belleville. 


8 King Solomon, 


Toronto. 


9 Golden Rule, 


Stanstead. 


10 Kilwinning, 


London. 


11 Wilson, 


Windsor. 


12 Cataraqui, 


Kingston. 


13 Stadacona. 


Quebec. 


14 Bedford. District, 


Dunham. 


15 Wawanosh, 


Sarnia. 


16 Carleton, 


Ottawa. 


17 Dorchester, 


St. John's. 


18 Oxford, 


Woodstock. 



Time op Meeting. Established. 

3d Tuesday. 5797. 

1st Monday. 5820. 

3d Friday. 5844. 

3d Wednesday. 5847. 

4th Friday. 5854. 

2d Thursday. 5855. 

1st Tuesday. 5856. 

3d Tuesday. 5857. 

Tues. on or b. f. m. 5858. 

1st Monday. 5858. 

1st Monday. 5859. 

2d Monday. 5850. 

2d Thursday. 5854. 

Tuesday b. f. m. 5859. 

2d Friday. 5859. 

2d Wednesday. 5859. 

1st Thursday. 5860. 

1st Friday. 5860. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 
CANADA EAST. 

CORNWALL. 

McLellan, John, Marble-mason. W. M., Cornwall, 125, B. A. M. 
Poole, Charles, Solicitor and Attorney. (Westminster, Eng.) Secretary, Corn- 
wall, 125. 
Pringle, J. P., Barrister. Cornwall, 125, C. E. 

DUNHAM, County of Missisquoi. 
Prevost Lodge No. 1, meets Tuesday before full moon. 

GRANBX", County of Sheffield. 

Clark, J. M., Civil Engineer. W. M., Yamaska, 130 ; Prin. IT. Dorchester 
chap., 17. 



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henrysville. 
Parker, Geo. W., Saddle and Harness-maker. "W. M., Nelson, 8. 

LENNOXVUiLB. 

"Wurtele, Louis 0., B. A. Deacon Church of England, French Teacher Bishop 
College. Victoria, 71, C. R. 

MONTEBAL. 

Bacon, George. Treasurer Cornwall, 125. 

Bacon, Thomas, Merchant. Mother Lodge, Socrates, 511, R. E. ; S. W., 
Cornwall, 125. 

Blackwood, Thos. F. St. Paul's, 514, R. E.; Royal Arch chap., 159, R. I,; 
Knight of the Sword, East Red Cross, Malta, and East and West ; Encpt., 159, 
R. I. 

Browning, Samuel, Proprietor of Ottawa House, on Great St. James Street. 
P. S. W., St. George's, 13 ; Hiram chap., 2 ; Past Grand Steward of Grand 
Lodge of Canada. 

Cunynghame, Thurlow, M.D., University McGill College; L. R. C. P. Ed. 
Graduate of University, Michigan, etc. ; Editor Canadian Freemason, Montreal, 
C. E.; St. Paul's, 514, R. E. ; St. Paul's chap., 514, R. E.; Exalted in Edin- 
burgh chap., 1, Ed. Scotland; Prince of Rose Croix. 

Hill, Benjamin, Stationer. Kilwinning. 

McGill, Capt, Royal Canadian Rifles (late 60th Royal Rifles.) S. D., St. Paul's, 
514, R. E. ; Ark and Mark Master Jullander, 906, Bengal, East India; Super- 
Excellent Mason Hope Chapter, attached to Hope, 596, Meerut, Bengal, India; 
Royal Arch Mason Umballa Chapter, attached to Charity, 823, Umballa, 
Bengal, India; Knight of the Red Cross of Babylon; Encampment of Charity, 
Umballa, Bengal, India ; (Charity, 823, Umballa.) 

Vaness, Frederick, Carver. Eastern Star, 227, New York City. 

QUEBEC. 

Harrington, Thomas Douglas. Grand Master of Grand Lodge of Canada; 
Grand 1st Prin. Z. of Grand chap. ; Deputy Provincial Grand Com. of Pro- 
vincial Grand encpt., Canada; Past Grand Prior of Grand Conclave of Eng- 
land and "Wales. 

Pope, Richard. W. M., Harington, 49 ; R. E. Z., Stadacona chap., 13. 

SHEEBEOOKE. 
Reid, Rev. C. P., Church of England. Chaplain Victoria, 71, C. R. 

ST. JOHN'S, County of St. John's. 
Bissett, James H., Merchant. Dorchester, 4. 
■ Chillingsworth, Henry, Baker. Inner Guard, Dorchester, 4. 
Dorchester Lodge, No. 4, chartered Aug. 1st, a. l. 5859. Regular meetings, 
first Thursday each month. 

Ducondu, E., Barrister and County Secretary, Corporation Attorney. Dor- 
chester, 4. 
Futevoy, Isaac B., Station Agent of S. S. and C. R. W. Dorchester, 4. 



CANADA. 81 

Hogle, J. L., Proprietor of Mott's Hotel. Dorchester, 4; Dorchester chap., 17. 

Langelier, Ludyer, Hatter and .Furrier. Dorchester, 4. 

Macdonald, Edward & Duncan, Merchants. Dorchester, 4. 

Macdonald, M. B., firm of Charlton & Macdonald, Merchants. Secretary, 
Dorchester, 4. 

McGinnis, Wm. S., Land Agent. P. S. "W., Dorchester, 4. 

Morehouse, G. T., Stoves, Tinware, etc. W. M., Dorchester, 4 ; Dorchester 
chap., 17. 

Osgood, Wm, A., Postmaster and Merchant. P. M., Dorchester, 4; Dor- 
chester chap., 17. 

Pierce, Charles S., Merchant and Justice of the Peace. P. Treasurer, Dor- 
chester, 4. 

Porlier, R. H., Merchant. Dorchester, 4. 

Pruyn, Francis, Superintendent and Engineer of S. S. and C. R. W. J. W., 
Dorchester, 4; Dorchester chap., 17. 

Rounds, Albert, Contractor and Builder. Dorchester, 4. 

WATERLOO. 

Lay, J. B., Clerk of Shefford Circuit Court and Law Student. J W., Shef- 
ford, 53 ; Dorchester chap., 17. 

Mitchell, Michael, Provincial Land Surveyor. District Deputy Grand Master 
of Grand Lodge of Canada; P. M., Shefford, 53; 3d Principal, Dorchester 
chap., 17. 

Parmelee, A. B., Advocate. P. M., Shefford, 53; Treasurer Dorchester 
chap., 17. 

Reynolds, Zenas, Hotel-keeper. Steward, Shefford, 53. 



CANADA WEST. 

ALMONTE, County of Lamark. 
Mostyn, "Wm., Physician and Surgeon. Carleton Place, 796, E. R. 

BELLVILLE, County of Hastings. 

Alport, Fred. William, Produce Com. Merchant, Insurance Agent, etc. P. 
M., St. John's, 214, E. R. ; P. M., Moira, 11 ; 2d Prin. H., Moira chap., 7. 

Beckett, Robt. A., Bookseller and Stationer. Moira, 11. 

Bell, John, Barrister at Law. P. M., Moira, 11 ; Moira chap., 7. 

Brennan, David, Proprietor Empire Hotel. P. J. W., Sussex, 5. 

Campbell, Alfred A., Leather Manufacturer. P. M., Moira, 11 ; 1st Prin. Z., 
Moira chap., 7 ; P. S. W., Hugh De Payen's encpt. ; Dist. Deputy G. M., Prince 
Ed. Dist. ; 3d Grand Prin. J., Grand chap. ; P. G. Sword B., Grand encpt. 

Dupont, W. D., Accountant and Confidential Clerk. St. John's, 214, E. R. 

Elmer, Andrew B., Barrister at Law. W. M., Bellville, 124 ; Sect., Moira, 
11 ; 3d Prin., J. Moira chap., 7. 

Franck, John Charles, Notary Public, etc. P. M., Moira, 11 ; P. 1st Prin. Z., 
Moira chap., 7 ; Hugh De Payen's encpt.; P. D. G. M., Prince Ed. Dist.; G. 



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Supt. Central dist, G. B. A. C. of Canada ; Grand Provincial Aid-de-Camp, 
Grand encpt. 

Fraser, John A. Inspector of G. T. E. W. J. D., Moira, 11 ; St. John's, 3. 

Gillespie, Henry G., Wholesale Grocer. Moira, 11 ; Moira chap., 7. 

Henderson, L. H., Attorney and Solicitor in Chancery. W. M., Moira, 11 ; 
P. S., Moira chap., 7. 

Innes, Robt. L., Civil Engineer. Moira, 11. 

Lay, Charles Henry, Station Agent G. T. E. W. Moira, 11. 

Macinnes, John A., Clerk, Crown Timber Office. S. W., Moira, 11 ; Scribe, 
E., Moira chap., 7. 

Miles, E., Proprietor Hasting's Chronicle. Moira, 11. 

Petric, A. O., Accountant in Bank of IT. C. Initiated in Ancient Operative 
Lodge, 47, Dundee, Scotland, August, a.l. 5811 ; Celtic Lodge of Leith and 
Edinburgh, Scotland ; Hon. Member Moira and Bellville Lodges. 

Sisson, Emond J. P. S. W., Moira, 11 ; Scribe, N., Moira chap., 7 ; Dist. G. 
Sect., Prince Ed. Dist. 

Wallbridge, Robt., Grocer. Treas., Bellville, 124. 

Warren, Thomas, Proprietor Defoe House. Bellville, 124. 

Watkins, Joseph J., Freight Clerk of G. T. E. W. Moira, 11. 

Wheadon, Seth, Woolen Manufacturer. Moira, 11. 

Wilkins, Charles, Merchant, Madock P. 0. Moira, 11. 

Wonnacott, John, Clerk, Brown's Foundry. S. W., Bellville, 124 ; Moira 
chap., 7. 

BERLIN, County of "Waterloo. 

Davidson, Wm., County Clerk, Postmaster, Notary Public, etc. Steward, 
Wilson, 86 ; King Solomon's chap., 8. 

BOWMANVILLE, United Counties of Northumberland and Durham. 

Consaul, P. W., Grocer. Secretary, Jerusalem, 31. 

Dixon, Anthony, Collector of Customs. Jerusalem, 31 ; St. Andrew's chap., 4 
'Fairburn, J. B., Agent Montreal Telegraph Co. and Postmaster. S. W, 
Jerusalem, 31. 

Hopkins, C. A., Station Master G. T. E. W. Jerusalem, 31. 

Lowe, Geo. H, M.D. and Surgeon. P. M., Jerusalem, 31. 

Manning, Eobt. S., Cabinet Manufacturer. P. M., Jerusalem, 31. 

Maynard, Joseph, Livery Stable, Grocery, and Saloon. Jerusalem, 31. 

Milne, John, Grocer and Spirit Merchant. P. M., Jerusalem, 31. 

Porter, M., British Saddlery and Harness Warehouse. J. D., Jerusalem, 31. 

Shaw, Thomas, Proprietor Alma Hotel. Jerusalem, 31. 

Stott, John, Wagon and Carriage Manufacturer. P. S. W. and S. D., Jeru- 
salem, 31. 

BRAN TFOHD, County of Brant. 

Bussell, Thomas William, Accountant and Auditor B. and L. H. E. W. Sec- 
retary, Doric, 121. 

Curtis, David, Collector of Customs. M. W., Brant, 45; St. Andrew's 
chap., 4. 

Doric Lodge, 121, was chartered July 12th, a.l. 5860. Regular meetings, 
Friday on or before full moon. 



CANADA. 83 

Downs, Edward, Painter. S. D., Doric, 121 ; Royal Arch Mason, Erie com., 
Buffalo, New York. 

Goodson, J. G., Conveyancer, Commissioner, etc. Doric, 121. 

Lautevbach, Geo., Germania Coffee Rooms and Restaurant. S. D., Brant, 45. 

Lemmon, Henry, Editor and Proprietor Brantford Courier. Inner Guard, 
Doric, 121. 

Lockhart, James, Gentleman. Blenheim, 108. 

Nimmo, Charles B., Deputy Sheriff. Secretary, Brant, 45. 

Poe, Wm., Produce Merchant. P. M., St. George's, 9. 

Pruyn, M. W., Merchant. W. M, Doric, 121. 

Stauss, Albert, Clothing Merchant. J. D., Doric, 121. 

Walsh, Fred., Proprietor Railway House. Steward, Brant, 45. 

Whiton, Thomas J., Station Master, B. and L. H. R. W. Brant, 45. 

Wilson, Grasme Mercer, Attorney and Solicitor. Brant, 45. 

Yardington, James, Veterinary Surgeon. Treasurer, Doric, 121. 

BROCKVILLII, United Counties of Leeds and Granville. 

Brown, A. S. Contractor. Sussex, 5. 

Buell, J. D., Barrister at Law, Notary Public, etc. S. W., Sussex, 5. 

Camm, Thomas. Merchant Tailor. W. M., Sussex, 5 ; G. S. of G. L., Canada. 

Fitz Simmons, Wm. May, Architect and Builder. P. S. D., Sussex, 5. 

Griffin, G. R., Merchant. Sussex, 5. 

Holmes, F. M., Manager Bank of Montreal. P. M., Sussex, 5 ; Ogdens- 
burg chap., 63, New York. , 

Lawder, James M., Merchant. P. J. W., Sussex, 5. 

Lawless, Edward, Grocer, Wine, and Spirit Merchant. Sussex, 5. 

Leggo, John, Dentist, Main Street. Sussex, 5. 

Lewis, Wm. C, Livery and Stage Proprietor. Inner Guard, Sussex, 5. 

McElhinny, John, Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds Cabinet Furniture. 
Treasurer, Sussex, 5. 

Phillips, H. C, Proprietor St. Lawrance Hall, Railway Street. Sussex, 5. 

Ross, Samuel, Dealer in Dry Goods, etc. P. M., Sussex, 5 ; Sect., Sussex, 5 ; 
P. J. G. W. of Grand Lodge Canada. 

Senkler, Jr., E. J., Barrister at Law. Sussex, 5. 

BKIGHTOW, United Counties of Northumberland and Durham. 
Bettes, Alex., Flour Manufacturer. P. S. and J. W., United, 29. 
Bettes, Harrison C, Gentleman. P. Treas. and J. D., United, 29. 
Bullock, 0. B., Dry Goods, Groceries, Liquors, etc. Inner Guard, United, 29. 
Eyre, John, Attorney,' Solicitor, aud Notary Public, etc. W. M., United, 29. 
Fife, Amos Edward, Physician and Surgeon. S. W., United, 29; Moira 
chap., 7. 

Gross, Samuel P., Merchant. S. D., United, 29. 

Simpson, Wm., Deputy Clerk, Division Court. Treasurer, United, 29. 

Wellington, Isaac M., Baker, Confectioner, and Grocer. P. M., United, 29. 



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CALEDONIA, County of Haldimand. 

Ohoate, B., Agriculturalist. P. M., St. Andrew's, 62. 

Choate, Zacheas B., Agriculturalist. P. M., St. Andrew's, 62. 

Gallagher, Daniel, Carpenter and Joiner. St. Andrew's, 62. 

Holden, J. B., Proprietor of Seneca Flouring Mills and Lumber Merchant. 
W. M., St. Andrew's, 62. 

Holden, "William Whiting, Agriculturalist. Treasurer, St. Andrew's, 62. 

Jackson, "William, Agriculturalist. St. Andrew's, 62. 

McPherson, "William, Surgeon. P. M., St. Andrew's, 62 ; St. John's, 35. 

Palmer, John, Agriculturalist and Hotel Keeper. P. and Present S. W., St. 
Andrew's, 62. 

Pole, B. G., Merchant. Secretary, St. Andrew's, 62. 

CANESTOGA, County of "Waterloo. 
Perrine, Mr., Flax Dresser. Alma, 72 ; King Solomon's chap., 8. 

CHATHAM, County of Kent. 

Askin, Charles J. S., Physician and Surgeon. "W. M., "Wellington, 46 ; St. 
John's chap., 6. 

Atkinson, Charles B., Barrister at Law, etc. "Wellington, 46. 

Campbell, B. M., Confectioner. Pomeroy, 164, Ohio. 

Fish, "Wm. S., Lumber Broker. P. M., Sylvan, 303, N. T. ; "Western Sun 
chap., 67, N. Y. 

Glendinning, Thomas, Clerk, Division Court; Lieutenant at the battle of 
"Waterloo. P. S. W. and Treas., Wellington, 46. 

Larwill, Edwin, County Begister. "Wellington, 46. 

McCrea, Walter, Barrister at Law. P. M-, Wellington, 46 ; Boyal Arch 
Mason. 

McKeough, John, Hardware Merchant. J. "W., "Wellington, 46. 

McLean, A. D., Barrister, Clerk of the Peace, Crown and County Attorney. 
"Wellington, 46. 

Miller, Miles, Printer. P. Tyler, "Wellington, 46. 

Sissan, Charles Philip, Agent Bank of Upper Canada. Ionic, 25. 

Smith, J., Tanner, Saddle and Harness Manufacturer. Wellington, 46. 

Stodard, E., Lumber Dealer and Merchant, Blenheim P. 0., Kent County. 
"Wellington, 46. 

Stone, Thomas, Dry Goods, Groceries, and Clothing. Tyler, "Wellington, 46. 

Turnbull, Geo., Merchant Tailor. "Wellington, 46. 

Walden, Wm., Track Inspector G. W. B. B. St. George, 42. 

"Walker, David, Proprietor Boyal Exchange and Befreshment Booms at 
Depot. Great "Western, 47. 

Waters, Henry, Agriculturalist and Lumberman. Wellington, 46. 

"Wellington Lodge, 46, was chartered a.l. 5852. Begular meetings, Monday 
on or before full moon. 

CLIM'TOM', County of Huron. 
Brown, Geo., Justice of the Peace. Secretary, Clinton, 84. 
Christopher, James, Betired from business. Inner Guard, Clinton, 84. 



CANADA. 85 

Coleman, T. T., M.D. and Coroner, Harpurhay P. 0. Clinton, 84. 

Cutten, E. L., Distiller, Flour and Lumber Manufacturer. Alma, 72 ; M. B. 
Master. 

Doan, 0. S., Leather Manufacturer. Treasurer, Clinton, 84. 

Fulton, Geo., Hotel Proprietor. Clinton, 84. 

Furkert, G. W., Saddle and Harness Manufacturer. Clinton, 84. 

Jackson, Thomas, Merchant Tailor. S. W., Clinton, 84. 

Kerr, Eev. John Wilton, Licentiate of Church of England, Diocese of Huron. 
Initiated, a.l. 5851 ; St. John's, 20 ; Chaplain, Clinton, 84. 

King, A. R., Ornamental Painter. J. W., Clinton, 84. 

Ranee, Samuel H., Proprietor of Prince of "Wales Hotel. P. M., Clinton, 84. 

Head, R. H., Clerk Division Court, Insurance Agent, etc. W. M., Clinton, 84; 
Royal Arch Mason. 

Richards, Arthur M., Station Master P. and L. H. R. R. S. D., Clinton, 84. 

Spooner, Charles, Butcher and Dealer in Stock. J. D., Clinton, 84. 

Taylor, Arthur, Books, Stationery, etc. Massachusetts Lodge, Boston. 

Whitehead, Charles. M. C, Clinton, 84. 

COLBOBETE, United Counties of Northumberland and Durham. 

Alger, Wm., Agriculturalist. Colborne, 91. 
Scott, Joseph Stewart. P. M., Colborne, 91. 
Strong, J. S., Merchant. W. M., Colborne, 91. 

COBOTJBG, United Counties of Northumberland and Durham. 

Barron, Fred. William, Head Master Grammar School. W. M., St. John's, 
17 ; St. Andrew's chap., 4 ; P. G. S. W., Grand Lodge. 

Burnham, Asa A., County Treasurer and Gentleman Farmer. P. M., St. 
John's, 17. 

Burnside, J. T., Accountant in Bank Toronto. St. John's, 17 ; St. John's 
chap., 6. 

Floyd, Wm. H, Proprietor Cobourg Star. S. W., St. John's, 17. 

Fortune, J. B., Sheriff United Counties. J. W., St. John's, 17. 

Harvey, T. R., Dry Goods and Groceries. Treasurer, St. John's, 17. 

Reid, Geo., M.D. St. John's, 17. 

Van Ingen, A. J., Auctioneer. P. M., St. John's, 17. 

Whitelaw, John, Copper and Tin Smith, and Manager Cobourg Gas Works. 
S. D., St. John's, 17. 

COLLIETGWOOD. 

Reekie, Geo., Ship-builder. Manito, 90. 

DELAWABE, County of Middlesex. 

Dutton, John, Merchant. W. M., St. John's, 8 ; ,W. M., Mount Bridges, 102 ; 
Kilwinning chap. ; P. G. S. of Grand Lodge. 

Harris, Charles S., Proprietor of Western Hotel. Treasurer, St. John's, 81. 

Ladd, Calvin Jewett, Merchant. S. W., St. John's, 81. 

Livingston, W., Justice of the Peace, Notary Public and Land Agent. P. J. 
and S. W., St. John's, 81. 



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DUHDAS, County of Wentworth. 

Crow, J. J., Book-keeper. J. D., Valley, 100. 

Irving, William, Mercantile Clerk. Tyler, Valley, 100. 

Latschaw, Isaac, Cabinet-maker. Valley, 100. 

MeMahan, James, Physician and Surgeon. J. W., Valley, 100. 

Prosper, Benjamin, Professor of Languages. Valley, 100. 

Quackenbush, James P., Merchant Tailor. Secretary, Valley, 100. 

Smith, James P., Hardware Clerk. P. S. D., Valley, 100. 

Sommerville, James, Proprietor of True Banner. Valley, 100. 

Tunis, John, Agriculturalist, Greensville P. 0. Valley, 100. 

DUN TTVILLE, County of Haldimand. 

Barker, Edgar, Barrister at Law. Amity, 32. 

Braund, William, Stoves, Tinware, etc. S. W., Wellington, 52. 

Brown, Walter S., Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. P. and Present W. M., Wel- 
lington, 52. 

Brownson, A., Founder and Hardware Merchant. P. M., Amity, 32. 

Cormick, Samuel, Boot and Shoe Dealer. P. M., Wellington, 52. 

Hayward, Charles, Firm of Hayward & Schuyler, Commission Merchants, 
Buffalo and Dunnville. Wellington, 52. 

Johnson, J. T., Grocer. J. W., Amity, 32. 

McCrae, W. A., Collector of Customs. P. S. W., Wellington, 52. 

McSwain, Captain Daniel, Tug Boating, Flour and Feed Dealer. P. M., 
Wellington, 52. 

Murdy, Robt., Dunnville Toll Gate and Saloon Keeper. Treasurer, Amity, 32. 

Mylne, John, Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. Chaplain, Wellington, 52. 

Parry, John, Wagon and Carriage Manufacturer and Justice of the Peace. 
P. M., Amity, 32. 

Penny, Henry, Boots, Shoes, and Commission Merchant. P. J. W. and 
Treasurer, Wellington, 52. 

Price, David, Proprietor of Farmers' Hotel. S. W., Amity, 32. 

EXETEK, County of Huron. 

Carling, Isaac, Tanner and Currier. Lebanon Forest Lodge, U. D. 

Diamond, William, Bailiff. W. M., Lebanon Forest Lodge, U. D. 

Doane, Hadley, Tanner and Currier. Lebanon Forest Lodge, U. D. 

Dunseith, Hugh, Merchant Tailor. J. W., Lebanon Forest Lodge, U. D., 
late K. T., 396, County of Tyrone, Ireland. 

Gidley, Thomas, Carpenter and' Joiner. Secretary, Lebanon Forest Lodge, 
U. D. 

Wilson, Hiram, Merchant. Treasurer, Lebanon Forest Lodge, U. D. 

FEAITKPOED, County of Hastings. 

Graham, George S., Agriculturalist. W. M., Franck Lodge, 127; P. 7. S., 
Moira chap., 7. 



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G-ALT, County of Waterloo. 

Andrews, Gordon, Boot and Shoe Dealer. J. D., Alma, 72. 

Atwood, J. B., Barrel Manufacturer. Inner Quard, Alma, 72. 

Ball, Abram T. H., Barrister at Law and Notary Public. W. M., Alma, 72 ; 
St. John's chap., 6 ; Richard Cceu? De Lion com. 

Bish, Philip, Mercantile Salesman. Alma, 72. 

Davidson, John, Postmaster and Banker. P. M., Alma, 72. 

Durand, Charles Alfred, Barrister and Notary Public. Alma, 72. 

Fisher, T. S., Merchant. Secretary, Alma, 72 ; Hiram chap., 2. 

Jaffray, James, Bookbinder and Printer. Initiated September 4th, a.l. 5824, 
in Stirling, 30, Scotland ; P. S. W., St. David's, 554, England ; now a member 
of Alma, 72. 

Lutz, Morris C, Iron Founder and Machinist. Alma, 72. 

Nelles, R. F., Revenue Inspector. S. W., Alma, 72. 

Peck, Thomas, Maltster. P. M., Prince Edwin's, 75, Suffolk, England ; now 
a member of Alma, 72. 

Robinson, William, Mayor, Grocer, Miller and Woolen Manufacturer. Alma, 
72. 

GLBNCOB, County of Middlesex. 

McCrae, Duncan, Postmaster and Merchant. Albion, 80. 

GODERICH, County of Huron. 

Adair, David, Merchant. W. M., Goderich Union, 720, E. R., Mark and 
P. M. Mason. 

Bush, A. F., Grocer. Medina, 336, N. Y. 

Cameron, M. C, Barrister and Mayor of Goderich. S. W., Maitland, 112. 

Davis, George N., Stoves, Tinware, etc. Inner Guard, Maitland, 112. 

Donogh, Andrew, Innkeeper. Treasurer, Goderich Union, 720, E. R. 

Donogh, Robert, Innkeeper. Goderich Union, 720, E. R. 

Goderich Union Lodge, No. 720, E. R., was chartered a.d. 1843, a.l. 5843. 
Regular meetings, Thursday on or before full moon. 

Lewis, Ira, Barrister and Crown Attorney. Steward, Maitland, 112. 

McLeod, John, retired from business. Tyler, Goderich Union, 720, E. R. 
' Owen, Edwin Robert, Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Liquor Dealer. 
Steward, Maitland, 112. 

Rumball, George, Forwarding and Commission Merchant and Steamboat Pro- 
prietor. Maitland, 112. 

Sinclair, James S., Solicitor, Attorney, etc. Secretary, Maitland, 112. 

Story, William, Foundery and Hardware. W. M., Maitland, 112." 

Trainer, Bernard, High Bailiff and Market Clerk. S. D., Maitland, 112. 

Treleaven, William C, Marble Dealer. S. W., Goderich Union, 720, E. R. 

Trueman, George M., Auctioneer, Commission Merchant, etc. P. M., Mait- 
land, 112. 

Walsh, Samuel S., Collector of Customs. Treasurer, Maitland, 112. 



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GTJELFH, County of Wellington. 

Beaty, Thomas K., Jeweler and Watchmaker. Wellington, 33. and Eeho- 
boam, 65. 

Cross, James, Mercantile Clerk. J. W. Wellington, 33. 

Hayward, William, Druggist and Apothecary. W. M., Wellington, 33. 

Hutchinson, C. P. P., American Express Agent, Justice of Peace, Notary 
Public, etc. Treasurer, Wellington, 33. 

Jones, Eobert, Proprietor of American Hotel. Wellington, 33. 

Mills, William Henry, Iron Foundry. Secretary, Wellington, 33. 

Walker, James Eobert, Clerk of American Hotel. Wellington; 33. 

HAMILTON, County of Wentworth. 

Ayers, Samuel P., Lost Baggage and Freight Agent, G. W. E. W. P. M., 
St. John's, 20 ; St. John's chap., 3. 

Barker, John, Pattern-designer. Barton, 6. 

Barker, Wright, Employee, G. W. E. W. Barton, 6. 

Bauer, Henry, Brewer and Saloon Keeper. Steward, Strict Observance, 27 ; 
Hiram chap., 2. 

Beazely, Thomas, City Clerk. Auditor, Barton, 6 ; G. M. 1st Veil, Hiram 
chap, 2. 

Brownlee, David, Machinist, G. W. E. W. St. John's, 40. 

Bruce, Francis C, Dealer in Garden and Field Seeds. Strict Observance, 27. 

Cozens, Geo. H., Merchant Tailor. St. John's, 40. 

Dingwett, James, Chemist and Druggist. St. John's, 40 ; St. John's chap., 3. 

Downie, David, Bailiff Division Court. St. Clair, 135. 

Duggan, Thomas, Physician and Surgeon. P. M., Acacia, 61 ; P. 1st Prin. 
Z., Hiram chap., 2 ; P. G. 2d Prin. H. G. C. Grand Supt. Grand chap. Hamilton 
District. 

Durdan, William, Locomotive Engineer. Inner G., St. John's, 40; St. 
John's chap., 6. 

Eastwood, John, Books and Stationery. Secretary, Barton, 6 ; G. M. 3d 
Veil, Hiram, 2. 

Ferguson, Peter, Gentleman. Steward, Strict Observance, 27. 

Forsyth, George, Asst. Supt., G. W. B. W. Barton, 6. 

Gittius, James H., Salesman. Barton, 6 ; Hiram chap., 2. 

Hall, Jr., John, G. W. E. W. Strict Observance, 27. 

Harris, Thomas B., Grand Secretary of Grand Lodge from its organization, 
a.l. 5855; Grand Scribe E., Grand chap., from its organization, a.l. 5857; 
P. M., St. John's Lodge, 40; Past 1st Prin. Z. of St. John's chap., 6; Past 
Eminent Commander and 1st Capt., Godfrey De Bouillon encpt , E. E. 

Henderson, David, Proprietor Station Hotel. St. Mary's, 117, Scotland. 

Henderson, John S., Book-keeper and Cashier. Secretary, Strict Observance, 
27 ; Scribe N., Hiram chap., 2. 

Irwin, William, Grocer. W. M., Barton, 6 ; Scribe N., St. John's chap., 6. 

James, George, Merchant. J. W., Strict Observance, 27. 

Jeffrey, William, Mechanical Department, G. W. E. W. Made in Union, 7. 

Jones, John B., Foreman Machine shop, G. W. E. W. Barton, 6. 



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Knox, George, Engineer. Barton, 6. 

Liley, John T., Locomotive Engineer and Machinist, G. W. E. W. J. D., 
Barton, 6 ; Pursuivant, Hiram chap., 2. 

Magill, Charles, Dry Goods and Groceries. P. M., Barton, 6 ; P. 1st Prin. 
Z., Hiram chap., 2 ; Genesee com., 10, Lockport, New York ; P. S. G. W., 
Grand Lodge ; Dist. Dep. G. M., G. L. Hamilton District. 

McOraken, Thomas, Clerk in Government Bank. W. M., St. John's, 40 ; 
Scribe E., St. John's chap., 6 ; Assistant Grand Secretary, Grand Lodge. 

Mclntyre, J. G, Foreman Boiler-maker, G. W. B. W. J. D., St. John's, 40. 

McLanglan, Alex., Fireman, G. W. E. W. St. John's, 40. 

Michael, William, Upholsterer, G. W. E. W. St. John's, 40. 

Murton, John W., General Agent and Commission Merchant, corner of King 
and Hudson streets. Secretary, St. John's, 40; P. S., St. John's chap., 6. 

Pringle, William Watson, Mercantile Salesman. J. D., Strict Observance, 
27 ; Scribe E., Hiram chap., 2. 

Eichmond, James, Clerk, G. W. E. W. Steward, Barton, 6. 

Eobinson, John, Engineer, G. W. E. W. St. Mark's, 105. 

Scoales, Howard E., Purser of the Steamer " Kingston." Organist, Barton, 6. 

Shaler, M. F., Grocer. S. W., Barton, 6 ; St. John's chap., G ; Buffalo chap., 
71, N. Y. ; Lake Erie com., 20, N. Y. ; Charter Member Godfrey De Bouillon 
com. 

Smith, Charles W., Boiler-maker, G. W. R. W. St. John's, 40; Hiram 
chap., 2. 

Smith, Charles W., Physician and Surgeon. St. John's, 40 ; Hiram chap., 2. 

Waddell, Johnston, Mercantile Salesman. J. W., Barton, 6 ; P. S., Hiram 
chap., 2. 

Walker, John, Blacksmith, G. W. E. W. and Caledonian Railway. St. 
John's, 40 ; and Lodge 354. 

HYDE PAKE, County of East Middlesex. 
Hanson, Henry, Physician and Surgeon. S. W., Beaver, 83. 

INGEKSOLL, County of Oxford. 

Allen, George W., Machinist. W. M., King Hiram, 37. 
Allison, Wm. J., Butcher. Inner Guard, St. John's, 68. 
Bolton, Eichard, Lumber Manufacturer. King Hiram, 37. 
Bowers, Thomas, Surgeon and Physician. St. John's, 68. 
Brice, Geo. B., Blacksmith. Inner Guard, King Hiram, 37. 
Galliford, John, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. W. M., St. John's, 68 ; Most 
Excellent Master. 
Hearn, Henry, Proprietor Eoyal Exchange Hotel. Secretary, St. John's, 68. 
McCaughey, James M., Barrister at Law, Notary Public, etc. Maple Leaf, 103. 
Ollerenshaw, Mark, Merchant. King Hiram, 37. 
Springer, W., Homoeopathic Physician. St. John's, 68. 
Taylor, Henry, Notary. Public and Conveyancer. J. W., King Hiram, 37. 
Vine, James, Commissioner B. E., Conveyancer, etc. P. M., King Hiram, 37. 
Woodcock, Rolf Alex., Merchant. S. W., St. John's, 68 ; Hiram chap., 2. 



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KINGSTON, County of Frontenac. 

Bartlett, Francis, Builder. St. John's, 3 ; Ancient Frontenac chap., 1. 

Benedict, R. 0., Proprietor Herald and Advertiser, corner King and Brock 
Streets. Cataraqui, 92. 

Blondheim, S. H., Blondheim Saloon, 110 Brock Street. P. J. W., Cataraqui, 
92 ; P. S., Cataraqui chap., 12 ; G. Pursuivant, Grand Lodge of Canada. 

Burge, William, School Teacher in Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment. St. 
John's, '3. 

Deans, John G., Druggist, King Street. Cataraqui, 92. 

Dumble, Henry, Confectioner and Pastry Dealer, corner Brock and Welling- 
ton Streets. S. W. Cataraqui, 92 ; 3d Prin. J., Cataraqui chap., 12. 

Fowler, S. D., First Clerk Her Majesty's Customs. P. M. and S. W., St. 
John's, 3 ; P. 1st Prin. Z., Ancient Frontenac chap., 1 ; Past B. C. and Regis- 
trar, Hugh De Payen's encpt. ; P. S. G. Warden, P. G. 2d Prin. H. Grand 
chap. ; Provincial G. Registrar, Grand encpt. 

Froiland, J. D., Gold and Silver Smith. Steward, Cataraqui, 92. 

Henderson, James Alex., Barrister at Law. Past and Present W. M., St. 
John's, 13 ; Past 1st Prin. Z., Ancient Frontenac chap., 1 ; P. E. C, Hugh De 
Payen's encpt. ; P. G. S. W., Grand Lodge ; G. T., Grand chap. ; Past Deputy 
Grand Commander of Provincial Grand Conclave ; Past Sub. Prior of Supreme 
Grand Conclave, England and Wales ; and Rep. of said body to General Grand 
Encampment of U. S. 

La Serre, George Fred., Wholesale and Retail Chemist and Druggist, 76 King 
Street. P. M., Royal Somerset House and Inverness, 4, England; Treasurer, 
St. John's, 13 ; P. 1st Prin. Z. and P. S., Ancient Frontenac chap., 1 ; Eminent 
C, Hugh De Payen's encpt. ; P. G. Steward, Grand Lodge, England ; Dist. 
Deputy G. M., Central District Canada ; G. Steward, Grand chap. ; Second 
Capt. and Treasurer, Provincial Grand Conclave. 

Macdonald, C. D., Accountant. S. D., Cataraqui, 92 ; Ancient Frontenac 
chap., 1. 

Noel, John V., Insurance Agent, Accountant, Notary Public, etc. W. M., 
Cataraqui, 92 ; Zerubbabel, 15, Ga. ; initiated, a.l. 5842, in Savannah, Ga., 
U.S. 

Pechell, Edward K. C, Ensign Royal Canadian Rifles. St. John's, 3 ; Ancient 
Frontenac chap., 1. 

Simpson, Wm. B., Collector of Her Majesty's Customs. P. M., Sussex, 5; 
P. 1st Prin. Z., Ancient Frontenac chap., 1 ; Expert in Hugh De Payen's 
encpt. ; Deputy Grand Master, Canada ; P. Supt. of Royal Arch Masonry, 
Central District; Provincial G. V. Chancellor and Register of Provincial 
Grand Conclave of Canada. 

Somerville, Wm., Mercantile Salesman. Secretary, Cataraqui, 92 ; Scribe B. 
Cataraqui chap., 12. 

Spankenberg, George, Gold and Silver Smith and Jeweller, 30 King Street. 
Cataraqui, 92. 

Spike, James, Agriculturalist and Dealer in Lumber, Land Agent, etc. Albion, 
109 ; and St. John's, 3. 

Stenson, Cornelius, Proprietor City Hotel, Princess Street. St. John's, 
Ancient Frontenac chap., 1. 



CANADA. 91 

St. John's Lodge, No. 3, meets first Thursday each month. 

Strong, Edward, Sculptor. St. John's, 3. 

Sutherland, John, Provincial Store Keeper. P. J. and S. W., St. John's, 3 ; 
Dist. Deputy Grand Secretary, Central District, Canada. 

"Will, John, Orderly Room Clerk, Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment. St. 
John's, 3. 

KOMOKA, County of "West Middlesex. 

Betts, "William, Proprietor Junction Hotel. Initiated in Pythagoras, 654, 
E. R. in Coveyra, Corfu, Greece, now a member of St. John's, 81. 
Drake, Samuel, Merchant and Insurance Agent. St. John's, 81. 
Elson, J. B., Teacher. St. John's, 81. 
Smith, Thomas, Bailiff and Parmer. St. John's, 81. 

LOM'DOM', County of Middlesex. 

Barnard, P. C, Auctioneer and General Commission Agent. P. J. W., St. 
George's, 42, now a member of Kilwinning, 64. 

Bastable, James, Machinist, G. W. R. W. Inner Guard, St. George's, 42. 

Beddome, P. B., Private Banker and General Agent. St. John's, 20. 

Bennett, James M., Proprietor Tecumseh House. P. M., St. John's, 209, 
I. R.; now member of St. George's, 42 ; P. 2d Prin. H., St. George's chap., 5. 

Bennett, Thomas, Machinist, G. W. R. "W. St. George's, 42. 

Bostwick, E. F., Clerk, Tecumseh House. St. George's, 42 ; St. George's 
chap , 5. 

Bulwer, Thomas, Book-keeper. Kilwinning, 64. 

Burdett, George, Locomotive Engineer, G. "W. R. "W. St. George's, 42. 

Chambers, "W. G., Grocer. P. M. and Secretary, Kilwinning, 64; P. 2d 
Prin. H., Kilwinning chap., 10 ; P. R., Cceur de Lion encpt. 

Chapman, A. T., Hardware Dealer. Kilwinning, 64; Kilwinning chap., 10. 

Davies, C. L., Civil Engineer, Architect, and Provincial Land Surveyor. Kil- 
winning, 64 ; C. L., Cceur de Lion encpt. . 

Drullard, Robert, Traveling Agent. St. John's, 20. 

Dugen, D., Locomotive Dept., G. "W. R. "W. Kilwinning, 64. 

Flock, James H, Barrister at Law. S. W., Kilwinning, 64 ; P. P. S., St. 
George's chap., 5. 

Foote, John, "Wholesale Tea Merchant. St. John's, 20. 

Glass, David, Ex-Mayor of London. Kilwinning, 64. 

Gordon, "William, Merchant. Treasurer, St. John's, 20 ; Treasurer, St. John's 
chap., 3. 

Hamilton, Alex., "Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods, Dundas Street. 
St. John's, 20. 

Harrison, John, Dry Goods Merchant. "W. M., Kilwinning, 64 ; P. P. S., 
St. George's chap., 5. 

Heathfield, Edwin, "Wholesale Druggist, 134 Dundas Street. "W. M., St. 
John's, 20 ; 1st Prin. Z., St. John's chap., 3 ; G. Registrar, Grand Lodge ; G. 
Scribe N. Grand chap. 

King, Lyman S., Dealer in Pianos, Melodeons, etc. St. George's, 42. 

Knight, Caleb, Locomotive Dept., G. W. R. W. St. George's, 42. 

Love, John, Locomotive Engineer, G. "W. R. "W. Kilwinning, 64. 

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Mackie, Thomas, Bank British North America. W. M., St. George's, 42 ; 
3d Prin. J., St. George's chap., 5 ; Grand Steward, Grand Lodge. 

Marshall, Wm., Locomotive Dept., G. W. R. \V. St. George's, 42. 

McCully, Daniel, Clerk. St. George's, 42. 

McDonald, Alex., Locomotive Engineer, G. W. B. W. St. George's, 42. 

Mclntyre, Alex., Boiler-maker, G. W. R. W. St. George's, 42. 

Morehouse, H. D., Telegraph Agent. P. M., St. George's, 42. 

Moule, Stephen A., Grocer, etc., Albion Buildings, Richmond Street. Kil- 
winning, 64. 

Muir, W., Merchant. P. M., Kilwinning, 64 ; H. P. Kilwinning chap., 10 ; 
B. Commander, Cceur de Lion encpt. 

Noble & Lewis, Painters and Paper Hangers. Members Kilwinning, 64. 

Oxnard, George A., Ticket Agent, G. T. R. W. J. D., St. John's, 20. 

Porteous, David, Locomotive Engineer, G. W. R. W. Kilwinning, 64. 

Price, John, Locomotive Fireman, G. W. R. W. Kilwinning, 64. 

Rich, C. G., Druggist. Kilwinning, 64; St. George's chap., 5. 

Robertson, James, Tailor. St. George's, 42. 

Robinson, Edward, Grocer. Kilwinning, 64. 

Sharman, John D., London Post-office. Secretary, St. John's, 20. 

Taylor, John, Undertaker. St. George's, 42 ; Assistant P. S., St. George's 
chap., 5. 

Waterman, H., Clothing Merchant, Commercial Block, Dnndas Street. St 
George's, 42. 

Weir, James, Druggist. Secretary, St. George's, 42. 

Whittaker, James, Freight Dept., G. W. R. W. Kilwinning, 64. 

Wilson, Captain Thomson, Late Barrack Master of London. P. M., Kilwin- 
ning, 64 ; 1st Prin. Z., St. George's chap., 5 ; P. E. C, Richard Cceur de Lion 
encpt. ; P. Dist. Deputy G. M., Canada ; P. G. 1st Prin. Z., Grand chap., 
Canada ; 1st Capt. Provincial Grand Encampment of England ; 1st Grand 
Standard Bearer, Grand Conclave of England. 

Wylie, J., Locomotive Dept., G. W. R. W. J. W., Kilwinning, 64. 

NEWBURY, County of Middlesex. 

Adair, Robert, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. J. W., Albion, 80. 

Bracken, John C, Architect and Builder. S. W., Albion, 80. 

Campbell, Cameron J., Butcher. W. M., Albion, 80. 

Deming, Prosper, Founder and Machinist. M. of Ceremonies, Albion, 80. 

Dobie, John, Proprietor Commercial Hotel. J. D., Albion, 80. 

Haight, S. A., Dry Goods, etc. P. Secretary, Albion, 80. 

Kier, A. R., Lumber Manufacturer. P. M., Eagle Chain, Scotland, now 
member of Albion, 80. 

McNichol, David, Engineer. Albion, 80. 

Purdy, Thomas F., Veneer Manufacturer. Albion, 80. 

Smith, Geo. J., Merchant and Commissioner in Queen's Bench. Treasurer, 
Albion, 80. 

Story, Thomas, Saloon Keeper. Tyler, Albion, 80. 

Thompson, Robt., Proprietor Union Hotel. P. S. W. and S. D., Albion, 80. 

Wilson, Andrew, Township Clerk. Secretary, Albion, 80. 

Wright, A. A., Merchant. P. M., Albion, 80. 



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NEWCASTLE, United Counties of Northumberland, and Durham. 

Bigelow, Levi, retired from business. Initiated in St. John's Lodge, 16, E. R., 
Toronto, a.l. 5814; P. M., Jerusalem, 31, and Durham, 66; Exalted in St. 
John's chap., 16, Toronto, a.l. 5815 ; P. P. S., King and Scribe ; Knight of 
Red Cross ; P. G. Pursuivant, Provincial Grand Lodge of Canada. 

Brock, Joseph, Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. S. D., Durham, 66. 

Brodie, Jr., Thomas, Proprietor Brodie House. Jerusalem, 31. 

Parncomb, Fred., Collector, Her Majesty's Customs. S. W., Durham, 66. 

Mcintosh, Wm., Gentleman. P. S. D., Durham, 66; St. John's chap., 75, 
Scotch Register. 

Shaw, Richard J., Nurseryman. Durham, 66. 

"Wilkinson, Richard T., Barrister and Attorney at Law. Durham, 66. 

Wilmot, Samuel, Clerk Division Court and General Provision Dealer. W. M., 
Durham, 66. 

PARIS, County of Brant. 

Bullock. Joseph, Mercantile Salesman. J. W., St. John's, 82. 

Capron, Hiram, Agriculturalist. Initiated Manchester, N. H., a.l. 5818 ; 
P. M., St. John's, 82 ; Ontario Temple chap., N. Y. 

Capron, Horace, Agriculturalist. Treasurer, St. John's, 82. 

Chase, Jacob, Proprietor International Hotel, at Depot. P.M., St. John's, 82 ; 
St. John's chap., 3. 

Dickson, David R., Notary Public, Insurance and General Agent. Sect'y, 
St. John's, 82. 

Gleason, Lyman, Hotel-keeper. St. John's 82 ; Western Star chap., N. Y. 

Hosker, Edward, Station Master of B. and L. H. R. W. St. John's, 82. 

Logan, Patrick, Lumber Merchant and Produce Dealer. S. W , St. John's, 82. 

Nisbet, Robert, Books and Stationery. Initiated St. Paul's, 124, Auburn, 
N. Y., a.l. 5840 ; R. A. M., Salem town com., 16, N. Y. 

Wallace, Wm., Station Master of G. W. R. W. St. John's, 82. 

POET HOPE, County of Durham. 

Chisholm, Harvey F., Physician and Surgeon. P. Secretary, Hope, 114. 

Church, W. Y., Proprietor Hasting House. P. M., Prince Edward's, 18. 

Crossen, Thomas, Tailor. P. J. and S. W., Ontario, 26 ; made R. A. M. 
in Comber, Down Co., Ireland. 

Fogerty, Richard, Painter, John St. J. W., Hope, 114. 

Gould, Frank E., Freight Agent of P. H. L. and B. R. W. Sect'y, Hope, 
114 ; Dist. Deputy G. Secretary, Ontario Dist. 

Gray, Joseph, Accountant. Hope, 114. 

Hall, Joseph B., Gentleman Farmer. P. M., Trent, 38 ; W. M., Ontario, 26 ; 
Ancient Frontenac chap., 1 ; Dist. Deputy G. M., Ontario district. 

Hastings, Thomas Warren, Restaurant. P. M., Ontario, 26 ; initiated, a.l. 
5830, Northumberland, England. 

McCaa, James, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. J. W., Ontario, 26. Made 
R. A. Mason, Comber, Down Co., Ireland. 

McLeod, Duncan, Insurance Agent. P. M., Ontario, 26. 

Mulligan, John, Hardware Merchant. Treasurer, Hope, 114. 



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Ridout, Thomas, Civil Engineer. W. M., Hope, 114 ; St. Andrew's chap., 4; 
Geoffrey de St. Aldemar encpt. 
Taylor, H. G., Master Mechanic of B. H. L. and B. R. R. Hope, 114. 

POKT STANLEY, County of Elgin. 

Batt, John, Merchant. J. W., St. Mart's, 94. 
Burgess, Wm. B., Mercantile Clerk. S. D., St. Mark's, 94. 
Child, Mathew, Collector of Customs. P. Sect'y, St. Mark's, 94. 
Porknall, B. G., Port Bruce, P. 0., Forwarding and Commission Merchant 
P. S. W., St. Mark's, 94. 

Given, "Wm., Blacksmith. S. W., St. Mark's, 94. 
Hemphill, John, Surveyor of Customs. Tyler, St. Marks, 94. 
Shepard, Samuel, Commission Merchant. W. M., St. Mark's, 94. 
Yerington, H. M., Commission Merchant. St. Mark's, 94. 

PEESCOTT, United Counties of Leeds and Granville. 

Akin, W. S., Merchant and Postmaster, and Merchant in Edwardsburgh. 
Central, 110. 

Brouse, Wm. H., A. M. Physician and Surgeon. J. W., Central, 110. 

Crichton, John, Brewer. Central, 110. 

Ellis, Win., Brewer and Contractor of Public Works. Central, 110 ; Carleton 
chap., 16. 

Fox, George B., Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Liqnors, etc. Central, 110. 

Geralds, Wm., Custom House. P: S. W., Central, 110. 

Hawley, J. S., U. S. Consular Agent, Forwarding Commission Agent, etc. 
Central, 110. 

Hynes, C. J., Editor and Proprietor Messenger. Steward, Central, 110. 

Lyon, Robert, Barrister at Law. J. W., Corinthian, 59 ; Chaplain, Cen- 
tral, 110. 

Mallory, N B., Carriage and Ornamental Painter. Central, 110; Ogdens- 
burgh chap., 63. 

Northrup, Manuel, Proprietor Commercial Hotel. P. M., Central, 110 ; 2d 
Prin. H., Carleton chap., 16. 

Ormiston, Wm., Custom House, Lieutenant and Adjutant of Prescott Rifles. 
Director of Ceremonies, Central, 110. 

Plumb. Charles, Captain and Steamboat Owner. Central, 110 ; Ogdensbnrgl 
chap., 63, N. Y. 

Purkis, Isaac D., Forwarding and Commission Merchant, Insurance Agent, 
Flour Dealer, etc. S. D., Central, 110 ; Carleton chap., 16. 

Smith, Wm. H., Bookseller and Stationer. Central, 110. 

Twomley, George, Surveyor of Customs. P. S. W., St. Mark's, 105 ; Cen- 
tral, 110 ; Carleton chap., 16. 

Wiser, J. P., Distiller. S. D., Central, 110 ; Carleton chap , 16. 

SAHUTA, County of Lampton. 

Black, Hugh, Mercantile Salesman. Secretary, Victoria, 56 ; P. S., Wa- 
wanosh chap., 15 ; Knight of Red Cross. 

Clark, William B., Merchant and Forwarder. Victoria, 56. 



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Fisher, Alfred, Justice of Peace and Postmaster. Victoria, 56. 

Forsyth, Thomas, Clerk of Division Court and Commissioner of Queen's 
Bench. P. M., Victoria, 56. 

Fowler, S. P., Butcher. Victoria, 56. 

Glass, George, Locomotive Fireman. Kilwinning, 64 ; Wawanosh chap., 15. 

Grout, H. M., Civil Engineer. Victoria, 56. 

Jamison, "William M., Paymaster of G. T. R. W. St. Andrew's, 16 ; St. 
Andrew's chap., 4 ; Geoffrey de St. Aldemar encpt. 

Johnson, Thomas W., M.D. Victoria, 56. 

Mackenzie, J. & C, Hardware Dealers. Victoria, 56. 

McAvoy, John, Proprietor of Western Hotel. Victoria, 56. 

O'Brien, Dennis Cornelius, Collector of Her Majesty's Customs. Niagara, 2 ; 
Scribe, Wawanosh chap., 15. 

Scott, Alexander, Crown Land Agent, County Clerk, and Auctioneer of Real 
Estate. P. S. W., Victoria, 56. 

Turnbull, John, Builder. S. W., Victoria, 56. 

SIMCOE, County of Norfolk. 

Carnochan, Peter, Merchant. Secretary and Treasurer, Simcoe, 63. 

Graham, David, Merchant. Inner Guard, Norfolk, 10. 

Groff, Henry, County Treasurer, Assistant in Government Bank, and Insur- 
ance Agent. W. M., Norfolk, 10 ; Grand Treasurer Grand Lodge Canada. 

Logan, John, Grocer. J. D., Norfolk, 10. 

Lyon, R. C, Mercantile Clerk. J. W., Simcoe, 63. 

Matheson, Charles, Attorney at Law, etc. W. M., Simcoe, 63 ; Grand 
Steward Grand Lodge. 

Ozbourn, William B., Governor of Jail. S. W., Norfolk, 10. 

Salmon, James M., Physician and Surgeon. Wilson, 113. 

Tisdale, David, Barrister and Solicitor. S. W., Wilson, 113. 

Weatherby, John, Merchant Tailor. Tyler, Norfolk, 10. 

Williamson, John, Restaurant. J. W., Norfolk, 10. 

Wilson, Col. William Mercer, Barrister and Crown Attorney. P. M., Nor- 
folk, 10 ; Past 1st Prin. Z. of Hiram chap., 2 ; E. Commander of Godfrey de 
Bouillon encpt. ; Grand Master of Grand Lodge of Canada, from a.l. 5855 to 
a.l. 5860, inclusive, this being the date of the organization of the Grand Lodge 
of Canada ; 1st Grand Prin. Z. of Grand chap., R. A. Masons in Canada ; 
member Grand encpt., England and Wales. 

Wilson, John McFarland, Merchant. P. Secretary, Norfolk,' 10. 

SPARTA, County of Elgin. 
Eakin, John, Merchant. St. Thomas, 44. 

ST. CATHARINE'S, County of Lincoln. 

Cairns, James, Tannery and Leather Store. St. George's, 15. 
Camp, Charles P., Town Cierk and Treasurer. S. W., St. George's, 15 ; St. 
John's chap., 6. 
Dale, John, Dealer in Boots and Shoes. J. D., Maple Leaf, 103. 



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Dolson, Samuel G., Master Builder. P. M., St. George's, 15. 

Giles, H. M., Chemist and Druggist. Maple Leaf, 103. 

Goodman, Edwin, Physician and Surgeon. S. W., Maple Leaf, 103 j St. 
John's chap., 6. 

Henderson, Andrew, Grocer and Wine Merchant. Treasurer and P. J. and 
S. W., St. George's, 15. 

Macdonald, Rolland, Barrister at Law. Maple Leaf, 103. 

Mack, Theophilus, Physician and Surgeon. W. M., St. George's, 15 ; Buf- 
falo chap., 71, N. Y. ; Lake Brie com., 20, N. Y. 

McGhie, William, Broker, Ins. and Land Agent. P. M., Maple Leaf, 103. 

Mills, James, Druggist. St. George's, 15. 

Norton, Charles P., Proprietor of Welland House. St. John's, 40. 

Seymore, James, Proprietor Constitutional. W. M., Maple Leaf, 103 ; St. 
John's chap., 6. 

ST. MAET'S, County of Perth. 

Belch, Alexander J., Proprietor of Argus. J. D., St. James, 73. 

Ellwood, John, Pounder and Dealer in Hardware. St. James, 73. 

Ford, A. E., M.D., Graduate of Victoria College. St. James, 73. 

German, R. D., Merchant. Secretary, St. James, 73. 

Hatton, W. J., Flour Manufacturer. S. D., St. James, 73. 

Huckett, J. O., Bridge Inspector of G. T. R. W. St. James, 73. 

Lee, R., Railroad Conductor. King Solomon's, 22. 

Long, Edward, Merchant and Manufacturer of Pots, Pearls and Salaratus. 
St. James, 73. 

McFadden, James, Attorney, Solicitor, Notary Public, Commissioner, etc. 
J. W., St. James, 73 ; St. John's chap. 

Mclntyre, L. A., Books, Stationer, and Insurance Agent. W. M., St. James, 
73. 

Wickham, Charles, Founder and Hardware Dealer. St. James, 73. 

Winfleld, William W., Locomotive Fireman of G. T. R. W. King Solo- 
mon's, 22 ; King Solomon's chap., 8. 

STKATH EOT, County of "West Middlesex. 

Armstrong, Wm. H, Merchant. Secretary, Beaver, 83. 
Bettridge, Wm., M.D. S. W., Beaver, 83. 

Black, John, Cabinet Manufacturer and Lumber Merchant. Inner Guard, 
Beaver, 83. 
Blain, Joseph H., Druggist. W. M., Beaver, 83. 
Bullock, Francis, Proprietor Dell's Hotel. 
Frank, John, Gentleman Farmer. J. W., Beaver, 83. 
Fraser, Hugh, Dry Goods, Groceries, and Ashery. J. D., Beaver, 83. 
Hickson, Richard, Merchant. Beaver, 83. 

Jeffery, David, Forwarding and Commission Merchant. St. Thomas, 44. 
Koyl, Geo. B., Merchant. Secretary, Beaver, 83. 

Manning, John, Wagon, Carriage, and Edge Tool Manufacturer. Beaver, 83. 
Rapley, Wm., Merchant. Treasurer and P. J. W., Beaver, 83. 
Richardson, Thomas, Mercantile Clerk. Steward, Beaver, 83. 



CANADA. 9T 

Robertson, Donald, Proprietor Dell's Hotel. Beaver, 83. 
Smith, E. H., Grocer, Wine and Spirit Merchant. Director of Ceremonies, 
Beaver, 83. 
Wilcox, Abel, Bailiff, Constable, Blacksmith, Stock Dealer, etc. Beaver, 83. 
Wilson, W. P., Merchant and Parmer. St. John's, 20. 

STRATFORD, County of Perth. 

Carrall, J. A., Barrister at Law. St. James, 73. 

Corey, T. P., Proprietor of Albion Hotel. St. Andrew's, 63. 

Ebbs, Worsley, Teller in Bank of Upper Canada. P. Secretary, Wellington, 
33 ; now member of St. James, 73. 

Henry, P. B., M.D. St. George's, 15. 

Lee, R. H., Merchant. Initiated a.l. 5818 ; P. M., Wellington, 33. 

Nopper, John, Founder and Machinist. Sweet Home, 132. 

Robarts, S. L., Proprietor of Stratford Examiner. P. Secretary, Welling- 
ton, 33. 

Ryerson, Edgerton, Barrister and Attorney. P. M., Wellington, 33. 

Sewell, Henry, Architect and Builder. Amity, 32. 

Shaver, Peter Ralf, M.D. P. S. D, Wellington, 33. 

Watson, Peter, Dry Goods, Groceries and Produce Dealer. Strict Observ- 
ance, 27. / 

ST. THOMAS, County of Elgin. 

Caldwell, Henry, Merchant. W. M., St. Thomas, 44; R. A. Mason. 

Laing, Joseph, Proprietor of Laing's Hotel. St. Thomas, 44. 

McKenzie, M., Collector of Customs and Express Agent. St. Thomas, 44. 

Morgan, George W., Boot, Shoe and Leather Dealer. Treasurer, St. Thomas, 
44; R. A. Mason. 

Roe, Charles, Merchant and Dealer in Grain for Exportation. P. M., St. 
Thomas, 44. 

Thompson, David, Proprietor of Thompson's Hotel. Initiated in Richmond, 
N. Y., a.l. 5825, P. S. W., Port Stanley, 94 ; now member of St. Thomas, 44. 

Warren, Thomas D., Attorney, Notary Public, Conveyancer, etc. P. M., St. 
Thomas, 44, and St. Mark's, 94 ; St. John's, chap., 3 ; Coaur de Lion encpt. ; 
Junior G. W., Grand Lodge. 

"W hippie, M. P., Surgeon and Dentist. S. D., St. Thomas, 44. 

White, William J., Student at Law. P. M., St. Thomas, 44 ; St. John's 
chap., 3. 

SYLVAN, County of "West Middlesex. 

Burns, Robert, Lumber Merchant, Postmaster, and Dry Goods Dealer. Sect'y, 
Cassia, 116. 
Dawson, Alex., Lumber Sawyer. Cassia, 116. 

TORONTO, County of York. 

Arthurs, Wm., Firm of Thomas & Arthurs, Importing Merchants, 20 King 
Street East. King Solomon's, 22 ; Treasurer, King Solomon's chap., 8. 

Bain, James, Bookseller and Stationer, 46 King Street West. Secretary, St. 
Andrew's, 16 ; St. Andrew's chap., 4. 



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Brumell, Henry P., Druggist, 13 King Street East. St. Andrew's, 16 ; St. 
Andrew's chap., 4. 

Butters, E. L., Livery Stable and Hotel-keeper, 40 King Street West. 
P. S. D., King Solomon's, 22 ; St. John's chap. 

Callisher, D. D., Importer Watches, Jewelry, etc., 6 King Street West. J. 
D., Wilson, 86 ; King Solomon's chap., 8. 

Campbell, S. B., Barrister at Law. P. M., King Solomon's, 22 ; P. M., Wil- 
son, 86; 1st Prin. Z., King Solomon's, 8; P. G. S. D. Grand Lodge; Past 
Grand Prin. Sojourner, Grand chap. 

Carlisle, Joseph, Terrapin Restaurant, 89 King Street East. Rehoboam, 65. 

Davis, John Edward, Passenger Agent of G. T. R. W. St. John's, 75 ; St. 
John's chap., 3, Scotch Register. 

Hall, E. R., Bookseller and General News Agent, King Street West. Senior 
M. of Ceremonies, Valley, 100, Rochester, N. Y. ; P. P. S. aDd Secretary, 
Hamilton, 62, Rochester, N. Y. ; Monroe chap., 12. 

Harman, Samuel B., Barrister at Law. P. M., St. Andrew's, 16 ; Deputy 
G. M., Grand Lodge Canada, in Toronto Dist. ; P. G. Registrar; Grand 2d 
Prin. H., Grand chap. ; P. G. Scribe N. and 1st Prin. Z. of St. Andrew's chap., 
4 ; Grand Prior Grand encpt. England and Wales ; P. Deputy G. Commander, 
Goeffrey de St. Aldemar encpt. 

Horton, C. G., American Express Office. Barton, 6. 

Hutchinson, Thomas, Broker and Insurance Agent. Wilson, 86 ; King Solo- 
mon's chap., 8. 

Ionic Lodge, No. 798, E. R; No. 18, Provincial Register ; No. 25, G. R. C; 
meets at Masonic Temple, 1st Tuesday each month. 

Jackes, Joseph, Law Student. W. M., St. John's, 75 ; P. 3d Prin. J. St. 
John's chap., 75, Scotch Register ; Registrar of Geoffrey de St. Aldemar encpt. 

Jackson, James, Importer of China, Glass, and Earthen ware, 8 King Street 
West. M. of Cer., St. Andrew's, 16 ; P. S., St. Andrew's chap., 4 ; St. Bearer 
Geoffrey de St. Aldemar encpt. 

Jacques, Alex., Proprietor Merchants' Press. Secretary, Rehoboam, 65. 

Levy, L. L., Firm of Levy Brothers, Importers and Dealers in Watches, 
Jewelry, and Fancy Goods, 84 King Street. W. M., Wilson, 86 ; King Solo- 
mon's chap., 8. 

Matheson, Hugh, Clothing Merchant, 6 King Street East. King Solomon's, 
22 ; King Solomon's chap., 8. 

Murray, Wm. S. W., King Solomon's, 22. 
' Nickinson, John, Proprietor Prince of Wales Theatre, King Street West. 
St. Andrew's, 16 ; St. Andrew's chap., 4 ; Geoffrey de St. Aldemar encpt. ; P. 
Grand Sword B., Grand encpt. 

Patterson, John, Hardware Merchant. J. W., St. Andrew's,.16 ; Scribe N., 
St. Andrew's, 4. 

Riley, J. B., Proprietor Revere House, Front St., near Union Depot. S. D., 
Wilson, 86 ; Steward, King Solomon's chap., 8. 

Rowsell, Henry S., Books and Stationery, 76 King Street East. St. Andrew's, 
16 ; St. Andrew's chap., 4. 

Sargant, Thomas, The Pantechnetheca, 45 King Street East. Inner Guard, 
Wilson, 86 ; King Solomon's chap., 8. 



CANADA. 99 . 

Simmer, I. A., Seedsman, cor. of Front Street and West Market Square. 
King Solomon's, 22. 

Smith, A. 0., Locomotive Engineer. King Solomon's, 22. 

Smith, S. Jones, Brass Founder, 46 Bathurst Street. St. John's, 75. 

Sowdon, Arthur Robt, Civil Engineer. Strict Observance, 3, Detroit, Michi- 
gan; Peninsular chap., 16, Michigan ; St. Clair com., 7, Michigan. 

Spooner, J., Importer and Dealer in Havana and Principe Cigars, Tobacco, 
etc., 41 King Street East. M. of Cer., King Solomon's, 22 ; King Solomon's 
chap., 8. 

Spry, Daniel Clerk in Post Office. S. W., King Solomon's, 22 ; Scribe E., 
King Solomon's chap., 8 ; G. S., Grand chap. 

Storm, We. George, Architect and Civil Engineer. P. M., St. Andrew's, 
16 ; P. Scribe E. and Scribe N., St. Andrew's chap., 4; P. E. C, Geoffrey de 
St. Aldemar encpt. ; Grand Supt. Works, Grand Lodge ; P. G. Prin. So- 
journer, Grand chap. 

Taylor, F. P. G., Commission and Forwarding Merchant for Lumber, etc. 
Fidelity, 51, Ithaca, N. Y.; Eagle chap., 58, Ithaca, N. Y. ' 

Thurston, D., Lumber Merchant, 35 King Street West. W. M., Rehoboam, 05. 

Worthington, John, Builder, corner of Temperance and Bay Streets. King 
Solomon's, 22 ; St. John's chap., Scotch Register. 

TRENTON, County of Hastings. 
Alley, William H., Watchmaker and Jeweler. D. of C, Trent, 38. 
Cruikshank, Lewis, Proprietor of R. R. House. J. D., Trent, 38. 
Curzon, J. M., Distiller. Trent, 38. 

Day, H. W., M.D., Physician, Surgeon and Coroner. Trent, 38. 
Delany, H. W., Attorney at Law, Notary Public, etc. S. W., Trent, 38. 
Galna, Wm., Accountant. Secretary, Trent, 38. 

German, Jacob Smith, Proprietor of German Hotel. D. of G, Trent, 38. 
Gordon, Robt., Merchant. W. M., Trent, 38 ; Moira chap., 7. 
Marsh, James, Bailiff of Division Court. Treasurer, Trent, 38. 
Nelson, John, Mercantile Salesman. J. W., Trent, 38. 
Roblin, David, Merchant. Trent, 38. 
Ryan, R. H., Agent of G. T. R. W. Trent, 38. 

Shea, William, Merchant and Dealer in Tin and Copper Ware, Trent, 38. 
Thompson, G. A., Deputy Postmaster and Telegraph Operator. Trent, 38. 
Thompson, J. W., Merchant. Trent, 38. 

TJM'IOM', P. O., County of Elgin. 

Fordice, Asa, Agriculturalist. Port Stanley, 94. 
Manderville, William H., Blacksmith. Port Stanley, 94. 

"WIWDSOB, County of Essex. 

Boddy, Thomas, Clerk of G. W. R. W. Secretary, Great Western, 47 ; 2d 
Prin. H., Wilson chap., 11. 

Burt, John, Locomotive Engineer. St. George's, 37 ; Wilson chap., 11. 

Dewson, Alfred K., Physician and Surgeon. W. M., Great Western, 47.. 

Francombe, George, Engineer of Steamer Transit. Great Western, 47; Wil- 
son chap., 11. 



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Great "Western Lodge, 47. Chartered a.l. 5854. Regular meetings, Thurs- 
days on or before full moon. 

Hutton, John, Proprietor of Windsor Castle Hotel. P. S. D., Great "Western, 
47; Scribe N., Wilson chap., 11. 

Kilborn, George, Teller in Bank of Upper Canada. P. M., Victoria, 56 ; 
Wawanosh chap., 15. 

Murray, Daniel, Clerk of Commercial Bank, Upper Canada. P. J. W., King 
Solomon's, 22 ; King Solomon's chap., 8. 

Perkins, Thomas, Collector of Her Majesty's Customs. P. M., Great West- 
ern, 47 ; P. P. S., Ancient Frontenac chap., 1 ; Hugh de Payen's encpt. ; Past 
Sen. G. D. of G. L., Canada. 

Popplewell, Thomas, Machinist. Senior D., Great Western, 47. 

Shipley, George, Merchant Tailor. S. W., Great Western, 47. 

Watson, Edwin, Commander of G. W. R. W. Steamer Union. Great West- 
ern, 47 ; 3d Prin. J., Wilson chap., 11 ; K. C, Detroit com., 1. 

WOODSTOCK, County of Oxford. 

Andrews, John, Produce and Commission Merchant. S. D., Oxford, 76. 

Bryant, John H., School Teacher. King Solomon's. 43. 

Burgess, Samuel, Auctioneer and Detective. King Solomon's, 43. 

Carroll, Capt. John Graham, Solicitor, Attorney, Notary Public, etc., Chap- 
lain, Oxford, 76. 

Carroll, D., Proprietor Alhambra Hotel. King Solomon's, 43. 

Carroll, R. W., M.D. Elgin, 348, S. R., Montreal ; M. E. M. 

Charles, Jordon, Collector of Her Majesty's Customs. W. M., Oxford, 76; 
Mark Master Mason. 

Dorgan, William, Law Student. Secretary, Oxford, 76. 

Forbes, George, Governor Woodstock Jail. W. M., King Solomon's, 43. 

Grey, William, Justice of the Peace and Issuer of Marriage Licenses, Notary 
Public, etc. Oxford, 76. 

Hack, Henry, Agriculturalist and Proprietor Clarendon Hotel. King Solo- 
mon's, 43 ; Hiram chap., 2. 

Hay, John, Boot and Shoe Dealer. Inner Guard, King Solomon's, 43. 

lies, Charles, Clerk in Registry Office. J. W., Oxford, 76. 

McCleneghan, Alexander R., Editor and Proprietor Times. P. J. and S. W., 
King Solomon's, 43 ; Mark Master Mason. 

McWhinnie, John, Editor Sentinel. P. M., King Solomon's, 43 ; Most Excel- 
lent Master. 

Van Voorhiez, J. B., Proprietor Woodstock Hotel. Oxford, 76. 

Whitehead, Col. George W., Justice of the Peace, Notary Public, Commis- 
sioner in Queen's Bench. P. M., Oxford, 76 ; King Solomon's, 76 ; 1st Prin. Z., 
Oxford chap., 18 ; C. G., St. Aldemar encpt. ; District Deputy Grand Master, 
Wilson District; P. G. S. W. 

WHITBY", County of Ontario. 

Billings, William H., Barrister at Law. S. W., Composite, 30 ; St. John's 
chap., 75, Scotch Register. 
Doel, William H., Druggist and Apothecary. Composite, 30. 



CANADA. 101 

Dornan, John 0., Printer. P. M., Composite, 30. 

Gibson, Yeoman, firm Gibson & Yamold, Merchants. Present and Past 
Master, Composite, 30 ; St. John's, 75, Scotch R. 

Lowes, John M., & Powell, James B., Importers and Dealers in Eeady-made 
Clothing, Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. Composite, 30. 

McCabe, We, Principal Grammar School. P. S. W., Composite, 30 ; St. 
John's chap., 75, S. R. ; Geoffrey de St. Aldemar encpt., 37. 

Tremayne, William Henry, Barrister at Law and County Attorney. J. W., 
Composite, 30 ; St. John's chap., 75, Scotch Register. 

Wallace, James, Gentleman. P. M., Composite, 30 ; St. John's, 75, Scotch 
Register. 



THE RECOVERED SNUFF-BOX. 

The following anecdote is to be found in the London Freemasons' Quarterly 
Review. It is related on the authority, and almost in the words of Brother 
Blaquierre, Provincial Deputy Grand Master for Bengal, a man who, at the 
patriarchal age of ninety-three, gave the testimony of his long experience to the 
excellency of Freemasonry. 

"A medical gentleman had realized a moderate fortune in the Brazils, and 
intending to return to England, he invested the fruits of his industry in precious 
stones, which were secured in a small box. This treasure he shipped on board 
a vessel, secured his own passage in another, and safely reached England. But 
alas for him ! scarcely had he arrived, when he received the fatal intelligence 
that the vessel, on board of which he had freighted his entire fortune, had been 
wrecked on the coast of Cornwall. Thus, in his declining years, the means of 
subsistence had vanished from him ; he had returned to his native land poorer 
than he had left it. About a twelvemonth had passed, when, one day, a stranger 
called at his humble lodgings and inquired for him ; he was admitted. The 
stranger, who was closely muffled up, and appeared desirous of concealment, 
asked a few questions relating to the Brazils, and others as to the circumstances 
of our hero, who felt somewhat disconcerted. At length the stranger drew 
from under his cloak the identical box containing the lost treasure ; his surprise 
and emotion satisfied the stranger, who, simply asking him if it was his, imme- 
diately delivered it to him, and made a sign. All that transpired was, that the 
box came into the possession of the stranger, who, on opening it, found at the 
top a snuff-box with Masonic emblems, and a name that enabled him, after 
much difficulty, to discover the real owner. The stranger took a hasty leave, 
and was no more heard of. Conjecture pointed at the possibility of his being 
what is termed 'a wrecker;' but the ways of Providence are inscrutable in 
teaching the powerful lessons of retribution. Masonry, as a moral engine, has 
elicited many mysterious instances of the power of the human heart, however 
depraved, to correct itself. But to the sequel. The snuff-box became dear to 
the party thus restored to prosperity; and in time it was bequeathed to a gentle- 
man, who, thinking that it should remain in the hands of a zealous Mason, pre- 
sented it to Brother Blaquierre, whose successors will, no doubt, prize it as a 
sign and token of Masonic interest." 



CONNECTICUT. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Connecticut was organized July 8th, 5789. Its Com- 
munications are annual, and held alternately at New Haven and Hartford, on 
the second Wednesday in May. Its membership consists of the Grand Officers, 
Past Grand Officers, and the Masters and Wardens of the subordinate Lodges. 
The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the following sources : — 

For a Dispensation or a Charter for a new Lodge . . $15 00 

For every Initiation 1 00 

For Dispensation for defunct Lodges to resume labor . 10 00 

For Grand Lodge certificates . . 50 

There are 64 subordinate Lodges in this jurisdiction. The number of affiliated 
Masons, as per returns in May, 5860, was 5854. The number initiated during 
the year was 642 ; Deaths, 60 ; Suspensions, 2 ; Expulsions, 4. The amount 
received for Grand Lodge dues was $642. 

The present officers of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut are : — 

Howard B. Ensign, M. W. Grand Master. 

Frederick P. Coe, R. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

David E. Bostwick, Senior Grand Warden. 

Nelson N. Barrett, Junior Grand Warden. 

Benjamin Beecher, Grand Treasurer. 

Eliphalet G. Storer, Grand Secretary. 

Arthur B. Calef, Senior Grand Deacon. 

Alt an P. Hide, Junior Grand Deacon. 

Samuel B. Gorham, Grand Marshal. 

Amos S. Treat, Grand Sentinel. 

Charles Webster, ] .-, ■, . , 

_ „ _ r , ' > Grand Stewards. 

P. St. M. Andrews, i 

Henry E. Patten, Grand Tyler. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. 

No. Lodge. Location. Time op Meeting. Mister. 

1 Hiram, New Haven. 1st & 3d Thursdays. Samuel B. Gorham. 

2 St. John's, Middletown. 1st & 3d Fridays. James E. Bidwell. 

3 St. John's, Bridgeport. Every Wednesday. Amos S. Treat. 

4 St. John's, Hartford. Every Wednesday. Levi Woodhouse. 

5 Union, Stamford. 1st & 3d Weds. Philip L. Hoyt. 

6 St. John's, Norwalk. 1st & 3d Thurdays. Albert H. Wilcoxson. 

7 King Solomon's, Woodbury. Every Wednesday. Jas. Huntington. 

8 St. John's, Stratford. Wed. on or b. f. m. Alfred B. Judd. 

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CONNECTICUT. 



103 



No. 



IiODOE. 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



9 Compass, 
10 Wooster, 
1 1 St. Paul's, . 

12 King Hiram, 

13 Montgomery, 

14 Frederick, 

15 Moriah, 
17 Federal, 
20 Harmony, 
24 Uriel, 

26 Columbia, 

28 Morning Star, 

29 Village, 
31 Union, 

33 Friendship, 

34 Somerset, 
36 St. Mark's, 
38 St. Alban's, 
40 Union, 

42 Harmony, 

43 Trinity, 

44 Eastern Star, 

46 Putnam, 

47 Morning Star, 

48 St. Luke's, 

49 Jerusalem, 

50 Warren, 

51 Warren, 

52 Mount Olive, 

55 Seneca, 

56 Franklin, 

57 Asylum, 

58 Northern Star, 

59 Apollo, 

60 Wolcott, 

62 Orient, 

63 Adelphi, 

64 St. Andrew's, 

66 Widow's Son, 

67 Harmony, 

68 Charity, 

69 Fayette, 

73 Manchester, 

77 Meriden, 

78 Shepherd, 

79 Wooster, 

80 Berlin, 

81 Washington, 

82 Geo. Washington, 



Wallingford. 

Colchester. 

Litchfield. 

Derby. 

Salisbury. 

Plainville. 

West Killingly. 

Watertown. 

New Britain. 

Mansfield. 

East Haddam. 

Warehouse Point. 

Collinsville. 

New London. 

Southington. 

Norwich. 

Tariffville. 

Guilford. 

Danbury. 

Waterbury. 

Deep River. 

Willimantic. 

Woodstock. 

Seymour. 

Kent. 

Ridgefield. 

South Coventry. 

Portland. 

Essex. 

Wolcottville. 

Bristol. 

Stonington. 

New Hartford. 

Suffield. 

Stafford. 

East Hartford. 

Fair Haven. 

West Winsted. 

Branford. 

New Canaan. 

Mystic Bridge. 

Rockville. 

Manchester. 

Meriden. 

Naugatuck. 

New Haven. 

Berlin. 

Cromwell. 

Ansonia. 



1st Thursday. 
Every Friday. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Every Wednesday. 
Every Monday. 
Last W. in the month 
Every Wednesday. 
Every Monday. 
Tuesday of f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
Every Wednesday. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Every Thursday. 
2d & 4th Monday. 
1st Wednesday. 
1st Wednesday. 
1st Wed. b. f. m. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
Tuesday of f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Every Friday. 
Every Tuesday. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
1st Tu. in the month. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
Tu. on or b. f. m. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Tu. on or b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Weds. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
Monday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Every Wednesday. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 



Henry Martin. 
Albert Keeney. 
David E. Bostwick. 
Geo. A. Peck. 
John A. Belcher. 
Alonzo N. Lewis. 
Ed. L. Cundall. 
Elijah M. Smith. 
Wash'ton L. Morgan. 
Alvan P. Hyde. 
Roswell D. Spencer. 
Solomon Terry. 
Wm. H. Parmelee. 
Frederick L. Allen. 
Solomon Finch. 
P. St. M. Andrews. 
Ed. Holcomb. 
Ashael B. Morse. 
Jas. H. Jenkins. 
Nathan Dikeman. 
Wm. C. Rogers. 
Calvin H. Davison. 
Wm. H. Copp. 
Israel French. 
Eber S. Peters. 
Hiram K. Scott. 
D. W. Huntington. 
Stephen H. Slocking. 
Jared E. Redfield. 
Edward Pierpont. 
Joel H. Root. 
Francis Amy. 
Ed. Smith. 
John Burns, Jr. 
Moses B. Harvey. 
Samuel Tripp. 
Chas. S. Thompson. 
Stephen A. Hubbard. 
Wm. Nash. 
Caleb S. Benedict. 
Chas. S. Landers. 
Henry W. Coye. 
Henry Gardner. 
Newton F. Hart. 
David Smith. 
Nehemiah D. Sperry. 
Wm. M. Fowler. 
Marvin R. Warner. 
John Cowel. 



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WORLD'S MASONIC REGISTER. 



No. Lodge. 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



Master. 



83 Eureka, 

84 Olive Branch, 

85 Acacia, 

86 Daskam, 

87 Madison, 

88 Hartford, 

89 Ansantawae, 



Bethel. 

Westville. 

Greenwich. 

Glastenbury. 

Madison. 

Hartford. 

Milford. 



1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
2d & 4th Thursdays. 
Tu. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 



Jas. Fenning. 
M. B. Scott. 
Jos. Home. 
Albert A. Bogue. 
Horace Butler. 
And'w G. Hammond. 
Thos. A. Dutton. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

The Grand Chapter of Connecticut was organized on the 17th of May, 5798. 
Its Annual Convocations are held at Hartford and New Haven alternately, 
commencing on Tuesday preceding the second Wednesday in May. This Grand 
Chapter is subordinate to the General Grand Chapter. It has 21 subordinate 
Chapters under its jurisdiction, 19 of which made returns at its Annual Convo- 
cation, in May, 5860, as follows : Number of Members, 1531 ; Exaltations, 172 ; 
Deaths, 16. Dues paid to Grand Chapter, $309. Its next Annual Convocation 
will be held at Hartford, May 7th, 5861. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 

2 Franklin, 

3 Solomon, 

4 Franklin, 

6 Washington, 

7 Union, 
9 Trinity, 

11 Rittenhouse, 

12 Warren, 

13 Jerusalem, 

15 Meridian, 

16 Darius, 

17 Pythagoras, 

19 Jerusalem, 

20 Lafayette, 

21 Benevolence, 

22 Eureka, 

23 Eureka, 

24 Washington, 

25 Giddings, 

26 Pulaski, 

27 Keystone, 



Location. 
New Haven. 
Ansonia. 
Norwich. 
Middletown. 
New London. 
Willimantic. 
Stamford. 
Killingly. 
Bridgeport. 
West Winsted. 
Litchfield. 
Hartford. 
Ridgefield. 
Granby. 
Stonington. 
Waterbury. 
Danbury. 
Norwalk. 
New Britain. 
Fair Haven. 
Meriden. 



Time of Meeting. 
1st Tuesday. 
2d Friday. 

Tuesday on or bef. full moon. 
1st Wednesday. 
2d Monday. 
Last Thursday. 
1st Tuesday. 
3d Tuesday. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

Last Wednesday. 

Every Friday. 

Every Thursday. 

Friday on or bef. full moon. 

1st Monday. 

2d & 4th Wednesdays. 

2d Wednesday. 

Tuesday before full moon. 

1st & 3d Thursdays. 

2d Tuesday. 

Tuesday on or bef. f. moon. 



E. G. Siober, Grand Secretary, New Haven. 



CONNECTICUT. 



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GRAND COUNCIL OF ROYAL AND SELECT MASTERS. 

The Grand Council of Connecticut was organized 5819. It holds its Annual 
Assembly alternately at Hartford and New Haven, in the month of May. It 
has 17 subordinate Councils under its jurisdiction, whose last returns give 912 
Members, 115 Candidates received, and 12 Deaths. Dues paid to Grand Coun- 
cil, $105. 



SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 



No. Name. 

1 Woloott, 

2 Montgomery, 
Eranklin, 

4 Cushing, 

8 Harmony, 

9 Columbia, 

16 Jerusalem, 

17 Washington, 

18 Jerusalem, 

19 Crawford, 

20 Buel, 

21 Waterbury, 

22 Hamilton, 

26 Adoniram, 

27 Union, 

28 Doric, 

29 Webb* 



Location. 
Hartford. 
Killingly. 
Norwich. 
New London. 
New Haven. 
Middletown. 
Bridgeport. 
Norwalk. 
Kidgefield. 
Fair Haven. 
Litchfield. 
Waterbury. 
West Meriden. 
Manchester, N. H. 
Derby. 
New Britain. 
Warren, R. I. 



Time op Meeting. 



1st Tu. Feb. May, Aug. Nov. 

3d Monday. 

1st Tuesday. 

2d Monday. 

Wednesday on or bef. f. m. 

4th Tu. Mar. June, Sep. Dec. 

3d Wednesday. 

Thursday on or bef. f. moon, 

Thursday after full moon. 

4 th Friday. 

2d Thursday. 

3d Saturday. 



GRAND ENCAMPMENT. 

Organized September 13th, 1827. 

This Grand Encampment holds its Annual Conclave on the second Thursday 
of May. It has 6 subordinate Encampments under its jurisdiction, with 440 
members. 

SUBORDINATE ENCAMPMENTS. 



No. Name. 

1 Washington, 

2 New Haven, 

3 Clinton, 

4 Columbia, 

5 Hamilton, 

6 Palestine, 



Location. 
Hartford. 
New Haven. 
Norwalk. 
Norwich. 
Bridgeport. 
New London. 



Time of Meeting. 
1st Friday. 
3d Friday. 

Friday on or bef. full moon. 
2d Friday. 
4th Tuesday. 
Last Friday. 



* A Grand Council was formed for the State of Khode Island, on the 30th of October, 5860, of which 
Webb Council was one of the Councils constituting it, and is, consequently, under the jurisdiction of the 
Grand Council of Rhode Island. 



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SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

BEANPOED. 

Basher, John R., Mechanic. "Widow's Son, 66. 
Harrison, David, Proprieter Branford House. "Widow's Son, 66. 
Nash, "William, Knob Manufacturer. "W. M., "Widow's Son, 66. 
Page, J. Henry, Merchant. Widow's Son, 66. 

MIDDLETOWN. 
Caleff, A. B., Lawyer, Ex-State Treasurer. S. G. D. ; St. John's, 2. 

DEEP KIVEB. 
Beeraan, Edgar 0., Secretary of Trinity, 42 ; "Washington chap., 6. 
Denison, Jno. S., Steamboat Agent, Chester. Trinity, 43. 
Phelps, Geo. N., Ship-carpenter. Trinity, 43. 
Pratt, N. B., Manufacturer of Hardware. Trinity, 43. 
Bead, Spencer, Mechanic, with C. B. Bogers & Co. S. D., Trinity, 43. 
Snow, C. W., Sheriff for Middlesex county. Trinity, 43. 
"Williams, P. "W., Mechanic. S. \Y\, Trinity, 43. 

EAST SADDAM. 

Baker, Edwin R., Manufacturer. Columbia, 26. 

Bates, Hanson A., Captain of Steamboat W. Irving. Columbia, 26. 

Bulkley, Daniel, Merchant. Wooster, 10. 

Chapman, N. Olmsted, Teacher of Music. J. W., Columbia, 26. 

Cowdrey, Loren, Manufacturer of Cotton Duck. St. John's, 2. 

Gesner, Johu G., Engineer. S. D., Columbia, 26. 

Hitchings, H. B., Clergyman of St. Stephen's Church. Chaplain of Colum- 
bia, 26. 

Martin, Jr., Samuel, Merchant. J. D., Columbia, 26. 

Richmond, Geo. S., Mechanic. Columbia, 26. 

Rodman, "Wm., Manufacturer. Columbia, 26. 

Selden, Joseph E., Proprietor of Gelston House. P. M.,. Columbia, 26. 

Spencer, R. Emmett, Clerk. Tyler of Columbia, 26. 

Spencer, R. D., Mechanic. "W. M., Columbia, 26 ; "Washington chap., 6; 
Columbia coun., 9. 

"Wattrous, Jr., A. D., Merchant. Columbia, 26. 

Wetherell, D., Manufacturer. Columbia, 26. 

ESSEX. 
Braddock, "Wm. T, Sailmaker. Mount Olive, 52. 
Doan, W. H., Sailor. Mount Olive, 52. 
Hayden, A. Mount Olive, 52. 

Hayden, John G., Painter. Secretary of Mount Olive, 52. 
Hayden, T. S., Merchant. Trinity, 43. 
Phelps, James, Attorney at Law. Mount Olive, 52. 
Redfleld, Edward W., Merchant. Mount Olive, 52. 
Redfleld, Jared E., Cashier of Saybrook Bank. "W. M., Mount Olive, 52. 



CONNECTICUT. 107 



GUILFOBD. 

Fisk, H. J., Physician and Surgeon. St. Alban's, 38. 

Fowler, Wm. W., Farmer and Drover. St. Alban's, 38. 

Hale, E. A., Merchant. Trinity, 43. 

Hale, John, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. Sec, St Alban's, 38. 

Kimberly, Geo. E., Dealer in Groceries and Provisions. St. Alban's, 38. 

Morse, A. B. W. M., St. Alban's, 38. 

Serrard, Wm. T., Merchant. St. Alban's, 38. 

Tryon, J. T., Wood Carver. J. D., St. Alban's, 38. 

MADISON. 

Butler, Horace, Carpenter. W. M., Madison, 87. 
Dudley, J. W., Attorney and Counselor at Law. Madison, 87. 
Scranton, T. L., Dentist. Madison, 87. 

Webb, Daniel M., Physician and Surgeon. Treas., Madison, 87. 
White, Thomas. Tyler, Madison, 87. 

Willard, S. F., Agent for N. E. for Paragon Soap Co., N. Y. S. W., Madi- 
son, 87. 

MEKIDEN. 

Andrews, Almon C, Miller. Meriden, 77 ; Keystone chap., 27. 
Andrews, Julius, Proprietor Hemlock Grove. Meriden, 77. 
Augur, Marshall C, Malleable Iron Manufacturer. Meriden, 77. 
Brainard, Robert L. Columbia, 25 ; Pythagoras chap., 17. 
Byxbee, Theodore, Billiard Saloon. St. John's, 6 ; Keystone chap., 27. 
Dickinson, Gardner K, Mechanic. Meriden, 77 ; P. C, Hamilton coun.,22. 
Dickinson, George S., Mechanic. S. W., Meriden, 77 R. A. C, Keystone 
chap., 27. 
Ernest, Chas., Burnisher. Meriden, 77 ; Keystone chap., 27. 
Fay, Geo. A., Telegraph Operator and Express Agent. Meriden, 77. 
Gladwin, Russel S., Mechanic. Meriden, 77 ; Keystone chap., 27. 
Hall, F. M., Butcher. Meriden, 77. 

Hart, Newton F., Merchant. W. M., Meriden, 77 ; H. P., Keystone chap., 27 
Johnson, S. E., Cutlery. Meriden, 77 ; Keystone chap., 27. 
Parker, Emery, Manufacturer. Meriden, 77 ; Scribe, Keystone chap., 27. 
Parker, John, Manufacturer. P. M., Meriden, 77; Keystone chap., 26. 
Rice, Ashbel B., Butcher and Farmer. Meriden, 77. 
Smith, Lorenzo, Butcher. Meriden, 77 ; Keystone chap., 27. 
Waterman, Reuben, Livery. Meriden, 77 ; Keystone chap., 27. 
Whittaker, Wm. M., Britannia Worker. Meriden, 77. 

NEW HAVEN 

Adams, Enos 0., Spoke-turner. Hiram, 1. 
Carrington, Martin, Wood-turner. Morning Star, 47. 

Hallenbeck, N. S., Coach-maker. Hiram, 1 ; Franklin chap., 2 ; Harmony 
coun., 8. 
Kettle, Francis, Brass-turner. Olive Branch, 84. 



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Osborn, Edwin, Brass-turner. Hiram, 1. 
Parker, Erastus N., Carriage-smith. Mount Olive, 52. 
Perkins, Wm. W., Carriage-smith. Hiram, 1. 
Seabrook, Henry C, Coach-maker. Hiram, 1. . 

Sperry, N. D. W. M., Wooster, 79 ; Franklin chap., 2 ; Harmony coun., 8; 
New Haven encamp., 2. 
Ware, A. C, Assistant Jailer. Wooster, 79. 
West, Alfred, Carriage-trimmer. Hiram, 1. 



MASONIC FRIENDSHIP. 



The following anecdote was contributed to the Freemasons' Quarterly Review 
by the individual who was one of the actors in this scene of Masonic friendship. 
By-the-way, it may be remarked, that Don Miguel has always been considered as 
the beau ideal of an anti-mason, and was not less distinguished for his perse- 
cution of the order than he was for his desecration of everything else that was 
pure, or true, or noble. 

" The son of a Portuguese nobleman and myself spent some few years of oar 
early youth together ; the friendship of boyhood was interrupted by the changes 
consequent on our relative stations. He returned to his family ; I embarked in 
commercial pursuits. In 1828, my engagements directed me to Lisbon, where 
our former friendship was renewed, and, if possible, with increased warmth on 
both sides. My friend was aid-de-camp to Don Miguel ; and as a mark of 
respect to my feelings, he became a Freemason, and paid very considerable 
attention to its observances and dictates. If not altogether inseparable, we 
were mutually bound by a tie of deep interest ; our tastes agreed in every par- 
ticular ; he delighted in my prospect of commercial success ; and although, as 
an Englishman, I did not approve of Don Miguel, the position of my friend led 
me to look on that policy with less severity than might otherwise have been the 
case. 

"My friend one day called on me, evidently in a disturbed state of mind, and 
told me that he was about to prove to me, as a Mason, how powerfully he rever- 
enced his obligation. ' The king,' said he, ' has decreed the arrest of forty gentle- 
men now on board the " Duke of York" steamer : they are liberals, and are of your 
opinions. When taken, there will be no chance of their lives. The order is 
now in my office, awaiting my signature ; I will take care not to return until 
you shall have had time to apprise them of their danger : there shall be three 
hours clear for such purpose, and a boat with four men is ready. One hug — it 
may be the last I' We did not speak— he left me. I hastened to fulfill his 
command, reached the boat, and being an Englishman, my dashing through a 
number of armed boats was merely ascribed to some frolic. I gained the 
steamer, and, as may be expected, surprised the party by my information. 
They immediately left, in boats, and rowed to the ' Pyramus,' and were received 
by Captain Sartorinus, who protected them, and thus their lives were saved." 



DELAWARE. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Delaware was organized June 6th, 5806. Its Annual 
Communications are held in the City of Wilmington, on the fourth Monday in 
June. A new Constitution, under consideration to be acted on at the Semi- 
Annual Communication, December 27th, 5860, changes the time to the second 
Monday in September. The Grand Lodge is composed of the Grand Officers, 
Past Grand and Deputy Grand Masters, Past Grand Wardens, Past Grand 
Treasurers and Past Grand Secretaries, and Masters and Wardens of Lodges. 
The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the following sources : — 
For Dispensations for new Lodges .... $15 00 

For Warrants, in addition 15 00 

Por Dispensations to confer the three degrees . . 5 00 

For Dispensations for same for seafaring men . 2 00 

For Dispensations to ballot and confer first degree . 2 00 

For Dispensations to confer F. C. or M. M. degree . 2 00 

For Past Master's degree 5 00 

For Grand Lodge diplomas 2 00 

For Dispensations for public processions other than for 

burying the dead 5 00 

For Grand Lodge traveling certificate .... 50 

For every Initiation in Wilmington .... 5 00 

For every Initiation in other parts of the State . 3 00 

For every E. A. or F. C. from without the jurisdiction . 3 00 

For Adjoining fees of Master Masons . . . 1 00 

Dues for each Member 50 

There are 12 subordinate Lodges in Delaware. The following is the summary 
of returns for the year ending June 27, 5860 : Number of Master Masons, 
533 ; Initiations, 40 ; Passings, 38 ; Eaisings, 34 ; Affiliations, 5 ; Eejections, 
8 ; Withdrawn, 4 ; Suspended, 35 ; Deaths, 4 ; Amount of receipts, $219. 
The officers of the Grand Lodge for the present Masonic year are :— 
John B. McFee, M. W. Grand Master. 
George W. Chaytor, E. W. Dep. Grand Master. 
Jacob Moore, E. W. Senior Grand Warden. 
Samuel W. Hollingsworth, E. W. Junior Grand Warden. 
William S. Hates, E. W. Grand Secretary. 
Jacob Eichardson, E. W. Grand Treasurer. 
Eev. Henry C. Fries, W. Grand Chaplain. 

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Henry Stout, Grand Marshal. 
Make A. Greer, Senior Grand Deacon. 
Peter Taylor, Junior Grand Deacon. 
Benjamin N. Ogle, Grand Sword Bearer. 
John H. Bkitton, Grand Tyler. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



Master. 



1 Washington, 

2 St. John's, 

4 Hope, 

5 Union, 
7 Union, 
9 Temple, 

11 Temple, 

12 Franklin, 

14 La Fayette, 

15 Jefferson, 
17 Endeavor, 
19 Jackson, 



Wilmington. 

New Castle. 

Laurel. 

Middletown. 

Dover. 

Milford. 

Wilmington. 

Georgetown. 

Wilmington. 

Lewes. 

Milton. 

Delaware City. 



1st Thursday. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
3d Wednesday. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

Wed. on or b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
2d & 4th Thursdays, 



Smiley King. 
A. V. Lesley, M.D. 
Rev. Henry C. Fries. 
Wm. H. Barr, M.D. 
John A. Nicholson. 
Mark A. Greer. 
Clement B. Clark. 
Paynter Frame. 
Wm. S. Hayes. 
Chas. D. Schellinger. 
James Ponder. 
Benj. N. Ogle. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

Organized January 19, 5818. 

The Grand Chapter meets annually at Dover, on the Monday next preceding 
the third Tuesday in January. This Grand Chapter is an independent body. 

SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 

No. Name. Location. 

1 Washington and La Fayette, Wilmington. 

2 Temple, Milford. 

4 Hope, Georgetown. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

DELAWAEE CITY. 
Matchlett, "Wm. J. Secretary, Jackson, 19. 

DOVER. 

Nicholson, John A., Attorney at Law. "W. M., Union, 7. 

Smith, Rev. Marshall B. Union, 7 ; Chap. 91, Pa.; late Comd'y, 4, Pa. 

MIDDLETOWN. 
Barr, Wm. H., M.D. W. M., Union, 5. 



DELAWARE. Ill 

ST. GEOKGE'S. 
Peckard, E. H., Storekeeper. Jackson, 19. 

WILMINGTON. 

Aikin, E. T., Gentleman. P. M., Temple, 11. 

Allmond, Charles M., Hotel. Union, 121, Pa. 

Britton, John H., Cigar Manufacturer. Grand Tyler. 

Buzine, George, Justice of the Peace. La Payette, 14. 

Douglass, Benjamin, Machinist. Washington, 1. 

Downward, James, Ropemaker. Washington, 1. 

Ford, Stephen D., Ironfounder. La Fayette, 14. 

Franks, Henry, Farmer, Brandywine Hundred. La Fayette, 14. 

Gear, William H., Book-keeper. La Fayette, 14 ; Washington chap., 1. 

Graves, William, Builder. P. Deputy Grand Master. 

Hainsworth, Henry L., Machinist. Washington, 1. 

Hayes, W. S., Morocco Manufacturer. Grand Secretary Grand Lodge ; La 
Fayette, 14. 

Hazard, Albert B., Farmer, Oak Hill. La Fayette, 14; Washington chap., 1. 

Hollinsworth, S. W., Jeweler. Temple, 11. 

Horner, Edwin J., Locomotive and Oar Spring Manufacturer. 

Hyde, Joseph, Foreman of Depot Machine Shop. Washington, 1. 

King, Smiley, Farmer. Washington, 1. 

Krauch, Christian, Hotel-keeper. Washington, 1. 

Le Fevre, John B., Farmer, New Castle. St. John's, 2 ; Washington chap., 1 ; 
Encampment 4, Pa. 

Lobdell, George G., Founder and Machinist. Washington, 1. 

McClintock, Daniel, Iron Founder. La Fayette, 14. 

McCombs, James C, Book-keeper. P. M., La Fayette, 14; Washington 
chap., 1. 

McFarlan, Wm. A., Manufacturer. Washington, 1. 

Morrison, John 0., Farmer, Hare's Corner. St. John's, 2. 

Reynolds, Henry F., Farmer, Hare's Corner. St. John's, 2. 

Roff, James, Jr., Engineer. Washington, 1. 

Scott, James, Morocco Manufacturer. La Fayette, 14. 

Solomon, John J., Yictualer. La Fayette. 14. 

Speakman, Lewis, Merchant. Chester, 236, Pa. 
- Stamm, William, Assistant Engineer U. S. Navy. La Fayette, 14 ; Mt. Horeb 
chap., Va. 

Talley, Eli B., Hotel-keeper. La Fayette, 14. 

Teas, Joseph, Master Machinist for P. W. and B. R. R. Co. Washington, 1. 

Thatcher, Thomas, Ship-joiner. La Fayette, 14. 

Valentine, J. S., Merchant. Washington, 1. 

Walton, Alfred, Druggist. La Fayette, 14 ; Washington chap., 1. 

White, William H, M.D. Washington, 1. 

Wiggins, William B., Mayor. Washington, 1. 

Zebley, Thomas W., Sashmaker. Washington, 1. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia was organized December 11th, 
5810. It holds three regular Communications : the Annual one the first Tues- 
day in November, the Semi- Annual the first Tuesday in May, and one for the 
installation of officers on St. John's Day, twenty-seventh December. The Com- 
munications are held in the City of Washington. The Grand Lodge consists 
of the Grand Officers, Past Grand Officers, Past Masters, and Masters and 
Wardens of subordinate Lodges, or their legal representatives. 

The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the following sources : — 
For Dispensations for new Lodges .... $15 00 
For Dispensations to revive extinct Lodges . . . 15 00 

For Charters, in addition 25 00 

For Initiations 2 00 

For every Master Mason returned .... 50 

There are 11 subordinate Lodges in this jurisdiction. The returns of Novem- 
ber 27, 5859, give the number of Master Masons, 776 ; F. C, 29 ; E. A., 29. 
The returns also give the following work for the past year : Initiated, 117 ; 
Passed, 128 ; Raised, 129 ; Admitted, 18 ; Dimitted, 28 ; Reinstated, 5 ; Died, 6 ; 
Dropped, 8 ; Rejected, 15 ; Expelled, 1 ; Amount of dues paid, $612. 

The officers of the Grand Lodge for the present Masonic year, elected Novem- 
ber 6, 5860, are :— 

G. C. Whiting, M. W. Grand Master. 
Y. P. Page, R. W. D. Grand Master. 
W. H. Turpin, R. W. Senior Grand Warden. 
G. A. Hall, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 
G. A. Schwakzman, R. W. Grand Secretary. 
C. Cammack, Jr., R. W. Grand Treasurer. 
H. N. Steele, Grand Visitor and Lecturer. 
Rev. W. D. Haley, Grand Chaplain. 
E. J. Holmead, Grand Marshal. 
C. M'Mathews, Senior Grand Deacon. 
J. M. Jewell, Junior Grand Deacon. 
W. V. M. Weaver, Grand Sword Bearer. 
J. Hood, Grand Pursuivant. 
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SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No. 



Time op Meeting. 



Master. 



1 Federal, 

4 Wash'ton Naval, 

5 Potomac, 
7 Lebanon, 

9 New Jerusalem, 

10 Hiram, 

11 St. John's, 

12 National, 

14 Wash. Centennial 

15 B. B. French, 

16 Dawson, 



Washington. 

Washington. 

Georgetown, D. C. 

Washington. 

Washington. 

Washington. 

Washington. 

Washington. 

.Washington. 

Washington. 

Washington. 



Alternate Tuesdays. 
1st Saturday. 
3d Monday. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
2d & 4th Thursdays. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
Alternate Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 



G. Alfred Hall. 
W. E. Hutchinson. 
Jas. Goszler. 
Thos. McGrath. 
F. A. Jackson. 
C. L. Alexander. 
Christopher Ingle. 
S. G. Jamison. 
A. G. Fowler. 
E. L. Stevens. 
S. T. Shugert. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

MARYLAND AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Organized November 10, 5814. 

This Grand Chapter is a subordinate of the General Grand Chapter. Its 
Annual Convocations are held in the City of Baltimore, commencing on the 
second Monday in November. It has 8 subordinates under its jurisdiction. 
The returns, published in the annual proceedings of 5859, show a total of 
Membership, 437 ; P. M., 3; Mark Masters, 10 ; M. E. M., 5 ; Withdrawn, 10 ; 
Died, 3 ; Amount of dues paid by 7 Chapters, $265. 

SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. 


Name. 


Location. 


Time of Meetins. 


1 


Concordia, 


Baltimore. 


1st Tuesday. 


7 


Phenix, 


Baltimore. 


2d & 4th Mondays. 


8 


Potomac, 


Georgetown, D. C. 


, 


9 


Jerusalem, 


Baltimore. 


1st Wednesday. 


15 


Columbia, 


Washington, D. C. 


1st & 3d Wednesdays. 


16 


Washington, 


Washington, D. C. 




17 


Chesapeake, 


Salisbury, Md. 


2d & 4th Thursdays. 


18 


Salem, 


Cumberland, Md. 


4th Monday. 



COMMANDERY. 

There is but one Commandery in this jurisdiction. It is styled Washington 
Commandery No. 1., and is located at the City of Washington. At the Trien- 
nial Session of the Grand Encampment of the United States, in 1859, it reported 
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SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

GEOBGETOWU. 

Amy & Shinn, Bottlers of Porter, Ale, etc. etc. Potomac, 5 ; Centennial, 14. 
Davidson, John B., Commission Merchant. Potomac, 5. 
Potomac Lodge, No. 5. Regular meetings on the third Monday in each 
month. 

Taylor, W. H. S., Fifth Auditor, Boom 22. Potomac, 5. 
Thompson, George. P. G. T., Potomac, 5 ; Secretary, Chap., 8. 

HOPETOWN. 
Holland, J. E., Parmer. New Jerusalem, 9. 

WASHINGTON. 

Alexander, C. M., Attorney of Patents and Law Solicitor. Dawson, 16. 

Anderson, Charles H., Bookseller and Stationer, 458 7th Street. Federal, 1. 

Anderson, J. L., Clerk in Pension Office. New Jerusalem, 9. 

Angus, Job W., Carpenter and House-builder, 562 7th Street. St. John's, 
11 ; Columbia chap., 15 ; Washington com., 1. 

Baldwin & Brothers, Contractors and Manufacturers. Dawson, 16 ; Chap., 
16 ; Com., 1. 

Ball, Chas. G., Furnace and Range Builder, Union Buildings, E Street. Fed- 
eral, 1. 

Bartholow, J. L., Manufacturer of Agricultural Implements and Dealer in 
Seeds, etc., 558 7th Street. Dawson, 16 ; Washington chap., 16 ; Washington 
com., 1. 

Bartholow, J. P., Seed and Agricultural Store, 558 7th St. Dawson, 16 ; 
Chap., 16 ; Com., 1. 

Beardsley & Harvey, General Government Agents and Solicitors of Patents, 
492 7th St. Frontier City, 422, N. Y. 

Bell, Samuel P., Machinist in U. S. Patent Office. Treasurer, Dawson, 16 ; 
Chap., 16 ; J. W., Com., 1. 

Boteler, John W., House Furnishing Warerooms, Iron Hall, 318 Pennsylvania 
Avenue. Federal, 1 ; Columbia chap., 15. 

Bowen, Henry S., Printer, 191 F Street. Federal, 1. 

Clarke, John B., Washington. Centennial, 14; Washington chap., 16. 

Cunningham, C. W., Plumber and Gas-fitter, 510 7th Street. Federal, 1. 

Donoho, Thos., Clerk Nat. Intelligencer. Federal, 1 ; R. A. C. & K. T. of 
Washington Commandery, No. 1. 

Edie, Edward C, Clerk in Navy Department. St. John's, 11. 

Ellis, Wm. M., Eagle Iron Works. P. G. M., Naval, 4; Chap., 16 ; Com., 1. 

Emerson, George W., Butcher, Centre Market. Hiram, 10. 

Essex, Josiah, Master Carpenter, 503 I St. Federal, 1 ; Chap., 15 ; Com., 
1— 33d. 

Everett, Charles, Solicitor of Patents. Federal, 1 ; Chap., 15 ; Com., 1. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 115 

French, Benjamin B., Attorney at Law. Born at Chester, N. H., September 
4, 1800 ; made a Master Mason in King Solomon's Lodge, New London, 1826 ; 
Master of Corinthian Lodge, Newport, about 1830-33 ; Grand Master of the 
Grand Lodge of D. C, 1846 to 1853 ; made a Eoyal Arch Mason in Washing- 
ton, 1846, (I think,) and a Knight Templar in Brooklyn, N. Y., about 1847-8 ; 
G. H. P. of Grand Chapter of Md. and D. C, 1852 to 1855 ; P. Grand Com- 
mander of W. Commandery ; P. G. G. Secretary of the G. G. Chapter of U. S., 
and Grand Commander of the Grand Encampment of the U. S. 

Gassenheimer, Leopold, Clothier, 119 Penn. Avenue. Washington Centen- 
nial, 14 ; Chap., 15. 

Gibbs, Dr., J. B., Dentist. Washington com., 1. 

Gibson, J. C, Dealer in Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, 18 Louisiana Avenue. 
St. John's, 11. 

Green, A., Auction and Commission Merchant, 526 7th St. B. B. French, 15. 

Greyson, John, Veterinary Surgeon. Hiram, 10 ; Columbia chap., 16. 

Hamilton, Charles J., Designer and Sculptor, Union Buildings, E Street. 
Federal, 1. 

Hare, D. 0., Engraver, 264 Pennsylvania Avenue. Unaffiliated. 

Harvey, Thomas L. Dawson, 16 ; Chap., 16 ; Com., 1. 

Heiberger, F. J., Merchant Tailor. B. B. French, 15. 

Hoover, Samuel P., Boot, Shoe, and Trunk Store, 320 Pennsylvania Avenue. 
Federal, 1 ; Columbia chap., 15 ; Washington com., 1. i 

Hughes, Evan, Merchant Tailor, Penn. Avenue. Lebanon, 7. 

Ingle, Christopher, Counselor at Law, 12 Louisiana Avenue. W. M., St. 
John's, 11 ; Chap., 15 ; Com., 1. 

Jillard, Geo. E., Dealer in Paints, Oils, and Glass, 254 Pennsylvania Avenue. 
St. John's, 11. 

Kennedy, Geo. W. E., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Groceries, Wines, and 
Liquors, 508 7th Street. Dawson, 16. 

King, Joshua A. St. John's, 11. 

Kloman, Charles, Bestaurant. New Jerusalem, 9. 

Lane, Marcus, Attach^ to Post Office. Dawson, 16 ; Chap., 16. 

Magruder, S. C, Dealer in Wood and Coal, corner of 6th Street and Missouri 
Avenue. Washington Centennial, 14. 

Maynadier, Wm. M. St. John's, 11. 

Noyes, Henry O., Machine Sewing Booms, 504 9th Street. Federal, 1. 

Owen, S. W., Military and Naval Tailor. Federal, 1 ; Chap., 15. 

Patten, George, Solicitor of Patents. Dawson, 16. 

Payne, Charles H., Flour and Feed Store, Centre Market, 9th Street. Wash- 
ington Centennial, 14 ; Columbia chap., 15 ; Washington com., 1. 

Pettibone, William, Bookbinder. St. John's, 11. 

Polkinhorn, Henry, Printer, 375 D Street. St. John's, 11. 

Poore, Ben. Perley, Secretary U. S. Agricultural Society. Hon. member St. 
John's, Newburyport, Mass. K. H. S.'.G.\J. - .G.\33d. 

Pugh, Wm. G., Wholesaleand Betail Dealer in Groceries, Wines, and Liquors, 
508 7th Street. Dawson, 16. 

Baub, G. T., Soap and Candle Manufacturer, cor. 15th and Ohio Avenue. 
New Jerusalem, 9. 



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Rhees, William J., Chief Clerk Smithsonian Institute, 506 H St. P. W. M., 
Lebanon, 7 ; Columbia chap., 14 ; Washington commandery, 1. 

Riley, John C, M.D. St. John's, 11. 

Robbins, Z. C, Office of Foreign and American Patents, (established, 1844.) 
Dawson, 16 ; Chap., 16. 

Scheifley, Jacob. St. John's, 11. 

Schmidt, Jacob, Restaurant, 489 6th St. Dawson, 16. 

Schwarzman, G. A., Grand Secretary of Grand Lodge. 

Semken, H., Jeweler and Silversmith, Penn. Avenue. Federal, 1. 

Smith, James G. St. John's, 11 ; H. P., Chap., 15. 

Stansbury, Charles F., Solicitor of Patents. S. W., St. John's, 11 ; Chap., 16. 

Swan, G. W., Clerk Evening Star Office. St. John's, 11. 

Thomas, George C, Attorney at Law. Com., 1. 

Thompson, G. R. Dawson, 16 ; Chap., 16 ; Secretary. 

Thompson, W. A., Engraver U. S. Coast Survey. Dawson, 16. 

Whfting, George C, Commissioner of Pensions. M. W. Grand Master ; P. 
M., B. B. French, 15 ; Chap., 15 ; P. G. Commandery, 1; S.\G.\J.\G.-.33d. 

Williamson, Jos. B., Builder. Federal, 1 ; Columbia chap., 15. 



THE ROBBER OF THE DESERT. 

The London Freemasons' Review for December, 1841, contains the fol- 
lowing anecdote, which is another evidence of the influence of Masonic phi- 
lanthropy over the heart of the barbarian. 

" It is now some twenty years since Captain E., late a member of one of the 
English Universities Lodges, was traveling in Egypt. The Captain was accom- 
panied by his servant, an active and intelligent young man ; they were attacked 
in the desert by the Arabs ; the Captain made a very resolute stand, and slew 
two of the robbers. He was, with his servant, soon overpowered, and they 
were conveyed to the robbers' retreat, when they were separated. It was de- 
termined that the Captain's life should be forfeited, and he awaited his cruel 
destiny with as much fortitude as a brave man could feel. Instead of this aw- 
ful sentence, he was, however, agreeably surprised in the morning by his serv- 
ant's approach, with the joyful intelligence that his sentence was not only remit- 
ted, but that he was at liberty to resume his journey ; and this retributive jus- 
tice was accompanied by the restoration of every article of the property of 
which he had previously been plundered. Is it to be wondered at, that his 
gratitude to his servant ended in his taking early steps to claim a nearer associ- 
ation to him as a Brother in the Craft, for by the exchange of the mysterious 
secret, the robber of the desert had kept his faith with a Brother? The servant 
and the Arab were both Masons, and through the former the master had re- 
ceived the benefits of the mystic tie." 



FLORIDA. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Florida was organized July 5th, 5830. Its Grand 
Annual Communications are held in the City of Tallahassee, commencing on the 
second Monday in January. Its membership is composed of the Grand Officers, 
Past Grand Officers, Past Masters, and Masters and Wardens, and one Repre- 
sentative from each subordinate Lodge, who must be a Master Mason. 
The revenue of the Grand Lodge is as follows : — 

For a Charter or Dispensation for a new Lodge . . $50 

For every initiation 1 

For every member 1 

There are 34 subordinate Lodges in this jurisdiction, which, according to the 
last returns, have 1497 members, and show the following exhibit of work: Ini- 
tiated, 216; Rejected, 73; Expelled, 3; Suspended, 3; Withdrew, 6; and 29 died 
during the year. Amount of dues received, $1571. This Grand Lodge has re- 
printed its proceedings, from its organization in 1830 to 1859 inclusive. The 
following is a constitutional provision of this Grand Lodge. 

" It shall be the duty of every subordinate Lodge under the jurisdiction of 
this Grand Lodge, to ascertain and keep themselves informed of the number of 
children of Master Masons residing within their respective jurisdictions, who 
are or may be destitute of the means of education ; to cause them to be in- 
structed in the first rudiments of a general English education, so far as the 
funds of such Lodges will respectively allow, consistent with other charities ; 
and to report to the Grand Lodge, annually, the number of such children and 
the measures adopted in regard to them." 

The Officers of the Grand Lodge of Florida for the present Masonic year are 
as follows : — 

D. C. Dawkins, M. W. Grand Master. 

F. C. Barrett, R. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

J. L. McKinnon, R. W. Senior Grand Warden. 

F. Branch, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 

John B. Tatlor, R. W. Grand Secretary. 

Thos. Hayward, R. W. Grand Treasurer. 

John Penny, R. W. Grand Chaplain. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No 


Name. 


Location. 


Time of Meeting. 


Master. 


1 


Jackson, 


Tallahassee. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


R. A. Shine. 


2 


Washington, 


Quinoy. 


2d & 4th Fridays. 


T. T. Henry. 


3 


Harmony, 


Marianna. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


Geo. F. Baltzell. 
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No. Lodge. Location. Time op Meeting. Master. 

5 Hiram, Monticello. 2d & 4th Saturdays. Jas. Ellenwood. 

6 Franklin, Apalachicola. 1st & 3d Thursdays. Saml. Benezet. 

11 Madison, Madison. 1st & 3d Weds. R. H. Shaffer. 

12 St. John's, St. Augustine. 1st & 3d Tuesdays. G. J. Zehnbauer. 

15 Escambia, Pensacola. 1st & 3d Saturdays. James Knowles. 

16 Santa Rosa, Milton. 1st & 3d Saturdays. John Chain. 

17 Eucheeanna, Eucheeanna. 1st & 3d Saturdays. Wm. McDonald. 

18 CentreTille, Centreville. 2d Saturday. Wm. J. Felkel. 

19 Marion, Ocala. 1st & 3d Fridays. A. C. Brown. 

20 Solomon, Jacksonville. 1st & 3d Weds. Wm. Lema. 

21 Gee, Chattahoochie. 2d Saturday. Jas. S. Meacham. 

22 Hamilton, Bellville. 2d & 4th Fridays. J. H. Baker. 

23 New Port, New Port. Sat. on or b. f. m. J. B. Carlisle. 

24 Naval, Warrenton. 1 st Monday. Wm. Morrill. 

25 Hillsborough, Tampa. 1st & 3d Saturdays. J. Darling. 

26 Alachua, Newnansville. 1st & 3d Saturdays. S. Fagan. 

28 Concordia, Gadsden Co. 1st Saturday. N. J. Scott. 

29 Micanopy, Micanopy. 2d Saturday W. H. Johnson. 

30 Suwannee, Suwannee Shoals. 1st Saturday. R. Brown. 

31 Manatee, Manatee. 1st Thursday. E. Glazier. 

33 Jefferson, Waukeenah. 1st & 3d Saturdays. W. H. Arendell. 

37 Orient, Jasper. 1st & 3d Saturdays. H. J. Stewart. 

88 Chipola, Jackson Co. 2d Saturday. S. J. Erwin. 

39 Mackey, 2d & 4th Saturdays. J.E.Fletcher. 

40 Orion, Knox Hill. 2d Saturday. D. P. Everett. 

41 Gainesville, Gainesville. 1st Friday. T. J. Myers. 

43 Moseley, 1st & 3d Saturdays. W. H. Sever. 

44 Miccosukie, Miccosukie. 1st Saturday. R. M. Burney. 

45 True Brotherh'd, 1st Saturday. A. H. McCormick. 

48 Douglass, White Springs. 2d & 4th Fridays. Robt. Brown. 

49 Marston, 2d & 4th Saturdays. Chas. Slager. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

Organized January 11th, 5847. 

This Grand Chapter holds its Annual Convocations in the City of Tallahassee, 
commencing on the second Monday in January. This Grand Chapter is an inde- 
pendent body. Its has 8 subordinate Chapters under its jurisdiction. Number 
of members, per last returns, 288. Amount of dues, $307. 

SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. 


Name. 


Location. 


No. 


Name. 


Location. 


1 


Florida, 


Tallahassee. 


7 


Quincy, 


Quincy 


3 


Magnolia, 


Apalachicola. 


10 


Olive, 


Ocala. 


5 


Jefferson, 


Monticello. 


13 


Alachua, 


Newnansville. 


6 


Santa Rosa, 


Milton. 


15 


Greenwood, 


Greenwood. 



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GRAND COUNCIL. 

Organized January, 5858. 

There are 6 subordinate Councils in this jurisdiction. Number of members, 
estimated January, 5860, 150. 



SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 



Location. 


No. 


Name. 


Location. 


Tallahassee. 


4 


Overman, 


Milton. 


Lake City. 


5 


Alachua, 


Newnansville, 


Jacksonville. 


6 


Hayward, 


Ocala. 



No. Namb. 

1 Mackey, 

2 Columbia, 

3 Douglass, 



There is but one Commandery in Florida, which was organized under a dis- 
pensation March 17th, 1850. The dispensation was extended September 29th, 
1853, and again extended March 17th, 1857. The Commandery made no returns 
to the Grand Encampment of the TJ. S., under whose authority it exists, at its 
Triennial Session in September, 1859. This Commandery is located at Quincy, 
and is styled De Molay Commandery No. 1, if it is yet in existence. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

Barrett, Frederick C, Merchant, Jacksonville. P. M. Solomon's, 20 ; Jack- 
sonville chap., 12 ; P. S. G. W. 

Berrill, John R., Newnansville. Alachua, 26. 

Flagg, George, Merchant, Jacksonville. Solomon's, 20 ; Jacksonville chap., 
12. 

Hearn, Michael, Merchant, Jacksonville. Solomon's, 20. 

Payne, J. M., M.D., Flemington. True Brotherhood, 45 ; Olive chap., 10. 

Prevatt, Thomas J., Register of Land Office, Newnansville. Alachua, 26 ; 
Alachua chap., 13. 

Sammis, John S., Planter, Jacksonville. P. S. "W. Solomon's, 20 ; Jackson- 
ville chap., 12 ; Douglass coun., 3. 

Scarborough, Lindley M., Merchant, Newnansville. R. A. M. 



George Washington, born February 22, 1731 ; initiated November 4, 1752 ; 
passed Fellow Craft, March 3, 1753; raised Master Mason, August 4, 1753; 
all in Fredericksburg Lodge, No. 4, Fredericksburg, Virginia. Died December 
14, 1799, and was buried, December 16, at Mount "Vernon, with Masonic honors. 



GEORGIA. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The date of the organization of the Grand Lodge of Georgia is not known. 
It is certain that Freemasonry was established in the State almost coequal with 
its settlement as a colony. Distinguished writers assert that as early as 5730 a 
Lodge was instituted in Georgia. The records of the Grand Lodge of England 
show that in December, 5733, the new colony in Georgia was recommended to 
the benevolence of the Lodges by the Deputy Grand Master, and it is on record 
that considerable donations were collected and distributed among distressed 
Masons, to encourage the settlement of the new colony, just established at Geor- 
gia in America. There is a tradition that the first Masonic Lodge ever held in 
the State of Georgia was constituted and opened by General James Oglethorpe, 
during the year 5733, under a large oak-tree, which stood near the corner of 
Bay and Drayton Streets, Savannah, and was called " King Solomon's Lodge." 
There is, however, another tradition, and tolerably well authenticated, that a 
Lodge was at work in Savannah before Solomon's Lodge had an existence. It 
appears that a commission was issued to Roger Lacy, as Provincial Grand Mas- 
ter, in 5730, prior to his leaving England for the new colony, which commission 
was subsequently renewed or the authority continued. 

The Grand Lodge was reorganized as an independent Grand Lodge, Decem- 
ber 16th, 5786. The Grand Ledge consists of the Masters of the Constituted 
Lodges, the Past Grand Masters, Past Deputy Grand Masters, Past Grand 
Wardens, and Past Masters who have actually presided as Master one year 
within the jurisdiction. The Annual Communications of the Grand Lodge are 
held in the City of Macon, commencing on the last Wednesday in October. 

Its revenue is derived from the following sources : — 

For a Warrant $70 



For Dispensations to hold Lodges . 
For Dispensations to hold elections . 
For Dispensations to confer two degrees 
For Dispensations to Initiate, Pass, or Raise 
For Dispensations to make more than five 
For Dispensations for any other purpose 

For Initiations 

For every Master Mason .... 
The officers of the Grand Lodge for the present Masonic year, elected No- 
vember, 5860, are as follows : — 

William S. Rockwell, M. W. Grand Master. 
Samuel D. Ikvin, Deputy Grand Master, First District. 
" John Harris, Deputy Grand Master, Second District. 
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GEORGIA. 



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W. W. Botd, Deputy Grand Master, Third District. 

David E. Butler, Deputy Grand Master, Fourth District. 

B. T. Turner, Senior Grand Warden. 

William A Love, Junior Grand Warden. 

Joseph E. Wells, Grand Treasurer. 

Simri Bose, Grand Secretary. 

B. B. Bussell, Grand Senior Deacon. 

T. H. West, Grand Junior Deacon. 

William B. Jones, Grand Marshal. 

B. H. Mitchell, Grand Pursuivant. 

N. Athon, Grand Chaplain. 

D. S. Harrison, First Grand Steward. 

D. G. Candler, Second Grand Steward. 

Isaac B. Huff, Third Grand Steward. 

James V. Greer, Grand Tyler. 



No. Lodge. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 

Location. Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



I Solomon's, 

1 Social, 

2 Stith, 

3 Benevolent, 

4 Rising Star, 

5 Macon, 

6 Golden Fleece, 

7 Columbian, 

8 Orion, 

9 Mount Hope, 
10 Olive, 

II Franklin, 

12 Cross, 

13 Americus, 

14 Marion, 

15 Zerrubbabel, 

16 Hamilton, 

17 Darley, 

18 Monroe, 

19 Washington, 

20 GenerousWarren,Monroe. 

21 Hiram, Florence. 

22 Mount Vernon, 

23 La Fayette, 

24 Albany, 

25 Philomathea, 

26 Meridian Sun, 

27 Morning Star, 

28 Union, 

29 Madison, 



Savannah. 

Augusta. 

Sparta. 

Milledgeville. 

Eatonton. 

Macon. 

Covington. 

Columbus. 

Bainbridge. 

Hawkinsville. 

Talbotton. 

Warrenton. 

Lumpkin. 

Americus. 

Tazewell. 

Savannah. 

Hamilton. 

Fort Gaines. 

Forsyth. 

Cuthbert. 



Athens. 
Washington. 
Albany. 
Elberton. 
Griffin. 
Thorn as ton. 
La Grange. 
Madison. 



1st & 3d Thursdays. 
2d Friday. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
4th Saturday. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
4th Saturday. 
2d & 4th Thursdays 
2d Saturday. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
2d Friday. 

1st Thursday. 

4th Friday. 

4th Tuesday. • 

1st & 3d Fridays. 

1st Tuesday. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

Friday before f . m. 

1st & 3d Fridays. 

2d Friday. 



G. W. Adams. 
S. D. Heard. 
J. T. Martin. 

E. P. Watkins. 
J. A. Etheridge. 
G. S. Obear. 
J. Harris. 
W. R. Jones. 
J. W. Evans. 
0. C. Home. 
J. M., Mathews. 
J. B. Huff. 
W. R. Thornton. 
W. T. Toole. 
N. M. Holten. 

. E. W. Buker. 
A. F. Johnson. 
W. A. Graham. 
R. L. Roddy. 
G. L. Barry. 

F. S. Colley. 
Wm. Carter. 
R. M. Smith. 
M. G. Robert. 
F. M. Thompson. 
J. A. Trenchard. 
W. B. Seay. 
W. W. Hartsfield. 
W. B. Jones. 
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No. 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



30 Amity, 

31 Montgomery, 

32 St. Patrick's, 

33 Kennesaw, 

34 San Marino, 

35 Houston, 

36 Unity, 

37 Fraternal, 

38 Blue Mountain, 

39 Newborn, 

40 Ebenezer, 

41 Pythagoras, 

42 Concord, 

43 West Point, 

44 Lafayette, 

46 Washington, 

47 Oglethorpe, 

48 Jackson, 

49 St. Thomas, 

50 Jasper, 

51 Hiram, 

52 St. Patrick's, 

53 Mt. Moriah, 

54 Clinton, 

55 Knoxville, 

56 Burns, 

57 Greenville, 

58 Hamilton, 

59 Atlanta, 

60 Coweta, 

61 Chattahoochee, 

62 Randolph, 

63 Georgetown, 

64 Mt. Moriah, 

65 Traveller's Rest. 

66 Cherokee, 

67 Dawson, 

68 Dawson, 

69 Carroll, 

70 Erin, 

71 Oxford, 

72 Villa Rica, 

73 Alcova, 

74 Unity, 

75 Laurens, 

76 Campbellton, 

77 Canton, 

78 Lincolnton, 

79 Few, 



Watkinsville. 

Zebulon. 

Danville. 

Marietta. 

Greensboro'. 

Perry. 

Jefferson. 

McDonough. 

Dahlonega. 

Newborn. 

Ebenezer. 

Decatur. 

Concord. 

West Point. 

Lafayette. 

Pondtown. 

Columbus. 

Hickory Grove. 

Thomasville. 

Monticello. 

Danburg. 

Louisville. 

Fayetteville. 

Savannah. 

Knoxville. 

Lanier. 

Greenville. 

Sandersville. 

Atlanta, Fulton co. 

Newnan. 

Franklin. 

Pumpkintown. 

Georgetown. 

Woodstock. 

.Montezuma. 

Rome. 

Crawfordville. 

Social Circle. 

Carrollton. 

Erin. 

Oxford. 

Villa Rica. 

Newton Factory. 

Palmetto. 

Dublin. 

Campbellton. 

Canton. 

Lincolnton. 

Buena Vista. 



1st Friday. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

1st & 3d Fridays. 

1st Wednesday. 

1st & 3d Fridays. 

1st Tuesday. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

2d Friday. 

1 st Friday. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

1st & 3d Mondays. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

1st Saturday. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

4th Friday. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

Sat. on or after f. m. 

1st Friday. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
2d & 4th Weds. 
2d &4th Thursdays. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
2d Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
3d Wednesday. 
1st & 2d Fridays. 
2d & 3d Tuesdays. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
4th Saturday. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
1st Tuesday. 
4th Saturday. 



J. C. Johnson. 
H. Greene. 

W. W. Boyd. 
J. L. Brown. 
P. B. D. H. Culler. 
R. J. Millican. 
F. D. Manson. 
N. F. Howard. 

E. Elliot. 

J. P. Evans. 

W. E. Griffin. 
S. T. Whitaker. 
Wm. P. Lester. 
J. L. Greene. 
J. M. Hughes. 
J. J. Wellons. 
A. Deckel. 

F. M. Swanson. 

G. B. Bunch. 

W. H. Looney. 
Wm. F. Parker. 
A. J. McAfee. 
J. D. Frederick. 
A. P. Mooty. 
Wm. Hodges. 
Thos. W. Beaumont. 
J. T. Dent. 

C. W. Mabry. 
R. M. Puckett. 
L. P. Dozier. 
A. Carter. 

D. S. Harmon. 
O. M. Hood. 
S. H. Perkins. 
C. H. Shipp. 
W. W. Merrill. 
Wm. N. Coppedge. 
J. S. Stewart. 

J. T. Slaughter. 
J. Webb. 
J. T. Bell. 

F. H. Rowe. 

G. Cook. 

E. G. GramliDg. 
T. D. Collars. 
E. M. Butt. 



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Location. 



Tims of Meeting. 



Master. 



80 Weston, 

81 Oak Bowery, 

82 W. P. Arnold, 

83 Zaradatha, 

84 Lithonia, 

85 Daniel, 

86 Magnolia, 

87 Jonesboro', 

88 Pinta, 

89 El Dorado, 

90 Ringgold, 

91 Western, 

92 Castens, 

93 St. Mark's, 

94 New River, 

95 Eureka, 

96 Liberty Union, 

97 Euharlee, 

98 Houston, 

99 Siloam, 

100 St. John's, 

101 Cartersville, 

102 Rose, 

103 Pleasant Ridge, 

104 Montpelier, 

105 Dalton, 

106 Quitman, 

107 Thurmond, 

108 Chappel, 

109 Summerville, 

110 Fort Valley, 

111 Stone Mountain, 

112 Walton, 

113 Tallapoosa. 

114 Alleghany, 

115 Troup Factory, 

116 Wornam, 

117 Farmer's, 

118 Kimb rough, 

120 Mackey, 

121 Caledonia, 

122 Williamsville, 

123 Baber, 

124 Furlow, 

125 Jason Burr, 

126 St. Mary's, 

127 Ancient York, 

128 Union, 

129 Ficklin, 



Hard Money. 

Ellijay. 

Wrightsboro'. 

Lexington. 

Lithonia. 

Island Creek. 

Blakely. 

Jonesboro'. 

Barnesville. 

Prattsburg. 

Welden. 

Lafayette. 

Pleasant Hill. 

Oak Ridge. 

Corinth. 

Starkville. 

Taylor's Creek. 

Van Wert. 

Houston. 

Snapping Shoals. 

Raysville. 

Cartersville. 

Whitesville. 

Grangerville P. O. 

Russelville. 

Dalton. 

Ringgold. 

Hillsboro'. 

Chapel Hill. 

Summerville. 

Fort Valley. 

Stone Mountain. 

Shady Dale. 

Tallapoosa. 

Blairsville. 

Troup Factory. 

Clinton. 

Vienna. 

Muscogee. 

Cave Spring. 

Cedar Town. 

Flat Shoals. 

White Plains. 

Plains of Dura. 

Mountville. 

St. Mary's. 

Sandy Ridge. 

Quito. 

Butler. 



1st Saturday. 

1st Tuesday. 

2d Friday. 

1st & 8d Tuesdays. 

1st Friday. 

2d & 4th Tuesdays. 

1st & 3d Mondays. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

1st & 2d Saturdays. 

Friday b. f. m. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

1st Friday. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
2d Friday. 
2d Friday. 
Last Sat. b. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Thursday. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
4th Saturday. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
2d & 4th Weds. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
3d Friday. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
1st Tuesday. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
2d Saturday. 
3d Tuesday. 
3d Friday. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
3d Wednesday. 
2d Saturday. 
Alternate Fridays. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
9 



N. B. Hall. 
R. R. Hunt. 

F. P. Brown. 

W. R. Pendley. 
A. J. Butts. 
S. S. Stafford. 

G. S. Warren. 
A. P. Turner. 
M. Dickson. 
M. Patrick. 
R. A. Lane. 

A. H. Brown. 
J. P. Clayton. 
J. T. Hall. 

G. M. Stokes. 
S. B. Smith. 
S. A Borders. 

B. L. Harris. 
H. H. Harvey. 
J. M. Dill. 

S. W. Thompson. 
W. L. Worrell. 
M. J. McMullen. 
W. R. Harden. 
D. J. Haney. 
W. L. Whitman. 
A. C. Standifer. 
John Hightower. 
A. Johnston. 

D. N. Austin. 

E. W. Hoyle. 

D. F. George. 
J. M. Janes. 
A. Young. 

J. J. Talley. 
R. W. Bonner. 
■0. P. Swearingen. 
J. H. Harrison. 
A. S. Ford. 
W. F. Janes. 
T. J. Irvin. 
T. Hightower. 
W. J. Parker. 

E. Baker. 

R. C. Evans. 
J. Bransford. 
J. E. Rosser. 



124 



WORLD'S MASONIC REGISTER. 



No. 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



Master. 



130 Salem, 

131 Lawrenceville, 

132 Long Cane, 

133 Mount Hickory, 

134 Hunter, 

135 Fergus, 

136 Cassville, 

137 Mallorysville, 

138 Howard, 

139 King David's, 

140 Claremont, 

141 Charity, 

142 Haralson, 

143 Southwestern, 

144 Ellerslie, 

145 Cohutta, 

146 Jas. Kivlin, 

147 SulphurSprings, 

148 Phi Delta, 

149 Woodbury, 

150 Carmel, 

151 Wellington, 

152 Sharon Grove, 

153 Springville, 

154 Oothcaloga, 

155 Chandler, 

156 Harmony, 

157 Pineville, 

158 Irving, 

. 159 Bowenville, 

160 Harmony, 

161 Tallulah, 

162 Joppa, 

163 Satilla, 

164 Twiggs, 

165 Roswell, 

166 Webb, 

167 Floyd Springs, 

168 Adairsville, 

169 Mount Ebal, 

170 Emory, 

171 Philadelphus, 

172 Ooapalico, 

173 Patrick Henry, 

174 Holt, 

175 Zabud, 

176 Acworth, 

177 Pine Grove, 

178 Philologia, 



Culloden. 

Lawrenceville. 

Long Cane. 

Farmersville. 

Marshalville. 

Logansville. 

Cassville. 

Mallorysville. 

Maxey's Depot. 

Culloden. 

Liberty Hill. 

Lisbon. 

Haralson. 

Oglethorpe. 

Ellerslie. 

Spring Place. 

Mulberry Grove. 

White Sulphur. 

Prattsville. 

Woodbury. 

Irwinton. 

Wellington. 

Sharon Grove. 

Springville. 

Calhoun. 

Jamestown. 

McLendon's Store. 

Pineville. 

Chickasawhatchee. 

Bowenville. 

Appling. 

Tallulah. 

Glade. 

Douglas. 

Marion. 

Roswell. 

Augusta. 

Floyd Springs. 

Adairsville. 

Fayetteville. 

St. Cloud. 

Penfield. 

Ooapalico. 

Drayton. 

Quebec. 

New Market. 

Acworth. 

Bear Creek. 

Sheffield. 



Wednesday b. f. m. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

2d & 4th Mondays. 

1st Tuesday. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

1 st Saturday. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

2d Friday. 

2d Thursday. 

Monday pre. f. m. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

2d Friday. 

1st & 3d Fridays. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

1st Saturday. 

1st & 3d Thursdays. 

Saturday b. f. m. 

1st Friday. 

1st Friday. 

1st Saturday. 

4th Saturday. 

2d & 4th Fridays. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

2d & 4th Thursdays. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

2d Saturday. 

Fri. on or a. f. m. 

Wednesday b. f. m. 

2d Tuesday. 

2d Friday. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

4 th Monday. 

2d Saturday. 

2d & 4th Tuesdays. . 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

1st Tuesday. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

1st & 3d Fridays. 

2d Saturday. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

2d & 4th Fridays. 

4th Saturday. 

1st Saturday. 



C. H. Smith. 
W. F. Kennedy. 
J. S. Hill. 
J. M. Hamilton. 
J. A. Hafer. 
E. Palmer. 
Thos. A. Ward. 

J. M. Brightwell. 

T. B. Settler. 

C. S. Florence. 
J. D. Culpepper. 

E. T. Cokey. 
N. Passmore. 
M. L. Osborne. 

F. J. S. Kimbrough. 

W. M. Ash. 

W. W. Beechum. 

S. F. Player. 

F. L. Nolan. 

B. Maynard. 
N. Mathews. 

G. J. Fain. 

E. B. Arnold. 
J. W. Hall. 
J. C. Lennard. 
A. B. Davis. 
J. D. Green. 
J. H. Wiley. 

D. C. Smith. 
J. M. Wilcox. 
J. Glover. 

W. S. Grogan. 
J. H. Mead. 
J. E. Patman. 
J. M. Veach. 
L. T. Thompson. 

E. T. Davis. 
T. P. Janes. 
J. Delk. 

W. F. Smith. 
A. J. Williams. 
G. W. Hansford. 

C. Drake. 

D. W. Fife. 

J. W. B. Summers. 



GEORGIA. 



125 



Time op Meetinq. 



Master. 



179 Trenton, 

180 Fairburn, 

181 Milford, 

182 Dallas, 

183 High Falls, 

184 St. John Baptist, 

185 Cool Spring, 

186 Carnesville, 

187 Center, 

188 Marshall, 

189 Herman, 

190 Baker, 

191 Rockwell, 

192 G. L. Barry, 

193 Coffee, 

194 Worth, 

195 Holmesville, 

196 Trader's Hill, 

197 Wells, 

198 Millwood, 

199 Lumber City, 

200 Eastern Light, 

201 Ocoee, 

202 Tunnel Hill, 

203 Ashler, 

204 And. J. Miller, 

205 Hickory Flat, 

206 Bowdon, 

207 Armonia, 

208 Hudson, 

209 Alapahaw, 

210 Brookline, 

211 Butler, 

212 Irwin, 

213 Ogechee, 

214 Ocean, 

215 Gaulding, 

216 Fulton, 

217 Waresborough, 

218 Simon Holts 

219 Gainesville, 

220 Picken's Star, 

221 Sonora, 

222 Etowah, 

223 Smith, 

224 Copia, 

225 Attapulgus, 

226 Fort Early, 

227 Altamaha, 



Trenton. 

Fairburn. 

Milford. 

Dallas. 

Cross Ridge. 

Troupville. 

Cool Spring. 

Carnesville. 

Union. 

Preston. 

Hartwell. i 

Newton. 

Mulberry. 

Brooks ville. 

Jacksonville. 

Isabella. 

Holmesville. 

Trader's Hill. 
Colaparchee. 

Millwood. 

Lumber City. 

Telfair. 

Morgantown. 

Tunnel Hill. 

Concord. 

Thompson. 

Hickory Flat. 

Bowdon. 

Duncansville. 

Glades y. Roads. 

Troublesome. 

Brookline. 

Milltown. 

Irwinville. 

Ogechee. 

Brunswick. 

Dublin. 

Atlanta. 

Waresborough. 

Colquitt. 

Gainesville. 

Jasper. 

Sonora. 

Barretsville. 

Richland. 

Magnolia. . 

Decatur co. 

Warwick. 

Johnson's Station. 



1st & 3d Weds. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

2d & 4th Mondays. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

1st Tuesday. 

1st Saturday. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

1st Tuesday. 

4th Monday. 

2d Saturday. 

1st Saturday. 

1st Friday. 

1st & 3d Fridays. 

1st Friday. 

1st Saturday. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

3d Friday. 

2d Saturday. 

1st Monday. 

1st & 3d Mondays. 

Saturday bef. f. m. 

1st & 3d Fridays. 

2d & 4th Fridays. 

1st & 3d Fridays. 

3d Friday. 

1st Friday. 

2d Saturday. 

1st Thursday. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

3d Saturday. 

Friday bef. f. moon. 

1st & 3d Fridays. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

1st & 3d Weds. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

1st & 3d Fridays. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

2d & 4th 'Saturday s. 
Friday aft. f. moon. 



A. H. Smith. 
J. Brassell. 
J. H. Ham. 
J. II. Weaver. 
S. J. Bankston. 

C. H. Howell. 
J. R. Coombs. 
J. B. Estes. 

D. Bartlett. 
J. G. M. Ball. 

F. B. Hodges. 
J. W. Solomons. 

A. M. Reynolds. 

B. F. Brooks. 

A. M. McDuffie. 
D. McLellan. 

J. F. Hall. 
R. A. Baker. 

D. B. Searcy. 
W. B. Cone. 

C. J. Shelton. 

J. H. Huggins. 
J. M. Reever. 

B. G. Hooks. 

A. L. Massingle. 
W. B. L. Puckett, 
M. H. Westbrook. 
R. Williams. 

E. P. Herron. 

J. P. Z. Higdon. 
W. J. Cox. 
W. Goodfrey. 

D. T. McCall. 

G. Hurd. 

L. H. Greenleaf. 
J. C. Brassell. 
D. Mayer. 

C. L. Walker. 

F. G. Sitton. 
S. Stephens. 
W. T. Day. 

D. G. King. 

S. C. Johnson. 
J. Bridges. 
J. L. Morgan. 
, J. A. Towers. 
J. G. Brown. 

B. P. Harrington. 



126 



OEORGIA. 



Lodge. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



228 Yellow River, 

229 P. T. Schley, 

230 Mineral Springs, 

231 An. Landmarks, 

232 Mountain, 

233 Oman, 

234 Duncan, 

235 Alpharetta, 

236 Shalto, 

237 Blackshear, 

238 Camilla, 

239 Cassia. 



Yellow River. 1st & 3d Saturdays. H. W. Mills. 
Dawson. 1st & 3d Saturdays. J. L. Weston. 
Sumpter County B. J. Head. 



Savannah. 

Mountain P. 0. 

Kingston. 

Nashville. 

Alpharetta. 

Quitman. 

Blackshear. 

Camilla. 



2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 



C. A. Gordon. 
J. Harper. 
A. A. Terhune. 
W. J. Mabry. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

Organized February 4th, 5822. 

This Grand Chapter holds its annual Convocations in the City of Augusta, 
on the last Wednesday in April. It is subordinate to the General Grand Chap- 
ter. At the Annual Convocation in 5859, there were 44 subordinate Chapters in 
this jurisdiction ; the returns of which give 1682 members : Exalted, during the 
year, 204; Affiliated, 32; Rejected, 14; Resigned, 84; Suspended, 12; Expelled, 
1 ; Died, 22. Amount of dues, $1789 93. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 

1 Athens, 

2 Augusta, 

3 Savannah, 

4 Constantine, 

5 Hiram, 

6 Temple, 

7 Darley, 

8 Clinton, 

9 Columbian, 

10 Pythagoras, 

11 St. John's, 

12 Lafayette, 

13 Cherokee, 

15 Albany, 

16 Mount Zion, 

17 L. Dwelle, 

18 Perry, 

20 Franklin, 

21 Warren, 

22 Carrollton, 

23 Hudson, 



Location. 

Athens. 

Augusta. 

Savannah. 

Macon. 

Forsyth. 

Milledgeville. 

Columbus. 

Talbotton. 

Washington. 

Griffin. 

Lagrange. 

Fort Gaines. 

Marietta. 

Albany. 

Atlanta. 

Lumkin. 

Fort Valley. 

Eatonton. 

Warrenton. 

Carrollton. 

Ellaville. 



Time op Meeting. 
2d Thursday. 
3d Wednesday. 
2d & 4th Wednesdays. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
1st Friday. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 



1st Tuesday. 

2d & 4th Fridays. 

2d & 4th Fridays. 

2d Saturday. 

2d & 4th Fridays. 

2d & 4th Fridays. 

2d & 4th Mondays. 

2d Saturday. 

1st & 3d Wednesdays. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

1st Wednesday. 

2d Tuesday. ' 

4th Saturday. 



GEORGIA. 



127 



No. Name. 



Location. 



Time of Meetino. 



24 Western, 

25 Oliver, 

26 Rome, 

27 Greensboro', 

28 McDonough, 

29 Thomaston, 

30 P. T. Schley, 

31 Cuthbert, 

32 Lithonia, 

33 Haynes, 

34 Newnan, 

35 Zebulon, 

36 Etowah, 

37 Fayetteville, 

38 Chattahoochee, 

39 Mount Vernon, 

40 Walton, 

41 Adoniram, 

42 Wells. 

43 Dawson, 

44 Thomasville, 

45 Wm. J. Johnson, 



Dalton. 

Elberton. 

Eome. 

Greensboro'. 

McDonough. 

Thomaston. 

Hamilton. 

Cuthbert. 

Lithonia. 

Sandersville. 

Newnan. 

Zebulon. 

Cartersville. 

Fayetteville. 

Franklin. 

Lawrenceville. 

Monroe. 

Cedartown. 

Americus. 

Covington. 

Thomasville. 

Blakely. 



1st Thursday. 

3d Friday. 

1st Tuesday. 

3d Friday. 

2d & 4th Mondays. 

4th Friday. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

3d Friday. 

1st & 3d Wednesdays. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

2d Wednesday. 

2d & 4th Mondays. 

4th Friday. 

2d & 4th Fridays. 

1st Monday. 

Friday before 1st Saturday. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

Monday before 1st Tuesday. 

1st & 3d Mondays. 

2d & 4th Fridays. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

There is a Grand Council in Georgia, organized in 5825. We have taken 
more than ordinary pains to procure a copy of its proceedings, and have written 
more than once to obtain the requisite information, yet without success. Prom 
the sources at our command, we find that there were 15 subordinate Councils in 
Georgia in 5859, having 471 members, and that the following returns were made : 
Received and greeted during the year, 87; Affiliated, 1; Dimitted, 20; Ex- 
pelled, 1 ; Died, 3. 



GRAND COMMANDERY. 

A letter from B. B. French, M. E. Grand Master of the Grand Encampment 
of the U. S., under date of October 27th, 1860, informs us that he had issued 
the necessary authority for the formation of the Grand Commandery of Georgia, 
but had received no returns of its organization. There were four Commanderies 
in Georgia, having 207 members. 

SUBORDINATE COMMANDERIES. 

No. Name. Location. 

3 St. Aldemar. Columbus. 

4 Coeur de Lion, Atlanta. 



No. Name. 


Location. 


1 Georgia, 


Augusta. 


2 St. Omer, 


Macon. 



world's masonic register. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

ATHENS. 

Hon. Howell Cobb, Secretary of Treasury. P. M., Mt. Vernon, 22 j Athena 
chap., 1 ; 33d Supreme Council, Southern Jurisdiction, U. S. 

COLUMBUS. 

Smith, George A. B., Secretary and Treasurer of the Mobile and Girard Bail- 
road. Secretary of Oglethorpe, 47 ; Secretary of Darley chap., 7 ; Recorder 
Hope conn., 4 ; Commandery, 3. 

WEST POINT. 

Means, L. S., M.D. S. W. West Point, 43. 

Woolcox, I. M., Confectioner and Express Agent. D. P. M. West Point, 43. 

THOMASVILLE. 

Wolff, Herman, Merchant. Albany, 24 ; Albany chap., 15. 

(SAVANNAH. 

Barrit, James, Coaster. Solomon's, 1. 

Bradley, Amos J., Planter. Clinton, 54. 

Cox, William, Tailor. P. M., Solomon's, 1; P. M., Clinton, 54; P. 8, 
Georgia chap., 3 ; R. and S. M. Georgia coun., 2. 

Edwards, Thos., Liquor Dealer. Clinton, 54. 

Galloway, David H., County Officer and Notary Public. Sect'y Clinton, 54. 

Geil, Nicholas, Planter. Zerubbabel, 15. 

Glitcsh, Conrad, Cabinet-maker. Zerubbabel, 15. 

Graham, Jonathan, Dealer in Fruits, Confectionery and Toys, corner Congress 
and Drayton Sts. Zerubbabel, 15. 

Hayne, Harry. Clinton, 54. 

Henderson, Thomas, Cabinet-maker, Undertaker, and Furniture Store, 33 
Whitaker St. Zerubbabel, 15. 

Mouthon, William J. L., Lumber Merchant. Clinton, 54. 

Newton, John, Blacksmith. Clinton, 54. 

O'Brien, Augustus. Clinton, 54. 

Park, W. S., M.D., Botanic Physician. Clinton, 54. 

Parker, William Foster, General Auction and Commission Merchant, 85 Bay 
St. W. M., Clinton, 54; M. 3d Veil, Georgia chap , 3; Georgia coun., 2. 

Peterson, J. B., Chief Engineer Steamship Star of the South. Clinton, 54. 

Rockwell, Wm. S. Ancient Landmark, 231 ; P. M., Benevolent, 3; P. H. P., 
Temple chap., 6 ; T. HI., Georgia Council, 5 ; G. M. of Grand Lodge; G. K. of 
Grand Chapter; G. T. 111. H. K. T. Grand Council; P. G. C, St. Omer's Com- 
mandery, 2; D. G. M., Grand Commandery; G. M. of Supreme Council 33d, 
Southern Jurisdiction, U. S. 

Schley, Philip T, Counselor at Law. P. G. M. ; P. M. Columbian, 7 ; G. 
H. P. G. chap.; P. H. P. Darley chap., 7 ; G. Thrice 111. G. Master G. Coun.; 
P. Thrice 111. G. Master, Hope coun., 4; St. Omer's encpt., 2. 

Sichel, Joseph, Cigars and Tobacco. Zerubbabel, 15. 



GEORGIA. 129 

Sims, F. W., Publisher. St. Omer's com., 2, Macon. 

Stiefvater, A., Merchant Tailor, Bruin St. Zerubbabel, 15. 

Studor, Victor, Tailor. Clinton, 54. 

Tebeau, L., Dealer in Boots and Shoes, etc., 123 Congress St. Clinton, 54. 

Tyson, J. S. S. D. Clinton, 54. 

Wells, James T., Merchant. Clinton, 54. 



Bradt, Morris, Dealer in Gents' Furnishing Goods, Macon. Fort Valley, 10 ; 
Washington coun., 6. 

Brinson, Newton P., Merchant, Albany. Albany chap., 15. 

Brooks, Stephen S., Patten-maker, Columbus. Tyler, Oglethorpe, 47; S. 
Darley chap., 7 ; S. Hope coun., 4 ; St. Aldemar com., 3. 

Hubert, Benj. F., Merchant and Planter, Thomasville. P. M., P. H. P., 
Wm. J. Johnson chap., 45 ; St. Omer's encpt. 2. 

Ingram, W. G., Farmer, Palmyra. Irving, 158. 

Jackson, Joseph, Clothier, Talbotton. Sec'y Olive, 10; Sec'y Clinton chap., 8. 

Laurence, J. T., Practicing Physician, Postmaster, Woodbury. Woodbury, 149. 
. Lawrence, Samuel, Editor of Masonic Signet and Journal, Marietta. P. D. G. 
Master 3d Masonic District, Grand Lodge of Georgia. P. H. P., Cherokee 
chap., 13. 

Palmer, John T., Lumkin. P. M., Cross, 12 ; P. H. P., L. Dwelle chap., 
17 ; T. 111. Palmer coun., 9 ; Palestine encpt., N. Y.; P. Grand Lecturer, 1st 
Masonic District. 

Pemberton, J. S., Operative and Dispensing Pharmaceutist, Columbus. Co- 
lumbian, 7. 

Perrine, William H., Carpenter and Builder, Columbus. S. D. Oglethorpe, 47. 

Remington, Francis H., Merchant, Thomasville. P. M. St. Thomas, 49 ; 
King, Thomasville chap., 44 ; St. Omer's com., 2. 

Thompson, Francis M., Carpenter, Albany. Albany, 24 ; P. H. P., Albany 
chap., 15 ; K. and S. M. 



MASONRY AMONG THE ARABS. 

At the celebration of the Anniversary of St. John the Evangelist, in 1843, at 
Oxford, in England, Mr. Blake, the Worshipful Master of the University Lodge, 
related the following anecdote of the influence of Masonry among the Arabs. 

" He confessed," he said, " that he had formerly been prejudiced against Free- 
masonry, but experience abroad had convinced him of his error, and satisfied 
him that there was something in it beyond the mere name. He once had a 
friend, who, with his crew, had been wrecked in the Persian Gulf, when an Arab 
chieftain came down to plunder them, but, on his friend giving the Masonic 
signs, they were protected and taken to Muscat, where they were not only 
clothed and properly taken care of, but afterwards taken to Borneo. He 
knew this to be a fact ; he had it from the lips of his friend who had been 
wrecked; and it so satisfied him as to the merits of Masonry, that he resolved 
to embrace the first opportunity of enrolling himself among its members. That 
pledge he had resumed ; and from the moment he had been initiated, he had felt 
the deepest interest in the institution, and the greatest desire to promote its 
interests and extend its benefits." 



ILLINOIS. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Illinois was organized April 6th, 5840. Its Annual 
Communications are held in the City of Springfield, on the first Tuesday of 
October. It is composed of the Grand Officers, elected Past Grand Officers, 
Past Masters, and Masters and "Wardens of the subordinate Lodges. The 
revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived, as follows : — 

For Dispensations for new Lodges .... $50 00 

For every Charter, in addition 7 00 

For each Master Mason 75 

For Dispensations for Degrees 5 00 

For special Dispensations 2 00 

For Diplomas 2 00 

There are 306 Chartered Lodges and 33 under dispensation in Illinois. The 
returns at the Annual Communication, in October, 5860, of 290 Chartered 
Lodges, give a total membership, 11,712, and those under dispensation, 441, 
making, altogether, 12,153. Number of non-affiliated Masons returned, 589. 
Sixteen Chartered Lodges made no returns. The Lodges under Dispensation 
initiated during the year, 194; Passed, 157; and Raised, 132. Dues paid by 
Chartered Lodges, $7571 25. Fees and dues by Lodges U. D., $2093. 
The officers of the Grand Lodge for the present Masonic year are : — 
Ira A. W. Buck, M. W. Grand Master. 
F. M. Blair, R. W. Dep. Grand Master. 
A. J. Kuteendall, E. W. Senior Grand "Warden. 
Silas C. Toler, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 
William McMurtrt, R. W. Grand Treasurer. 
Harman G. Reynolds, R. W. Grand Secretary. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. ' 



No. Lodge. 


Location. 


Time of Meeting. 


Master. 


1 Bodley, 


Quincy. 


1st & 3d Mondays. 


H. Dills. 


2 Equality, 


Equality. 


1st Saturday. 


J. E. Gibson. 


3 Harmony, 


Jacksonville. 


1st & 3d Mondays. 


E. Scott. 


4 Springfield, 


Springfield. 


Monday bef. f. moon 


. William Lavely 


7 Friendship, 


Dixon. 


Thus, on or bef. f. m. 


J. A. Hawley. 


8 Macon, 


Decatur, 


Saturday bef. f. m. 


S. F. Greer. 


9 Rushville, 


Rushville. 


Tu. on or bef. f. m. 


J. L. Anderson. 


13 St. John's, 


Peru. 


1st & 3d Thursdays. 


, Wm. Paul. 


14 Warren, 


Shawneetown. 


Sat. on or aft. f. m. 


J. S. Rearden. 


(130) 









ILLINOIS. 



131 



NO. IiODQE. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



15 Peoria, 

16 Temperance, 

17 Macomb, 

18 Lafayette, 

19 Clinton, 

20 Hancock, 

23 Cass, 

24 Saint Clair, 

25 Franklin, 

26 Hiram, 

27 Piasa, 

28 Monroe, 

29 Pekin, 

30 Morning Star, 

31 Mount Vernon, 

33 Oriental, 

34 Barry, 

35 Charleston, 

36 Kavenagh, 

37 Monmouth, 

38 Olive Branch, 

39 Herman, 

40 Occidental, 

42 Mount Joliet, 

43 Bloomington, 

44 Hardin, 

45 Griggsville, 

46 Temple, 

47 Caledonia, 

48 Unity, 

49 Cambridge, 

50 Carolton, 

51 Mount Moriah, 

52 Benevolent, 

53 Jackson, 

54 Reclamation, 

55 Washington, 

56 Pittsfield, 

57 Trio, 

58 Fraternal, 

59 New Boston, 

60 Belvidere, 

61 Lacon, 

63 St. Mark's, 

64 Benton, 

65 Euclid, 

66 Knoxville, 

67 Acacia, 

68 Naples, 



Peoria. 

Vandalia. 

Macomb. 

Chicago. 

Petersburg. 

Carthage. 

Beardstown. 

Belleville. 

Upper Alton. 

Henderson. 

Alton. 

Waterloo. 

Pekin. 

Canton. 

Mount Vernon. 

Chicago. 

Barry. 

Charleston. 

Elizabeth. 

Monmouth. 

Danville. 

Quincy. 

Ottawa. 

Joliet. 

Bloomington. 

Mount Sterling. 

Griggsville. 

Peoria. 

N. Caledonia. 

St. Charles. 

Cambridge. 

Carolton. 

Hillsboro". 

Meredosia. 

Shelbyville. 

Nauvoo. 

Nashville. 

Pittsfield. 

Bock Island. 

Monticello. 

New Boston. 

Belvidere. 

Lacon. 

Woodstock. 

Benton. 

Naperville. 

Knoxville. 

Lasalle. 

Naples. 



Mon. on or bef. f. m. 
Monday aft. f. m. 
1st Friday. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Sat. on or bef. f. m. 
Monday bef. f. m. 
'1st & 3d Mondays. 
1st Monday. 
Sat. on or bef. f. m. 
Thurs. on or bef. f. m, 
Tu. on or bef. f. m. 
Sat. on or bef. f. m. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Tu. on or after f. m. 
1st Monday. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Tu. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
2d Thursday. 
1st & 3d Monday. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
Fri. on or bef. f. m. 
Sat. on or bef. f. m. 
Tu. on or bef. f. m. 
Last Wednesday. 
Th. on or bef. f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Tuesday bef. f. m. 
Mon. on or bef. f. m. 
Th. on or bef. f. m. 
Sat. on or bef. f. m. 
Wed. on or bef. f. m. 
Th. on or bef. f. m. 
Sat. on or bef. f. m. 
Th. on or bef. f. m. 
Tuesday after f. m. 
Sat. on or bef. f. m. 
Sat. on or bef. f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
2d Monday. 
Tu. on bf. or af. f.m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Tu. bef. & aft. f. m. 
Every Saturday. 
Wed. on or bef. f. m. 
Sat. on or aft. f. m. 



S. Tart. 

J. B. Kyle. 
A. W. Hitchcock. 
John Bennett. 
John Carlin. 

J. N. Byan. 

William McMurtry. 
S. P. Caldwell. 



J. T. Slack. 
W. S. Morgan. 
B. F. Patrick. 



James Hill. 
Newton Low. 



J. S. Whitesides. 
G. W. Turnham. 
George Broad. 

J. J. Moulding. 

J. W. English. 



William Spurgin. 



Charles Marquis. 
S. A. Hurlbut. 
C. F. Thompson. 
L. Church. 



Sylvester Stevens. 



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Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



70 Social, 

71 Central, 

72 Chester, 

73 Batavia, 

74 Rockton, 

75 Roscoe, 

76 Mount Nebo, 

77 Prairie, 

78 Union, 

79 Scott, 

80 Whitehall, 

81 Vitruvious, 

82 Metamora, 

84 De Witt, 

85 Mitchell, 

86 Kaskaskia, 

87 Mt. Pulaski, 

88 Havana, 

89 Fellowship, 

90 JerusalemTemp 

91 Metropolis, 

92 Stewart, 

93 Toulon, 

94 Morning Sun, 

95 Perry, 

96 Saml. H. Davis, 

97 Excelsior, 

98 Taylor, 

99 Edwardsville, 

100 Astoria, 

101 Madison, 

102 Rockford, 

103 Magnolia, 

104 Lewistown, 

105 Winchester, 

106 Lancaster, 

107 Fayette, 

108 Versailles, 

109 Sharon, 

110 Lebanon, 

111 Jonesboro', 

112 Bureau, 

113 Robert Burns, 

114 Marcelline, 

115 Rising Sun, 

116 Vermont, 

117 Elgin, 

118 Waverly, 

119 Henry, 



Hennepin. 

Springfield. 

Chester. 

Batavia. 

Rockton. 

Roscoe. 

Carlinville. 

Paris. 

Waukegan. 

Carlisle. 

Whitehall. 

Wheeling, 

Metamora. 

Clinton. 

Pinckneyville. 

Kaskaskia. 

Mount Pulaski. 

Havana. 

Marion. 

Aurora. 

Metropolis. 

Geneseo. 

Toulon. 

Jerseyville. 

Perry. 

Mount Morris. 

Freeport. 

Washington, 

Edwardsville. 

Astoria. 

tipper Alton. 

Rockford. 

Magnolia. 

Lewistown. 

Winchester. 

Timber. 

Fayette. 

Versailles. 

Trenton. 

Lebanon. 

Jonesboro'. 

Princeton. 

Keithsburg. 

Marcelline. 

Fort Hill. 

Vermont. 

Elgin. 

Waverly. 

Henry. 



Charles Fisher. 



2d & 4th Weds. 

2d Monday. 

Sat. on or bef. f. m. 

2d & 4th Weds. 

Tu. on or bef. f. m. 

Tu. on or bef. f. m. 

Sat. on or bef. f. m. 

Wed. on or bef. f. m. H. Tanner. 



C. A. Montgomery. 
Miles Bevel. 

E. M. Husted. 

F. Edwards. 

W. H. Taylor. 



John Bigger. 
J. F. Coppell. 

Wm. B. Allen. 
Thos. Moore. 



1st & 3d Weds. 

2d Monday. 

Wed. on or b. f. m. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. 

Monday before f. m. 

Fri. on or b. f. m. 

Tues. on or af. f. m. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

Wed. on or b. f. m, 

1st Monday. 

Fri. on or b. f. m. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

Mon. on or af. f. m 

Fri. on or b. f. m. 

Mon. on or b. f. m. 

Tuesday on or b. f. m. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. A. S. Whittaker. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. H. J. Little. 

Tues. on or b. f. m. M. D. Chamberlain. 

Fri. on or b. f. m. 

1st & 3d Thursdays. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. 

Monday before f. m. H. C. Smith. 

Tues. on or b. f. m. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. J. M. Cowen. 

Fri. on or b. f. m. J. K. Sweet. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. 

Fri. on or b. f. m. 

Saturday b. f. m. 

Sat. on or af. f. m. A. J. Stoner. 

Thurs. on or b. f. m. 

Tuesday b. f. m. G. W. Seaman. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. 

Tues. on or b. f. m. 

Fri. on or b. f. m. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. J. D. Tower. 

Sat. after f. m. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. C. S. Smith. 

Fri. b. & af. f. m. J. W. Caldwell. 

2d & 4th Tuesdays. Wm. B. Smith. 



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Time of Meeting). 



122 Mound, 

123 Oquawka, 

124 Cedar, 

125 Greenup, 

126 Empire, 

127 Antioch, 

128 Raleigh, 

129 Greenfield, 

130 Marion, 

131 Golconda, 

132 Mackinaw, 

133 Marshall, 

134 Sycamore, 

135 Lima, 

136 Hutsonville, 

137 Polk, 

138 Marengo, 

139 Geneva, • 

140 Olney, 

141 Garden City, 

142 Ames, 

143 Kichmond, 

144 De Kalb, 

145 A. W. Rawson, 

146 Lee Centre, 

147 Clayton, 

148 Bloomfield, 

149 Ewington, 

150 Vienna, 

151 Bunker Hill, 

152 Fidelity, 

153 Clay, 

154 Russell, 

155 Alpha, 

156 Delavan, 

157 Urbana, 

158 McHenry, 

159 Weathersfield, 

161 Virden, 

162 Hope, 

163 Westfield, 

164 Edw. Dobbins, 

165 Atlanta, 

166 Star in the East, 

168 Milford, 

169 Nunda, 

170 Evergreen, 

171 Girard, 

172 Wayne, 



Taylorville. 

Oquawka. 

Morris. 

Greenup. 

Pekin. 

Antioch. 

Raleigh. 

Greenfield. 

Salem. 

Golconda. 

Mackinaw. 

Marshall. 

Sycamore. 

Lima. 

Hutsonville. 

McLeansboro'. 

Marengo. 

Geneva. 

Olney. 

Chicago. 

Sheffield. 

Richmond. 

De Kalb. 

Pecatonica. 

Lee Centre. 

Clayton. 

Bloomfield. 

Ewington. 

Vienna. 

Bunker Hill. 

Fidelity. 

Ashley. 

Georgetown. 

Galesburg. 

Delavan. 

TJrbana. 

McHenry. 

Kewanee. 

Virden. 

Sparta 

Westfield. 

Lawrenceville. 

Atlanta. 

Rockford. 

Milford. 

Merona. 

Freeport. 

Girard. 

Waynesville. 



Tuesday before f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Every alter. Wed. 
Tues. on or b. f. m.J 
1st & 3d Thurs. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Weds. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
-Tues. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
Mon. on b. & a. f. m. 
Friday before f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. ni. 
Tues^ on or b. f. m. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Every Friday. 
Wed. onb. &af. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
Sat. on b. & a. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
Th. on b. & a. f. m. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Monday before f. m. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on b. & a. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on b. & a. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 



D. D. Shumway. 
P. A. Armstrong. 



J. B. Carter. 
J. M. Morrow. 



James McCabe. 
A. E. Frear. 



J. S. Morgan. 
Alonzo Ransom. 

A. S. Vandyke. 
RufusV. Viele. 
John Kendrick. 
Thos. Wynn. 
C. B. Kitchell. 

H. E. Walton. 

J. J. Vandyke. 

A. S. Converse. 



H. T. West. 
A. L. Virden. 

Chas. Downey. 

J. A. Church. 
E. F. W. Ellis. 



L. W. Fletcher. 
Fountain Jones. 



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No. Lodoe. 


Location. 


Time of Meeting. 


Master. 


173 Cherry Valley, 


Cherry Valley. 


2d & 4th Fridays. 




174 Lena, 


Lena. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 




175 Matteson, 


Joliet. 


Tues. on or af. f. m. 


Edmund Wilcox. 


176 Mendota, 


Mendota. 


2d & 4th Tuesdays. 




177 Staunton, 


Staunton. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 




178 Illinois Central 


, Amboy. 


1st & 3d Mondays. 




179 Wabash, 


Paradise. 


Fri. on or b. f. m. 




180 Moweaqua, 


Moweaqua. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


E. J. Bice. 


181 Moultrie, 


Sullivan. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 




182 Germania, 


Chicago. 


1st & 3d Thursdays 


. H. M. Peters. 


183 Meridian, 


Earlville. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 




185 Abingdon, 


Abingdon. 


Tu. on b. & af. f. m. 




186 Fort Armstrong, Rock Island. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


J. S. Gillmore. 


187 Mystic Tie, 


Polo. 


Every Wednesday. 


Jas. C. Luckey. 


188 Cyrus, 


Mount Carroll. 


Tu. on b. & af. f. m. 




189 Fulton City, 


Fulton City. 


Monday on or b. f. m 


, C. A. Chase. 


190 Dundee, 


Dundee. 


lst& 3dFridays. # 




191 Xenia, 


Xenia. 


Monday on or b. f. m, 


. James Boy. 


192 Farmington, 


Farmington. 


Sat. bef. & af. f. m. 


M. B. Mason. 


193 Herrick, 


Pontoosuc. 


Monday on or b. f. m, 


S. Hatch. 


194 Freedom, 


Harding. 


Sat. on or af. f. m. 


S. J. Chapman. 


195 La Harpe, 


La Harpe. 


Saturday bef. f. m. 




196 Louisville, 


Louisville. 


Wednesday af. f. m. 




197 King Solomon'i 


;, Katie. 


Wed. on b. & af. f. m 




198 Grandview, 


Grandview. 


Tu. on or bef. f. m. 


Dennis Hearn. 


199 Homer, 


Homer. 


Tu. on or bef. f. m. 


W. A. Conkey. 


200 Sheba, 


Grayville. 


2d&4thWednesd'ys 




201 Centralia, 


Centralia. 


1st & 3d Fridays. 




202 Sterling, 


Sterling. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 




203 Lavely, 


Williamsville. 


Sat. on bef. & af. f. m 




204 Flora, 


Flora. 


Wed. on or bef. f. m. 




205 Corinthian, 


East Paw Paw. 


Th. on or bef. f. m. 


J. C. Lamoine. 


206 Fairfield, 


Fairfield. 


2d & 4th Saturdays. 


L. D. Bennett. 


207 Tamaroa, 


Tamaroa. 


Fri on or bef. f. m. 


E. W. Payne. 


208 Wilmington, 


Wilmington. 


Wed. on b. & af. f. m 


. G. A. Gray. 


209 Wm. B. Warren 


, Chicago. 


1st & 3d Thursdays. 


Chas. Tunnicliff. 


210 Lincoln, 


Lincoln. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


J. F. Benner. 


211 Cleveland, 


Chicago. 


1st & 3d Thursdays. 


W. M. Egan. 


212 Shipman, 


Shipman. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


E. B. Vanhorn. 


213 Ipava, 


Ipava. 


Wed. on or bef. f. m. 




214 Gillespie, 


Gillespie. 


Fri. on or bef. f. m. 


C. F. Beming. 


216 Newton, 


Jasper. 


Sat. on or bef. f. m. 




217 Mason, 


Mason. 


Wed. on or bef. f. m. 


James Claypool. 


218 New Salem, 


New Salem. 


Wed. on or bef. f. m. 


John Preble. 


219 Oakland, 


Oakland. 


Fri. on or bef. f. m. 




220 Mahomet, 


Middletown. 


Mon. on or bef. f. m, 




221 Leroy, 


Leroy. 


Tu. on or bef. f. m. 




222 G. Washington, 


Chillicothe. 


Mon. on b. & af. f. m. 




223 Keeney, 


Edginton. 


Wednesday bef. f. m. 


William Fisher. 



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No. 



Lodge. 



Location. 



Time oe Mjbetino. 



Master. 



224 Mount Pleasant, Santa Anna. 

225 Owisco, Kankakee. 

226 Pana, Pana. 

227 Columbus, Columbus. 

228 Lovington, Lovington. 

229 Manchester, Manchester. 

231 Wyanett,* Wyanett. 

232 Farmers, Pelonia. 

233 Blandinville, Blandinville. 

234 Duquoin, Duquoin. 

235 Dallas City, Dallas City. 

236 Charter Oak, Litchfield. 

237 Cairo, Cairo. 

238 Black Hawk, Hamilton. 

239 Mount Carmel, Mount Carmel. 

240 Western Star, West Urbana. 

241 Shekinah, Ca/bondale. 

243 Galva, Galva. 

244 Horicon, Lane. 

245 Greenville, Greenville. 

246 Panola, Panola. 

247 Robert Morris, Minonk. 

248 Golden Gate, Prairie City. 

249 Hibbard, Brighton. 

250 Robinson, Robinson. 

251 Heyworth, Heyworth. 

252 Aledo, Aledo. 

253 Avon Harmony, Avon. 

254 Aurora, Aurora. 

255 Donaldson, Bear Creek. 

256 Algonquin, Algonquin. 

257 Warsaw, Warsaw. 

258 Bonus, Bonus. 

259 New Berlin, Carter. 

260 Mattoon, Mattoon. 

261 Amon, Amon. 

262 Channahon, Channahon. 

263 Illinois, Peoria. 

264 Franklin Grove, Franklin Grove. 

265 Vermilion, Dallas. 

266 Kingston, Kingston. 

267 La Prairie, La Prairie. 

268 Paris, Paris. 

269 Wheaton, Wheaton. 

270 Levi LuBk, Arlington. 
271, Blaney, Chicago. 

272 Carmi, Carmi. 

273 Miners, Galena. 

274 Byron, Byron. 



Wed. on or bef. f. m. 

Wed. on b. & af. f. m. 

Th. on b. & af. f. m. S. Dickey. 

Mon. on or bef. f. m. A. B. McNeal. 

Th. on or bef. f. m. 

Tu. on or bef. f. m. 

2d & 4th Fridays. 

Sat. on b. & aft. f. m. J. W. Golitely. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

Th. on or bef. f. m. 

Sat. on or bef. f. m. B. F. Newlon. 

Wed. on or bef. f. m. 

1st Tuesday. 

Tu. on or bef. f. m. 

Tu. on or bef. f. m. 

1st & 3d Mondays. N. C. Beasley. 

Sat. on or bef. f. m. W. S. Post. 

Sat. on b. & af. f. m. R. B. Carson. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

Wed. on or bef. f. m. 

Th. on or bef. f. m. Jacob C. Myer. 

Wed. on or bef. f. m. Jacob McChesney. 

1st Tuesday. 

Mon. on or bef. f. m. 

Th. on or b. n. & f. m. J. T. Cox. 

Th. on or bef. f. m. 

Tu. on or bef. f. m. 

1st & 3d Thursdays. 

2d&4thWednesd'ys. 

Tu. on or bef. f. m. William Gordon. 

Wed. on b. & af. f. m. S. A. French. 

Sat. on or bef. f. m. Peter Baker. 

1st & 3d Fridays. 

Sat. on or bef. f. m. 

lst&3dWednesd'ys. A. M. True. 

Tu. on or bef. f. m. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. J. B. Schermerhorn. 

1st Tuesday. 

Sat. on or bef. f. m. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. M. M. Bedford. 

1st & 3d Sat. af. f. m. 

Mon. on or bef. f. m. C. M. Kearn. 

Th. on or aft. f. m. J. Curl. 

Wed. bef. & af. f. m. L. J. Bliss. 

Wed. on or bef. f. m. 

2d&4thWednesd'ys. 

Tu. on or bef. f. m. T. W. Hay. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. E. S. Parker. 

Th. on or bef. f. m. J. S. Kosier. 



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No. Lodge. 


Location. 


Time op Meeting. 


Master. 


275 Milton, 


Milton. 


Tu. on on bef. f. m. 




276 Elizabeth, 


Elizabethtown. 


1st Monday. 


J. K. Shipp. 


277 Accordia, 


Chicago. 


2d & 4th Fridays. 




278 Joe Daviess, 


Warren. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 




279 Neoga, 


Neoga. 


Th. on or bef. f. m. 




280 Kansas, 


Kansas. 


Wed. on or bef. f. m 




281 Martinsville, 


Martinsville. 


Sat. on or bef. f. m. 




282 Brooklyn, 


Melugin's Grove. 


Wed. on or bef. f. m 




283 Meteor, 


Sandwich. 


Fri. on or bef. f. m. 




284 Alton, 


Alton. 


2d Thursday. 




285 Catlin, 


Catlin. 


2d & 4th Mondays. 




286 Plymouth, 


Plymouth. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 




287 De Soto, 


De Soto. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


D. Gilbert. 


288 Genoa. 


Genoa. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


T. Carr. 


289 Iroquois, 


Middleport. 


1st & 3d Thursdays. 


M. V. B. Harwood. 


■290 Cache, 


Mound City. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


O. Wilson. 


291 Wataga, 


Wataga. 


lst&3dWednesd'ys 


. S. C. Dean. 


292 Chenoa, 


Chenoa. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 




293 Prophetstown, 


Prophetstown. 


1st & 3d Saturdays.. 




294 Pontiac, 


Pontiac. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 




295 Dills, 


Breckinridge. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


H. C. Moss. 


296 Quincy, 


Quincy. 


1st & 3d Fridays. 




297 Benjamin, 


Camp Point. 


Thursday b. f. m. 


J. A. Roih. 


298 Wauconda, 


Wauconda. 


Thurs. on or b. f. m. 


S. Dewey. 


299 Mechanicsburg, Mechanicsburg. 


Friday b. f. m. 




300 Hanover, 


Hanover. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 




301 Ingersoll, 


Courtland. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 




302 Durand, 


Durand. 


1st Thursday. 




303 Eaven, 


Oswego, 


lst&3dWednesd'ys. 


J. D. Kennedy. 


304 Cement, 


Utica. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


J. B. Peckham. 


305 Morse, 


Onargo. 


Tues. on b. & aft. f. m 




306 Wm. C. Hobbs, 


Eureka. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 




307 T. J. Picket, 


Bushnell. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


J. H. Smith. 


308 Ashlar, 


Chicago. 


1st & 3d Thursdays. 




309 Harvard, 


Harvard. 


1st & 3d Mondays. 


T. B. Wakeman. 


310 Dearborn, 


Chicago. 


2d & 4th Tuesdays. 


E. W. Jones. 


311 Kilwinning, 


Chicago. 


1st & 3d Thursdays. 




312 Ionic, 


Decatur. 




.George Goodman. 


313 York, 


York. 


Tu. on or b. n. & f. m. 




314 Palatine, 


Palatine. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 


P. C. Lusk. 


315 Erwin, 


Alton. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 




316 A. Jonas, 


Oakalla. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


R. D. Foster. 


317 New Liberty, 


New Liberty. 


Sat. on or aft. f. m. 




318 J. L. Anderson 


, Augusta. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


J. C. Bertholf. 


319 Doric, 


Moline. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 




320 Malta, 


Malta. 


2d & 4th Thursdays. 




321 Dunlap, 


Morrison. 


Mon. onl). or a. f. m. 


Wm. Lane. 


322 Windsor, 


Windsor. 


Tu. on b. or a. f. m. 


C. H. Brunk. 


323 Orient, 


Lisbon. 


Alternate Mondays. 





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1ST 



Time of Meeting. Master. 

2d & last Tuesdays. 

Saturday after f. m. 

1st & 3d Wednesd'ys. 

Thurs. on or b. f. m. 

2d & 4th Tuesdays. Wm. Renwick. 

Tues. on or b. f. m. 

Jacob J. Friend. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

Jas. Davis. 

2d Thursday. 0. H. Miner. 

Albert Pothoff. 

Thurs. on or b. f. m. 

E. W. Roberts. 

Philip J. Wardner. 

0. N. Stafford. 

J. L. Beirne. 

1st Thursday. 

Wilson Ong. 

Wm. K. Palmer. 

Abm. Leonard. 

W. A. Smith. 

D. H. Morgan. 

Thos. S. Angier. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

Aaron Weider, 

David Corwin. 

David Wadsworth. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 
B. F. Thompson. 

Levi Lapham. 

J. E. Church. 

Pike M. Frisbie. 

B. A. Heed. 



324 Waukegan, 

325 Harrisburg, 

326 Chemung, 

327 Industry,. 

328 Grafton, 

329 Durham, 

330 Altona, 

331 Mount Erie, 

332 Tuscola, 

333 Tyrian, 

334 Sumner, 

335 Schiller, 



Waukegan. 

Harrisburg. 

Chemung. 

Industry. 

Grafton. 

Durham. 

Altona. 

Mount Erie. 

Tuscola. 

Springfield. 

Peoria. 



336 New Columbia, New Columbia. 

337 Oneida, Oneida. 

338 Grand De Tour, Grand De Tour. 

339 Saline, Cedar Bluffs. 

340 Kedron, Mount Auburn. 

341 Full Moon, Beirnville, 

342 Summerville, 

343 Arcturus,. Polo. 

344 Wenona, Wenona. 

345 Milledgeville, Milledgeville. 

346 N. D. Morse, Concord. 

347 Sidney, Sidney. 

348 Kussellville, Russellville. 

349 Sublette, Sublette. 

350 Fairview, Fairview. 

351 Tarbolton, Fairburg. 

352 Groveland, Groveland. 

353 Kinderhook, 

354 Ark & Anchor, Auburn. 



355 Marine, 

356 Hermitage, 

357 Eddy, 
U. D. Sumner, 
U. D. Princeville, 
U. D. Waubansia, 
V. D. Orion, 

V. D. Blackbury, 



Marine. 
Albion. 
Kingston. 

Princeville. 
Chicago. 
Union. 
Blackbury. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

Organized April 9th, 5850. 

The Grand Chapter holds its Annual Convocation at the place of and three 
days before the Annual Meeting of the Grand Lodge. This Grand Chapter is 
subordinate to the General Grand Chapter. There are 61 subordinate Chapters 
in this jurisdiction. At the Annual Convocation, in October, 5860, there were 
54 Chapters which made returns, showing a total of membership of 1851. The 



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number of members of Chapters which made no returns, as reported at the 
previous Convocation, was 182, making a total of 2033. The number of Ex- 
altations returned was 226 ; Admissions, 49 ; Dimissions, 65 ; Deaths, 14 ; Sus- 
pensions, 24 ; Expulsions, 7. Receipts for Dispensations, fees, and dues, $1154. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 

1 Springfield, 

2 Lafayette, 

3 Jacksonville, 

4 Horeb, 

5 Quincy, 

6 Shawneetown, 

7 Peoria, 

8 Alton, 

9 Stapleton, 
10 Union, 

11 

12 Mount Zion, 

13 Euclid, 

14 Fox River, 

15 Franklin, 

16 Herman, 

17 Illinois, 

18 Barrett, 

19 Morse, 

20 Lusk, 

21 Macon, 

22 Aurora, 

23 Freeport, 

24 Winnebago, 

25 Pekin, 

26 Bloomington, 

27 Joliet, 

28 Princeton, 

29 Clarke, 

30 Warren, 

31 Orient, 

32 Edgar, 

33 Carthage, 

34 McHenry, 

35 Harmony, 

36 Woodstock, 

37 Shabbona, 

38 Bichland, 

39 Elwood, 

40 Hutsonville, 

41 Waukegan, 

42 Lacon, 

43 Washington, 



Location. 
Springfield. 
Chicago. 
Jacksonville. 
Henderson. 
Quincy. 
Shawneetown. 
Peoria. 
Alton. 
Bushville. 
Pittsfield. 
Meredosia. 
Cambridge. 
Naperville. 
St. Charles. 
Upper Alton. 
Henry and Hennepin. 
Keithsburg. 
Bock Island. 
Macomb. 
Vermont. 
Decatur. 
Aurora. 
Freeport, 
Rockford. 
Pekin. 

Bloomington. 
Joliet. 
Princeton. 
Beardstown. 
Monmouth. 
Morris. 
Paris. 
Carthage. 
McHenry. 
Lawrenceville. 
Woodstock. 
Ottawa. 
Olney. 
Kankakee. 
Hutsonville. 
Waukegan. 
Lacon. 
Chicago. 



Time of Meeting. 
Monday after full moon. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 

1st Saturday. 

Last Saturday. 

Monday of f. m. 

1st Thursday. 

Friday on or before f. m. 

2d Monday. 

Monday before full moon. 

1st Monday. 

1st & 3d Fridays. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
Friday on or bef. full moon. 
2d Thursday. 

Wednesday before full moon. 
Tuesday before full moon. 
2d Friday. 

1st & 3d Wednesdays. 
Wednesday before full moon. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
1st Tuesday. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
1st Monday. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Thursday on or bef. f. moon. 
2d Monday. 
2d Wednesday. 
1st Thursday. 
Monday on or before f. m. 
.Wednesday before full moon. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
1st & 3d Wednesdays. 
1st & 3d Wednesdays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Saturday after full moon. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
Tuesday before full moon. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 







ILLINOIS. 


139 


No. 


Name. 


Location. 


Time op Meeting. 


44 


Duquoin, 


Duquoin. 


2d Monday. 


45 


Egyptian, 


Joneaboro'. 


1st Friday. 


46 


Galesburg, 


Galesburg. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 


47 


Kewanee, 


Kewanee. 


1st & 3d Wednesdays. 


48 


Markwell, 


Monticello. 


Thursday before full moon.* 


49 


Sycamore, 


Sycamore. 


2d & 4th Monday. 


50 


Urbana, 


West Urbana. 


Thursday on or before f. m. 


51 


Joe Daviess, 


Galena. 


1st & 3d Thursdays. 


52 


De Kalb, 


De Kalb. 


1st & 3d Fridays. 


53 


Burke, 


Carlinville. 


Friday on or before f. m. 


54 


Keystone, 


Charleston. 




55 


Blair, 


Shelbyville. 


Tuesday after full moon. 


56 


Na-chu-sa, 


Dixon. 


1st & 3d Monday. 


57 


Sterling, 


Sterling. 


Wednesday on or b. f. m. 


58 


Clement, 


Utica. 


Thursday on or after f. m. 


59 


Goodbrake, 


Clinton. 


1st Thursday. 


60 


Peru, 


Peru, 


2d & 4th Thursdays. 


U.D 


. H. G. Reynolds, 


Danville. 





GRAND COUNCIL. 

Organized 5853. 
The Annual Convocation of the Grand Council is held in Springfield, on the 
last Thursday in September. It has 10 subordinate Councils under its jurisdic- 
tion. At the Annual Convocation, in 5860, five subordinate Councils made 
returns, as follows : Number of Members, 174 ; Promotions, 47 ; Admitted, 2 ; 
Died, 2 ; Dimitted, 5. Dues paid, $90 50. 





SUBORDINATE 


COUNCILS. 


No. Name. 


Location. 


Time of Meeting. 


1 Illinois, 






2 Springfield, 


Springfield. 


3d Monday after full moon, 


3 Alton, 


Alton. 




4 Chicago, 


Chicago. 


1st Saturday. 


5 Jacksonville, 






6 Rushville, 






7 Saint Louis, 






8 Orion, 


Princeton. 


Saturday on or b. f. moon. 


9 Young, 


Paris. 


Tuesday before full moon. 


10 Mattoon, 


Mattoon. 





GRAND COMMANDERT. 

Organized October 27th, 1857. 
The Grand Commandery of Illinois holds its Annual Conclave on the fourth 
Tuesday in October. It has 9 Commanderies under its jurisdiction, 2 of which 
are under dispensation. The returns of 8 of the subordinate Commanderies, in 
October, 1859, gave a total of 310 members. 

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No. Name. 


Location. 


Time op Meeting. 


1 Apollo, 


Chicago. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 


2 Belvidere, 


Alton. 


2d & 4th Mondays. 


3 Peoria, 


Peoria. 


1st Friday. 


4 Joliet, 


Joliet. 


1st & 3d Wednesdays. 


5 Blaney, 


Morris. 


Last Monday. 


6 Elwood, 


Springfield. 


1st Wednesday. 


7 Freeport, 


Freeport. 


1st & 3d Wednesdays. 


U. D. Galesburg, 


Galesburg. 


1st Monday. 


IT. D. Beaumanoir, 


Decatur. 





SUBSCEIBEES' NAMES. 

ASTOBIA. 

Anderson, C. G., Tinsmith. Astoria, 100. 
Boyd, John, Merchant. S. W., Astoria, 100. 

Cummings, S. P., Merchant. Astoria, 100 ; Stapleton chap., 9 ; Bushville 
coun., 6. 

Garing, C. M., Merchant. Astoria, 100. 

Gilliland, John A., Tanner. Astoria, 100 ; Lnsk chap., 20. 

Hart, Z. E., Farmer. Astoria, 100. 

Hopkins, G. V., Physician and Farmer. Astoria, 100; Stapleton chap., 9. 

Howell, Nelson, Carpenter. Astoria, 100. 

Kerns, "William, Merchant. Astoria, 100. 

Leak, B. ¥., Cooper. Astoria, 100. 

Montgomery 1 , Rev. ~FAi, Methodist Minister. Astoria, 100 ; Lusk chap., 20. 

Ogle, Jehu, Parmer. Astoria, 100. 

Shrier, David, Tailor. J. D., Astoria, 100. 

Smith, James H., Merchant. Astoria, 100. 

Smith, P. P., Merchant. Astoria, 100. 

Smith, Samuel, Gunsmith. Astoria, 100. 

Sparks, James C, Merchant. Astoria, 100. 

Stambaugh, Jacob B., Farmer. Astoria, 100. 

Toler, William T., Physician. Astoria, 100. 



CHICAGO. 

Alshuler, Charles, Merchant. Terre Haute, 19. 

Barrell, James, Post Office Clerk. Garden City, 141. 

Benscheid, E., File Cutter. Garden City, 141. 

Haneman, A. C. B., Book-keeper. Garden City, 141. 

Nietschman, B., Collector. Germania, 182. 

Oertel, Albert G., Exchange and Collection Office. Garden City, 141. 



ILLINOIS. 141 

Scriven Charles H., Advertising Agent, No 63 Dearborn Street. Wa- 
bansia, 160. 

Staring, Henry, Superintendent Freight Depot, C. B. and Q. B. B. Garden 
City, 141. 

DE KALB. 

Burt, Stephen D., Painter. S. D., De Kalb, 144. 

Butts, Jesse D., Dealer in Lumber and Produce. S. W., De Kalb, 144. 

Coolege, John, Merchant. De Kalb, 144. 

Earl, "William D., Blacksmith and Farmer. De Kalb, 144. 

Fox, Pliny L., Lawyer. De Kalb, 144. 

Gilbert, Eli B., Justice of Peace, Joiner and Carpenter. De Kalb, 144. 

Goodell, John M., Produce Dealer. Treasurer, De Kalb, 144. 

Hopkins, Franklin, Produce Dealer. De Kalb, 144. 

Hyslop, Stephen E., Physician. De Kalb, 144. 

Johnson, U. 0., Lawyer. "Warren, 240, Pa. 

Kendall, Charles, Grocer. De Kalb, 144. 

Nichols, Israel, Dealer in Furnishing Goods, Lumber, Produce, etc. De 
Kalb, 144. 

Pierce, Bester, Farmer. De Kalb, 144 ; Eandolph chap., 5 ; Eandolph coun., 
E. and S. Masters, 5, Vt. 

Stevens, Horace M., Produce Dealer. De Kalb, 144. 

"Wetmore, Titus C, Justice of Peace and Law Broker. P. M., De Kalb, 
144 ; Apollo chap., 44, N. Y. ; Apollo encpt., 15. 

"Wright, Francis G., Physician. De Kalb, 144. 

GILLESPIE. 

Berning, Charles F., Blacksmith. Gillespie, 214. 

HOMEE. 

Kelley, J. "W., Merchant. Sec'y Homer, 199. 

Kirkley, B., Merchant. Clark, 101, Ohio. 

Thomas, Jno. B., Attorney at Law. Homer, 199 ; P. S., Urbana, chap., 50. 

3STAUTOO. 

Cohn, Morris, Merchant. Lima, 135. 

Crenshaw, Theophilus, Blacksmith and Hotel-keeper. Lima, 135. 

Green, "Wolf. De Kalb, 144. 

Harsh, Christian, Tobacconist. Eeclamation, 54. 

Loheide, Frederick "Wilhelm, Merchant. ~W. M., Eeclamation, 54. 

Bitter, Alexander, Merchant. Edwardsville, 99. 

ODELL, Livingston Co. 
Millard, A. W., Farmer. Hiram, 261, Pa. 

SIDNEY. 

Johnson, Eobert. Homer, 199. 
Upp, 0. W., Merchant. Homer, 1 99. 



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vandalia. 

Martin, "William. Temperance, 16; Macon chap., 21; Chartered member of 
Beaumanoir com., 9. 

VEEMOTT. 

Alexander, "William, "Wheelwright. Vermont, 116. 
Anderson, Robert, Tanner. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk chap., 20. 
Arnold, Joseph M., Farmer. Vermont, 116. 
Bates, David, Carpenter. Vermont, 116. 
Branson, Thomas R., Clerk. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk chap., 20. 
Carnahan, Jesse, Carpenter. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk chap., 20. 
Cleavinger, Dr. Lorenzo D., Physician. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk chap., 20. 
Cox, Caleb B., Merchant. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk chap., 20. 
Craig, John A., Parmer. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk, chap., 20. 
Dilworth, Robert, Druggist. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk, chap., 20. 
Driesbach, Jones, Farmer. Vermont, 116 ; Scribe, Lusk chap., 20. 
Durell, William M., Lumber Merchant. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk chap., 20. 
Frisbie, Agur G., Justice of Peace. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk chap., 20. 
Gardner, Ephraim C, Physician. Vermont, 116. 
Glore, Christopher C, Brickmaker. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk chap., 20. 
Harland, John, Farmer. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk chap., 20. 
Hartford, James, Miller. Vermont, 116. 

Jacob, Harrison S., Chairmaker. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk chap., 20 ; Rushville 
coun., 4 ; R. and S. Master. 

Kirkbride, Andrew B., Miller. Vermont, 116. 

Kirkbride, David, Hotel-keeper. Vermont, 116; Lusk chap., 20. 

Kirkbride, Eleazer, Miller. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk chap., 20. 

Kelly, James W., Merchant. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk chap., 20. 

Moore, Edward T., Carpenter. Steward, Vermont, 116. 

Ross, Harvey L., Merchant. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk chap., 20. 

Seaborn, Johnston, Farmer. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk chap., 20. 

Sidwell, Thomas E., Clerk. Vermont, 116 ; Lusk chap., 20. 

Stapleford, Edward, Merchant. Vermont, 116 ; Steward, Lusk chap., 20. 

Vail, J. C, General Book Agent. Vermont, 116. 

"Wright, William B., Farmer. Vermont, 116. 



Keith, Robert, Keithsburg. Robert Burns, 113 ; Dlinois chap., 17 ; Illinois 
coun., 1 ; Apollo com., 1. 

Macalister, Daniel, Engineer and Machinist, Galena. Brearley, 2, N. J.; 
Columbia Mark, 91, Pa. 

Graham, R. H., Attorney at Law, Editor and Publisher Moline Independent, 
Moline. Union, 45, Lima, N. V. 

Van Dyke, J. J., Ashley Station, Illinois Central Railroad. 

Keown, Larkin C, Book-keeper, Alhambra. Franklin, 25. 

Williams, Thomas, Carpenter, Bloomington. Bloomington, 43. 

Price, Franklin, Mayor, Land Agent, Notary Public, etc., Bloomington. 
Bloomington, 43. 



ILLINOIS. 143 

Nicholl, "William, Clerk, Eockford. Eockford, 102 ; Winnebago chap., 24 ; 
Washington coun., 1, and Jacques De Molay com., 2, Washington, Pa. 

Anderson, James W., Harness-maker, Canton. Morning Star, 20 ; Lusk 
chap., 20. 

George, Charles, Silversmith, Mount Joliet. Mount Joliet, 42 ; Clark 
chap., 29. 

Simpson, J. L., Lumber and Grain Merchant, Hennepin. Social, 70 ; Her- 
man chap., 16. 

Kinney, Thomas J., Commission and Forwarding Merchant, Astoria, As- 
toria, 100. 

Greenleaf, George H., Merchant, Lacon. Henry, 119; Herman chap., 16. 

Willitts, Elias, Attorney at Law, Keithsburg. Keithsburg, 59. 

Bassett, Isaac N., Attorney at Law, Keithsburg. Keithsburg, 59. 

Willitts & Bassett, Attorneys at Law, Keithsburg. Keithsburg, 59. 

Stevens, Sylvester, Blacksmith, Knoxville. Knoxville, 66 ; Horeb chap., 4 ; 
Illinois coun., 1. 

McCracken, James, Farmer, Knoxville. Knoxville, 66 ; Horeb chap., 4 ; 
Illinois coun., 1. 

Dosset, James, Farmer, Knoxville. Knoxville, 66 ; Horeb chap., 4. 

Wilcox, Edward S., Farmer, Geneva. Elgin, 117. 



EXAMINE YOURSELF, BROTHER. 

We assume that Freemasonry links its membership in the golden chain of 
fraternity — that it cements friendships — that it elevates its disciples morally and 
intellectually — that it restrains the passions — that the recipients of its mysteries 
become better, more virtuous, more useful, and better fitted to enjoy the com- 
munion of the "just made perfect" in the celestial sphere ; but in assuming this, 
let each member of the craft examine himself closely, and answer the questions, 
if since his admission into the order he has made any advancement in developing 
the spiritual part of his nature ? in unfolding the internal qualities of his heart 
and mind ? if he has become a better man than he was before ? more faithful to 
his fellow-man ? more true to himself and to his God ? It is vain to assume that 
Freemasonry improves and elevates those who are initiated into its mysteries, if 
the effect is not visible in the life and conduct of its disciples. We do not 
hesitate to assert that if Freemasons will live up to the principles of Free- 
masonry, that they will become better, more useful and more virtuous men. 
Then it follows, as a matter of course, that those who are not benefited by their 
connection with the fraternity, who have not improved in their moral nature, 
who have made no progress in developing the internal qualities of the heart and 
mind, have not gained a true knowledge of Freemasonry. Examine — examine 
yourself, Brother, and see how the case stands with you ; if you have improved 
by your connection with the Masonic Institution. 



INDIANA. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Indiana was organized January ] 2th, 5818. Its Annual 
Communications are held in the City of Indianapolis, commencing on the fourth 
Monday of May. 

Its membership consists of the Grand Officers, Past Grand and Deputy 
Grand Masters, and the Masters of the subordinate Lodges. 

The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived as follows : — 

For Charters for new Lodges $40 00 

For each Initiation 1 00 

For each member (Grand Lodge dues) .... 50 

There are 263 subordinate Lodges in this jurisdiction, having 9727 affiliated 
members. The returns of the subordinate Lodges for the year ending Decem- 
ber 31, 5859, show that there were 671 Initiations, 684 Passings, 678 Raisings, 
247 Admissions, 82 Reinstations, 178 Rejections, 389 Dimissions, 83 Deaths, 
232 Suspensions, 20 Expulsions. 

The receipts of the Grand Lodge for the year ending May 26, 5860, were 
$6612 72 ; and the disbursments, $5350 76. 

The Grand Officers for the present Masonic year are as follows : — 

Alexander C. Downey, M. W. Grand Master. 

Mahlon D. M anson, R. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

William N. Doughty, R. W. Senior Grand "Warden. 

John B. Fravel, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 

Charles Fisher, R. W. Grand Treasurer. 

Francis King, R. W. Grand Secretary. 

Rev. William Pelan, Grand Chaplain. 

Daniel K. Hays, Grand Lecturer. 

William K. Edwards, Grand Marshal. 

Robert D. Brown, Senior Grand Deacon. 

William W. Clinedenst, Junior Grand Deacon. 

Henry Colestock, Grand Tyler. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



«o. Name. 


Location. 


Time of Meeting. 


Master. 


1 Vincennes, 


Vincennes. 


1st & 3d Mondays. 


Albert Hayward. 


2 Union, 


Madison. 


1st Tuesday. 


David Cope. 


3 Carlisle, 


Carlisle. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


Jas. K. O' Haver. 


4 Lawrenceburg, 


Lawrenceburg. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 


John C. McQuisto'n, 


5 Cambridge, 


Cambridge. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


Thos. Newby. 



6 Eising Sun, Rising Sun. 
(144) 



1st & 3d Saturdays. Alexr. C. Downey. 



INDIANA. 



145 



LOOATION. 



Time op Meeting. 



Master. 



7 Versailles, 

8 Parke, 

9 Boone, 
10 Napoleon, 



Versailles. 
Rockville. 
Lebanon. 
Napoleon. 



11 B'k'le Harmony,Brookville 

12 Goshen, Goshen. 

13 Washington, 

14 Bedford, 

15 Warren, 

16 Golden Rule, 

17 Harrison, 

18 Attica, 

19 Terra Haute, 

20 St. John's, 



21 Salem, 

22 Monroe, 

23 Centre, 

24 Webb, 

25 Wayne, 

26 Western Star, 

28 Shelby, 

29 Laurel, 

30 Charity, 

31 Milan, 

32 Tisgah, 

33 Tipton, 

34 Vermilion, 

35 Marion, 

36 Greensburg, 

37 Perry, 

38 Williamsport, 

39 New Albany, 

40 Clark, 

41 Laporte, 

42 Hiram, 

43 Springfield, 

44 Madison, 

45 St. Joseph, 

46 Delaware, 

47 Temple, 

48 Mt. Olive, 

49 Hagerstown, 

50 Montgomery, 

51 Aurora, 

52 Westport, 

53 Chesterfield, 

54 Clinton, 

55 Burns, 

56 Winchester, 



Brownstown. 

Bedford. 

Connersville. 

Enightstown. 

Harrison. 

Attica. 

Terra Haute. 

Columbus. 

Salem. 

Bloomington. 

Indianapolis. 

Richmond. 

Fort Wayne. 

Danville. 

Shelbyville. 

Laurel. 

Washington. 

South Milan. 

Corydon. 

Logansport. 

Eugene. 

Indianapolis. 

Greensburg. 

Lafayette. 

Williamsport. 

New Albany. 

Jeffersonville. 

Laporte. 

Centreville. 

Mt. Carmel. 

Pendleton. 

South Bend. 

Muncie. 

Greencastle. 

Delphi. 

Hagerstown. 

Crawfordsville. 

Aurora. 

Westport. 

Chesterfield. 

Frankfort. 

Manchester. 

Winchester. 



Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Monday b. f. m. 
W. of or after f. m. 
Fri. on or after f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Every other Sat, 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Friday b. f. m. 
1st Wednesday. 
3d Wednesday. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 

Saturday b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
Thur. on or b. f m. 
3d Wednesday. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Every Monday. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
Mon. of or b. f. m. 
Th. of or b. f. m. 
On or before f. m. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Thur. on or b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 



Jas. Hardesty. 
Hiram Alvord. 
Harvey G. Hazelrigg. 
Joseph E. Lange. 
Mathew Hutchinson. 
Robt. D. Jillson. 
Ralph Applewhite. 
Henry Davis. 
Christian Beck. 
James Brown. 
Geo. Bowlby. 
L. Arbogast. 
R. W. Thompson. 
John D. Mathes. 
John L. Menaugh. 
W. C. Tarkington. 
Jas. M. Tomlinson. 
S. H. Harrington. 
Jas. Johnson. 
J. K. Moore. 
Z. B. Waller. 
W. N. Doughty. 
Saml. W. Peck. 
S. W. Burlingame. 
Walter Q. Gresham. 
Horace Coleman. 
John R. Scone. 
J. M. Bramwell. 
Daniel Stewart. 
John Taylor. 
Robt. A. Chandler. 
Thomas R. Austin. 
Archibald Cameron. 
John B. Fravel. 
Eleazor Malone. 
J. K. Jameson. 
S. D. Irish. 

C. A. Stover. 
William Craig. 
Samuel Catherwood. 
A. H. Bowen. 

D. W. Mason. 
Saml. D. Smith. 
Thomas Pattison. 
L. E. Stott. 

J. F. Williams. 
Wm. J. Byers. 
Gurshom Dun. 
John B. Routh. 



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Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



57 Noblesville, 

58 Liberty, 

59 Jennings, 

60 Fountain, 

61 Hanna, 

62 Phoenix, 

63 Pleasant Hill, 

64 Evansville, 

65 Bellville, 

66 Brookston, 

67 Miami, 

68 Friendship, 

70 Brownsville, 

71 Solomon, 

72 Lewisville, 

73 Warsaw, 

74 Martinsville, 

75 Bainbridge, 

76 Meridian Sun, 

77 Mt. Moriah, 

78 Mooresville, 

79 Fulton, 

80 Hopewell, 

81 Allensville, 

82 Russiaville, 

83 Michigan City, 

84 Bloomfield, 

85 Clay, 

86 Social, 

87 Jay, 

88 Deming, 

90 Portland, 

91 New Castle, 

92 Gosport, 

93 Kokomo, 

94 Milford, 

95 Spencer, 

96 Andersonville, 

97 Albion, 

98 Fairfield, 

99 Jerusalem, 

100 Edinburgh, 

101 Hancock, 

102 Economy, 

103 Dayton, 

104 Jefferson, 

105 Grant, 

106 Blackford, 

107 Franklin, 



Noblesville. 

Liberty. 

Vernon. 

Covington. 

Wabash. 

Rushville. 

Pleasant Hill. 

Evansville. 

Bellville. 

Brookston. 

Peru. 

Hart's Mills. 

Brownsville. 

Hardinsburg. 

Lewisville. 

Warsaw. 

Martinsville. 

Bainbridge. 

Lagrange. 

Anderson. 

Mooresville. 

Rochester. 

Dillshorough. 

Allensville. 

Russiaville. 

Michigan City. 

Bloomfield. 

Bowling Green. 

Terra Haute. 

Portland. 

Manchester. 

Portland Mills. 

New Castle. 

Gosport. 

Kokomo. 

Milton. 

Spencer. 

Andersonville. 

Albion. 

Fairfield. 

Clinton. 

Edinburgh. 

Greenfield. 

Economy. 

Dayton. 

New Albany. 

Marion. 

Hartford City. 

Franklin. 



Tu. of or b. f. m. 
Wed. of or b. f. m. 
Thur. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. of or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Tuesdays. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
Monday b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. in. 
Thursdays. 
1st Saturday b. f. in. 
Friday b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Friday b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Thur. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Monday b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Thur. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
2d & 4th Thursdays. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 



S. C. Elwell. 
J. F. Gardner. 
Jeremiah Bundy. 
Elias C. Wilcox. 
Ed. S. Ross. 
Leonidas Sexton. 
J. B. Ashenhurst. 
Wm. Hubbill. 
W. C. Mitchell. 
John Medaris. 
Henry Boyce. 
John Snyder. 
R. B. Perry. 

C. R. Ellis. 
Leonidas Fox. 
T. Davenport. 
Benjamin Hayward. 
John Starr. 
Andrew Eminger. 
William Crim. 

A. W. Reagan. 
David W. Lyon. 
Schuyler Shutts. 
Benj. L. Simmons. 
W. M. Waters. 
Wm. Blinks. 
E. H. C. Cavin». 
O. H. P. Ash. 
A. L. Chamberlin. 
Thomas Black. 
Jocob Harter. 
H. C. Darnall. 
James J, Hamilton. 
James Hutchings. 
J. C. Linsday. 
Joseph H. Hedrick. 
Isaac E. Johnson. 
Joseph A. Mitchell. 

D. P. Coffinberry. 
Z. Ferguson. 
Andrew King. 

A. Clark. 

E. J. Judkins. ' 
R. Thornburg. 
P. D. Paige. 

J. A. Hutton. 
A. W. Sanford. 
H. C. Baldwin. 
J. T. Vawter. 



INDIANA. 



147 



No. 



Lodge. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



108 Milton, 

109 Jonesboro', 

110 Mystic, 

111 Burlington, 

112 Ilockport, 

113 Thorntown, 

114 Unity, 

115 Westfield, 

116 Leatherwood, 

117 Deerfield, 

118 Clarksville, 

119 Paoli, 

120 Scott, 

121 Pike, 

122 Switzerland, 

123 Lafayette, 

124 Clarksburg, 

125 Prairie, 

126 MillersTille, 

127 Annapolis, 

128 Austin, 

129 Shawwannee, 

130 Mishawaka, 

131 Larrabee, 

132 Cloverdale, 

133 Rome, 

134 Pleasant, 

135 Nashville, 

136 Vesta, 

137 Porter, 

138 Dupont, 

139 Milroy, 

140 Oakland, 

141 Russellville, 

142 North Salem, 

143 Tuscan, 

144 Alamo, 

145 Bluffton, 

146 Jackson, 

147 Farmers, 

148 Morning Star, 

149 Plymouth, 

150 Hope, 

151 Hartford, 

152 Cannelton, 

153 Orleans, 

154 Libanus, 

155 Applegate, 

156 Metamora, 



Milton. 

Jonesboro'. 

Huntington. 

Burlington. 

Ilockport. 

Thorntown. 

Perrysville. 

Westfield. 

Heltonville. 

Deerfield. 

Clarksville. 

Paoli. 

New Frankfort. 

Petersburgh. 

Vevay. 

Lafayette. 

Clarksburg. 

Bensselaer. 

Millersville. 

Annapolis. 

Tipton. 

Stringtown. 

Mishawaka. 

Stilesville. 

Cloverdale. 

Rome. 

Acton. 

Nashville. 

Jefferson. 

Valparaiso. 

Dupont. 

Milroy. 

Oakland. 

Russellville. 

North Salem. 

Lagro. 

Alamo. 

Bluffton. 

Seymour. 

Norristown. 

Davi's Corner. 

Plymouth. 

Hope. 

Hartford. 

Cannelton. 

Orleans. 

Monticello. 

Filmore. 

Metamora. 



Sat. on or a. f. m. 
Monday before f. m. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Thurs. af. n. & f. m. 
Saturdays. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
Friday b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
Every Wed. evening. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Tuesday before f. m. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Tuesday before f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Monday b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Fri. on b. & a. f. m. 
Tues. on or a. f. m. 
3d & 1st Sat. b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Tuesday before f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Tuesday after f. m. 



D. I. George. 
J. H. Jones. 
William B. Lyons. 
Jno. A. Hazzard. 
Oliver Morgan. 
Peter Sandoe. 
L. C. Garwood. 

A. V. Talbert. 
Dr. H. Malott. 
John Glee. 
Samuel Nickleson. 
James N. Riley. 
Samuel Davis. 
Thomas Enight. 
Chan. Aldrich. 
Thomas A. Carnahan. 
W. E. Dobyns. 

D. T. Halstead. 
Samuel Cory. 
James P. Tucker. 
J. W. Chambers. 
R. H. Kerr. 

B. Byrkit. 

E. Hudson. 
P. Davis. 
J. J. Lang. 
William R. Ely. 
J. S. Arwine. 
Abm. O. Miller. 
Jeremy Hickson. 
Wm. D. Houghton. 
E. H. M. Berry. 
T. P. Hervey. 
Adam Hanna. 

R. Trowbridge. 
Samuel St. John. 
Matthew H. Bonnel. 
Amos Townsend. 

A. M. Durand. 
James Moore. 

B. C. Hicks. 
Mark Pomeroy\ 

D. D. F. Larimore. 
John R. Cole. 
Paul R. Gest. 
A. F. Allen. 
Albert Kingsberry. 
W. H. Cook. 
S. B. Tremble. 



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No. Lodge. 


Location. 


TlMI OF Meehko. 


Master. 


157 Lake, 


Crown Point. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


Hiram S. Holton. 


158 Wilmington, 


Wilmington. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


R. D. Brown. 


159 Whitewater, 


Hillsboro'. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


T. F. Hamilton. 


160 Lawrence, 


Bryantsville. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


Robert L. Rout. 


161 Cedar, 


Leesville. 


Sat. on or a. f. m. 


Thomas J. Reed. 


162 Bridgeport, 


Bridgeport. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


Joseph H. Ballard. 


163 Mount Vernon, 


Mount Vernon. 


2d & 4th Mondays. 


Marcus S. Blunt. 


164 Ovid, 


New Columbus. 


Tuesday before f. m 


. Hiram Peden. 


165 Allen, 


Moore's Hill. 


Mon. on or af. f. m. 


S. H. Enapp. 


166 Newberry, 


Newberry. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


Nathan Kimball. 


167 New Waah'gton, New Washington. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


T. D. Fouts. 


168 Mt. Pleasant, 


Mount Pleasant. 


Thursday b. f. m. 


Jas. R. Bryant. 


169 Bridgeton, 


Bridgeton. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


L. B. Denehie. 


170 Summit City, 


Fort Wayne. 


Fri. on or b. f . m. 


E. L. Force. 


171 Anthony, 


Albany. 


Tuesday after f. m. 


Isaiah Sutton. 


172 Lodiville, 


Lodiville. 


Thurs. on or a. f. m 


. D. Dowdell. 


173 Stanford, 


Stanford. 


Tuesday before f. m 


. I. I. Sullivan. 


174 Newburg, 


Newburg. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 


F. D. Bullett. 


175 Greensboro', 


Greensboro'. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


James W. Crowley. 


176 Wooster, 


Everton. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


William Kerr. 


177 Springville, 


Springville. 


Friday before f. m. 


P. P. Pearson. 


178 Concordia, 


Indianapolis. 


2d Wednesday. 


George F. Meyer. 


179 Reserve, 


Sharpsville. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 


G. M. Hawthorn. 


180 Dublin, 


Dublin. 


Thurs. on or b. f. m 


. William O. Bogue. 


181 Leesburg, 


LeeBburg. 


Wednesday. 


Ed. Moon. 


182 Greenwood, 


Greenwood. 


1st & 3d Wednesd'ys 


. R. B. Loomis. 


183 Kane, 


Elkhart. 


2d & 4th Fridays. 


O. H. Main. 


184 Herman, 


Michigantown. 


Thurs. on or b. f. m 


. J. W. Price. 


185 Ligonier, 


Ligonier. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 


John C. Richmond. 


186 Darlington, 


Darlington. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


John Hiatt. 


187 Ladoga, 


Ladoga. 


Thurs. on or b. f. m 


. B. H. Nicholson. 


188 Posey, 


Leavenworth. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


G. W. Lyon. 


189 Columbia City, 


Columbia City. 


Monday before f. m 


. D. T. Davies. 


190 Oxford, 


Oxford. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


Elisha Sargent. 


191 Grandview, 


Grandview. 


2d & 4th Saturdays 


. William R. Mead. 


192 Westville, 


Westville. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


Edward P. Hurlbut. 


193 Morristown, 


Morristown. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


W. W. Woodyard. 


194 Excelsior, 


La Porte. 


1st Wednesday. 


Jos. H. Wilson. 


195 Roanoke, 


Roanoke. 


1st & 3d Fridays. 


Caleb Eldred. 


196 Richmond, 


Richmond. 


1st Tuesday. 


Lewis Burk. 


197 Zion, 


Zionsville. 


Tues. on or b. f, m. 


S. A. Lee. 


198 Ripley, 


Delaware Station. 


Thursday b. f. m. 


Calvin Huckins. 


199 Cicero, 








200 Hazelrigg, 


Jamestown. 
Rono. 




.T T? Trnttpr. 


201 Rono, 


2d & 4th Saturdays. Joseph A. Ballard. 


202 Alton, 


Alton. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


L. L. Hazen. 


203 Jerome, 

204 Terre Coupee, 


Jerome. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


Francis Galway. 


New Carlisle. 


1st & 3d Thursdays 


. T. S. Borden. 


205 Richland, 


Newtown. 


Monday before f. m 


. J. J. Schermerhorn. 



INDIANA. 



149 



Lodge. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



206 Livonia, Livonia. 

207 Fortville, Fortville. 

208 Monong, Francisville. 

209 Newport, Newport. 

210 North Eastern, Brockville. 

211 Mount Zion, Camden. 

212 Pennville, Camden, Jay oo. 

213 Moorefield, Moorefield. 

214 De Kalb, Auburn. 

215 Lima, Lima. 

216 Bayless, Waynesville. 
117 Waldron, Waldron. 

218 Flat Rock, St. Paul. 

219 Butlerville, Butlerville. 

220 Advance, Delphi. 

221 Paris, Paris. 

222 Kingsbury, Kingsbury. 

223 Lynn, Lynn. 

224 Leo, Hamilton. 

225 Star, Orland. 

226 Blazing Star, Charlestown. 

227 Warrington, Warrington. 

228 Mitchell, Mitchell. 

229 Whitney, New Burlington. 

230 Quincy, Quincy. 

231 Prince, Princeton. 

232 Cornelius, Abington. 

233 Downey, Boston. 

234 Orange, Fayettsville. 

235 Alexandria, Alexandria. 

236 Angola, Angola. 

237 Martinsburg, Martinsburg. 

238 Taylorville, Taylorville. 

239 Forest, Norristown. 

240 Stranger's Best, Boonville. 

241 Brownsburg, Brownsburg. 

242 Acacia, Washington. 

243 O'Brien, Knox. 

244 Galveston, Galveston. 

245 Ellettsville, Ellettsville. 

246 King, Warren. 

247 Perkinsville, Perkinsville. 

248 Olive Branch, Middletown. 

249 Bedding, Eeddington. 

250 Bethel, Bethel. 

251 Keystone, Allisonville. 

252 Reynolds, Reynolds. 

254 Decatur, Decatur. 

255 New Point, New Point. 



Monday before f. m. Jos. C. Wible. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. Samuel Arnett. 
Thursday b. f. m. Jacob Byus. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. James" A. Bell. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. W. H. H. Day. 
lst&3dWednesd'ys. James M. Justice. 
Thur. on or b. f. m. A. L. Somers. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. Perry K. Cotton. 
TueB. on or b. f. m. Milton F. Pierce. 
Saturdays. D. W. Rupert. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. Henry Smith. 
Sat. on or af. f. m. Peter R. Stroup. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. A. L. Underwood. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. L. F. Brougher. 

2d & 4th Fridays. B. F. Schermerhorn. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. B. F. Russell. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. Firman Church. 

1st Sat. af. f. m. R. W. Hamilton. 

Wednesday b. f. m. E. L. Knight. 

Thur. on or b. f. m. L. C. Marsh. 

2d & 4th Tuesdays. Andrew J. Hay. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. J. K. King. 

1st & 3d Mondays. John R. Riley. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. S. V. Jump. 

Tues. on or b. f. m. Andrew J. Griffith. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. J. E. Jenkins. 

Mon. on or b. f. m. Jacob Fender. 

Tuesday b. f. m. Nicholas Druly. 

Tues. on or b. f. m. Rice W. Robinson. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. A. G. Tomlinson. 

Mon. on or b. f. m. B. F. Dawson. 

Sat. on or af. f. m. David W. Voyles. 

Mon. on or b. f. m. Lewis Roberts. 

Fri. on or b. f. m. H. S. Madden. 

2d & 4th Thursdays. W. L. Barker. 

Thur. on or b. f. m. J. T. Davison. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. Rhodes W. Bunnel. 

Saturday b. f. m. Jas. O'Brien. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. Alexander Murphy. 

Tuesday b. f. m. Jas. Campbell. 

Tues. on or b. f. m. Daniel Palmer. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. G. B. Gmbb. 

Th. on or b. f. in. N. M. Grandstaff. 

Th. on or b. f. m. W. C. A. Bain. 

Saturday af. f. m. William H. Swain. 

Sat. on or af. f. m. Isaac N. Craig. 

Wed. on or b.n.&f.m. Robert W. Sill. 

Wed. on or b. f. m. Nelson P. Doty. 

Fri. on or b. f. m. David G. Pulse. 



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WORLD'S MASONIC REGISTER. 



No. Lodge. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



256 Troy, 
258 Hudson, 

260 Winslow, 

261 Monrovia. 

262 Winnamac, 

263 Sullivan, 

264 Brazil, 

265 Wheeling, 

266 North Liberty, 

267 Xenia, 

268 Miller, 

269 Independence, 



Troy. 

Manhattan. 

Winslow. 

Monrovia. 

Winnamac. 

Sullivan. 

Brazil. 

Wheeling. 

North Liberty. 

Xenia. 

Clark's Hill. 

Independence. 



1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or af. f. m. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Mon. of every f. m. 
Sat. on or a. f. m. 



K. V. Tong. 
Samuel Taylor. 
William E. Chappie. 
E. P. Stearns. 
Jas. W. Selder. 
Wm. H. Cornelius. 
Jas. M. Oliver. 
Jacob C. Polsley. 
S. Loring. 
M. D. Frazer. 
Calvin C. McDowell. 
B. H. Hannah. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

The Grand Chapter of Indiana was organized November, 5846. This Grand 
Chapter is subordinate to the General Grand Chapter. Its Annual Convoca- 
tions are held in May. It will hold its next Annual Convocation at Lafayette, 
on the 21st of May, 5861. It has 43 subordinate Chapters under its jurisdic- 
tion. The returns of the subordinate Chapters show the following work : Ex- 
altations, 120 ; Eeinstations, 5 ; Admissions, 18 ; Rejections, 12 ; Dimissions, 
49 ; Deaths, 15 ; Suspensions for non-payment of Dues, 35 ; Suspensions for 
other causes, 2; Expulsions, 4. Total number of members, 1534. Total re- 
ceipts, $2095 40. 

SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 

1 Madison, 

2 Logan, 

3 Lafayette, 

4 King Solomon, 

5 Indianapolis, 

6 King David, 

7 Vincennes, 

8 Greensburg, 

9 Cambridge, 

10 Columbus, 

11 Terre Haute, 

12 Evansville, 

13 Aurora, 

14 La Porte, 

15 La Porte, 

16 Brookville, 

17 New Albany, 

18 Maxwell, 

19 Fort Wayne, 

20 Shelby, 

21 Delphi, 



Location. 
Madison. 
Logansport. 
Lafayette. 
Kichmond. 
Indianapolis. 
Bising Sun. 
Vincennes. 
Greensburg. 
Cambridge. 
Columbus. 
Terre Haute. 
Evansville. 
Aurora. 
La Porte. 
La Porte. 
Brookville. 
New Albany. 
Connersville. 
Fort Wayne. 
Shelbyville. 
Delphi. 



Time of Meeting. 
2d Thursday. 
2d Monday. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
2d Friday. 
1st Friday. 

2d & 4th Mondays. 
Tues. on or a. f. m. 
1st Thur. af. f. m. 
3d Tuesday. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
1st Friday. 
1st Friday. 

2d Tuesday. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
2d Monday. 
Monday af. 3d Sat. 
1st Wednesday. 
Thur. on or b. f. m. 
Tuesday before f. m. 



Date op Charteb. 
Sept. 13, 5844. 
Oct. 7, 5837. 
Aug. 17, 5843. 

May 25, 5846. 

May 22, 5848. 
May 26, 5849. 
May 26, 5849. 
May 26, 5849. 
May 26, 5849. 
May 26, 5849. 
May 24, 5850. 

May 20, 5852. 
May 24, 5851. 
May 24, 5851. 
May 24, 5851. 
May 24, 5851. 
May 24, 5851. 
May 24, 5851. 



INDIANA. 



151 



No. Name. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Date of Charter. 



23 Attica, 

24 Rush, 

25 Michigan City, 

26 Wabash, 

27 Huntington, 

28 Washington, 

29 South Bend, 

30 Muncie, 

31 Kokomo, 

32 Milan, 

33 Knightstown, 

34 Bedford, 

35 Randolph, 

36 Lagrange, 

37 Parke, 

38 Salem, 

39 Lebanon, 

40 Crawfordsville, 

41 Liberty, 

42 Noble County, 

43 Edinburgh, 
46 Danville, 



Attica. 

Rushville. 

Michigan City. 

Wabash. 

Huntington. 

Washington. 

South Bend. 

Muncie. 

Kokomo. 

Milan. 

Knightstown. 

Bedford. 

Winchester. 

Lagrange. 

Rockville. 

Salem. 

Lebanon. 

Crawforsdville. 

Liberty. 

Ligonier. 

Edinburgh. 

Danville. 



2d Tuesday. 

1st & 3d Mondays. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
1st Wednesday. 
Monday b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
1st Monday. 
2d Friday. 
Friday after f. m. 
3d Tuesday. 
Tuesday after f. m. 
2d Wednesday. 
Tuesday after f. m. 
2d Monday. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
3d Tuesday. 
Monday before f. m. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or af. f. m. 



May 20, 5852. 

May 18, 5854. 
May 24, 5855. 
May 24, 5855. 
May 22, 5856. 
May 26, 5856. 
May 22, 5856. 
May 22, 5856. 
May 22, 5856. 
May 22, 5856. 
May 22, 5856. 
May 22, 5856. 
Mar. 19, 5856. 
May 21, 5857. 
May 21, 5857. 
May 21, 5858. 
May 20, 5858. 
May 18, 5859. 
May 17, 5859. 
May 23, 5860. 
May 23, 5860. 



GRAND COUNCIL OF ROYAL AND SELECT MASTERS. 

The Grand Council of Indiana was organized in 5856. Its Annual Commu- 
nications are held at Indianapolis on the fourth Monday in May. It has 12 
subordinate Councils under its jurisdiction. The returns for the year ending 
December 31st, 5859, show the following: Total number of members, 386; 
Advancements, 29; Admissions, 4 ; Dimissions, 7 ; Deaths, 4; Suspensions, 
14 ; Expulsions, 1 ; Amount of dues, etc., $235 50. 



No. Name. 

1 Indiana, 

2 Indianapolis, 

3 Shelby, 

4 Fort Wayne, 

5 Lafayette, 

6 Fayette, 



SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 



Location. 
New Albany. 
Indianapolis. 
Shelbyville. 
Fort Wayne. 
Lafayette. 
Connersville. 



No. Name. 

7 Aurora. 

8 Terre Haute, 

9 Vincennes, 

10 Wayne, 

11 Logansport, 

12 Crampton, 



Location. 
Aurora. 
Terre Haute. 
Vincennes. 
Richmond. 
Logansport. 
Attica. 



GRAND COMMANDERY. 

Formed May 16, 1854. 

This Grand Commandery is subordinate to the General Grand Encampment. 
It holds its Annual Conclave on the first "Wednesday of December. It is not 



152 world's masonic register. 

permanently located. It has 7 subordinates, only 5 of which made returns 

in December, 5859, as follows: 176 Members, 17 Knighted, 6 Withdrawn, 
1 Admitted, 1 Suspended, 1 Expelled. Total receipts of Grand Commandery, 
$273 71. 

SUBORDINATE COMMANDERIES. 

No. Name. Location. Time of Meeting. Date op Charter. 

1 Baper, Indianapolis. 4th Wednesday. Oct. 16, 1850. 

2 Greensburg, Greensburg. Sept. 1853. 

3 Lafayette, Lafayette. 1st Friday. Sept. 19, 1853. 

4 Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne. 3d Wednesday. 

5 New Albany, New Albany. Jany. 23, 1855. 

6 Connersville, Connersville. 1st Tuesday. Deer. 7, 1855. 

7 Bedford, Bedford. Deer. 2, 1858. 



SUBSCRIBERS'" NAMES. 



AURORA. 

Edwards, Wm. I., Carriage Manufacturer. Aurora, 51 ; Aurora chap., 13 ; 
Aurora coun., 7. 

Epstein, A., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Clothing. Aurora, 51 ; Aurora 
chap., 13 ; Aurora coun., 7. 

McKay, James, Blacksmith, Wilmington P. 0. Wilmington, 158 ; Aurora 
chap., 13 ; Aurora conn., 7. 

Newell, John M., Carpenter, Dillsborough P. O. Hopewell, 80 ; Aurora 
chap., 13 ; Aurora coun., 7. 

Stalder, Valentine, Foreman Blacksmith 0. and M. E. B., Wilmington P. 0. 
Wilmington, 158; Aurora chap., 13; Aurora coun., 7. 

Trester, B. P., Engineer and Master Machinist. Aurora, 51 ; Aurora chap., 13. 

Weaver, J. W., Commission Merchant. P. M., Aurora, 51 ; Aurora chap., 
13 ; Aurora coun., 7 ; Cincinnati com., 2. 

Watts, Newton, Wholesale Grocer and Commission Merchant. Friendship, 68. 

Weimer, G. W., Principal High School, late Superintendent Aurora Union 
School. Aurora, 51 ; Aurora chap., 13 ; Aurora coun., 7. 

Bailey, Thomas J., Furniture Dealer, 2d Street, west end of Moore Street. 
W. M., Aurora, 51 ; H. Priest, Aurora chap., 13 ; T. 111. G. M., Aurora 
coun., 7. 

Tuthill, Aaron, Book-keeper, 4th Street. Aurora, 51. 

Pattison, Thomas, Civil Engineer and Notary Public, corner of Main and 2d 
Streets. Secretary, Aurora, 51; P. S., Aurora chap., 13; P. C. W., Aurora 
coun., 7; Greensburg encpt., 2; D. G. H. P. of Grand Chap.; G. T. HI. G. M. 
of Grand Coun. 



34. 



BEDFORD, LawTenee County. 
Back, Charles G., Clothing Merchant. P. M., Bedford, 14 ; Bedford chap., 



INDIANA. 153 

Barnes, Dean, Hotel-keepf r and County Treasurer. Bedford, 14 ; Bedford 
chap., 34; Bedford com., 7. 

Connelly, T. P., Minister of Gospel and Teacher. Bedford, 14; Bedford 
chap., 34 ; Bedford com., 7. 

Culbertson, Henry, Farmer and Dealer in Produce. Bedford, 14 ; Bedford 
chap., 34; Indiana coun., 1; Bedford com., 7. 

Dale, L. H., Stove and Tin Dealer. Bedford* 14 ; Bedford chap., 34. 

Davis, Henry, Saddle and Harness Maker. W. M., Bedford, 14 ; Bedford 
chap., 34 ; Bedford com., 7. 

Duncan, Wm., Parmer and Hardware Merchant. Tyler, 84, Jeffersontown, 

Ky. 

Glover, James B., Carpenter and Sheriff. Bedford, 14. 

Gelwick, Andrew, County Becorder. Sec, Bedford, 14; Bedford chap., 34. 

Leach, W. W., Saddle and Harness Maker. P. M., Bedford, 14 ; Bedford 
chap., 34 ; Bedford com., 7. 

Mitchell, Jesse A., Parmer and Dealer in Produce. Bedford, 14; Bedford 
chap., 34 ; Indiana coun., 1. 

Newland, Benj., M.D. P. M., Bedford, 14 ; P. H. P., Bedford chap., 34 ; 
Indiana coun., 1 ; P. G. C, Bedford com., 7. 

Northcraft, Wm. M., Clothing Merchant. Bedford, 14. 

Beed, Samuel, Methodist Minister. Chaplain, Bedford, 14 ; Bedford chap., 34. 

Sabin, Elijah, Pres. State Bank. Bedford, 14 ; Bedford chap., 34 ; Indiana 
coun., 1 ; Bedford com., 7. 

Thornton, Henry P., Attorney, Ex-member Indiana and Kentucky Legisla- 
tures. M. M. First Grand Sec, G. L., Indiana. 

CAMBBIDGE CITY, Wayne County. 

Canfield, Silas, Cooper and Distiller. Cambridge, 5 ; Cambridge chap., 9. 

Claypool, A. B., Farmer and Trader. P. M., Cambridge, 5 ; P. H. P., Cam- 
bridge chap., 9 ; Fayette coun., 6 ; Connersville com., 2. 

Cockefair, James M., Furniture Manufacturer. S. W., Cambridge, 5 ; Cam- 
bridge chap., 9. 

Dinwiddie, Samuel, Cooper. Cambridge, 5 ; Cambridge chap., 9. 

Newby, Thomas, Cashier Cambridge City Bank. W. M., Cambridge, 5 ; Cam- 
bridge chap., 9 ; Fayette coun., 6. 

Sim, John, M.D. Cambridge, 5 ; Cambridge chap., 9 ; Fayette coun., 6. 

Vestal, Jos. W., Sweet Potatoe Cultivator and Tobacco Raiser. Cambridge, 
5 ; Cambridge chap., 9. 

Wright, Samuel, Assistant Eailroad Agent. Cambridge, 5; Cambridge 
chap., 9. 

COLUMBUS, Bartholomew County. 

Blankenship, E. T., B. E. Agent and Tel. Oper. P. M., St. John's, 20 ; P. 
S., Columbus chap., 10. 

Farrell, Wm., Boot and Shoe Dealer. St. John's, 20. 

Hamilton, Dewitt C, Fireman, M. & I. E. E. P. J. W., St. John's, 20 ; 
Columbus chap., 10. 

Hauser, Hon. N. T., Attorney. St. John's, 20 ; Columbus chap., 10. 



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Hinman, H. T., M.D., Jones' Hotel. P. M., St. John's, 20 ; P. H. P., 
Columbus chap., 10 ; K. T., P. Grand Sec. 

Mathes, John D., Dealer in Books and Stationery. St. John's, 20 ; Columbus 
chap., 10. 

Johnson, Albert, Grocer. P. M., St. John's, 20 ; Columbus chap., 10. 

Pence, David, Builder. Treas., St. John's, 20 ; Columbus chap., 10. 

"Washburn, W. A., J. P. Morning Sun, 5, Vermont ; P. M., St. John's, 20. 

CBAWFOBDSVILLE, Montgomery County. 

Cumberlin, "W., Merchant. Montgomery, 50 ; Crawfordsville chap., 40. 

Davis, Jacob, Com. Merchant. Montgomery, 50 ; Crawfordsville chap., 40. 

Fry, F. H., Merchant. P. M., Montgomery, 50 ; Crawfordsville chap., 40. 

Graham, James, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, and Clothing. Mont- 
gomery, 50. 

Knox, D. R., Crane Hotel. P. S. W., Ladoga, 187 ; Crawfordsville chap., 40. 

Langguth, Ferdinand, Music Teacher. Montgomery, 50 ; Crawfordsville 
chap., 40. 

Manson, Mahlon D., M.D. and Druggist. P. M., Montgomery, 50 ; P. H. P., 
Crawfordsville chap., 40 ; E. S. M., K. T., D. G. 

Mayer, Marx, Clothier, of the firm of Mayer & Ullman, La Fayette, Tippe- 
canoe County. Montgomery, 50 ; Crawfordsville chap., 40. 

Naylor, Isaac, Attorney. P. M., Montgomery, 50 ; Crawfordsville chap., 40. 

Smith, Samuel D., Agent Pratt's Lightning Bods. W. M., Montgomery, 50. 

Thomas, John M., M.D., Pleasant Hill P. O. P. M., Pleasant Hill, 63 ; 
Crawfordsville chap., 40. 

Vance, W. C, Clerk of Court. P. M., Montgomery, 50 ; P. S., Crawfordsville 
chap., 40. 

DELPHI, Carroll County.. 

Applegate, Jonathan C, Judge C. P. and Attorney. P. M., Mount Olive, 48 ; 
Delphi chap., 21. 

Bowen, Abner H., Produce Dealer and Paper Manufacturer. "W. M., Mount 
Olive, 48 ; Delphi chap., 21 ; La Fayette coun., 3. 

Buford, Wm. H, Proprietor Buford House. Mount Olive, 48 ; Delphi chap., 
21. 

Dugan, James P., Banker and Dealer in Pork, Beef, Wheat, Corn, etc. 
Advance, 220 ; Delphi chap., 21. 

Horsley, John A., Sadler and Harness Maker. Mount Olive, 48. 

Leonard, D., Ex-agent and Dealer in Stone-coal. Mount Olive, 48 ; Delphi 
chap., 21. 

Binehart, Enoch, Paper Manuf. and Grocer. Advance, 220. 

Schermerhorn, Bernard F., Attorney and Notary Public. "W. M., Advance, 
220 ; Delphi chap., 21. 

ELKHART, Elkhart County. 

Davis, Thomas G, Commission Merchant. Kane, 183 ; South Bend chap., 29. 

Hutchinson, J. H. Chaplain, Kane, 183 ; Fort "Wayne chap., 19. 

Main, O. H., Attorney. "W. M., Kane, 183 ; South Bend chap., 29. 

Strong, S. S., Dry Goods, Drugs, Groceries, etc. Kane, 183. 



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Stillman, A. H., Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. Kane, 183 ; South Bend chap., 
29. 
Pierce, Geo. L., Proprietor Clifton House. Monticello, 224, Ohio. 

rOBT WAYNE, Allen County. 

Freeman, James, Dealer in Ready-made Clothing. Wayne, 25 ; Fort Wayne 
chap., 19 ; Wayne coun., 4. 

Gray, H. C, Tanner and Leather Dealer. Summit City, 170 ; Wayne chap., 
19 ; Wayne com., 4. 

Hubbard, Charles, Locomotive Engineer. Warpole, 176 ; Ohio. 

Orff, C, Merchant. Wayne, 25 ; Fort Wayne chap., 19 ; Fort Wayne coun., 
4 ; Fort Wayne com., 4. 

Pitcairn, Robert, Supt's Clerk, P. Ft. W. and C. R. R. Mountain, 281 ; 
Mountain chap., 189 ; Mountain coun., 9 ; Mountain com., 11 ; all State of Pa. 

Saunders, Benj., Attorney and Justice of the Peace. Wayne, 25; Fort 
Wayne chap., 19 ; Rec, Wayne com., 4; Fort Wayne com., 4. 

Stelwaggon, J. A., Foreman Coppersmith. Arcana, 272, Ohio ; Wayne chap., 
19 ; Fort Wayne coun., 4 ; Fort Wayne com., 4. 

ShoafF, S. H., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Collars, Saddles, etc. P. M., 
Wayne, 25 ; P. K., Wayne chap., 19. 

Strode, James, Foreman, P. Fort Wayne Machine Shops. Union, 19, N. J. 

Taylor, W. H., Merchant. Summit City, 170 ; Wayne chap., 19 ; Fort Wayne 
coun., 4 ; Fort Wayne com., 4. 

HTJM'TIH'GTOM', Huntington County. 

Alexander, John, County Auditor. Mystic, 110 ; Huntington chap., 27. 
Dick, F., Merchant Tailor. Mystic, 110 ; Huntington chap., 27. 
McGrew, Wm., Master Builder. Mystic, 110 ; P. S., Huntington chap., 27. 
McCaughey, Samuel, Treas. of County. Mystic, 110 ; Huntington chap., 27. 
Purviance, J. W., Merchant. Mystic, 110 ; Huntington chap., 27. 
Purviance, Wm. R., Books, Stationery, Jewelry, etc. Mystic, 110. 
Wiley, Joseph, Clerk of County and Circuit Courts. Mystic, 110 ; Hunting- 
ton chap., 27. 

INDIANAPOLIS, Marion County. 

Bramwell, John M., Bookkeeper. P. M., Marion, 35 ; P. H. P., Indianapolis 
chap., 5 ; Indianapolis coun., 2 ; Raper com., 1. 

Fisher, Charles, J. P. P. M., Centre, 23 ; Indianapolis chap., 5 ; Indianapolis 
coun., 2 ; Raper com., 1. 

King, Francis. Sec, G. L., G. C. and G. C, and Rec. G. Com. ; P. M. and 
S., Marion, 35 ; P. H. P., Indianapolis chap., 5 ; P. T. I. G. M., Indianapolis 
coun., 2 ; P., Raper com., 1. 

Meyer, Geo. F., Tobacconist. P. M., Concordia, 178 ; Indianapolis chap., 5 ; 
Indianapolis coun., 2. 

Rayhouser, R. C. F., Publisher Ind. Free Mason. Summit City, 170. 

Robinson, C. B., Asst. Sup. P. and I. R. R. Humane, 21, N. H. 

Smith, Francis, Attorney and Notary Public. P. Secretary, Centre, 23. 

Way, Freeman R., Master P. and I. R. R. Essex, Mass. 

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Weinberger, Herman, Cabinet-maker. Centre, 23 ; Indianapolis chap., 5 ; 
Indianapolis coun., 2. 

Woolf, Moses, Clothing Merchant. P. M., Marion, 35 ; P. H. P., Indianapolis 
chap., 5 ; T. I. G. M., Indianapolis coun., 2. 

Wiggim, Lytle, American Hotel, opposite Union Depot. Marion, 35 ; Indian- 
apolis chap., 5 ; Indianapolis coun., 2 ; Eaper com., 1. 

JEFFEKSOITVTLLE, Clark County. 

Hutcherson, P. A., Manufacturer Agricultural Implements. P. M., New 
Albany, 39 ; New Albany chap., 17 ; Indiana coun., I. 
Cameron, A., Foreman E. E. Blacksmith Shop. Clark, 40. 
Lampton, Wm. E., Steamboat Pilot Ohio and Mississippi Eivers. Clark, 40. 

KHTGHTSTOWM", Henry County. 

Allison, Eobt,, Eeal Estate Dealer. Golden Eule, 16 ; Knightstown chap., 33. 

Brown, James, Butcher. Golden Eule, 16 ; Knightstown chap., 33. 

Canaday, N. H., M.D. Golden Eule, 16 ; Knightstown chap., 33. 

Crouse, H. M., M.D., and Merchant. Golden Eule, 16 ; Knightstown 
chap., 33. 

Glass, W. H. H., E. E. and Ex-agent. Golden Eule, 16 ; Knightstown 
chap., 33. 

Peden, Eeuben, Millwright. P. M., Golden Eule, 16 ; Knightstown chap., 33. 

Weaver, Jno., Druggist and Jeweler. Golden Eule, 16 ; Knightstown 
chap., 33. 

Whitesell, Jas. M., M.D. Golden Eule, 16 ; Knightstown chap., 33; Eaper 
com., 1. 

LAFAYETTE, Tippecanoe County. 

Amberg, Moses, Clothing Merchant, east side Public Square. Perry, 37. 

Bansemer, John C, Wholesale Grocer. P. M., Lafayette, 123; Lafayette 
chap., 3 ; Lafayette coun., 3 ; Lafayette com., 3. 

Benbridge, Thos. T., Collector W. and E. Canal. Lafayette, 81, Ohio ; P. S. 
W., Perry, 37 ; Lafayette chap., 3 ; Lafayette coun., 3 ; Lafayette com., 3. 

Blackmer, Collins, Cashier of Lafayette Bank. Lafayette, 123; Lafayette 
chap., 3. 

Jenning, David, M.D., Lafayette, 123 ; Lafayette chap., 3 ; Lafayette 
com., 3. 

Peters, Herman, Flour Manufacturer. P. M., Lafayette, 123 ; P. H. P., La- 
fayette chap., 3 ; Lafayette com., 3 ; P. G. L. of G. L. Ind. 

Eockwell, Jon. E., Lafayette, 123 ; Lafayette chap., 3 ; Lafayette com., 3. 

Taylor, John, Proprietor Artesian Bath House, and Merchant. Perry, 37 ; 
P. H. P., Lafayette chap., 3 ; P. T. I. G. M., Lafayette coun., 3 ; Lafayette 
com., 3. 

Ullman, Simon, Clothing Merchant. Montgomery, 50 ; Crawfordsville 
chap., 40. 

LEBANON, Boone County. 

Dormire, Eichard, Tanner and Shoemaker. P. M., Boone, 9; Lebanon 
chap., 39. 



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Dougherty, L. 0., Judge of C. 0. Pleas and Attorney. Boone, 9 ; Lebanon 
chap., 39. 

Evans, James, M.D., Books and Drugs. Boone, 9. 

Hazelrigg, H. G., Farming and R. Roading. Boone, 9 ; Lebanon chap., 39 ; 
Lafayette com., 3. 

Nunn, James A., Clothier. P. J. "W., Boone, 9 ; Lebanon chap., 39. 

LOGANSPOBT, Oass County. 

Bridges, S. A., Merchant. Tipton, 33 ; Logan chap., 2 ; Logansport coun.. 
11; Lafayette com., 3." 

Coleman, Horace, M.D. P. M., Tipton, 33 ; P. H. P., Logan chap., 2 ; T. I. 
G. M., Logansport coun., 11. 

Helm, Thomas B., Civil Engineer. Tipton, 33 ; Logan chap., 2. 

Menefee, Jos., Merchant Tailor. Greensburgh, 36 ; Greensburgh chap., 8 ; 
Logansport coun., 11 ; Greensburgh com., 2. 

MADISON, Jefferson County. 

Schmidlapp, Caleb. P. M., Union, 2 ; Madison chap., 1 ; received degrees of 
Knighthood at Lebanon, ; P. D. G. M. ; P. D. G. H. P. 

Cope, David, Cooper. Union, 2 ; Madison chap., 1 ; Aurora coun., 7. 

Cochrane, Robert, Carpenter and Town Librarian. St. Cuthbert's, Scotland ; 
P. M., Union, 2 ; P. S., Madison chap., 1. 

NEW ALBANS", Floyd County. 

Austin, Thomas R., M.D., Surgeon and Physician, corner of Main Street and 
Public Square. W. M., New Albany, 39 ; H. P., New Albany R. A. chap., 17 ; 
D. T. I., Indiana coun., R. & S. M., 1 ; E. C, New Albany com., K. T., 5. 

Babbitt, George S., General Ticket Agent, N. A. and S. Railroad. New 
Albany, 39 ; New Albany chap., 17. 

Hutton, John A. Jefferson, 104 ; New Albany chap., 17 ; Indiana coun., 1 ; 
New Albany com., 5. 

Martin, L. B., Proprietor De Paw House. New Albany, 39. 

Porter, Geo. W., Cabinet Manufacturer. P. M., Jefferson, 104; P. H. P., 
New Albany chap., 17 ; P. T. I. G. M., Indiana coun., 1 ; P. G. C, New Albany 
com., 5 ; P. G. M. of G. C; P. G. P. of G. Coun. 

Renshaw, J. M., Tanner and Leather Dealer. Jefferson, 104. 

Axtele, Thos., 270 Main Street. New Albany, 39. 

Creed, John T., firm of Jas. Brooks & Co., Importers and Dealers in Queens- 
ware, Hardware, and Cutlery, 282 Main Street. J. W., Jefferson, 104 ; R. A. 
C, New Albany chap., 17 ; Rec, Indiana coun., 1 ; Gen., New Albany com., 
K. T., 5. 

Dinwiddie, Hugh, Steamboat Painter, boards at Wilcoxson House, Market 
bet. Pearl and Bank Streets. Jefferson, 104; New Albany R. A. chap., 17. 

Ecker, J. M., Photographic Artist, 270 Main Street. New Albany, 39 ; New 
Albany R. A. chap., 17. 

O'Hara, Wm., Bank Street, bet. Market and Spring. Treas., New Albany, 



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39 ; G., New Albany R. A. chap., 17 ; G., Indiana conn., E. & S. M., 1 ; C. of 
G., New Albany com., K. T., 5. 

Jeffler, Isaac, firm of Lutz <fe Jeffler, Grocers and Commission Merchants, 
167 and 169 Main Street. Jefferson, 104. 

Murphy, Augustus W., Teller, Banking House of the Ohio Insurance Com- 
pany. Jefferson, 104. 

Meurer, G. Theodore, M.D., Homoeopathic Physician, Market, bet. Bank and 
Upper 3d Streets. New Albany, 39. 

McCracken, E. W., firm of McCracken & Commandeur, 256 Main Street, 
Crawford Buildings, Steamboat and House Furnisher^, also Tin, Sheet-iron, 
and Copper Workers. Jefferson, 104 ; New Albany R. A. chap., 17. 

Rager, B. J., Elm and John Streets. New Albany, 39. 

Shields, James G., 296 Main Street. Jefferson, 104. 

Perry, L. C, General Insurance Agent, 289 Main Street. New Albany, 39 ; 
New Albany chap., 17. 

LAPORTE, Laporte County. 

Frayel, Jno. B., Merchant. W. M., Laporte, 41 ; H. P., Laporte chap., 15; 
J. G. W. of Grand Lodge; Chairman Com. Correspondence. 

Wilson, Joseph H., Druggist. W. M., Excelsior, 194 ; P. S., Laporte chap., 15. 

MICHIGAN CITY, Laporte County. 

Blinks, William, Foreman, Foundery in Car Manufactory. W. M., Michigan 
City, 83. 

Bush, A. K., Carpenter and Joiner. Michigan City, 83. 

Michigan City Lodge, 83, meets Friday before full moon each month. 

Meachen, Edward, Boiler-maker. Michigan City, 83. 

Niver, James R., Moulder. Michigan City, 83. 

Lewis, J. Edwin, Telegraph Operator. Springfield, 4, Illinois. 

Roberts, H. H., Express and Railroad Agent. Michigan City, 83. 

Selsby, John, Machinist. Michigan City, 83. 

Sammons, B. F., Hardware Merchant. S. W., Michigan City, 83. 

Sherman, M. G., Physician and Surgeon. Ogdensburg, 128, N.Y.; P. H. P., 
Michigan City chap., 25. 

Walker, Henry H., Merchant. P. M., Michigan City, 83 ; P. S., Michigan 
City chap., 25, R. & S. M. 

Whiting, Geo. B., Book-keeper. J. W., Michigan City, 83. 

Wood, M. P., Master Mechanic in L. N. A. and C. R. R. Shop. Greenly, 
103, Michigan. 

EICHMOIfD, Wayne County. 

Burk, Lewis, Banker. Richmond, 196 ; King Sol. chap., 4 ; Wayne coun., 
10 ; Connersville com., 2. 

Harris, B. W., Merchant. Webb, 24 ; King Sol. chap., 4; Wayne coun... 10. 

Kern, Jacob, Clothing Merchant. Webb, 24 ; King Sol. chap., 4 ; Wayne 
coun., 10. 

Klein, Henry, Clothing Merchant. Richmond, 196; King Sol. chap., 4. 

Suffrins, John, Hats, Caps, and Furs. Richmond, 196 ; King Sol. chap., 4. 



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SALEM, "Washington County. 

Allen, J. M., Woolen Manufacturer. Salem, 21 ; Salem chap., 38. 

Coffin, B. K., Jeweler and Local Minister. Salem, 21 ; Salem chap., 38. 

Durand, John J., Druggist. Salem, 21 ; Salem chap. 38. 

Flack, W. 0., M.D. Salem, 21 ; Salem chap., 38 ; Indiana coun., 1. 

Heffren, H., Attorney. Salem, 21 ; Salem chap., 38 ; Indiana coun., 1, 

May, James G, Pro. Male and Female Select School. Salem, 21 ; Salem 
chap., 38; Indiana coun , 1 ; New Albany com., 5. 

McMahan, D. M., Cashier Bank of Salem. Salem, 21; Salem chap., 38; 
Indiana coun., 1. 

Menaugh, John L., Hardware Merchant. Salem, 21 ; P. H. P., Salem, 38 ; 
Indiana coun., 1; Bedford com., 7. 

SHELBYVILLE, Shelby County. 

Caughey, T. S., Merchant Tailor. P. J. W., Shelby, 28. 

Elliott, John, Banker. Shelby, 28; Shelby chap., 20; Shelby coun., 3; 
Greensburgh com., 2. 

Hacker, William, J. P. P. M., Shelby, 28 ; P. H. P., Shelby chap , 20 ; 
P. T. I. G. M., Shelby coun., 3; Greensburgh com., 2. 

Janes, J. W., Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots and Shoes. Shelby, 28 ; 
Shelby chap., 20 ; Shelby coun., 3. 

Levinson, Joseph, Clothing Merchant. Shelby, 28 ; Shelby chap., 20. 

Morrison, John. Ohio, 101, Va. ; P. M., Shelby, 28 ; Shelby chap., 20 ; 
Shelby coun., 3. 

Wallar, Z. B., Mercantile Salesman. Shelby, 28 ; Shelby chap., 20 ; Shelby 
coun., 3. 

Wilson, Isaac H. Shelby, 28 ; Shelby chap., 20 ; Shelby coun., 3. 

Wright, Cyrus, Attorney. P. M., Shelby, 28 ; P. H. P., Shelby chap., 20 ; 
P. Dept. T. I. G. M., Shelby coun., 3. 

SOUTH BEND, St. Joseph County. 

Davis, A. M., Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. St. Joseph, 45; South Bend 
chap., 29. 

Deming, Dwight, Mercantile Clerk. P. M., St. Joseph, 45 ; South Bend 
chap., 29. 



LABOR AND PROGRESS. 



Freemasonry is emphatically a working institution. Work, mental and 
physical, is practically taught in every lesson of the mystic science. From the 
time the initiate enters within the portals of the Temple, the duty of practical 
labor is enjoined in the symbolic instructions given to him, as well as in the 
illustrations of the ceremonials of the several degrees of Masonry. As an 
Entered Apprentice, representing Youth, he is expected to apply himself to 
acquiring a knowledge of the duties pertaining to his probationary position and 



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to prepare himself for more active usefulness in a higher sphere, that of a Fellow 
Craft, representing manhood. Having acquired a knowledge of those duties, 
which voluntarily assumed, he has obligated himself to, and exemplified practi- 
cally that the lessons taught him were impressed upon his heart and conscience, 
and that he is prepared for further advancement, the veil is uplifted and he is 
led onward to assume higher duties and additional obligations as a Fellow 
Craftsman. There can be no progress without labor, and advancement in Ma- 
sonry is, or ought to be, based upon an intelligent application of the teachings 
imparted to the candidate. The indolent novitiate, who will not apply himself 
to the proper study of Masonry as far as he has received the light, or practically 
exemplify its teachings in his daily life, ought never to be advanced beyond the 
portals of the Temple. As a hewer of wood or drawer of water, he should be 
held in a subservient position, as a learner, an apprentice. The diligent student 
alone has a right to advancement, to further progress in our mystic science. 
Those alone ought to be promoted to the degree of Fellow Craft, and in due 
time to the sublime degree of a Master Mason. The titles of the several de- 
grees indicate that of a learner, a proficient, and a Master or teacher. The Mas- 
ter's degree, implying that the novitiate and probationary periods have been 
passed, although representing that time of life when men ordinarily are ex- 
pected to cease from their active duties, it is then that the true Freemason, 
because of his temperate and regular course of life, having lived in accordance 
with the teachings of the institution, which are based upon the laws of nature 
and of nature's God, is in the possession of both mental and bodily vigor, 
and well qualified, from his mature age and experience, to be a teacher in 
Israel. As development and progress, both mental and physical, necessarily 
result from a strict observance of the laws of nature, and the active exercise of 
our faculties in harmony with the design of the Creator, so the true Freemason, 
from the time of his entrance into our mystic Order, will progress in wisdom and 
knowledge, will unfold the divine nature of his being; his faculties will expand 
with age bo long as he is capable of active usefulness, and even as is taught in 
the legend of the Master's degree, — when passed to a higher sphere, when raised 
from the earthly to the invisible world, the spirit divested of its mortal body, 
will continue, as in this life, unceasingly to develop and progress onward and 
onward, from one degree of excellence to a higher. In God's world, progress is 
impressed upon all His works. In man, created in His likeness, ultimate the 
ideal of His creations, and in and through man the grand design of the Creator 
will be perfected. Indolence and inactivity are incompatible with progress, and, 
consequently, are inconsistent with Masonic obligations and duties. The teach- 
ings of Masonry are in harmony with God's laws, and labor, even when called 
off, at refreshment, does not cease. And neither is the work of Masonry con- 
fined to the Lodge rooms ; it is there are taught those lessons which are to be 
exemplified in our daily life and practice, and in our intercourse with our fellow- 
roan. 

The workingman alone is the true Mason. The indolent, the ignorant, those 
who neither acquire a knowledge of the true objects and purposes of Free- 
masonry, nor practice its teachings, are not alone drones and useless, but are 
stumbling-blocks and impediments to the progress of the institution in fulfilling 
its mission in the elevation and improvement of the family of mau. 



IOWA. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Iowa was organized January 8th, 5844. Its Annual 
Communications are held on the first Tuesday in June. Its place of meeting is 
determined on at the previous Annual Communication. The Grand Lodge 
consists of the Grand Officers, Past Grand Officers, and the Masters and 
Wardens of its subordinate Lodges. The revenue of the Grand Lodge is 
derived from the following sources : — 

For a Dispensation for a new Lodge .... $10 00 

For a Charter 20 00 

For each member of a Lodge 50 

Five per cent, on all moneys for degrees. 

For Grand Lodge diplomas 2 00 

There are 151 subordinate Lodges in Iowa, and 2 under Dispensation. The 
number of members, as per last returns, was 4671. The returns of the subordi- 
nate Lodges in June, 5860, show 502 Initiations, 482 Admissions, 291 Dimis- 
sions, 34 Deaths, 110 Suspensions, and 24 Expulsions. The amount of Grand 
Lodge dues paid was $2558 75. 
The present Officers of the Grand Lodge of Iowa are : — 

Thomas H. Benton, M. W. Grand Master. 

William M. Stone, R. W. Senior Grand Warden. 

J. M. Griffiths, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 

C. Stewart Ells, R. W. Grand Treasurer. 

Theodore S. Parvin, R. W. Grand Secretary. 
Appointed : — 

John Scott, R. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

J. S. Dennis, W. Grand Chaplain. 

G. W. Gray, W. Grand Senior Deacon. 

L. S. Swafford, W. Grand Junior Deacon. 

T. Schreiner, W. Grand Tyler. 

J.B.Thomas, I W . GraDd Stewards . 

Kimbal Porter, ) 

J. H. Camburn, W. Grand Marshal. 

A. P. Bentley, W. Grand Pursuivant. 

E. B. C. Wright, W. Grand Sword Bearer. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. 

No. Name. Location. Time of Meeting. Master. 

1 Des Moines, Burlington. 1st Monday. E. McKitrick. 

2 Iowa, Muscatine. Monday on or b. f. m J. H. Wallace. 

3 Dubuque, Dubuque. 1st Thursday. H. S. Jennings. 

4 Iowa City, Iowa City. 1st Saturday. L. S. Swafford. 

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No. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



5 Wapello, 

6 Marion, 

7 Hiram, 

8 Mt. Pleasant, 

10 Keosauqua, 

11 Cedar, 

12 Eagle, 

13 Claypoole, 

14 Franklin, 

15 Clinton, 

16 Ottumwa, 

17 Salem, 

18 Triluminar, 

20 Burlington, 

21 Olive Branch, 

22 Pioneer, 

23 Grandview, 

24 Golden Rule, 

25 Cedar Rapids, 

26 Washington, 

27 Mount Moriah, 

28 New London, 

29 Hardin, 

30 Ilawkeye, 

31 Zion, 

32 Hogin, 

33 Winchester, 

34 Dewitt, 

35 Kirkville, 

36 Helion, 

37 Davenport, 

38 Richland, 

40 Troy, 

41 Liberty, 

42 Jackson, 

43 Evening Star, 

44 Snow, 

45 Crawfordsville, 

46 Anamosa, 

47 Bentonsport, 

48 Lowell, 

49 Metropolitan, 

50 Mount Sterling, 

51 Bellevue, 

52 La Fayette, 

53 Warren, 

54 Seevers, 

55 Pella, 

56 Birmingham, 



Wapello. 

Marion. 

Augusta. 

Mount Pleasant. 

Keosauqua. 

Tipton. 

Keokuk. 

Fort Madison. 

Bloomfield. 

Fairfield. 

Ottumwa. 

Salem. 

Oskaloosa. 

Burlington. 

Agency City. 

Fort Des Moines. 

Grandview. 

Rochester. 

Cedar Rapids. 

Washington. 

Farmington. 

New London. 

Keokuk. 

Muscatine. 

Iowa City. 

Sigourney. 

Winchester. 

Dewitt. 

Kirkville. 

Maquoketa. 

Davenport. 

Richland. 

Troy. 

Libertyville. 

Centreville. 

Winterset. 

Le Claire. 

Crawfordsville. 

Anamosa. 

Bentonsport. 

Lowell. 

Dubuque. 

Niles. 

Bellevue. 

Montezuma. 

Indianola. 

Oskaloosa. 

Pella. 

Birmingham. 



1st Saturday b. f. m 
Sat. on or after f. m. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
Monday on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
■ 1st Wednesday. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Monday on or b. f. m. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
1st Friday after f. m. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
3d Friday. 
Monday on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Saturday after f. m. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or after f. m. 
Friday before full m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Monday on or b. f. m. 
Monday b. f. m. 
Tues. b. f. m. 
1st Friday. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Saturday after f. m. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
Tuesday before f . m . 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Monday before f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Friday before f. m. 
Friday on orb.f. m. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
1st Monday. 
Friday after full m. 
Friday on or b. f .m. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st Monday. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Tuesday before f. m. 
Monday on or b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 



. John Hale. 



D. S. Carter. 
W. L. Smith. 
Jas. Shepherd. 
William Hammond. 
J. W. Stimpson. 

A. C. Roberts. 
W. C. Johnson. 
J. V. Meyers. 
T. J. Holmes. 
J. M. Way. 

J. Y. Hopkins. 
J. S. Holliday. 

F. M. Knight. 
W. T. Smith. 

N. Green. 
Geo. Green. 

G. W. Teas. 
G. W. Ringer. 
W. R. Crain. 

B. F. Dodson. 
Benjamin Beach. 
W. G. Hickman. 
J. L. Hogin, Jr. 
R. Workman. 
Wm. McKim. 

Thomas Wright. 
O. H. Watson. 
John Forgrave. 
P. W. Yost. 
William Pratt. 
S. W. Wright. 
William Pursell. 
Jas. Gamble. 
S. A. Russell. 
Robert Dott. ' 

C. Allen. 

L. L. Beery. 
T. S. Nairn. 
Henry King. 
L. Miller. 
Reuben Mickel. 
G. W. Clark. 

D. W. Gunn. 

E. D. Morgan. 
J. A. Archer. 



IOWA. 



103 



No. Lodge. 


Looaiiok. 


Time of Meeting. 


Master. 


57 Tuscan, 


Davenport. 


Friday before f. m. 


Samuel Perry. 


68 Glenwood, 


Glenwood. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


S. T. Marks. 


59 Newton, 


Newton. 


( Sat. on or b. f. m. 


J. A. Harris. 


60 Camanche, 


Camanche. 


Thurs. on or b. f. m. 


W. H. Hoyt. 


61 Oriental, 


Knoxville. 


Friday on or b. f. m. 


W. M. Stone. 


62 Vinton, 


Vinton. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 




63 Chariton, 


Chariton. 


Thurs. on or b. f. m. 


A. C. Cameron. 


64 Brighton, 


Brighton. 


Monday before f. m. 


L. B. Fleak. 


65 Blackhawk, 


Cedar Falls. 


Monday on or b. f. m. 


S. A. Bishop. 


66 Union Band, 


Frankville. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


J. M. Todd. 


67 Constellation, 


Colesburg. 


Thurs. on or b. f. m. 


Isaac Otis. 


68 Glasgow, 


Glasgow. 


Thursday b. f. m. 


N. Templeton. 


69 West Union, 


West Union. 


Wednesday b. f. m. 


Robert Evans. 


70 Clayton, 


Monona. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


J. T. H. Scott. 


71 Bluff City, 


Council Bluff. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


L. S. Hill. 


72 Elkader, 


Elkader. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


J. W. Libby. 


73 Bonaparte, 


Bonaparte. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


Oliver George. 


74 Eddyville, 


Eddyville. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


Peter Francis. 


75 West Point, 


West Point. 


Friday on or b. f. m. 


W. H. Stafford. 


76 Albia, 


Albia. 


Friday before f. m. 




77 Osceola, 


Osceola. 


Tuesday before f. m. 


E. M. Laws. 


78 Grand River, 


Leon. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


G. T. Young. 


79 Mount Olive, 


Boonsborough. 


Friday before f. m. 


C. C. Henshaw. 


80 Adel, 


Adel. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


William Ellis. 


81 Benton City, 


Shellsburg. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


A. G. Gran. 


82 Homer, 


Homer. 


Monday on or b: f. m 




83 Hartford, 


Hartford. 


Thurs. on or b. f. m 


. B. L. Steele. 


85 Epworth,' 


Epworth. 


Friday on or b. f. m. 


S. Welch. 


86 Jefferson, 


Drakeville. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


H. Kelsey. 


87 Independence, 


Independence. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


J. B. Thomas. 


89 Eureka, 


Iowaville. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 




90 Garnavillo, 


Garnavillo. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


J. H. Neitert. 


91 Corydon, 


Corydon. 


Wednesday b. f. m. 


D. Payton. 


92 Delhi, 


Delhi. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 




93 Lyons, 


Lyons. 


3d Wednesday. 


W. W. Sanborn. 


94 Butler, 


Clarksville. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


J. H. Morton. 


95 Mount Calvary, West Liberty. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


S. A. Jackson. 


• 96 Richmond, 


Richmond. 


Sat. on or after f. m 


. N. Van Patten. 


97 Marietta, 


Marietta. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


Thomas Mercer. 


98 Decorah, 


Decorah. 


Thurs. on or b. f. m 




99 Nevada, 


Nevada. 


Friday on or b. f. m 


. John Scott. 


100 Western Star, 


Clinton. 


4th Monday. 


L. Vandeventer. 


102 Osage, 


Osage. 


Thurs. on or b. f. m 


. J. L. Chase. 


103 Sioux City, 


Sioux City. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


L. D. Parmer. 


104 Abingdon, 


Abingdon. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


J. M. Scott. 


105 Waterloo, 


Waterloo. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


S. P. Brainard. 


106 Martinsburg, 


Martinsburg. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


S. McGee. 


107 Columbus City, Columbus City. 


Th. on or after f. m, 


, W. A. Colton. 



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Name. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master, 



108 Marshall, 

109 Decatur, 

110 Capital, 

111 Ashlar, 

112 Mount Vernon, 

113 Polar Star, 

114 Marengo, 

115 Star, 

116 Tyrrell, 

117 Montague, 

118 Toledo, 

119 Unionville, 

120 Adoniram, 

121 Panora, 

122 Ionic, 

123 Orange, 

124 LoTila, 

125 Mosaic, 

126 Magnolia, 

127 Cascade, 

128 Pleasant, 

129 Bradford, 



Marshall. 

Decatur. 

Des Moines. 

Fort Dodge. 

Mount Vernon. 

Indian Town. 

Marengo. 

Swede Point. 

Waverly. 

Eldora. 

Toledo. 

Unionville. 

Marshall. 

Panora. 

Atalissa. 

Guthrie Centre. 

Lovila. 

Dubuque. 

Magnolia. 

Cascade. 

Pleasantville. 

Bradford. 



130 StrawberryPointStrawberry Point. 

131 Equity, Jaynesville. 

132 Orion, Dyersville. 

133 Bellair, Bellair. 

135 Bezer, McGregors. 

136 Joppa, Montrose. 

137 Lewis, Lewis. 

138 Fontauelle, Fontanelle. 

139 Springville, Springville. 

140 Nodaway, Clarinda. 

141 St. Charles, St. Charles. 

142 Vienna, Marysville. 

143 Palestine, Millersburgh. 

144 Evergreen, Lansing. 

145 Benevolence, Mason City. 

146 Talleyrand, Talleyrand. 

147 Prairie La Porte, Guttenburg. 

148 Fairbank, Fairbank. 

149 Dayton, Dayton. 

150 New Oregon, New Oregon. 

151 Afton, Afton. 

152 Newbern, Newbern. 

153 Nishnebotany, Sidney. 

154 Waukon, Waukon. 

155 Patmos, Mechanicsville. 

156 Taylor, Bedford. 



Th. on orb. f. m. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
Tu. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
2d Tuesday. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Th. on or after f. m, 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or af. f. m. 
1st Friday. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
Monday b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. after f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Sat on or b. f. m. 



B. S. Blaney. 

S. H. Cummins. 
J. M. Griffiths. 
S. B. Olney. 
J. N. Hammer. 
Charles Gray, Jr. 

A. Hollcraft. 
G. C. Wright. 
S. Edginton. 
John Allen. 
S. H. Sawyer. 

D. N. Cook. 
S. E. Zinn. 
Allen Broomhall. 
William Tracy. 

J. S. Dennis. 
H. M. Huff. 
H. D. Crane. 
P. H. Davis. 

E. A. Haskell. 
Edwin Denton. 
Jas. Keeler. 
Luther Nichols. 
H. S. Rogers. 
0. F. Brewer. 
J. M. Hawkins. 
J. B. Carey. 

J. C. Gibbs. 
John Worrell. 
Jacob Simonton. 
E. B. C. Wright. 
E. Evans. 

G. W. Gray. 
W. E. Stanbury. 

C. P. Goodrich. 

N. Rogers. 
N. Pullman. 



William Dewey. 
J. S. Eisenhart. 



IOWA. 



165 



Location. 



[Time of Meeting. 



157 Adams, 

158 Wiscotta, 

159 Morning Star, 

160 Clermont, 



Quincy. 
Wiscotta 
New Jefferson. 
Clermont. 



Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

Organized June, 5854. 

The Annual Convocation of the Grand Chapter of Iowa in 5861 will be held 
in the City of Davenport, commencing on the first Monday after the first Tues- 
day in June. This Grand Chapter was subordinate to the General Grand 
Chapter, but at its Annual Convocation, on the 16th August, 5860, the follow- 
ing resolution was offered, and, on a vote of Chapters being taken, 28 voted ay 
and 15 nay. 

"Resolved, That we believe the ancient landmarks of Masonry make all Grand 
Masonic bodies sovereign and independent, and, therefore, we declare this Grand 
Chapter sovereign and independent, and in no manner whatsoever subject to 
the General Grand Chapter of the United States ; and this Grand Chapter is 
forever absolved from all connection therewith." 

There are 26 subordinate Chapters in this jurisdiction, 21 of which made 
returns at the Annual Convocation in 5860, which sum up the following totals : 
Number of members, 631 ; Exalted, 51 ; Admitted, 3 ; Dimitted, 16 ; Died, 9 ; 
Suspended, 15 ; Expelled, 3 ; Amount of dues, $852 25. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 

1 Iowa, 

2 Iowa City, 

3 Dubuque, 

4 Washington, 

5 McCord, 

6 Hiram, 

7 Gate City, 

8 Henry, 

9 Clinton, 

10 Marion, 

11 Lebanon, 

12 Gebal, 

13 Cyrus, 

14 Corinthian, 

15 Adoniram, 

16 Davenport, 

17 Mount Moriah, 

18 Tadmor, 

19 Siloam, 

20 Valley, 

21 Aholiab, 



Location. 
Burlington. 
Iowa City. 
Dubuque. 
Muscatine. 
Fairfield. 
Osk.uloosa. 
Keokuk. 
Mount Pleasant. 
Ottumwa. 
Marion. 
Winterset. 
Newton. 
Washington. 
Des Moines. 
Vinton. 
Davenport. 
Camanche. 
Knoxville. 
Tipton. 
Cedar Falls. 
Independence. 



Time of Meeting. 
1st Tuesday. 
1st Monday. 
4th Thursday. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Last Wed. b. f. m. 
1st Friday. 
Thur. on or b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Tues. on or af. f. m. 
Thur. on or b. f. m. 

2d Tuesday. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 

3d Wednesday. 

2d Tuesday. 

1st & 3d Thursday. 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
June 
June 
June 



Date of Charter. 
Sept. 5844. 
5844. 
5847. 
5853. 

7, 5854. 

2, 5855. 

2, 5855. 
June 2,5855. 
June 2, 5855. 
May 31, 5856. 
May 31, 5856. 
May 31, 5856. 
May 31, 5856. 
June 1,5857. 
June 1, 5857. 
June 1, 5857. 
June 1, 5857. 
June 1,5857. 
Oct. 15, 5858. 
Oct. 15,5858. 
Oct. 15,5858. 



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No. Name. 


LOCATION. 


Time op Meeting. 


Date op Chabter. 


22 Chariton, 


Chariton. 
Keosauqua. 




Oct. 15, 5858 


23 Moore, U. D., 


Friday after f. m. 


Sept. 7,5859. 


24 Jelhro, U. D., 


Bloomfield. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


Sept. 7,5859. 


25 Bloomfield, V. D., 


Waverly. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


Sept. 7,5859. 


26 Sioux City, 


Sioux City. 


Thur. on or b. f. m. 


Aug. 16, 5860. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

Organized, 5857. 

The Grand Council of Iowa meets at the same place and time as the Grand 
Chapter. It has five subordinate Councils under its jurisdiction, which, at the 
Annual Convocation, August, 5860, gave the following returns : 160 members; 
Passed the Circle, 15 ; Admitted, 1 ; Dimitted, 5 ; Died, 2 ; Suspended, 2. 
Grand Council dues, $48 50. 



SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 



No. 

1 

2 
3 

4 
5 



Name. 
Webb, 
Excelsior, 
Dubuque, 
Washington, 
Parvin, 



Location. 
Muscatine. 
Iowa City. 
Dubuque. 
Washington. 
Keokuk. 



Time op Meeting. 
Thursday before full moon. 
Third Saturday. 
Second Thursday. 
Wednesday on or after f. m. 
Second Tuesday. 



COMMANDERIES. 

There are 4 subordinate Commanderies in Iowa; no State Grand Commandery. 
Three of_the Commanderies have Charters, and 1 is under Dispensation. The 
Chartered Commanderies at the triennial meeting of the Grand Encampment of 
the United States in September, 1859, returned a total of 105 Sir Knights. The 
following are the names, numbers, locations, and dates of organization of the 
Commanderies : — 

No. Name. Location. Date op Chaetee. 

1 De Molay, Muscatine. Chartered, September 10, 1856. 

2 Palestine, Iowa City. " " 15, 1856. 

3 Siloam, Dububue. " 1859. 

4 Des Moines, Des Moines. Dis., July 10, 1857 ; Ext'd, 1859. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

Bolens, Eugene B., Attorney at Law, Toledo. Toledo, 118. 

Brewer, Edward, Clerk of the District and County Courts, and General 
Agent, Independence. Independence, 87 ; Aholiab chap., 21 ; Dubuque coun., 
3 ; Siloam com., 3. 



iowa. 167 

Clark, J. Norwood, Fancy Goods, etc., Iowa City. P. M., Zion, 31 ; E. A. 
C, Iowa City chap., 2 ; Excelsior coun., 2 ; Palestine com., 2. 

Griffiths, J. Murray, Merchant, Des Moines. P. M., Pioneer, 22 ; Corinthian 
chap., 14. 

Jamison, James, Attorney at Law and General Agent, Independence. Inde- 
pendence, 87. 

Leavitt, Charles P., Attorney at Law and General Agent, Independence. In- 
dependence, 87. 

Marshall, W. T., Attorney at Law and General Agent, Independence. Inde- 
pendence, 87. 

Murray, Geo., Farmer, Davenport. Portage, 220, Pa. 

Parvin, T. S., Professor of Natural History in State University, Iowa City. 
Grand Secretary of Grand Lodge ; Past Grand Master, and Past Grand High 
Priest. 

Rickman, Jesse, Examiner of Titles of Property, attends to Paying Taxes, 
etc., Newtown. P. M., Newtown, 59 ; Gebal chap., 12. 



MAN'S ONWARD PROGRESS. 



What was man created for ? For what purpose is he endowed with faculties 
which enable him to penetrate into the deep silent bosom of mother earth ? To 
ascend above and beyond the clouds into the regions of celestial space ? To 
see the motion of the stars and worlds revolving around worlds in the eternal 
domain of God's heritage, and to calculate with infinitessimal precision their 
revolutions in their respective orbits ? What is the design of those aspirations 
of the soul which ascend to God and the world of angel spirits, and hold com- 
munion with the departed of earth ? What is that death which men in all ages 
have been taught by their spiritual teachers to look upon with dread and fear 
and trembling ? What is God ? What is Man ? These and a thousand kindred 
questions of the highest importance the rational and intelligent mind is continu- 
ally seeking to solve, and rightfully, too — for these questions concern his future 
and eternal welfare. We cannot know what God is, but he is manifested in all 
His works, the smallest of which transcend the powers of the combined wisdom 
of all His children. We know that God is All-wise, which is seen in his won- 
derful creations. We know that He is a God of Love, as this is manifested in 
all His laws, which, without deviation or variance, have for their object the 
pleasure, the happiness, the welfare, and the progressive improvement of the 
beings created after His likeness. The world and all that it contains is God's, 
and all is intended for Man's use, his enjoyments ; but it is only as he lives in 
accordance with the laws of his nature that he is capable of rationally enjoying 
this beautiful world and all of its creations. Is it not possible that there is a 
world beyond this, far transcending in splendor and glory aught that appears on 



168 world's masonic register. 

this earth ? Man's life is so brief on this terrestrial plane, that it cannot possi- 
bly be that existence ends with the dissolution of the body. The aspirations of 
the soul do not belong to the earthly nature. May these aspirations not be a 
wise manifestation of God's love for Man, disclosing to him in the clearest 
manner that his nature is capable of comprehending in the earth-life that when 
his probation here is finished, the soul will continue to exist in another, a brighter, 
a better, and more congenial sphere ? The immortality of the soul has been an 
intuitive belief of every people in every age. "Whence this intuitive belief? 
This belief common to humanity could not have gained so universal credence 
without a design of the Creator, and that design could have no other object 
than the best interests of man, to prepare and fit himself for the enjoyment of a 
higher life. The indulgence of sensual enjoyments and the gratification of the 
animal passions cannot conduce to man's happiness or spiritual welfare in a 
sphere where the grosser elements of earth have no existence. It is plain then 
that there are other enjoyments, other pursuits in this life, to conduce to and 
promote man's welfare in that other and brighter world. Here we have a pur- 
pose for which man is endowed with those wonderful faculties which enable him 
to soar aloft above this mundane sphere, and hold communion with the spirits of 
the angel- world. The life on earth is a link which connects man with the world 
beyond, and when he casts off the shackles which bind him to earth, the soul at 
once enters the spiritual sphere to fulfill its proper mission in the wise economy 
of God's purposes. The work unfinished here must be continued there ; and as 
the wheels of time roll in unending perpetuity, so there will be an endless eter- 
nity to progress in. In this we have the purposes of man's creation, to progress, 
to improve, to ascend in the scale of being, to become better and better, more 
holy, more wise, more truthful, more Godlike ; and this work ought to be com- 
menced in this life. Every day, every moment lost in this good work will retard 
the progress of the soul. Every violation of the laws of nature and of nature's 
God, all unkindness, uncharitableness, anger, malice, hate, the gratification of 
base desires, the indulgence of the grosser passions, will operate to prevent the 
unfoldment of the spiritual nature. How necessary then for man to begin in 
this life to develop the faculties of the spirit — to commence the work of prog- 
ress here. And death is but a translation or change from the earthly to the 
angelic sphere — a necessary change, as it is impossible, clothed in his physical 
form, for man to develop the faculties of his spiritual nature ; and besides, the 
earthly form is so constituted that it cannot endure beyond certain prescribed 
limits, when Mother Earth claims it as her own. The outward man belongs to 
earth — the soul or spirit to another sphere. It is neither wise, nor indicative of 
a proper comprehension of the laws of the Creator, to murmur or repine at this 
arrangement of a beneficent and benevolent God, who doeth all things right. 
God's laws are all designed for man's best interests, and this law of change is 
one of wise and benevolent design. Its purpose we will fully comprehend when 
we cast off our mortality and become inheritors of the world of spirits. The 
day is not far distant, the time will soon come to all of us, when we will be ini- 
tiated into the mystery of the celestial sphere, when the problem of life will be 
solved. Let us all then prepare ourselves by living in obedience to God's laws 
here, so that the work of progress may be continued, and we ascend higher and 
higher in the scale of being, and promote the grand object of our existence. 



KANSAS. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Kansas was organized March 17th, 5856. Its regular 
Grand Annual Communication is held in the City of Topeka, on the third Mon- 
day in October. 

Its membership is composed of the Grand Officers, Past Grand Officers, Past 
Masters, and Masters and "Wardens of its subordinate Lodges. The revenue of 
the Grand Lodge is derived as follows : — 

For Dispensations for new Lodges $20 00 

For Charters, in addition 10 00 

For every member returned 50 

The following is an abstract of the returns of 5859. Number of Lodges, 32, 
eleven of which made returns, as follows : Number of members, 438 ; Initiated, 
77 ; Passed, 75 ; Raised, 83 ; Admitted, 43 ; Dimitted, 44 ; Expelled, 1 ; Died, 
8 ; Eejected, 50. .Grand Lodge dues, $219. 

The Officers of the Grand Lodge for 5859-60 are:— 

Richard R. Rbes, M. W. Grand Master. 

Geo. H. Faiechild, R. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

Columbus Hornsby, R. W. Senior Grand "Warden. 

B. T. Carr, R. "W. Junior Grand Warden. 

Charles Mundee, R. "W. Grand Secretary. 

Christian Beck, R. "W. Grand Treasurer. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No. Lodge. 


Location. 


No. Lodge. 


Location. 


1 Smithton, 


Iowa Point. 


17 Topeka, 


Topeka. 


2 Leavenworth, 


Leavenworth. 


18 Stanton, 


Stanton. 


3 Wyandott, 


Wyandott. 


19 Olathe, 


Olathe. 


4 Kickapoo, 


Kickapoo. 


20 Elk Creek, 


Elk Creek. 


5 Washington, 


Atchison. 


21 Grasshopper Falls. 


, Grasshopper Falls. 


6 Lawrence, 


Lawrence. 


22 Paris, 


Paris. 


7 Union, 


Fort Riley. 


23 Palmyra, 


Palmyra. 


8 Bourbon, 


Port Scott. 


24 Osage Valley, 


Ossawattomie. 


9 Shawnee. 




25 High Prairie 


Leavenworth co. 


10 King Solomon, 


Leavenworth. 


26 St. John's, 


Atchison. 


11 Ottumwa. 




27 Neosho, 


Leroy. 


12 Emporia, 


Emporia. 


U. D. Aubry, 


Aubry. 


13 Lecompton, 


Lecompton. 


TJ. D. Auraria, 


Auraria. 


14 Oskaloosa. 




U. D. Pacific. 


Humboldt. 


15 Tecumseh, 


Tecumseh. 


U. D. Arkana. 


Doniphan. 


16 Lafayette, 


Manhattan. 


U. D. El Dorado, 


El Dorado. 
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SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

ATCHISON. 

Anspacher, Nathan, Clerk. Washington, 5 ; M. of 1st V., Chap., 1. 
Russell, G. F., Builder. Washington, 5. 

Saqui, Jacob, Merchant. P. D. G. M., Grand Lodge ; Washington, 5 ; P. 
H. P., Liberty chap., 3, Missouri. 

TOPEKA. 
Gardner, Thos., Harness-maker. J. D., Topeka, 17. 

PORT LEAVENWORTH. 
Mundee, Charles, Clerk of Quarter-Master's Department, Fort Leavenworth. 
Grand Secretary, Grand Lodge ; Leavenworth, 2 ; Chap., 4, Missouri ; Western 
com., 2. 



THE INDIAN CHIEF TECUMSEH. 

Brother Bobert G. Scott, Past Grand Master of Virginia, in an address 
delivered before the Grand Lodge of that State, in 1845, related the following 
anecdote, which, he says, " is well authenticated, and vouched for by several 
witnesses now living." 

During the last war between this country and England, a large detachment 
of the Northwestern army, under the command of General Winchester, was 
attacked at the river Baisin, and after a sanguinary engagement, was overcome 
by a superior English and Indian force. The ammunition of the Americans 
being nearly expended, and all expectation of succor vain, they surrendered, on 
the assurance of their conquerors that the prisoners should be treated with 
humanity. But they had scarcely laid down their arms, when the Indians com- 
menced stripping them of their clothing, and beat and insulted all who ven- 
tured to complain of such treatment. At length the passions of the Indians 
becoming excited, many of the Americans were tomahawked and scalped. " It 
was," says Brother Boberts, " in the midst of such an exciting scene that an 
Indian Chief with a lofty bearing, and .the expression of gratification and ven- 
geance marked on his countenance, looked on this work of carnage and blood. 
Many of his best warriors had fallen by the sure fire of the Kentucky riflemen. 
He was chafed and maddened by the recent hot contest. In such a frame of 
mind he discouraged not the bloody tragedy. But behold now this red man of 
the forest ! What superhuman influence has wrought such a change ? Whither 
has gone that vengeful, that demon exultation ? It is the cry of a Mason and 
a brother which has reached him, a cry asking for mercy, and speaking in a 
language which he comprehends and obeys. He springs from the cannon on 
which he is resting, and with the swiftness of the deer of his native forest, he 
bounds among his followers and warriors, his tomahawk uplifted, and with a 
look and gesture which were never disregarded.by his savage soldiers, utters the 
life-saving command— 'let the slaughter cease — kill no more white men.' This 
was Tecumseh, a Mason, who, with two other distinguished chiefs of his tribe, 
had years before been united to our order, while on a visit to Philadelphia." 



KENTUCKY. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Kentucky was organized October 16th, 5800. Its An- 
nual Communications are held in the City of Louisville, commencing on the 
second Monday in October. The Grand Lodge consists of the Grand Officers, 
Past Grand Masters, (who are entitled collectively to one vote,) Past Masters, 
(who are entitled collectively to one vote,) and Masters and Wardens of its 
constituent Lodges. 

The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the following sources : — 

For Dispensations for new Lodges $5 00 

For Charters 30 00 

For each Member 75 

There are 323 chartered Lodges, and 8 under dispensation under the jurisdic- 
tion of this Grand Lodge. Number of affiliated members, as per last returns, 
11,665. There were, during the year, 1229 Initiations, 127 Deaths, 57 Expul- 
sions, and 220 Suspensions. Eeceipts for the year ending October 1, 5860, 
$13,276 87. 

The Officers of the Grand Lodge for the present Masonic year are : — 

Lewis Land rum, M. W. Grand Master. 

Benjamin J. Hinton, R. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

Hiram Bassett, B. W. Grand Senior Warden. 

Edward H. Hobson, E. W. Junior Grand Warden. 

Rev. Hiram Abiff Hunter, Grand Chaplain. 

J. M. S. McCorexe, R. W. Grand Secretary. 

Albert G. Hodges, R. W. Grand Treasurer. 

John B. Richardson, R. W. Grand Tyler. 

Robert C. Matthews, R. W. Grand Pursuivant. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No. Lodge. 
1 Lexington, 
4 Hiram, 
6 Solomon's, 

8 Abram's, 

9 Jerusalem, 

14 Mount Vernon, 

16 Paris Union, 

17 Russellville, 

18 St. Andrew's, 



Location. 
Lexington. 
Frankfort. 
Shelbyville. 
Louisville. 
Henderson. 
Georgetown. 
Paris. 

Russellville. 
Cynthiana. 



Time of Meeting. 
2d & 4lh Saturdays. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
2d Monday. 
2d & 4th Thursdays 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
4th Monday. 
2d Monday. 
12 



Master. 
Wm. W. Boyd. 
Walter Franklin. 
Thomas Todd. 
Orlando L. Miller. 
Wm. H. Miller. 
L. C. Stedman. 
Thomas Sadler. 
J. B. Peyton. 
Thomas Ware. 
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Time op Meeting. 



19 Washington, 

20 Winchester, 

22 Daviess, 

23 Montgomery, 

24 Allen, 

25 Richmond, 
28 Franklin, 

37 Hopkinsville, 

40 Amity, 

41 Landmark, 
47 Fortitude, 

50 Springfield, 

51 Clarke, 

52 Confidence, 

53 Warren, 

54 Greensburg, 

55 Bath, 

57 Bloomfield, 

58 Benevolent, 

60 Lincoln, 

61 Hart, 

65 Dougherty, 

66 Morganfield, 

67 Breckinridge, 
71 Vesper, 

73 Bowling-Green, 
76 Morrison, 

78 Jonathan, 

79 Washington, 

80 Augusta, 

81 Salem, 

82 Clinton, 

85 Grant, 

86 DeWitt Clinton, 

87 Lebanon, 

88 Green River, 

89 Greenup, 

90 Anderson, 

95 Good Faith, 

96 Moore, 

104 Lancaster, 

105 Murray, 

106 Mount Moriah, 

108 Tadmor, 

109 Covington, 

110 Warren, 

111 Somersett, 

112 Fleming, 

113 Antiquity, 



Washington. 

Winchester. 

Lexington. 

Mount Sterling. 

Glasgow. 

Richmond. 

Danville. 

Hopkinsville. 

Millersburgh. 

Versailles. 

Lagrange. 

Springfield. 

Louisville. 

Maysville. 

Harrodsburg. 

Greensburg. 

Owingsville. 

Bloomfield. 

Blue Spring. 

Stanford. 

Nicholasville. 

Carlisle. 

Morganfield. 

Hardinsburg. 

Elkton. 

Bowling-Green. 

Elizabethtown. 

Liberty. 

North Middletown. 

Augusta. 

Salem. 

Princetown. 

Williams town. 

Clintonville. 

Lebanon. 

Munfordsville. 

Greenupsburg. 

Lawrenceburg. 

Florence. 

Columbia. 

Lancaster. 

Murray. 

Louisville. 

Warsaw. 

Covington. 

Leesburg. 

Somersett. 

Flemingsburg. 

Louisville. 



4th Monday. 

4th Monday. 

2d Monday. 

Sat. preceding f. m. 

1st & 3d' Mondays. 

2d & 4th Tuesdays. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

1st Monday. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

1st Monday. 

3d Monday. 

2d Saturday. 

1st & 3d Thursdays. 

1st Monday. 

1st Monday. 

3d Monday. 

Saturday b. f. m. 

Saturday b. f. m. 

1st Saturday. 

1st Monday. 

Saturday b. f. m. 

2d Monday. 

3d Monday. 

1st & 3d Mondays. 

2d Monday. 

4th Monday. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

2d Saturday. 

Sat. preceding f. m. 

Sat. preceding f. m. 

2d Thursday. 

2d Saturday. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. 

2d Saturday. 

1st & 3d Saturdays. 

1st Monday. 

1st Monday. 

2d Monday. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. 

1st Monday. 

2d & 4th Mondays. 

Saturday b. f. m. 

1st & 3d Mondays. 

1st & 3d Mondays. 

2d Monday. 

4th Saturday. 

Sat. before 3d Mon. 

4th Monday. 

1st & 3d Fridays. 



James Taylor. 
J. W. Laughlin. 
B. A. Beach. 
A. B. Gatewood. 
P. B. Hawkins. 
T. Burnham, Jr. 

Jas. Moore. 

A. W. Wallace. 

B. Craig. 
B. Hopkins. 
■William H. Hays. 
Thomas Bradley. 
W. N. Howe. 

J. A. Williams. 
William B. Allen. 

B. D. Nixon. 
H. E. Stone. 
J. C. Keller. 
Thomas B. Dodd. 

William P. Ross. 
H. B. Eaty. 
R. G. Gardiner. 
J. C. Prewitt. 

C. E. Blewett. 

G. W. F. Strickler. 
William P. Tate. 
J. T. Patterson. 
B. F. Taylor. 

William H. Miller. 
W. H. Barnet. 
L. B. Dawson. 
A. Corley. 

A. V. Enlows. 
Wm. G. Johnson. 
O. C. Egbert. 

J. W. Guinn. 
H. W. Wilson. 
L. R. McMurtry. 

D. W. Padgett. 
S. Hillman. 
H. Perrin. 

H. Keller. 

B. A. Batterton. 
John Farris. 
John T. Fleming. 
A. W. Roath. 





KENTUCKY. 


173 


No. Lodge. 


Location. 


Time op Meeting. 


Master. 


115 Hancock, 


Hawcsville. 


4th Monday. 


T. W. Thornton. 


116 Minerva, 


Minerva. 


Sat. of orpreced.f.m 


. L. T. Hawkins. 


117 Sharpsburg, 


Sharpsburg. 


Sat. of or after f. m. 


B. G. Sharp. 


118 Big Spring, 


Big Spring. 


2d & 4th Saturdays. 


T. C. Sanders. 


119 Wayne, 


Monticello. 


4th Monday. 


J. A. Carter. 


120 Mills Point, 


Hickman. 


2d Monday. 


J. H. Davis. 


121 Cadiz, 


Cadiss. 


Friday before f. m. 


B. D. Baker. 


122 Harrison, 


Brandenburg. 


1st & 3d Mondays. 


A. J. Alexander. 


123 Bradford, 


Independence. 


2d Saturday. 


R. L. Bristow. 


124 Pitman, 


Campbcllsville. 


2d Saturday. 


J. R. Robinson. 


125 St. John's, 


Salvisa. ■ 


Friday preced'g f. m 


. J. E. McCoun. 


126 Liberty, 


New Liberty. 


1st Saturday. 


J. B. Mordoff. 


127 Paducah, 


Paducah. 


2d & 4th Mondays. 


D. Y. Craig. 


128 Owen, 


Owenton. 


3d Monday. 


J. M. Suter. 


129 Barker, 


West Point. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


V. P. Armstrong. 


130 Owensboro', 


Owensboro'. 


2d M. & S. b. 4th M. 


J. W. Compton. 


131 Hickman, 


Clinton, 


1st Monday. 


H. C. Watson. 


132 Young, 


Hodgen ville, 


2d & 4th Saturdays. 




133 Cloverport, 


Cloverport, 


2d Mon. & 4th Sat. 


J. C. Babbage. 


134 Carrollton, 


Carrollton. 


1st Monday. 


R. W. Masterson. 


136 Marion, 


Bradfordsville. 


2d Saturday. 


J. H. Allen. 


137 Irvine, 


Irvine. 


3d Monday. 


A. A. Curtis. 


138 Smithland, 


Smithland. 


2d Monday. 


J. W. Cade. 


139 Springhill, 


Crab Orchard. 


1st Saturday. 


A. Carson. 


140 Paint Lick, 


Paint Lick. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


J. M. Henry. 


142 Blandville, 


Blandville. 


4th Monday. 


H. S. Smith. 


143 Madisonville, 


Madisonville. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


J. G. Baitey. 


144 McKee, 


London. 


2d Monday. 


J. V. L. McKee. 


145 Trimble, 


Grayson. 


2d Monday. 


A. Duncan. 


147 Mount Zion, 


Louisville. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 


C. Koch. 


148 Providence, 


Providence. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


M. C. Doris. 


149 Cumberland, 


Burksville. 


2d Monday. 


H. E. Williams. 


150 Crittenden, 


Crittenden. 


2d Saturday. 


T. Ratcliffe. 


151 Lafayette, 


Lafayette. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


J. P. Flint. 


152 Alexandria, 


Alexandria. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


B. J. BealL 


153 Holloway, 


Sherburne. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


John Roby. 


154 Brooksville, 


Brooksville. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


William M. Best. 


155 Bullitt, 


Shepherdsville. 


] st & 3d Saturdays. 


W. Carpenter. 


156 Hartford, 


Hartford. 


1st Monday. 


W. H. Miller. 


157 Lovelaceville, 


Lovelaceville. 


4th Saturday. 


J. W. Ogilvie. 


158 Bedford, 


Bedford. 


2d Monday. 


N. Parker. 


159 Col. Clay, 


Covington. 


4th Tuesday. 


J. G. Egelston. 


160 Devotion, 


Lexington. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 


R. B. Parker. 


161 Wingate, 


Simpsonville. 


3d Saturday. 


W. E. Powers. 


163 Robert Burns, 


Newport. 


1st & 3d Wednesd'ys P. H. Jeffries. 


164 Taylor, 


Colmansville. 


Bat. after or b. f. m 


. T. W. Hedges. 


165 Westport, 


Westport. 


2d Wednesday. 


F. S. Carrington. 


167 Joppa, 


Lyon county. 


3d Saturday. 


L. Sills. ■ 


168 Casey ville, 


Caseyville. 


Saturday prec. f. m 


. B. M. Winston. 



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Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



169 Oldham, 

170 Milbume, 

172 Roberts, 

173 Columbus, 



Brownsboro'. 
Milburne. 
Feliciana,. 
Columbus. 



174 Good Samaritan,Lexington. 

176 Oxford, Oxford. 

177 Simpson Ben'olent, Franklin. 



178 Tompkins, 

179 Adam's Fork, 

180 Salt River, 

182 Allensville, 

183 Madison, 

181 Hustonville, 

185 Rumsey, 

186 Livermore, 

187 Mountain, 

188 Concord, 

189 Simpson, 

190 Suwanee, 

191 Lewis, 

192 Neatsville, 



Edmonton. 

Ohio county. 

Mount Washington. 

Allensville. 

Kirksville. 

Hustonville. 

Rumsey. 

Livermore. 

Barboursville. 

New Concord. 

Newcastle. 

Eddyville. 

Portland. 

Neatsville. 



193 Harry Hudson, Middletown. 

194 Butler, Pitt's Point. 

195 Apperson, 

196 Sardis, 

197 Bryantsville, 

198 Mayo, 



199 Zerubbabel, 

200 Model, 

201 Magnolia, 

202 Walton, 

203 Scott, 

204 Bethel, 

205 Benton, 

206 Albany, 

207 Germantown, 

208 Graham, 



Louisa. 

Sardis. 

Bryantsville. 

Flagg Spring. 

Montgomery county 

Moscow. 

Mackville. 

Walton. 

Stamping Ground. 

Trenton. 

Benton. 

Albany. 

Germantown. 

Scottville. 



209 Harvey Maguire Perry ville. 



210 Taylorsville, 

211 Wintersmith, 

212 Stephensburg, 

213 Proctor, 

214 Fairview, 

215 New Haven, 

216 Napoleon, 

217 Gordonsville, 

218 Philip Swigert, 

219 Union, 

220 Demoss, 



Taylorsville. 

Garnetsville. 

Stephensburg. 

Proctor. 

Fairview. 

New Haven. 

Napoleon. 

Gordonsville. 

Fisherville. 

Uniontown. 

Demossville. 



2d & 4th Saturdays. 
2d Monday. 
3d Wednesday. 
3d Monday. 
Every Monday. 
2d Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
Mon. of or b. f. m. 
Saturday after f. m. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 
Tuesday prec. f. m. 
Saturday prec. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Mon. & 3d Sat. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
2d Sat. & 4th Mon. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Monday. 
4th Saturday. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
1st Saturday. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 
1st Monday. 
Saturday after f. m. 
3d Monday. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
Saturday after f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
Friday prec. f. m. 
3d Saturday. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
Monday before f. m. 
1st Monday. 
1st Monday. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
2d Monday. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st Friday. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
1st Saturday. 
Friday prec. f. m. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
1st Saturday. 



R. Mason. 
J. B. Quigley. 
J. A. Roberts. 
J. P. Walker. 
C. H. Brutton. 
J. H. Jewett. 
J. A. Brevard. 
G. B. Moran. 

C. W. R. Cobb. 
L. R. Brown. 
E. B. Barnes. 
William C. Peyton. 
H. Brown. 

J. W. Rollins. 

J. G. Eve. 
J. McCuiston. 
J. N. Webb. 
H. M. Henson. 
J. E. Cable. 
R. Robinson. 
J. S. Roman. 
R. M. Lee. 
G. W. Gallup. 
J. W. Gault. 
G. E. Hackley. 
J. C. Demoss. 
A. J. Combs, 

D. P. Johns. 
J. S. Pankey. 
M. W. Hill. 
J. B. Kelly. 

S. H. Sullivan. 
R. F. Stone. 
J. P. Pickens. 
A. Doniphan. 
J. W. Heeter. 
W. F. Webb. 
T. L. Burnett. 
D. C. Evans. 
G. L. McAfee. 
D. Beatty. 
A. Brown. 
G. S. Mock. 
M. J. Williams. 
C. T. Williams. 
T. T. Simpson. 
William J. Sugg. 
J. H. Fryer. 



KENTUCKY. 



175 



Location. 



Time op Meetiko. 



Master. 



221 Roaring Spring, 

222 Orion, 

223 Compass, 

224 'Willis Stewart, 

226 Mitchell, 

227 Muhlenburg, 

228 Bewleyville, 

229 McAfee, 

230 James Moore, 

231 Bear Wallow, 

232 Dycusburg, 

233 R.Riverl.W'ks, 

234 Nolin, 

235 Hampton, 

236 Litchfield, 

238 Adairville, 

239 St. George, 

240 St. Mary's, 

241 Tyler, 

242 Canton, 

243 Bedford, 

244 Greenville, 

245 Carrell, 

246 Hope, 

247 Fredonia, 

248 Ashbysburg, 

249 Henry, 

250 Pike, 

251 Gradyville, 

252 Hoffmansville, 

253 Ceralvo, 

254 Morse, 

255 Mount Gilead, 

256 Bigham, 

258 Excelsior, 

259 Keysburg, 

260 Sparta, 

261 Trumbo, 

262 Hudsonville, 

263 Mount Eden, 

264 Burlington, 

265 West Union, 

266 Robinson, 

267 McCorkle, 

268 Wm. B. Allen, 

269 Dinwiddie, 

270 Rochester, 

271 Hillsboro', 

272 Cassia, 



Trigg county. 

Falmouth. 

Louisville. 

Louisville. 

Keene. 

South Carrollton. 

Bewleyville. 

Cornish ville. 

Christian county. 

Hart county. 

Dycusburg. 

R. River Iron Works. 

Hardin county. 

Catlettsburg. 

Litchfield. 

Adairville. 

Louisville. 

Concord. 

Louisville. 

Canton. 

Paris. 

Greenville. 

Nicholas county. 

Flat Rock. 

Fredonia. 

Ashbysburg. 

Campbellsburg. 

Newtown. 

Gradyville. 

Hoffmansville. 

Ohio county. 

Madison county. 

Mount Gilead. 

Crittenden county. 

Louisville. 

Keysburg. 

Owen county. 

Bath county. 

Hudsonville. 

Mount Eden. 

Burlington. 

Scott county. 

Louisville. 

Brooklyn. 

Green county. 

Bowling-Green. 

Rochester. 

Hillsboro'. 

Morgantown. 



Saturday b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
2d&4thWednesd'ys. 
2d&4thWednesd'ys. 
Tuesday prec. f. m. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Friday of or aft. f. m. 
Friday before f. m. 
1st Friday b. 2d San. 
1st Saturday. 
Last Sat. before f. m. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Tuesday of or b. f. m. 
4th Monday. 
1st Monday. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
1st Saturday. 
1st & 3d Wednesdays. 
4th Saturday. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
2d Sat. & last Mpn. 
Sat. of or prec'g f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
Mon. after 1st Sun. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Monday before f. m. 
3d Saturday. 
Th. of or prec'g f. m. 
Sat. bef. 2d Sunday. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 
Saturday after f. m. 
Sat. b. 4th Monday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
2d Saturday. 
Sat. aft. 2d Monday. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
Sat. before full m. 
Sat. before full m. 
2d Monday. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Saturday after f. m. 
Mon. of or b. f. m. 



C. A. Bacon. 
J. J. Hudnall. 
Fred. Webber. 
S. Thomas. 

S. Carothers. 
T. R. Clarke. 
J. H. W. Frank. 
J. W. Eastin. 
J. C. Whitlock. 
R. S. Palmoer. 
William Redd. 
R. Farney. 
W. F. Coombs. 
R. V. Whaley. 
R. Heston. 

D. N. Hardy. 
Frank Tryon. 
M. H. Burns. 
G. W. Johnston. 
J. T. Gore. 

W. M. Samuel. 

A. Turner. 

B. F. Mullakin. 

C. C. Brown. 
J. H. Maxwell. 
W. L. Davis. 

L. E. Goslee. 
R. H. Parks. 
William McGinnis. 

C. S. Hoffman. 

D. White. 

W. S. Buchanan. 
A. G. Stewart. 

D. Marcellus. 

L. McHatton. 
William W. Brown. 
J. W. Drane. 
J. C. Burnett. 
J. W. Calvert. 
J. Fields. 
J. C. Robinson. 
J. H. Thompson. 
C. P. Marshall. 
J. H. Grider. 

E. Hamilton. 
L. J. Jones. 
M. T. Read. 



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No. Loose. 


Location. 


Time of Meeting. 


Master. 


273 Zebulon, 


Prestonburg. 


2d Monday. 




274 Foster, 


Bracken county. 


Friday bef. f. m. 


R. N. Huston. 


275 Ansonia, 


Logan county. 


Wed. before f. m. 


R. D. Alexander. 


276 Temple Hill, 


Shiloh, Calloway co 


. Saturday bef. f. m. 


T. Dodd. 


277 Edmunds, 


Glasgow, Barren co 


. 2d Monday. 


C. G. Smith. 


278 Meridian, 


Poplar Plains. 


Saturday bef. f. m. 


B. A. Plummer. 


279 Murphysville, 


Murphysville. 


Saturday bef. f. m. 


D. C. Latham. 


280 Woodbury, 


Woodbury, Butler cc 


i.4th Saturday. 


J. R. Larue. 


281 Preston, 


Louisville. 


lst&3dWednesd'ys 


. J. C. Beeman. 


282 Eminence, 


Eminence, Henry co 


. 2d & 4th Mondays. 


0. Fore. 


283 New Retreat, 


Wilson's Creek. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


J. D. Smith. 


284 Russell, 


Jamestown. 


3d Monday. 


William M. Green. 


285 Oak Grove, 


Calloway county. 


1st Thursday. 


Joseph Miller. 


286 Newton, 


Bethel, Bath co. 


Fri. on or prec'g f. m. 


D. S. Trumbo. 


287 J. M. Bullock, 


Christiansburg. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


J. P. Force. 


288 Pembroke, 


Pembroke. 


Friday before f. m. 


R. Y. Pendleton. 


289 Robert Morris, 


Concordia, Meade co 


. 1st & 3d Thursdays. 


B. D. Calvin. 


290 Birmingham, 


Birmingham. 


2d Saturday. 


T. W. W. Holland. 


291 Mount Olivet, 


Mount Olivet. 


Thursday prec'g f. m 


, L. C. Holmes. 


292 Dunavan, 


Petersburg. 


2d & 4th Saturdays. 


L. Troutman. 


293 Yelvington, 


Yelvington. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


William P. Morris. 


294 Johnston, 


Webster. 


2d & 4th Saturdays. 


. W. H. Perrin. 


295 Cunningham, 


Lexington. 


2d Saturday. 


J. Stevenson. 


296 Mullen, 


Rutland, Harrison co.3d Saturday. 


William A. Webber. 


297 Hodges, 


Whitesville. 


Sat. b. 2d & 4th Sab. 


L. C. Anderson. 


298 J. Speed Smith 


, Willisburg. 


Saturday before f. m 


. J. F. Wilson. 


299 Raywick, 


Raywick, Marion co 


. 2d & 4th Saturdays. 


W. R. H. Cass. 


300 Jamestown, 


Newton Creek. 


Sat. on or bef. f. m. 


A. J. Ogilvie. 


301 Ion, 


Pott's Mills. 


Sat. of or bef. f. m. 


J. A. Br 


302 Harmony, 


Mayfield, Graves co 


. 3d Monday. 


J. B. Key. 


S03 Lewisport, 


Lewisport. 


3d Saturday. 


J. R. Ray. 


804 Boone Union, 


Union, Boone co. 


3d Saturday. 


J. M. Stansifer. 


305 Bourbon, 


N. Middletown. 


1st & 3d Mondays. 


B. F. Harris. 


306 Garrard, 


Buck Eye. 


Saturday after f. m, 


Joseph Ray. 


307 Forsythe, 


Ruddle's Mills. 


2d & 4th Saturdays. 


Eli Howard. 


308 Forest, 


Beverly, Christian ct 


I.Wednesday aft. f. m. 


R. W. Henry. 


309 Fitch, 


How's Valley. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


M. S. Hill. 


310 Calhoon, 


Calhoon, McLean co 


. 1st Sat. & 3d Mon. 




311 Highland, 


West Liberty. 


2d & 4th Mondays. 


William Mynhier. 


312 Paradise, 


Paradise. 


2d & last Saturdays. 


P. B. Fulkerson. 


813 Faithful Friend 


, Lockport, Henry co 


. 4th Saturdays. 


F. Gross. 


314 Carlow, 


Carlow, Hopkins co. 


2d & 4th Saturdays. 


W. J. Parker. 


815 Kingston, 


Kingston, M.ldison. 


Saturday bef. f. m. 


J. D. Harris. 


316 Manchester, 


Manchester, Clay co 


. 1st Monday. 




817 Ran. Robinson 


, Saloma, Taylor co. 


Saturday after f. m. 


J. A. Marshall. 


318 Marks, 


Pleasant Grove. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


J. M. May. 


319 Mark Tyler, 


Wallonia. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


J. Bingham. 


320 James F. Keel, 


Centre. 


Friday before f. m. 


W. S. Yates. 


321 Tompkinsville, 


Tompkinsville. 


4th Mon. & 2d Sat. 


J. P. Monro. 



KENTUCKY. 



m 



No. 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



Master. 



322 Alma, 

323 Loving, 

324 Harreldsville, 

325 Poage, 

326 Metoalf, 

327 L. M. Cox, 

328 Waynesburg, 

329 Woodsonville, 

330 Middleton, 

331 T. M. Lillard, 

332 North Ballard, 

333 Preaohersville, 

334 Point Isabel, 

335 Beaver Creek, 



Camargo. 

Jamestown. 

Harreldsville. 

Ashland. 

Botland. 

Fruit Hill. 

Waynesburg. 

Woodsonville. 

Middleton. 

Verona. 

North Ballard. 

Preaohersville. 

Point Isabel. 

Johnsonville. 



336 Ash. W.Graham.Smith's Grove. 

337 Helena, Helena. 

338 Waco, Waco. 

339 Crotona, Lodgeton. 

340 Thomas Ware, Claysville. 

341 Miles, Knob Creek. 

342 Mason, Maysville. 

343 Harney, Woodburn. 

344 Ghent, Carroll oo. 

345 Golden Rule, Covington. 

346 Sacramento, Sacramento. 

347 Prathersville, Prathersville. 

348 Pleasant Grove, Steubenville. 

349 T. N. Wise, W. H. Brown's. 

350 Marrow Bone, Ashmole Sem. 

351 S. Wingfield, William Yates. 

352 Stanton, Stanton. 

353 J. T. Morehead, Morelands P. 0. 

354 Hamilton, Hamilton. 

355 J.M.S.McCorkleBrownsville. 

356 Steph. F. Ogden,Owensboro\ 

357 Pellville, Pellville. 

358 Newport, Newport. 

359 Sugar Grove, Sugar Grove. 



360 Haywood, 

361 Baltimore, 

362 Wilmington, 

363 Polar Star, 

364 Pythagoras, 



Massac. 

Baltimore. 

Fiskburg. 

Vanesburg. 

Saltillo. 



366 Pleasant Grove Pleasant Grove. 

367 Ark, Millerstown. 

368 Bibb, Mount Tabor. 

369 Hinton, Spence's Chapel. 

370 Ashland, Mount Vernon. 

373 Trowel, Mt. Moriah Church. 



Saturday after f. m. 
4th Saturday. 
Fri. of or b. f. m. 
Tuesday after f. m. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Saturday after f. m. 
Saturday prec. f. m 
Friday before f. m. 
Friday b. 4th Sun. 
Sat. of or aft. f. m. 
3d Saturday. 
Saturday after f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Friday of or b. f. m. 

Sat. b. 1st Sunday. 

Thurs. on or b. f. m. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

2d Saturday. 

Sat. of or b. f. m. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

3d Monday. 

2d Wednesday. 

2d & 4th Tuesday. 

1st Monday. 

2d Mon. & 4th Fri. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

Saturday b. f. m. 

Thurs. on or b. f. m. 

Friday on or b. f. m. 

Friday before f. m. 

Saturday after f. m. 

4th Saturday. 

3d Saturday. 

1st & 3d Mondays. 

3d Monday. 

Saturday b. 3d Sun. 

2d & 4th Weds. 

1 st & 3d Saturdays. 

3d Saturday. 

2d Wednesday, 

4th Saturday. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. 

3d Monday. 

3d Saturday. 

1st Saturday. 

Saturday b. f. m. 



G. Parrish. 
J. R. Duncan. 
R. Harreld 

N. H. Marks. 

L. G. Johnson. 
J. W. Edwards. 

E. Burr, Jr. 

F. J. Whitson. 

J. W. Rutherford. 
D. M. Anderson. 
B. G. Tate. 
W. H. Morgan. 
Thomas Allen. 

D. E. Bullock. 
T. P. Dudley. 
J. H. Craig. 

A. R. Whitehead. 
L. W. Nichols. 
H. Bassett. 

J. A. Chase. 
Smith Wingatc. 
L. C. Rankin. 
J. B. Hardy. 

E. Richardson. 

J. W. Williams. 
N. B. Griffin. 
J. N. B. Hardwick. 
J. H. Kerr. 
Adam Finch. ' 
T. B. Mclntire. 
H. P. Hart. 
J. W. Snyder. 
William M. Smith. 
N. Porter. 

B. J. Henton. 
J. H. Nichols. 
John Ellis. 
James H. Connell. 
James S. Crutchfield. 
A. C. Farmer. 
Thomas Heyser. 
Selden F. Bowman. 



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WORLD'S MASONIC REGISTER 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



375 Thos. C. Cecil, 

376 Falls City, 
381 Paintsville, 
383 Cannonsburg, 

U. D. Fraternity, 
U. D. Fox, 
V. D. Olive Branch, 
U. D. Mintonville, 
U. D. Cromwell, 
U. D. Bordley, 
IT. D. Rio Verde, 
U. D. Gasper River, 



Pikeville. 

Louisville. 

Paintsville. 

Cannonsburg. 

Tilton. 

Dover. 

D. C. Godsey's House. 

Mintonville. 

Cromwell. 

Zion Meeting-house. 

Gilead Meeting-house. 

Gasper River Academy. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

Organized December 4th, 5817. 

The Grand Chapter holds its Annual Convocations at the time and place of 
the meeting of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky. This Grand Chapter dissolved its 
connection with the General Grand Chapter in October, 5857, and is now an inde- 
pendent Grand Chapter. There are 69 subordinate Chapters in this jurisdiction. 
At the Annual Convocation, October, 5860, there were 11 Chapters which made 
no returns. The 58 Chapters which made returns have a total of 1841 members. 
The number of Exaltations during the year was 199 ; Admissions, 32 ; Dimis- 
sioos, 24 ; Died, 42 ; Eejected, 5 ; Expelled, 2 ; Suspended, 12 ; Amount paid 
for dues, $1271. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 

1 Lexington, 

2 Shelbyville, 

3 Frankfort, 

5 Louisville, 

6 Webb. 

8 Russellville, 

9 Maysville, 

12 Winchester, 

13 Georgetown, 

14 Oriental, 

15 Paris, 

16 Richmond, 

17 Cynthiana, 

18 King Solomon, 

19 Temple, 

20 Western Star, 

21 Mt. Horeb, 

22 Franklin, 

23 Owen, 

24 Mt. Olivet, 



Location. 
Lexington. 
Shelbyville. 
Frankfort. 
Louisville. 
Versailles. 
Russellville. 
Maysville. 
Winchester. 
Georgetown. 
Hopkinsville. 
Paris. 
Richmond. 
Cynthiana. 
Louisville. 
Lexington. 
Hardinsburg. 
Mount Sterling. 
Danville. 
Owenton. 
Lafayette. 



Time of Meeting. 
1st Wednesday. 
1st Monday. 
1st Monday. 
Last Monday. 

2d Monday. 

2d Monday. 

2d Saturday. 

Wednesday after 3d Mon. 

2d Monday. 

4th Saturday. 

3d Tuesday. 

Saturday after 2d Monday. 

2d Monday. 

1st Wednesday. 

1st. Friday. 

2d Friday. 

Saturday after 3d Monday. 



KENTUCKY. 



179 



Location. 



Time of Meetino. 



25 Somerset, 

26 North 'Middletown, 

27 Washington, 

28 Clay, 

29 Daviess, 

30 Paducah, 

31 Rowan, 

32 Jo. Daviess, 

33 Elkton, 

34 Eastern Star, 

35 Covington, 

36 Greensburg, 
38 Bowling-green, 

40 Swigert, 

41 Nicholas, 

42 Irvine, 

43 Green River, 

44 Bullitt, 

45 Glasgow, 

46 Millersburg, 

47 Sherburne, 

48 McClure, 

49 Hickman, 

50 Benevolent, 

51 Napoleon, 

53 Bloomfield, 

54 Union, 

55 Carroll, 

56 Lancaster, 

57 Clinton, 

58 Brandenburg, 

59 Stanford, 

60 Kelsey, 

61 Lyon, 

62 Owingsville, 

63 Sam. Reed, 

64 Crescent, 

65 Henderson, 

66 Paint Lick, 

67 Hancock, 

68 Mount Eden, 

69 Mayfield, 

70 Crittenden, 

71 Fleming, 

72 Providence, 

73 Concord, 

74 Burns, 

75 Moore, 

76 Olive Branch, 



Somerset. 

North Middletown. 

Springfield. 

Princeton. 

Harrodsburg. 

Paducah. 

Bards town. 

Owensboro'. 

Elkton. 

Elizabethtown. 

Covington. 

Greensburg. 

Bowling-green. 

Cadiz. 

Carlisle. 

Irvine. 

Munfordsville. 

Shepherdsville. 

Glasgow. 

Millersburg. 

Sherburne. 

Crittenden. 

Hickman. 

Newtown. 

Napoleon. 

Bloomfield. 

Morganfield. 

Carrollton. 

Lancaster. 

Albany. 

Brandenburg. 

Stanford. 

New Liberty. 

Eddyville. 

Owingsville. 

Union. 

Columbus. 

Henderson. 

Paint Lick. 

Hawesville. 

Mount Eden. 

Mayfield. 

Marion. 

Flemingsburg. 

Providence. 

Concord. 

Concord. 

Fairview. 

Newport. 



Saturday before 1st Mon. 

3d Friday. 

3d Saturday. 

3d Saturday. 

2d Monday. 

2d Tuesday. 

1st Monday. 

Thursday after 2d Monday. 

Thur. after 1st & 3d Sat. 

4th Friday. 

4th Monday. 

1st Saturday. 

1st Thursday. 

4th Thursday. 



4th Saturday. 

1st Friday. 

Saturday after full moon. 

4th Saturday. 

4th Wednesday. 

3d Saturday. 

1st Monday. 
2d Monday. 
1st Monday. 
Wednesday after 1st Mon. 

2d Monday. 

2d Monday. 

1st Saturday. 

Saturday after full moon. 

1st Saturday. 

1st Wednesday. 

Saturday before full moon. 

2d & 4th Wednesdays. 

3d Tuesday. 

2d Friday. 

2d Monday. 

Thursday on or after f. m. 

4th Saturday. 

3d Friday. 

1st Saturday after new m. 

Last Saturday. 

1st Tuesday. 



180 



WORLD'S MASONIC REGISTER. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

Organized 5827. 

This Grand Council holds its stated meetings at the same place and on the 
Wednesday of the same weeks fixed on for the Annual meetings of the Grand 
Chapter. It has 24 subordinate Councils under its jurisdiction, as follows : — 



SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 



No. Name. 

1 Washington, 

2 Warren, 

3 Centre, 

4 Louisville, 

5 Frankfort, 

6 Versailles, 

7 Maysville, 

10 Greensburg, 

11 Glasgow, 

12 Graham, 

13 Kenton, 

18 Robert Morris, 



Location. 
Lexington. 
Hopkinsville. 
Danville. 
Louisville. 
Frankfort. 
Versailles. 
Maysville. 
Greensburg. 
Glasgow. 
Bowling-green. 
Covington. 
Hickman. 



No. Name. 

19 Boonville, 

20 Harry Hudson, 

23 Springfield, 

24 Eliot, 

25 Kassidean, 

26 Philip Swigert, 

28 McClure, 

29 Lillard, 

30 Sadler, 

31 Adoniram, 

32 Paducah, 

33 Westport, 



Location. 
Boonville, Mo. 
Brandenburg. 
Springfield, Mo. 
Elizabethtown, 
Hardinsburg. 
Eddyville. 
Owenton. 
Napoleon. 
Paris. 
Carlisle. 
Paducah. 
Westport, Mo. 



GRAND COMMANDERT. 

The Grand Commandery of Kentucky was organized in 1847. It has 4 sub- 
ordinate Commanderies under its jurisdiction. Total number of members, as 
per last report, in June, 1860, 201. Amount of dues paid, $120. Orders 
conferred, 27. 



SUBORDINATE COMMANDERIES. 



No. Name. 

1 Louisville, 

2 Webb, 

7 Covington, 
9 Bradford, 



Location, 
Louisville. 
Lexington. 
Covington. 
Georgetown. 



Time of Meeting. 
4th Tuesday. 
lst-Saturday. 
2d Thursday. 
1st Saturday. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

CADIZ. 

Tyler, Quintus M., Principal of Trigg Male Seminary. P. M , Cadiz, 121 ; 
P. H. P., Swigert chap., 40 ; Swigert coun., 21. 

Tyler, Eichard K., Farmer. P. M., Cadiz, 121; P. S., Swigert chap., 40; 
D. T. I. G. M., Swigert coun. 21. 



KENTUCKY. 181 



COVINGTON. 

Magill, H. M., Adjuster Phcenix Insurance Co. Col. Clay, 159. 

Magill, Rev. Matthew, General Agent Phoenix Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn., 
for "Western and Southwestern States, office 31 and 33 West Third St., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. Chaplain, Col. Clay, 159 ; Covington chap., 35 ; Kenton coun., 13 ; 
Covington com., 7 ; Prelate, Grand Com., Ky. ; Lexington, com., 5, Missouri. 

Magill, R. H., Adjuster Phoenix Insurance Co. Col. Clay, 159. 

DYCUSBURG. 

Cassidy, Daniel, Grocer and Produce Dealer. Secretary, Dycusburg, 232; 
Secretary, Crittenden chap., 70. 

Miller, W. Redd, Parmer. P. M., Dycusburg, 232 ; Lyon chap., 61 ; Philip 
Swigert coun., 26. 

EDDYVILLE. 

Cobb, R., Attorney at Law. Suwanee, 190 ; Lyon chap., 61 ; Swigert coun., 26. 

Huggins, G. M., Physician and Surgeon. Suwanee, 190 ; Lyon chap., 61 ; 
Swigert coun., 26. 

Pain, Thomas P., Carpenter. Suwanee, 190 ; Lyon chap., 61. 

Skinner, Fred. H., Presiding Judge Lyon County Court. P. M., Suwanee, 
190 ; P. H. P., Lyon chap., 61 ; Philip Swigert coun., 26. 

ELIZABETHTOWN, Harden County. 

Duncan, Thos. H., Merchant, Cabinet-maker, and Parmer. P. M., Morrison, 
76 ; P. H. P., Eastern Star chap., 34; Deputy T. I. G. M., Elliott coun., 24. 

Strickler, G. W. P., Hotel-keeper and City Marshal. P. M., Morrison, 76 ; 
Eastern Star chap., 34; P. T. I. G. M., Elliott coun., 24. 

PKAlfKFOET, Franklin County. 

Hodges, A. G., Publisher and Proprietor Frankfort Commonwealth and Ken- 
tucky Parmer. G.T., Grand Lodge ; G. S., Grand chap. ; Rec, Grand coun.; K.T. 

Swigert, Philip, Clerk of County Court, President Farmers' Bank, and At- 
torney. P. G. M., P. G. H. P., G. P. G. C, Grand Secretary of Grand Lodge 
and Grand Chapter. 

GEORGETOWN, Scott County. 

Gano, S. P., Physician. P. M., Mount Vernon, 14; P. H. P., Georgetown 
chap., 13 ; Bradford encpt., 9 ; G. C, Grand encpt. 

Lemon, James C, Merchant. Mount Vernon, 14 ; Georgetown chap., 13 5 
Bradford encpt., 9. 

Steadman, L. C. P. M., Mount Vernon, 14 ; P. H. P., Georgetown chap., 
13 ; Bradford encpt., 9 ; G. P., Grand encpt. 

Thomas, Alexander, Parmer. Mount Vernon, 14 ; Georgetown chap., 13 ; 
Bradford encpt., 9. 

GREEHUPSBURG, Greenup County. 
Waring, J. L., Farmer. Greenup, 89 ; Mount Vernon chap., 23, Portsmouth. 



182 world's masonic eegistek. 

HOPKINSVILLE, Christian County. 

Buckner, "William T., Lawyer. P. M., Hopkinsville, 37 ; Oriental chap., 14. 

Buck, Thomas M., Dry Goods Merchant. P. M., Pembroke, 288. 

Matthews, W. S., Carpenter. Hopkinsville, 37 ; Oriental chap., 14-; Moore 
encpt., 6. 

Poindexter, George, Carriage-maker. Hopkinsville, 37 ; P. H. P., Oriental 
chap., 14 ; Moore encpt, 6. 

LEXINGTON. 

Elbert, John L., Dealer in Grain and Agricultural Implements. Good Sama- 
ritan, 174 ; Benevolent chap., 50. 

Krauss, P., Variety Store. Late Mount Vernon, 14 ; Georgetown chap., 13; 
"Washington coun., 1 ; Bradford encpt., 9. 

McCracken, John, Gardner and Parmer. P. M., Lexington, 1 ; P. H. P., 
Lexington chap., 1 ; P. T. .1 G. M., "Washington coun., 1 ; P. G. C, "Webb 
encpt., 2; G. P. and G. I. of Kentucky. 

Meyer, C. F., Dealer in Pianos, Music, and Musical Instruments. P. M., 
Devotion, 160 ; P. H. P., Lexington chap., 1 ; "Webb encpt., 2. 

Stone, Geo. W., "Wholesale Dealer in Old "Whisky and Pure Liquors, and 
Commission and Forwarding Merchant. Daviess, 22 ; Lexington chap., 1 ; 
"Washington coun., 1 ; Webb encpt., 2. 

Suhr, F. A., Tobacconist. Devotion, 160 ; Lexington chap., 1 ; "Washington 
coun., 1. 

Tipton, J. M., Produce Broker, Commission Merchant, and Dealer in Agri- 
cultural Implements. P. M., Lexington, 1 ; P. M. E. G. C, "Webb encpt., 3. 

LOUISVILLE. 

Boyd, John J., Principal Louisville Commercial College. Abrams, 8 ; Louis- 
ville chap., 5. 

Cromie, Isaac. P. M., Mount Moriah, 106 ; Bang Solomon's chap., 18 ; 
Treasurer of Grand Consistory of Kentucky. 

Flannegan, A. J., Saddler. Excelsior, 258 ; Louisville chap., 5 ; Louisville 
coun., 4; K. T. 

Fleck, John, Lard- oil Manufacturer. "Willis Stewart, 224; Louisville chap.,' 5. 

Leonard, M. I. F., M.D., Louisville. Abram, 8; Hickman chap., 49; Bob. 
Morris coun., 18. 

Mareellus, Daniel, Upholsterer. P. M., Excelsior, 258 ; Louisville chap., 5 ; 
Louisville coun., 4 ; Louisville com., 1. 

Mathews, Bobert C, Tyler of all Masonic Bodies which meet in Masonic 
Temple, Louisville. P. M., Abrams, 8 ; S. P. B. S. and 32d. 

Morris, Bob., Editor "Voice of Masonry." Past Grand Master. 

Muldoon, M., Union Marble "Works, Green Street, bet. 3d and 4th. Compass, 
223 ; B. A. Mason and K. T. 

Munger, William C, Printer. P. M., Covington, 109 ; Covington chap., 5 ; 
Kenton coun., 13 ; Covington com., 7. 

Swain, M. B., Merchant Tailor, No. 4 Masonic Temple. Excelsior, 258; 
Louisville chap., 5 ; Louisville coun., 4 ; Louisville com., 1. 



KENTUCKY. 1 83 



PAKIS. 



Orr, Henry R., Dry Goods Merchant. P. M., Bedford, 243 ; P. H. P., Paris 
chap., 15 ; Washington coun., 1 ; P. E. G. Com. of Webb encpt., 2. 

Samuels, Wm. M., Presiding Judge of Bourbon County Court. P. M., Bed- 
ford, 243 ; P. H. P., North Middletown chap., 26 ; P. G. H. P. of G. Chap. ; 
Washington coun., 1 ; Webb encpt., 2 ; Gr. Recorder Grand Encpt. 

SHEPHEEDSVILLB. 

Carpenter, W., Judge Common Pleas, Merchant and Parmer. P. M., Bullitt, 
155 ; Rowan chap., 31 ; Louisville coun., 4. 

Colbon, W. J., Postmaster and Merchant. Bullitt, 155 ; P. S., Bullitt chap., 
44 ; Louisville coun., 4. 

Hoglan, L., Merchant and Hotel-keeper. P. M., Bullitt, 155 ; Louisville 
chap., 5 ; Louisville coun., 4. 

Samuels, R. P., County Clerk. Bullitt, 155 ; Bullitt chap., 44. 

Stallings, Jannus W., Parmer. Salt River, 180. 

WALLOEITA. 

Coy, W. S., Dry Goods Merchant. P. M., Mark Tyler, 319 ; Swigert chap., 
40 ; Swigert coun., 21. 

Wilson, W. J., Dry Goods Merchant. Mark Tyler, 319 ; Swigert chap., 40 ; 
Swigert coun., 21. 

Browne, W. S., Proprietor of Excelsior College, Bloomfield. Bloomfield, 57 ; 
P. H. P., Bloomfield ehap v 53 ; P. T. I., Glasgow coun., 11. 

Carson, Ransom, Merchant, Stanford. Lincoln, 60 ; U. P., Stanford 
chap., 59. 

Croker, Thomas, Family Grocer, Smithland, Ky. Smithland, 138 ; Lyons 
chap., 61 ; Swigert coun., 26 ; Louisville com., 1. 

Samuels, Sexton R., Merchant and Parmer, Cane Springs. Bullitt, 155. 



In the year 1090, under the direction of the Bishop of Rochester, who was 
Grand Master, the Palace of Westminster, and Westminster Hall, which is 270 
feet long and 74 feet wide, were built. 

On the accession of Henry V. to the English throne, Mansonry flourished 
under the patronage of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Chichely, who was 
Grand Master. 

In the year 1443, James I. of Scotland, who was a zealous patron of Free- 
masonry during his whole reign, was initiated into the order. 

In 1450, John De Medicis became Grand Master of Masons in Tuscany, and 
greatly promoted not only the Masonic, but other arts and sciences. 

On the 24th of June, 1502, Henry VII. presided as Grand Master at a Lodge 
held in his palace, from whence, accompanied by a great concourse of brethren, 
he proceeded in ample form to the end of Westminster Abbey, where he laid 
the foundation stone of King Henry VII. 's Chapel. 



LOUISIANA. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Louisiana was organized July 11, 5812. It meets, annu- 
ally, in the City of New Orleans ; its Communications commencing the second 
Monday in February. " The members of the Grand Lodge consist of its actual 
Officers — the Grand Tyler excepted — and the Masters and Wardens of its con- 
stituent Lodges." The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived as follows : — 

For a Dispensation for a new Lodge .... $50 

For a Charter, in addition 50 

For each Degree conferred . . ... 1 

For each member 1 

There are 111 subordinate Lodges in this jurisdiction. The returns of 107 
• give a total of membership, 4661. Initiations during the past year, 631 ; Affilia- 
tions, 324 ; Dimissions, 281 ; Deaths, 100 ; Suspensions, 9 ; Expulsions, 12. 
Grand Lodge dues, $6315. The receipts of the Grand Lodge for the past year 
were, $19,799 69. 
The Officers of the Grand Lodge for the present Masonic year are : — 

J. Q. A. Fellows, M. W. Grand Master. 

A. G. Carter, B. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

John C. Gordy, E. W. Senior Grand Warden. 

Henry Begenburg, E. W. Junior Grand Warden. 

S. C. Michell, E. W. Grand Treasurer. 

Saml. G. Bisk, B. W. Grand Secretary. 

G. W. Mdndat, W. Senior Grand Deacon. 

J. M. Bockius, W. Junior Grand Deacon. 

George W. Eace, W. Grand Marshal. 

John W. Pearce, W. Grand Sword Bearer. 

Henry M. Crenshaw, W. Grand Pursuivant. 

M. A. Calongne, 



Bruno D. Lucas, 

B. Da Silva, 

Gustavos Sontag, 

James B. Scot, Grand'Tyler 



Grand Stewards. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 

No. Lodge. Lccatiox. Master. Date of Charter. 

1 Perfect Union, New Orleans. A. Pitot, Jr. July 12, 5812. 

1 Polar Star, New Orleans. A. R. Morel. July 12, 5812. 

8 Concorde, New Orleans. F. L. Nicomede. July 12, 5812. 

4 Perseverance, New Orleans. F. Ricau. July 12, 6812. 
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185 


No. Lodge. 


Location. 


Master, 


Date op Charter. 


5 L. Ami. DelOrd. 


New Orleans. 


Marco Antonio. 


Sept. 24, 5842. 


5 St. Andrew, 


New Orleans. 


J. Lamarre. 


June 3, 6839. 


19 Humble Cottage, 


Opelousas. 


Jas. Ray. 


June 12, 5820. 


28 St. Alban's, 


Jackson. 


W. T. Rogillio. 


July 12, 5827. 


31 Feliciana, 


St. Francisville. 


Samuel J. Powell. 


March 9, 5828. 


88 Phoenix, 


Natchitoches. 


John Blair Smith. 


October 6, 5836. 


44 Foyer Ma'nique, 


New Orleans. 


H. J. B. Pain. 


October 7, 5838. 


45 Jackson, 


Greenwood. 


A. Flournoy, Sr. 


Jan. 28, 5843. 


46 Germania, 


New Orleans. 


John Wild. 


April 18, 5844. 


47 St. James, 


Baton Rouge. 


Samuel M. Hart. 


June 28, 5844. 


50 Providence, 


Lake Providence. 


Robert N. Campbell. 


April 19, 5845. 


51 Minden, 


Minden. 


J. W. Berry. 


April 19, 5845. 


52 Olive, 


Clinton. 


G. W. Munday. 


Nov. 27, 5845. 


53 Union Fraternal, 


Farmersville. 


John L. Barrett. 


Sept. 21, 5845. 


54 Mt. Gerezira, 


Bastrop. 


J. M. Brice. 


Nov. 28, 5846. 


55 De Soto, 


Mansfield. 


John H. Sutherlin. 


March 27, 5847. 


56 Lafayette, 


Vernon. 


John C. Jones. 


Nov. 27, 5847. 


57 Franklin, 


Franklin. 


John C. Gordy. 


Jan. 25, 5848. 


58 Friends of Har'y 


New Orleans. 


Samuel Harby. 


April 22, 5848 


59 Mount Moriah, 


New Orleans. 


J. F. Watts. 


March 24, 5849. 


61 Western Star, 


Monroe. 


Jos. F. McGuire. 


May 1, 5849. 


63 Tunica, 


Tunica Landing. 


H. Hobgood. 


Jan. 28, 5850. 


65 Geo. Washington, 


New Orleans. 


Jas. B. Scot. 


March 4, 5850. 


66 Dudley, 


New Orleans. 


William H. Stewart. 


March 4, 5850. 


68 Marion, 


New Orleans. 


William M. Perkins. 


March 4, 5850. 


79 Hiram, 


New Orleans. 


Timothy Carroll. 


March 4, 5850. 


72 Alpha Home, 


New Orleans. 


J. C. Batchelor. 


Feb. 14, 5850. 


75 Sabine, 


Fort Jessup. 


Simon Dove. 


March 4, 5850. 


76 Quitman, 


New Orleans. 


Thomas W. Peyton. 


March 4, 5850. 


77 Mount Moriah, 


Port Hudson. 


R. W. Troth. 


March 4, 5850. 


78 Orleans, 


New Orleans. 


C. F. Hufft. 


March 4, 5850. 


79 St. Joseph, 


St. Joseph. 


S. B. Stampley. 


March 4, 5850. 


80 De Witt Clinton, 


Marion. 


J. Newton. 


March 4, 5850. 


83 Mount Vernon, 


Logansport. 


John W. Martin. 


March 4, 5850. 


84 Oliver, 


Alexandria. 


Wm. B. Hyman. 


March 4, 5850. 


87 Lafayette, 


Pattersonville. 


N. Keys. 


March 4, 5850. 


88 Many, 


Many. 


E. C. Davidson. 


March 4, 5850. 


89 Cypress, 


Collinsburg. 


Jas. T. Turnley. 


March 4. 5850. 


90 Thibod. Be'lent, 


Thibodaux. 


A. Miles McLeod. 


Jan. 21, 5851. 


92 Monticellb, 


Monticello. 


Chas. B. Richardson. 


Jan. 21, 5851. 


94 Napoleon, 
96 St. Helena, 


Marion. 




Jan. 21, 5851. 


Greensburg. 


Wm. A. Carter. 


Jan. 21, 5851. 


97 Patmos, 


Richmond. 
New Orleans. 




Jan. 17, 5854. 


98 Hermitage, 


Danl. Wilson. 


Jan. 21, 5851. 


99 Henderson, 


Cotile. 


S. B. Shackelford. 


Jan. 21, 5851. 


101 Franklinton, 


Franklinton. 


John Wadsworth. 


Jan. 21, 5851. 


102 Louisiana, 


New Orleans. 


Wm. C. Driver. 


Jan. 23, 5851. 


103 Cloutierville, 


Cloutierville. 


Saml. O. Scruggs. 


Jan. 21, 5852. 


104 Mount Lebanon, 


Mount Lebanon. 




Jan. 21, 5852 



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Date of Charter. 



105 Trinity, 

106 Vienna, 

108 Sparta, 

109 Castor, 

110 Harrisonburg, 

111 Urim, 

112 Bartholomew, 

113 Thos. Jefferson, 

114 Friendship, 

115 Shreveport, 

116 Acacia, 

117 Millford, 

118 Terry Yille, 

119 Constantine, 

120 Deerfield, 

121 Lisbon, 

122 Mackey, 

123 Liberty. 

124 Kellertown, 

125 Pearl River, 

126 Arcadia, 

127 Springhill, 

129 Dawson, 

130 Solomon, 

131 Shiloh, 

132 Warren, 

133 Gordy, 
131 Harry Hill, 

135 Plain's, 

136 Athens, 

139 Houma, 

140 Cool Spring, 

141 Huntington, 

143 Downsville, 

144 Ocean, 

145 Hope, 

146 Silent Bro'h'd, 

147 Anacooo, 

148 Red Land,, 

149 Darlington, 

150 Perkins, 

151 Eastern Star, 

152 Homer, 

153 St. John, 

154 Fillmore, 

155 Cherry Ridge, 

156 Kissatchie, 

157 Grosse Tete, 

158 Rapides, 



Trinity. 

Vienna. 

Sparta. 

Castor. 

Harrisonburg. 

Forksville. 

Plantersville. 

Spearsville. 

Woodville. 

Shreveport. 

Plaquemine. 

Manchac Settlement, 

Quay Post Office. 

Waterproof. 

Deerfield. 

Lisbon. 

Ringgold. 

Keachi. 

Kellertown. 

Line Academy. 

Arcadia. 

Springhill. 

Scottville. 

Goodrich Landing. 

Shiloh. 

Winnsboro' 

Cheneyville. 

Bastrop. 

Plain's Store. 

Athens. 

Houma. 

Cool Spring. 

Minden. 

Downsville. 

New Orleans. 

Vermillionville. 

Coushatta Chute. 

Anacoco P. O. 

Rocky Mount. 

Darlington. 

Donaldsonville. 

Winnfield. 

Homer. 

Algiers. 

Fillmore. 

Cherry Ridge. 

Kissatchie. 

Rosedale P. 0. 

Huddlestone P. 0. 



M. P. Qainn. 
W. E. Paxton. 
W.L.DeGraffenriedt. 
Wm. M. Ten. 
Thos. L. Simpson. 
A. S. Washburn. 
Wm. L. Spears. 
C. N. Howell. 
Vincent Ritchie. 
John Marcot. 
J. B. Bixler. 

J. P. Womack. 
John H. Callaway. 
E. Carpenter. 
J. D. Cawthon. 
C. N. Horn. 
Abel J. Norwood. 
Wm. C. Warren. 
R. M. Searcy. 
Jas. A. Martin. 
V. V. Thompson. 
A. S. Manning. 
Jno. W. Fancher. 
Jos. Pettit. 

Syl. G. Parsons. 
W. C. Young. 
C. L. Hays. 
J. B. Dunn. 
John L. Garrett. 
A. Spencer. 
Geo. A. Stinson. 
J. P. Warner. 
M. E. Girard. 

F. L. Armistead. 
John A. Brown. 
J. B. Campbell. 
M. H. McCraine. 
L. D. Nicholls. 
Wm. Walker. 

G. M. Killgore. 
A. B. Seger. 

W. G. Springfield. 
M. T. Simmons. 
Jas. K. Phares. 
John S. Whitney. 
G. B. Burr. 



Jan. 21, 5852. 
Jan. 21, 5852. 
Jan. 21, 5852. 
Jan. 21, 6852. 
Jan. 21, 5852. 
Feb. 2, 5853. 
Feb. 25, 5853. 
Feb. 25. 5853. 
Feb. 25, 5853. 
Jan. 27, 5852. 
Jan. 17, 5854. 
Jan. 20, 5854. 
Jan. 17, 5854. 
Jan. 17, 5854. 
Jan. 17, 5854. 
Jan. 17, 5854. 
Jan. 20, 5854. 
Feb. 14, 5855. 
Feb. 14, 5855. 
Feb. 14, 5855. 
Feb. 14, 5855. 
Feb. 14, 5855. 
Feb. 14, 5855. 
Feb. 17, 5855. 
Feb. 14, 5855. 
Feb. 14, 5855. 
' Feb. 14, 5855. 
Feb. 14, 5855. 
Feb. 12, 5856. 
Feb. 12. 5856. 
Feb. 12, 5856. 
Feb. 12, 5856. 
Feb. 12, 5856. 
Feb. 12, 5856. 
Feb. 10, 5857. 
Feb. 10, 5857. 
Feb. 10, 5857. 
Feb. 10, 5857. 
Feb. 10, 5857. 
Feb. 10, 5858. 
Feb. 10, 5858. 
Feb. 10, 5858. 
Feb. 10, 5858. 
Feb. 10, 5858. 
Feb. 12, 5858. 
Feb. 12, 5858. 
Feb. 12, 5858. 
Feb. 18, 5859. 
Feb. 16, 5859. 





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187 


No. LODQE. 


Location. 


Master. 


Date 


of Charter. 


159 Morganza, 


Morganza. 




, Feb. 


16, 5859. 


160 Livingston, 


Ponchitoula. 


A. B. Robertson. 


Feb. 


16, 5859. 


161 Brookville, 


Lake Lafourche. 


W. G. Myers. 


Feb. 


16, 6860. 


162 Burnsville, 


Shangaloo. 


Shelby Baucum. 


Feb. 


16, 5860. 


163 Atchafalaya, 


Siramsport. 


J. B. Robinson. 


Feb. 


16, 5860. 


164 Columbia, 


Columbia. 


Wade H. Hough. 


Feb. 


16, 5860. 


165 Lake Charles, 


Lake Charles. 


Joel Sanders. 


Feb. 


]6, 5860. 


U. D. Linn Wood, 


Jefferson City. 


T. McGinnis. 


Feb. 


20, 5860. 


U. D. Silenoio, 


New Orleans. 


Vin. A. De Castro. 


Feb. 


22, 5860. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

Organized May 1st, 5848. 

This Grand Chapter is subordinate to the General Grand Chapter. It holds 
its Annual Convocations in the City of New Orleans on the second Tuesday 
in February. It has 21 subordinate Chapters, 19 of which made returns at the 
last Annual Convocation in 5860, as follows : Total number of Members, 817 ; 
Exalted, 132 ; Admitted, 20 ; Dimitted, 43 ; Died, 26 ; Suspended, 8. Amount 
of dues paid, $864. 

SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 

1 Orleans, 

2 Concorde, 

3 Perseverance, 

4 Clinton, 

5 Washington, 

8 Tyre, 

9 D. F. Reeder, 

10 Shreveport, 

11 Bayou Sara, 

12 Cyrus, 

13 Madison, 

14 De Soto, 

15 Delta, 

16 Living Stone, 

17 Minden, 

18 Monroe, 

21 Polar Star, 

22 Mount Lebanon, 

23 Woodville, 

24 Homer, 

25 Spring Hill, 



Location. 
New Orleans. 
New Orleans. 
New Orleans. 
Clinton. 
Baton Rouge. 
Lake Providence. 
Farmersville. 
Shreveport. 
St. Francisville. 
Franklin. 
Richmond. 
Mansfield. 
New Orleans. 
Bastrop. 
Minden. 
Monroe. 
New Orleans. 
Mount Lebanon. 
Woodville. 
Homer. 
Spring Hill. 



Time op Meeting. 
Every Monday. 
Every Friday. 
First Monday. 
First Wednesday. 
First Monday. 
Fourth Saturday. 
Second Saturday. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Fourth Saturday. 
Second Tuesday. 
Charter surrendered. 
Second Saturday. 
Every Thursday. 
First Wednesday. 
Friday b. 2d Saturday. 
Second Saturday. 
Every Saturday. 
Fourth Saturday. 
3d Thursday. 
Fourth Tuesday. 
Third Friday. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

Organized February 16th, 5856. 

It holds its Annual Sessions in the City of New Orleans, in February. 
4 subordinate Councils, having a total membership of 229. 

13 



It has 



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No. Name. 

1 Holland, 

2 Louisiana, 



SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 



Location. 
New Orleans. 
New Orleans. 



No. Name. 

3 Providence, 

4 Orleans, 



Location. 
Lake Providence. 
New Orleans. 



COMMANDERIES. 

There are 3 Commanderies in Louisiana, viz.: — 

Indivisible Friends, 1, chartered by the Grand Encampment of New York, 
and recognized by the General Grand Encampment in 1838. It reported 28 
members at the Triennial meeting of the Grand Encampment of the U. S. in 
1859. 

Jacques de Molay, 2, chartered April 25th, 1851, and reported, in 1859, 47 
members. 

Orleans Commandery, for which the M. E. Grand Master, B. B. French, 
issued a dispensation, May 19, 1860. 

All of these Commanderies are located at New Orleans. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

COUSHATTA CHUTE. 

Annistead, Franklin L., Planter. S. "W., Silent Brotherhood, 146 ; R. A. 31. 

Armistead, Wm. "W., Planter. Treasurer, Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

Belcher, 3Vm. H., Carpenter. Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

Childers, Zachariah. J. D., Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

Clark, Saml., Planter. S. D., Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

De Bruhl, E. C, Planter. Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

Franklin, Granville, Planter. Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

Gandy, Edward, Planter. Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

Hailey, Andes B., Planter. Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

Hammett, Kobt. E., Planter, Campti, La. Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

Hovey, David, Planter. Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

Hugh, Robt. F., Planter. Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

Jones, Geo. W. Silent Brotherhood, 146 ; Chap. 22. 

Lee, Ben. S., Planter. Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

Lisso, Abm. M., Merchant. Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

Lisso, Julius. Secretary, Silent Brotherhood, 146 ; Chap. 22. 

Lisso, Mark, Merchant. Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

McCurday, R. A. L., Carpenter. Silent Brotherhood, 146 ; R. A. M. 

Mclnnis, D. F., Physician. Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

Murph, John E. W. M., Silent Brotherhood, 146 ; Chap. 22. 

Rowland, M., Planter. Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

Stallings, M. H., Planter. Silent Brotherhood, 146. 



LOUISIANA. 189 

Weatherford, Geo. W. Tyler, Silent Brotherhood, 146. 
Wilson, J. Thomas, Planter. Silent Brotherhood, 146. 
Wynn, Geo. H. J. W., Silent Brotherhood, 146. 

NEW OBLEANB. 

Clark, John H., Photographer, 94 Canal St. Friends of Harmony, 58 ; Polar 
Star chap., 21. 

Davis, Wm., 175 Poydras St. Treas., Hiram, 70. 

De Sola, Aaron. Secretary, Friends of Harmony, 58 ; Delta chap., 15. 

Dostie, A. P., Dentist, 10 Barronne St. W. M., Orleans, 78 ; Delta chap., 15. 

Gay, Stephen, Editor Commercial Bulletin. Friends of Harmony, 58. 

Gensler, S., Cloths, 93 Chartres St. Alpha, 72 ; Orleans chap., 1. 

Ivens, Ed. M., Machinist, cor. Union and St. Charles Sts. Dudley, 66. 

Lucas, Bruno de., Liquor Merchant, cor. Lafayette and Baronne Sts. S. W., 
Los Amigos del Orden, 5 ; Concord chap., 2 ; Treas., Holland coun., 1 ; Los Amigos 
del Orden chap., Rose Croix ; Los Amigos del Orden coun. of Kadosh, 7 ; In- 
divisible Friends com., 1 ; Grand Consistory of Louisiana 32d ; Grand Steward 
of Grand Lodge. 

Magner, Joseph, 20 Carondolet St. Ocean, 144; Concord chap., 2. 

Moses, Gustave. Foyer Maconnique, 44; Foyer Maconnique chap., R.\ E.\ 
6 ; Foyer Maconnique coun., K.\ K.\ 8. 

Pendergrast, Laurence, Accountant. Dudley, 66. 

Bisk, Samuel G. B. W. G. S., Grand Lodge and Grand Chapter, Louisiana ; 
P. M. and S., George Washington, 65 ; King Orleans chap., 1 ; P. T. I. G. M., 
Orleans coun., 4 ; G. K., Grand Council ; Prelate, Jaques De Molay com., 2 ; 
Soy. - . G.\ Ins. 1 . Gen. - . 33d deg. ; H. M., Supreme Council, 33d deg., for Southern 
Jurisdiction of United States ; G. G. Sec'y of G. G. Chapter, and G. Bee. of 
Grand Encampment of U. S. 

Rollins, Joseph, Hair Dresser, Perfumer, and Bathing. 

Santini, Joseph. P. M., Foyer Maconnique, 44 ; Delta chap., 15 ; 0. of W., 
Louisiana coun. ; M.\ W.\ Foyer Maconnique chap., R.\ C.\ 6 ; T. - . P. - . G.\ M.\ 
of Foyer Maconnique coun. of Kadosh, 8 ; Grand Consistory of Prince of R.\ S.\ 
32d deg. 

Whetstone, John H., M.D., Auburn. P. D. G. M. of Grand Lodge of Ala- 
bama ; P. M., Autauga, 31, Ala. ; Living Stone chap., 16. 



CONSERVATISM. 



Thbee is a class of Masons so very conservative — and they are by no means 
few in number, nor confined altogether to the uneducated — who never advance 
one peg in Masonic knowledge beyond what they were taught when the degrees 
of Masonry were conferred upon them, who entertain the opinion that a Freemason 
ought not to know anything of the history of the institution — of its statistics — of 
its symbolism — or the origin of the rites and ceremonials of the order, its tradi- 



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tions, etc., etc., that all this knowledge ought to be hid from the light of day 
and buried in oblivion forever. This is, in plain, simple language, the sentiment 
of those who are opposed to Masonic publications ; and to shield themselves in 
their ignorance, they use that convenient expression, that " Masonry is a con- 
servative institution." We will grant that Masonry is a conservative institution 
so far as that its landmarks are unchangeable; but he who would infer from that 
that its aims and purposes are incapable of further unfoldment, or that no advance- 
ment nor progress has been made in the development of its principles since the 
organization of the order, betrays gross ignorance of its past history. An insti- 
tution whose aim and purpose are to improve and elevate man, cannot be conserva- 
tive in all respects ; the platform of yesterday must be elevated to conform to the 
increased light of to-day. There must of necessity be a continual change, an 
advance, an upward and onward progress as we increase in knowledge from day 
to day of the duties we owe to God, our neighbor, and ourselves. It is idle to 
attempt to prevent Freemasonry from advancing with the intellectual advance- 
ment of the age. The Freemasonry of to-day is far in advance of the Free- 
masonry of one hundred years ago in its system of government, its system of 
charities, but more particularly in the acquisition of the knowledge of its past 
history and an increased knowledge of its principles, its mission, and its aims 
and purposes. None but the willfully blind, the ignorant, or those who cannot 
see in Freemasonry anything above its signs and passwords, can be hostile to 
the dissemination of Masonic light and knowledge. The man who is content 
with the knowledge he is in possession of, and closes up his intellect to the ad- 
mission of more light, however absurd such an idea may seem, fairly represents 
the stand-still, conservative Mason. 

Freemasonry is progressive, and is continually unfolding the mysteries con- 
tained in the volume of inspirational nature. As the pages turn over day by 
day of the unrevealed Book, the light of science shines more brightly — thoughts 
are elicited from the active workshop of the mind, and each leaf is impressed with 
the knowledge acquired by experience, the child of wisdom. The indolent Ma- 
son, with conservatism as his shield, is impenetrable to the rays of light which 
gleam from the intelligent mind. He is wise in his own conceit — he has reached 
the highest point of human wisdom — no one can give him information that he is 
not possessed of already — his understanding equals that of the highest de- 
veloped finite mind, and, wrapt in his own self-conceit, he is impervious to the 
reception of light, and repels the golden rays emitted from heaven. This is 
the conservative Mason, who stands on an unchangeable platform, who will not 
improve because he will not admit the possibility of progress — who will Dot 
seek for light, more light, because he will not step beyond the first lessons 
which were taught him. This class of Masons is incapable of comprehending 
the esoteric teachings of Freemasonry. All intelligent Masons are, in the pro- 
per sense of the term, in regard to the landmarks of Freemasonry, conservative, 
and the more intelligent are generally most so ; but that conservatism which 
does not admit of any development of Masonic principles, which is opposed to 
all elucidation of our mystic symbols, the promulgation of Masonic teachings, 
the philosophy, the history, the statistics of Masonry, its aim and its mission, is 
as opposite to true Freemasonry as virtue and vice, as light and darkness are 
opposed to each other. 



MAINE. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Maine was organized June 1st, 5820. Its Annual 
Communications are held in the City of Portland, commencing on the first 
Tuesday in May. The Grand Lodge consists of the Grand Officers and the 
Masters and Wardens of its constituent Lodges. The revenue of the Grand 
Lodge is derived from the following sources : — 

For Dispensation for a new Lodge . . . $25 00 

For Charter, in addition ... . . 30 00 

For every Initiation 2 00 

For every member, (Grand Lodge dues) ... 12£ 

There are 99 Lodges in this jurisdiction, 3 of which are under dispensation. 
The number of members, as per last returns, was 4319. The number Initiated 
during the year, 817 ; Suspended, 31 ; Expelled, 11 ; Died, 47. 

The receipts of the Grand Lodge for the year ending May 1st, 5860, as per 
report of Grand Treasurer, $2750 75. Amount disbursed, $2411 29. 
The Officers of the Grand Lodge for the present Masonic year are : — 

Josiah H. Drummond, M. W. Grand Master. 

Wm. P. Preble, B. W. Dep. Grand Master. 

John J. Bell, W. Senior Grand Warden. 

Joseph Covell, W. Junior Grand Warden. 

Moses Dodge, W. Grand Treasurer. 

Ira Berrt, W. Grand Secretary. 

Daniel C Stanwood, B. W. Corresponding Grand Secretary. 

Bev. Cyril Pearl, W. Grand Chaplain. 

J. D. Warren, W. Grand Marshal. 

J. I. Stevens, W. Senior Grand Deacon. 

Alden D. Chase, W. Junior Grand Deacon. 

David Bugbee, 



■ Grand Stewards. 



C. Frederick King, 

T. S. Foster, 

F. Williams, 

J. A. Hall, Grand Sword Bearer. 

Silas Alden, Grand Standard Bearer. 

Lewis B. Weeks, ) 

Jefferson Moulton, ( Grand P<"suivants. 

John Dain, Grand Tyler. 



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SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No. Lodge. 


Location. 


Time op Meeting. 


Master. 


1 Portland, 


Portland. 


2d Wednesday. 


S. Kyle. 


2 Warren, 


East Machais. 


Tues. on or b. f. m 


. F. L. Talbot. 


3 Lincoln, 


Wiscasset. 


Th. on or b. f. m. 


D. K. Kennedy. 


5 Kennebec, 


Hallowell. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


T. W. Newman. 


6 Amity, 


Camden. 


Fri. on or b. f. m. 


J. Glover. 


7 Eastern, 


Eastport. 


1st Monday. 


R. B. Clark. 


8 United, 


Brunswick. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


J. C. Humphreys. 


9 Saco, 


Saco. 


1st & 3d Weds. 


A. Hobson. 


10 Rising Virtue, 


Bangor. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


D. Bugbee. 


12 Cumberland, 


New Gloucester. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 


G. W. Plummer. 


13 Oriental, 


Bridgeton. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 


J. Chaplin. 


14 Solar, 


Bath. 


1st Thursday. 


A. C. Hewey. 


15 Orient, 


Thomaston. 


Every Tuesday. 


0. J. Fernald. 


16 St. George, 


Warren. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 


J. C. Crawford. 


17 Anc't Landmark 


:, Portland. 


1st Wednesday. 


W. Phillips. 


18 Oxford, 


Norway. 


Tuesday b. f. m. 


S. Cobb, Jr. 


19 Felicity, 


Bucksport. 


Every Monday. 


A. White. 


20 Maine, 


Farmington. 


Monday of f. m. 


J. H. Willard. 


21 Oriental Star, 


Livermore. 


Tuesday b. f. m. 


G. Ellis. 


22 York, 


Kennebunk. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 


S. Perkins. 


23 Freeport, 


Freeport. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 


S. Thing. 


24 Phoenix, 


Belfast. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 


H. F. Jones. 


25 Temple, 


Winthrop. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 


D. Cargill. 


26 Village, 


Bowdoinham. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


A. H. Cheney. 


27 Adoniram, 


Limington. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


H. P. Waldron. 


28 Northern Star, 


North Anson. 


Tuesday b. f. m. 


A. Moore. 


29 Tranquil, 


Danville. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


S. H. Wilson. 


30 Blazing Star, 


Rumford Centre. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


I. A. Putnam. 


31 Union, 


Union. 


Every Thursday. 


J. H. Shepard. 


32 Hermon, 


Gardiner. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


E. A. Chadwick. 


33 Waterville, 


Waterville. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 


E. G. Meader. 


34 Somerset, 


Skowhegan. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 


H. A. Wyman. 


35 Bethlehem, 


Augusta. 


1st Tuesday. 


D. C. Stauwood. 


36 Casco, 


Yarmouth. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


N. Drinkwater. 


37 Washington, 


Lubec. 


1st Wednesday. 


C. W. Ring. 


38 Harmony, 


Gorham. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


J. I. Stevens. 


39 Penobscot, 


Dexter. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 


I. M. Russ. 


40 Lygonia, 


Ellsworth. 


1st Wednesday. 


B. F. Thomas. • 


42 Freedom, 


Limerick. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


L. Staples. 


43 Alna, 


Damariscotta. 


Wednesday b. f. m. 


J. A. Hall. 


44 Piscataquis, 


Milo. 


Fri. on or b. f. m. 


J. S. Sampson. 


45 Central, 


China. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


G. A. Lander. 


46 St. Croix, 


Calais. 


Monday b. f. m. 


F. Williams. 


47 Dunlap, 


Biddeford. 


1st Monday. 


T. Quinby. 


48 Lafayette, 


Readfield. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


E. 0. Bean. 


49 MeridianSplendi 


jrNewport. 


Th. on or b. f. m. 


H. P. Nasson. 



MAINE. 



193 



No. Lodge. 


L00ATION. 


Time op Meeting. 


Master. 


50 Aurora, 


Rockland. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


S. Bryant. 


51 St. John's, 


South Berwick. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


G. H. Wakefield. 


52 Mosaic, 


Dover. 


Th. on or b. f. m. 


E. B. Averill. 


54 Vassalboro', 


Vassalboro'. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


J. E. Wing. 


55 Fraternal, 


Alfred. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


J. Moulton. 


56 Mount Moriah, 


Denmark. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


J. B. Watson. 


58 Unity, 


Freedom. 


Th. on or b. f. m. 


J. Weed. 


59 Mount Hope, 


Hope. 


Wednesday b. f. m. 


J. B. Robbins. 


60 Star in the East, Old Town. 


Monday b. f. m. 


E. Hoskins. 


61 King Solomon's 


i,Waldoboro'. 


Friday b. f. m. 


A. F. Miller. 


62 King David's, 


Lincolnville. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


S. C. Hale. 


63 Richmond, 


Richmond. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 


D.W.C Chamberlain. 


64 Pacific, 


Exeter. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


N. E. Brown. . 


65 Mystic, 


Hampden. 


3d Tuesday. 


J. H. Stuart. 


66 Mechanic, 


Orono. 


Wed. on or bef. f. m 


, P. Vinall. 


67 Blue Mountain. 


, Phillips. 


Wednesdays of f. m. 


H. 0. Butterfield. 


68 Mariner, 


Searsport. 


Tu. on or bef. f. m. 


C. H. Whitney. 


69 Howard, 


Frankfort. 


Friday before f. m. 


0. C. Couillard. 


70 Standish, 


Standish. 


Thur. on or b. f. m. 


B. Paine. 


71 Rising Sun, 


Orland. 


1st Tuesday. 


A. B. Spurling. 


72 Pioneer, 


Number Eleven. 


Sat. on or bef. f. m. 


W. A. Thurston. 


73 Tyrian, 


Minot. 


Thur. on or b. f. m. 


A. Golderman. 


74 Bristol, 


Bristol. 


Monday before f. m 


. A. C. Hurton. 


75 Plymouth, 


Plymouth. 


Tues. on or bef. f. m 


. W. Gray, Jr. 


76 Arundel, 


Kennebunkport. 


Tues. on or bef. f. m 


. H. H. Chadbourne. 


77 Tremont, 


Tremont. 


Thur. on or b. f. m. 


A. Tarr. 


78 Crescent, 


Pembroke. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


B. Atkinson. 


79 Rockland, 


Rockland. 


Tuesday before f. m 


. T. K. Osgood. 


80 Keystone, 


Solon. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


H. W. Chaney. 


81 Atlantic, 


Portland. 


3d Wednesday. 


F. Fox. 


82 St. Paul's, 


Rockport. 


Monday before f. m 


. W. H. Washburn. 


83 St. Andrew's, 


Bangor. 


Fri. on or bef. f. m. 


A. B. Marston. 


84 Eureka, 


St. George's. 


Thursday evenings. 


N. Batchelder. 


85 Star in the West, Unity. 


Tues. on or bef. f. m 


. C. Taylor. 


86 Temple, 


Saccarappa. 


Tuesday of full m. 


D. W. Babb. 


87 Benevolent, 


Carmel. 


Wednesday of f. m. 


A. M. Sylvester. 


88 Narraguagus, 


Cherryfield. 


Tues. on or bef. f. m 


. J. A. Milliken. 


89 Island, 


Islesboro'. 


Saturday bef. f. m. 


J. P. Farrow. 


90 Hiram Abiff, 


West Appleton. 


Saturday bef. f. m. 


A. Gowen. 


91 Harwood, 


Machias. 


Monday evenings. 


J. W. Murray. 


92 Siloam, 


Kendall's Mills, 


Thur. on or b. f. m. 


G. W. Witherell. 


93 Horeb, 


Lincoln Centre. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


T. Goodale. 


94 Paris, 


South Paris. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


L. B. Weeks. 


95 Pond, 


Hartland. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


J. 0. Tracy. 


96 Monument, 


Houlton. 


2d Wednesday. 


C. P. Tenny. 


97 Bethel, 


Bethel. 


Saturday of full m. 


W. B. Foster. 


98 Katahdin, 


Patten. 


Thursday after f. m 


. I. D. Fish. 


99 Vernon Valley. 


, Mount Vernon. 


Tues. on or bef. f. m 


. M. S. Mayhew. 


100 Jefferson, 


Bryant's Pond. 




. J. B. Currier. 



194 

No. Lodge. 


world's 

Location. 


MASONIC REGISTER. 

Time -or Meeting. 


Master. 




Turner. 

Dresden. 

Brooks. 

China, 

Lewiston. 




G. W. Turner. 






H. G. Allen. 


U. D. Marsh River, 
U.D. Dirigo, 
U. D. Ashlar, 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 


E. Lane. 
Jas. P. Jones. 
Jos. Pearson Gill. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

The Grand Chapter of Maine was organized between the years 5819 and 
5826, and is subordinate to the General Grand Chapter. It has 11 subordinate 
Chapters under its jurisdiction, the total of whose membership, as per last 
report, was 584. The returns show 66 Exalted, 7 Deceased, and 1 Dimitted. 
Amount of dues paid, $231. 

SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



Name. 


Location. 


Time op Meeting. 


Mount Vernon, 


Portland. 


3d Monday. 


Montgomery, 


Bath. 


Wednesday on or bef. f. m. 


Jerusalem, 


Hallowell. 


Thursday before f. m. 


New Jerusalem, 


Wiscasset. 


Tuesday on or before f. m. 


York, 


Saco. 


2d Wednesday. 


Mount Moriah, 


Bangor. 


Thursday of or before f. m, 


Corinthian, 


Belfast. 


Monday after full moon. 


King Solomon, 


Rockland. 


Thursday after f. m. 


King Hiram, 


Lewiston. 


Friday on or before f. m. 


Eastern, 


Eastport. 


First Thursday. 


Eagle, U. D., 


Gorham. 


Monday on or before f. m. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

Organized 5855. 

The Grand Council of Maine holds its Annual Convocations in the City of 
Portland, on the first "Wednesday of May. It has 7 subordinate Councils under 
its jurisdiction, the total of whose membership, as per returns in May, 5860, 
was 153, 8 Promotions and 4 Deaths during the year. 

SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 



No. Name. Location. 

1 King Solomon's, Belfast. 

2 Mount Vernon, Brunswick. 

3 Alpha, Gardiner. 

4 Bangor, Bangor. 



No. Name. Location. 

5 Portland, Portland. 

6 King Hiram, Rockland. 

7 Maine, Saco. 



GRAND COMMANDERY. 

The Grand Commandery of Maine was organized May 5, 1852. It has 4 sub- 
ordinate Commanderies under its jurisdiction. The total number of members, 
as per last report, in May, 1860, was 150. Amount of dues paid, $57. Orders 
conferred, 19. 



MAINE. 195 

SUBORDINATE COMMANDERIES. 



No. 


Name. 


Location. 


1 


Maine, 


Gardiner. 


2 


Portland, 


Portland. 



ro. Name. 


Location. 


3 St. John's, 


Bangor 


4 Bradford, 


Saco. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

ALBION. 
Taylor, Amasa, Jr., Farmer. P. M., Central, 45. 

AUGUSTA. 

Austin, S. E., Merchant Tailor. Bethlehem, 35. 

Barrows, Benj. P., Printer. Bethlehem, 35. 

Chaoe, John W., Dealer in Furnaces, Stoves, and Tinware. Bethlehem, 35. 

Cobb, Wm. A., Clothing. Bethlehem, 35. 

Coller, Charles E., Manufacturer of Harness, and Trimmer. Star in the 
West, 85. 

Gilbreth, B. H., High Sheriff Kennebec co. J. D., Bethlehem, 35. 

Goodrich, S. S., Blacksmith. Bethlehem, 35. 

Hall, Joseph B., Editor, Maysville, Aroostook, Maine. Bethlehem, 35. 

Joseph, W., Dry Goods. S. W., Bethlehem, 35. 

Moody, Samuel, Machinist. J. W., Bethlehem, 35. 

Prentice, James Howard, Clerk, W. I. Goods, etc. Bethlehem, 35 ; S., Alpha 
coun., 3 ; Jerusalem chap. ; Maine com., 1. 

Pullen, Cyrenius, Marble Manufacturer. Bethlehem, 35. 

Robinson, B. C, Wholesale Flour and Corn. Bethlehem, 35. 

Russell, Ira K., Machinist. Bethlehem, 35. 

Scoles, John, Miller. Bethlehem, 35. 

Souther, Joseph N., Bookseller. Bethlehem, 35 ; Jerusalem chap. ; Maine 
com., 1. 

Staples, Henry G., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in W. I. Goods and Gro- 
ceries. Bethlehem, 35. 

Thorn, E. B., Butcher. Bethlehem, 35. 

Turner, Otis G. Bethlehem, 35. 

BABTGOK. 

Brooks, John H., Locomotive Engineer. St. Andrew's, 83. 

BATH. 

Alexander, L. S., W. I. Goods and Groceries. Nevada, 13, Cal. ; Mont- 
gomery chap. 

Blanchard, Davis, Second Depot Master. Richmond, 63. 

Hewey, A. C, Clerk of S. J. Courts, Sagadahoc county. Solar, 14. 



196 world's masonic register. 

BELFAST. 

Chase, George S., Iron Moulder. S. W., Phoenix, 24. 

Hodges, Wm. H., Eegister of Deeds. Phoenix, 24. 

Philips, Theo. N. Phoenix, 24. 

Stuart, H. M., Dentist. J. D., Phoenix, 24 ; E. A. C, Corinthian chap. 

Wright, Geo. B. Phoenix, 24. 

BELGBADE. 

Crooker, A. P., Physician and Surgeon. Master Mason. 
Damon, Thomas W., Carriage and Ornamental Painter. Master Mason. 
Mosher, J. C, Section Master on the And. and Kennebec B. Eoad. Master 
Mason. 
Springer, W. W., Physician and Surgeon. Master Mason. 
Weston, L. B., Justice of Peace and the Quorum. Master Mason. 

BIDDEFOBD. 

Shaw, Charles A., Broker. Dunlap, 47. 

Stevens, E. G., Physician and Druggist. Dunlap, 47. 

Walker, Geo. N., Moulder in Iron. Dunlap, 47. 

BLOOMEIELD. 

Gould, W. M., (firm S. S. Gould & Co.,) Millwrights. Somerset, 34. 
Lyon, E. E., Paper Manufacturer. Somerset, 34. 

DENMAEK. 
Sawyers, L. P., M.D. P. M., Mount Moriah, 56. 

FBANKFOBT. 
Mayo, A. B., Clerk. Secretary, Howard, 69. 

GABDIBTEK. 

Bailey, Augustus, Carriage Manufacturer. Herman, 32. 

Bailey, S. E., Carriage Manufacturer, East Pittston. Herman, 32. 

Colson, J. U., City Marshal. Herman, 32. 

Flynt, John H., Merchant Tailor, 70 Water Street. Herman, 32. 

Hildreth, Thaddeus, M.D. and Surgeon. Herman, 32. 

Holmes, George M., Iron Founder and Machinist. Herman, 32. 

Larrabee, Daniel, Ship-builder and Parmer. Jerusalem chap., and Eecorder, 
Maine com., 1. 

Littlefield, E. K., (firm Littlefield & Shaw,) Agents and Manufacturers of the 
Blake Water Wheel, Mill Work ; also Sawing and Planing. Herman, 32. 

Marble, M. P., M.D. and Surgeon. J. W., Maine com., 1. 

Maxey, E. S., Dealer in Flour, W. I. Goods and Groceries. Herman, 32. 

Neal, B. A., Trader. Herman, 32. 

Plaisted ; F. A., Stone-ware Manufacturer. Herman, 32. 

Sargent, William, Dealer and Manufacturer of Long and Short Lumber. 
Herman, 32. 

Stoddard, James L., Stone-ware. Herman, 32. 



MAINE. 197 

Townsend, S. W., Manufacturer of all kinds ot Lumber. Herman, 32. 
Wahlgren, Olf G., Stone- ware. Herman, 32. 

Whitmore, C. W., M.D. and Surgeon. Jerusalem chap. Treas., Maine com., 1. 
Wiles, W. H., Stone-ware. Herman, 32. 

HALLO WELL. 

Brann, Joseph E., Wood-worker in Machinery Cotton Manufactory. S. D., 
Kennebec, 5. 

Hall, George W., Overseer Weaving Department Cotton Manufactory. J. D., 
Kennebec, 5. 

Horn, Eben, Tanner and Wool Dealer. Kennebec, 5 ; C. G., Jerusalem 
chap. ; Alpha coun. ; Maine com., 1. 

King, James G., Overseer Dressing Department Cotton Manufactory. Ken- 
nebec, 5. 

Lowell, J. H., W. I. Goods and Groceries. Kennebec, 5. 

Newman, Thomas W., Postmaster. W. M., Kennebec, 5. 

Sanborn, J. M., Blacksmith. J. W., Kennebec, 5. 

KENDALL'S MILLS. 
Black, Franklin H., Manufacturer of Doors, Sashes, and Blinds. Siloam, 92. 
Brown, George 0., Parmer. S. D., Siloam, 92. 
Connor, Simon, Dealer in Lumber. Secy., Siloam, 92. 
Pogg, Henry, Dealer in Lumber. Siloam, 92. 
Hall, Bobert B., Dealer in Lumber. Siloam, 92. 
Leavitt, J. P., Boad Master, S. and K. R. B. Siloam, 92. 
Pratt, E. G., Dry Goods and Groceries. Siloam, 92. 
Totman, Calvin G., Dealer in Lumber. Steward, Siloam, 92. 
Witherell, George M., Boom Proprietor. W. M., Siloam, 92. 
Woodworth, George, Station Agent S. and K. B. B. J. D., Siloam, 92. 

LEWISTON. 

Andrews, Alonzo, Engineer. Tranquil, 29 ; P. H. P., King Hiram chap. ; 
P. T. I. G. Master of Portland coun. ; Perfect and Sublime Mason ; Sovereign 
Prince of Boyal Secret ; De Molay encpt., Mass. 

Butler, Manley 0., Merchant. Tranquil, 29. 

Cook, John G., Druggist. Tranquil, 29 ; King Hiram chap. 

Fessenden, Thomas A. D., Counsellor- at Law. Tranquil, 29; King Hiram 
chap. 

Libby, Thurston, Millwright. Tranquil, 29 ; King of King Hiram chap. 

LIWCOLTTVTLLE. 
Crehore, Henry, Tanner. Sec, King David's, 62. 
Miller, George Y. King David's, 62. 
Pendleton, W. A., Clerk. J. D., King David's, 62 ; Corinthian chap., Belfast. 

MOUNT VEEKTOKT. 
Leighton, M. B., Farmer. Sec, Vernon Valley Lodge, U. D. 
Mayhew, M. S., Merchant. W. M., Vernon Valley Lodge, U. D. 
Small, Abner, Postmaster. S. W., Vernon Valley Lodge, U. D. ; Jerusalem 
chap. 



198 world's masonic register. 

Richardson, Prauk, Tailor. Vernon Valley Lodge, U. D. 
"Wood, T. J., Miller. J. D., Vernon Valley Lodge, U. D. 

PHILLIPS, Franklin County. 
Butterfield, H. 0., Attorney at Law and Trial Justice. W. M., Blue Mount- 
ain, 67 ; Mt. Moriah chap., 6. 
Harden, Dennison, House Carpenter. S. D., Blue Mountain, 67. 
Plaisted, E. P., Physician and Surgeon. J. W., Blue Mountain, 67. 
Teague, A. V., Harness-maker. S. W., Blue Mountain, 67 ; Jerusalem chap., 

4 : Alpha coun., 3. 

PORTLAND. 

Averill, David, Livery Stable Keeper. Ancient Mark Lodge ; Mount Vernon 
chap. ; Portland com., 2. 

Berry, Ira. Grand Secretary of Grand Lodge, Grand Chapter, and Grand 
Council, and Grand Eecorder of Grand Commandery, Secretary Ancient Land- 
mark Lodge, Secretary Mount Vernon chap., B. 111. Dep. G. M. Portland coun., 
P. S. W., Portland com., 2. 

Smith, Charles B., Druggist. P. M., Oriental and Ancient Mark Lodges ; 
P. H. P., Mount Vernon chap. ; P. G. C, Maine and Portland corn's. ; P. G. 
Master of Grand com.; P. G. Sec. of Grand Lodge; P. Grand Recorder of 
Grand coun. 

Stinson, A. P., Merchant. Ancient Mark Lodge ; Mount Vernon chap. ; 
P. 111. G. M., Portland coun. ; P. Capt. Gen., Portland com. 

RICHMOND. 
Clark, Daniel, Jr., Merchant Tailor and Beady-made Clothing. J. W., Rich- 
mond, 63. 
Southard, J. A., Postmaster. S. W., Richmond, 63. 

READEIELD. 
Bachelder, J. R., Farmer. Lafayette, 48. 

Bean, Emery 0., Counselor and Attorney at Law. W. M., Lafayette, 48. 
Coolidge, G. A., Farmer. Lafayette, 48. 

Gile, Asa, Counselor and Attorney at Law. S. W., Lafayette, 48. 
Morse, C. S., Carriage and Ornamental Painter. J. D., Lafayette, 48. 
Whittier, Cyrus B., Clothing and Hardware. S. D., Lafayette, 48. 

SKOWHEGAN. 
Brewster, S. B., Skowhegan Hotel. Moriah, 15, Connt. 
Emery, Asa S., Merchant. Somerset, 34. 
Sevens, Francis A., Hair Dresser. Somerset, 34. 
Steward, Benjamin, Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry. Somerset, 34. 

SEARSPORT. 
Pendleton, John, Sailor. Mariner, 68. 

STOCTON. 
Bates, Geo. E., Sail-maker. Mariner, 68. 

WATERVILLE. 
Allen, J. T., Dealer in Flour, Corn, and Groceries. Waterville, 33. 
Bartlett, J. C, Eastern Express Co. J. W., Waterville, 33. 



MAINE.- 199 

Boothby, Johnson, Locomotive Engineer. Waterville, 33. 
Crooker, J. M., Clock and Watch Maker. Waterville, 33. 
Drummond, Josiah. Waterville, 33 ; King, Jerusalem chap. 
Hubbard, John U., Scythe and Axe' Manufacturer, West Waterville. Water- 
ville, 33. 
Maxwell, Wm. L., Boots and Shoes. Waterville, 33. 
Merrifield, Geo. A. L., Clerk, Boots and Shoes. Waterville, 33. 
Morse, C. M., Clerk Androscoggin and Ken. R. R. P. M., Waterville, 33. 
Peavy, L. H., firm of J. Peavy & Bros., Dealers in Clothing. Waterville, 33. 
Prescott, S. H., Tinplate Worker. Waterville, 33. 
Robinson, Geo. L., Clerk, Hardware and Iron. Waterville, 33. 

WTNTHBOP. 

Balentino, Samuel, Foreman Iron Poundery. S. D., Temple, 25. 

Ballard, Ephraim, Keeper of Winthrop Hotel. Bethlehem, 35 ; Jerusalem 
chap. 

Bradford, P. C, Druggist and Apothecary. Temple, 25. 

Cargill, David, House Carpenter, East Winthrop. W. M., Temple, 25. 

Clark, E. M., Currier. Temple, 25. 

Cochran, Ohas. A., Horn. Physician and Surgeon. Secretary, Temple, 25. 

Gammon, Stephen, Farmer. J. W., Temple, 25. 

Holden, Silvanns, Cotton Manufacturer. Temple, 25. 

Morrill, Geo. S., Dry Goods and Groceries. Temple, 25. 

Morton, E. P., Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Caps. 
Temple, 25. 

Rounels, J. G., Dry Goods and Groceries. Temple, 25. 

Stanley, David, Banker. Temple, 25. 

Stanley, Sumner H., Carriage Manufacturer. S. W., Temple, 25. 

WISCASSET. 

Clark, Henry, Merchant. Lincoln, 3 ; King, New Jerusalem chap., 3. 

Haraden, Calvin R., Register of Deeds. Lincoln, 3 ; New Jerusalem chap., 3. 

Haraden, Charles M., Clerk. Lincoln, 3. 

Johnson, T. B., Merchant. Lincoln, 3 ; New Jerusalem chap., 3 ; Maine 
com., 1. 

Kennedy, D. K., Physician. W. M., Lincoln, 3 ; New Jerusalem chap., 3 ; 
Maine com., 1. 

Topham, John, Sail-maker. S. D., Lincoln, 3. 

TAHMOUTH. 
Baker, Jeremiah, Accountant. Casco, 36. 
Blanchard, Silvanus, Shipmaster. Casco, 36. 
Curtis, Joseph, Shipmaster. Casco, 36. 
Davis, Edward, Stove Dealer. Casco, 36. 
Gooding, Samuel, Master Caulker. J. W., Casco, 36. 
Kinsley, Cyrus, Expressman. Casco, 36. 
Lane, Sidney H., Telegraph Operator. Casco, 36. 
Plimton, Nathan, Merchant, North Yarmouth. Atlantic, 81. 
Storer, Ammi, Merchant. Casco, 36. 



MAEYLAND. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Maryland wag organized April 17, 5787. The Annual 
Communication of the Grand Lodge is held in the City of Baltimore, on the 
third Monday in November ; and also meets semi-annually, at the same place, 
on the second Monday in May. The Grand Lodge consists of the elected Grand 
Officers, Past Grand and Past Deputy Grand Masters, Past Grand Wardens, 
Past Grand Secretaries, and Past Grand Treasurers, Past Masters, and Masters 
and Wardens of its constituent Lodges. The revenue of the Grand Lodge is 
derived from the following sources : — 

For Dispensation for new Lodges .... $10 00 

Por Charters, in addition 40 00 

For every Initiation 2 00 

For each Diploma 1 50 

There are 38 warranted Lodges and 1 under dispensation. The returns of 38 
Lodges show the total number of Master Masons, 2028 ; Fellow Crafts, 34 ; 
Entered Apprentices, 73 ; Withdrawn, 46 ; Dropped, 31 ; Died, 12 ; Suspended, 
2 ; Dismissed, 9. The receipts of the Grand Lodge for dues, rent, and gas from 
35 Lodges, $1630. The Charity Fund of the Grand Lodge amounts to 
$30,343 13. 

The Officers of the Grand Lodge of Maryland for the present Masonic year, 
holding over, are : — 

Anthony Kimmel, M. W. Grand Master. 

John Coates, R. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

John L. Yeates, R. W. Senior Grand Warden. 

S. M. Hallek, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 

Joseph Robinson, R. W. Grand Secretary. 

Frederick Fiokey, Jr., R. W. Grand Treasurer. 

Rev. J. N. McJilton, D.D., R. W. Grand Chaplain. 

Nicholas Brewer, R. W. Grand Marshal. 

James McDougal, W. Grand Standard Bearer. 

James Webb, W. Grand Sword Bearer. 

Jno. S. Chappell, W. Senior Grand Deacon. 

William Rogers, W. Junior Grand Deacon. 

James Stirrat, W. Senior Grand Steward. 

George M. Lamb, W. Junior Grand Steward. 

Lewis A. Thomas, Grand Pursuivant. 

James M. Anderson, Grand Director of Ceremonies. 

David Martin, Grand Tyler. 
(200) 



MARYLAND. 



201 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



NO. 



Time op Meeting. 



Master. 



3 Washington, Baltimore, 
13 Concordia, Baltimore. 
25 Amicable, Baltimore. 

34 St. John's, Baltimore. 
44 Mount Ararat, Bel Air. 



45 Cassia, 
48 Union, 
51 Warren, 
53 Harmony, 
58 Columbia, 
60 Union, 
66 Cambridge, 
68 King David's, 
70 Patmos, 
84 Friendship, 

87 Burns, 

88 Adherence, 

89 Annapolis, 

91 Wicomico, 

92 Pocomoke, 

93 Corinthian, 



Baltimore. 

Elkton. 

Baltimore. 

Port Deposit. 

Frederick. 

Baltimore. 

Cambridge. 

Baltimore. 

Ellicott's Mills. 

Hagerstown. 

Trappe. 

Baltimore. 

Annapolis. 

Salisbury. 

Snow Hill. 

Baltimore. 



94 Geo. Wash'ton, Westminster. 

95 Nottingham, Nottingham. 

96 Monumental, 

97 Ben Franklin, 

98 Eureka, 



99 Mountain, 

100 Potomac, 

101 Howard, 

102 Coates, 

103 Hiram, 

104 Lebanon, 

105 Eureka, 

106 Manokin, 

107 Hiram, 

108 Centre, 



Baltimore. 

Baltimore. 

Millington. 

Frostburg. 

Cumberland. 

Elk Ridge Landing. 

Easton. 

Westernport. 

Manchester. 

Sharpsburg. 

Princess Anne. 

Baltimore. 

Baltimore. 



109 Mystic Circle, Baltimore. 

110 Arcana, Baltimore. 
U. D. Lafayette, Baltimore. 



1st & 3d Thursdays. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
2d & 4th Weds. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
2d Tuesday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
2d & 4th Thursdays. 
2d Monday. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Every Wednesday. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Every Monday. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Thursdays. 
1st Friday. 
Every Monday. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Every Tuesday. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
1st, 3d, & 5th Mon. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 



Chas. Goodwin. 
Wm. Rogers. 
Jas. M. Jacobs. 
L. E. Slicer. 
Dr. E. H. Richardson. 
Wm. J. Wroth. 
Dr. L. R. Kirk. 
Justus C. Gude. 
L. A. C. Gerry. 
M. Bromett. 
L. R. Keizer. 
H. G. Grieves. 
G. H. Hewitt. 
L. Macklin. 
T. G. Robertson. 
Dr. J. L. Chaplain. 
J. H. Medairy. 

B. B. Brewer. 
Rev. A. Wallace. 
T. F. Stevenson. 
W. S. Spedden. 
J. M. Yingling. 

J. M. S. Maccubbin. 
G. Loud. 
G. T. Clark. 
R. M. Smythe. 
F. A. Mason. 

C. H. Ohr. 
M. McCauley. 

J. F. Ehlen. 
Wm. N. Nace. 

D. Pennell. 
L. Woolford. 

J. D. McCabe, D.D. 
A. S. Walton. 
Wm. B. Larmour. 
R. Gwynn. 
C. C. Adreon. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

The Grand Chapter of Maryland and District of Columbia, which ought pro- 
perly to have been arranged under Maryland, we have placed under District of 
Columbia, see page 113. 



202 world's masonic register. 



COMMANDERIES. 



There are two Commanderies in Maryland, both located in Baltimore. The 
first, Maryland Commandery, No. 1, received its charter from the Grand En- 
campment of Pennsylvania, and was recognized by the General Grand Encamp- 
ment in 1832. At the Triennial meeting of the Grand Encampment of the 
U. S., in 1859, it reported 51 members. The other, Baltimore Commandery, 
No. 2, received a dispensation June 17, 1859, and returned 24 members at the 
Triemmial session of the Grand Encampment of the U. S., and was granted a 
charter. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

BALTIMORE. 

Achey, Charles P., Leather Dealer, 22 S. Liberty. Ben Franklin, 97. 

Bailey, T. S., Salesman, 156 W. Lombard. Washington, 3. 

Bartholon, A. J., Carpenter, 48 Pine. St. John's, 34. 

Bell, Henry, 1 Bible House. Warren, 51; Phoenix chap., 7. 

Benson, John P., Dealer in Paints, Oils, etc., 170 Franklin. Treas., Centre, 
108 ; Phoenix chap., 7 ; S. B., Baltimore com., 2. 

Berger, John, Bookseller and Stationer, 252 W. Baltimore. P. M., Concordia. 
13; Phoenix chap.. 7 ; Treas., Baltimore com., 2. 

Blair, L. P., Gas Fitting and Fixtures, 366 W. Baltimore. Arcana, 110. 

Blensinger, Geo. F., Carpenter, 145 Boss. Centre, 108. 

Bosley, N. M., Hardware Merchant, 4 Light-street Wharf. Centre, 108. 

Bourne, James, Hatter, 193 W. Baltimore. S. W., Centre, 108 ; Phoenix 
chap., 7 ; Baltimore com., 2. 

Bower, Geo. W., Butcher, 517 W. Saratoga. Centre, 108. 

Bower, L. M., Butcher, 494 W. Saratoga. Centre, 108. 

Bowersox, T. K., Clerk, 381 AT. Baltimore. Centre, 108. 

Brown, Wm., Jeweler, 276 W. Baltimore. Treas., Mystic Circle, 109. 

Campbell, Wm., Flonr and Produce Commission Merchant, 43 S. Howard. 
P. S. G. W., P. M., Cassia, 45 ; Treas., Phoenix chap., 7. 

Clark, J. G., Oak Cooper, 13 Commerce. P. M., Warren, 51 ; C. of H., 
Phoenix chap., 7. 

Cooke, John, Cotton Manufacturer, 151 Garden. Centre, 108 ; Phoenix chap., 
7 ; Baltimore com., 2. 

Coon, L. C, Cigar Manufacturer, 377 W. Pratt. Warren, 51. 

Cox, Wm. H., Merchant Tailor, 606 W. Baltimore. Arcana, 110. Phoenix 
chap., 7. 

Cushing, Jr., John, Commission Merchant, Provisions, etc., Exchange. 
Mystic Circle, 109 ; Phoenix chap., 7 ; Baltimore com., 2. 

Delphy, George, Swan Hotel, S. E. corner of Franklin and Eutaw Streets. 
Ben Franklin, 97. 

Dieffenbach, Dr. F., President and Proprietor of Irving College, Manchester, 
Md. S. W., Lebanon, 104. 



MARYLAND. 203 

Douglas. August. Corinthian, 93 ; Concordia, 1. 

Dushane, John A., Paper Dealer, 40 S. Charles. Centre, 108. 

Bmerick, Wm. H., Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, 9 N. Butaw. Centre, 108 ; 
Phoenix chap., 7 ; Baltimore com., 2. 

Escavaille, Jos. B. G. Sec'y of G. Lodge of I. 0. O. F. of Maryland, Odd 
Fellows' Hall, N. Gay. Amicable, 25. 

Fickey, Jr., F., Importer of Fancy Goods, 250 W. Baltimore. P. M., Con- 
cordia, 13 ; Jerusalem chap., 9 ; Baltimore com., 2 ; G. Treas. G. L. of Mary- 
land ; G. Treas. of G. Chap, of Maryland and District of Columbia. 

Ford, "Wm. H., Merchant Tailor, 31 N. Howard. Adherence, 88. 

Gibson, Robert, Plumber, 7 Butaw House, Baltimore St. Warren, 51. 

Goodwin, Charles, President Merchants' Bank. P. G. M. of Maryland ; P. 
G. K. of Grand Chapter of Maryland and District of Columbia. 

Gootee, H. P., Broker, 99 Washington. Centre, 108. 

Gude, Justus C, Grocer, cor. German and Eutaw. W. M., Warren, 51 ; 
Phoenix chap., 7. 

Harrison, P. H., Tobacconist, 680 W. Baltimore. Lodge, U. D. 

Hearn, A. J., Merchant, 225 Lexington. J. W., Centre, 108 ; Phoenix chap., 
7 ; Baltimore com., 2. 

Hecht, S., Dry Goods Merchant, cor. Broadway and Canton Avenue. King 
David's, 68. 

Hewitt, George H., Leather Dealer, 225 Alice Ann. W. M., King David's, 
68 ; S., Phoenix chap., 7. 

Holmes, B. A., Super. Spring Garden Gas Works. P. M., Warren, 51 ; 
Concordia, chap., 1 ; Warder, Maryland com., 1. 

Horner, C. Wilson, Wholesale Confectioner and Fruit Dealer, 301 W.Baltimore. 
Ben Franklin, 97. 

Huppman, N. A., Hardware Merchant, 307 W. Baltimore. Ben Franklin, 97. 

Johnson, Samuel M., Cumberland Coal Operator, Locust Point, res., 89 Ann 
Street. Warren, 51. 

Jones, John H., Chair Manufacturer, 1 96 Lexington. King David's, 68. 

Jordan, Edward, Merchant Tailor and Clothier, 157 Broadway. S. D., King 
David's, 68 ; Phoenix chap., 7. 

Kalkman, Henry T., Clerk, 778 W. Baltimore St. St. John's, 34. 

Kemp, Charles E., Hardware Merchant, 336 W. Baltimore. Arcana, 110. 

Kenedy, W. W., Lumber Merchant, 130 S. Charles. Concordia, 13 ; Phoenix 
chap., 7 ; Maryland com., 1. 

Kenney, A. & F., Manufacturing Jewelers, Gold and Silver Pens aDd Pencil 
Cases, 291 W. Baltimore. Lodge 72, Broughgammon, Antrim County, Ireland. 

Kloman, Louis, Merchant Tailor, 34 N. Charles. King David's, 68. 

Knapp, F., English and German Institute, 19 S. Gay St. King David's, 68. 

Larmour, W. B., Jeweler, 10 Light. W. M., Mystic Circle, 109 ; Phoenix 
chap., 7. 

Lawder, Samuel M., Attorney at Law, 72 W. Fayette St. Secretary, Ami- 
cable, 25. 

Leutbecher, C, Concert Kooms, Washington Hall. King David's, 68. 

Long, L. J., Manufacturer and Dealer in Cigars, Tobacco and Snuff, S. E. 
cor. Pratt and Albemarle. S. W., King David's, 68. 

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Mann, Chas. H., Mann's Hotel and Dining Booms, 124 W.Baltimore. P.M., 
Ben Franklin, 97 ; Columbia chap., 91, Pa. ; Baltimore com., 2. 

Martin, David, Grand Tyler, 169 Saratoga. Concordia, 13 ; Phoenix chap., 
7 ; Maryland com., 1. 

Maulsby, P. H., Salesman, 57 N. Exeter. Centre, 108. 

Medairy, J. H., Bookseller, 6 N. Howard. P. S. G. W. and G. Lecturer W. 
M., Adherence, 88 ; Phoenix chap., 7 ; Maryland com., 1. 

Metzger, Franklin, Apothecary and Druggist, corner Gay and Exter. St. 
John's, 34. 

Miles, C. A., Bestaurant, 5 Market Place. Union, 60. 

Moorehead, John, Commission and Wholesale Dealer in Tobacco, Cigars, 
Snuff, etc., 14 N. Howard. J. W., Cassia, 45. 

O'Laughlin, S. W., Grocer, 156 and 158 N. Gay. Centre, 108. 

Overbeck, A., Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, 19 Watson. King David's, 68. 

Poller, Henry, Professor of Music, 39 Marion. King David's, 68 j Phoenix 
chap., 7. 

Price, Geo. M., Architect and Builder, 369 W. Fayette. Concordia, 13 ; C. 
of H, Jesusalem chap., 9 ; S. B., Baltimore com., 2. 

Beign, D. M., Butcher, 752 Pennsylvania Avenue. Centre, 108. 

Bobbins, E. A., Coal Dealer, 7 Sun Building. Arcana, 110. 

Bosenthal, "Wm., Watchmaker, 10 Light. J. D., Mystic Circle, 109. 

Sauerberg, J. D., Cigar Manufacturer and Dealer in Tobacco, 21 Light St. 
Ben Franklin, 97. 

Schiebler, A. K., Jeweler, 229 W. Baltimore. Adherence, 88. 

Schloss, Joseph, Merchant Tailor, 19 Light St. below Fountain Hotel. Ami- 
cable, 25. 

Schulz, A. H., Dealer in Groceries, Liquors, etc., 316 Alice Ann St. Con- 
cordia, 13. 

Sezmons, W. H., Sail-maker, 7 Trinity. King David's, 68. 

Sisco, C. T., Begalia Manufacturer, 95 W. Baltimore. Centre, 108. 

Slicer, L. E., Assistant City Commissioner, 64 Washington St. S. W., St. 
John's, 34. 

Small, Wm. H., Ladies' Dress Trimmings, 221 W. Baltimore. Centre, 108. 

Snead, John E., Saddle and Harness Manufacturer, 5 and 6 Eutaw House. 
Washington, 3. 

Spencer, Thos. H, Harbor Master, 51 Wolf. Warren, 51. 

Stansbury, John E., Grocer, 237 N. Gay. Centre, 108. 

Stewart, John D., Central Stables, 111 Lexington. Warren, 51. 

Stirrat, James, Merchant, 198 E. Monument. P. S. G. D. and P. M., Monu- 
mental, 96 ; P. G. S. and P. H. P., Jerusalem chap., 9 ; P. C, Maryland com., 
1 ; E. C, Baltimore com., 2. 

Thompson, Thomas, Importer of Brandies, Wines, etc., 63 S. Gay St. Centre, 
108. 

Ulman, B. F., Importer of Brandies and Wines, 5 N. Gay. Washington, 3; 
Concordia chap., 1. 

Van Tromp, John, Watch Case Manufacturer, 11 Light. P. M., Centre, 
108. 



MARYLAND. 205 

Volk, Francis, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, 48 S. Charles. J. W., King 
David's, 68 ; Phoenix chap., 7. 

Weitskittel, A., Stove and Hollow Ware Foundery, 302, 304, 306 and 308 
Alice Ann. Amicable, 25. 

Winchester, S. C, Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods-, 157 W. Baltimore. Cen- 
tre, 108. 

Woods, W. M., Architect and Builder, W. Lexington St. between Gilmour 
and Mount Streets. Arcana, 110. 

Young, James, Job Printer, 114 W. Baltimore. J. W., St. John's, 34. 

Zuckschwerdt,' C, Merchant, 305 W. Baltimore. Centre, 108 ; Phoenix 
chap., 7. 

BEL AIK. 

Archer, Stevenson, Attorney at Law. Mount Ararat, 44. 
Bissell, William E., Hotel-keeper. Mount Ararat, 44. 
Dallam, John S., Hotel-keeper and Farmer. Mount Ararat, 44 ; Jerusalem 
chap., 9. 
Dallam, William H., Attorney at Law. Secretary, Mount Ararat, 44. 

CHTJKOHVILIiE, Harford County. 
Hinkson, William, Farmer. Mount Ararat, 44. 

DAKLIBrGTON, Harford County. 

Quarles, Edward, Farmer. Mount Ararat, 44. 
Worthington, Joseph B., Farmer. Mount Ararat, 44. 

ELKTOM". 

Johnson, James, Collector of Taxes. Treasurer, Union, 48. 

LAPIDTJM, Harford County. 
Heath, Benjamin F., Lumber, Produce, and General Commission Merchant. 
S. W., Mount Ararat, 44. 



PHILOSOPHY OF MASONRY. 

The philosophy of Masonry is moral and spiritual. Its object is the improve- 
ment of man, morally and spiritually. Those who view Masonry only as a social 
institution (and, alas, too many Freemasons only regard it as such!) are like 
those who value a book for its binding, and not for its contents. The entire 
ritual of Masonry, its ceremonials, symbolisms, and teachings, is but the outward 
expression, the body which enshrines the soul or spirit of Masonry. The Ma- 
sonic degrees are allegorical of youth, manhood, and age, the three stages of 
life's probation. In these several degrees the duties of man, as a moral and 
spiritual being, are inculcated, having a reference to his progression in this and 
the future life. The entering and passing are preliminary to the raising, and 
man is only finally raised after the earthly body has ceased to be animated by 



206 world's masonic register. 

the spirit. There is an interior spirit in all the symbols and teachings of Ma- 
sonry. The plumb, level, and square are the visible representations of the 
moral lessons they teach. We might, with as much propriety, understand that 
the working tools were intended for operative uses by Freemasons, as for us to 
believe that Masonry is only a social institution. These tools are necessary for 
illustration, and they are the best that could be adopted for that purpose. They 
can be seen by the exterior vision, and handled with the fingers. The lessons 
they teach are the soul or spirit, of which they form the body; and as each has 
a different form, so does each convey a different lesson, and the various illustra- 
tions of Masonry, taken together as a whole, constitute one perfect system of 
man's duties to God, his neighbor, and himself— a system embracing every duty 
of life, written with the finger of God in nature's illustrated world, in the vol- 
ume of inspiration, and in the hearts and consciences of the beings created in 
his image. The ultimate of these teachings is the finite perfection of the finite 
man. The philosophy of Masonry teaches that man is immortal; and as the 
life on earth is only probationary, and he therefore cannot attain the ulti- 
mate of perfection in this sphere, it will be his privilege in the spirhVworld to 
progress onward and upward to the highest perfection his nature is capable of. 
The teachings of Masonry have this object in view. The work of progress must 
commence here. Hence the teachings of Masonry are not merely speculative. 
They contemplate the progress of man in this sphere, and a continued progres- 
sion throughout an endless eternity. To the true Freemason, the philosophy of 
Freemasonry is no idle speculation, no vain theory, no visionary problem. It is to 
him a living reality, and in comparison to which all things else are as nothing. It 
is, therefore, of paramount importance that the true philosophy of Masonry should 
be understood by every disciple of the Order, as the highest interest of man is 
embraced in its principles and the duties which it enjoins. Progress is stamped 
upon all the works of the Creator. There is no cessation, and there can be 
none in God's world. Man is continually progressing in his physical develop- 
ment, and through the stages of youth, manhood, and age, he is imperceptibly 
journeying onward in the road of progress toward a higher and a higher sphere, 
toward the source of all light, or in the road of ignorance and error, the road 
of evil and darkness. As " Sons of Light," let it be our duty to progress up- 
ward, to live in accordance with the teachings of the Order, to do all we can to 
promote our spiritual advancement, to be living examples of the philosophy of 
Freemasonry, and thus convince the world around us that Masonry is something 
more than a mere social Order, that its aims are to advance the welfare of the 
human family, morally and spiritually, through the active influence of its prin- 
ciples exhibited in the daily life and conversation of the members of the frater- 
nity. 



January 25th, 1820, the Masonic Fraternity of Scotland laid the foundation- 
stone of a monument to the memory of Burns, the Ayrshire poet, at Allaway 
Kirk, in Ayrshire. Twenty-four Lodges participated in the ceremonies. The 
fraternity of the United States contributed liberally for the purpose. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Massachusetts was organized July 30, 5733. The Grand 
Lodge holds Quarterly Communications in the City of Boston on the second 
Wednesdays of December, March, June, and September ; and a Special Com- 
munication, annually, on the 27th of December. The membership of the Grand 
Lodge is composed of the Grand Officers, Past Grand and Deputy Grand 
Masters, Past Grand "Wardens, and the Masters, Wardens, and Proxies of the 
subordinate Lodges. 
The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the following sources : — 
For Dispensations for new Lodges ... . $10 

For Charters, in addition 50 

For every Initiation 5 

Each Lodge, annually 6 

There are 100 Chartered Lodges and 10 IT. D., in this jurisdiction : 10 
Lodges, in 5859, reported 6741 members ; Initiated during the year, 1188. 

The Officers of the Grand Lodge for the present Masonic year are as fol- 
lows : — 

Winslow Lewis, M.D., M. W. Grand Master. 
Joel Spalding, M.D., E. W. Senior Grand Warden. 
William D. Coolidge, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 
Thos. Tolman, R. W. Grand Treasurer. 
Charles W. Moore, R. W. Grand Secretary. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



Lodge. 
Ancient York, 
Amicable, 
Aurora, 
Ashlar, 

Benj. Franklin, 
Bethesda, 
Baalbec, 

Blaokatone River, 
Bethesda, 
Bethel, 
Corner Stone, 
Columbian, 
Cincinnatus, 
Corinthian, 



Lowell. 

Cambridge. 

Fitchburg. 

Bockport. 

West Dennis. 

Brighton. 

East Boston. 

Blaekstone. 

Valparaiso, South 

Enfield. 

Duxbury. 

Boston. 

Great Barrington. 

Concord. 



Time of Meeting. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
1st Monday. 
1st Monday. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
America. 

Saturday b. f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
Friday before f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 



Secretary. 
John A. Goodwin 
C. Tufts. 
Geo. Sherwin. 
W. Widden. 
L. B. Baker. 
E. A. Story. 
Albert Huse. 
Saml. Thayer. 



John Holmes. 
Geo. W. Hunkins. 
W. W. Hollenbeck. 
Benj. Tolman. 
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208 



WORLD'S MASONIC REGISTER. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Secretary. 



Chicopee, 

De Witt Clinton, 

Evening Star, 

Essex, 

Fellowship, 

Franklin, 

Fraternal, 

Germania, 

Grecian, 

Gate-of-the-Temple, 

Henry Price, 

Hiram, 

Hampden, 

Harmony, 

Jerusalem, 

Jordan, 

Jos. Warren, 

John Abbot, 

John Cutler, 

John B. Hammett, 

King Hiram, 

King Solomon, 

King David, 

Liberty, 

Lafayette, 

Merrimac, 

Mount Hermon, 

Mount Zion, 

Mount Tabor, 

Mount Lebanon, 

Mount Horeb, 

Mount Tom, 

Mount Hope, 

Mount Carmel, 

Mount Horeb, 

Mount Vernon, 

Martha's Vineyard, 

Marine, 

Mountain, 

Massachusetts, 

Meridian, 

Monitor, 

Mystic, 

Montgomery, 

Morning Star, 

Middlesex, 

Norfolk Union, 

Old Colony, 

Orange, 

Olive Branch, 



Chicopee. 

Sandwich. 

Lenox. 

Salem. 

Bridgewater. 

Grafton. 

Barnstable. 

Boston. 

Lawrence. 

South Boston. 

Charlestown. 

Cambridge. 

Springfield. 

Northfield. 

Northampton. 

South Danvers. 

Boston. 

Somerville. 

Abington. 

East Boston. 

Provincetown. 

Charlestown. 

Taunton. 

Beverly. 

North Adams. 

Haverhill. 

Medford. 

Barre. 

East Boston. 

Boston. 

West Harwich. 

Holyoke. 

Fall Fdver. 

Lynn. 

Woburn. 

Maiden. 

Tisbury. 

Falmouth. 

Shelburn Falls. 

Boston. 

Natick. 

Waltham. 

Pittsfield. 

Milford. 

Worcester. 

Farmingham. 

Randolph. 

Hingham. 

Orange. 

West Sutton. 



1st Tuesday. 
1st Friday. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
1st Wednesday. 
1st Monday. 
4th Monday. 
Last Friday. 
4th Tuesday. 
4th Wednesday. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Tuesday before f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
4th Tuesday. 
1st Tuesday. 



J. P. Woodworth. 
C. Dillingham. 
G. W. Burt. 
Win. Leavitt. 
J. D. Burrell. 
W. D. Wheeler. 
Saml. Snow. 
G. J. Walther. 
R. W. French. 
Benj. Pope. 
E. S. Waite. 
H. M. Fessenden. 
H. A. Chapin. 
J. D. Seymour. 
S. D. Wade. 
L. P. Brickett. 
J. Bradford. 
C. E. Gilman. 



1st Monday. 
2d Tuesday. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Monday before f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
3d Thursday. 
2d Monday. 
1st Wednesday. 
1st Friday. 
Friday before f. m. 
Monday after f. m. 
1st Wednesday. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 

1st Tuesday. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
3d Monday. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 

Thursday b. f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 
Tuesday before f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Tuesday before f. m. 



A. Baker. 
G. H. Marden. 
A. Baylies. 
J. H. Kendall. 
L. C. Homer. 
J. Edwards. 
G. W. W. Saville. 
II. J. Shattnok. 
G. Butts. 
T. Waterman. 
Wm. E. Ansell. 
J. E. Morrill. 
A. B. Leonard. 
A. S. Moore. 
J. M. Leathe. 
W. D. Holden. 
A. W. Smith. 
G. W. Swift. 
Ozn Miller. 
E. R. Frost. 
J. B. Fairbank. 
T. W. Farnsworth. 
S. E. Howe. 
A. M. Leland. 
H. Earl. 
S. B. Wilde. 
J. Hunt. 
C. N. Marsh. 



Sat, on or b. f. m. S. Sibley. 



MASSACHUSETTS 



209 



LODGE. 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



Secretary. 



Oxford, 

Orphans' Hope, 

Putnam, 

Philanthropic, 

Plymouth, 

Pentucket, 

Paul Revere, 

Pequossette, 

Pilgrim, 

Quaboag, 

Quinebaug, 

Rising Star, 

Republican, 

Rural, 

Revere, 

St. Paul's, 

St. John's, 

St. Mark's, 

St. Paul's, 

St. Matthew's, 

St. Andrew's, 

St. Alban's, 

Social Harmony, 

Star of Bethlehem, 

Solomon's Temple, 

Star in the East, 

Tyrian, 

Thomas, 

Union, 

Union, 

United Brethren, 

Warren, 

Washington, 

Wilder, 

Winslow Lewis, 

Wyoming, 

Wisdom. 



Oxford. 

East Weymouth. 

East Cambridge. 

Marblehead. 

Plymouth. 

Lowell. 

North Bridgewater. 

Watertown. 

Harwich. 

Warren. 

Southbridge. 

Stoughton. 

Greenfield. 

Quincy. 

Boston. 

South Boston. 

Boston. 

Newburyport. 

Groton. 

Andover. 

Boston. 

Foxboro'. 

Wareham. 

Chelsea. 

Uxbridge. 

North Bedford. 

Gloucester. 

Palmer. 

Dorchester. 

Nantucket. 

Marlboro'. 

Amesbury. 

Roxbury. 

Leominster. 

Boston. 

Melrose. 

West Stockbridge. 



Wed. on or b. f. m. C. H. Pratt. 
3d Tuesday. H. A. Arnold. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. J. Orne. 
Monday before f. m. W. Bishop. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. Eliphalet Hills. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. J. R. Perkins. 
Thurs. on or a. f. m. W. W. Mead. 
W. Freeman. 



Thursday b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 
1st Tuesday. 
1st Monday. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b.f. m. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 

Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
3d Wednesday. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
1st Monday. 
1st Tuesday. 
1st Monday. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
1st Monday. 



A. Caper. 

H. D. Merrick. 

C. A. Cummings. 
Win. W. Baker. 
H. Smith. 

S. E. Weston. 
J. H. Bragdon. 

D. Blanchard. 
M. Sands. 

A. A. Wellington. 
H. E. Clapp. 
H. Bower. 
C. A. Blanchard. 
J. C. Keith. 
L. H. Morrill. 
J. S. Webber. 
Wm. Holbrook. 
J. S. Ware. 
C. P. Swain. 



Wed. on or ne. f. m. S. F. Merrill. 
Thursday b. f. m. E. Holden. 

2d Friday. D. Pulsifer. 

4th Wednesday. L. S. Gould. 

Tues. on or b. f. m. C. W. Kniffin. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

Organized 5798. 

This Grand Chapter holds Quarterly Meetings on the second Tuesdays of 
December, March, and June, and an Annual Meeting on the first Tuesday in 
September. Its meetings are held in the City of Boston. It has 22 subordi- 
nate Chapters under its jurisdiction. The latest reports are of 5857, at which 
time 19 Chapters reported 1098 members, and 242 exaltations. Pees paid to 
Grand Chapter, $846. This Grand Chapter is subordinate to the General Grand 
Chapter. 



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SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



Time of Meeting. 



St. Andrew's, 

King Cyrus, 

Washington, 

Adoniram, 

Franklin, 

Morning Star, 

St. Paul's, 

Mount Zion, 

Thomas, 

Worcester, 

Sutton, 

Mount Lebanon, 

Northampton, 

Concord, 

Mount Horeb, 

St. John's, 

Shekinah, 

Oreint, 

Pentucket, 

Buckskin, 

King Solomon's, 

Keystone, 



Boston. 

Newburyport. 

Salem. 

New Bedford. 

Greenfield. 

Springfield. 

Boston. 

Stoughton. 

Fitchburg. 

Worcester. 

Sutton. 

Milford. 

Northampton. 

Framingham. 

Lowell. 

East Boston. 

Chelsea. 

Hyannis. 

Haverhill. 



1st Wednesday. 

Tuesday after full moon. 

1st & 3d Thursdays. 

1st Wednesday. 

Wednesday after full moon. 

2d Tuesday. 

3d Tuesday. 

Monday before full moon. 

Wednesday before f. m. 

2d Friday. 

Tuesday before full moon. 

Thursday after full moon. 

1st Friday. 

1st Thursday. 

Monday on or before f. m. 

4th Monday. 

3d Friday. 

Thursday on or before f. m. 

1st Friday. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

Organized 5826. 
The proceedings of this Grand Council have never been published. This 
Grand Council holds its Annual Communication in the City of Boston, on the 
second Tuesday in December. It has 6 subordinate Councils under its jurisdic- 
tion, having 246 members. 



SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 



Name. 
Boston, 
East Boston, 
Hiram, 
Springfield, 
Ahasuerus, 
Titus Strong, 



Location. 
Boston. 
East Boston. 
Worcester. 
Springfield. 
Lowell. 
Greenfield. 



Time of Meeting. 
3d Thursday. 
2d Friday. 
Quarterly. 



GRAND COMMANDERY. 

The Grand Secretary of the Grand Encampment of the U. S., in the published 
transactions of the G. G. Encampment at its triennial session in 1859, states that 
the Grand Commandery of Massachusetts and Ehode Island was formed "prior 
to 1819, (date not known.)" He also informs us that there are 9 Comnianderies 
in that jurisdiction, having' 613 members. The M. E. Grand Commander, 
Winslow Lewis, in a recent letter to us, wrote that the Grand Commandery does 
not publish its proceedings. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 211 



SUBSCHIBERS' NAMES. 

BOND'S VILLAGE. 

Bond, E. Hon. Member, Thomas Lodge. 

Kirk, F. H., Daguerreotypist. Masonic Union Lodge, Troy, Vermont. 

Smith, Orin B., Overseer in Cotton Mills. Mount Tom Lodge. 

BOSTON. 

Lewis, Winslow, M.D. Grand Master; P. G. H. P., Grand Chapter; G. M., 
Grand Encampment, Massachusetts and Rhode Island ; Grand Generalissimo, 
Grand Encampment, U. S. ; St. John's Lodge ; St. Paul's chap. ; Boston coun. ; 
Boston com. ; Hon. Member, Winslow Lewis and Germania Lodges, Boston ; 
Pythagoras, 86, New York ; Clemente Amitie, Paris ; De Molay com., Boston. 

BBOOKFIELD. 

Davis, Levi, Merchant. Quaboag Lodge. 

CHICOPEE FALLS, Hampden County. 
Colton, Geo. S., Weaving Overseer. Chicopee Lodge. 

GBEENEIELD. 

Davis, Wendell T., Attorney at Law. P. M., Republican Lodge ; P. H. P., 
Franklin chap. ; E. & S. M. ; Boston com. ; P. G. H. P., Grand Chapter, Mass. 

Fisk, Chas. L., M.D. Initiated in Hamilton Lodge, 36, Lawrenceville, Pa., 
ax. 5826 ; P. S. W., Republican Lodge ; E. King, Franklin chap. ; Deputy T. 
HI. G. M., Titus Strong coun. ; Washington com., 1, Hartford, Connecticut. 

Howland, Rufus, Druggist and Apothecary. Treasurer, Republican Lodge ; 
Treasurer, Republican chap. 

Mirick, Henry D., Proprietor Greenfield Democrat. . Secretary, Republican 
Lodge ; C. H., Franklin chap. 

Packard, R. A., Cashier Franklin County Bank. Republican Lodge. 

Thornily, Joshua, Inspector, Russel's Manufacturing Company. J. W., Re- 
publican Lodge. 

Walker, Wm. A., Insurance Agent and Accountant. Republican Lodge. 

HYANNIS. 
Chapman, Dr. John Winslow, Dentist, No. 141 East 45th Street, New York, 
and branch office at Hyannis, Mass. Fraternal Lodge. 

, WOBTHAMPTON, Hampshire County. 

Childs, Henry, firm of Bridgman & Childs, Booksellers, Publishers, and 
Blank-book Manufacturers. W. M., Jerusalem Lodge. 

Crafts, D. W., Boots'and Shoes. P. M., Jerusalem Lodge; H. P., North- 
ampton chap. ; Titus Strong coun. 

March, Wm. R., Proprietor Warner House. Jerusalem Lodge. 

Peck, A., Insurance and Real Estate Broker. Jerusalem Lodge. 



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PALMER, 

Hall & Trumble, Flour and Grain Dealers. Thomas Lodge. 
Wassum, F. J., Merchant Tailor. Thomas Lodge. 

SHELBUKETE PALLS, Franklin County. 
"Watson, T. M., Of Continental Vocalists. St. John's, 260, Pa. ; M. E. M. 

THOKNDIKE. 

Clark, Ben. S., "Weaving Overseer. Thomas Lodge. 

Fuller, Jas. R., Overseer Dressing-rooms, Cotton Mills. Thomas Lodge. 

Griffith, Wm. "W., Carpenter and Joiner. Thomas Lodge. 

Thayer, John, Merchant. Thomas Lodge. 

WAKEFIELD, Hampden County. 

Copeland, E. P., Plane Manufacturer. Mount Moriah Lodge. 
. Dow, Samuel, Whip Manufacturer. S. W., Mount Moriah Lodge. 

Johnson, "Wm. A., Church Organ Manufacturer. P. M., Mount Moriah 
Lodge ; Morning Star chap. ; Knight of Red Cross. 

Lewis, H. B., Attorney at Law, Notary Public, and Justice of the Peace. 
"W. M., Mount Moriah Lodge ; Morning Star chap. 

WAKE. 
Hitchcock, G. B., Druggist. Quaboag Lodge. 

WAEEEN. 

Perry, Milton, "Wool Sorter. Quaboag Lodge. 

Russell, Daniel, Merchant. Secretary, Quaboag Lodge. 

Shepard, D. W., Merchant. "W. M., Quaboag Lodge. 

Sibley, F. R., Physician. Quaboag Lodge. 

Sibly, S. H., "Woolen Manufactory. Marshal, Quaboag Lodge. 

Towne, E. E., Merchant. Quaboag Lodge. 

Whipple, M. R., Warp Manufactory. J. Steward, Quaboag Lodge. 



Benjamin Franklin reprinted, in 1734, Anderson's Constitutions, which was 
the first Masonic publication published in America. 

General Joseph Warren, Provincial Grand Master of America, was killed at 
the battle of Bunker Hill, June 17, 1775. 

General David Wooster, Provincial Grand Master of Connecticut, was killed 
near Ridgefield, Conn., April 27, 1777. 

Robert Bums was initiated in 1783. Died July 21st, 1796, aged 38. 

At the battle of Tippecanoe, November 7th, 1811, Brothers Col. Joseph 
Hamilton Daviess, Grand Master of Kentucky, and Col. Abraham Owen, besides 
other Masons, were slain. 

In 1802, 6th September, the foundation stone of the City Hall, New York, 
was laid by Edward Livingston, Mayor of the City, and Grand Master of 
Masons in New York. 



MICHIGAN. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Michigan -was organized June 28th, 5826. The Annual 
Communication of the Grand Lodge is held in the City of Detroit, commencing 
the second Wednesday in January. The Grand Lodge is composed of the Grand 
Officers, Past Grand Masters, and Masters and Wardens of the subordinate 
Lodges, and Past Masters, who are honorary members without the right to vote, 
excepting the last Past Masters, who are full members of the Grand Lodge. 
The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the following sources : — 

For every Dispensation ... ... $20 00 

For a Warrant, in addition 30 00 

For Dispensations for the three Degrees . . . . 10 00 

For Dispensation for one Degree .... 5 00 

For Grand Lodge Certificates 1 00 

For every Initiation 1 00 

For every Admission 1 00 

For every member 25 

There were 109 Chartered Lodges and 13 Under Dispensation under the 
jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Michigan, as per tabular statement for the 
year ending December 27th, 5859. The same document shows that there were 
955 Initiated, 923 Eaised and Admitted, 225 Dimitted, 28 Expelled, 281 Re- 
jected, 62 Died, 154 Suspended, and the total number of members 5816. Dues 
paid, $2299 79, and $210 for seven Charters. 
The Officers of the Grand Lodge for the present Masonic year are : — 

William L. Greenly, M. W. Grand Master. 

S. B. Brown, R. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

David A. Wright, B. W. Senior Grand Warden. 

Elisha Leach, B. W. Junior Grand Warden. 

Wm. H. MaOmber, R. W. Grand Treasurer. 

James Fenton, R. W. Grand Secretary. 

Rev. George Taylor, Grand Chaplain. 

Albert H. Jordan, Grand Architect. 

Stilman Blanchard, Grand Visitor and Lecturer. 

F. Carlisle, Senior Grand Deacon. 

T. H. Tracy, Junior Grand Deacon. 

Joseph P. Whiting, Grand Marshal. 

T. B. Eldred, Grand Sword Bearer. 

A. Partridge, Grand Pursuivant. 

Charles D. Howard, Grand Steward and Tyler. 

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SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No. Lodge. 


Location. 


Time op Meeting. 


Master. 


1 Zion, 


Detroit. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


Daniel Anderson. 


2 Detroit, 


Detroit. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


Oliver Bourke. 


3 StrictObservance.Detroit. 

4 St. Joseph Valley,Niles. 

5 Rochester, Rochester. 


Mon. or or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 


John P. Fiske. 

S. M. Pratt. 

J. V. Lambertson. 


6 Mt. Clemens, 

7 Washington, 


Mt. Clemens. 
Tekonsha. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 


R. P. Eldredge. 
Theron Hamilton. 


8 Trenton, 


Trenton. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


N. C. Alvord. 


9 Evergreen, 

10 Dowagiac, 

11 Pine Grove, 


St. Clair. 
Dowagiac. 
Port Huron. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 


A. J. Cummings. 
P. B. Beckwith. 
E. W. Harris. 


12 Battle Creek, 

13 Phoenix, 

14 Murat, 

15 Oriental, 


Battle Creek. 
Ypsilanti. 
Albion. 
Ann Arbor. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
3d Monday. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 


David Shephard. 
Charles B. Bush. 
Joseph W. Clark. 


16 La Fayette, 

17 Jackson, 


Jonesville. 
Jackson. 


Th. on or b. f. m. 
2d Thursday. 


G. C. Monroe. 
J. B. Tomlinson. 


18 Tyre, 


Coldwater. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


S. L. Dart. 


19 Adrian, 


Adrian. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


A. H. Wood. 


20 St. Albans, 


Marshall. 


Fri. on or b. f. m. 


Isaac Beers. 


21 Pontiac, 


Pontiac. 


Fri. on or b. f. m. 


A. B. Matthews. 


22 Kalamazoo, 


Kalamazoo. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


Thos. C. Brownell. 


23 Flint, 


Flint. 




. Hon. W. M. Fenton. 


24 Mt. Hermon, 


Centerville. 


Th. on or b. f. m. 


J. J. Dresler. 


25 Paw Paw, 


Paw Paw. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


0. C. Simmons. 


26 Maxson, 


Hudson. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 


Jesse Maxson. 


27 Monroe, 


Monroe. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


J. R. Grosvenor. 


28 Union, 

29 Humanity, 

30 Concord, 


Union City. 

Homer. 

Concord. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 


Edwin Perry. 
David Dorsey. 
A. J. Paddock. 


31 Portland, 


Portland. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


Moses B. Beers. 


32 Fidelity, 


Hillsdale. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


E. H. C. Wilson. 


33 Lansing, 

34 Grand River, 

35 Siloam, 


Lansing. 
Grand Rapids. 
Constantine. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 


E. R. Merrifield. 
Benj. B. Church. 
Thomas Wass, Jr. 


36 Ionia, 


Ionia. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


Z. E. Bliss. 


37 Lyons, 

38 Howell, 


Lyons. 
Howell. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 


D. C. Spalding. 
S. F. Hubbell. 


39 Western Star, 


Berrien. 




E. A. Brown. 


40 Franklin, 


Litchfield. 


Fri. on or b. f. m. 


A. R. Brown. 


41 Romeo, 


Romeo. 


Th. on or b. f. m. 


Henry M. Case. 


44 Birmingham, 
46 Orion, 


Birmingham. 
Orion. 


Th. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 


A. Partridge. 
W. E. Littell. 


47 Plymouth Rock, 

48 Austin, 


Nankin. 
Austin. 


Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 


T. J. Dean. 
B. Cogshall. 



MICHIGAN. 



215 



Location. Time of Meeting. Master. 

Sturgis. Mon. on or b. f. m. N. J. Packard. 

Jackson. 1st & 3d Weds. J. L. Mitchell, M.D. 

Almont. Mon. on or b. f. m. H. D. Fitch. 

Hastings. Z. Scidmore. 

Goodrich. Th. on or b. f. m. 

Lapeer. Tues. on or b. f. m. J. R. White. 

Cassopolis. Wed. on or b. f. m. A. J. Smith. 

St. Joseph. Th. on or b. f. m. B. F. Chadwick. 

Three Rivers. Tues. on or b. f. m. John Cowling. 

Port Huron. Tues. on or b. f. m. F. L. Wells. 

Climax. Wed. on or b. f. m. H. Arnold. 

Clark8ton. Th. on or b. f. m. Enos Church. 

Lexington. Wed. on or b. f. m. John Devine. 

Newport. Th. on or b. f. m. D. McCallum. 

Eaton Eapids. Last Thursday. T. S. S. Havens. 

Washington. Fri. on or b. f. m. Charles Bennett. 

Dexter. Th. on or b. f. m. F. Carlisle. 

Lansing. Tues. on or b. f. m. W. H. Pinckney. 

Ontonagon. Wed. on or b. f. m. Jas. Burtenshaw. 

Buchanan. Fri. on or b. f. m. Charles Clark. 

Tecumseh. Fri. on or b. f. m. M. A. Patterson. 

Mason. Wed. on or b. f. m. P. McKernan. 

Mackinac. Mon. on or b. f. m. Bela Chapman. 

Colon. Martin Gloyd. 

Dundee. B. J. Tayer. 

Utica. Oliver Adams. 

Pinckney. C. W. Haze. 

Saginaw City. Wm. L. Webb. 

Otsego. H. C. Clapp. 

Saginaw City. M. C. T. Plessner. 

Byron. B. Bostwick. 

Owosso. Wed. on or bef. f. m. M. W. Quackenbush. 

New Baltimore Chas. Terry. 

Bellevue. B. B. Hughes. 

Oxford. '. P. M. Parker. 

Ann Arbor. B. T. Corning. 

Grand Bapids. Tues. on or bef. f. m. E. D. Benedict. 

, Kalamazoo. C.H.Brown. 

Butler. Miles M. Warren. 

Belleville. Wed. on or bef. f. m. S. P. Hewett. 

Lowell. Tues. on or bef. f. m. Thos. Daniels. 

Detroit. Albert H. Jordan. 

Galesburg. G. B. Peters. 

Osseo. Wed. on or bet. f. m. Chauncy Leonard. 

Detroit. Joseph J. Rhodes. 

Morenci. F. N. Butler. 

Greenville. Mon. on or bef. f. m. John Lewis. 

Niles. W.J. Edwards. 

Waterford. F. W. Fifield. 



49 Meredian Sun, 

50 Michigan, 

51 Almont, 

52 Hastings, 

53 Atlas, 

54 Lapeer, 

55 Backus, 

56 Occidental, 

57 Three Rivers, 

58 Port Huron, 

59 Climax, 

60 Cedar, 

61 Lexington, 

62 S. Ward, 

63 Eaton Rapids, 

64 Macomb, 

65 Washtenaw, 

66 Cap. Strict Ob. 

67 Ontonagon, 

68 Buchanan, 

69 Tecumseh, 

70 Mason, 

71 Mackinac, 

73 Colon, 

74 Dundee, 

75 Utica, 

76 Livingston, 

77 Saginaw, 

78 Otsego, 

79 Germania, 

80 Byron, 

81 Owosso, 

82 Lake St. Clair, 

83 Bellevue, 

84 Oxford, 

85 Ann Arbor, 

86 Valley City, 

87 Anchor of S. 0. 

88 Butler, 

89 Myrtle, 

90 Lowell, 

91 Ashlar, 

92 Prairie. 

93 Star, 

94 Charity, 

95 J. .Moore, 

96 Greenville, 

97 Niles, 

98 Waterford, 



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No. Lodge. 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



Master. 



99 Decatur, 

100 Oakwood, 

101 Marquette, 

102 Blanchard, 

103 Greenly, 

104 White Pigeon, 

105 St. John's, 

106 St. Peter's, 

107 Eureka, 

108 Eockland, 

109 Fentonville, 

110 Hiram, 

111 Allegan, 

112 Wayne, 

113 Hamilton, 

114 Blissfield, 

115 Corunna, 

116 Excelsior, 

117 Reading, 

118 Schoolcraft, 

119 Rising Sun, 

120 Charlotte, 

121 Pokagon, 

122 Commerce, 

123 Ottawa, 
V. D. Ithica, 
U. D. Eagle, 
U. D. Fairfield, 

U. D. Stockbridge. 
U. D. Forest, 
U. D. Ovid, 
U. D. Ypsilanti, 
U. D. Bay City, 



Decatur. 

Oakwood. 

Marquette. 

Petersburg. 

Adrian. 

White Pigeon. 

St. John's. 

Edwardsburg. 

Monroe. 

Rockland. 

Fentonville. 

Flat Rock. 

Allegan. 

Wayne. 

Moscow. 

Blissfield. 

Corunna. 

Grass Lake. 

Beading. 

Schoolcraft. 

Lawrence. 

Charlotte. 

Pokagon. 

Commerce. 

Eastmanville. 

Ithica. 

Burr Oak. 

Fairfield. 

Stockbridge. 

Berlin. 

Ovid. 

Ypsilanti. 

Bay City. 



H. Canoll. 

Sloan Cooley. 

M. H. Maynard. 

W. Corbin. 

Mon. on or bef. f. m. John V. Lyon. 
Tues. on or bef. f. m. J. E. Johnson. 
Mon. on or bef. f. m. R. Plumstead. 

V A. S. Cook. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. John M. Oliver. 

J. B. Townsend. 

Wed. on or bef. f. m. M. Ayers. 

A. M. Arzeno. 

E. B. Bassett. 

Mon. on or bef. f. m. E. P. Lewis. 

S. P. Simons. 

David Carpenter. 

Tues. on or bef. f. m. H. McCurdy. 

O. R. Dibble. 

Geo. Fitzsimmons. 

Rufus A. Roys. 

Emory R. Briggs. 

E. S. Lacey. 

John Byrnes. 

Solon Cooley. 

Jas. M. Kelly. 

Wm. W. Comstock. 

O. D. Cowles. 

Rev. I. Crabb. 

Gilbert E. Corbin. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

The Grand Chapter of Michigan was organized in 5848. Its Annual Convo- 
cations are held on the second Monday in January, at such place as the Grand 
Chapter determines. Its Annual Convocation, in 5861, will be held at Detroit, 
the place where the Grand Lodge meets. This Grand Chapter is subordinate to 
the General Grand Chapter. There are 24 subordinate Chapters in this juris- 
diction. On the 27th of December, 5859, the membership of the Chapters was 
1080, and dues to Grand Chapter, $782 35. The work of the Chapters for the 
year ending December 27th, 5859, shows the following : Exalted, 173 ; Eejeoted, 
18 ; Admitted, 49 ; Suspended, 71 ; Resigned, 47 ; Expelled, 5 ; Died, 18. 



MICHIGAN. 



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No. Name. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 

Location. Time of Meeting. 



1 Monroe, 

2 St. Joseph's Valley, 

3 Jackson, 

4 La Fayette, 

5 Oakland, 

6 Washtenaw, 

7 Grand Rapids, 

8 Jonesville, 

9 Lansing, 

10 Adrian, 

11 Centerville, 

12 St. Clair, 

13 Kalamazoo, 

14 Ionia, 

15 Washington, 

16 Peninsular, 

17 Romeo, 

18 Hillsdale, 

19 Battle Creek, 

20 Ontonagon, 

21 Temple, 

22 River Raisin, 

23 Salathiel, 

24 Eaton Rapids, 



Detroit. 

Niles. 

Jaokson. 

Marshall. 

Pontiac. 

Ann Arbor. 

Grand Rapids. 

Jonesville. 

Lansing. 

Adrian. 

Centerville. 

St. Clair. 

Kalamazoo. 

Ionia. 

Flint. 

Detroit. 

Romeo. 

Hillsdale. 

Battle Creek. 

Ontonagon. 

Coldwater. 

Monroe. 

Three Rivers. 

Eaton Rapids. 



Thursday on or bef. full m. 
Thursday on or bef. full m. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. 
Monday on or bef. full m. 
Monday on or bef. full m. 
Thursday after full moon. 
Tuesday on or bef. full m. 
Thursday on or bef. full m. 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. 
Tuesday on or bef. full m. 
Tuesday on or bef. full m. 
Friday on or bef. full moon. 
Thursday on or bef. full m. 
Friday before full moon. 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. 
Friday after full moon. 
Thursday on or bef. full m. 
2d Thursday. 

Wednesday on or af. full m. 
Friday on or bef. full m. 
Friday after full moon. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

Organized 5858. 

The Grand Council of Michigan holds its Annual Convocation on the second 
Tuesday of January. It has 8 subordinate Councils under its jurisdiction, which 
have 153 members, as per returns January, 5860. 



No. Name. 


Location. 


1 Monroe, 


Detroit. 


2 St. Clair, 


St. Clair. 


3 Pontiac, 


Pontiac. 


4 River Raisin, 


Monroe. 



SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 

No. Name. 

5 JoneBville, 

6 Mount Moriah, 

7 Three Rivers, 
U. D. Adrian, 



Location. 
Jonesville. 
Coldwater. 
Three Rivers. 
Adrian. 



GRAND COMMANDERY. 

Organized April 7, 1858. 

The Grand Commandery of Michigan holds its Annual Conclave on the first 
Tuesday in June, at the City of Detroit. It has 9 subordinate Commanderies 
under its jurisdiction, and 196 Sir Knights, as per report June, 1859. 



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No. Name. 


Location. 


No. Name. 


1 Detroit, 


Detroit. 


6 Romeo, 


2 Pontiao, 


Pontiac. 


7 St. Clair, 


3 Eureka, 


Hillsdale. 


9 Jaekson, 


4 Monroe, 


Monroe. 


10 Jacobs, 


5 De Molay, 


Grand Rapids. 





Location. 



Romeo. 
Port Huron. 
Jackson. 
Coldwater. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

ADMAN, Lenawee County. 

Adrian Lodge, 19, meets Wednesday on or before full moon. 

Allen, William D., Track Master. Greenly, 103; Adrian chap., 10. 

Backus, Clark B., Postmaster. Adrian, 19. 

Botsford, J. G., Proprietor Botsford Hotel. Greenly, 103. 

Cole, James H., Bank Teller. S. D., Greenly, 103 ; Adrian chap., 10. 

Converse, Erastus, Harness-maker. Tyler, Adrian, 19 ; Adrian chap., 10. 

Drew, Delos. Adrian, 19 ; Adrian chap., 10. 

Garrett, H. D., Foreman M. S. N. I. R. B. Machine shop. Greenly, 103. 

Grannis, Henry A., Express Agent. J. W., Greenly, 103 ; Secty., Adrian 
chap., 10 ; Recorder, Adrian coun., U. D. 

Greenly, W. L., Attorney and Counselor, Ex-Governor. Grand Master of 
Grand Lodge, and P. G. H. P. of Grand chap., Michigan. 

Hart, Pred, Bank Teller. S. W., Greenly, 103 ; S., Adrian chap., 10. 

King, Wm. P., Watchmaker. S. D., Adrian, 19 ; P. S., Adrian chap., 10 ; 
Adrian coun., U. D. 

Knowles, J. H, Bookbinder. Bloomington, 43, Illinois. 

Lantz, Peter A.. Ticket Agent. Oriental, 33, Chicago, 111. 

Lathrop, Miles, Locomotive Engineer. Adrian, 19 ; Adrian chap., 10. 

Lyon, John V., Banker. W. M., Greenly, 103; C. H., Adrian chap., 10; 
Monroe com., 4. 

Marvin, A. L, Mercantile Clerk. Adrian, 19. 

Mills, Wm. L., Hat and Cap Manufacturer. Treas., Greenly, 103; Adrian 
chap., 10. 

Nichols, E. R., Locomotive Engineer. St. Alban's, 20; R. A. Mason. 

Payne, Geo. P., Blank-book Manufacturer. P. M., Adrian, 19 ; P. H. P., 
Adrian chap., 10, K. T. 

Secord, Asa P., Telegraph line repairer. Myrtle, 89. 

Starret, Charles, R. R. Conductor. Greenly, 103 ; Adrian chap., 10. 

Stevenson, James, Moulder. Sylvania, 287, Ohio. 

Wheeler, L. J., Locomotive Engineer. Greenly, 103 ; Adrian chap., 10 ; 
Adrian coun., U. D. ; Monroe com., 5. 

Wood, A. H, Clothing Merchant. W. M., Adrian, 19 ; P. O. H., Adrian, 10. 

Woodberry, Dwight A., Proprietor Bracket House. Greenly, 103. 



MICHIGAN. 219 

BIEMIUGHAM, Oakland County. 

Bodine, John, Merchant Tailor and Justice of the Peace. Treas., Birming- 
ham, 44. 
Brittan, Wm. C, Saddle and Harness. Secty., Birmingham, 44. 
Mitchell, Robert J., Merchant. Steward, Birmingham, 44. 
Partridge, A., Wagon and Carriage Manufacturer. W. M., Birmingham, 44. 
Bouse, Peter, retired from business. Past Treas., Birmingham, 44. 

COLD "WATER, Branch County. 

Allen, A., firm of Allen & Pratt, Dealers in Boots and Shoes. P. S. W., 
Tyre, 18 ; Scribe, Temple chap., 21 ; Treas., Mt. Moriah coun., 6 ; Capt. G., 
Jacob's com., 10. 

Barrett, Wallace W., Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Tyre, 18. 

Beech, John Henry, Physician and Surgeon. P. S. W., Tyre, 18 ; H. P., 
Temple chap., 21 ; Mt. Moriah coun., 6. 

Bovee, David, Wholesale and Betail Grocer. J. W., Tyre, 18 ; King, Temple 
chap., 21 ; Steward, Mt. Moriah coun., 6. 

Dart, Seaman L., Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. W. M., Tyre, 18 ; P. S., 
Temple chap., 21 ; Thrice 111. G. M., Mt. Moriah coun., 6 ; Jacob's com., 10. 

Drake, B. H, Boot, Shoe, and Leather Dealer. P. S. W., Tyre, 18 ; G. M. 
2d Veil, Temple chap., 21 ; P. 0. of W., Mt. Moriah coun., 6 ; Jacob's com., 10. 

Eddy, Franklin T., Attorney and Register of Deeds. Tyre, 18 ; Secy., Temple 
chap., 21; Recorder, Mt. Moriah coun., 6; E. C, Jacob's com., 10. 

Mather, Elihu, Leather Dealer. Tyre, 18 ; Initiated a.l. 5803 ; Treas., 
Temple chap., 21 ; Mt. Moriah coun., 6. 

Nichols, Phineas P., Physician and Surgeon. Sec, Tyre, 18. 

Norton, A. T., Proprietor Michigan Southern Hotel. Paw Paw, 25. 

Rodman, A., Merchant. Tyre, 18 ; Temple chap., 21. 

COBTTlfTJ'A, Shiawassee County. 

Allen, George N., Proprietor Allen Hotel. Corunna, 115. 

Belden, A. A., Merchant. Treas., Corunna, 115. 

Converse, C. S., General Land and Tax and County Register. Corunna, 115. 

Ewing Charles, Shoemaker and Farmer. Corunna, 115. 

Fitch, Joseph M., Farmer. S. W., Corunua, 115. 

Goodell, George W., Mercantile Clerk. J. D., Corunna, 115 ; Western Star 
chap., 35, Batavia, N. Y. 

Hewitt, John Irving, M,D. and Druggist. Corunna, 115 ; P. K., Monroe 
chap., 1 ; Monroe coun., 1 ; Detroit com., 1. 

Ireland, Joseph, Saddle and Harness. Corunna, 115. 

McCurdy & Raynale, Attorneys and Counselors at Law. Corunna, 115. 

Merrill, James C, Mercantile Clerk. Corunna, 115. 

Moore, E. C, Hardware Merchant. J. W., Corunna, 115. 

Parsons, S. Titus, Prosecuting Attorney. Corunna, 115. 

Phelps, Lorenzo Dow, Bookseller, Stationer, and News Agent. Corunna, 115 

Rollo, Wm., Mechanic. Corunna, 115. 

Thayer, Joseph M., Sash, Door, and Blind Manufacturer. Steward, Corunna, 
115. 

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Wade, E. P., Boot, Shoe and Leather Dealer. Corunna, 115. 
Wheeler, James B., Postmaster and Banker. Secty., Corunna, 115. 
Wilcox, George, Druggist, Grocer, and Contractor. Corunna, 115. 
Wild, John L., Shaving and Hair Dressing Saloon. Corunna, 115. 

DETROIT. 

Friesner, Isaiah, Traveling Wholesale Dealer in Watch Materials. Western 
Union, 146, N. Y. ; Genesee River chap., 152, N. T. ; R. and S. Master ; Alle- 
ghany com., 12. 

FENTONVILLE, Genesee County. 

Ayers, M., Insurance Agent and Forwarding Merchant. Past and Present 
W. M., Fentonville, 109 ; Washington chap., 15. 

Cook, 0. G., Flour Manufacturer. Fentonville, 109. 

Dibble, Joel, Teamster. J. D., Fentonville, 109. 

Gaines, Thomas, Mercantile Clerk. Fentonville, 109. 

Horton, Dexter, Commission and Forwarding Merchant. Secretary, Fenton- 
ville, 109. 

Kenyon, Frank P., Mercantile Clerk. Fentonville, 109. 

Wilmot, George W., Druggist and Grocer. Pontiac, 21; Oakland chap., 5. 

Wilover, H. A., Dry Goods and Groceries. Fentonville, 109. 

GBABTD BAFIDS, Kent County. 

Benedict, Ed. D., Telegraph Operator. W. M., Valley City, 86; Grand 
Eapids chap., 7 ; Thrice 111. G. M., Tyre coun., U. D. ; P. E. C, De Molay 
com., 5. 

Church, Benj. B., Meat Market. W. M., Grand River, 34 ; P. K., Grand 
Rapids chap., 7 ; De Molay com., 5 ; Past J. G. W. of Grand Lodge. 

Collins, R. M., Flour and Produce Dealer. Grand River, 34 ; Grand Rapids 
chap., 7. 

Coon, Denby L., R. R. Clerk. Ionia, 36 ; Ionia chap., 14. 

Lyon, T. H., retired from business. Deputy Grand Master, Grand Lodge; 
P. M., Grand River, 34 ; P. H. P., Grand Rapids chap., 7 ; Monroe coun., 
1 ; Gen. De Molay com., 5. 

Morrison, Lewis C, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Secretary, 
■Brand River, 34. 

Parks, Chas. P., Engineer and Machinist. Valley City, 86. 

Porter, Benj. F., Grocer. J. W., Valley City, 86 ; G. M. of 3d Veil, Grand 
Rapids chap., 7. 

Reynolds, Wm. EC., Book-keeper. Secretary, Valley City, 86 ; G. M. 2d Veil, 
Grand Rapids chap., 7. 

Valley City Lodge meets Tuesday on or before full moon each month. 

HILLSDALE, Hillsdale County. 

Ames, Jacob O., Bookseller. S. W., Fidelity, 32 ; H. P., Hillsdale chap., 18; 
Eureka com., 3. 

Armstrong, Jno. H., Hide's and Leather. Fidelity, 32 ; Washtenaw chap., 6 ; 
S. W., Eureka com., 3. 



MICHIGAN. 221 

Burnhehner, Elias, Clothing Merchant. Fidelity, 32 ; Steward, Hillsdale 
chap., 18; Jonesville com., 5. 

Evans, Geo. D., Hillsdale House. Fidelity, 32. 

Farnam, H. T., Druggist and Grocer. P. M., Fidelity, 32 ; King, Hillsdale 
chap., 18 ; P. B. 0. Eureka com., 3. 

French, Franklin, Physician and Surgeon. P. M., Fidelity, 32 ; P. H. P., 
Hillsdale chap., 18 ; E. 0., Eureka com., 3 : P. G. K., G. 0., Michigan. 

Mosher, Wm. J., Mercantile Clerk. Fidelity, 32. 

Potter, Wm., retired from business. Fidelity, 32 ; Jonesville chap., 8. 

Eowe, Richard, Merchant Tailor. J. W., Fidelity, 32 ; S., Hillsdale chap., 
18 ; Jonesville coun., 5 ; Past E. C, Eureka com., 3. 

Rowlson, H. W., Hillsdale Standard. Fidelity, 32. 

Shattuck, L. B., Merchant. Treasurer, Fidelity, 32 ; R. A. C, Hillsdale chap., 
18 ; Jonesville coun., 5 ; Eureka com., 3. 

Strunk, Peter, Strunk's Hotel. Fidelity, 32 ; Hillsdale chap., 18. 

Warren, Geo. W. Fidelity, 32. 

Welper, N. B., Hillsdale County Democrat. Fidelity, 32 ; Hillsdale chap., 18. 

Whelan, Arvin F., M.D. P. S. W. and Secretary, Fidelity, 32 ; Hillsdale 
chap., 18 ; Prelate, Eureka com., 3. 

Wilson, E. H. C, Judge Circuit Court. W. M. Fidelity, 32 ; P. H. P. Hills- 
dale chap., 18. 

HUDSON, Lenawee County. 

Barse, Wm. B., Hardware Merchant. Maxson, 26. 

Beach, F. D., Cooper. Maxson, 26. 

Beach, H., Boot and S-hoe Dealer. Maxson, 26. 

Bean, John, Mechanic. Treasurer, Maxson, 26. 

Canniff, Enos, Lumber Dealer. Maxson, 26. 

Chamberlin, D. P., Physician. W. M., Maxson, 26 ; Adrian chap., 10, 

Farnam, J. B., Druggist and Express Agent. Secretary, Maxson, 26 ; Adrian 
chap., 10 ; Eureka com., 3. 

Galatin, Albert, Book-keeper. J. D., Maxson, 26. 

Gillett, R. M., Merchant. Maxson, 26. 

Grenell, H. W., Merchant. S. W., Maxson, 26 ; Jonesville chap., 8 ; Eureka 
com., 3. 

Gridley, E., Cooper. Tyler, Maxson, 26. 

Harris, Caleb, Mercantile Clerk. Maxson, 26. 

Mosher, Louis, Mercantile Clerk. J. Moors, 95. 

Piper, Robt. B., Blacksmith. P. M., Maxson, 26 ; Adrian chap., 10 ; Eureka 
com., 3. 

Sawdy, Orris S., Mercantile Clerk. Maxson, 26. 

Walton, E. J., Dairyman and Farmer. Maxson, 26. 

IOMTA, Ionia County. 
Axtell, Charles H, Operative Mason. J. W., Ionia, 36. 
Bartlett, Benj. F., Boot and Shoe Dealer. Ionia, 36. 

Blanchard, John 0., Attorney and Counselor. Lowell, 90 ; Ionia chap., 14 ; 
De Molay com., 5. 
Bliss, Z. E., M.D. W. M., Ionia, 36 ; Scribe, Ionia chap., 14. 



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Dexter, John C, Flour Manufacturer and Produce Dealer. P. S. W., Ionia, 
36 ; Ionia chap., 14. 

Puller, Albion, Boot and Shoe Dealer. Ionia, 36. 

Hall, Fred., Land Agent. S. W., Ionia, 36 ; P. H. P., Ionia chap., 14 ; 
Monroe coun., 1 ; De Molay com., 5 ; P. D. G. H. P. of Grand Chap. 

Ionia Lodge, No. 36, meets Wednesday on or before full moon. 

Irish, David, Postmaster and Grocer. P. S. W., Ionia, 36 ; Bang, Ionia 
chap., 14. 

Kennedy, James, Insurance Agent. P. Secretary, Ionia, 36 ; Secretary, Ionia 
chap., 14. 

Mann, Loomis, Tin and Stove Dealer. J. D., Ionia, 36. 

Smith, Joel, Merchant. Ionia, 36. 

Taylor, P. H., Architect and Builder. P. M., Ionia, 36; P. K., Ionia 
chap., 14. 

Wilson, Geo. W., Deputy U. S. Marshal. P. M., Ionia, 36 ; H. P. Ionia 
chap., 14 ; De Molay com., 5 ; Grand Recorder of Grand Com., Michigan. 

JOBTESVILLE, Hillsdale County. 

Nimocks, B., Justice of the Peace, Insurance and General Collecting Agent. 
Secretary, Lafayette, 16 ; H. P. Jonesville chap., 8 ; Becorder, Jonesville 
coun., 5. 

LAKE POET, St. Clair County. 

Beaton, H. A., Merchant. Pine Grove, 11. 

LOWELL, Kent County. 

Blake, Charles A., Merchant. Lowell, 90. 
Chapman, Jacob, Merchant. Lowell, 90. 
Conant, 0. L., Saloon-keeper. Cuba, 306, New Tork. 
Daniels, Thomas, Grocer. W. M., Lowell, 90. 

Hooker, C. S., Postmaster and Merchant. P. J. and S. W., Lowell, 90 ; 
Grand Rapids chap,, 7 ; De Molay com., 5. 
Shear, John B., Lumber Merchant. J. W., Lowell, 90. 
Stevens, B. M., Proprietor Lowell House. Greenville, 96 ; Ionia, 14 
Vanderburgh, A. C, Druggist. Lowell, 90. 
White, Isaac N., Boot and Shoe Dealer. Treasurer, Lowell, 90. 
Winegar, B. M., Miller. P. J. D., Lowell, 90. 

LYON'S, Ionia County. 

Browsseau, Julius, Teacher. Lyons, 37. 

Burns, James W., Butcher. Lyons, 37 ; Ionia chap., 14. 

French, Geo. W., Carpenter and Joiner. Ionia, 36. 

Hugg, Wm. M., M.D., Boot and Shoe Dealer. S. D., Lyons, 37. 

Lyons Lodge, No. 37, meets Monday on or before fall moon each month. 

Reynolds, John, Proprietor Muir Hotel. Ionia, 36 ; Ionia chap., 14. 

Rickey, Joseph, Merchant. Treasurer, Lyons, 37. 

Smith, S. M., Lumber Dealer. Lyons, 37 ; Ionia chap., 14 ; De Molay com., 5. 



MICHIGAN. 223 

Spaulding, D. 0., Physician and Surgeon. W. M., Lyons, 37; Battle 
Creek chap., 19. 
Staley, Wm. A., Dry Goods, Stationery, etc. Lyons, 37. 
Tyler, 0. L., Painter. Lyons, 37. 
Wagar, H. R., Druggist. S. W., Lyons, 37 ; Jackson chap., 3. 

IIONBOE. 

Dansard, B., Merchant and Banker. J. W., Monroe, 27 ; 0. H., River Raisin 
chap , 22 ; Recorder, Monroe com., 4. 

Grosvenor, Ira R., Counselor at Law. W. M., Monroe, 27. 

Darrah, Lewis, Groceries and Provisions. S. W., Monroe, 27. 

Oliver, John M., Druggist. W. M., Eureka, 107 ; Adrian chap., 10 ; Monroe 
com., 4. 

Southworth, Chas. T., Physician and Surgeon. Eureka, 107 ; River Raisin 
chap., 22. 

OWOSSO, Shiawassee County. 

Bagg, Henry C, M.D. and Postmaster. Owosso, 81. 

Byerly A. H., Banker and Collector. Owosso, 81. 

Gregory, E. D., Hardware Merchant. S. W., Owosso, 81. 

Knill, Henry, Refreshment Rooms, D. and M. Railway Station. Owosso, 81. 

Leach, Elisha, M.D. P. M., Owosso, 81 ; King, Owosso chap., U. D. ; J. G. 
W. of Grand Lodge. 

Lyon, Wm. J., Cooper. Owosso, 81. 

Moses, C. M., Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. Owosso, 81. 

Owosso Lodge, No. 81, meets Wednesday on or before full moon each month. 

Quackenbush, M. W., Boot and Shoe Dealer and Deputy U. S. Marshal. W. 
M., Owosso, 81 ; H. P., Owosso chap., U. D. 

Quackenbush, Jay L., Attorney at Law. Secretary, Owosso, 81. 

Rixon, Henry, Civil Engineer. Owosso, 81. 

Ross, Collin, Track Master D. and M. Railway. Owosso, 81. 

Stewart, R. L. and M. L., Grocers. Owosso, 81. 

Wait, Daniel, Butcher. Owosso, 81. 

Williams, A. L., President of Amboy, Lansing and Traverse Bay R. R. P. 
S. W. and founder of Owosso, 81 ; Scribe, Owosso chap., U. D. 

PIHCKNET, Livingston County. 
Waggoner, Edward G., Wagon and Carriage Manufacturer. Livingston, 76. 

POH'TIAC, Oakland County. 

Darrow, Prank, Justice of the Peace. P. M., Pontiac, 21 ; H. P., Oakland 
chap., 5 ; T. I. G. M., Pontiac coun., 3 ; E. C, Pontiac com., 2 : T. I. G. Pur- 
suivant, Grand Coun. ; E. Grand G. of G. Com. ; Grand S. of G. Chap. ; P. U. 
P. of. G. L., Michigan. 

Denton, S. W., Postmaster. Pontiac, 21 ; G. M. of 2d Veil, Oakland chap., 
5 ; Pontiac coun., 3. 

Elliott, Richard H., Druggist. P. J. W. Pontiac, 21 ; G. M. of 3d Veil, Oak- 
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Foster, John P., Constable and T. Treasurer. S. W., Pontiac, 21 ; Oak- 
land chap., 5. 

Fritz, A. T., Cabinet-maker and Undertaker. J. D., Pontiac, 21 ; Oakland 
chap., 5. 

Jewell, Daniel, Baker and Confectioner. Pontiac, 21. 

Kelly, A. S., Mercantile Clerk. Pontiac, 21 ; G. M. 3d Veil, Oakland chap., 
5 ; Pontiac com., 2. 

Mathews, A. B., Flour Manufacturer. W. M., Pontiac, 21 ; King, Oakland 
chap., 5 ; P. P. C. of W., Pontiac coun., 3; P. B. C, Pontiac com., 2, 

Turk, Thomas, Grocer. Pontiac, 21 ; Oakland chap., 5. 

Waldo, C. 0., Notary Public and Land Agent. Pontiac, 21. 

POKT HUEON, St. Clair County. 

Ames, Calvin, Manufacturer and General Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, etc. 
Port Huron, 58 ; St. Clair chap., 12 ; St. Clair com., 7. 

Campbell, A. P., Lumberman. Pine Grove, 11. 

Carleton, I. D., Land Agent and Surveyor. P. S. D., Port Huron, 58. 

Clark, Frederick R., Book-keeper. Port Huron, 58. 

Congdon, L. M., Grocer. Port Huron, 58. 

Crawford, Alexander, Engineer. Port Huron, 58. 

Davidson, James A., Salesman. Port Huron, 58. 

Field, James B., Hardware Dealer. Port Huron, 58. 

Goodman, S., Clothing Merchant. Kalamazoo, 22. 

Harris, E. W., Attorney and Notary Public. W. M., Pine Grove, 11; St. 
Clair chap., 12 ; S. W., St. Clair com., 7. 

Hassatt, Matthew Blannar, retired from business. Tyler, Port Huron, 58 ; St. 
Clair chap., 12. 

Jenney, James A., Photographist. S. D., Port Huron, 58 ; St. Clair chap., 12. 

Larned, Asa, Proprietor Larned House. Port Huron, 58. 

McKay, Gilbert, Grocery, Provisions, and Produce, etc. Port Huron, 58. 

McNeil, John, Attorney and Collecting Agent. Port Huron, 58. 

Miles, Cyrus, Banker. Port Huron, 58. 

Minne, Joseph P., Justice of the Peace. Port Huron, 58 ; St. Clair chap., 
12 ; St. Clair coun. No. 2 ; Generalissimo, St. Clair com., 7. 

Mitchell, Wm. T., Attorney at Law. S. W., Port Huron, 58 ; St. Clair chap., 
12 ; Boyal and Select Master; St. Clair com., 7. 

Potter, Geo. H., Assistant Postmaster. Port Huron, 58. 

Potter, H. S., Postmaster and Publisher Commercial. Sec'ry, Port Huron, 58. 

Scarritt, J. J., Proprietor Port Huron Press. Pine Grove, 11. 

Slusser, George M., Lumber Inspector. Port Huron, 58. 

Stillson, John, Lumberman. Pine Grove, 11. 

Stockwell, C. M., M.D. Port Huron, 58. 

Travers, John T., Physician and Surgeon. P. M., Pine Grove, 11 ; St. 
Clair chap., 12. 

Wastell, Wm., Druggist. P. J. W., Port Huron, 58. 

Wells, Fred. L., Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of Lumber. W. M., 
Port Huron, 58 ; St. Clair chap., 12 ; Sword Bearer, S^ Clair com., 7. 

Whitman, David, Flouring and Planing Mills. Pine Grove, 11. 



MICHIGAN. 225 

SABAMAC. 

Pratt, Elijah, Miller. Ionia, 36. 

Stevens, Ambrose A., Merchant. Watertown, 49, N. Y. ; Watertown R. A. 
chap., 59 ; Washington coun., 1, N. Y. ; Watertown com., 11, N. Y. 

STTTRGIS, St. Joseph County. 

Packard, N. I., Physician and Surgeon. W. M., Meridian Sun, 49 ; Centre- 
ville chap., 11. 

Page, David, firm of Page & Stow, Furniture and Hardware Dealers. S. W., 
Meridian Sun, 49. 

Pendleton, E. W., Proprietor Exchange Hotel. Meridian Sun, 49. 

Putman, Chas. H., R. R. Agent. P. J. W., Meridian Sun, 49 ; Centreville 
chap., 11 ; Royal and Select Master ; Sov. Prince Royal Secret, 32d. 

ST. JOHN'S, Clinton County. 

Brainard, W. W., Cabinet-maker. P. M., St. John's, 105 ; R. A. Mason. 
Hays, James, Freight Agent. Secretary, St. John's, 105. 
Leech, J. E., Druggist and Grocer. J. W., St. John's, 105. 
Lucas, J. B., Stage Agent. St. John's, 105 ; Jackson chap., 3. 
Plumstead, Ransom, Merchant. W. M., St. John's, 105. 

TECUMSEH. 

Blanchard, S. Grand Visitor and Lecturer; P. M., Centre Lodge, Rutland, 
Vermont; P. King, Green Mountain chap., Vermont ; P. E. C, Green Mountain 
com., 3, Vermont ; P. H. P., Adrian chap., 10 ; Initiated Sept., a.l. 5818. 

THEEE EIVEKS, St. Joseph County. 

Bassett, D., Boot and Shoe Dealer. Three Rivers, 57. 

Bassett, I. C. P. S. D., Three Rivers, 57 ; C. H., Salathiel chap., 23 ; Three 
Rivers coun., 7. 

Bateman, David M., Hardware Dealer. J. W., Three Rivers, 57 ; R. A. C, 
Salathiel chap., 23 ; Guard, Three Rivers Coun., 7. 

Bingham, Jay, Druggist. Three Rivers, 57. 

Boutwell, R. M., Groceries and Provisions. Three Rivers, 57 , Salathiel 
chap., 23. 

Cole, Ezra, Banker and Produce Dealer. P. M., Three Rivers, 57; H. P., 
Salathiel chap., 23 ; Three Rivers coun., 7. 

Cole, H. H, Banker and Insurance Agent. P. M., Three Rivers, 57 . Sec'y, 
Salathiel chap., 23 ; Recorder, Three Rivers couo., 7. 

Cowling, John, Accountant. W. M., Three Rivers, 57 ; King, Salathiel chap., 
23 ; P. C. of W., Three Rivers coun., 7. 

Gilbert, John, Baggage Master M. S. and N. I. R. R. Three Rivers, 57. 

Gillispie, Geo. W., Architect and Builder. Treasurer, Three Rivers, 57; 
Treasurer, Salathiel chap., 23 ; Three Rivers coun., 7. 

Griffiths, Wm, R. R. Clerk. Secretary, Three Rivers, 57 ; G. M. 3d Veil, 
Salathiel chap., 23. 

Hiles, Joseph, Architect and Builder. P. Treasurer, Three Rivers, 57. 



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Hutchison, 0. C, Clothing Manufacturer. Three Rivers, 57. 

Lord, D. H., Banker and Dealer in Land Warrants. P. M., Three Rivers, 
57 ; Hillsdale chap., 18 ; P. J. Grand D. of G. L. 

Morse, J. C, Agent M. S. and N. I. R. R. Three Rivers, 57 ; Scribe, Sala- 
thiel chap., 23 ; Deputy T. I. G. M., Three Rivers coun., 7. 

Three Rivers Lodge, 57, meets Tuesday on or before full moon. 

Wheeler, Wm. E., Dry Goods Merchant. Three Rivers, 57. 

TEENTON, Wanye County. 
Jaquith, Austin E., Lumberman. P. S. W., Trenton, 8. 

WHITE PIGEON, St. Joseph County. 

Comstock, A., Mercantile Clerk. Secretary, White Pigeon, 104. 

Dunwell, Charles, Agent U. S. Express and R. R. White Pigeon, 104; Cen- 
treville chap., 11 ; R. and S. Master. 

Dunwell, Chas. B., R. R. Fireman. White Pigeon, 104. 

Fox, Jacob J., R. R. Conductor. White Pigeon, 104 ; Centreville chap., 11. 

Hackenberg, E. L., firm of Hackenberg & Son, Merchants. White Pigeon, 104. 

Hotchins, John, Saddle and Harness. White Pigeon, 104. 

Johnson, J. Eastman, Attorney at Law, Regent of State University. W. 31., 
White Pigeon, 104 ; P. King, Centreville chap., 11 ; R. and S. Master, Grand 
Secretary, Grand Chap. 

Leonard, Mike, Track Master. S. D., White Pigeon, 104; Centreville 
chap., 11. 

May, Col. W. J., Hotel and Eating Saloon. White Pigeon, 104; Centreville 
chap., 11. 

Millis, J. W., R. R. Conductor. White Pigeon, 104. 

White Pigeon Lodge, 104, meets Tuesday on or before full moon. 

Woodbery, C. C, Postmaster and Justice of the Peace. S. W., White 
Pigeon, 104; Centreville chap., 11. 



In 1509, on the accession of Henry Till., Cardinal Woolsey was appointed 
Grand Master, and notwithstanding his bad conduct in other respects, he was 
very attentive to the concerns of the fraternity, who prospered under his adminis- 
tration. 

On the disgrace of the Cardinal, in 1530, Cromwell, Earl of Essex, succeeded 
as Grand Master. 

Henry VI., King of England, was made a Mason in 1442. 

Hume, the philosopher and historian, was a Freemason. 

Lavater, the celebrated physiognomist, was a Mason. 

The celebrated Sir Walter Scott was a Mason. 

November 24th, 1790, in consequence of the death of the Duke of Cumber- 
land, the Prince of Wales was appointed Grand Master of England in his 
place. 



MINNESOTA. 



GRAND LODGE, 

The Grand Lodge of Minnesota was organized February 23, 5853. Its Annual 
Communications are held in the City of St. Paul, commencing on the fourth 
Tuesday in October. Its membership is composed of the Grand Officers, Past 
Grand and Deputy Grand Masters, and Past Grand Wardens, and the Masters 
and Wardens of its subordinate Lodges. The revenue of the Grand Lodge is 
derived from the following sources : — 

For Dispensations for new Lodges. .... $20 00 

For Charters, in addition 25 00 

For Dispensations for the 3 Degrees, in one evening . 5 00 

For Grand Lodge Diplomas 1 50 

For each Degree conferred 1 00 

For each Member 50 

For every Affiliation 50 

Eegistry of every Member or Mason made. . . 10 

A correspondent, in forwarding the names of the Grand Officers elect during 
the session of the Grand Lodge, in October, 5860, informs us that there are 31 
subordinate Lodges in Minnesota, without giving us the names and locations of 
the Lodges organized since October, 5859, at which time there were 23 Lodges 
which returned 786 Members, 84 Initiations, and 3 Deaths. 
The Officers of the Grand Lodge, elected October, 5860, are : — 
A. T. C. Piekson, M. W. Grand Master. 

D. B. Loomis, B. W. Deputy Grand Master. 
Jno. O. Whipple, B. W. Senior Grand Warden. 
C. W. Thompson, B. W. Junior Grand Warden. 

E. Case, E. W. Grand Treasurer. 

Geo. W. Peescott, E. W. Grand Secretary. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No. Lodge. 

1 St. John's, 

2 Cataract, , 

3 St. Paul, 

4 Hennepin, 



Location. 
Stillwater. 
St. Anthony. 
St. Paul. 
Minneapolis. 



5 Ancient Landmark, St. Paul. 

7 Dakota, Hastings. 

8 Red Wing. Red Wing. 

9 Faribault, Faribault. 
10 -Pacific, St. Paul. 



Time of Meeting. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
2d & 4th Wednesd'ys. 
2d & 4th Thursdays. 
2d & 4th Wednesd'ys. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 



Master. 
L. E. Thompson. 
M. W. Getchell. 
G. W. Merrill. 
E. B. Ames. 
C. W. Carpenter. 
C. P. Adams. 
W. W. Phelps. 
John C. Whipple. 
N. P. Longford. 
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No. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



11 Mantorville, Mantorville. 

12 Mankato, Mankato. 
14 Wapahasa, Wabashaw. 

16 Moutioello, Moaticello. 

17 Hokah, Hokah. 

18 Winona, Winona. 

19 Minneapolis, Minneapolis. 

21 Rochester, Rochester. 

22 Pleasant Grove, Pleasant Grove. 

26 Western Star, Albert Lea. 

27 Blue Earth Val'y, Winnebago City. 

28 Clear Water, Clear Water. 

29 La Crescent, La Crescent. 

30 Anoka. Anoka. 



1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
2d & 4th Wednesd'ys 
Monday before f. m. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Wednesd'ys. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Tu. on or bef. I. m. 
2d & 4th Weds. 
Tu. on or bef. f. m. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 



Jas. M. Ryder. 
.Lewis Branson. 
J. J. Stone. 
Aug. Merritt. 
Edward Thompson, 
Jas. S. Campbell. 
Joseph Dean. 
C. C. Jones. 
Geo. W. Green. 
A. W. White. 
Loyal Dudley. 
W. T. Rigby. 
J. C. Pennington. 
Owen Evans. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

Organized December 17th, 5859. 

This Grand Chapter is subordinate to the General Grand Chapter. It has 
under its jurisdiction, so far as we are advised, 3 subordinate Chapters, 2 of 
which, at the Triennial Convocation of the General Grand Chapter in September, 
5859, returned 107 members. 



No. 


Name. 


Location. 


1 


Minnesota, 


St. Paul. 


2 


Vermillion, 


Hastings. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 

No. Name. 

3 St. Anthony Falls, 



Location. 
St. Anthony. 



COMMANDERY. 

There is one Commandery in Minnesota, Chartered as Damascus Commandery, 
No. 1, September, 1856, located at St. Paul. At the Triennial meeting of the 
Grand Encampment of the United States, 1859, it reported 33 members. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

Cogshall, E. W., Architect and Builder, Hastings. Mount Vernon, 64, Ohio. 

Narger, Samuel, Clerk, Port Ripley. Hillsborough, 25, Florida. 

Pierson, A. T. C, Accountant, St. Paul. P. E. S., 32d deg. ; Grand Master 
of Grand Lodge ; T. I. G. M., Minnesota coun., R. and S. Masters ; M. E. H. 
P., Minnesota chap., 1. 



September 24th, 1793, Gustavus, King of Sweden, was initiated into Free- 
masonry at the Grand Lodge of Stockholm, under the auspices of the king, his 
uncle, who presided as Grand Master. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Mississippi was organized July 27th, 5818. The Annual 
Communications are held on the first Monday of January, at the City of Jack- 
son, or such other place as the Grand Lodge determines. Its membership is 
composed of the Grand Officers, Past Grand Officers, Past Masters, and Masters 
and Wardens of its subordinate Lodges. The revenue of the Grand Lodge is 
derived from the following sources :— 

For Dispensations for new Lodges . . . . . $20 00 

For Charter, in addition 20 00 

For every Degree conferred . .... 1 00 

For every Member 75 

There were 238 subordinate Lodges in this jurisdiction in January last, 219 
of which returned the following work for the past year: Initiations, 1115; 
Passings, 981 ; Eaisings, 971 ; Admissions, 370 ; Dimissions, 748 ; Suspensions, 
301; Expulsions, 15; Reinstatements, 161 ; Deaths, 143. Total number of Mas- 
ter Masons reported, 9045. The 19 Lodges which made no returns, the Grand 
Secretary estimates the membership 400, which would make the actual member- 
ship within the jurisdiction about 10,560. 

Annual dues reported, $8947 10. The annual dues of the remaining 19 
Lodges at least $400, making the annual revenue, say $9300. 

The Officers of the Grand Lodge for the present year are : — 
D. Mitchell, M. W. Grand Master. 
W. A. Champlin, R. W. Dep. Grand Master. 

C. T. Bond, R. W. Senior Grand "Warden. 

N. J. Beckett, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 
Rev. Thomas W. Casket, R W. Grand Chaplain. 
B. S. Tappan, R. W. Grand Treasurer. 
Ro. W. T. Daniel, R. W. Grand Secretary. 
Thomas J. Sharpe, R. W. Grand Marshal. 
Dent. H. Miles, R. W. Senior Grand Deacon. 

D. R. Pettit, R. W. Junior Grand Deacon. 
Walter Dennay, R. W. Grand Sword Bearer. 
B. Bowman, R. W. Grand Pursuviant. 

A Bobbins, R. W. Grand Tyler. 

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SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



1 Harmony, 

2 Andrew Jackson, 

3 Washington, 
5 Columbus, 

16 Clinton, 

17 Pearoe B. Tutt, 

18 Quitman, 

19 Leaf River, 
21 Raymond, 

23 Pearl, 

24 Lexington, 

25 Gallatin, 

26 Yieksburg, 

28 Canton, 

29 Coleman, 

31 Grenada, 

32 Aberdeen, 

33 Oxford, 

34 Olive Branch, 

35 Holly Springs, 

36 Carrollton, 

37 Liberty, 
40 Macon, 

42 Yazoo, 

43 Shady Grove, 
45 Salem, 

47 Ripley, 

48 Pythagorean, 

49 Greensboro', 
51 Hernando, 

53 Lafayette, 

54 Sterling, 

55 Chulahoma, 

56 Mississippi, 

57 Harrison, 

58 Thos. Hinds, 

59 Tappan, 

60 St. Albans, 

61 Eureka, 

62 Marion, 

63 Asylum, 

65 Silas Brown, 

66 Panola, 

67 Houston, 

68 Vannatta, 

69 Holmesville, 



Natchez. 

Natchez. 

Port Gibson. 

Columbus. 

Clinton. 

Benton. 

Providence. 

Monroe. 

Raymond. 

Jackson. 

Lexington. 

Gallatin. 

Vicksburg. 

Canton. 

Brandon. 

Grenada. 

Aberdeen. 

Oxford. 

Williamsburg. 

Holly Springs. 

Carrollton. 

Liberty. 

Macon. 

Yazoo. 

Shady Grove. 

Salem. 

Ripley. 

Middleton. 

Greensboro'. 

Hernando. 

Quitman. 

Paulding. 

Chulahoma. 

Rodney. 

Garlandsville. 

Fayette. 

Brownsville. 

Columbia. 

Richland. 

Marion. 

Woodville. 

Jackson. 

Panola. 

Houston. 

Raleigh. 

Holmesville. 



1st Saturday. , 

2d Saturday. 

2d Saturday. 

1st Friday. 

Saturday b. f. m. 

1st Saturday. 

2d Saturday. 

4th Saturday. 

1st Saturday. 

1st Saturday. 

1st Saturday. 

3d Saturday. 

1st Saturday. 

3d Saturday. 

1st Saturday. 

2d Monday. 

1st Friday. 

1st Thursday. 

Wed. before 1st Sat. 

1st Monday. 

2d Saturday. 

3d Monday. 

2d Saturday. 

1st Tuesday. 

2d Saturday. 

2d Saturday. 

2d Saturday. 

Saturday bef. f. m. 

3d Friday. 

2d Monday. 

2d Saturday. 

1st Saturday. 

1st Monday. 

1st Saturday. 

3d Saturday. 

2d Saturday. 

4th Saturday. 

2d Saturday. 

3d Saturday. 

4th Saturday. 

Sat. on or b. f. m. 

3d Monday. 

1st Wednesday. 

3d Friday. 

2d Saturday. 

2d Saturday. 



Charles M. Hillyer. 
A. R. Tyler. 
James A. Gage. 
Stephen A. Brown. 
Geo. Stokes. 
H. Yandell. 
J. F. Normon. 
A. McLemore. 
H. T. T. Dupree. 
S. P. Baley. 
Jas. M. Haynes. 

D. B. Lowe. 

J. W. M. Harris. 

A. M. Gunley. 

E. B. Harvey. 
Thos. Hardeman. 
Newton J. Beckett. 
W. H. D. Wendel. 
H. Gregory. 

B. S. Fant. 
W. W. Hart. 

R. D. McDowell. 
J. J. Beauchamp. 
Ed. Bowman. 
J. A. Sturges. 
W. Thos. Hamer. 
J. H. Buchanan. 
Thos. E. Buchanan. 
T. N. Davis. 
J. 0. Lusher. 
M. L. Moody. 
Jas. A. Chapman. 
B. J. Wallace. 
Warren R. Dent. 
Francis B. Loper. 
Saml. Bolls. 
J. J. Birdsong. 
Jacob Barnes. 
Jas. H. Douglas. 
Wm. B. Andrews. 
John P. Dillingham. 
E. P. Russell. 
M. S. Ward. 
T. W. Blackwell. 
Lewis E. Cook. 
Geo. Nicholson. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



231 



Lotion. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



70 Evening Star, Steen's Creek. 

71 Joseph Warren, New Albany. 

72 Wilson, Enterprise. 

74 Camden, Camden. 

75 Louisville, Louisville. 

76 Ebenezer, Senatobia. 

78 Westville, Westville. 

79 Eastern Star, Montioello. 

80 Soott, Hillsboro'. 

81 Pontotoc, Pontotoc. 

82 Oakland, Oakland. 

83 Coffeeville, Coffeeville. 

84 De Witt Clinton, Shongalo. 

85 Pikeville, Buena Vista. 

86 Mount Moriah, Black Hawk. 

87 Prairie, Okolona. 

88 Trinity, Kosciusko. 

89 Abert, Starkville. 

90 Belmont, Belmont. 

91 United Friends, Princeton. 
93 Philadelphia, Philadelphia. 
95 Emory, Emory. 

97 Richmond, Richmond. 

98 Utica, Utica. 

99 N. Mt. Pleasant, N. Mt. Pleasant. 

100 De Soto, Cockrum. 

101 Malone, Palo Alto. 

102 Wayne, Wayne co. 

103 Sharon, Sharon. 

104 Coahoma, Friar's Point. 

105 Pearl River, Carthage. 

106 Union, Mt. Carmel. 

107 Bethel, Palmer's Springs. 

108 Carrollville, Carrollville. 

110 Claiborne, Rooky Springs. 

111 Moses Cook, Gainesville. 

112 Bovina, Bovina. 

113 Hyland, Warrenton. 

114 Lowndes, Columbus. 

115 Byhalia, Byhalia. 

116 Corinth, Corinth. 

117 Unity, Edward's Depot. 

118 Camargo, Camargo. 

119 Snowsville, Blackwell. 

120 Magnolia, Biloxi. 

121 Hill City, Vicksburg. 

122 Tchula, Tchula. 

123 Oak Ridge, Oak Ridge. 

124 Thomastown, Thomastown. 



1st Saturday. 
1st Friday. 
4th Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Monday. 
1st Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
4th Saturday. 
1st Friday. 
1st Tuesday. 
1st Saturday. 



William Aills. 
C. T. Bond. 
H. H. Field. 
J. W. Downs. 
Jas. M. Davis. 
W. A. Feeney. 
G. J. D. Funchess. 
H. Hampton Bridges. 
M. D. Graham. 
R. W. Edmondson. 
Geo. P. Boone. 
F. M. Aldridge. 



Saturday bef. f. m. Wiley Kelly. 

3d Saturday. L. D. Holliman. 

1st Saturday. J. M. Johnson. 

3d Saturday. Joseph Bretney. 
Saturday bef. f. m. C. B. Galloway. 

3d Friday. W. H. Gunn. 

2d Saturday. M. N. Phillips. 

1st Saturday. A. W. Moseley. 

3d Saturday. J. S. Lewis. 

2d Saturday. H. Gilliam. 

1st Friday. A. Marshall. 

3d Saturday. John C. Nixon. 

2d Saturday. John C. Warren. 

1st Saturday. J. C. Culbertson. 

1 st Tuesday. Jas. P. Deans. 

1st Saturday. Geo. H. Anderson. 

4th Saturday. B F. Comfort. 

1st Saturday. C. S. Severson. 
Friday bef. f. moon. Wm. M. Cotten. 
1st Saturday. S. H. Walker. 

3d Saturday. J. R. Greer. 
2d Thursday. A. J. Taylor. 

4th Saturday. S. McClellan. 

1st Saturday. R. B. Carre. 

2d Saturday. J. L. Hebron. 

1st Saturday. D. Rawling Pettit. 

3d Friday. James Miller. 

4th Monday. F. W. Henry. 

2d Friday. C. W. MoCard. 

4th Saturday. E. A. Way. 

2d Friday. R. C. Clark. 

1st Saturday. R. C. Love. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. Jas. Fewell. 
4th Saturday. Geo. P. Crump. 

2d Saturday. J. T. McBee. 

1st Saturday. F. C. Jones. 

1st Saturday. G. H. Myrick. 



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No. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



126 Solomon, 

127 Friendship, 

128 Tallaloosa, 
1^9 Patton, 

130 Alamutcha, 

131 Fulton, 

132 Water Valley, 

134 Lodi, 

135 Greenwood, 

136 Charles Scott, 

137 Falconer, 

138 Mellen, 

139 Castilian, 

140 Benela, 

141 Waterford, 

142 Jacinto, 

144 D. Lipscomb, 

145 Looxahoma, 

146 Jefferson, 

147 Bay St. Louis, 

148 Lamar, 

149 Orizaba, 

151 Daleville, 

152 Palmetto, 

153 Pine Bluff, 

154 Polar Star, 

155 Hartford, 

156 Harrisburg, 

157 G. Washington, 

158 Jeremiah, 

159 Cannon, 

162 St. John, 

163 Vinton, 

164 Carson, 

165 Smithville, 

166 Auburn, 

167 Bay Springs, 

168 Homestead, 

170 Benj. Franklin, 

171 Good Hope, 

172 Rienzi, 

173 Bahala, 

174 Adelphian, 

176 Sartartia, 

177 Robert Burns, 

178 Speight, 

179 Tuscambia, 

180 Chappel, 

181 Concord, 



Flewellin's X Roads. 

Como. 

Tallaloosa. 

Lauderdale. 

Alamutcha. 

Fulton. 

Water Valley. 

Lodi. 

Greenwood. 

Sandifer's Mill. 

Shoeboota. 

Chunkeyville. 

Durant. 

Benela. 

Waterford. 

Jacinto. 

Crawfordsville. 

Looxahoma. 

Scooba. 

Shieldsboro'. 

Lamar. 

Orizaba. 

Daleville. 

Palmetto M.E.Ch'r'h 

Pine Bluff. 

Handsboro'. 

Pittsboro'. 

Harrisburg. 

Charleston. 

Horn Lake. 

West Point. 

Spring Ridge. 

Vinton. 

Snow Creek. 

Smithville. 

Auburn. 

Bay Springs. 

Deasonville. 

Meadville. 

Good Hope. 

Rienzi. 

Bahala. 

Bellefonte. 

Sartartia. 

Kilimichael. 

Cotton Gin Port. 

Kossuth. 

Liberty Chappel 

Union Church. 



4th Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
4lh Monday. 
2d Friday. 
On or before f. m. 
Saturday bef. f. m. 
4th Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
4th Saturday. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Friday. 
3d Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
3d Friday. 
1st Saturday. 
.Friday on or pr. f. m. 
4th Saturday. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
1st Saturday. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
1st Friday. 
4th Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
Friday bef. 2d Sun. 
4th Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
4th Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
2d Wednesday. 
1st Saturday. 
4th Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
Sat. of or b. f. m. 
1st Friday. 
2d Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 



John P. McCrackin. 

E. F. McGehee. 
R. K. Byrd. 
Wm. S. Patton. 
J. R. McLausen. 
A. B. Bullard. 

F. S. Davidson. 
Isham P. Trotter. 
John K. Allen. 
W. S. Ritnour. 
W. B. Lindsey. 

H. B. McGee. 
W. G. McCreight. 
Benj. A. Ford. 
R. A. Hill. 
Scott Thompson. 
Thos. Lewers. 
H. C. Robinson. 
Julius C. Monet. 
C. W. Winston. 
W. G. McGill. 
John N. Rhodes. 
J. S. Kilpatrick. 
J. F. Vance. 
L. L. Davis. 
A. M. Reasons. 
J. P. Henderson. 
Edwin Armstrong. 
Geo. W. Perkins. 
Jesse Ellis. 
J. J. Smylie. 
John P. Hampton. 
J. J. Hicks. 

C. Dowd. 
H. Lowery. 
H. B. Brown. 

F. M. Beall. 
Cornelius Byrd. 

D. S. McDonald. 
John W. Stevens. 
John Guynes. 

G. M. Berryhill. 
Dent, H. Miles. 
S. C. Bains. 

R. A. Pennal. 
John F. Anderson. 
J. A. Thompson. 
John A. Galbraitb. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



233 



No. 



Time of Meeting. 



- Master. 



182 Theodosia, Sarepta. 

183 Dawson, Winchester. 

184 El Dorado, Hohenlinden. 

185 Rocky Ford, Rooky Ford. 

186 Sageville, Sageville. 

187 J. M. Howry, Spring Dale. 

188 Marietta, Marietta. 

189 Long Creek, Eureka. 

190 Centre, Centre. 

191 White Plains, Sebastol. 

193 South Union, Pulaski. 

194 Walnut Hill, Vioksburg. 

195 Laurel Hill, Laurel Hill. 

196 Blutf Springs, Bluff Springs. 

197 Dover, Dover. 

198 Oak Bowery, Oak Bowery. 

200 Hebron, Okokay. 

201 Yockena, Robina. 

202 Pascagoula, Pascagoula. 

204 Big Creek, Wiggins Chapel. 

205 Websters, Websteis. 

206 Greenville, Greenville. 

207 Marshall, Holly Springs. 

209 D. Mitchell, French Camps. 

210 Bolivar, Prentiss. 

211 Vienna, Pineville. 

212 Plattsburg, Plattsburg. 

213 Huntsville, Huntsville. 

214 Sincerity, Holmesville. 

215 Rising Glory, Osyka. 

216 Peach Creek, Peach Creek. 

217 Wm. P. Mellen, Mount Pisgah. 

218 Mooresville, Mooresville. 

219 Canaan, Canaan. 

220 Sparta, Sparta. 

221 Rankin, Pelahatchee. 

222 S. B. Stampley, Mount Carmel. 



224 New Hope, 

225 Cooper, 

226 Sylviarena, 

227 Chapel Hill, 

228 Campbelltown, 

229 Western Star, 

231 Summit, 

232 Pattona, 

233 Burnsville, 

234 Chickasawhay, De Soto 

235 Wm. R. Lackey, Senatha. 

237 Mt. Pleasant, Mount Pleasant 



New Hope Church. 

Centre Point. 

Sylviarena. 

Chapel Hill. 

Campbelltown. 

Paris. 

Summit. 

Pattona. 

Burnsville. 



4th Saturday. 

2d Saturday. 

Wed. on or af. f. m. 

4th Friday. 

2d Saturday. 

4th Friday. 

Last Saturday. 

3d Friday. 

4th Saturday. 

4th Saturday. 

3d Saturday. 

3d Saturday. 

Sat. on or bef. f. m. 

2d Saturday. 

4th Saturday. 

4th Saturday. 

4th Saturday. 

1st Saturday. 

1st Saturday. 

Friday after f. m. 

4th Saturday. 

2d Saturday. 

3d Monday. 

4th Saturday. 

2d Saturday. 

4th Saturday. 

1st Saturday. 

Sat. on or aft. f. m. 

1st Saturday. 

3d Saturday. 

2d Saturday. 

Sat. before 3d Sun. 

2d Friday. 

3d Saturday. 

On or before f. m. 

2d Saturday. 

3d Saturday. 

Saturday b. 1st Sun. 

4th Saturday. 

1st Saturday. 

Tues. after 2d Sat. 

4th Thursday. 

3d Friday. 

3d Saturday. 

3d Saturday. 

3d Wednesday. 

4th Saturday. 

3d Saturday. 

2d Saturday. 



W. S. Hudson. 
Angus Taylor. 
W. S. Wormack. 
B. M. Kilgore. 
W. J. Berry. 
L. M. Lawshe. 
W. J. Reeves. 
Peter Hubberd. 

D. T. Patterson. 
Barney Lewis. 
A. J. Windham. 
H. S. Seyms. 

J. M. Hooper. 
A. G. Noah. 
J. R. Young. 
W. C. Sansom. 
Joseph Graves. 
R. S. Boyles. 
Alfred E. Lewis. 

E. Huntley. 
W. P. Loid, 

W. A. Haycraft. 
T. W. Harris. 
H. P. Herring. 

F. A. Montgomery. 
W. C. Carr. 
Willis Kelly. 

Wm. L. D. White. 
John D. Lamkin. 
P. P. Wilson. 
A. L. Lawson. 
S. F. Billingsley. 
A. C. Tatum. 
L. L. Creag. 

A. T. Foster. 
J. M. Brooks. 
Jacob Stampley. 
Saml. Deloach. 
F. M. Ware. 

W. K. Flowers. 
J. M. Hampton. 
J. U. A. Hughes. 
T. Mauldin. 
J. G. King. 
J. B. Jones. 
J. P. Gray. 

B. J. Morrison. 
M. S. Harman. 
J. Stephens. 



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Time op Meeting. 



MiSTJBB. 



238 G. M. Hillyer, Wheeling. 

239 C. T. Bond, Hickory Flat. 

240 Pass Christian, Pass Christian. 

241 Brookhaven, Brookhaven. 

242 Walnut Grove, Walnut Grove. 

243 Baldwin, Marion Station. 

244 Jno. A. Quitman, Smithdale. 



245 Hazlehurst, 

246 Acacia, 

247 Newton, 

248 Eulogy, 

249 Waynesboro', 

250 Jonesboro', 



Hazlehurst. 

Terry. 

Newton. 

Eulogy. 

Waynesboro'. 

Jonesboro'. 



1st Saturday. 
2d Thursday. 

2d Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 



251 Double Springs, Double Springs. 

252 S. R. Adams, Lake Como. 

253 New Ireland, New Ireland. 

254 Morton, Morton. 

255 T. B. Harris, North Mt. Pleasant. 



J. T. McGee. 
P. M. Marnion. 

T. J. Spencer. 
J. R. Russell. 
G. Henderson. 
J. E. Marsalrus. 
W. W. Cook. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

The Grand Chapter of Mississippi was organized May 18th, 5846. This 
Grand Chapter is subordinate to the General Grand Chapter. Its Annual Con- 
vocations are held at the Seat of Government of the State, commencing on 
"Wednesday before the third Monday in January. It has 66 subordinate Chap- 
ters under its jurisdiction, 58 of which made returns, which exhibit the following 
work: Exaltations, 266; Admitted, 72; Dimitted, 150; Suspended, 34; Ex- 
pelled, 9 ; Died, 41 ; number of Members, 2152. The membership of the eight 
Chapters making no returns, estimated 245. Non-affiliated, estimated 500. 
Total E. A. Masons in the State, 2897. Amount of receipts, $2880 83. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 

1 Natchez, 

2 Clinton, 

3 Vicksburg, 

4 Columbus, 

5 Wilson, 

6 Jackson, 

7 Magnolia, 

8 Yazoo, 

9 Lexington, 

10 Canton, 

11 Macon, 

12 De Witt Clinton, 

13 Euphemia, 

14 Fayette, 



Location. 

Natchez. 

Port Gibson. 

Vicksburg. 

Columbus. 

Holly Springs. 

Jackson. 

Brownsville. 

Yazoo City. 

Lexington. 

Canton. 

Macon. 

Grenada. 

Aberdeen. 

Fayette. 



Time op Meeting. 
3d Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Friday. 
2d Thursday. 
1st Tuesday. 
4th Saturday. 
3d Monday. 
2d Thursday. 
1st Saturday. 
3d Monday. 
4th Thursday. 
2d Saturday. 
4th Saturday. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



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No. Name. 



LOOATION. 



Time op Meeting. 



15 Carrollton, 

16 William H. Wilkinson, 

17 Gallatin, 

18 Shields, 

19 Vernon, 

20 Kosciusko, 

21 Quitman, 

22 Raymond, 

23 Houston, 
25 Marion, 

28 Walker, 

29 Washington, 

30 Shongalo, 

31 Decatur, 

33 Lafayette, 

34 Neshoba, 

35 Charles Scott, 

36 Louisville, 

37 Union, 

40 Marshall, 

41 Spring Ridge, 

42 Amite, 

44 Tallahatchie, 

45 Enterprise, 

46 Carthage, 

47 Camargo, 

48 Ripley, 

49 New Albany, 

50 Mount Carmel, 

51 George Washington, 

52 Patton, 

53 Palo Alto, 

54 Zenith, 

55 Bethesda, 

56 Wright, 

57 Carrollville, 

58 Mt. Salus, 

59 Shoeboota, 

60 Panola, 

61 Eureka, 

62 Garrott, 

63 G. W. Perkins, 

64 Dover, 

65 Chickasaw, 

66 Jacinto, 

67 Euclid. 

68 Byhalia, 

69 Brandon, 



Carrollton. 

Woodville. 

Gallatin. 

Pontotoc 

Vernon. 

Kosciusko. 

Hernando. 

Raymond. 

Houston. 

Marion. 

Como. 

Cayuga. 

Shongalo. 

Decatur. 

Oxford. 

Philadelphia. 

Olive Branch. 

Louisville. 

Richmond. 

N. Mt. Pleasant. 

Spring Ridge. 

Amite. 

Charleston. 

Enterprisev 

Carthage. 

Camargo. 

Ripley. 

New Albany. 

Mount Carmel. 

Chulahoma. 

Lauderdale Springs, 

Palo Alto. 

Handsboro'. 

Palmer's Springs. 

Fie well in' s X Roads. 

Carrollville. 

Clinton. 

Quitman. 

Panola. 

Richland. 

Looxahoma. 

Horn Lake. 

Dover. 

Hohenlinden. 

Jacinto. 

Cockrum. 

Byhalia. 

Brandon. 

16 



4th Friday. 

Tuesday near full moon. 

1st Friday. 

1st Wednesday. 

Monday on or af. full moon. 
3d Monday. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Friday. 

1st Saturday. 

Wednesday b. 3d Saturday. 

1st Friday. 

4th Saturday. 

3d Thursday. 

2d Saturday. 

3d Monday. 
8d Friday. 
1st Monday. 

2d Monday. 
3d Monday. 
3d Thursday. 
3d Monday. 

1st Wednesday. 
1st Friday. 
1st Thursday. 
3d Saturday. 
2d Friday. 
3d Friday. 
2d Thursday. 
1st Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
2d Thursday. 
4th Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
2d Thursday. 
2d Saturday. 
2d Monday. 
2d Saturday. 
3d Friday. 
2d Friday. 
3d Thursday. 
2d Saturday. 
4 th Saturday; 
1st Friday. 



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Location. Time of Meeting. 



70 Scooba, 

71 John Hebron, 

72 Dent H. Miles, 



Scooba. 
Bovina. 
Satarlia. 



3d Wednesday. 
4th Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

Organized 5856. 
This Grand Council holds its Annual Meetings in the City of Yicksburg, on 
the second Monday in January. It has 28 subordinate Councils under its 
jurisdiction. At the Annual Meeting, 5860, only 22 Councils made returns, 
showing 722 members, and 145 degrees conferred. Annual dues paid, $290. 



SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 



No. Name. 

1 Natchez, 

2 Vicksburg, 

3 Woodville, 

4 Lexington, 

5 Jackson, 

6 Gallatin. 

7 Liberty, 

8 W. P. Mellen, 

9 Cayuga, 

10 W. H. SteTens, 

11 New Albany, 

12 Kosciusko, 

13 Holly Springs. 

14 Alexander, 

15 Panola, 

16 Byhalia, 

17 Hernando, 

18 J. M. Coopwood, 

19 Yazoo, 

21 B. Springer, 

22 De Soto, 

23 Lackey, 

24 Wm. S. Patton, 

25 Raymond, 

26 Pontotoc, 

27 John A. Quitman, 

28 Aberdeen, 



Location. 
Natchez. 
Vicksburg. 
Woodville. 
Lexington. 
Jackson. 
Gallatin. 
Liberty. 
Carroll ton. 
Cayuga. 
Grenada. 
New Albany. 
Kosciusko. 
Holly Springs. 
Chulahoma. 
Panola. 
Byhalia. 
Hernando. 
N. Mount Pleasant. 
Yazoo. 
Oxford. 
Cockrum. 
Marion. 

Lauderdale Springs. 
Raymond. 
Pontotoc. 
Enterprise. 
Aberdeen. 



Time of Meeting. 
4th Saturday. 
2d Thursday. 

1st Friday. 



2d Monday. 

1st Saturday. 

Tuesday bef. 4th Saturday. 

1st Friday. 
1st Thursday. 



3d Monday. 



1st Saturday. 

Friday after 1st Thursday. 

Friday before 2d Saturday. 



1st Saturday. 



GRAND COMMANDERT. 

Organized January 22d, 1857. 

The Grand Commandery hold its Annual Conclave in the City of Yicksbnrg, 
on the Friday after the third Monday in January. The latest proceedings re- 



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ceived show that there were 5 Oomraanderies in this jurisdiction, which returned 
216 members, 40 Orders conferred, 5 Died, and 25 Dimitted. Amount of dues 
paid, $413. 

SUBORDINATE COMMANDBRIES. 



Fo. Name. 

1 Mississippi, 

2 Magnolia, 

3 Lexington, 


Location. No. Name. 
Jackson. 4 Holly Springs, 
Vicksburg. 5 Rosalie, 
Lexington. 


Location. 
Holly Springs, 
Natchez. 




SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

ABERDEEN. 





Boss, Randolph G., Sculptor. Lowndes, 114 ; Chap., 13. 
Smith, Daniel, Book-keeper. P. Sec'ry, Tannehill, 116, Tenn. ; Aberdeen, 32 ; 
King, Chap., 13 ; Bee, Aberdeen coun., 28. 

ATTALA COUNTY. 

Boiling, Wiley B., Bridge Builder. (P. 0. Goodman's Depot, Holmes Co.) 
Trinity, 88. 

Russell, John Hopkins, Engineer. (P. 0. Bluff Springs.) Bluff Springs, 
196. 

Snider, Benjamin, House Carpenter. (P. 0. Goodman's Depot.) W. R. 

Lackey, 235. 

BURNSVILLE, Tishemingo County. 

McMasters, Jonathan. Burnsville, 233. 
Smith, W. A. Jacinto, 142. 
Walters, J. 0. Burnsville, 233. 

EDWARDS' DEPOT, Hinds County. 
Barlow, Arthur K. Unity, 117 ; Raymond chap., 22. 

GALLATIN, Copiah County. 

Brown, W. J., Farmer. Gallatin, 25. 

Bulloch, S. J. M., Farmer. Gallatin, 25 ; Mt. Carmel chap., 50 ; Gallatin 
coun., 6. 

Deason, W. M., Physician. Gallatin, 25 ; Gallatin chap., 17 ; Gallatin 
conn., 6. 

Graves, T. A., Physician. Shady Grove, 42. 

Johnson, S. J., Saddler. Gallatin, 25. 

Jones, J. Byron, Farmer. S. W., Pattona, 232 ; Scribe, Gallatin chap., 17 ; 
Gallatin coun., 6. 

Lowe, D. B., Carpenter. W. M., Gallatin, 25. 

Lowe, G. D., Carpenter. Gallatin, 25. 

McKay, J. W., Farmer. S. W., Gallatin, 25 ; Gallatin chap., 17 ; Utica 
coun., non-affiliated. 

McLemore, Reuben, Physician. Gallatin 25 ; Gallatin chap., 17 ; Gallatin 
coun., 6. 



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HAZLEHTTEST, Copiah County. 

Chance, John, Farmer. Hazlehurst, 243. 
Goode, M. W., Farmer. Hazlehurst, 243. 
Hill, T. J., Farmer. Hazlehurst, 243. 

Johnston, Oliver H., Druggist. Sec'y, Hazlehurst, 243 ; Gallatin chap., 17. 
Martin, John, Farmer. Hazlehurst, 243. 
Miller, W. W., Mayor. S. and T., Hazlehurst, 243. 
Peyton, E. A., Teacher. Hazlehurst, 243. 

Bicker, John, Carpenter. J. D., Hazlehurst, 243 ; Gallatin chap., 17 ; Gal- 
latin coun., 6. 

Russell, Allen J., Clerk. Hazlehurst, 243. 

HICKOBY FLATS. 

Martin, H. C, Planter. C. T., Bond, 259; New Albany chap., 49; New 

Albany coun., 11. < 

HOLLY SFBIN GS. 

Bishop, Willis H., Clerk. Sec'y, Holly Springs, 35 ; Sec'y, Wilson chap., 5 ; 
Sec'y, Holly Springs coun , 13. 

Johnson, Lawrence, Clerk of District Court. Holly Springs, 35; Wilson, 
chap., 5 ; Holly Springs coun., 13 ; Holly Springs com., 4. 

Scruggs, J. M., Attorney at Law. Holly Springs, 35. 

JACINTO, Tishemingo County. 
Bond, W. W., Clerk of Circuit Court. Jacinto, 142 ; Sec'y, Jacinto ehap., 6&. 

JACKSON. 

Daniel, Ro. W. T., Hotel-keeper. Walnut Hill, 194; Vicksburg chap., 3; 
Vicksburg coun., 2 ; Vicksburg and Mississippi com., 1 ; Grand Secretary of 
the Grand Lodge and Chapter, and Grand Recorder of the Grand Council and 
Grand Commandery of Mississippi. 

JTTKA SPKIN GS, Tishemingo County. 

Hart, W. J., Merchant. 

KOSCIUSKO. 

, Cone, John H. Trinity, 88 ; Kosciusko chap., 20 ; Cayuga coun., 9. 
Crosby, Reuben, Farmer. Chapel, 180. 

MAPLE SPRINGS, Lafayette County. 
Jeffries, J. H., Planter. Rocky Ford, 185 ; Chap., 5 ; Coun., 13; Com., 4. 

NATCHEZ. 

Hillyer, Giles M. 33d.-. ; P.-.G.-.M.-. and G.-.H.-.P.-., Mississippi. 

Mellen, William P., Attorney and Counselor at Law, Solicitor and Com. in 
Chancery; TJ. S. Com. for Southern Dist. of Miss.; P. G. M. and P. GkS. 
Grand Lodge, Miss. ; P. M., Harmony, 1 ; P. H. P., Natchez chap., 1 ; P- D- 
G. M., Natchez coun., 1 ; P. G. H. P., Grand Chapter of Miss. ; M. C, Grand 
Lodge of Perfection, 1 ; G. C. of Princes of Jerusalem ; Sov.\ of Sov.\ of Con- 
sistory of A.-, and A.-. R. of Miss. ; Vernon com., 1, Columbus, Ohio. 



Mississippi. 239 

new albany - . 

Bond, 0. T., Merchant. P. M., Joseph Warren, 71 ; P. H. P., New Albany 
chap., 49 ; New Albany coun., 3. 

NORTH MT. PLEASANT. 

Crawford, James W., Planter. Mt. Pleasant, 99 ; J. M. Coopwood coun., 18. 

OXPOED. 

Houseman, L., Merchant. Oxford, 33 ; Lafayette chap., 33 ; Benjamin 
Springer coun., 21. 
Thompson, Hon. Jacob, Secretary of Interior. Oxford, 33. 

PALO ALTO. 
Clarke, Hiram N., Merchant and Planter. Malone, 101 ; Palo Alto chap., 53. 

BIENZI, Tishemingo County. 

Arnold, John F., Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Jacinto, 142 ; 
H. P., Jacinto chap., 66 ; Liberty coun., 5, La Grange. 

SATABTIA. 

Barkley, Bichard Allen, Planter and Overseer. Satartia, 176. 
Johnson, Ben Ward, Planter. Satartia, 176. 

VICKSBUKG. 

Cyoski, Adolphe P., Professor. Washington, 3 ; R. A C, Clinton chap., 2 ; 
Port Gibson coun., 5. 

YAZOO CIT5T. 

Stanford, W. L. Yazoo, 42 ; Yazoo chap., 8. 



TRUE PROGRESSION OF MASONRY. 

Masonry is said to be a progressive institution, but the proper meaning of the 
expression, or in what it is progressive, has not been clearly stated. It is mostly 
considered — when in its outward growth, in its material increase and success, 
when large numbers are admitted into our sanctuaries, when applications for new 
Lodges are numerous, when the funds in the treasuries accumulate largely — 
that Masonry is progressing. But this is a mistaken view, as this apparent 
prosperity may be the result of proselytism, a desire for ostentation, for vain 
boasting ; which, instead of adding strength to the Masonic edifice, may, from 
the material admitted without inspecting its qualities closely, and selecting it 
with proper cave, and a regard for the high purposes for which it is intended, be 
the very means to eventuate in the destruction of the institution. In times of 
prosperity such as the present, when Masonry is popular everywhere, and ap- 



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plicants are constantly knocking at our doors, seeking to be admitted into the 
institution, and to become acquainted with our mysteries, greater vigilance and 
circumspection should be exercised, lest incongruous, inharmonious, and impro- 
per persons be permitted to enter into the household of the faithful, and destroy 
the peace and unity of the Order. The mere accession of numbers is not a test 
of strength, nor is it an evidence of the development of the principles of Ma- 
sonry. The true progression of Masonry is in the living and acting up to the 
principles of the Order. Masonry can only be said to be progressive when it 
moves on iD advance of the morals and intelligence of the age, and directs the 
onward march of civilization. This Masonry must do, or it fails to perform its 
true mission. The standard of its morals must be so elevated that the surround- 
ing world can see, and know, and feel its beneficial and sanctifying influence. 
And as dispensing light and knowledge is particularly a province of Masonry, a 
due culture of the mental powers is necessary to a proper understanding of the 
laws of nature and of nature's God, to develop the arts and sciences, and to aid 
man in working out the problem of his mission, and assisting bim to promote 
his intellectual and spiritual advancement. AVe do not claim for Masonry more 
than its principles, if lived up to in the actual outworking of life, will accomplish, 
and which was the design of the originators of the Order. Founded upon better 
principles than any other institution, and in its fraternal objects in advance of 
the church, Masonry has accomplished more in allaying prejudices, in promot- 
ing kindly feelings, in drawing the bonds of union closer, in reconciling man to 
his condition, in cementing fellowship, in establishing good faith, in cultivating 
harmony, in the true manifestation of sympathy, affection and love, than all the 
efforts of the pulpit and rostrum, and other beneficial and charitable associa- 
tions. It is only by living, acting, doing, according to its teachings, that the 
principles of Masonry are unfolded, and exercise an influence in promoting the 
happiness and well-being of. the surrounding world. The stability and future 
existence of the institution depend upon a strict and faithful observance of its 
teachings. Masonry can only be known by its fruits. It has no life, no vitality, 
if it does not progress onward and upward. It cannot remain stationary. It 
must either progress or retrograde. It does retrograde if its principles are not 
patent to the observation of the world in the intelligence and exemplary life of 
its members. The true progression of Masonry is the manifestation of good 
deeds, of good works, the practice of its teachings by its disciples. 



Inigo Jones, who was denominated "the father of classical architecture in 
England," was born 1572, and died in 1G52, at the age of 79 years. 

May 1, 1775, the foundation-stone of the new Freemason's Hall, in London, 
was laid in solemn form, in the presence of a numerous company of the brethren. 

The Grand Lodge of England, at its meeting, May 1, 1775, instituted the 
office of Grand Chaplain, which, although an innovation and inconsistent with 
the universal principles of Freemasonry, has been almost universally adopted, 
to give character to the institution. 

May 23, 1776, the new Freemason's Hall, in London, was dedicated to Ma- 
sonry, virtue, and universal charity and benevolence. 



MISSOURI. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Missouri was organized April 23d, 5821. Its Annual 
Communications are held in the City of St. Louis, commencing on the fourth 
Monday in May. The Grand Lodge consists of the Grand Officers, Past Grand 
and Past Deputy Grand Masters, Past Grand Wardens, Past Grand Treasurers, 
Past Grand Secretaries, Past Masters, and Masters and Wardens of its sub- 
ordinate Lodges. The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the follow- 
ing sources : — 

For Dispensations to form new Lodges .... $20 00 

For Charters, in addition 10 00 

For each member 50 

For each degree conferred 1 00 

The latter fee is applied exclusively for the boarding, clothing, etc., of orphans 
of deceased Master Masons who were affiliated and in good standing within 
the jurisdiction. 

There are 205 subordinate Lodges in Missouri, 193 of which reported at the 
Annual Communication of the Grand Lodge in May, 5860, 6862 members. 
Initiated the past year, 883; Passed, 761; Raised, 725; Admitted, 530; 
Dimitted, 309; Died, 68 ; Suspended, 77 ; Expelled, 41. Receipts of the Grand 
Lodge from 27th of May, 5859, to June 7th, 5860, $8621 48. 
The Officers of the Grand Lodge for the present Masonic year are : — 

Marcus H. McFarland, M. W. Grand Master. 

W. B. Penick, E. W. D. Grand Master. 

John Decker, W. Senior Grand Warden. 

Samuel M. Hats, W. Junior Grand Warden. 

John D. Daggett, W. Grand Treasurer. 

A O'Sullivan, W. Grand Secretary. 

P. Draper, Senior Grand Deacon. 

A. L. McGregor, Junior Grand Deacon. 

A. Stille, Grand Tyler. 
The following sketch of the early history of Freemasonry in Missouri is from 
the pen of the intelligent and accomplished Grand Secretary of the Grand 
Lodge, K. W. Bro. A. O'Sullivan. 

"I presume it is well known that the first settlers of Upper Louisiana (as 
this State was formerly called) were French ; they came by the way of Canada, 
and were the companions of Cartier, La Salle, and Father Hennepin, who, with 
a perseverance and courage seldom surpassed, traversed the vast wilderness that 

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then lay between the Canada line and the French settlements on the Lower 
Mississippi. 

" To connect her Canadian with her Southern possessions on the Mississippi, 
was a favorite scheme with France, and, in order to effect this, she caused a 
chain of military posts to be established along the Lakes, and the Ohio and 
Mississippi Bivers. Between these posts settlements rapidly sprung up, one of 
which, the town of Ste. Genevieve, was of some importance as early as 1 763 ; 
here was concentrated the lead trade, as also a trade in furs and peltries. 

"In November of the above year, Pierre Liguste Laclede, who had received 
from the Director-General the exclusive privilege to trade with the Indians of 
Missouri and those west of Mississippi, arrived at Ste. Genevieve ; but finding 
no place suitable for the storage of his goods, and being still too far from the 
mouth of the Missouri Biver, a proximity to which was an object of primary 
importance to him, he proceeded up the Mississippi Eiver. 

" On the 15th of February, 1764, Laclede and his party landed at the spot 
now occupied by the City of St. Louis, and proceeded to cut down trees and 
draw the lines of a town which he named St. Louis, in honor of Louis XV. of 
France ; a town which subsequently became the capital of Upper Louisiana! 
and which is now the commercial capital of Missouri. 

" The merchants of Ste. Genevieve and St. Louis, in the days of which I write 
procured their goods from Philadelphia, to which city they resorted once in 
every year. Here several of them became Masons, and were made in the Old 
French Lodge, No. 73 on the Eegistry of the G. Lodge of Pennsylvania. 

" In process of time, as the Masons in the Territory became numerous, they 
resolved to form a Lodge; and, on proper application, in the year 1807-8, a 
warrant of Constitution was granted by the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, for 
a Lodge to be holden in the town of Ste. Genevieve, Territory of Louisiana, and 
is registered on the books of said Grand Lodge as Louisiana Lodge, No. 109 : 
Otho Strader being its first Master, Dr. Aaron Elliott and Joseph Hertick, 
Wardens. This was the first Lodge established in the now State of Missouri. 

" In the years 1811-12, Gen. H. Dodge presided over this Lodge as W. M. 
Owing to the unsettled state of the Territory during the late war with England, 
the Lodge declined, and it finally ceased to work about the years 1816-17. I 
am led to this belief because no mention is made of it in the early records of the 
Grand Lodge, and also from the fact that in the year 1826 several Brethren 
petitioned for a Lodge to be held in the town of Ste. Genevieve, by the name of 
Tucker Lodge, which Lodge was chartered as No. 13, and continued in exist- 
ence until 1831, when it went down. In the year 1809-10, a Charter was 
granted by the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, to certain Brethren in the town 
of St. Louis, to open St. Louis Lodge, No. 111. Of this Lodge I am unable 
to procure the least information who its officers were or when it ceased to exist. 
A Dispensation for a Lodge at the town of Jackson, now in the county of Cape 
Girardeau, was granted by the Grand Lodge of Indiana, in the year 1820, but 
was chartered by the Grand Lodge of this State. 

"A Charter, bearing date 8th of October, 1816, was granted by the Grand 
Lodge of Tennessee to Josiah Pilcher, Thomas Brady, Jeremiah Connor and 
others, to open a Lodge in the town of St. Louis, Missouri Territory, by the 
name of Missouri Lodge, No. 12, and is signed by Kobt. Searcy, G. Master; 
AVilkins Tannehill, G. Sec. 



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"A Charter bearing date 6th of October, 1819, was granted to Wm. F. 
Eoberts, S. Converse, Wm. Bates, and others, to open a Lodge in the town of 
Herculaneum, by the name of Joachim Lodge, No. 25, and is signed by Oliver 
Hayes, G. M. ; Moses Norvell, G. Secretary. 

" A Charter, same date and year, was granted to Benjamin Emmons, B. 
Palmer, John Payne, and others, to open a Lodge in the town of St. Charles, 
by the name of St. Charles Lodge, No. 28. 

"On the 22d day of February, 1821, in pursuance of an invitation sent by 
Missouri Lodge, No. 12, to the several Lodges in the State, the following 
Lodges, by their representatives, assembled in the Hall of Missouri Lodge, No. 
12, in the town of St. Louis, and having resolved to organize a Grand Lodge for 
th% State of Missouri, appointed a committee, consisting of Bros. Wm. Bates, 
Nathaniel Simmons, and Edward Bates, to draft a Constitution and Code of 
By-Laws for the Government of the Grand Lodge, and then adjourned to meet 
at the same place on the twenty-third day of April following, to organize a 
Grand Lodge. 

"A Convocation of Masons met pursuant to previous notice given by the Con- 
vention of Delegates, at the Lodge Boom of Missouri Lodge, No. 12, April 23, 
a.l. 5821, for the purpose of organizing the Grand Lodge of the State of 
Missouri. 

" Opened in the Third Degree in due form. 

" Present — W. Edward Bates, M., p. t. ; James Kennerly, S. W., p. t. ; Wm. 
Bates, J. W., p. t. ; Abra'm Beck, Sec, p. t. ; Joseph V. Gamier, Treas., p. t. ; 
Isaac A. Letcher, S. D., p. t. ; Joseph White, J. D., p. t. ; John C. Potter, 
Tyler, p. t. 

"Eepresentatives — Missouri Lodge, No. 12, Edward Bates ; Joachim Lodge, 
No. 25, William Bates ; Bros. J. Jones, J. Craig, Thornton Grimsley, W. H. 
Pococke, J. H. Penrose, W. G. Pettus, W. H. Hopkins, and H. Hardin. 

" On motion, the proceedings of the Convention held at St. Louis, February 
twenty-second last, and the Constitution adopted by them, were read. 

"Adjourned until to-morrow at three o'clock, p.m. 

"Tuesday, April 24th, a.l. 5821. 

" Met pursuant to adjournment. 

" Present — W. Edward Bates, M., p. t. ; James Kennerly, S. W., p. t. ; William 
Bates, J. W., p. t. ; Abra'm Beck, Sec, p. t. ; Wm. G. Pettus, Treas., p. t. ; 
John D. Daggett, S. D., p. t. ; G. H. C. Melody, J. D., p.t. ; John C. Potter, 
Tyler, p. t. 

" Eepresentatives — Missouri Lodge, No. 12, Edward Bates, John D. Daggett ; 
Joachim Lodge, No. 25, William Bates ; St. Charles Lodge, No. 28, Abram S. 
Platte ; Bros. H. Eankin, Harvy Hunt, T. Douglass, and T. F. Eiddick. 

"An election for the officers of the Grand Lodge for the ensuing year was 
then held, and the following Brethren were elected, viz. : — 

"Bro. Thomas F. Eiddick, M. W. G. M. ; Bro. James Kennerly, S. G. W.; 
Bro. William Bates, J. G. W. ; Bro. Achibald Gamble, G. Treas. ; Bro. William 
Eenshaw, G. Sec 

" The Grand Lodge being thus organized, adjourned to Friday, fourth of May 
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" Mat 4th, a.d. 1821, a.l. 5821. 

" The Grand Lodge met in St. Louis pursuant to adjournment, and being 
opened in ample form, proceeded in procession to the Baptist Church, where 
the Grand Officers were duly installed, and the Grand Lodge consecrated by 
Bro. Thompson Douglass. 

" On the 5th of May, 5821, the following Brethren were appointed a Com- 
mittee to draft a Code of By-Laws for the government of the Grand Lodge : 
Bros. Thompson Douglass, W. G. Pettus, and J. V. Gamier. Which duty 
they performed, and on the same day the Code presented by them was adopted. 

"Population of St. Louis, 4600. 

" On the evening of October 10th, 1821, the Grand Lodge being in session, a 
Past Master's Lodge was opened, and the M. W. Nathaniel B. Tutker was 
duly installed G. M. of Masons of the State of Missouri. 

"1822. Committee appointed by Missouri B. A. Chapter, and Missouri Lodge, 
No. 1, for the purpose of procuring, by subscription, funds to build a Masonic 
Hall. 

"At a special meeting of the Grand Lodge of Missouri, held in the City of 
St. Louis, on Friday the 29th day of April, 1825, present Bt. W. G. H. C. 
Melody, D. G. M. and G. M. p. t. ; Et. W. Thornton Grimsley, G. S. W. ; Rt. 
W. John D. Daggett, G. J. W. p. t. ; A. Gamble, G. Treas. ; Th. Douglass, G. 
Secretary, and a large number of visiting Brethren. 

" Grand Lodge opened in Third Degree, in solemn form. 

"It being stated by the Grand Master that Gen. La Payette, a Brother 
Mason and an officer of the Bevolution, had arrived in the city, 

" On motion of Bro. Gamble, 

" Ordered, That a ballot be now taken on the election of Bro. La Fayette, as 
an honorary member of this Grand Lodge. 

" When he was duly elected. 

" On motion of Bro. Gamble, 

" Ordered, That a committee be appointed to wait upon Bro. La Fayette, 
inform him of his election as an honorary member of this Grand Lodge, and 
solicit his attendance at the present meeting. 

"Bros. Melody, Douglass, and Atwood were appointed that committee. 

"After a short absence the said committee returned, accompanied by Bro. La 
Fayette and his son, Bro. George Washington La Fayette, who were received 
by the Lodge standing, and an address delivered by Bro. A. Gamble, to which 
Bro. La Fayette replied, and was then conducted to a chair in the east. 

" On motion of Bro. Gamble, 

" Ordered, That the ballot be taken on the election of Bro. Geo. Washington 
La Fayette, as an honorary member of this Grand Lodge, when he was duly 
elected. 

" Bro. La Fayette again addressed the Lodge, and with his son withdrew. 

" Grand Lodge closed in harmony and peace. 

" G. H. C. Melody, D. 6. M. 

" In the year 1831, a resolution was offered, but afterwards withdrawn, to 
dissolve the Grand and Subordinate Lodges in the State. 
"The following was unanimously adopted : — 



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"Resolved, That the Grand Lodge of the State of Missouri will zealously 
support the interest and dignity of the Fraternity, and will strictly require of 
the subordinate Lodges under this jurisdiction a vigilant and faithful discharge 
of their duties ; and that it is inexpedient either to dissolve or suspend the 
Grand and Subordinate Lodges. 

" In 1841 the Grand Lodge adopted, among others, the following : — 

"Resolved, That it is necessary and expedient and the imperative duty as well 
as the interest of the Grand Lodge to establish at some healthy and convenient 
point an institution of learning for the sons of indigent Masons, and such others 
as the Grand Lodge may from time to time admit ; and also to establish at such 
place as the Grand Lodge may direct, an asylum for the maintenance and 
education of the female orphans of worthy M. M. and others. 

" In accordance with the foregoing resolution the M. W. Priestly H. McBird, 
G. M., and others, did, on the 12th day of September, 1842, purchase for the 
use of the Grand Lodge for the institution of learning above mentioned, certain 
land and real estate in the County of Marion, being about 1350 acres of land, 
with the buildings and improvements thereon, including the College buildings of 
the Upper Marion College. 

"In February, 1843, the Grand Lodge was chartered by the Legislature of 
the State. 

"June 24th, 1845. Masonic College dedicated by the Grand Lodge, M. W. 
J. W. S. Mitchell, Grand Master, presiding. 

"June 26th, 1845. Grand Lodge adopted resolutions expressive of their 
sorrow, on the death of Bro. Andrew Jackson, Past Grand Master of the Grand 
Lodge of Tennessee, and Ex-President of the United States ; and on June 
twenty-eighth, the Grand Lodge united with the citizens of St. Louis in the 
public ceremonies consequent on the death of that illustrious Brother. 

"March 18th, 1847. Grand Lodge decided to locate the Masonic College at 
Lexington, Lafayette County, Mo., the citizens having generously subscribed 
the sum of $33,000 for the purpose of erecting the necessary buildings. 

" On May 18th. Grand Lodge laid the corner-stone of the M asonic College 
Rt. W. G. H. C. Melody, P. D. G. M., presiding. y 

"Owing to the indefatigable exertions of P. G. Master Hon. B. W. Grover, 
the endowment fund of the College was announced as $53,000, being the amount 
of scholarships sold and closed by the agents appointed for that purpose. 

"The Grand Lodge has made provisions for the boarding, clothing, and 
educating of one orphan boy from each Masonic District in the State, which, 
added to the two provided for by the Grand Chapter, makes nineteen orphan 
boys being supported and educated by the Fraternity in this jurisdiction, besides 
some thirty others who are receiving a gratuitous education." 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



u. 


Lodge. 


Location. 


Time of Meeting. 


Master. 


1 


Missouri, 


St. Louis. 


1st & 3d Thursdays. 


Eobt. S. Voorhies, 


2 


Meridian, 


South St. Louis. 


2d & 4th Fridays. 


B. Goldsmidt. 


3 


Beacon, 


St. Louis. 


2d & 4th Thursdays. 


Jos. W. Branch. 


4 


Howard, 


New Franklin. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


A. H. Lee. 


5 


United, 


Springfield. 


Thursday b. f. m. 


Marcus Boyd. 


6 


Ark, 


Newark. 


Saturday after f. m. 


John V. Withers. 



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Lodge. 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



Masteb. 



7 Grover, 

8 Williamsburg, 

9 Geo. Wash'gton, 

10 Shawnee, 

11 Pauldingville, 

12 Tyro, 

13 Rising Sun, 

14 Auburn. 

15 Central, 

16 Memphis, 

17 Clarksville, 

18 Palmyra, 

19 Paris Union, 

20 St. Louis, 

21 New London, 

22 Wellington, 

23 Florida, 

24 Wyaeonda, 

25 Naphthali, 

26 Mexico, 

27 Temple, 

28 St. John's, 

29 Osage, 

30 Huntsville, 

31 Liberty, 

32 Lafayette, 

33 Ralls, 

34 Troy, 

35 Mercer, 

36 Cooper, 

37 Dawson, 

38 Graham, 

39 Tully, 

40 Mount Moriah, 

41 Bolivar, 

42 Middle Grove, 

43 Jefferson, 

44 Rochester, 

45 Bonhomme, 

46 Mart. Was'gton, 

47 Fayette, 

48 Fulton, 

49 Hayneville, 

50 Anderson, 

51 Livingston, 

52 Wakanda, 
63 Weston, 

54 Douglass, 

55 Arrow Rock, 



Calhoun. 

Williamsburg. 

St. Louis. 

New Santa Fe. 

Pauldingville. 

Caledonia. 

Barry. 

Auburn. 

Smithville. 

Memphis. 

Clarksville. 

Palmyra. 

Paris. 

St. Louis. 

New London. 

De Kalb. 

Florida. 

Lagrange. 

St. Louis. 

Mexico. 

Melville. 

Hannibal. 

Little Osage. 

Huntsville. 

Liberty. 

Lexington. 

Madisonville. 

Troy. 

Princeton. 

Boonville. 

Wellington. 

Pleasant Hill. 

Tully. 

St. Louis. 

Bolivar. 

Middle Grove. 

Jefferson City. 

Rochester. 

Manchester. 

Washington. 

Fayette, 

Fulton. 

Hayneville. 

Chapel Hill. 

Glasgow. 

Carrollton. 

Weston. 

Marthasville. 

Arrow Rock. 



Saturday b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Friday before f. m. 
2d Saturday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday after f. m. 
Friday before f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
3d Saturday. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Thursdays. 
3d Tuesday. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
2d Saturday. 
3d Monday. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Mon. & 3d Sat. 
2d Monday. 
2d Saturday. 
Monday b. f. m. 
Tuesday after f. m. 
4th Friday. 
4th Friday. 
3d Friday. 
Saturday after f. m. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Friday before f. m. 
Friday before f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Saturday after f. m. 
Monday bef. f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
Saturday after f. m. 
2d Saturday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 



J. C. H. Broadwater. 
J. W. Crane. 
W. S. Gregory. 
W. B. Oglesby. 
Jas. Vineyard. 
Dan. Carpenter. 
Willis M. Reynolds. 

Eugene Williams. 
J. W. Hemphill. 

E. H. C. Bailey. 
Wm. N. Penn. 
Adolph Isaacs. 

John T. Martin. 

John H. Talbot. 
John Decker. 
S. M. Edwards. 
Jas. R. Long. 
Joseph C. Bower. 
Leonard Dodge. 
John R. Hull. 
Geo. W. Morris. 
John E. Ryland. 
J. B. Vardeman. 

F. C. Cake. 

G. B. Gillihan. 
Andrew Gibson. 
C. Osborn. 

W. H. H. Cundiff. 

Wm. McK. Brooke. 
Wm. M. Griggs. 
G. A. Settle. 
Wm. E. Dunscombe. 
Henry Blount. 
Wm. S. Chunn. 
G. W. Hawkins. 

David L. Whaley. 
J. R. King. 
J. A. Houston. 
John H. Turner. 
Jas. E. Drake. 
B. F. Newhouse. 
Joseph G. Waller. 
Oscar F. Potter. 



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Location. 



Time of Meetins. 



Master. 



56 Platte, 

67 Richmond, 

68 Monticello, 

59 Lancaster, 

60 New Bloomfield, 

61 Osceola, 

62 Maysville, 

63 St. Mary's, 

64 Landmark, 

65 Pattonsburg, 

66 Linn, 

67 Rocheport, 

68 Tebo, 

69 Alexandria, 

70 Roanoke, 

71 Savannah, 

72 Danville, 

73 Eureka, 

74 Warren, 

75 Ashley, 

76 Independence, 

77 Lebanon, 

78 St. Joseph, 

79 Polar Star, 

80 Bridgeton, 

81 Neosho, 

82 Jackson, 

83 Laclede, 

84 Potter, 

85 Johnson, 

86 Mitchell, 

87 Washington, 

88 Bates, 

89 Friendship, 

90 Prairie, 

91 Madison, 

92 Perseverance, 

93 St. Mark's, 

94 Evening Star, 

95 Acacia, 

96 St. Andrew's, 

97 Bethany, 

98 Webster, 

99 Mount Vernon, 

100 Canton, 

101 Easton, 

102 Bloomington, 

103 Carthage, 

104 Heroine, 



Platte City. 

Richmond. 

Monticello. 

Lancaster. 

New Bloomfield. 

Osceola. 

Maysville. 

Perryville. 

Warsaw. 

Pattonsburg. 

Linn. 

Rocheport. 

Clinton. 

Alexandria. 

Roanoke. 

Savannah. 

Danville. 

Brunswick. 

Keytesville. 

Ashley. 

Independence, 

Steelville. 

St. Joseph. 

St. Louis. 

Bridgeton. 

Neosho. 

Linnaeus. 

Lebanon. 

Longwood. 

Warrensburg. 

Columbus. 

Greenfield. 

Butler. 

Chilicothe. 

Harrisonvilje. 

Madison. 

Louisiana. 

Cape Girardeau. 

Cuba. 

Jackson. 

Shelbyville. 

Bethany. 

Marshfield. 

Mount Vernon. 

Canton. 

Easton. 

Bloomington. 

Carthage. 

Kansas. 



Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
1st Mon. & 2d Sat. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
4th Friday. 
2d Saturday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
2d Thursday. 
3d Saturday. 
Friday before f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
2d Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
2d & 4th Weds. 
Monday before f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
2d Monday. 
Friday before f. m. 
Friday before f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
2d Saturday. 
Monday before f. m 
Tuesday b. f. m. 



1st Monday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Thursday af. f. m. 
2d Tuesday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
Friday b. 3d Sun. 
3d Friday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 



H. Clay Cockrill. 
A. H. Conrow. 
Hoard Roberts. 

D. C. Roberts. 

A. Allen. 

John Whitechurch. 
Jas. R. Walker. 

E. T. Majors. 
Meredith Morris. 
Geo. W. Hopkins. 

F. D. Evans. 

B. L. Quarles. 

J. B. Bradford. 
E. C. Breck. 
Jas. H. Robinson. 
Louis S. Prosser. 
Lisbon Applegate. 
H. W. Sperry. 
R. M. Hill. 
J. G. Anderson. 
Paris S. Pfouts. 

A. J. Ham. 

R. T. Edmonson. 

H. E. Hurlbut. 
Josiah Ivey. 

C. Q. Shouse. 
Jas. McCown. 

B. E. Morrow. 
L. A. McDowell. 
P. B. Stratton. 
Jas. McDowell. 
S. G. Allen. 

J. W. Dawson. 
. John W. Gunn. 

W. B. Wilson. 
, W. A. Spencer. 

John Dickerson. 
John S. Allen. 
David M. Jamison. 
J. R. Cox. 
Martin E. Green. 
A. Kerns. 
Jaa. Lovern. 
Standfield Ross. 
Geo. W. Tindall. 



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105 Relief, 

106 Laporte, 

107 Golden Square, 

108 New Madrid, 

109 Montezuma, 

110 Marcus, 

111 Trenton, 

112 Ezel, 

113 Plattsburg, 

114 Waverly, 

115 Sibley, 

116 Daviess, 

117 Versailles, 

118 Hiram, 

119 Foster, 

120 Compass, 

121 Erwin, 

122 Dover, 

123 Hermann, 

124 Cedar, 

125 Gentryville, 

126 Seaman, 

127 Athens, 

128 Kirksville, 

129 Constantine, 

130 West Prairie, 
121 Potosi, 

132 Farmington, 

133 StaroftheWest, 

134 Pleasant Mount, 

135 Ridgely, 

136 Phoenix, 

137 Prairieville, 

138 Round Prairie, 

139 Oregon, 

140 Pappinville, 

141 Middlebury, 

142 Pleasant Grove, 

143 Flint Hill, 

144 John Dade, 

145 Rising Star, 

146 McGhee, 

147 Buffalo, 

148 Yanoy, 

149 Lexington, 

150 Birming, 

151 Milton, 

152 Linn Creek, 

153 Bloom field, 



Georgetown. 

Laporte. 

Westport. 

New Madrid. 

Santa Fe, N. M. 

Frederioktown. 

Trenton. 

St. Franoisville. 

Plattsburg. 

Waverly. 

Sibley. 

Gallatin. 

Versailles. 

St. Charles. 

Benton. 

Parkville. 

St. Louis. 

Dover. 

Hermann. 

Fremont. 

Gentryville. 

Milan. 

Athens. 

Kirksville. 

Charleston. 

West Prairie. 

Potosi. 

Farmington. 

Arcadia. 

Pleasant Mount, 

Ridgely. 

Bowling Green. 

Prairieville. 

Newark. 

Oregon. 

Pappinville. 

Middlebury. 

Otterville. 

Flint Hill. 

Cassville. 

Ebenezer. 

College Mound. 

Buffalo. 

Rutledge. 

Lexington. 

Birming. 

Milton. 

Linn Creek. 

Bloomfield. 



1st Monday. 
3d Thursday. 
Friday bef. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
4th Saturday. 
3d Thursday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Friday bef. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st Monday. 
3d Saturday. 
Monday bef. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
3d Monday. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 
Friday bef. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Saturday af. f. m. 
3d Wednesday. 
3d Wednesday. 
3d Wednesday. 
Monday af. f. m. 
Monday af. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Sat. b. 4th Sunday. 
Saturday af. f. m. , 
2d Wednesday. 
3d Monday. 
Night of or af. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 



Edmund Ash. 
A. Compton. 
Richard H. Hatcher. 
R. F. Green. 



Jos. F. Wayland. 
Geo. W. Culver. 

Thos. L. Johnson. 

John B. Thruston. 



Ch. W. Horn. 
P. B. La Berten. 
Chas. D. Eitzen. 
M. C. White. 
Thos. J. Patton. 
Saml. Biddison. 
R. R. Canaday. 

B. G. Barrow. 

C. C. Kalfus. 
Thos. P. Hord. 
S. Browne. 
W. R. Taylor. 
A. W. Holloman. 

C. M. Phelps. 
Wm. Bolton. 
R. T. Hawkins. 
W. D. Hatten. 
Jas. Foster. 
Z. Anderson. 

Thos. J. Starke. 
Benj. E. Ball. 
Wm. C. Christian. 
John C. Cochran. 
J. B. Mitchell. 
John Steele. 
John Carroll. 
Geo. A. Kice. 
Chas. L. Crow. 
W. E. Briscoe. 

. Green L. Poplin. 



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249 



ho. Lodge. Location. Time or Meeting. Master, 

154 Concord, Concord. J. B. Henderson. 

165 Spring Hill, Spring Hill. 1st Monday. Wm. F. Miller. 

156 Ashland, Ashland. F. G. Sitton. 

157 North Star, Rockport. Saturday b. f. m. 

158 Comwell, Eose Hill. Friday bef. f. m. C. W. Plowman. 

159 Pacific, Pacific. Saturday b. f. m. Frederick Steines. 

160 Edina, Edina. Saturday b. f. m. Wm. G. Bryant. 

161 Thomasville, Thomasville. t 

162 Whitesville, Whitesville. 2d Saturday. W. E. Carl. 

163 Occidental, St. Louis. 2d & 4th Mondays. Wm. N. Loker. 

164 Joachim, Hillsboro'. Saturday b. f. m. Elias F. Honey. 

165 Maryville, Maryville. 1st Saturday. M. F. Gerard. 

166 Mirabile, Mirabile. 1st Saturday. 

167 El Dorado, Luray. Saturday af. f. m. W. A. Townsend. 

168 Fairmount, Fairmount. Saturday af. f. m. C. H. Carothers. 

169 Tuscumbia, Tuscumbia. Saturday af. f. m. W. C. McCubbin. 

170 Benevolence, Utica. Saturday af. f. m. 

171 Hartford, Hartford. Friday bef. f. m. T. W. Hand. 

172 Wolf Island, Wolf Island. Monday b. f. m. H. L. Petrie. 

173 Union, Woolford's Store. Saturday af. f. m. 

174 Sturgeon, Sturgeon. 1st Friday. W. G. Jackson. 

175 Newton, Oliver's Prairie. 1st Saturday. D. J. Adams. 

176 Pt. Pleasant, Pt. Pleasant. Friday bef f. m. John Woodard. 

177 Winchester, Winchester. Thursday b. f. m. Hiram Beeson. 

178 Griswold, Bear Creek. Jas. McLure. 

179 Pride of theWest,St. Louis. 1st & 3d Weds. Wm. Burden. 

180 Kenner, Athens. Saturday b. f. m. F. R. Kenner. 

181 Novelty, Novelty. S. D. Hunter. 

182 Stewartsville, Stewartsville. D. M. McDonald. 

183 California, California. A.V.Thorpe. 

184 Modern, Humansville. L.Smith. 

185 Chamois, Chamois. A. L. McGregor. 

186 Dayton, Dayton. Philip Fulkerson. 

187 Henry Clay, Millersburg. N.L.Norton. 

188 Hannibal, Hannibal. B. N. Crump. 

189 Zeredatha, St. Joseph. Chas. F. Knight. 

190 Putnam, Newton. Alex. Wires. 

191 Zerubbabel, John S. Brasfield. 

192 Frankford, Frankford. Wm. Penix. 

193 Anjerona, Missouri City. 

194 Wellsville, Wellsville. 

195 Wet au Glaize, Wet au Glaize. 

196 Quitman, Quitman. 

197 Camden, Camden. 

198 Allensville, Allensville. 

199 New Hope, New Hope. 

200 Washburn, Washburn Prairie. 

201 Jamesport, Jamesport. 



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202 Westville, 

203 Pleasant Ridge, 

204 Bent, 

205 Rocky Mountain, 



Westville. 

Pleasant Ridge. 

Fernando De Taos, New Mexico. 

Camp Floyd, Utah Territory. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 



The Grand Chapter of Missouri was organized May 18th, 5846, and is 
subordinate to the General Grand Chapter. At its Annual Convocation, in 
May, 5860, there were 26 subordinate Chapters under its jurisdiction. The re- 
turns compiled May 23d, 5860, show the following : Exalted, 138 ; Admitted, 
29 ; Dimitted, 39 ; Died, 9 ; Suspended, 34 ; Expelled, 2. Total number of 
members, 882. The receipts of the Grand Chapter were $1222. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 

1 Missouri, 

2 Palmyra, 

3 Liberty, 

4 Weston, 

5 Boonville, 

7 Hannibal, 

8 St. Louis, 
10 Lexington, 

13 Hunts ville, 

14 St. Joseph, 

15 Springfield, 

16 Monroe, 

17 Columbia, 

19 Davenport, 

20 Monticello, 

21 Melody, 

22 Bloomington, 

23 Bond, 

24 George Washington, 

25 Bellefontaine, 

26 De Molay, 

27 Mexico, 

28 Kansas City, 

29 Eastern Star, 

30 Lone Star, 

31 Greenfield, 



Location. 
St. Louis. 
Palmyra. 
Liberty. 
Weston. 
Boonville. 
Hannibal. 
St. Louis. 
Lexington. 
Huntsville. 
St. Joseph. 
Springfield. 
Paris. 
Rocheport. 
Westport. 
Monticello. 
Platte City. 
Bloomington. 
Louisiana. 
Carrollton. 
St. Louis. 
Warrensburg. 
Mexico. 
Kansas City. 
Memphis. 
Chilicothe. 
Greenfield. 



Time op Meeting. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
1st Friday. 
1st Saturday. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
1st Monday. 

Wednesday before full moon. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
2d Monday. 
2d Monday. 
1st Friday. 

1st Monday bef. full moon. 
4 th Monday. 
Saturday after full moon. 
Wednesday bef. 2d Sunday. 
1st Monday after full moon. 
Saturday before full moon. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
Thursday of or bef. full m. 
2d Friday. 

2d & 4th Wednesdays. 
1st Monday. 

Thursday b. Sat. b. full m. 
Friday after full moon. 



COUNCILS. 



There were 4 Councils in Missouri, 3 of which, under the Grand Council of 
Kentucky, are dormant. The other, St. Louis, No. 7, located at St. Louis, is 
under the Grand Council of Illinois, and is the only active working Council in 
the State. 



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GRAND COMMANDERY. 

The Grand Commandery of Missouri was organized on the 22d of May, 1860. 
It has 4 subordinates under its jurisdiction. Its first Annual Conclave was 
held in the City of St. Louis, on the 23d of May. Its second Annual Conclave 
is to be held in the City of Weston, on the Wednesday before the first Monday 
in May, 1861. The total number of Sir Knights, as per last published report, 
201. 

SUBORDINATE COMMANDERIES. 

Time op Meeting. Organized. 

184!). 

4th Wednesday. Sept. 19, 1853. 

Sept. 19, 1856. 

1st & 3d Fridays. May 23, 1860. 

This last Commandery received a dispensation from the M. B. Grand Master, 
B. B. French, November 9th, 1859, which was prior to the formation of the 
Grand Commandery. 



No. Name. 


Location. 


1 St. Louis, 


St. Louis. 


2 Weston, 


Weston. 


3 Lexington, 


Lexington. 


4 St. Joseph, 


St. Joseph. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

LAGBANGE, Lewis County. 

Davis, Basil E., House Carpenter and Joiner. P. M., Wyaconda, 24. 

Shepherd, Thomas E., Architect and Builder. P. M., Wyaconda, 24 ; P. II. P., 
Monticello chap., 20. 

Talbot, John H., Wholesale and Betail Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Dry 
Goods, Hardware, and Cutlery. W. M., Wyaconda, 24 ; Monticello chap., 20. 

NEW LONDON. 
Ralls, John, Lawyer, New London. P. G. M., Grand Lodge ; Balls, 33 ; 
Hannibal chap., 7. 

Vardeman, Jeremiah B., Farmer, New London. W. M., Ralls, 33 ; Hanniba 
chap., 7. 

PACIFIC, Franklin County. 

Eoff, J. R., Merchant. Pacific, 159. 

Fausel, William, Franklin House. Pacific, 159. 

Glenn, Wm. Ellis, (M.D.,) Physician. Sec, Pacific, 159. 

Jeffries, W. D., Fanner. Pacific, 159. 

ST. JOSEPH, Buchanan County. 

Brown, G. W., Tin and Stove Dealer. St. Joseph, 78 ; St. Joseph chap., 14. 
Buel, Norman, Woolen Manufacturer and Merchant Miller. St. Joseph, 78. 
Hammond, H. R., Forwarding and Commission Merchant, and Steamboat 
Agent. St. Joseph, 78 ; St. Joseph chap., 14. 

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Peltz, Samuel, Clerk. St. Joseph, 78 ; Iowa chap., 1, Burlington, Iowa. 
Ross, J. T., Foreman in St. Joseph Sash and Door Factory. St. Joseph, 7P. 
Rowley, W. D., Machinist H. and St. Joseph R. R. Bloomington, 43, Illinois. 
Thompson, George, Master Mechanic on H. and St. Joseph R. E. St. 
Joseph, 78. 

ST. LOUIS. 

Armisted, R. W., Ornamental Painter, 50 Pine Street. St. Louis, 20. 

Ballinan, Adam H., Lumber Merchant, Southwest corner Seventh St. and 
Cass Av. Beacon, 3. 

Barrell, Luther L., Merchant, 15 Orange St. Pride of the West, 179 ; Mis- 
souri chap., 1. 

Bronson, Jas. H., Telegraph Operator, Court House. Missouri, 1. 

Burden, William, Real Estate Agent, N. E. corner Tenth and Benton Streets. 
W. M., Pride of the West, 179 ; High Priest, Missouri chap., 1. 

Campbell, S. D., Engineer P. Railroad. Jefferson City, 43. 

Ooff, James, Constable, St. L. Tp. Pride of the West, 179. 

Cohn, M. L., Wholesale Clothing and Dry Goods, 78 Morgan St. Pride of 
the West, 179. 

Cook, Edward James, Mailing Clerk, Post Office. Pride of the West, 179; 
Missouri chap., 1. 

Dattelzweig, F., Clothing and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, 184 Broadway; 
residence 184 Seventh Street. Pride of the West, 179. 

Dobbins, James A., Practical Engineer, 30 Plumb St. Pride of the West, 
179. 

Grether, Jr., Jno., Justice of Peace and Notary Public, 43 Cherry St. Pride 
of the West, 179. . 

Gumpertson, L. M., Clothier and Gents. Furnishing Goods, 9 North Fourth 
St. St. Louis, 20. 

Haight, Wm., Wood and Coal Dealer, 86 South Fourth St. 

Henley, Thomas J., Commission and Forwarding Merchant, No. 7 City 
Buildings, South Commercial Street ; residence 225 Pine Street. Polar Star, 79. 

Hess, Henry C. E., Liquor and Wine Merchant, 74 Commercial St. Pride of 
the West, 179. 

Hudson, Henry, Wig Maker and Perfumer, 96 Market St. Missouri, 1. 

Hume, John T., Attorney, 46 Chestnut St. Occidental, 163. 

Huston, Samuel, Ship-carpenter, Mound St. Pride of the West, 179. 

Isaacs, Adolph, Wholesale Clothing Dealer, 56 North Maine St. W. M., St. 
Louis, 20. 

Ivester, Enoch T., Steamboat Engineer on Mississippi; residence Seventh 
Street between O'Fallen and Cass Avenue. Occidental, 163. 

Johnson, James, Coal Miner, St. L. Tp., St. L. Co. Missouri, 1. 

Kearney, John, Engineer, 29 Franklin Avenue. St. Louis, 20. 

Keiler, Wm., Wholesale Clothing Dealer, 56 North Main St. St. Louis, 20. 

Kirgan, Thos., Machinist in Rope Factory, corner Barry and Ninth Streets. 
Missouri, 1. 

Kornick, A. L., Wholesale and Retail Clothier, 197 Broadway. Pride of the 
West, 179. 

Maas, Zech., Clothier, 193 Broadway. Pride of the West, 179. 



Missouri. 253 

Mayberry, Jonas, Wholesale Dealer in Hats and Caps, 1 North Main St. 
Pride of the West, 179. 

Miller, Ohas. C, Architect and Superintendent. Mount Vernon, 64, Ohio. 

Morgan, Isaac H., North Miss. Railroad. Hornellsville, 331, N. Y. ; Steu- 
ben chap., 101, N. Y. ; Edwards com., 22, N. Y. 

Nieman, Frederick Arnold, Dry Goods Merchant, 64 Franklin Avenue. St. 
Louis, 20. 

Outley, Jno. J., Daguerrean Artist, corner Third and Washington Avenue. 
Missouri, 1 ; St. Louis chap., 8. 

Porter, S. D., Eeal Estate Agent, 65 Washington Avenue. Occidental, 163. 

Eees, David, Miner. Missouri, 1. 

Sensenderfer, John, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Tobacco and Cigars, 
S. E. corner of Second and Pine Sts. G. Washington, 9. 

Stremmel, Philip, Justice of Peace and Notary Public, Tenth, between North 
Market and Munroe Sts. Treas., Beacon, 3 ; Bellefontaine chap., 25. 

Thornton, John F., Livery Stable Keeper, N. S. Gratiot, between Eighth and 
Ninth Sts. Naphtali, 25 ; St. Louis chap., 8. 

Torline, J. D., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Boots and Shoes, 246 Broad- 
way. J. W., St. Louis, 20. 

Turk, Barnett, Merchant, 44 Front St., Levee. Pride of the West, 179. 

Turnbull, Frank B., Lottery Ticket Vender, 29 Market St. Missouri, 1. 

Tuttle, Chas. W., Detective Police. Zion, 1, Detroit, Mich. 

Weigle, Abraham, Dry Goods Merchant, Spring St., between Ninth and 
Tenth Sts. Beacon, 3 ; Scribe of Bellefontaine chap., 25. 

Weil, David, Merchant, 91 Franklin Avenue. Pride of the West, 179 ; Mis- 
souri chap., 1. 

Wentz, E. L., Civil Engineer ; residence Binghamton, N. Y. P. M., Bing- 
hamton, 177 ; Binghamton chap., 139 ; Malta com., 21. 



Alexander, Joseph H., Attorney at Law, St. Charles C. H. P. M., Hiram, 118. 

Broadwater, J. C. H., Miller, Williamsburg, Callaway co. P. M., Williams- 
burg, 8. 

Cox, M. T., Merchant Miller, Rochester Mills, Buchanan co. St. Joseph, 78. 

Farnhatn, A. C, Principal of High School, Arcadia, Iron co. P. M., Star 
of the West, 133. 

Foreman, F. E., Machinist, St. Charles, St. Charles co. Hiram, 118. 

McCubbin, W. C, Farmer, Tuscumbia, Miller co. W. M., Tuscumbia, 169. 

Reynerson, John D., Merchant, Birmingham. Golden Square, 107 ; Independ- 
ence chap., 12 ; Weston encpt., 2. 

Tindall, G. W., Dentist, Kansas City, Jackson co. Heroine, 104 ; Kansas 
City chap., 28. 



January 25th, 1820, the Masonic fraternity of Scotland laid the foundation 
stone of a monument to the memory of Burns, the Ayrshire Poet, at Allaway 
Kirk, in Ayrshire. Twenty-five Lodges participated in the ceremonies. The 
fraternity of the United States contributed liberally for the purpose. 



NEBRASKA. 



GRAND LODGE. 

Organized September 23d, 5857. 

The Annual Communications of the Grand Lodge are held on the first 
Tuesday in June. It has no permanent location. The Annual Communication 
in June, 5861, will be held in Plattsmouth. 

The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the following sources : — 

For Charters for new Lodges $50 

For every Initiation 3 

The Grand Lodge has 6 subordinate Lodges in its jurisdiction. The returns 
at the Annual Communication in June, 5860, show the following : Number of 
Master Masons, 176 ; Fellow Crafts, 3 ; Entered Apprentices, 8 ; Withdrawn, 
14; Suspended, 9. Amount of dues, $236. 
The officers of the Grand Lodge, elected June 5th, 5860, are as follows : — 
George Armstrong, M. W. Grand Master. 
L. B. Kinney, R. W. Deputy Grand Master. 
S. Redfield, R. W. Senior Grand Warden. 
D. H. Wheeler, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 
J. H. Maxon, R. W. Grand Treasurer. 
R. W. Furnas, R. W. Grand Secretary. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No. Name. 

1 Nebraska, 

2 Western Star, 

3 Capitol, 

4 Nemaha, 

5 Omadi, 

6 Plattsmouth, 



Location. 
Bellevue. 
Nebraska City. 
Omaha. 
Brownville. 
Omadi. 
Plattsmouth. 



Time op Meeting. 
Tuesday on or b. f. m. 
Tuesday bef. f. m. 
Monday on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Sat. on or bef. f. m. 
1st Monday. 



Master. 
L. B. Kinney. 
Wyllys C. Ranson. 
George Armstrong. 
B. W. Furnas. 
Geo. W. Wilkinson. 
Daniel H. Wheeler. 



CONDITION OF MASONRY IN NEBRASKA. 

The M. W. Grand Master, Robert C. Jordan, in his address read before the 
Grand Lodge, June 5th, 5860, submits the following views in relation to the 
condition of Masonry in Nebraska : — 

" Since the organization of our Grand Lodge, we have, as Grand and subor- 
dinate Lodges, been peculiarly situated, with much to encounter for success, and 
but little to encourage us on our way. The six Lodges that now compose our 
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Grand Lodge were organized and set to work when times were prosperous and 
good. Soon after their organization a change took place that will long be 
remembered by the residents of this Territory, from which we are now just 
recovering, and that very slowly. 

"In addition to financial troubles, during the period mentioned, the great 
gold discovery was made west of us, and a large number of our members having 
suffered severely from the effects of the crisis, and being possessed with a spirit 
of adventure, concluded to seek fortune's favors and smiles in the newly dis- 
covered gold mines. All of the six Lodges have suffered greatly from this 
cause, in some instances leaving barely enough to perform the duties of the 
Lodge." 

Brother C. D. Keller, in a report on the introduction of Freemasonry in 
Nebraska, remarks as follows : — 

" The first regular Communication held under the Dispensation was on the 
evening of April 3d, 1855, in the second story of the old Trading Post, then 
owned by Brother Peter A. Sarpy. In the adjoining room resided a family of 
the natives of the soil— the Omahas — who, in connection with many others of 
that tribe, exhibited quite a curiosity to know what their pale-faced brothers 
were doing ; hence, in order to elude observation, and preserve the secrets of 
our order, large MachaDaw blankets were hung around the room, until the 
desired end was accomplished." 

The following sketch of the introduction of Freemasonry in Nebraska is by 
A. R. Gilmore : — 

" The first organized effort to 1 a formal introduction of Masonry into this 
Territory transpired in November, 1854. In that month and year a preliminary 
meeting of Craftsmen was held for the purpose of taking initiatory steps to the 
procurement of a Dispensation, and other authority requisite to the establish- 
ment of a Lodge of F. and A. Masons, at Bellevue, then in Douglas, but now 
i in Sarpy County. The meeting assembled in Green, Kinney & Co.'s log store, 
in St. Mary's, Mills County, Iowa, directly opposite Bellevue. It was attended 
by Brothers L. B. Kinney, our present worthy and efficient Deputy Grand 
Master, now a resident of Bellevue ; Ex-Governor Ansel Briggs, now a resident 
of Florence, Douglas County; P. J. McMahan, then and now a resident of 
Council Bluff, Iowa ; A. W. Lockwood, then and now a resident of Traders' 
Point, Iowa ; James M. Gatewood, then retiring from the United States Indian 
Agency of the Omaha, Pawnee, and Otoe tribes of Indians, now a resident of 
Missouri; George Hepner, then United States Agent for aforesaid tribes, since 
deceased ; A. W. Hollister, then of Bellevue, present residence unknown to me ; 
and your ' bumble servant,' constituted the whole number present. After ' due 
deliberation,' a petition to the Grand Lodge of Illinois was drawn up in due 
form, praying them to grant their petitioners a Dispensation, and was signed by 
all those named as being present, and directed to the address of the Grand 
Master of Illinois, and at once transmitted by mail. I visited Chicago in De- 
cember of that year, and found that our petition had been received, and was 
then in the hands of the Deputy Grand Master, with whom I arranged the pay- 
ment of their usual fees, and, after some little delay, the Dispensation was issued 
and the name of L. B. Kinney inserted as our first Master, and then transmitted 
to him by mail. I might as well add here, that W. M. Kinney represented Belle- 



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vue Lodge, at the Annual Session of the Grand Lodge, in Springfield, Illinois, 
in 1855, and surrendered our Dispensation, and received in its place a Charter, 
under which authority that Lodge worked, until the formation of the Grand 
Lodge of this Territory, in 1857. 

" On my return to Bellevue, in April, 1855, 1 found the Lodge duly organized, 
and holding their regular meetings in the second story of the Trading Post of 
General Sarpy, near the steamboat landing for that town. 

"This venerable specimen of primitive architecture still graces the spot 
where it then stood, and around and within its rude walls are clustered many 
highly valued associations. Its well-worn threshold was the first one over 
which my feet passed after my advent to this Territory, an event which I then 
recorded, in pencil, on the cornice beneath the dripping eaves, the trace of 
which time has not yet obliterated. Beneath its hospitable roof my first repast 
was partaken, at the instance of its hardy but generous proprietor, the pioneer 
of Nebraska, General Peter A. Sarpy. Within its rude and rough walls the 
'sound of the gavel' first hailed the craft, and called them to their first 'labor.' 
In this humble room the pioneer band of ' the brotherhood' first assembled around 
their sacred but rude altar, (a bale of Indian blankets,) and received their first 
charge from the lips of their first Master, (L. B. Kinney,) who ever 'set the 
craft to work' under ' due instructions,' in this then extreme limit of civilization. 
The official regalia, or rather the jewels of the Lodge, were skillfully made of tin, 
by a craftsman, who afterward established the manufacture of tinware in this 
city, and represented its population in our Territorial Legislature in 1857-8. 
There are many interesting events connected with this building, and the pro- 
ceedings of the first meetings, of our infant Lodge therein, that would furnish 
material for an interesting publication, but my time and meagre ability form an 
insuperable barrier to my success in such undertaking. 

" During the spring of 1855, petitions for initiation were received from Stephen 
Decatur and Isaiah Bennett, and favorably determined, but there being no suita- 
ble room for work in that place, no initiation took place during that year. 

"We continued to meet regularly through the season, sometimes in Brother 
Kinney's store, and sometimes in a room which I occupied in the second story 
of a large unfinished building, afterward known as the Benton House, which 
was destroyed by fire in the fall of 1857. 

"During the fall of 1855, General Peter A. Sarpy handed in his petition for 
initiation. During its consideration and determination, a circumstance trans- 
pired of rather a ludicrous character, caused by an almost total destitution of 
furniture, clothing and working tools. In order to exhibit this feature, and give 
our present well-provided brethren a knowledge of the expedients we were obliged 
to resort to, I will give the history of the manner in which this application was 
disposed of. The meeting alluded to was held in my room before described. 
The report of the committee, to whom was referred the petition of General 
Sarpy, had been received, and was favorable to his admission. A ballot was 
proposed, seconded and carried. The preparation for this duty developed the 
fact that we were destitute of both box and ballots, and to relieve ourselves from 
this awkward dilemma we were forced to substitute an empty gallon pickle jar 
for a ballot box, and a box of small gravel-stones, which I gathered as speci- 
mens, and which I still had in my possession, were selected to serve the friendly 
office, while a cup of ' leaden bullets' were to perform the ' darker colored' ser- 



NEBRASKA. 257 

yice. The jar, the stones, and bullets were then placed upon our ' primitive' 
altar, (two trunks covered with a blue blanket,) when we gravely proceeded with 
our ballot. This done, our W. M. ordered the ' contents of the bottle' analyzed, 
and the result proclaimed ; a task that was speedily and scientifically performed 
by the J. and S. W., who gave their unanimous opinion that the presence of 
' lead' was not discovered or detected, and that the ballot was clear in favor of 
the candidate. A few evenings thereafter, as many of our members as could 
leave, accompanied the 'candidate' to Council Blufl's, it being the evening of the 
regular meeting of the Council Bluff Lodge. They closed their Lodge in the 
early part of the evening, and kindly tendered Bellevue Lodge the use of their 
room, furniture, tools and aid. Whereupon our Lodge was opened in due form, 
General L. L. Bowen presiding, and the Entered Apprentice Degree duly con- 
ferred upon General Peter A. Sarpy, the hardy pioneer and Indian trader of 
thirty-six years standing. 

" This was the first degree conferred by Bellevue Lodge. I should have men- 
tioned before this, that the two first-named candidates were never initiated, 
Stephen Decatur having removed to Decatur City, in this Territory, where he 
now resides ; and Isaiah Bennett, brother of our worthy townsman and brother, 
John B. Bennett, died in Glenwood, Mills County, Iowa, in the summer of 1855. 
His funeral was attended by a large concourse of personal friends, and among 
them most of the members of Bellevue Lodge, your humble servant being one 
of the number. 

"In January, 1856, 1 closed my membership in Bellevue Lodge, and removed 
to Omaha, where I united with and participated in the establishment of Capitol 
Lodge, as shown in the transcript of their record." 



A LAUGHABLE INCIDENT. 

The good old Tyler, the father of the present gentlemanly brother who tyles 
the Lodges in the new Masonic Temple in Philadelphia, was something of a wag 
in his day, and would have his joke. One evening, as he was preparing the 
regalia, etc., for the Lodge which was to meet on that night, a man walked into 
the Lodge room, and, as the gas was not lighted, he could not see who it was 
that was intruding. The Tyler, in a gruff, loud voice, inquired, "Who is there?" 
The person answered, "A friend." The Tyler knew his voice, and, anticipating 
some fun, cried out, " What do you want here ?" at the same time unsheathing 
a sword. The intruder, seeing the glittering steel, and not knowing who it was 
that was speaking to him, was frightened, and scampered out of the room and 
bounded down the stairs as if " Old Nick" was at his heels. The old Tyler 
enjoyed a surfeit of laughter at the rapid decampment of his acquaintance. 

The next day he met his acquaintance, who related to him that, as he was 
passing the hall the evening before, he thought he would go in and see the 
Masonic Lodge room, and that some person there drew a sword and intended to 
kill him. The Tyler laughed heartily, and told him that he was the person who 
was in the room. The gentleman would scarcely credit it, as he did not recog- 
nize the voice. Many a hearty laugh did the good old Tyler enjoy whenever he 
thought of the mistake his acquaintance made, and how rapidly he made his exit 
on seeing the sword. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of New Hampshire was organized July 8th, 5789. Its 
Annual Communications are held in the City of Concord, commencing on the 
Tuesday next following the first Wednesday in June. The Grand Lodge con- 
sists of the Grand Officers, District Deputy Grand Masters, Past Grand and 
Deputy Grand and District Deputy Grand Masters, and Past Grand Wardens, 
and the Masters and Wardens of its subordinate Lodges. 
The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the following sources: — 

For Dispensations for new Lodges $10 00 

For Charters 30 00 

For every Initiation 1 50 

For Diplomas 50 

This Grand Lodge has 45 subordinate Lodges under its jurisdiction. The re- 
turns of 44 Lodges, made in June, 5860, show a total membership of 2377, and 
347 Initiations during the year. 

The officers of the Grand Lodge for the present Masonic year are as fol- 
lows : — 

Aaron P. Hughes, M. W. Grand Master. 
Jacob C. Hanson, E. W. Deputy Grand Master. 
Christopher Whitney, E. W. Senior Grand Warden. 
Bichard N. Eoss, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 
John Knowlton, R. W. Grand Treasurer. 
Horace Chase, E. W. Grand Secretary. 
Isaac H. Marshall, Senior Grand Deacon. 
Jared I. Williams, Junior Grand Deacon. 
George C. Williams, Grand Marshal. 
J. Warren Towle, Grand Sword Bearer. 
James H. Perry, Grand Pursuivant. 
Isaac Eastman, Grand Tyler. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No. Lodge. 
1 St. John's, 

6 Franklin, 

7 Benevolent, 

8 North Star, 

9 Hiram, 

11 Blazing Star, 
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Location. 
Portsmouth. 
Lebanon. 
Milford. 
Lancaster. 
Claremont. 
Concord. 



Time of Meeting. 
1st Wed. of each mo. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Tiies. on or b. f. m. 
Tues.of week of f. m. 
1st Wed. of each mo. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 



Master. 
Oliver G. FernalJ. 
J. B. Perry. 
Norman Burdick. 
William Burns. 
James Goodwin. 
Lyman A. Walker. 



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No. Lodge. 



Time ov Meeting. 



Master. 



14 King Solomon's, 

15 Mount Vernon, 

16 Olive Branch, 

17 Morning Star, 

18 Charity, 

19 Sullivan, 
21 Humane, 
24 Bethel, 
26 Altemont, 

29 Strafford, , 

30 St. Paul's, 

31 St. Peter's, 

32 Mount Lebanon, 

37 Evening Star, 

38 Harmony, 

39 Rising Sun, 

40 Philesian, 

41 La Fayette, 

42 Social Friends, 

43 Aurora, 

46 Grafton, 

47 Rising Star, 

49 Libanus, 

50 Social, 
52 Clinton, 

56 St. Andrew's, 

57 Carroll, 

58 Charter Oak, 

59 Star in the East, 

60 Meridian, 

61 Washington, 

62 Unity, 

63 Moosehillock, 

64 Eane, 

65 Granite, 

66 Burns, 

67 Souhegan, 

68 Red Mountain, 

69 Mt. Prospect, 



Wilmot. 

Newport. 

Plymouth. 

Wolfborough. 

Jaffrey. 

Lee. 

Rochester. 

New Ipswich. 

Peterborough. 

Dover. 

Alstead. 

Bradford. 

Gilford. 

Colebrook. 

Hillsborough. 

Nashua. 

Winchester. 

Manchester. 

Eeene. 

Henniker. 

Haverhill. 

Newmarket. 

Somersworth. 

Enfield. 

Wilton. 

Portsmouth. 

Freedom. 

Effingham. 

Exeter. 

Franklin. 

Manchester. 

Wakefield. 

Wentworth. 

Lisbon. 

Bollinsford. 

Littleton. 

Mason. 

Sandwich. 

Holderness. 



Wednesday b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Thurs. on orb. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or bef. f. m. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
1st Wednesday. 
Thurs. of w. of f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Monday b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Thurs. of w. of f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or af. f. m. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
2d Monday. 
Thursday b. f. m. 

Fri. of week of f. m. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
2d Wed. after f. m. 
Thurs. on or a. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. of w. of f. m. 
Tuesday after f. m. 
Thurs. of w. off. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 



John M. Hayes. 
Thomas Sanborn. 
James B. Moody. 
Abel Haley. 
Silas Cummings. 
Gorham W. Hoitt. 
Geo. Corson. 
Warren Pratt. 
Mortier L. Morrison. 
John Twombly. 
Ira Rust. 

John K. Richardson. 
E. E. Webster. 
Albe Holmes. 
Madison Templeton. 
Thomas Pearsons. 
John Cook, Jr. 
Ezra Huntington. 
R. H. Porter. 
Horace Chase. 
H. S. Baker. 
David Murray. 
Edward A. Rollins. 
Dennison Currier. 
C. W. Hodgdon. 
Herman Remiek. 
Cyrus Fowler. 

Samuel M. Wilcox. 
John H. Kowell. 
John S. Kidder. 
James Tucker. 
Jonathan E. Sargent. 
Ezra C. Knight. 
William N.Litchfield. 
Thos. E. Chamberlin. 
Jas. L. Chamberlin. 
C. C. Fellows. 
Ai B. Thompson. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

Organized 5819. 
This Grand Chapter is subordinate to the General Grand Chapter. It holds 
its Annual Convocations at Concord, on the second Monday in June. It has 8 
subordinate Chapters under its jurisdiction, 7 of which made returns at the 
Annual Convocation in June, 5860, showing a total of members of 542, and 
78 exaltations during the year, and amount of dues paid $156. 



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SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 


Location. 


No. Name. 


Location. 


2 Trinity, 


Concord. 


6 Webb, 


Claremont. 


3 Washington, 


Portsmouth. 


7 Belknap, 


Dover. 


4 Cheshire, 


Keene. 


9 Meridian Sun, 


Nashua. 


5 Franklin, 


Lisbon. 


11 Mount Horeb, 


Manchester. 



GRAND COMMANDERY. 

Okganized August 22, 1860. 

There are 5 subordinate Commanderies in this jurisdiction, all instituted by 
the Grand Encampment of the United States, as follows : No. 1, De Witt Clin- 
ton, at Portsmouth; chartered January, 1826. No. 2, Trinity, at Manchester; 
chartered September 19th, 1853. No. 3, North Star, dispensation May 6th, 
1857, at Lancaster. No. 4, St. Paul's, dispensation November, 1857, at Dover. 
No. 5, Mount Horeb, dispensation May 31st, 1859, at Concord. These three 
last Commanderies were chartered by the Grand Encampment of the United 
States, at its triennial meeting in September, 1859. The total number of mem- 
bers reported in 1859 was 210. 

This Grand Encampment was organized as above since the' last triennial 
meeting of the Grand Encampment of the United States. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

BXETEE. 
Bell, Chas. H. W. M., Star in the East, 59. 

MILFOBD. 

Blood, James, B. B. Station Agent. J. Std., Benevolent, 7. 

Gillis, G. H., Clerk and Paymaster, Sauhegan Manufacturing Company. 
J. W., Benevolent, 7 ; Meridian Sun chap., 9. 

Hutchinson, Nathan, Livery Stable Keeper. S. D., Benevolent, 7. 

Bobbins, Wm. "W"., Manufacturer of Printers' Cases and Furniture. Benevo- 
lent, 7. 

Sawyer, Salmon, Millwright. Benevolent, 7. 

Wadleigh, Bainbridge, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Benevolent, 7. 

Wadleigh, Gilbert, Cashier Sauhegan Bank. Marshal, Benevolent, 7. 



NASHUA. 



Marshall, Isaac H. W. M., Bising Sun, 39 ; E. King, Meridian Sun chap., 9. 
Bockwood, Jefferson, Painter, Glazier, and Undertaker. Bising Sun, 39. 



NEW JERSEY. 



GRAND LODGE. 



The Grand Lodge of New Jersey was organized December 18, 5786. Its 
Annual Communications are held on the first "Wednesday after the second Tues- 
day in January, in the City of Trenton. The Grand Lodge consists of the Grand 
Officers, Past Grand Officers, Past Masters, and Masters and Wardens of its 
subordinate Lodges. The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the fol- 
lowing sources : — 

For Charters for new Lodges $25 00 

Each member, annually, for general Charity Fund . 50 

For every Initiation 1 00 

For Dispensation for the Degrees .... 4 00 

For Certificates 1 00 

There are 54 subordinate Lodges in this jurisdiction. The number of members 
reported, per last returns, was 2723 ; Entered Apprentices, 32 ; Fellow Crafts, 
38; Withdrawn, 111 ; Suspended, 77 ; Deceased, 33 ; Expelled, 5. The receipts 
of the Grand Lodge, as per report of Grand Secretary for the year ending 
January 17, 5860, were $1293 25. 
The present Officers of the Grand Lodge are as follows : — 

Isaac Van Wagoner, M. W. Grand Master. 

Haley Fisk, R. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

Robert C. Buzby, R. W. Senior Grand Warden. 

Thomas J. Corson, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 

Rev. Nathaniel Pettit, R. W. Grand Chaplain. 

Elias Phillips, R. W. Grand Treasurer. 

Joseph H. Hough, R. W. Grand Secretary. 

Ingham Coryell, R. W. Deputy Grand Secretary. 

Samuel Lilly, W. Senior Grand Deacon. 

Edward C. Taylor, W. Junior Grand Deacon. 

John Rogers, W. Grand Marshal. 

Robert O. Smith, 1 w _ Grand Stewards . 

Holmes W. Murphy, ) 

Charles Dunham, Jr., W. Grand Sword Bearer. 

Robert S. Green, W. Grand Pursuivant. 

Amos Howell, Grand Tyler. 



No. Lodoe. 

1 St. John's, 

2 Brearly, 

3 Cincinnati, 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



Location. 
Newark. 
Bridgeton. 
Morristown. 



Time op Meeting. 
2d & 4th Weds. 
Mon. on or bef. f. m. 
Mon. on or bef. f. m. 



Masteu. 
Aug. L. Wilcox. 
John Carter. 
John S. Stiger. 
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Lodge. 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



4 Tuckerton, 

5 Trenton, 

7 Newark, 

8 Clinton, 

9 Wash. Shre'ry, 

10 Franklin, 

11 Union, 

12 Amwell, 

13 Warren, 

14 Mount Holly, 

15 Camden, 

16 Olive Branch, 

17 Hiram, 

18 Harmony, 

19 Union, 

20 Acacia, 

21 Mys. Bro'hood, 

22 Diogenes, 

23 Harmony, 

24 Prospect, 

25 Northern, 

26 Jerusalem, 

27 Lafayette, 

28 Mount Moriah, 

29 Joppa, 

30 Cape Island, 

31 Variek, 

32 Burlington, 

33 Washington, 

34 Stewart, 

35 Hoboken, 

36 Mansfield, 

37 Darcy, 

38 Princeton, 

39 Eureka, 

40 Bloomfield, 

41 Hightstown, 

42 Independence, 

43 Pat'son Orange 

44 Central, 

45 Benevolent, 

46 Solomon's, 

47 Bergen, 

48 Enterprise, 

49 Essex, 

50 Mercer, 

51 Oriental, 

52 Delaware, 

53 Eagle, 



Tuckerton. 

Trenton. 

Newark. 

Baskinridge. 

Eatontown. 

Irvington. 

Orange. 

Lambertville. 

Belvidere. 

Mount Holly. 

Camden. 

Freehold. 

Jersey City. 

Tom's River. 

New Brunswick. 

Dover. 

Red Bank. 

Newark. 

Newton. 

Mendham. 

Newark. 

Plainfield. 

Rahway. 

Bordentown. 

Paterson. 

Cape Island. 

Jersey City. 

Burlington. 

Elizabeth. 

Clinton. 

Hoboken. 

Washington. 

Flemington. 

Princeton. 

Newark. 

Bloomfield. 

Hightstown. 

Hackettstown. 

Paterson. 

Mount Holly. 

Paterson. 

Somerville. 

Bergen. 

Jersey City. 

Elizabethport. 

Trenton. 

Newark. 

Phillipsburg. 

Hudson. 



Monday before f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Every Friday. 
Wed. on or bef. f. m. 
Mon. on or bef. f. m. 
Wed. on or bef. f. m. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Wed. on or bef. f. m. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
3d Tuesday. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Every Monday. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
Th. on or bef. f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
2d & 4th Weds. 
2d & 4th Weds. 
1st Tu. on or a. f. m. 
Every Friday. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Every Friday. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Every Thursday. 
Thurs. on or bef. f. m. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
2d & 4th MondayB. 
Every Tuesday. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
1st Fri. after f. m. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
Every Thursday. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
Every Friday. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
Every Thursday. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
2d & 4th Thursdays. 
Every Wednesday. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Every Monday. 



Stephen Willits. 
W. W. L. Phillips. 
Jos. K. Lewis. 
Stephen Faulkner. 
Arthur Wilson. 

Hiram Ingalsbc. 
Chas. A. Skillman. 
Edwin R. Crane. 
Chas. Ewan, Jr. 
Pancoast Roberts. 
Isaac S. Buckalew. 
Albert G. Gilkyson. 
Thos. Hooper. 
Saml. L. Johnson. 
Thos. R. Crittenden. 
Jas. H. Patterson. 
John Hammell. 
David N. Deazley. 

Wm. Mead. 
Stephen O. Horton. 
Abram A. Ward. 
John Shaw. 
John Bobertson. 
Virgil M. D. Marcy. 
Philip Sellew. 
Saml. Fort. 
Jacob Seiple. 

Edward Bootes. 
Alex. P. Berthoud. 
Jacob S. C. Pittinger. 
Cor. Van Duyne. 
Milton Baldwin. 
Simeon Baldwin. 
E. T. R. Applegate. 
E. Pierce Allen. 
Socrates Tuttle. 
Wm. H. Irick. 
John E. Bolton. 
John Hartwell. 
John R. Montgomery. 
Chancellor W. Chase. 
Jos. Alward. 
Jas. S. Aitkin. 
Francis Lindsley. 
Ed. H. Bird. 
John Duff. 





NEW JERSEY. 


263 


No. Lodob. 


Location. Time op Mbetino. 


Master. 


54 Excelsior, 






U. D. Kane, 


Newark. 




U. D. Orion, 


Frenchtown. 




U. D. Corinthian, 


Orange. 





GRAND CHAPTER. 

Organized December 30th, 5856. 

This Grand Chapter is subordinate to the General Grand Chapter. It holds 
its Annual Convocations on the second Wednesday in September, in the City of 
Trenton. It has 12 subordinate Chapters under its jurisdiction. Number of 
members, 419. 

SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 

1 Hiram, 

2 Enterprise, 

3 Boudinot, 

4 Scott, 

5 Three Times Three, 

6 Brearly, 

7 Union, 

8 Mount Vernon, 

9 Harmony, 

10 Cataract City, 

11 Pentalpha, 

12 Temple, 



Location. 
Eatontown. 
Jersey City. 
Burlington. 
New Brunswick. 
Trenton. 
Bridgeton. 
Newark. 
Bergen. 
Newark. 
Paterson. 
Hoboken. 
Phillipsburg. 



Time op Meeting. 
1st Monday after full moon. 
1st & 3d Wednesdays. 
4th Wednesday. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
2d Tuesday. 

Monday after full moon. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
2d & 4th Wednesdays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
2d Tuesday. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

Organized November 26th, 5860. 

This Grand Council was organized by three Councils established in New 
Jersey, viz. ; Kane Council, No. 11, at Newark, by the Grand Council of New 
York, and Scott Council, No. 12, at New Brunswick, and Gebal Council, No. 
14, at Trenton, by the Grand Council of Pennsylvania. On the same day, the 
Grand Council held its first Annual Assembly at the same place, City of New 
Brunswick, elected its Officers, and, among other business, granted a warrant 
for a new Council. The next Annual Assembly of the Grand Council will be 
held in the City of Trenton, on the third Tuesday of January, 5861. 



SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 



No. 


Name. 


Location. 


No. 


Name. 


Location. 


1 


Scott, 


New Brunswick. 


3 


Gebal, 


Trenton. 


2 


Kane, 


Newark. 


4 


Delta, 


Hoboken 



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GRAND COMMANDERT. 

The Grand Commandery of New Jersey was organized on the 14th of Feb- 
ruary, 1860. It is subordinate to the Grand Encampment of U. S. Its first 
Conclave was held in the City of Trenton, on the 5th of June, 1860. According 
to the Constitution adopted, " The Annual Conclave of this Grand Commandery 
shall be held on the first Thursday after the second Wednesday in September." 
The Grand Commandery was formed of the following subordinate Command- 



SUBORDINATE COMMANDERIES. 

No. Namb. Location. No. Name. Location. 

1 Hugh De Payen, Jersey City. 3 Helena, Burlington. 

2 St. Bernard, Hightstown. 

The Annual Conclave of the Grand Commandery was held in the City of 
Trenton, on the 15th of September, 1860. No increase of subordinate Com- 
manderies. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

BELVTDEKB. 

Crane, Edwin R. W. M., Warren, 13. 

Fritts, Wm. A., Hotel-keeper. Warren, 13. 

Harris, Henry V., Teller Belvidere Bank. Warren, 13. 

Prall, James, Merchant. Warren, 13. 

Sharp, Jacob, Tanner. P. M., Warren, 13. 

Sharp, Bedford. S. D., Warren, 13. 

Smith, Thomas L., Butcher. J. W., Warren, 13. 

Woodward, J. B., Teacher. Late Mansfield, 36. 

BOBDEMTO'WIir. 

Allen, Col. Joseph W., Civil Engineer. Mount Moriah, 28. 

Buzby, Charles C, Pattern-maker. J. W., Mount Moriah, 28. 

Buzby, Robert C, Confidential Clerk, Camden and Amboy R. R. Senior 
Grand Warden, Grand Lodge N. J. ; P. M., Mount Moriah, 28. 

Cook, Dr. William. Mount Moriah, 28. 

Dayton, Richard B., Engineer. Mount Moriah, 28. 

Dougherty, Samuel B., Superintendent Camden and Amboy Railroad. Mount 
Moriah, 28. 

Dunn, Thomas W., Car Trimmer. S. D., Mount Moriah, 28. 

Haffelfinger, William R., Carpenter. Mount Moriah, 28. 

Molyneux, James, Engineer. Mount Moriah, 28. 

Pitman, George W., Cabinet-maker, Camden and Amboy Railroad. J. 0., 
Mount Moriah, 28. 

Stokes, Whitall, Druggist. Mount Moriah, 28. 

Thompson, Alfred, Foundery. Mount Moriah, 28. 



NEW JERSEY. 265 

Thompson, George W., Merchant. Mount Moriah, 28. 
Thompson, Lewis P., Clerk. Mount Moriah, 28. 
Williamson, Peter, Engineer. Sec, Mount Moriah, 28. 

CAMDEN. 

Allen, Vm. H., Manufacturer of Stoves, Heaters, and Ranges, 8 Market St. 
Camden, 15. 

Aydelott, John, Pilot of Steamboat State Rights. Camden, 15. 

Bender, Joseph J., House and Sign Painter, Front, above Federal St. 
Camden, 15. 

Cassady, James M., Magistrate, Federal- St. Secretary, Camden, 15. 

Davis, John T., House and Sign Painter, Market, below Front St. Camden, 15. 

Denny, James H., House and Sign Painter, Front, above Federal St. 
Camden, 15. 

Doughty, Samuel, Captain of Steamboat Washington. Camden, 15. 

Fetters, Richard, Florist, 218 Market St. Camden, 15. 

Hamell, Benj. A., Commission Merchant, foot of Federal St. Camden, 15. 

Hamell, Joseph R., Agent, Cooper's Point. Camden, 15. 

Letts, Michael, Collector Camden and Philadelphia Ferry Co. Camden, 15. 

Mayhew, Mark A., Lumber Inspector, cor. Fourth and Plum Sts. Camden. 15. 

Mott, George, Marble-yard, Federal St. Camden, 15. 

Parker, Chas. F., Bookbinder, 524 North Second St. J. W., Camden, 15. 

Peak, Jesse T., Tailor, cor. Second and Federal Sts. Camden, 15. 

Pierson, Jr., Daniel, House Carpenter, cor. Third and Sailor's Avenue. 
Camden, 15. 

Roberts, Azael, Shoe Store, N. W. cor. Second and Federal Sts. Camden, 15. 

Roberts, Pantacost, Undertaker, cor. 3d and Federal Sts. W. M., Camden, 
15. 

Scovel, James M., Attorney at Law, N. E. cor. 3d and Market Sts. Camden, 
15. 

Stevens, James H., Cashier of Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank of Camden, 506. 
Federal St. S. D., Camden, 15. 

Trimble, Joseph, 327 Cooper St. Past Grand Master, Camden, 15. 

CHAETBEKHY. 

Holmes, Curtis R., M.D. Wooster, 10 ; Colchester coun. 
Isham, Rev. R. Griswold. Wooster, 10 ; formerly Chap., 5 ; Colchester 
conn. ; St. Bernard's com., 2. 

ELIZABETH. 
Alward, Joseph, Attorney at Law. W. M., Essex, 49. 
Bonnett, W. W., Piatt, 194, N. Y. ; Harmony chap., 9, Newark, N. J. 
Brown, John W., Hardware. Washington, 33. 
Cammann, C. A., Ferry Agent. Essex, 49. 
Christopher, Geo. W., Carpenter. Essex, 49. 

Curren, H. 0., Oil Cloths, 173 Mechanic St. J. D., Washington, 33. 
Davis, Jno., Coal Agent. Lodge, No. 3 ; Jerusalem chap., 3, Phila. 
Dixon, Timothy, Silver-plater. Essex, 49. 



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Green, Jr., James S., Physician, 151 Broad St. P. M., Washington, 33. 

Green, Eob. J., Counselor at Law, 161 Broad St. P. M., Washington, 33 ; 
G. P. of G. L. of State of N. J. 

Hambrick, Paul E. Secretary, Washington, 33. 

Hicks, Benj., Druggist. Essex, 49. 

Hough, T. L., Physician and Druggist. Essex, 49. 

Joslin, Wm., Engineer. J. D., Essex, 49. 

Milligan, Saml. G. Washington, 33. 

Moore, 0. D., Engineer. Steward, Essex, 49. 

Moore, Saml. K., Machinist. Essex, 49 ; Union chap., Newark, N. J. 

Norton, Henry L., Clerk. S. D., Essex, 49. 

Pierson, Benj. C, Grocer, 216 Broad St. Washington, 33. 

Price, Thos. H., Carriage-maker, 209| Broad St. Washington, 33. 

Bobinson, Oscar B. Essex, 49. 

Rolston, R G., 125 Jersey St. J. W., Washington, 33. 

Seiple, J., City Clerk. W. M., Washington, 33. 

Smith, A. W., 52 Meadow St. S. D., Washington, 33. 

Smith, Wm., Dispatcher. Essex, 49. 

White, Thomas, Carpenter. Essex, 49. 

Whitehead, S. W., Druggist, 171 Broad, cor. Jersey St. S. W., Washing- 
ton, 33. 

Wyckoff, P. H., Clerk. J. W., Essex, 49. 

FLEMING-TOUT. 

Clark, Peter I., Attorney at Law. Darcy, 37. 

Bisler, M. B., Merchant. Darcy, 37. 

Schenk, J. P., M.D. P. M., Darcy, 37 ; Chap., 5. 

HACKETTSTOWBT. 

Ford, Marcus, Brakesman, Morris and Essex Bailroad. S. D., Independence, 
42. 

McClallen, S. M., Harness-maker and Dealer in Fancy Saddlery. Independ- 
ence, 42. 

Moore, C. F. B., Grocer and Confectioner. Independence, 42 ; Chap., 7. 

Moore, C. F. B., Engineer. Rockaway, 20; Union chap., 1. 

Osborne, Wm., Locomotive Engineer. S. W., Independence, 42. 

HIGHTSTOWIT. 

Applegate, E. B., Banker. W. M., Hightstown, 41 ; Chap., 5 ; J. W., Grand 
Encampment ; C. G., St. Bernard's com., 2. 

Applegate, Thomas. Treas., Hightstown, 41. 

Coward, Geo. W., Merchant. J. W., Hightstown, 41; Chap., 5 ; St. Ber- 
nard's com., 2. 

Hall, James D. J. W., Hightstown, 41 ; 'St. Bernard's com., 2. 

Keeler, Charles, Merchant. S. W., Hightstown, 41 ; Chap., 5 ; Generalissimo, 
St. Bernard com., 2. 

Bobbins, Charles L., Merchant. S. D., Hightstown, 41 ; Chap., 5 ; Recorder, 
St. Bernard's com., 2. 



NEW JERSEY. 261 

Scattergood, Samuel B., Rail-road Hotel. P. M., Trenton, 5. 

Shengle, Serring, Pounder and Machinist. Sec, Hightstown, 41. 

Taylor, Edward 0., Broker. P. M., Hightstown, 41 ; Chap., 5 ; Eastern Star 
coun. ; D. G. 0., Grand Encampment ; P. E. C, St. Bernard's com., 2. 

Taylor, Wm. W. P. M., Hightstown, 41 ; Chap., 5 ; E. C, St. Bernard's 
com., 2. 

JAMESBTJKG. 

Buckelew, Isaac S., Superintendent Freehold and Jamesburg R. R. W. M., 
Olive Branch, 16 ; Hiram chap., 1 ; 0. G., St. Bernard com., 2. 

LAMBEETVILLE. 

Everett, Richard C, Station Agent, Belvidere and Delaware R. R. Amwell, 12. 
Keiper, Wm. N., Miller. Amwell, 12. 
Lake, Joseph. B., Carpenter. Amwell, 12. 
Linburg, "Wm., Dry Goods Merchant. Amwell, 12. 
Moore, Amos, Jr., Hotel-keeper. Amwell, 12. 
Moore, Francis, Machinist. Tyler, Amwell, 12. 

Pierson, Clark, Editor and Publisher "People's Beacon." Amwell, 12. 
Scarborough, A. J., Tobacconist. Amwell, 12. 

Schulhaus, Charles, Merchant Tailor. J. W., Amwell, 12 ; Chap., 5 ; Phila- 
delphia coun., 11. 
Servis, Jacob, Fancy Goods and Dress Trimmings. Treas., Amwell, 12. 
Young, John R., Merchant. Amwell, 12. 

LEBANOM" 

Trefren, Mastern D., Attorney at Law. P. M., Stewart, 34. 

MOUNT HOLLY. 
Bryan, "Wm. E., Postmaster. P. M., Mount Holly, 14. 
Carr, Samuel, Cordwainer. Mount Holly, 14. 
Irick, Henry J., Farmer, near Mount Holly. J. W., Central, 44. 
Read, Samuel, Bricklayer. Tuckerton, 4 ; P. M., Mount Holly, 14 ; Past 
Deputy Grand Master. 

hewakb:. 

Allen, Ludlow, Machinist, 123 Broad Street. M. C, Northern, 25 ; C. H., 
Harmony chap., 9 ; Kane coun., 2. 

Baldwin, Milton, M.D., 58 Bank Street. W. M., Eureka, 39 ; Union chap., 7 

Baldwin, R. D., Supt. Newark Gaslight Co., 4 Morris and Essex Railroad 
Avenue. Northern, 25. 

Baxter, Morgan T., Flour, Feed, and Groceries, 378 and 378£ Broad Street. 
Secretary, Oriental, 51. 

Bender, Peter, Hatter, 276 Broad Street. P. M., Diogenes, 22. 

Benjamin, 0. C, Photograph Gallery, 274 Broad Street. Northern, 25. 

Blauvelt, John S., Shoe Manufacturer, 138 Market Street. Newark, 7. 

Boylan, Lawrence, Furniture Dealer, 245 Broad Street. Newark, 7 ; Union 
chap., 7. 

Brant, W. H., Undertaker, 178 Broad Street. Newark, 7 ; Union chap., 7. 

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Bright, Jas., Baker, 2 Commerce Street. Newark, 7. 

Butts, Philip, Merchant Tailor, 3 Ferry Street. Newark, 7. 

Camfield, David J., Livery Stables, 232 Washington Street. Newark, 7 ; 
Secretary, Union chap., 7. 

Cleaver, James D., County Judge, 118 Orchard Street. Treas., Oriental, 51. 

Compton, Chas. W., Undertaker, 178 Market Street. Kane, U. D. 

Corey, J. "W., Hats, Caps, Furs, and Straw Goods, 232 Broad Street. Kane, 
U. D. ; Union chap., 7. 

Crane, Job S., Lock Manufacturer, 6 Mechanic Street. Newark, 7. 

Crockett, John R., Manufacturer, 55 Mount Pleasant Avenue. Northern, 
25 ; P. M., Newark, 7 ; Treas., Harmony chap., 9 ; P. S. G. W., Grand Lodge. 

Crowder, Chas., Clothier, 238 Broad Street. Kane, U. D. 

Duryee, H. W., 24 Park Street. St. John's, 1. 

Eagles, Israel C, Wagon and Carriage Maker, 82 and 84 Orange Street. 
Northern, 25. 

Eagles, Wm. C, Carpenter, 276 Broad Street. Newark, 7. 

Erb, William, Curled Hair Manufacturer and Upholsterer, 53 Broad Street. 
Northern, 25. 

Fleichaus, Joseph, Tanner, 28 Mercer Street. S. D., Diogenes, 22. 

Fredericks, N. J., Sash, Blind, and Door Manufacturer, 8 Church Street. 
Newark, 7. 

Fuller, Edw. N., Editor of Newark Daily Journal. Oriental, 51. 

Garratt, Chas., Clothier, 2 New Street. Eureka, 39 ; Union chap., 7. 

Geiger, John, File and Rasp Manufacturer, corner Hamilton and Bailroad 
Avenues. Diogenes, 22. 

Gifford, Chas. L. C, Counselor at Law, 169 Broad Street. S. W., Northern, 
25 ; Harmony chap., 9. 

Green, J. H., Carriage Manufacturer, 120 Bailroad Avenue. Newark, 7. 

Grover, Jas. W., Secretary Merchants' Insurance Company, 264 Broad Street. 
Newark, 7. 

Haines, James, Counselor at Law, 14 Parker Street. Oriental, 51. 

Hammel, John, Clothier, 172 Market Street. W. M., Diogenes, 22. 

Hammell, Chas., Provisions, 247 Broad Street. Northern, 25. 

Harfele, Francis, Union Hall, 31 Union Street. Diogenes, 22. 

Harrison, Chas. H., Patent Leather, 436 AYashington Street. S. W., Eureka, 
39 ; Union chap., 7. 

Harrison, C. W., Teller Newark Savings Institution, cor. Broad and Mechanic 
Streets. Treas., St. John's, 1. 

Hart, Morris, Dry Goods, 16 New Street. Northern, 25. 

Hawes, J. H. G., Plumber and Gas-fitter, 158 Market Street. J. D., North- 
ern, 25 ; P. S., Harmony chap., 9 ; Kane coun., 2. 

Heaton, B. F., Clothing, 141 Market St. St. John's, 1. 

Hedges, A. J., Manufacturing Jeweler, 43 Fair St. St. John's, 1 ; Union 
chap., 7. 

Hedden, V. J., Carpenter, 1 Orange St. Northern, 25 ; Harmony chap., 9 ; 
Kane coun. 

Hudson, W. E., Grocer, 52 Warren, cor. Plane St. Kane, U. D. 



NEW JERSEY. 269 

Huxster, Wm. B., Baker and Grocer, 44 Ferry St. Newark, 7 ; Union 
chap., 7. 

Jacobus, J. M., Builder, 73 State St. Treasurer, Northern, 25 ; Harmony 
chap., 9. 

Johnston, James, Butcher, 41 Mulberry St. Kane, U. D. 

Kearney, James, File Manufacturer, 15 Hamilton St. Oriental, 51. 

Kinney, W. Donaldson, Merchant, 27 Centre St. W. M., Kane, TJ. D. ; 
M. E. H. P., Union chap., 7 ; Kane coun. 

Lang, J. M., Sash, Blind, and Door Manufacturer, 151 Railroad Avenue. 
St. John's, 1. 

Lawson, W. W., Boots and Shoes, 206 Broad St. Newark, 7. 

Lindsley, F., Harness, 206 Market St. W. M., Oriental, 51. 

Marsh, Lewis H,, Wine and Liquor Dealer, 372 Broad St. Oriental, 51. 

Mead, Benj. F., Merchant, 20 Bast Kinney St. Kane, U. D. 

Mead, Wm., Dentist, 111 Broad St. W. M., Northern, 25; K., Harmony 
chap., 9 ; Master, Kane coun. 

Mills, John, Hats, Caps, and Furs, 202 Broad St. Oriental, 51. 

Moore, Geo. B., Manufacturer, 32 Cottage St. St. John's, 1. 

Miiller, Bmil, Shoemaker, 4 Green St. Diogenes, 22. 

Passmore, Wm., Manufacturer of Marble Monuments and Mantels, 146 
Market St. Newark, 7. 

Randell, Geo. D., Manufacturer of Patent Self- Rocking Cradles, cor. Hamil- 
ton and Bruen St. Oriental, 51. 

Randall, Wm. N, Furniture Store, 245 Broad St. Newark, 7. 

Ross, John J., Clothing, 30 Elm St. St. John's, 1. 

Rutan, Jr., W. D., Clerk Post-office,i41 Plane St. S. D., Kane, U. D. 

Sayre, T. F., Grocer, 412 Broad St. Oriental, 51. 

Shipley, Amos, Silver-plater, 38 Franklin St. Newark, 7 ; Union chap., 7. 

Sinclair, Thos., Machinist, 15 Orange St. Northern, 25. 

Smith, E. M., Builder, 81 West Kenny St. Captain Host, Union chap., 7 ; 
Kane coun. 

Smith, Geo. N, Hardware, 81 Broad St. Northern, 25. 

Smith, Jas. M., Butcher, 105 Plane St. Newark, 7. 

Snyder, Jno. A., Livery Stables, 113 Washington St. J. D., Newark, 7 ; 
S., Union chap., 7. 

Sproston, John, Accountant, 12 New St. S. W., Kane, U. D. 

Steeple, John E., 172 Walnut St. Newark, 7 ; Union chap., 7. 

Terhune, D. J., Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, 142 Market St. Newark, 7. 

Terhune, Jas. J., Shoe Manufacturer, 143 Market St. P. M., Oriental, 51 ; 
Union chap., 7 ; Kane coun. 

Thurston, Chas. B., Dentist, 306 Plane St. Treasurer, Eureka, 39 ; Union 
''chap., 7 ; Kane coun. 

Tobin, John, 90 Orchard St. Oriental, 51 ; Union chap., 7. 

Triuder, William, Druggist, 149 Plane St. Newark, 7. 

Tronson, Luke F., Master Machinist, Morris and Essex Railroad, 66 State St. 
Northern, 25 ; M. of 2d V., Harmony chap., 9; Kane coun. 

Vallentine, Oscar J., Manufacturing Jeweler, 63 Columbia St. P. M., New- 
ark, 7; Union chap.,'7. 



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Van Gieson, Eugene T., Machinist, 15 Arch St. Northern, 25. 

Tan Gieson, W. H., Machinist, 47 Clinton St. Northern, 25. 

Volk, Francis, Hatter, 159 Market St. Eureka, 39. 

Ward, Henry A., Accountant, 13 South Orange Avenue. Secy., Kane, U. D. 

Wheeler, C. W., Merchant, 273 Broad St. Kane, U. D. 

Whitehead, A. B., Druggist, 11 Beach St. Kane, U. D. ; Union chap., 7 ; 
Kane coun. 

Wilcox, Augustus L., Salesman, 451 Washington St. W. M., St. John's, 1. 

Wilde, Richard W., Accountant, 34 Liberty St. Treas., Kane, U. D. ; Union 
chap., 7 ; Kane coun. 

Winans, William H., Book and Job Printer, 297 Broad St. Newark, 7. 

Winters, Robert C, Collar Manufacturer, 5 North Lawrence St. J. W., 
Eureka, 39. 

Wackermann, Michael, Tinsmith, Stoves, etc., 88 Market St. Eureka, 39. 

Woodhull, William M., 273 Washington St. Kane, U. D. 

Woodruff, A. G-., Hatter, 2 Beach St. Newark, 7. 

Zeh, Charles M., M.D., 113 Orange St. P. M., Northern, 25 ; M. E. H. P., 
Harmony chap., 9 ; 111. M., Kane coun. 

Zimmerman, Philip, Bookseller, 26 Beacon St. J. D., Diogenes, 22. 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Butler, George, Sash, Door, and Blind Manufacturer, John St. Union, 19. 
Janeway, Henry L., Paper Manufacturer. Union, 19. 

Martin, George W., Grocery, cor. Hiram and Neilson Sts. Secty., Union, 
19 ; Sec, Scott chap., 4. 

HEW HAMPTON. 
Rickard, Isaac, Engineer. Richmond, 230, Pa.; Columbia, M. L., 91, Phila. 

ORANGE. 

Baldwin, J. P., Postmaster, Canfleld St. Union, 11 ; Union chap., 7 ; Kane 
coun. 
Brittan, Andrew, 80 Main St. W. M., Corinthian, U. D. 
Dodd, R. W., Flour and Feed, 20 Main St. Union, 11 . 
Ingalsbee, H., Merchant, 3 Library Buildings. W. M., Union, 11. 
Larsoneur, F., Book-keeper, High St. Union, 11. 
Lindsley, J. B., Butcher, Masonic Hall. Union 11. 

PATERSON. 

Daggers, John R. Oglethorp, 47 ; Darley chap., 7 ; Hope coun., 4, all of 
Columbus, Ga. ; St. Omer com., 2, Macon, Ga. ; M. E. H. P., Cataract City 
chap., U. D. 

Derrom, A., Builder, Proprietor of the Derrom Steam Carpentry, 32 West St. 
Paterson Orange, 43. 

Gibson, James T., residence, 107 Mill Street. Treas., Benevolent, 45. 

Hays, Robert, Copper-smith, 298 Straight St. Joppa, 29 ; K, Cataract City 
chap., U. D. 



NEW JERSEY. 211 

Irish, H. C, Printer and Publisher, cor. Broadway and Main. S. W., 
Paterson Orange, 43. 

Mitchell, John, Overseer Rogers' Locomotive and Machine Works, residence, 
105 Jersey Street. Paterson Orange, 43. 

Ramage, John, Paper-maker, 158 Grand St. Benevolent, 45 ; M. of 3d V., 
Cataract City chap., U. D. 

Smith, Samuel, Locomotive Builder, 81 Ellison St. J. W., Joppa, 29 ; Treas., 
Cataract City chap., U. D. ; Morten com., 4, New York. 

FHILLIPSBUBG. 

Cooper, Henry C, Physician. Eastern Star, 227, New York. 
Freeman, Samuel, Teacher. J. W., Delaware, 52 ; Easton chap., 173, Pa. ; 
Phila. coun., 11, Pa. ; St. John's com., 4, Pa. 
Ross, Lewis L., Teacher. Delaware, 52. 

KAHWAY. 

Chapin, John R., Artist. P. M., Franklin, 10 ; Deputy Grand Secretary of 
Grand Lodge ; P. M., St. John's, 1. 

BINGOES. 

Denson, Charles, Merchant. Darcy, 37. 

Pittinger, Jacob S. C, Wheelwright. W. M., Darcy, 37. 

Servis, Joseph, Parmer. Darcy, 37. 

Sutphin, John J., Farmer, near Ringoes. Darcy, 37. 

SALEM. 
Bates, Joshua. W. M., Excelsior, 54 ; Chap., 2. 

SOUTH AMBOr. 

Capner, Joseph, Conductor, C. and A. R. R. Hightstown, 41 ; Chap., 5 ; St. 
Bernard's com., 2. 
Clark, Charles S., Merchant. Union, 19. 

Dayton, Richard B., Engineer, C. and A. R. R. Mount Moriah, 28. 
Ent, Asher, Engineer. Hightstown, 41. 
Stewart, James, Engineer, 0. and A. R. R. Hightstown, 41. 
Stewart, Robert, Telegraph Operator. Hightstown, 41. 

TITTJSVILLE. 
Burroughs, Benjamin, Hotel-keeper. Amwell, 12. 

TBENTON. 

Bechtel, Charles, Printer, Franklin Job Office, cor. State and Greene Sts. 
M. C, Trenton, 5 ; Three Times Three chap., 5 ; Conductor, Gebal coun., 3. 

Cane, Gustavus, Shaving and Hair-cutting Saloon, No. 7 East State St. Tren- 
ton, 5. 

Clapp, Wm. R., Gentleman. S. W., Mercer, 50-; Treas., Chap., 5; P. C. of 
W. Gebal coun., 3; Helena com., 3; Hon. member Hiram, 1. 



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Cogill, George M., Dealer in Imported and Domestic Cigars, Chewing and 
Smoking Tobacco, and Agent for Masonic Publications, No. 64 Warren St. 
Trenton, 5. 

Cogill, J. H., Dealer in Hardware and Cutlery, corner State and Greene Sts. 
Trenton, 5. 

Corson, Thos. J., M.D., 22 Perry St. P. M., Trenton, 5 ; P. H. P. of Three 
Times Three chap., 5 ; J. G. Warden of Grand Lodge ; M. B. G. H. P. of Grand 
Chapter ; T. I. G. M., Gebal conn., 3 ; Helena com., 3. 

Dolton, William, Wholesale Grocer and Commission Merchant, Nos. 97 and 
99 Warren St. J. D., Mercer, 50 ; Three Times Three chap., 5. 

Holmes, William, Brass Pounder, 56 Center St. Trenton, 5. 

Hough, Joseph H., Deputy Clerk of Court of Chancery, 76 West State St. 
Grand Secretary of Grand Lodge of New Jersey ; P. M., Mercer, 50 ; Hiram 
chap., 1 ; D. I. G. M., Gebal coun., 3 ; Hugh De Payen's com., 1, Jersey City. 

Johnston, John B., Clerk Court of Chancery. Trenton, 5. 

Leigh, Wm. P., Printer, True American Office. Sec, Mercer, 50. 

McChesny, Chas. H, Merchant Tailor, and Agent for Pinkie & Lyons's Sew- 
ing Machines, 9 East State St. Mercer, 50. 

Nicholson, William T., Bookbinder and Blank Book Manufacturer, 22 Bast 
State St. Mercer, 50. 

Raum, John O.. Book-keeper and Accountant, 85 Broad St. Secty., Trenton, 
5 ; Secty., Chap., 5 ; Recorder, Gebal coun., 3. 

VIBTCENTOWlir. 
Irick, Wm. H, Parmer. W. M., Central, 44 ; Chap., 3. 

WABREN' CO. 
Thomas, Alfred, Miller. Warren, 13. 



The Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, in January, 1780, nominated General 
George Washington as General Grand Master of Masons. A silver medal was 
struck off in commemoration of the nomination. 

B. B. Prench, Past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of the District of 
Columbia, presented to B. B. Prench Lodge, No. 15, on the 3d of January, 5859, 
a gavel, made by himself. The wood of the gavel is of hickory from Mount 
Vernon, and the handle of wood cut by himself from Ashland, thus uniting in 
that way the names of two men dear to every American patriot, and very dear 
to the Masonic fraternity, Washington and Clay. 

" In the spring of 1658, Mordecai Carapaunall, Moses Peckeckoe, Levi and 
others, in all fifteen families, arrived at Newport from Holland. They brought 
with them the first three degrees of Masonry, and worked them in the house of 
Campaunall, and continued to do so, they and their successors, to the year 1742." 
(Peterson's History of Rhode Island, taken from documents now in possession 
of N. H. Gould, Esq.) 



NEW YORK. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The first Masonic authority in the State of New York, of which we have 
any account, was vested in George Harrison, who, by a commission bearing 
date the "Ninth day of June, 1753, under the hand and seal of John Proby, 
Baron of Carysfort, the then Grand Master of England," appointing the said 
George Harrison Grand Master over the then Province of New York. 

Brother Harrison established by warrant a number of Lodges in this State 
and elsewhere. Among the Lodges established by him may be mentioned : St. 
John's Lodge, No. 1, at New York, organized December 7th, 1757 ; Independ- 
ent Boyal Arch Lodge, No. 2, also at New York, December 15th, 1760 ; Union, 
(now Mount Vernon,) No. 3, at Albany, February 21st, 1765 ; St. Patrick's, 
No. 4, at Johnstown, August 23d, 1766; Solomon's, No. 6, Poughkeepsie, 
April 18th, 1771. He also established a Lodge at Detroit, April 7th, 1764, and 
one at Norwalk, Connecticut, May 22d, 1765. 

Sir William Johnson was appointed Provincial Grand Master of the "North- 
ern District" of New York, in the year 1766 or 1767. He organized two or 
three Lodges during the time he held that office. 

On the 5th of September, 1781, a Provincial Grand Warrant was issued, by 
the Duke of Athol, the then Grand Master of the "Ancient Grand Lodge of 
England," to Bev. William Walter, as Provincial Grand Master, John Stud- 
holme Brownrigg, Esq., as Senior Grand Warden, and Bev. John Beardsley, as 
Junior Grand Warden, authorizing said Brethren to open and hold a Provincial 
Grand Lodge in the Province of New York. 

The first meeting of this Provincial Grand Lodge was held in the City of 
New York, on the 5th of December, 1782, at which first meeting nine Lodges 
were represented. Six of the nine Lodges were " Begimental Lodges," connected 
with the British army, then occupying the City of New York. 

At the evacuation of the City of New York by the British army, in Novem- 
ber, 1783, the Begimental Lodges left the country, as also the Grand Master 
and other Grand Officers. New Grand Officers were elected, and soon that 
body threw off its provincial character, and became an independent Grand 
Lodge. 

At first the Grand Lodge held monthly meetings, then quarterly meetings up 
to the year 1854, since which time only annual meetings are held. 

The Grand Lodge of New York has always been the largest in the United 

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States. It has now (December, 5860) 455 warranted Lodges under its jurisdic- 
tion, and 10 under dispensation. , 

The Annual Communications of the Grand Lodge are held in the City of New 
York, commencing on the first Tuesday in June. The Grand Lodge is com- 
posed of the Grand Officers, the Masters and Wardens of its constituent 
Lodges, and Past Grand Officers and Past Masters who were such on the 31st 
of December, 5849. 

The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the following sources : — 

For Dispensations for new Lodges $40 00 

For Charters, in addition 10 00 

For Dispensations for the three degrees at one time . . 10 00 
For Dispensations for degrees in less than the regular time 5 00 

For Grand Lodge Diplomas 2 00 

For Grand Lodge traveling certificate . *" . . . 50 

For every Initiation 50 

For every E. A. or F. C. from without the jurisdiction . 1 00 

For each Member 50 

For adjoining fee of Master Masons .... 50 

For registry fee of every adjoining Member or B. A. made 25 

The returns of 412 Lodges, on the 1st of June, 5859, reported 4910 Initia- 
tions, 553 Affiliations, 861 Dimissions, 30 Expulsions, 33 Suspensions, 1123 
Stricken from the Poll, 144 Restored, 260 Died. The number of Masons in good 
standing on the 1st of June, 5859, was 26,977. Amount of receipts from Dues, 
$15,626 38; Dispensations and Warrants to new Lodges, $1220 ; Dispensations 
to confer Degrees, $425 ; Grand Lodge Certificates and Diplomas, $688 50. 
Total, $17,959 88. 

The officers of the Grand Lodge for the present year are, viz. : — 

John W. Simons, M. W. Grand Master. 
Finlay M. King, P. W. Deputy Grand Master. 
Clinton F. Paige, R. W. Senior Grand Warden. 
Stephen H. Johnson, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 
Charles L. Church, R. W. Grand Treasurer. 
James M. Austin, M.D., R. W. Grand Secretary. 
George E. Simons, Assistant Grand Secretary. 
Rev. Salem Town, LL.D., R. W. Grand Chaplain. 
Gustavus A. Scroggs, R. W. Grand Marshal. 
Robert G. Cornell, R. W. Grand Standard Bearer. 
Frank M. Hopkins, M.D., R. W. Grand Sword Bearer. 
James T. Couenhoven, ■. 
Amos H. Prescott, 

Darius Clark, \ B. W. Grand Stewards. 

Charles D. Brown, J 

Henrt W. Turner, R. W. Senior Grand Deacon. 
George W. Ray, R. W. Junior Grand Deacon. 
Oren Brown, W. Grand Pursuivant. 
Sewall Fisk, W. Grand Tyler. 



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SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



Name. 



Time op Meeting. 



1 St. John's, New York City. 

2 Ind. Royal Arch, New York City. 

3 Mount Vernon, Albany. 



4 St. Patrick's, 

5 Masters, 

6 St. George's, 

7 Hudson, 

8 Holland, 

9 Unity, 

10 Kingston, 

11 Antiquity, 

12 Trinity, 

13 Apollo, 

14 Temple, 

15 Western Star, 



Johnstown. 

Albany. 

Schenectady. 

Hudson. 

New York City. 

New Lebanon. 

Kingston. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

Troy. 

Albany. 

Bridgewater. 



16 Prince of Orange, New York City. 

17 L'UnionFranfaiseNew York City. 



19 Fortitude, 

20 Abrams, 

21 Washington, 

22 St. John's, 

23 Adelphi, 

26 Albion, 

27 Mt. Moriah, 

28 Benevolent, 

29 Champion, 

30 Godfrey, 

31 Mechanic, 

32 Warren, 

33 Ark, 

35 Howard, 

38 Columbia, 

39 Olive Branch, 

40 Olive Branch, 

41 Sylvan, 

44 Evening Star, 

45 Union, 

47 Utica, 

48 Ark, 

49 Watertown, 

50 Concord, 

51 Fidelity, 

53 Brownville, 

54 German Union, 

55 Granville, 

56 Hohenlinden, 



Brooklyn. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

Greenfield. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

Champion. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

Pine Plains. 

Geneva. 

New York City. 

Tuthill. 

Le Roy. 

Frankfort. 

Moravia. 

Hornellsville. 

Lima. 

Utica. 

Coxsackie. 

Watertown, 

New York City. 

Ithica. 

Brownville. 

New York City. 

N. Granville. 

Brooklyn. 



2d & 4th Thursdays. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Every Thursday. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
2d & 4th Thursdays. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Every Tuesday. 
2d & 4th Thursdays. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Every Tuesday. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
2d & 4th Thursdays. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Every Thursday. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
2d & 4th Weds. 
Monday of f. m. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 

Tues on or b. f. m. 
Alternate Weds. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
Alternate Weds. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
Every Tuesday. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
2d & last Mondays. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Tuesday b f. m. 
2d & 4th Thursdays. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
Every Wednesday. 



John C. Walker. 
E. P. Breed. 
Thos. J. Van Alslyne. 
Saml. Hopgood. 
Frank Chamberlin. 
John N. Banker. 
Cornelius Esselstyn. 
John J. Crane. 
Joseph K. Royce. 
Warren Chipp. 
Vincent W. Bale. 
Adam Weber. 
Charles Teson. 
Jackson H. Chase. 
Wm. Greenman. 
Joseph D. Evans. 
Constant Claude. 
James P. Carey. 
Leopold Ansbacher. 
Joseph Richardson. 
John S. Weed. 
Solomon W. Asheim. 
John P. Beaumont. 
Wm. Black. 
Thos. C. Duxbury. 
Alfred Harris. 
Wm. A. Godfrey. 
Nehemiah Peck. 
J. W. Snyder. 
Saml. A. Anthony. 
Chas. S. Westoott. 
Abm. D. Bevier. 
John R. Anderson. 
Judson Joslin. 
Wm. C. Cramer. 
Miles W. Hawley. 
Wm. Harman. 
Wm. C. Scranton. 
John G. Bedell. 
Stephen L. Potter. 
Albert P. Moriarty. 
Hiram W. Bishop. 
Alanson Skinner. 
Danl. Lamm. 
Chas. K. Mann. 
Bradley Parker. 



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Lodge. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



58 Phoenix, 

62 Manhattan, 

63 Morton, 

64 La Fayette, 

65 Morning Star, 

66 Richmond, 

67 Mariners, 

68 Montgomery, 

69 Naval, 

70 John Hancock, 
73 Lockport, 

79 Hamilton, 

82 Phoebus, 

83 Newark, 

84 Artisan, 

85 Washington, 

86 Pythagoras, 



Lansingburg. 

New York City. 

Hempstead. 

New York City. 

Canisteo. 

Port Richmond. 

New York. 

New York. 

New York. 

New York. 

Lockport. 

Canajoharie. 

N. Berlin & Morris. 

Newark. 

Amsterdam. 

Albany. 

New York. 



87 Schodac Union, Schodac Centre. 

90 Franklin, Ballston Spa. 

91 King Sol's Prim, Troy. 

94 StrictObservance,New York. 



95 Union, 

96 Phoenix, 

97 Renovation, 

98 Columbia, 

103 Rising Sun, 

104 Lewis, 

105 Hiram, 

106 Manitou, 

107 North Star, 

108 Milo, 

109 Valley, 

110 Scipio, 

111 St. Lawrence, 

112 Steuben, 

113 Seneca, 

114 Union, 

115 Phoenix, 

116 Cohoes, 

117 Painted Post, 

118 Addison Union, 

119 Oasis, 

120 Hamilton, 

121 Glenn's Falls, 

122 Mount Morris, 

123 Dundee, 

124 St. Paul's, 

125 Friendship, 



Elmira. 

Whitehall. 

Albion. 

Chatham 4 Corners. 

Saratoga Springs. 

Howard. 

Buffalo. 

New York. 

Moira. 

Penn Yan. 

Rochester. 

Aurora. 

Canton. 

Bath. 

Waterloo. 

Ovid. 

Dansville. 

Cohoes. 

Corning. 

Addison. 

Prattsville. 

Hamilton. 

Glenn's Falls. 

Mount Morris. 

Dundee. 

Auburn. 

Hillsdale Copake. 



1st & 3d Thursdays, 
1st & 3d Fridays. 

1st & 3d Mondays. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
2d & 4th Thursdays 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Monday b. f. m. 

2d & 4th Thursdays. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
2d & 4th Weds. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 

Tues. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Every Monday. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Every Friday. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Monday evening. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 

Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Monday b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Every Friday. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
1st & 3d Mondays 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Friday b. f. m. 



. Saml. King. 

Philip Botzong. 
. John Charlie. 
Robert G. Cornell. 
Joshua C. Stephens. 
Edward Steers. 
Sewall Fisk. 
Thos. Kivlen. 
Jas. T. Couenhoven. 
E. M. Evans. 
James D. Higgins. 
Chas. H. Morse. 
Cyrel W. Beardsley. 
Clark Mason. 
Geo. C. Bell. 
Henry W. Scovel. 
Chris. Wittee. 
L. R. Schermerhorn. 
Harvey N. Hill. 
Geo. B. Smith. 
Isaiah Rynders. 
Wm. M. Gregg. 
J. A. Watkins. 
Geo. Mather. 
John Cadman. 
Geo. S. Taber. 
C. Forrester. 
James H. Barton. 
Oscar Coles. 
Rufus W. Bowen. 
James Burns. 
Roswell H. Smith. 
John F. Ely. 
B. D. Bragdon. 
Edwin R. Kasson. 
S. R. Welles. 
J. F. Harris. 
Henry Hartman. 
Wm. Lackie. 
Chas. M. Gamman. 
Simon McCullough. 
James B. Gregory. 
Geo. F. Burn. 
Joseph Darby. 
Chas. L. Bingham. 
E. W. Rogers. 
Thomas Y. How. 
William M. Elton. 



NEW YORK. 



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Time op Meeting. 



126 Eastern Light, Greene. 

127 Oswego, Oswego. 

128 Ogdensburg, Ogdensburg. 

129 Sanger, Waterville. 

130 Port Byron, Port Byron. 

131 Myrtle, Havana. 

132 NiagaraFrontier,Niagara Falls. 

133 Naples, Naples. 

134 Lowville, Lowville. 

136 Mexico, Mexico. 

137 Anglo-Saxon, Brooklyn. 

138 Otsego, Cooperstown. 

139 Milnor, Victor. 

140 Clinton, Waterford. 

141 Cato, Cato. 

142 Morning Sun, Port Henry. 

143 Concordia, Buffalo. 

144 Hiram, Fulton. 

145 Mount Moriah, Jamestown. 

146 Western Union, Belfast. 

147 Warren, Union Springs. 

148 Sullivan, Chittenango. 

149 Au Sable River, Keeseville. 

150 Sauquoit, Sauquoit. 

151 Sentinel, Greenwood. 

152 Hanover, Forestville. 

153 Friendship, Owego. 

154 Penfield Union, Penfield. 

155 Clinton, Plattsburg. 

156 Ocean, New York City. 

157 Trumansburg, Trumansburg. 

158 Carthage, Carthage. 

159 Pultneyville, Pultneyville. 

160 Seneca River, Baldwinsville. 

161 Erie, Buffalo. 

162 Richfield. Schuyler's Lake. 

163 Yonnondio, Rochester. 

164 Philanthropic, Camden. 

165 Boonville, Boonville. 

166 Forest, Fredonia. 

167 Susquehanna, Bainbridge. 

168 Montour, Painted Post. 

169 Clinton, Clinton. 

170 Mount Horeb, Borodino. 

171 Stone Mills, Stone Mills. 

172 Chaumont, Chaumont. 

173 Monroe, Brockport. 

174 Theresa, Theresa. 

175 ChenangoValley,Oxford. 



Thursday b. f. m. Robert P. Barnard. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. J. H. Warn. 
Monday b. f. m. Charles S. Burt. 

E. A. Munger. 

1st & 3d Weds. James J. Owen. 

John E. Mulford. 

1st & 3d Weds. Samuel L. White. 

Alternate Fridays. Zenas B. Wright. 
Tuesday b. f. m. Amos K. Heddon. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. S. A. Fuller. 
Every Thursday. James E. Jenkins. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. Delos L. Birge. 
Alternate Thursdays.Lindley W. Smith. 
2d & 4th Mondays. D.M.Vanhbevenburgh. 

James M. Allen. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. J. C. Douglas. 
Every Thursday. Jos. L. Haberstro. 
1st & 3d Mondays. A. T. Loomis. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. Jos. S. Mathews. 

R. G. Young. 

Saturday b. f. m. Thos. J. Mercereau. 
Thursday b. f. m. Daniel Gates. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. Frank M. Hopkins. 
1st & 3d Mondays. Isaac T. Doolittle. 
1st & 3d Weds. Ed. E. Stewart. 

Wed. on or b. f. m. Albert W. Hull. 
2d & 4th Mondays. Charles W. Warren. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. H. N. Curtice. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. Samuel P. Bailey. 
2d & 4th Mondays. Samuel T. Scarlett. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. Abm. C. Updike. 
Thursday b. f. m. N. D. Ferguson. 
Th. on or b. f. m. Harvey Auchampach. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. John H. Morgan. 
Every Thursday. Wm. Gould. 

Geo. W. Atkinson. 

William W. Bruff. 

Wed. on or b. f. m. Fred. M. Field. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. Oscar L. Wetmore. 
Monday b. f. m. Frank Burrett. 
Wed. on or bef. f. m. Joseph Kirby. 
Monday aft. f. m. J. O. Raymond. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. H. M. Burchard. 
Tuesday bef. f. m. H. L. Darling. 
Monday before f. m. A. Sternberg. 
Monday before f. m. Joshua Main. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. Saml. M. Olden. 
Wednesday b. f. m. J. D. Moak. 
Monday before f. m. Wm. G. Sands. 



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Time of Meeting. 



176 Montezuma, 

177 Binghamton, 

178 Atlantic, 

179 German Pilgrim 

180 Westchester, 

181 Little Falls, 

182 Germania, 

183 Farmerville, 

184 Turin, 

185 Independent, 

187 Darcy, 

188 Marsh, 

189 Cortlandt, 

190 Munn, 

191 Lebanon, 

193 Ulster, 

194 Piatt, 

195 Excelsior, 

196 Solomon's, 

197 York, 

198 Silentia, 

199 Harmony, 

200 Sincerity, 

201 Joppa, 

202 Zschokke, 

203 Templar, 

204 Palestine, 

205 Hyatt, 

206 Empire City, 

207 United States, 

208 Cyrus, 

209 National, 

210 Worth, 

211 Pocahontas, 

213 Racket River, 

214 Geneseo, 

215 Military, 

216 Franklin, 

217 Gouverneur, 

218 Hartland, 

219 Summit, 
221 Cayuga, 

223 Roman, 

224 Oriental, 

225 Alleghany, 

226 Antwerp, 

227 Eastern Star, 

228 Enterprise, 

229 Pike, 



Montezuma. 
Binghamton. 
New York. 
,New York. 
Sing-Sing. 
Little Falls. 
New York. 
Farmerville. 
Turin. 
New York. 
New York. 
Williamsburg. 
Peekskill. 
New York. 
New York. 
Saugerties. 
New York. 
New York. 
Tarrytown. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
Phelps. 
Brooklyn. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
Williamsburg. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
Seneca Falls. 
Potsdam. 
Geneseo. 
Manlius. 
Westville. 
Gouverneur. 
Hartland. 
Westfield. 
Scipio Centre. 
Rome. 
Utica. 
Friendship. 
Antwerp. 
New York. 
New York. 
Hume. 



1st & 3d Thursdays 
Every Wednesday. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
2d & last Thusdays. 
2d & 4th Weds. 
Wed. on or bef. f. m 
Saturday b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Every Thursday. 
Every Thursday. 
Every Thursday. 
Every Monday. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
Alternate Weds. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Every Thursday. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Every Friday. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
Tues. on orb. f. m. 
Every Wednesday. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 

Every Thursday. 
Every Tuesday. 
Every Friday. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Every Monday. 
2d & 4th Weds. 
Every Tuesday. 
First Tuesday. 
1st Thursday. 
Th. on or bef. f. m. 
Monday before f. m. 
Mon. on or bef. f. m. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Mon. on or bef. f. m. 
Alternate Mondays. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
Fri. on or bef. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Every Wednesday. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 



Wm. Bell, Jr. 
Austin W. Tyler. 
Z. Dederick. 
Aug. Freutel. 
Saml. C. Nichols. 
Micaiah Benedict. 
Wm. Burkhardt. 
. Chas. Kelly. 
Cyrus S. Hill. 
Robt. L. Patterson. 
R. G. Richards. 
F. T. Clark. 
James W. Husted. 
Chas. H. Yallalee. 
Saml. Evens, Jr. 
Wm. Hanna. 
Geo. Braker. 
Geo. R. Nichol. 
James W. Scribner. 
Theo. Miner. 
Benj. T. Rhodes. 
Aug. Beuermann. 
Cal. H. Carpenter. 
Mordecai A. Briggs. 
Philip Merkle. 
James Anderson. 
Wm. Prankard. 
H. W. Marsh. 
Wm. G. Ames. 
Wm. H. Thompson. 
H. B. C. Milliken. 
James H. Lane. 
Edward Taylor. 
A. J. Goffe. 
Wm. H. Wallace. 
Nelson B. Warford. 
I. Remington. 
Sewall Gleason. 
C. A. Parker. 
Wilson Hoag. 
E. A. Denison. 
Seleh Cornwell. 
R. E. Smiley. 
David P. White. 
J. B. Harrison. 
H. H. Miller. 
German Cotton, p. t. 
A. J. McGinnis. 
Jonathan Nye. 





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YORK. 


279 


No. Lodge, 


Location. 


Time of Meeting. 


Master. 


230 Scio, 


Wellsville. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 


C. L. Farnum. 


232 Navigator, 


New York. 


1st & 3d Thursdays, 


, Geo. Sohindler. 


233 Pacific, 


New York. 


Every Thursday. 


Henry C. Banks. 


234 Rising Sun, 


Adams. 


Monday before f. m 


. S. D. Hungerford. 


235 Keystone, 


New York. 


Every Tuesday. 


Edmund B. Hays. 


236 Phillipstown, 


Cold Spring. 


Every Thursday. 


Peter B. Lawson. 


237. Champlain, 


Champlain. 


1st Wednesday. 


D. S. Holcomb. 


238 Orient, 


Copenhagen. 


Monday after f. m. 


G. A. Scovell. 


339 Cattaraugus, 


Little Valley. 


3d Wednesday. 


John Manley. 


240 Washington, 


Buffalo. 


Every Thursday. 


M. Pinner. 


241 Oscar Coles, 


New York. 


2d & 4th Mondays. 


James H. Bunting. 


243 Eureka, 


New York. 


1st & 3d Mondays. 


John Carleton. 


244 Hope, 


New York. 


Every Tuesday. 


J. J. Gorman. 


245 Polar Star, 


New York. 


Every Wednesday. 


Cor. Haggerty. 


246 Arcana, 


New York. 


1st & 3d Mondays. 


J. C. B. Yuille. 


247 Tonawanda, 


Tonawanda. 


1st & 3d Thursdays, 


Franklin Warren. 


248 Palmyra, 


Palmyra. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


Wm. B. Crandell. 


249 Charter Oat, 


New York. 


Every Wednesday. 


Geo. Young. 


250 John D. Willard.New York. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 


G. T. Dollinger. 


251 Cameron, 


Cameron. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


John Toles. 


252 Olean, 


Olean. 


Thurs. on or b. f. m. 


Nathan P. Wilcox. 


253 Old Oak, 


Millport. 


Thurs. on or b. f. m 


. Edwin W. Howell. 


254 Walworth, 


Walworth. 


Sat. on or bef. f. m. 


Ammi C. Smith. 


255 Living Stone, 


C olden. 


Thurs. on or b. f. m 


. Ridley Cole. 


256 Fort Brewerton, Cicero. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


Wm. Caldwell, Jr. 


257 Mount Neboh, 


New York. 


1st & 3d Weds. 


Elezur W. Frank. 


258 Macedonia, 


Bolivar. 


Wednesday b. f. m. 


James M. Curtis. 


259 Sisco, 


Whallonsburgh . 


Wed. on or bef. f. m 


. John Burt, Jr. 


260 Mount Hope, 


Fort Ann. 


2d & 4th Thursdays 


. P. H. Lamb. 


261 Evans, 


Evans. 


Alternate Thursdays 


s.Levi Aldrich. 


262 Phoenix, 


Gowanda. 


Monday before f. m 


. Henry S. Stebbins. 


263 Mount Vernon, 


North Java. 


Tuesday b. f. m. 


Wm. W. Blakely. 


264 Baron Steuben, 


, Stokes. 


Thursday b. f. m. 


Lyman Sexton. 


265 Speedsville, 

266 Poughkeepsie, 


Caroline. 




Josiah Lawrence. 


Poughkeepsie. 


Every Monday. 


John Hamlin. 


267 Fort Edward, 


Fort Edward. 


1st & 3d Thursdays, 


, Caleb Wells. 


268 Hermann, 


New York. 


1st & 3d Weds. 


John D. Meyer. 


270 Oneida, 


Oneida Depot. 


1st & 3d Thursdays. 


Alonzo E. Cherry. 


271 Chan. Walworth, New York. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 


Geo. E. Towne. 


272 Mystic Tie, 


New York. 


1st, 3d & 5th Tues. 


Malcolm Campbell. 


273 Metropolitan, 


New York. 


2d & 4th Thursdays 


. Danl. Godwin. 


274 Arcturus, 


New York. 


1st & 3d Fridays. 


N. P. Fitzpatrick. 


275 Sylvan Grove, 


. New York. 


2d & 4th Tuesdays. 


Joseph G. Hill. 


276 Mohawk Valley, Mohawk. 


Every Friday. 


Amos H. Presoott. 


277 Henry Clay, 


New York. 


Every Wednesday. 


William Harrigan. 


278 Marion, 


West Farms. 


Every Monday. 


John Cornell. 


279 King Solomon, 


New York. 


1st & 3d Weds. 


Henry Schweich. 


280 Doric, 


New York. 


Every Thursday. 


James Smiley. 


281 Peru, 


Peru. 


Wednesday b. f. m. 


O. W. Smith. 



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Location. 


Time of Meeting. 


Master. 


282 Otego Union, 


Otego. 


Friday b. f. m. 


Wm. E. Arnold. 


283 Beacon, 


Matteawan. 


Every Tuesday. 


James E. Shurler. 


285 G. Washington, New York. 


Every Friday. 


Geo. C. A. Baker. 


286 Montauk, 


Brooklyn. 


Every Wednesday 


Wm. J. Scott. 


287 Continental, 


New York. 


2d & 4th Tuesdays 


. Wm. C. Bennett. 


288 Brooklyn, 


Brooklyn. 


Every Friday. 


W. S. Whitney. 


289 St. Andrew's, 


Hobart. 


Mon. on or b. f. m 


. Bradley Lyon. 


290 Spencer, 


Spencer. 


Tues. on or b. f. n 


t. Isaac S. Stanclift. 


291 N. Constellation, Malone. 


Thursday b. f. m. 


Henry S. Brewster. 


292 Parish, 


Black Rock. 


Every Thursday. 


H. P. Clinton. 


293 Cape Vincent, 


Cape Vincent. 


Monday b. f. m. 


Alfred J. Smith. 


294 Canandaigua, 


Canandaigua. 


1st & 3d Mondays. 


James McFeggon. 


295 Cataract, 


Reynales Basin. 


Wed. on or b. f. m 


Wm. G. Richardson. 


296 Clayton, 


Clayton. 


Tuesday b. f. m. 


Luther Eddy. 


297 Alexandria, 


Alexandria. 


Tuesday b. f. m. 


Danl. Roof. 


298 Fish House, 


Fish House. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


Geo. Vanslyke. 


299 Keshequa, 


Nunda. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


James Lemon. 


300 Garoga, 


Rockwood. 


1st & 3d Weds. 


G. C. Lee. 


301 Irondequoit, 


Dunkirk. 


Fri. before f. m. 


S. M. Doyle. 


302 Norwich, 


Norwich. 


Tuesday b. f. m. 


Wm. A. Smith. 


303 Sylvan, 


Sinclearville. 


Monday b. f. m. 


W. W. Henderson. 


304 Schiller, 


Williamsburg. 


Every Thursday. 


Ed. Roehr. 


305 Central City, 


Syracuse. 


Every Tuesday. 


Clinton F. Paige. 


306 Cuba, 


Cuba. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


James L. Aoomb. 


307 Ellicottville, 


Ellicottville. 


Friday b. f. m. 


Wm. A. Meloy. 


308 Seneca Lake, 


West Dresden. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


Geo. N. Brundage. 


309 Newburg, 


Newburg. 


Every Friday. 


Hugh McCutcheon. 


310 Lexington, 


Brooklyn. 


Every Monday. 


H. W. Earn. 


311 Mount Zion, 


Troy. 


Every Monday. 


John S. Perry. 


312 Grass River, 


Madrid. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


Hugh Smith. 


313 Stony Point, 


Haverstraw 


Every Wednesday. 


Geo. S. Oldfield. 


314 Burns, 


Burns. 


1st & 3d Weds. 




315 Wawayanda, 


Piermont. 


Every Friday. 


S. N. Wilkins. 


316 Atlas, 


New York. 


Every Thursday. 


A. Proudfoot. 


317 Neptune, 


New York. 


Every Friday. 


G. E. Mendum. 


318 Joseph Enos, 


Rushford. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


Chas.W.Woodworth. 


319 Black Lake, 


Edwardsville. 




Levi G. Miller. 


320 Union Star, 


Honeoye Falls. 


1st & 3d Monday. 


C. C. Davison. 


321 St. Nicholas, 


New York. 


2d & 4th Mondays. 


Wm. Adams. 


322 Star Bethlehem 


, Brooklyn. 


Every Friday. 


Arthur Boyce. 


323 Amity, 


New York. 


2d & 4th Fridays. 


H. W. Turner. 


324 Freedom, 


Unadilla. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


Jabez J. Rogers. 


325 Republican, 


Parish. 


Tuesday b. f. m. 


Abram David. 


326 Salem Town, 


Cayuga. 


2d Tuesday. 


John Morse. 


327 Acacia, 


New York. 


let & 3d Weds. 


Joseph D. Stewart. 


328 Port Jervis, 


Port Jervis. 


2d & 4th Fridays. 


Rufus Ferguson. 


329 Zerubbabel, 


New York. 


Every Wednesday. 


M, Hamburger. 


330 New York, 


New York. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 


C. D. Brown. 


331 Hornellsville, 


Hornellsville. 


1st & 3d Weds. 


Ezra Bowen. 



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No. 



Lodge. 



Location. 



Time of Meetino. 



Master. 



332 Jefferson, Watkins. Wed. on or b. f. m. I. S. Marshall. 

333 West Brook, Nichols. Wed. on or b. f. m. Oliver A. Barstow. 

334 Cherry Valley, Cherry Valley. Edwin Judd. 

335 Widow's Son, Clermont. 1st & 3d Thursdays. Thos. Brodhead. 

336 Medina, Medina. B.C.Blake. 

337 Greenbush, Greenbush. 1st & 3d Thurs. Job A. Easterbrook. 

338 Putnam, New York. 1st & 3d Fridays. Walter S. Pinckney. 

339 Puritan, New York. Every Tuesday. Geo. H. Raymond. 

340 Modestla, Buffalo. 1st, 2d & 3d Thurs. John Greiner. 

341 Clyde, Clyde. Tuesday b. f. m. A. Griswold. 

342 Lilly, Morrisania. Every Tuesday. T. W. Gilley. 

343 Koundout, Roundout. T.Cornell. 

345 Lodi, Lodi. Saml. B. Mundy. 

346 Whitesville, Whitesville. James Maston. 

347 Hampton, Westmoreland. JohnWylie. 

348 Adelphic, New York. 2d & 4th Saturdays. J. B. Yates Sommers. 

349 Peconic, Greenport. 1st & 3d Tuesdays. 0. J. Monsell. 

350 ChemungValley,Chemung. 1st & 3d Fridays. Andrua Gere. 

351 Springville, Springville. Thursday af. f. m. Joel Cobleigh. 

352 Homer, Homer. 2d & 4th Mondays. W. P. Beck. 

353 Woodhull, Woodhull. Every Friday. C. M. Griswold. 

354 Progressive, Williamsburg, Every Monday. Wm. Danscomb. 

355 Jerusalem, Lansingburg, 1st & 3d Mondays. Alfred Shumway. 

356 U. Brothers. New York. 2d & 4th Weds. J. P. Eckoff. 

357 Caneadea, Caneadea. Tues. on or b. f. m. Levi H. West. 

358 Queen City, Buffalo. Every Wednesday. C.~G. Fox. 

359 Elm Creek, E. Randolph. Mon. on or b. f. m. J. T. Fosdick. 

360 Nineveh, Nineveh. Tuesday b. f. m. Timothy Guy. 

361 Central, Brooklyn. Every Tuesday. Lewis Hurst. 

362 Valatie, Valatie. 1st & 3d Tuesdays. A. J. Van Alen. 

363 Evergreen, Springfield Centre S. R. Stewart. 

364 Horse Heads, Horse Heads. Alternate Weds. C. Barlow. 

365 Goshen, Goshen. 1st & 3d Mondays. J. C. MeConnell. 

367 Corner Stone, Williamsburg, Every Wednesday. Wm. H. Boyd. 

368 Croton, Croton Falls. Wed. on orb. f. m. Geo. W. Gregory. 

369 Callimachus, Phoenix. 1st & 3d Weds. Ira Betts. 

370 Molang, Crown Point. 1st & 3d Thursdays. Leland L. Doolittle. 

371 Sagamore, New York. 1st & 3d Thursdays. Luther B. Pert. 

372 Sandy Hill, Sandy Hill. 1st & 3d Tuesdays. Henry E. Dibble. 

373 La Sincerite, New York. 1st & 3d Weds. Michael A. Pioot. 

374 Monumental, Red Hook. 1st & 3d Weds. Jacob W. Elseffer. 

375 Niagara, Lockport. Peter D. Walters. 

376 Ontario, Wilson. 1st & 3d Weds. Benjamin Dearborn. 

377 Rushville, Rushville. Friday on orb. f. m. F. H. Harwood. 

378 Big Flats, Big Flats. John D. Williams. 

379 Oakland, Oakland. 1st & 3d Tuesdays. J. Burrows. 

380 Murray, Murray. Every Wednesday. Geo. N. Bowman. 

381 Huguenot, Tottenville. Abm. H. Wood. 



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Location. Tims of Meeting. Master. 

Brooklyn. 2d & 4th Fridays. Wm. W. Carman. 

Fort Covington. Seth Blanchard. 

Cherry Creek. Friday before f. m. Alvah Billings. 

Weedsport. George Coon, Jr. 

Jordan. J. G. Webster. 

La Fraternidad, New York. 1st & 3d Saturdays. Miquel Castellanos. 

Centre Lisle. P. Edminister. 

Middletown. 2d & last Weds. Smith W. Reed. 

Salem. Every Monday. James Gibson. 

Sodus. Asahel Yale. 

Waddington. 1st & 3d Fridays. John Peacock. 

Richmondville. 1st & 3d Tuesdays. S. M. Van Alstyne. 

Parishville. Day of or bef. f. m. H. M. Sprague. 

Deposit. Every Monday. Chas. Knapp. 

Elmira. 1st & 3d Thursdays. Jesse L. Cooley. 
Northumberland. Wednesday b. f. m. N. Morey. 

Maine. N. W. Eastman. 

400 "Van Rensselaer, Hoosick Falls. J. L. F. Crosby. 

Port Jefferson. 1 st Thursday. Wm. T. Hulse. 

New York. 2d & 4th Mondays. Wm. M. Gambling. 

Brooklyn. Every Friday. Wm. Tracy. 

Perry. C. W. Hendee. 

Norfolk. J. R. Brinckerhoff. 

Lyons. Joseph Welling. 

Waverly. lst& 3dWednesd'ys. P. Lowrey. 

New York. 2d & 4th Weds. Joseph S. Cohen. 

409 Commonwealth, Brooklyn. Every Tuesday. James M. Fuller. 

410 La Clemente Am. Cos. New York. 2d & 4th Weds. A. Letellier. 
Candour Centre. 1st & 3d Wednesd'ys. E. C. Cowell. 
Middletown. 1st & 3d Tuesdays. Joshua Draper. 
Varysburg. Thursday b. f. m. G. C. Parker. 
Constantia. 1st & 3d Mondays. Abm. Conterman. 
Pulaski. 1st & 3d Wednesd'ys. Don. A. King. 
Ontario. Fri. on or b. f. m. Isaac Z. Hodges. 
Albany. 1st & 3d Thursdays. S. H. Wetherwax. 
New York. Every Monday. David Cochrane. 
China. Fri. on or b. f. m. Reuben Ball. 

New London. John D. Oxner. 

Genoa. Thurs. on or b. f. m. James M. White. 

Oswego. Every Friday. F. P. Kilborn. 

Herkimer. 1st & 3d Tuesdays. Ezra Graves. 

Rouse's Point. 1st & 3d Thursdays. P. R. Wales. 

Warrensburg. 1st & 3d Saturdays. Myron N. Dickinson. 

Pittsford. Mon. on or b. f. m. E. H. Wolcott. 

Durham. J. W. Hoffman. 

Colton. Wm. N. Jacques. 

Gloversville. Tuesday evening. Geo. J. Newton. 

Brooklyn. Every Thursday. John L. Nostrand. 

Auburn. Horatio Robinson.Jr. 



382 Long Island, 

383 Aurora, 

384 Cherry Creek, 

385 Weedsport, 

386 Jordan, 
387 

388 Centre Lisle, 

389 Margaretville, 

391 Salem, 

392 Sodus, 

393 Waddington, 

394 Richmondville, 

395 Amber, 

396 Deposit, 

397 Ivy, 

398 Home, 

399 Maine, 

400 "Van Rei 

401 Suffolk, 

402 Crescent, 

403 Greenpoint, 

404 Constellation, 

405 Norfolk, 

406 Humanity, 

407 Waverly, 

408 City, 



411 Candour, 

412 Hoffman, 

413 West Star, 

414 Scriba, 

415 Pulaski, 

416 Wayne, 

417 Wadsworth, 

418 Mosaic, 

419 Arcade, 

420 New London, 

421 Genoa, 

422 Frontier City, 

423 Herkimer, 

424 Lake, 

425 Warrensburg, 

426 Northfield, 

427 Cascade, 

428 High Falls, 

429 Gloversville, 

430 Star of Hope, 

431 Auburn, 



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No. Lodge. Location. Time of Meeting. Master. 

432 Rhinebeck, Rhinebeck. Thursday evening. Homer Gray. 

433 Fort Plain, Fort Plain. 2d & 4th Saturdays. Peter Snyder. 

434 Hiawatha, Mount Vernon. 2d & 4th Weds. Wm. E. Palmer. 

435 Otseningo, Binghamton. Every Thursday. Henry C. Preston. 

436 Schroon Lake, Sehroon Lake. ' 2d & 4th Weds. H. S. Potter. 

437 Wamponamon, Sag Harbor. James E. Smith. 

438 Marathon, Marathon. 1st & 3d Wednesd'ys. Eli B. Husted. 

439 Delhi, Delhi. Every Thursday. Philo B. Mervin. 

440 Vienna, Vienna. David Tremain. 

441 L. Ancient Landmarks, Buffalo. Wm. Hersee. 

442 Windsor, Windsor. 1st & 3d Fridays. W. Dusenbury. 

444 Sherburne, Sherburne. James M. Colwell. 

445 Cassia, Brooklyn, E. D. Every Wednesday. Wm. H. Beese. 

446 Oltmans, Brooklyn, E. D. 1st & 3d Fridays. Henry Oltmans. 

447 Franklin, New York. 1st & 3d Mondays. David A. D'Ancona. 

448 Huguenot, New Bochelle. Pelham L. MoClelan. 

449 Hiram, New York. 2d & 4th Fridays. Geo. W. Peters. 

450 Rising Star, Yonkers. 2d & 4th Weds. Leonard M. Clark. 

451 Delta, Brooklyn. Every Friday. R. W. Doekson. 

452 Ancient City, Albany. 1st & 3d Wednesd'ys. John D. Williamson. 

453 Clinton, New York. 1st & 3d Thursdays. Jonathan Woods. 

454 Kane, New York. Every Tuesday. Thomas S. Sommers. 

455 Newport, Newport. 1st & 3d Saturdays. Geo. W. Skinner. 

456 Senate, Glenn's Falls. Every Monday. Austin W. Holden. 

457 Harlem, Harlem. Every Thursday. T. F. Compton. 

458 Shekomeko, Mabbettsville. 1st & 3d Saturdays. John S. Parker. 

459 Urbana, Urbana. Monday on orb. f.m. Danl. E. Loveridge. 

460 Monticello, Monticello. 2d & 4th Weds. A. J. Baldwin. 

461 Yew Tree, Brooklyn, E. D. Every Tuesday. Wm. J. Horsford. 

462 Attica, Attica. 2d & 3d Wednesd'ys. F. C. Cunningham. 

463 Weston, Weston. Wm. Gulick. 

464 Downsville, Colchester. Every Saturday. Wm. G. White. 

465 Wilton, Wilton. Ed. B. Goodspeed. 

466 Oneonta, Oneonta. John F. Perkins. 

467 Greenwich, New York. Every Saturday. John A. Lefferts. 

468 Catskill, Catskill. John H. Bagley, Jr. 

470 Cortlandville, Cortland. Every Monday. Joseph Reynolds. 

471 Tompkins, Southfield. Isaac Lea. 

472 Dryden, Dryden. Every Wednesday. M.Van Valkenburgh. 

473 White Plains, White Plains. Every Wednesday. John P. Jenkins. 

474 Belmont, Belmont. Wed. on or b. f. m. E. W. Chamberlain. 

475 Batavia, Batavia. H.M.Warren. 

476 Fairport, Fairport. Sat. on or b. f. m. Joshua C. Eaton. 

477 Wildwood, Edwards. Friday before f. m. Amos Newton. 

478 Dansville, Dansvilie. 1st & 3d Mondays. Chas. A. Ackley. 

479 Etolian, Spencerport. W. C. Slayton. 

480 Webotuck, North East. Lucius D. Wood. 

481 Cambridge Valley, Cambridge. Every Monday. Hiram House. 

482 Richfield Springs, Richfield Springs James Hyde. 

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No. Lodge. Location. Time of Meetino. Master. 

483 Zeredatha, Brooklyn. Every Wednesday. Benj. Price. 

484 Columbia, New York. Every Tuesday. Alexander Trotter. 

485 Stella, Brooklyn. Chas W. Willetts. 

486 Ionic, New York. 2d & 4th Thursdays. Thomas M. Woods. 

487 Tecumseh, New York. Every Thursday. Chas. W. Atwood. 

488 Corinthian, New York. Every Thursday. Edward Dalton. 

489 Manahatta, New York. Every Wednesday. Henry W. Hibberd. 

490 Pyramid, New York. Every Monday. Jacob R. Brepee. 

491 Scoharie Valley, Scoharie. Hadley Snyder. 

492 Wyoming, Westchester. Wm. J. McDermott. 

493 South Side, Patchogue. Wm. S.Preston. 

494 Jephtha, Huntington. Wm. H. King. 

495 Houndsfield, Sackett's Harbor Stevens W. Flower. 

496 Groton, Groton. Dexter Allen. 

497 Glen Dale, Pottersville. Simeon R. Codman. 

498 De Molay, Buffalo. Jonathan T. Wilber. 

499 Deer River, Nicholville. J.F.Sanders. 

500 Hermon, Hermon. A. P. Sherwin. 

501 Syracuse, Syracuse. Every Wednesday. Lewis E. Joy. 

U. D. Louisville, Louisville. James M. Miller. 

U. D. Old Ti, Ticonderoga. John Smith. 

U.D.Montgomery, Stillwater. Wm. J. Heath. 

U.D.Baltic, Brooklyn. Wm. J. Huff. 

U. D. Canastota, Canastota. Harrison Frank. 

U.D.Park, New York. John G. Fielding. 

U. D. NorthernLight.West Chazy. Joel W. Eaton. 

U.D.Rodman, Rodman. Herman Strong. 

U. D. Genesee Falls, Rochester. Wm. E. Lathrop. 

U. D. Herschel, Hartford. Wm. Cono-don. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

Organized 5798. 

The Annual Convocations of the Grand Chapter of New York are held in 
the City of Albany on the first Tuesday of February. This Grand Chapter is 
subordinate to the General Grand Chapter. It has 89 subordinate Chapters, 
haying 4152 members. There were 587 Exaltations reported at the Annual 
Convocation 5860. Amount of dues paid Grand Chapter, $3104 72. 

SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



Time of Meeting. 
1st and 3d Thursdays 
2d and 4th Mondays. 
2d and 4th Tuesdays. 



No. 


Name. 


Location. 


1 


Ancient, 


New York. 


2 


Phoenix, 


New York. 


5 


Temple, 


Albany. 


6 


Hudson, 


Hudson. 


8 


Jerusalem, 


New York. 



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285 



No. 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



13 Lebanon, 

22 Warren, 

23 Warren, 

24 St. Lawrence, 
26 Otsego, 

28 N. Constellation, 

30 John Baptist, 

84 David's, 

35 Western Star, 

36 Geneva, 

39 Plattsburg, 

42 Elmira, 

47 New Jerusalem, 

48 Apollo, 
50 Cyrus, 

53 Hiram Union, 

57 Oneida, 

58 Eagle, 

69 Watertown, 

62 Hamilton, 

63 Ogdensburgh, 

64 Aurora, 

67 Western Sun, 

68 Sackett's Harbor. 

70 Syracuse, 

71 Buffalo, 

72 Manlius, 

75 Mount Horeb, 

76 Fredonia, 

77 Fidelity, 

78 Johnstown, 

79 Palmyra Eagle, 
88 Ames, 

91 Dansville, 

92 Ovid, 

95 Bath, 

96 Cape Vincent, 

100 Penn Tan, 

101 Steuben, 
103 St. John's, 

106 Greene, 

107 Morning Star, 
109 Nassau, 

116 Sacandaga, 

117 Newark, 

131 Rising Sun, 

132 St. Lawrence, 

133 Phoenix, 

134 Champlain, 



N. Lebanon. 

Waterville. 

Ballston Spa. 

Potsdam. 

Cooperstown. 

Malone. 

Moravia. 

Auburn. 

Batavia. 

Geneva. 

Plattsburg. 

Elmira. 

Owego. 

Xroy. 

Hamilton. 

Canajoharie. 

Utica. 

Ithaca. 

Watertown. 

Rochester. 

Ogdensburgh. 

Aurora. 

Jamestown. 

Sackett's Harbor. 

Syracuse. 

Buffalo. 

Manlius. 

Kingston. 

Fredonia. 

Trumansburg. 

Johnstown. 

Palmyra. 

Lockport. 

Dansville. 

Ovid. 

Bath. 

Cape Vincent. 

Penn Tan. 

Hornellsville. 

Greenfield. 

Greene. 

Lima. 

Brooklyn. 

Northampton. 

Newark. 

Saratoga Springs. 

Canton. 

Lansingburg. 

Whitehall. 



Wednesday after full moon. 

2d and 4th Thursdays. 
1st Wednesday. 

Thursday after full moon. 
2d and 4th Tuesdays. 

1st and 3d Thursdays. 
Wednesday after f. m. and c. 
2d and 4th Mondays. 
Tuesday after full moon. 
1st and 3d Mondays. 



1st and 3d Fridays. 

2d and 4th Tuesdays. 
Wednesday before f. m. 
Alternate Thursdays. 
Thursday f. m. w. and c. 



2d Monday before f. m. 

Every Wednesday. 
Monday after f. m. and c. 

Thursday on or before f. m. 
Friday on or before f. m. 



Tuesday before full moon. 
Monday after full moon. 



Tuesday before full moon. 
Wednesday before f. m. 

Wednesday before f. m. 
Wednesday full moon w. 



2d and 4th Thursdays. 
1st Monday. 



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No. 



Name. 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



135 Mexico, 

136 Forrestville, 

137 Mount Morris, 

138 Orient, 

139 Binghamton, 

140 Metropolitan, 

141 Zetland, 

142 De Witt Clinton, 

143 Wellsville, 

144 Darius, 

145 Black River, 

146 Addison, 

147 Zerubbabel, 

148 Brooklyn, 

149 Theresa, 
160 Olean, 

151 Harmony, 

152 Genesee River, 

153 Fort Stanwix, 

154 Glenn's Falls, 

155 Nunda, 

156 Morris, 

157 Mohawk, 

158 Adelphic, 

159 Corinthian, 

160 Amity, 

161 Brewer, 

162 Vallonia, 

163 Keystone, 

164 Excelsior, 

165 Crocker, 

166 Chamberlain, 

167 Fulton, 

168 Cohoes, 

169 Waterford, 



Mexico. 

Gowanda. 

Mount Morris. 

Brooklyn. 

Binghamton. 

New York. 

New York. 

Williamsburg. 

Wellsville. 

Camden. 

Boonville. 

Addison. 

New York. 

Brooklyn. 

Theresa. 

Olean. 

Norwich. 

Belfast. 

Rome. 

Glenn's Falls. 

Nunda. 

Port Byron. 

Schenectady. 

New York. 

New York. 

New York. 

Little Falls. 

Colesville. 

Buffalo. 

Canandaigua. 

Oswego. 

little Valley. 

Fulton. 

Cohoes. 

Waterford. 



Wednesday on or b. f. m. 
4th Tuesday before f. m. 

1st and 3d Fridays. 
1st and 3d Tuesdays. 

1st and 3d Thursdays. 
2d and 4th Fridays. 

Wednesday on or b. f. m. 



1st and 3d Tuesdays. 
1st and 3d Mondays. 

1st and 3d Wednesdays. 
Wednesday on or b. f. m. 
Monday on or before f. m. 
■1st & 3d Mons. af. 1st Wed. 
2d and 4th Wednesdays. 



1st and 3d Thursdays. 
2d and 4th Wednesdays. 
2d and 4th Thursdays. 
2d and 4th Tuesdays. 



Every Thursday. 



2d and 4th Wednesdays. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

Organized 5807. 

This Grand Council, by resolution at each Annual Assembly, fixes "the time 
and place for holding the next Annual Assembly." This Grand Council has 
11 subordinate Councils under its jurisdiction. The returns of June, 5860, show 
the following : Number of members, 412 ; Received and Greeted during the 
year, 193; Affiliated, 4; Dimitted, 53; Stricken from the Roll, 7; Died, 1. 
Amount of receipts, $272 38. 



NEW YORK. 



287 



SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 



No. Name. 


Location. 


Time of Meeting. 


1 Columbia, 


New York. 




4 Brooklyn, 


Brooklyn. 




7 Adelphic, 


New York. 


1st & 3d Wednesdays. 


8 Eureka, 


Greene. 




10 Gras3 Valley, 


Grass Valley, California. 




12 Oneida, 


Borne. 




13 Central City, 


Syracuse. 




14 Bloss, 


Troy. 




15 Bruce, 


Lockport. 




16 Southern Tier, 


Blmira. 




17 Buffalo, 


Buffalo. 





GRAND COMMANDERY. 

Organized June 18, 1814. 

The Annual Conclaves of this Grand Commandery are held at such time and 
place as' is previously designated. Its next Annual Conclave will be held in 
Binghamton, on September 10th, 1861. It has 25 subordinate Commanderies, 
having 1373 members. Amount of receipts, $1340 27. 



SUBORDINATE COMMANDERIES. 



No. 
1 

2 



Name. 
Columbian, 
Temple, 

3 Utica, 

4 Morton, 

7 La Fayette, 

10 Genesee, 

11 Watertown, 

12 Monroe, 

14 Clinton, 

15 Apollo, 

16 Salem Town, 

17 Jerusalem, 

18 Palestine, 

19 St. Omer's, 

20 Lake Erie, 

21 Malta, 

22 DeMolay, 

23 Coeur de Lion, 

24 St. John's, 

25 Central City, 



Location. 
New York. 
Albany. 
Utica. 
New York. 
Hudson. 
Lockport. 
Watertown. 
Rochester. 
Brooklyn. 
Troy. 
Auburn. 
Penn Yan. 
New York. 
Elmira. 
Buffalo. 
Binghamton. 
Hornellsville. 
New York. 
Wellsville. 
Syracuse. 



Time op Meeting. 
1st Wednesday. 
1st and 3d Fridays. 
1st and 3d Fridays. 
2d and 4th Fridays. 
1st Friday. 

Friday full moon week. 



2d and 4th Fridays. 
2d Friday. 

1st and 3d Mondays. 
4th Friday. 
1st and 3d Mondays. 
3d Friday. 

3d Wednesday. 

3d Friday, 3 p.m. 



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No. 


Name. 


Location. 


Time of Meetiwo. 


26 


Little Falls, 


Little Falls. 


2d and 4th Fridays. 


27 


De Witt Clinton, 


Williamsburg. 


4th Monday. 


28 


St. Lawrence, 


Canton. 


1st and 3d Fridays. 


29 


Geneva, 


Geneva. 




30 


Hugh De Payen's, 


Buffalo. 





SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

ADDISON, Steuben County. 

Angle, Wm. W., Dry Goods, Groceries, and Beady-made Clothing. J. D., 
Addison Union, 118 ; Addison chap., 146. 

Blakslee, B., M.D. and Druggist. Initiated a.l. 5817 ; P. M., Addison Union, 
118 ; H. P., Addison chap., 146 ; Order of High Priesthood. 

Curtiss, Josiah, Flouring, Plaster, and Saw Mills, and Dealer in Grain and 
Lumber. P. M., Addison Union, 118 ; R. A. 0., Addison chap., 146. 

Dunn, Wm. H., Cooper. Tyler, Addison Union, 118. 

Grenell, Z., Architect and Builder. S. W., Addison Union, 118. 

Manley, George, Fanner and Lumberman. Addison Union, 118. 

McCullough, Simon, River Pilot and Lumber Jobber. W. M., Addison 
Union, 118. 

McKay, James S., Merchant Miller, and Deputy U. S. Marshal. Treasurer, 
Addison Union, 118 ; Treasurer, Addison chap., 146 ; R. and S. Master ; St. 
Omer's com., 19. 

Mitchell, John, M.D. Secretary, Addison Union, 118 ; Secretary, Addison, 
chap., 146. 

Montgomery, Charles E., Hotel Clerk and Farmer. Addison Union, 118. 

Shepard, J. K., Refreshment Saloon. P. S. W., Addison Union, 118 ; P. 
C. H., Addison chap., 146. 

Stevens, Miles, Druggist. P. J. W., Addison Union, 118 ; P. H. P., Addison 
chap., 146 ; Order of High Priesthood. 

ALBANY. 

Quin, Michael, Blacksmith, No. 16 Rose St. P. M., "Washington, 85 ; P. K., 
Temple chap., 5. 

Scovel, Henry W., Manufacturer, 524 Broadway, W. M., Washington, 85. 

Washington Lodge, No. 85. Dispensation granted February, 15th, 5841 ; 
Chartered June 6th, 5841 ; meetings second and fourth Thursdays. 



ALBION, Orleans County. 
Adler, Simon, Merchant Tailor. Renovation, 97. 
Burrows, Geo. L., Bank Teller. Treasurer, Renovation, 97. 
Hutchinson, George S., Groceries and Provisions. S. W., Renovation, 97. 
Mathinson, Walker, Produce and Provisions. Renovation, 97. 
Prentis, 0., M.D. Rose, 304, Ohio. 



n • NEW YORK. 289 

Preston, Hiram W., Jeweler and Watch-maker. Eenovation, 97 ; Huron 
chap., 7, Ohio. 
Thompson, S. D., Farmer and Operative Mason. Renovation, 97. 

BATH, Steuben County. 

Barron, Chas. H., Hardware Dealer. Steuben, 112 ; Bath chap., 95. 

Beekman, A., Manufacturer Sashes, Blinds, and Doors, and General Dealer in 
House Trimmings. S. W., Steuben, 112 ; P. S., Bath chap., 95. 

Campbell, Chas. W., Attorney at Law. P. M., Steuben, 112 ; Scribe, Bath 
chap., 95. 

Champlin, Addison P., Salesman for H. W. Perrine. J. W., Steuben, 112 ; 
B. A. C. Bath chap., 95. 

De Wolf, T. S., Foreman Courier Office. Steuben, 112. 

Faucett, Henry, Clerk in County Clerk's Office. Steuben, 112. 

Kasson, Edwin R., Under Sheriff. W. M., Steuben, 112 ; Bath chap., 95. 

Vanderhorn, J., Postmaster and Hatter. Initiated a.l. 5825 ; P. M., Steuben, 
112 ; Steuben chap., 101. 

BINGHAMTCOT, Broome County. 

Abbott, L. S., Leather Manufacturer, Boot and Shoe Findings. S. W., 
Otseningo, 435 ; Binghamton chap., 139. 

Brown, Chas. M., Proprietor Lewis House, near the R. R. Depot. Secretary, 
Otseningo, 435. 

Cary, James S., Book-keeper in Broome Co. Bank ; Fire, Life, and Insurance 
Agent. J. W., Binghamton, 177 ; Past P. S., Binghamton chap., 139. 

Cook, James E., Mercantile Salesman. S. D., Otseningo, 435 ; Binghamton 
chap., 139. 

Curran, R. H., General Agent. Binghamton, 177. 

De Witt, Abraham, Grocer. Otseningo, 435. 

Grant, D. R., Baker and Confectioner. Otseningo, 435. 

Hungerford, John, Dealer in Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths, etc, 30 Court 
St. Otseningo, 435. 

Lewis, E. H., Proprietor American House. Otseningo, 435. 

Masterson, John H, Operative Mason and Master Builder. Newark, 7, 
Newark, N. J. 

Newman, Myron, Clothing Merchant. J. W., Otseningo, 435. 

Preston, H. Clay, Bookseller and Stationer. W. M., Otseningo, 435 ; Scribe, 
Binghamton chap., 139 ; Recorder, Malta com., 21. 

Roberts, Wm., Manufacturer Stoneware. Senior M. of Ceremonies, Otse- 
ningo, 435. 

Rogers, Hiram C, Teller Bank of Binghamton. S. W., Binghamton, 177 ; 
P. S., Binghamton chap., 139 ; J. W., Malta com., 21. 

Sherwood, Benj., Attorney at Law. Otseningo, 435. 

Tyler, A. W., Manufacturer and Dealer in Rough and Planed Lumber of all 
kinds. W. M., Binghamton, 177 ; King, Binghamton chap., 1 39 ; Royal and 
Select Master ; P. S. B., Malta com., 21. 

Webster, C. H., Druggist. P. M., Otseningo, 435 ; P. H. P., Binghamton 
chap., 139; Royal and Select Master; P. E. C, Malta com., 21 ; P. G. J. W., 



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Provincial Grand Lodge, Canada ; P. M., The Barton, 6, Canada ; 1st W. M., 
Wellington, 33, Guelph, C. W. ; Junior G. Warden of G. Com., N. Y. ; Dist. 
Deputy G. M. 12th Dist, G. L., N. Y. 

Weed, J. Lewis, R. R. Conductor. Otseningo, 435 ; Binghamton chap., 139 ; 
Malta com., 21. 

Williams, E. J., U. S. Express Agent. Irondequoit, 301. 

BAINBHIDGE, Chemung County. 
Humphrey, Samuel, Agriculturalist. S. W., Susquehanna, 167. 

BAEEEfGTOlf, Yates County. 

Hawse, Wm., Agriculturalist. Dundee, 123 ; Penn Yan chap., 100. 
Lantz, Robert, Agriculturalist. Dundee, 123. 
Shaw, John H., M.D. Dundee, 123 ; Penn Yan chap., 100. 
Townsend, Harvey N., Agriculturalist. Dundee, 123 ; Penn Yan chap., 100 ; 
Jerusalem com., 17. 

BETHANY. 
Page, F. R., Bookseller. Fisher's, 212. 

BKOCKBOKT, Monroe County. 

Bowman, Wm. H., Attorney at Law. Monroe, 173. 

Davis, Jay G., Canal Collector and Farmer. P. J. W., Monroe, 173. 

Greenough, Ezra, Carriage Manufacturer. S. W. Monroe, 173 ; Hamilton 
chap., 62 ; Monroe com., 12. 

Hill, A. D., Planing and Matching Mill. P. Sec, Monroe, 173. 

Holmes, Daniel, Attorney and Justice of Peace. P. M., Monroe, 173; 
Hamilton chap., 62 ; Monroe com., 12. 

Kelly, H. H., Supt. Brockport Gas Co. P. S. W., Monroe, 173 ; Hamilton 
chap., 62 ; Monroe com., 12. 

Olden, Samuel M., Physician and Surgeon. W. M., Monroe, 173. 

Osborn, S., Carriage Manufacturer. S. D., Monroe, 173. 

BUFFALO, Erie County. 
Brown, Charles, Proprietor Brown's Hotel, corner Seneca and Michigan Sts. 
Erie, 161. 

BUKDETT, Schuyler County. 
Hager, Chester M., Agriculturalist. Jefferson, 332. 

CANANDAIG-TJA, Ontario County. 

Cheney, W. Fitch, Druggist and Chemist. Canandaigua, 294. 

Chesebro, N. G., retired from business. Initiated in Ontario Masters Lodge, 
23, a.a.. 5813, now a member of Canandaigua, 294; Excelsior chap., 164 ; Monroe, 
com., 12 ; Pt. M. and P. H. P. 

Fox, G. R., American Express Agent. S. W., Canandaigua, 294 ; C. H., 
Excelsior chap., 164. 

Francis, J. B., Cabinet Manufacturer and Undertaker. Canandaigua, 294 ; 
Excelsior chap., 164. 

Gunn, W. P., Hotel-keeper and Farmer. Canandaigua, 294. 



NEW YORK. 291 

Lapham, Wm. G., Fanner and Civil Engineer. Canandaigua, 294 ; Excelsior 
chap., 164; Monroe com., 12. 

Mason J. Harvey, Leather Dealer and Manufacturer. P. M. and Treas., 
Canandaigua, 294 ; Treas., Excelsior chap., 164. 

Mattison, J. J., Proprietor and Publisher " Ontario Messenger." P. S. W., 
Canandaigua, 294 ; P. King, Excelsior chap., 164 ; Monroe com., 12. 

McFeggan, James, Agent N. Y. C. E. B. W. M., Canandaigua, 294 ; P. S., 
Excelsior chap., 164. 

Pratt, J. E., Physician and Surgeon. P. M., Canandaigua, 294; P. H. P., 
Excelsior chap., 164. 

Bemington, C, Druggist. Sec, Canandaigua, 294. 

Salisbury, S. W., Attorney at Law. First W. M., Canandaigua, 294 ; King, 
Excelsior chap., 164 ; Monroe com., 12. 

Stephenson, J., "Watchmaker and Jeweler. P. S. W., Canandaigua, 294; 
Excelsior chap., 164; Southern Tier coun., 16 ; Monroe com., 12. 

Sterling, H. F., Marble Manufacturer. Canandaigua, 294. 

Sterling, S. L., Marble Manufacturer. J. W., Canandaigua, 294 ; E. A. C, 
Excelsior chap., 164. 

CASSADAGA, Chautauque County. 
Phillips, T. D., Dentist. Forest, 166 ; Fredonia chap., 76. 

CAYUGA, Cayuga County. 

Hungerford, Fayette, Depot Clerk N. Y. C. E. E. Salem Town, 326. 

Lyon, F. H., Storage. Forwarding, E. E. and Express Agent, Hotel and 
Eating Saloon. Salem Town, 326. 

Morse, John, Nurseryman. W. M., Salem Town, 326 ; H. P., Salem Town 
chap., U. D. ; Eoyal and Select Master; E. C, Salem Town com., 16 ; P. Dst. 
Depty. G. M. 

Warrick, Eenslaer, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer and Farmer. J. D., Salem 
Town, 326. 

Waters, Charles P., Saddle and Harness Manufacturer. S. D., Salem Town, 
326. 

Wayne, Wm. G., Merchant. Sec, Salem Town, 326. 

CHAMPLAIN', Clinton County. 

Allason, Wm., Merchant. Treas., Champlain, 237. 
Bell, Wm., Manufacturer and Dealer in Marble. Champlain, 237. 
Daggett, W. S., Physician and Surgeon. P. S. W., Champlain, 237. 
Dodds, James B., Merchant. J. D., Champlain, 237. 
Dunning, P. F., Merchant. Champlain, 237. 

Holcomb, D. S., Proprietor Champlain House. W. M., Champlain, 237 ; 
E. A. Mason. 
Miner, H. A., Blacksmith. Sec, Champlain, 237. 
Moore, S. M., Manufacturer Agricultural Implements. P. M., Champlain, 237. 

CHEMUNG, Chemung County. 
Buck, G. W., Farmer and Produce Dealer. P. M., Chemung Valley, 350. 
Daly, Peter, Farming and Eailroading. Port Jervis, 328. 



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Elliott, Abraham, Cooper. Chemung Valley, 350. 

Gardner, David, Merchant. P. J. W., Chemung Valley, 350 ; Union chap., 
16, Pa. ; Northern com., 16. 

Gere, Andrus, Boot and Shoe Dealer. W. M., Chemung Valley, 350. 

Guthrie, Wm., Proprietor Junction Hotel. Initiated a.l. 5822, Chemung 
Valley, 350. 

Nichols, Oliver, Merchant. Chemung Valley, 350. 

Robins, M. S., Blacksmith. J. W., Chemung Valley, 350. 

CLATEEACK, Columbia County. 

Owen, D. D., Teacher in Hudson River Institute. Hudson. 7 ; Hudson chap., 
6 ; Lafayette com., 7. 

COHOES. 

Black, Daniel, Foreman Machinist, Ogden Mills. Cohoes, 116. 

Bogue, H. S., Coal Merchant, Surgeon St. Cohoes, 116 ; P. H. P., Cohoes 
chap., 168. 

Conaughty, Wm. H., Master Machinist, Tivoli Mills. Cohoes, 116 ; Cohoes 
chap., 168. 

Dixon, Elijah T., Foreman Carding and Spinning Department, Bailey Manu- 
facturing Company. Cohoes, 116 ; Cohoes chap., 168 ; Apollo com., 15. 

Evans, H. S., Carder and Spinner, Ogden Mills. Cohoes, 116 ; Cohoes chap., 
168. 

Ferguson, P. B. Builder. W. M., Cohoes, 116 ; Cohoes chap., 168. 

Frink, J. W., Merchant. Cohoes, 116 ; Cohoes chap., 168. 

Howard, Thos. R., Livery Stable-keeper, Ransom St. Cohoes, 116 ; K., 
Cohoes chap., 168. 

Jackson, George, Foreman, Machinist, Knitting Department, Bailey Manu- 
facturing Company. Cohoes, 116; Cohoes chap., 168 ; Apollo com., 15. 

Melendy, Alonzo, Foreman Adams & Co.'s Knitting Department, Seneca St. 
Cohoes, 116. 

Schoonmaker, Jr., P., Ambrotype and Photograph Artist, Mohawk St. 
Cohoes, 116 ; Cohoes chap., 168 ; Apollo com., 15. 

Wakeman, J., Book-keeper, H. Adams & Co., Factory St. Cohoes, 116. 

COLD SPEI5TGS. 

Dalzell, Robert E., Grocery and Provision Store, corner Main and Fair Sts. 
Phillipstown, 236. 

Dlee, Morris, Merchant Tailor, Main St., near H. R. Railroad. Phillips- 
town, 236. 

Ladue, "Wm. A., Carpenter and Builder. Phillipstown, 236. 

Lawson, Peter B., Engineer West Point Laundry. P. Dist. Dep. G. M. and 
W. M., Phillipstown, 236. 

Livingston, Levi L., House, Sign, and Decorative Painter. Phillipstown, 
236. 

Merrick, Wm. H., Boiler-maker, West Point Foundery. Phillipstown, 236. 

Neil, Andrew, Machinist, West Point Foundery. Phillipstown, 236. 

Nelson, Jacob K, Merchant Tailor, Main St. Phillipstown, 236. 

Nimmo, Jas., Finisher, West Point Foundery. Phillipstown, 236. 

Tritschler, Charles, Machinist, West Point Foundery. Phillipstown, 236. 



NEW YORK. 293 

COKNING, Steuben County. 

Brown, David P., Attorney and Counselor at Law. Painted Post, 117. 

Eves, John, Locomotive Engineer. S. W., Painted Post, 117. 

Field, Major A., Proprietor Dickinson House. 

Gamman, Charles May, Boot and Shoe Dealer. W. M., Painted Post, 117. 

Hall, Henry S., Locomotive Engineer. Painted Post, 117. 

Harvey, Lumberman, Lumberman. Addison Union, 118 ; Addison chap., 146. 

May, J. C, Mail Messenger and U. S. Detective Police. Painted Post, 117. 

Baymond, Tunis, Baggage Master N. Y. and E. Bailroad. Painted Post, 117. 

Bobinson, J. N., Clothing, Hats, Caps, etc. P. M., Painted Post, 117. 

Spaulding, Francis E., Locomotive Engineer. J. W., Painted Post, 117. 

Spencer, Wm. A., Captain Canal Boat. P. M., Painted Post, 117. 

Traver, Geo. W. C, Wagon and Carriage Manufacturer. Painted Post, 117. 

Van Etten, Simon, Deputy Sheriff. S. M. of Ceremonies Painted Post, 117 ; 
Boyal Arch Mason ; P. S. B., St. Omer's com., 19. 

Webb, Z. Lewis, Ex-Judge, Justice of Peace, and Commissioner of Deeds for 
Western States. P. M., Sylvan, 41 ; P. H. P., Addison chap., 146 ; Past P. 
C. of Work, Monroe coun., 1, Mich. ; Past G. Scribe G. C, Michigan. 

Wilson, Thomas. Painted Post, 117; Banbridge, 336, Ireland; Banbridge 
chap., Ireland ; K. T. 

r ' COHTLAFD, Cortland County. 

Hunter, Stephen B., Merchant and Inventor Broadcast Seeding Machine. 
S. W., Cortlandville, 470. 

CKOTOET FALLS. 
Banta, Peter, Couductoi'.N/'X. and Harlem Bailroad. Croton, 368. 

CUBA, Allegany County. 

Acomb, James L., Physician and Surgeon. W. M., Cuba, 306 ; Genesee 
Biver chap., 152. 

Bishop, A. C, Civil Engineer. P. J. and S. W., Cuba, 306 ; Wells ville 
chap., 143. 

Brooks, John, Proprietor Lafayette Hotel and Teacher of Dancing. Made 
in Oxford Lodge, 67, Ohio. 

Chamberlain, General C. T., Ex- Judge and Agriculturalist. P. M., Cuba, 
306 ; Hamilton chap., 62 ; G., Monroe com., 12. 

Maxon, B. T., Bailroad Agent. Cuba, 306. 

Park, E. W., Contractor of Jobs and Farmer. Cuba, 306 ; Wellsville chap., 
143 ; St. John's com., 24. 

Bussell, Samuel M., Attorney and Broker. Cuba, 306 ; Wellsville chap., 143. 

Stevens, E. A., Deputy Postmaster. Cuba, 306. 

Story, James A., Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. Cuba, 306. 

Story, Jr., Samuel, Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. Cuba, 306. 

Swift, S. P., firm of G. D. & S. P. Swift, Dry Goods Dealers. S. W., Cuba, 
306 ; Wellsville chap., 143. 



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DEPOSIT, Delaware County. 



Belknap, D. K., Train Dispatcher. P. J. W., Deposit,. 396. 

Crocker, D. W., Division Foreman or Supervisor N. Y. and E. Railroad. 
S. W., Deposit, 396. 

Dean, S. O., Merchant. S. M. of C, Deposit, 396. 

Hadley, B. E., Merchant and Lumber Dealer. Deposit, 396. 

Holbrook, S. L., Ticket Agent and Telegraph Operator N. Y. and B. Rail- 
road. S. D., Deposit, 396. 

Knapp, Chas., President Deposit Bank. W. M., Deposit, 396; initiated 
a.l. 5824. 

McClure, ¥m., Surveyor. P. S. W., Deposit, 396 ; initiated a.l. 5818. 

Sherwood, E. T., Proprietor Sherwood House. Deposit, 396. 

White, Adolphe, Merchant Tailor. Deposit, 396 ; Corinthian chap., 159. 

DtrcyKIBK, Chautauque County. 

Averill, Benj. P., Foreman Painter in N. Y. and E. Railroad Shop. Tronde- 
quoit, 301. 

Bond, Solomon, Master Steamer Portsmouth. Irondequoit, 301. 

Brooks, H. G., Master Mechanic Western Division N. Y. and E. Railroad. 
Irondequoit, 301; Aurora chap., 13, Indiana; Aurora coun., 7, Indiana. 

Caldwell, Stephen D., Manager N. Y. and Erie Line of Steamers, anil Agent 
N. Y. and E. Railroad. P. S. W., Irondequoit, 301; H. P., Fredonia chap., 
76 ; S. W., Hugh de Payen's com., 30. 

Camp, A. W., Soap and Candle Manufacturer. Irondequoit, 301 ; Fredonia 
chap., 76 ; Hugh de Payen's com., 30. 

Chapman, A. F., Machinist. Arcana, 272, Crestline, Ohio. 

Dickinson, Colonel S. H., retired from business. P. M., Forest, 166 ; P. H. 
P., Fredonia chap., 76 ; Hugh de Payen's com., 30 ; P. Sen. G. D., Grand 
Lodge; Past District Deputy Grand Master. 

Doyle, Stephen M., Naval Store-keeper N. Y. and E. Railroad Steamers. 
W. M., Irondequoit, 301 ; C. H., Fredonia chap., 76 ; Hugh de Payen's com., 30. 

Durrell, John N., Foreman N. Y. and E. Railroad Machine Shop. Ironde- 
quoit, 301. 

Finkle, Walter, Proprietor Eastern Hotel. Irondequoit, 301 ; Fredonia 
chap., 76. 

Forster, Theodore M., Machinist. Irondequoit, 301. 

Grosvenor, Thomas P., Attorney at Law. P. M., Irondequoit, 301 ; Past 
Deputy Grand Master. 

Hyde, L. L., Stock Agent and Keeper of Stock Yards for N. Y. and E. Rail- 
road. Presque Isle, 235, Erie, Pa. ; Fredonia chap., 76. 

Irwin, Charles K., Physician and Surgeon. S. W., Irondequoit, 301. 

Marcus, L., Dry Goods Merchant. Irondequoit, 301 ; Fredonia chap., 76. 

McKenzie, James, Machinist. Irondequoit, 301. 

Mitchell, James S., Master Steamer Elmira. Erie, 161. 

Post, Ira A., Conductor N. Y. and E. Railroad. Irondequoit, 301. 

Russell, David, Machinist. Irondequoit, 301. 



NEW YORK. 295 

Sheehan, Thomas, Foreman N. Y. and E. Eailroad Blacksmith Shop. Past 
Tyler, Irondequoit, 301. 

Williams, Rev. E. 0., retired Presbyterian Minister, and Druggist. Chap- 
lain, Irondequoit, 301 ; Chaplain and P. S., Predonia chap., 76 ; De Molay 
com., 22. 

Wyman, Wm. H., Clerk in Dunkirk Shop N. Y. and E. Eailroad. Predonia 
chap., 76 ; De Molay com., 22. 

EAST CLARKBOBT, Monroe County. 
Tolford, Thomas, Postmaster. Monroe, 173. 

EAST VENICE, Cayuga County. 
Smith, Lewis, Merchant. Cayuga, 221. 

■ ELMIBA, Chemung County. 

Beardsley, Benoni P., Manufacturer Edge-tools. Treasurer, Union, 95 ; 
Secretary, Elmira chap., 42 ; Treasurer, Southern Tier coun., 16; E. C, St. 
Omer's com., 19. 

Cooley, Jesse L., Deputy Postmaster. W. M., Ivy, 397 ; H. P., Elmira chap., 
42 ; Recorder, Southern Tier coun., 16 ; P. Generalissimo, St. Omer's com., 19. 

De Witt, Charles, Billiard and Befreshment Saloon. Addison Union, 118 ; 
Addison chap., 146. 

' Gillett, Charles E., Conductor N. Y. and E. Railroad. J. W., Ivy, 397 ; P. 
S., Elmira chap., 42 ; Thrice 111. G. M., Southern Tier coun., 16 ; G. Marshal, 
Grand Council ; J. W., St. Omer's com., 19 ; Grand Sword Bearer, Grand Com. 

Griffith, P. R., Wholesale Wine and Liquor Dealer. Ivy, 397 ; Elmira chap., 
42 ; St. Omer's com., 19. 

Lee, Wm., Chief of Police and Founder of Red Jacket Garden. Ivy, 397 ; 
P. C. H., Elmira chap., 42; Deputy T. 111. G. M., Southern Tier coun., 16 ; P. 
Eminent P., St. Omer's com., 19. 

Merrill, E. C, Proprietor Delavan House. J. D., Ivy, 397 ; Elmira chap., 
42 ; Southern Tier coun., 16. 

Norton, Charles H., Conductor N. Y. and E. Railroad. Ivy, 397. 

FACTORTVILLE, Tioga County. 

Orsborn, John T., Grocer. Waverly, 407. 
Tew, Elisha, Blacksmith. Waverly, 407. 

EISHKILL LANDING-. 

Bell, Wm. P., M.D. P. M., Beacon, 283. 

Mackay, A. Rufus, Agent Hudson River Railroad. Phillipstown, 236. 
Meyer, Louis, Meyer's Hotel. Beacon, 283. 

Rogers, Wm. H., Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron Warehouse. Beacon, 283. 
Shurter, James E., Lumber and Coal Merchant, Long Dock. W. M., Bea- 
con, 283. 

FORT EDWAKD. 

Cray, E. A., Wines and Liquors. Fort Edward, 267 ; Glenn's Falls chap., 
154. 
Fox, W. A., Tailor, Broadway. Fort Edward, 267. 



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Higgins, S. W., Groceries and Provisions. Fort Edward, 267 ; Glenn's Falls 
chap., 154. 

Kenney, Francis J. J., Boarding-house, Canal Lock. P. M., Apollo, 13 ; 
P. M., Fort Edward, 267; P. H. P., Glenn's Falls chap., 154; Apollo com., 15. 

Mosheer, Geo. B., Lumber Dealer. Fort Edward, 267 ; Glenn's Falls chap., 
154. 

Ottman, William P., Ready-made Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Store, 1 
Wing's Exchange. Fort Edward, 267. 

Sherwood, B. W., Dealer in Lumber, etc. Fort Edward, 267 ; Glenn's Falls 
chap., 154. 

Usher, Hiram, Miller and Grain Dealer. Fort Edward, 267 ; Glenn's Falls 
chap., 154. 

Wells, Caleb, Lumber Dealer. W. M., Fort Edward, 267 ; Glenn's Falls chap., 
154. 

EKEDONIA, Chautauque County. 

Burritt, F., Druggist. W. M., Forest, 166. 

Chapman, L., Nurseryman and Agriculturalist. Forest, 166. 

Frisbee, J. C, and L. L. Pratt, Publishers Fredonia Advertiser. Forest, 166. 

Gardner, R. W., Seedsman. Forest, 166. 

Lake, S. S., Proprietor Johnson House. J. D., Forest, 166. 

Norton, E., Milling. J. D., Forest, 166 ; R. A. C, Fredonia chap., 76. 

Sloan, Devillo, Agriculturalist. Forest, 166. 

Stevens, Jr., P. H., Clothing Merchant. Forest, 166. 

Tolls, J. S., Architect and Builder. Master Mason ; Eureka chap.; Coun. 

FKIENDSHIP, Allegany County. 

Hart, William A., Merchant. Allegany, 225; chap. 

Hartshorn, Gen. Ira D., Merchant. Allegany, 225. 

Olney, John F., Justice of the Peace. P. M., Allegany, 225. 

Robinson, Gen. Geo. W., Merchant and Banker. Past M., Allegany, 225. 

Scott, Martin, Merchant. P. M., Allegany, 225. 

Scott, Warren, Dry Goods Merchant. S. W., Allegany, 225. 

FULTON. 
Simons, A. B. W. M., Callimachus, 369 ; P. K., Mexico chap., 135. 

GENESEE, Ontario County. 
Codington, J. M., Railroad Agent. Joppa, 29. 

GENEVA, Ontario County. 

Anthony, S. N, House, Sign, and Ornamental Painter. W. M., Ark, 33; 
Secretary, Geneva chap., 36. 

Dakin, E., Commission and Forwarding Merchant. Treasurer, Ark, 33; 
Treasurer, Geneva chap., 36. 

Darrant, William P., Watch-maker and Jeweler. Secretary, Ark, 33. 



NEW YORK. 297 

Edington, Dr. Wm. F., Dentist. P. Secretary, Reading, 123; Member 
Ark, 33. 

Flower, Davison, Sashes, Blinds, Doors, Glass, Oils, "Wall Paper, etc. Ark, 33. 

Huke, Geo. D., Sash and Blind Manufacturer. Ark, 33. 

McFeggan, Geo., Agent N. Y. and C. Railroad. P. J. W., Ark, 33 ; G. M. 
3d Veil, Geneva chap., 36. 

Moore, A. W., firm of "Wride & Moore, Insurance and Commission Agents. 
Past Secretary, Ark, 33 ; G. M. 3d Veil, Geneva chap., 36 ; J. W., Geneva 
com., 29. 

Owen, Geo. A., Mercantile Clerk. Ark, 33 ; Geneva chap., 36. 

Parker, S. H., Editor and Proprietor Geneva Gazette, and Postmaster. 
Ark, 33. 

Platner, Jno. S., Dry Goods Merchant. J. D., Ark, 33 ; Geneva chap., 36 ; 
"Warder, Geneva com., 29. 

Shimer, Isaac, Coal Dealer and Parmer. J. "W., Ark, 33 ; P. S., Geneva 
chap., 36 ; S. W., Geneva com., 29. 

Suydam, H. L., Proprietor Gem Dining Saloon, Bakery, Confectionery, etc. 
Ark, 33 ; Geneva chap., 36 ; Geneva com., 29. 

Van Lew, Wm., Grocer and Blacksmith. Initiated a.l. 5822, in Union, 114, 
member Ark, 33. 

Veazie, Thomas, Proprietor Veazie House. Seneca Lake, 308. 

"Wneat, Corydon, Importer and Dealer in China, Glass, and Earthen "Ware. 
P. M., Ark, 33 ; King, Geneva chap., 36 ; Eminent C, Geneva com., 29. 

GOSHEN, Orange County. 

Dikeman, E., Druggist. P. Secretary, Goshen, 365. 

Farrand, Hiram T., "Watches, Jewelry, Silver "Ware, etc. P. Treasurer, 
Goshen, 365. 
Hoffman, James P., Attorney at Law. Secretary, Goshen, 365. 
McConnell, John C, Attorney at Law. "W. M., Goshen, 365. 
Thompson, J. H., Physician and Surgeon. J. W., Goshen, 365. 
Vanduzer, E. Gedney, Attorney at Law. S. "W., Goshen, 365. 

HANCOCK, Delaware County. 

Castle, "Wm., Lumberman, Farmer, etc. Deposit, 396. 

Chamberlain, A. B., Agent N. Y. and E. Railroad and U. S. Express Agent. 
Deposit, 396. 
Doyle, J. H., Deputy Postmaster and Mercantile Salesman. Deposit, 396. 
Fraser, S. J., Attorney at Law. Deposit, 396. 
Hawk, Geo. H., Farmer and Lumberman. Deposit, 396. 
Hunter, John, Proprietor "Western Hotel. Samaritan Lodge. 
Lakin, Edwin, Lumberman. Deposit, 396. 

Malin, Addison P., Foreman N. Y. and E. Railroad. Deposit, 396. 
Quicksall, Samuel, American Hotel. Binghamton, 177. 
Treadwell, R. W., Depot Clerk N. Y. and E. Railroad. Deposit, 396. 
Wheeler, Fred. M., firm of F. M. & D. C. "Wheeler, Merchants. Deposit, 396. 
Whittaker, John T., Butcher and Lumberman. Deposit, 396. 



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hastings. 

Campbell, Samuel. St. John's Blue, 675, Ireland. 
King, John, Marble-cutter. Solomon's, 196. 
King, John P., Marble- cutter. Lexington, 310. 
Webber, John N, Marble-cutter. Lexington, 310. 

HOEKTELLSVILLE. 

Anderson, James, Machinist, New York and Erie Eailroad. Hornellsville, 
331. 

Bennett, E., Attorney at Law. Hornellsville, 331 ; Steuben chap., 101 ; De 
Molay com., 22. 

Bowen, E., TJ. S. Express Agent, Drugs, etc. W. M., Hornellsville, 331 ; Steu- 
ben chap., 101 ; De Molay com., 22. 

Collier, J. D., Grocer and Commission Merchant. P. M., Hornellsville, 331; 
P. K., Steuben chap., 101 ; P. G, De Molay com., 22. 

Connell, Thomas, Machinist, New York and Erie Eailroad. Hornellsville, 
331. 

De Witt, Benj. C, Grocer and Commission Merchant. Hornellsville, 331 ; 
Steuben chap., 101 ; De Molay com., 22. 

Gardner, W., Engineer and Machinist, New York and Erie Eailroad. Hor- 
nellsville, 331 ; Steuben chap., 101. 

Latham, John, Foreman Machine Shop, New York and Erie Eailroad. Hor- 
nellsville, 331. 

Lillie, John H., Manager of Levees of Dollie Dutton. Hornellsville, 331. 

Martin, J. P., Master Mechanic and Engine Dispatcher, New York and Erie 
Eailroad. Hornellsville, 331; Steuben chap., 101 ; De Molay com., 22. 

Pratt, H. P. V., Master of Track Eepairs, New York and Erie Eailroad. 
Cattaraugus, 239 ; New Jerusalem chap., 47 ; De Molay com., 22. 

Wilbur, J. T., Attorney at Law. P. M., Hornellsville, 331 ; Steuben chap., 
101 ; P. E. C, De Molay com., 22 ; P. D. D. G. M. ; J. W. Gr. Com. 

ITHACA, Tompkins County. 

Bishop, Hiram W., M.D. and Druggist. W. M., Fidelity, 51 ; Secretary, 
Eagle chap., 58. 

Butler, Vincent C, Hardware Founderyman and Machinist. Fidelity, 51. 

Byington, Justin, Mercantile Clerk. Fidelity, 51 ; Eagle chap., 58. 

Goodrich, A. L., Capt. Kate Morgan Steamer on Cayuga Lake. Fidelity, 51. 

Heggie, J. M., Coach and Saddlery Hardware. Treasurer, Fidelity, 51 ; King, 
Eagle'chap., 58. 

Holmes, S. A., Under Sheriff and Livery-keeper. P. M., Fidelity, 51 ; G.M. 
3d Veil, Eagle chap., 58. 

Millspaugh, Leander, Saddle and Harness Manufacturer. S. W., Fidelity, 51; 
G. M. 2d Veil, Eagle chap., 58. 

Platts, Hervey, Manufacturer Calender Clocks. P. M., Fidelity, 51 ; H. P., 
Eagle chap., 58. 

Selkreg, J. H., Editor and Proprietor of Ithaca Journal. P. S. W., Fi- 
delity, 51. 



NEW YORK. 299 

Wells, Edward L., Real Estate Agent and Attorney. P. M., Fidelity, 51 ; 
P. H. P. and S., Eagle chap., 58. 
Whitlock, Wm, Grocer. P. J. and S. W., Fidelity, 51. 

JAMESTOWN, Chautauque County. 

Baker, Robert I., Cutter for Hall & Grant. S. W., Mt. Moriah, 145 ; P. S., 
Western Sun chap., 67. i 

Barker, W. W., Clerk in Leather Store. S. M. of Ceremonies, Mt. Moriah; 
145 ; Western Sun chap., 67. 

Brown, Samuel A., Special Surrogate and Attorney at Law. Mt. Moriah, 
145; Western Sun chap., 67. 

Cady, S. S., Merchant and Butter Dealer. Past Treas., Mt. Moriah, 145. 

Eddy, C. W., Book-keeper for Hall & Grant. P. S. D., Mt. Moriah, 145 ; 
R. A. C, Western Sun chap., 67. 

Field, James V., Deputy Postmaster. Mt. Moriah, 145 ; Secretary, Western 
Sun chap., 67. 

Hazzard, Jason, Grocery and Provision Dealer. Initiated May, a.l. 5826 ; 
exalted February, a.l. 5827. Treasurer, Mt. Moriah, 145 ; Treasurer, Western 
Sun chap., 67. 

Kinne, 0. B., Grocery and Provision Dealer. P. Sect'y, Mt. Moriah, 145 ; 
Mark Master Mason. 

Lawson, Samuel J., Mercantile Clerk. Mt. Moriah, 145. 

Loucks, A. H., Chief of Police and Constable. Mt. Moriah, 145. 

Mahew, J. Edward, Cashier of Jamestown Bank. Mt. Moriah, 145. 

Mason, Levant L., Jeweler and Watch Repairer. P. M., Mt. Moriah, 145 ; 
King, Western Sun chap., 67. 

Mathews, Joseph S., Book-keeper and Cashier for S. W. Parks, Merchant. 
W. M., Mt. Moriah, 145 ; G. M. of 2d Veil, Western Sun chap., 67. 

Smith, John Fellows, Attorney at Law. Mt. Moriah, 145. 

Weeks, A. J., Grocery and Provision Dealer. J. W. and P. M., Mt. Moriah, 
145. 

KINGSTON. 

Bernstein, Isaac, Merchant. Kingston, 10. 

Chipp, Jr., John, Book and Stationery Store, 32 Wall St. Kingston, 10. 

Chipp, Warren, Merchant. W. M., Kingston, 10 ; P. G. Steward, and D. D. 
G. M. of Third District ; P. H. P., Mount Horeb chap., 75. 

Hayes, Wm. M., Boot and Shoe Dealer. Kingston, 10 ; P. H. P., Mount 
Horeb chap., 75. 

Langsworth, John S., Iron Founder. Kingston, 10 ; Mount Horeb chap., 75. 

Steele, John B., Attorney at Law, Wall St. Kingston, 10 ; P. H. P., Mount 
Horeb chap., 75. 

LANSINGBUBG. 

Bell, John, Groceries and Provisions, 372 State St. Phoenix, 58. 
Bernard, Louis, Baker, 1 Richard St. King Solomon's Primitive, 91. 
Butler, M. G., Butler's House, 375 State St. Phoenix, 58. 
Davis, C. A., Davis House, 337 State St. Phoenix, 58 ; Phoenix chap., 133. 

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Hathaway, B. G., Mechanic and President of Lansingburg Office, 3 State St. 
P. M., Jerusalem, 355. 

Holden, Geo. W., Foreman Baker, 1 Bichard St. Jerusalem, 355 ; Phoenix 
chap., 133. 

Houghton, 0. S., Union House, 287 State St. Phcenix, 58 ; Phoenix chap., 
133 ; Apollo com., 15. 

Lavender, Stephen, Cabinet Warehouse, State St. Jerusalem, 355 ; Phoenix 
chap., 133. 

Lusty, David, House, Sign, and Ornamental Painter, State St. Jerusalem, 
355. 

Mors, Charles H., Mors's Flouring and Saw Mill, 54 Second St. Clinton, 140. 

Sayles, Thos., Patent Agent, State St. Jerusalem, 355 ; Phoenix chap., 133. 

Sitser, Cornelius M., Machinist, 298 Biver St. Jerusalem, 355. 

Snyder, A. C, Druggist and Chemist, 292 State St. Jerusalem, 355 ; Phoenix 
chap., 133. 

LEEOr. 

Anderson, John B. W. M., Olive Branch, 39 ; Western Star chap., 35 ; 
Monroe com., 12 ; D. D. G. M., Sixteenth Masonic District. 

LITTLE GENESEE. 

Prosser, Judge Isaac, Merchant and Lumberman. Cuba, 306. 
Wellman, Warren W., Merchant. Macedonia, 258. 

LOCKPOKT. 

Blake, E. L., First Clerk, N. Y. C. Bailroad, 4 Pine St. Niagara, 375. 

Clement, Thos., Blacksmith and Carriage Builder, 66 Clinton St. Lockport, 
73 ; Ames chap., 88. 

Craig, Charles, Book-keeper. P. M., Cataract, 295 ; P. H. P., Ames chap., 
88 ; Adelphic coun., 7 ; Genesee com., 10. 

Murphy, Philip. P. M., Lockport, 73 ; Ames chap., 88 ; Bruce coun., 15 ; 
Genesee com., 10. 

Steele, Jerome, Clerk. Niagara, 375 ; Ames chap., 88. 

Suit, Stephen, Track- master of Western Divison New York Central Bailroad. 
Lockport, 73 ; Ames B. A. Chapter, 88 ; Bruce coun., 15 ; Genesee com., 10. 

MADRID, St. Lawrence County. 

Dillingham, J. C, Drugs, Groceries, Paints, etc. Secretary, Grass Biver, 
312. 

Lovegrove, Beuben, Merchant and Farmer. J. W., Grass Biver, 312. First 
Mason initiated in this Lodge since 5826 ; Boyal Arch Mason. 

Parker, F. B., Merchant. Grass Biver, 312 ; Plattsburg chap., 39. 

Pierce, Caleb, Physician and Surgeon. Initiated a.l. 5825; P. Secretary, 
Grass Biver, 312. 

Eichardson, Henry B., Justice of the Peace and Cabinet Manufacturer. 
Initiated a.l. 5828 ; P. M., Grass Biver, 312 ; B. A. Mason. 

Bobinson, O. C, Merchant. S. W., Grass Biver, 312. 

Boss, A., Traveling Agent. P. S. W., Grass Biver, 312. 

Smith, Hugh, Boot and Shoe Dealer. W. M., Grass Biver, 312. 



NEW YOEK. 301 

MALOUE, Franklin County. 

Brewster, H. S., Chief Clerk, Sup't Office N. N. Y. Railroad; W. M., 
Northern Constellation, 291 ; C. H., Northern Constellation chap., 28. 

Conant, Marshall, Clerk N. N. Y. Railroad. Secretary, Northern Constella- 
tion, 291 ; Northern Constellation chap., 28. 

Coonley, D. S., Frontier P. 0., Clinton Co., Merchant. Northern Constella- 
tion, 291. 

Duane, Albert, Railroad Employee, Burke, N. Y. Norfolk, 405. 

Flanders, Col. F. D., Proprietor of Franklin Gazette, and Postmaster. P. M., 
Northern Constellation, 291 ; H. P., Northern Constellation chap., 28 ; Dist. 
Deputy G. M., N. Y. 

Gray, Win. H., Locomotive Engineer. Northern Constellation, 291. 

Heath, A., Grocer. P. J. and S. W., Northern Constellation, 291 ; Northern 
Constellation chap., 28. 

Hubbard, Charles L., Merchant. J. D., Northern Constellation, 291. 

Knapp, Nathan. Merchant. Northern Constellation, 291 ; Northern Con- 
stellation chap., 28. 

Lathrop, L. C, Bookseller and Stationer. Steward, Northern Constellation, 
291. 

Miller, Philip B., Agriculturalist. P. Sec'y, Northern Constellation, 291; 
G. M., 1st Yeil, Northern Constellation chap., 28. 

Phillips, James S., Physician and Surgeon. P. M., Franklin, 216 ; P. H. P., 
Northern Constellation chap., 28 ; Royal and S. Master. 

Russell, Benjamin, Time-keeper N. N. Y. Railroad. P. M., Lake, 424; 
G. M., 3d Yeil, Northern Constellation chap., 28. 

Short, Wm. A., Foreman of Locomotive Engine Repairs N. N. Y. Railroad. 
S. D., Northern Constellation, 291. 

Thorndike, Gen. S. C. F., Treasurer Northern New York Railroad. P. M., 
Northern Constellation, 291 ; King, Northern Constellation chap., 28. 

MIDDLETOW1T, Orange County. 

Draper, Joshua, "Wool Hat Manufacturer. W. M., Hoffman, 412. 
Hunt, H. H., Carpet-bag Manufacturer, also Store, 92 Church St., N. York. 
J. W., Hoffman, 412. 
Lytle, James, Lumber, Coal, Flour, Produce, etc. Hoffman, 412. 
Wolfe, B. Y., Clothing Merchant. Hoffman, 412. 

MILLPORT, Chemung County. 
Crandall, Erastus, Carpenter and Joiner. Initiated a.l. 5815 ; Treasurer, 
Old Oak, 253 ; R. A. Mason. 
Frost, Horton, Blacksmith. Old Oak, 253. 
Howell, E. W., Blacksmith. W. M., Old Oak, 253. 
Pratt, Geo. W., Boat-builder. P. M., Old Oak, 253. 
Weller, T. Y., Agent N. Y. and E. Railroad. Tyler, Old Oak, 253. 

MOIKA, Franklin County. 

Bowen, N. C, Lumber Manufacturer. P. S. W., North Star, 107. 
Bowen, R. W., Architect and Builder. W. M., North Star, 107. 



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Lawrence, C. J., Merchant. Secretary, North Star, 107. 

North Star Lodge, 107, meets Wednesdays on or before full moon. 

ITEWBTJHG. 

Johnson, James, Soap-maker. Newburg, 309. 
Little, Samuel, Box-maker. S. D., Newburg, 309. 

NEW TOBK CITT. 

Allen, Julian, Wholesale Importer and Manufacturer of Tobacco, Cigars, etc., 
130 Water St. P. M., Abram's, 20 ; K., Orient chap., 138 ; Grand Steward 
Grand Lodge. 

Baldwin, J. Theo., 146 West Twenty-fourth St. Antiqnity, 11. 

Brewster, Nathan, Jobber Silks and Fancy Goods, 17 Park Place. Mount 
Vernon, 64, Norwalk, Ohio. 

Church, Charles L., Wine and Liquor Dealer, 527 Hudson St. G. T. of the 
G. Lodge of N. Y. ; P. M., St. John's, 1 ; P. G. H. P. of Grand Chapter; Co- 
lumbian com., 1 ; G. H. of Cosmopolitan G. C. 

Jefferys, George, Machinist and Manufacturer of Bose Engines, Lathes, Tools, 
Buling and Brading Machines, etc., 181 Broadway. Yew Tree, 461. 

McDermott, W. J., M.D. W. M., Wyoming, 492., Westchester, West- 
chester County, N. Y. 

Nixen, Wm. W., 39 Johnson St., Brooklyn. P. M., Antiquity, 11 ; P. H. P., 
Jerusalem chap., 8 ; P. G., Columbian com., 1 ; Columbian coun., 1 ; P. D. G. M., 
Grand Council. 

Beading, M. Ploy, 50 Seventh St. S. D., Antiquity, 11. 

Van Brakle, C. H. J. D., Watertown, 49 ; Secretary, Watertown B. A. 
chap., 59; Bee, Watertown com., 11 ; G. E.P. and S. M., N. Y. ; G.L.ofP.,1; 
E. of E. and W., and P. of J; S. P. B. C, 18. 

Vase, Bichard, 54 William St. J. D., Antiquity, 11. 

Wagstaff, David, Wholesale Grocer, 78 Cortlandt St. Adelphic, 348 ; Adel- 
phic chap., 158 ; Adelphic coun., 7 ; Morton com., 4. 

Webb, Col. Thomas S., Proprietor of National Hotel, 7 Cortlandt St. Clinton, 
47, Ohio ; Hiram chap., 18, Ohio ; Massillon com., 4, Ohio. 

White, James L., Bookseller, 92 West Twenty-seventh St. Mosaic, 418. 

Williams, Thos. S., First Av. and Twenty-third St. Secretary, Harlem, 457. 

NIAGAHA PALLS, Niagara County. 

Brown, Geo. L., Locomotive Engineer. J. M. of Cer., Niagara Frontier, 132 ; 
Ames chap., 88 ; Bruce coun., 15. 

Brown, Wesley P., Locomotive Fireman. Niagara Frontier, 132. 

Clark, J. B., Locomotive Engineer. Niagara Frontier, 132 ; Ames chap., 88. 

Coleman, Bobt. B., Proprietor International Hotel, also Eastern House, Bal- 
timore, Md. Niagara Frontier, 132. 

Deutscher, Julius, Harness-maker and Carriage-trimmer. Niagara Frontier, 132. 

Gibbs, Tyler, Paper Manufacturer. J. W., Niagara Frontier, 132 ; Ames 
chap., 88. 

Graf, Joseph, Baggage Master N. Y. C. Eailroad. P. S. D., Concordia, 143. 



NEW YORK. 303 

Hamlin, John P., Banker. Treasurer, Niagara Frontier, 132 ; Fort Meig's 
chap., 29, Ohio ; Toledo com., 7. 

Hawes, Daniel H., Collector and Insurance Agent. Niagara Frontier, 132. 

Hochstetter, Albert, Merchant. Niagara Frontier, 132. 

Holmes, J. W., Foreman Oar Shop. S. W., Niagara Frontier, 132 ; Ames 
chap., 88 ; Bruce coun., 15. 

Howard, Hiram M., Locomotive Engineer. Niagara Frontier, 132 ; Ames 
chap., 88 ; Genesee com., 10. 

Johnson, F. H., Proprietor Cave of the Winds at the Falls. Initiated ax. 
5817 ; Chaplain, Niagara Frontier, 132 ; Ames chap., 88 ; Genesee com., 10. 

Munn, 0. L., Goat Island Toll Gate. Secretary, Niagara Frontier, 132 ; 
Ames chap., 88. 

Murdock, John F., Postmaster. Niagara Frontier, 132. 

Neilson, H., Liquors, Groceries, Provisions, etc. Niagara Frontier, 132 ; 
Ames chap., 88. 

Niagara Frontier Lodge, 132, was chartered June 10th, a.l. 5848. -Regular 
meetings, first and third Wednesdays. 

Pierce, John, Groceries and Provisions. Niagara Frontier, 132. 

Sheldon, H. H., Attorney at Law. P. M., Niagara. Frontier, 132 ; Ames 
chap., 88 ; Lake Erie com., 20. 

Sloan, F. A., Clerk, International House. Keystone, 235. 

Thomas, Ambrose, Physician and Surgeon. Initiated a.l. 5816 ; P. M., 
Niagara Frontier, 132 ; Ames chap., 88. 

Waddell, James, Merchant Tailor. J. D., Niagara Frontier, 132 ; Ames 
chap., 88. 

White, Samuel L., Machinist. W. M., Niagara Frontier, 132 ; Ames chap , 88. 

NINEVEH, Broome County. 

Guy, Timothy, Physician and Surgeon. W. M., Nineveh, 360 ; C. H., Vallo- 
nia chap., 162. 

NOETH HOOSICK. 

Downer, A. H., Book-keeper. Van Rensselaer, 400 ; Apollo chap., 48 ; 
Apollo com., 15. 
Shrieves, Thomas, Farmer. Van Rensselaer, 400. 

OGDEKSBUEG-, St. Lawrence County. 

Bacon, Fred. A., Attorney at Law. J. D., Ogdensburgh, 128. 

Barnes, R. M., Inspector of Customs. Treasurer, Ogdensburgh, 128. 

Burt, Charles S., Morocco Manufacturer. W. M., Ogdensburgh, 128 ; P. Sec- 
retary, Ogdensburgh chap., 63. 

Cummings, O. S., Machinery Manufacturer. Ogdensburgh, 128. 

Derby, T. N, General Traveling Agent for Great Western D. and M. Rail- 
ways. Ogdensburgh, 128 ; Ogdensburgh chap., 63. 

Dow, James M., Photographic Artist. Ogdensburgh, 128. 

Fairchild, John H., Civil Engineer and Insurance Agent. Ogdensburgh, 128 ; 
H. P., Ogdensburgh chap., 63 ; Adelphic coun., 7 ; Order High Priesthood. 

Flagg, Isaiah H., Grocer. S. M. of Cer., Ogdensburgh, 128 ; Ogdensburgh 
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Geer, C. P., Express Agent. Ogdensburgh, 128. 

Gilbert, Silvester, retired Merchant and Banker. P. M., Ogdensburgh, 128 ; 
P. H. P., Ogdensburgh chap., 63 ; Knights Templar. Initiated November, 
a.l. 5813, Geneva, N. Y. ; Deputy Grand H. P., Grand Chapter, N. Y. 

Johnson, Riley, Proprietor Johnson Hotel. Ogdensburgh, 128 ; G. M. 2d 
Veil, Ogdensburgh chap., 63. 

Lewis, N., Cabinet Manufacturer. Ogdensburgh, 128 ; Scribe, Ogdensburgh 
chap., 63. 

Mack, Clothier. Secretary, Ogdensburgh, 128. 

McDonald, J. G., Manufacturer, and Dealer in Coffee, Spices, Groceries and 
Provisions, etc. Ogdensburgh, 128 ; Scribe, Ogdensburgh chap., 63. 

Northrup, H. D., Shingle Manufacturer. Ogdensburgh, 128. 

Partridge, A. S., Pearl Barley Manufacturer. S. D., Ogdensburgh, 128. 

Ransom, John D., Yankee Notions, etc. P. M., Ogdensburgh, 128 ; P. S., 
Ogdensburgh chap., 63. 

Service, Samuel, Architect and Builder. P. S. D., Ogdensburgh, 128 ; G. M. 
3d Veil, Ogdensburgh chap., 63. 

Spencer, James C, Attorney at Law ; U. S. Attorney Northern District New 
York. Franklin, 216 ; Ogdensburgh chap., 63. 

OLEAlf, Cattaraugus County. 

Barse, C. V. B., Hardware, Nails, Glass, etc. Treasurer, Olean, 252. 

Bennie, H. D., Grocer. P. M., Olean, 252 ; H. P., Olean chap., 150 ; St. 
John's com., 24. 

Bennie, M. B., Book-keeper and Clerk. J. W., Olean, 252. 

Cary, C. S., Attorney at Law. Olean, 252. 

Crocker, Fred., Lumberman. Olean, 252 ; G. M. 3d Veil, Olean chap., 150. 

Pish, H. W., Postmaster. Olean, 252. 

Homer, S. E., Bating Saloon at Depot. Olean, 252 ; Olean chap., 150. 

Nason, Benj. E. S., Lumberman. P. J. W., Olean, 252. 

Norton, Geo. W., Cigar Manufacturer. S. W., Qlean, 252. 

Russell, Martin, Merchant. P. M., Olean, 252 ; P. H. P., Olean chap., 150. 

Scott, J. L., Merchant Tailor. J. D., Olean, 252. 

Shaw, John S., Agent N. Y. and E. Railroad. Secretary, Olean, 252. 

Wilcox, Nathan P., Dry Goods Merchant. W. M., Olean, 252 ; P. H. P., 
Olean chap., 150 ; St. John's com., 24. 

OSWEGO. 

Judd, B. Jessie, Conductor N. Y. and E. Railroad. Friendship, 153 ; New 
Jerusalem chap., 47 ; De Molay com., 22. 

Rogers, Chas. H., Engineer N. Y. and E. Railroad. Friendship, 153. 

OWE GO, Tioga County. 

Carmichael, Chas. S., Jeweler. S. M. of Cer., Friendship, 153. 
Curtiss, Allen, Distiller. Friendship, 153. 

Hoskins, Watson L., Watches, Jewelry, and Fancy Goods. S. W., Friend- 
ship, 153 ; C. H., New Jerusalem chap., 47 ; Malta com., 21. 



NEW YORK. 305 

Hull, Fred. K., Druggist. P. Secretary, Friendship, 153 ; New Jerusalem 
chap., 47. 

Johnson, Horace P., "Wagon and Carriage Manufacturer. S. D., Friendship, 
153. 

Paige, Thomas S., Dry Goods Salesman. Secretary, Friendship, 153 ; P. S. 
W., "Wilton, 24, Minnesota; B. A. C, New Jerusalem chap., 47. 

Saunders, 0. F., Produce Dealer, and Tin and Copper Smith. P. J. "W., 
Friendship, 153 ; King, New Jerusalem chap., 47. 

Upham, Joseph B., Salesman for Isaac Hall, Boot and Shoe Merchant. P. 
Secretary, Friendship, 153. 

"Warren, Chas. W., Eailroad Conductor and Operative Mason. "W. M., 
Friendship, 153 ; P. Scribe, New Jerusalem chap., 47 ; Monroe com., 12. 

"Weiss, S. "W., Methodist Episcopal Minister. Member, Carbondale, 249, Pa. 

Willard, Eobbins D., Proprietor Ah-wa-ga House. P. S. W., Friendship, 
153 ; P. Treas., New Jerusalem chap., 47. 

PAINTED POST, Steuben County. 

Edwards, H. D., Postmaster, and Jeweler. P. M., Montour, 168 ; C. H., 
Addison chap., 146. 

Farwell, Benj., Boot and Shoe Dealer. P. M., Montour, 168. Initiated a.l. 
5822. 

Gray, Andrew, Fanning Mill and Plow Manufacturer. J. D., Montour, 168. 

Hodgman, W. S., Manufacturer and Dealer in Flour, Plaster, and Lumber. 
P. J. and S. "W., Montour, 168 ; G. M. 2d Veil, Addison chap., 146. 

Eaymond, J. 0., Leather Manufacturer. W. M., Montour, 168 ; Addison 
chap., 146 ; St. Omer's com., 19. 

Shattuck, A. L., Lumber Dealer. Montour, 168. 

Wilder, James Z., Blacksmith. Tyler, Montour, 168. 

Young, J. F., Deputy Postmaster. Treasurer, Montour, 168. 

PEEKSKILL. 

Depew, George "W., Iron Works, Main St. Cortlandt, 189. 
Frear, James M., Book-keeper at Seabury & Sandford's Iron Works, Centre 
St. Cortlandt, 189. 
Martin, J. G., Agent H. E. Eailroad Office. Monumental, 374, Bed Hook. 

PELHAMVILLE. 

Case, John, Hatter. Huguenot, 448. 

PEITM" YAM", Yates County. 

Ayres, L. S., Postmaster and Agent Fire and Life Insurance Co. P. Sec, 
Milo, 108 ; Penn Yan chap., 100. 

Dubell, Peter, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. J. W., Milo, 108 ; Penn Yan 
chap., 100. 

Farwell, A. T. and S. S., Proprietors Eagle Hotel. Milo, 108. 

Graham, Lewis B., County Clerk. P. J. "W., Milo, 108 ; Penn Yan chap., 100. 

Holmes, Farley, Contractor. Milo, 108 ; P. Scribe, Penn Yan chap., 100 ; 
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Judd, Charles G., Attorney at Law. Initiated, April 9th, a.l. 5847 ; Exalted, 
September 6th, a.l. 5847 ; P. M., Milo, 108 ; Past H. P., Penn Yan chap., 100; 
P. E.C., Jerusalem com., 17 ; P. G. G. of G. com., N. Y.; Eight Eminent G. 
Commander of Knights Templars, N. Y. 

Kelly, Charles, Saloon-keeper. Milo, 108. 

Letts, James M., Ambrotype and Photographic Gallery in Penn Yan and 
Dundee. P. S. W., Dundee, 123 ; Elmira chap., 42 ; St. Omer's com., 19. 

Lewis, Judge John L., Attorney at Law. First Mason initiated in Milo, 108, 
May 1st, a.l. 5846 ; Exalted, February, a.l. 5847 ; P. M., Milo, 108 ; P. H. P., 
Penn Yan chap., 100 ; Past G. M. Grand Lodge, N. Y. ; P. G. High P.,N.Y; 
Past Grand Commander, Jerusalem com., 17 ; P. G. Generalissimo, G. C, N. Y.; 
Deputy Gen. Grand H. P., G. chap., U. S. ; Emeritus Lieutenant Commander 
of Cosmopolitan Consistory ; Sovereign Prince Eoyal Secret, 32d. 

Long, Wm. H., Hardware Dealer. P. S. D., Milo, 108. 

Miller, E. C, Architect and Builder. S. M. of Ceremonies, Milo, 108. 

Morgan, James D., Jr., Hardware Dealer. Milo, 108. 

Norris, James B., Proprietor Norris House. Milo, 108. 

Poyneer, Fred, Agent N. Y. and E. R. B. S. W., Milo, 108 ; Scribe, Penn 
Yan chap., 100; Prelate, Jerusalem com., 17. 

Randall, F. H., Druggist and Apothecary. Acting Treas., Milo, 108 

Remer, William T., Sheriff. P. S. W., Milo, 108 ; Treas., Penn Yan chap., 
100 ; Jerusalem com., 17. 

Van Norman, Proprietor Railroad House. P. M., Seneca Lake, 308. 

Woodworth, Abner, Agriculturalist. Initiated a.l. 5813 ; P. S. "W., Milo, 
108 ; Past K. and S., Penn Yan chap., 100 ; Jerusalem com., 17. 

PHELPS, Ontario County. 

Bowker, S. K, Carriage Manufacturer. S. M. of Ceremonies, Sincerity, 200. 

Brockway, G. W., Agriculturalist, Dealer in Stock, etc. Sincerity, 200. 

Carpenter, C. H., Physician and Surgeon. W. M., Sincerity, 200 ; Seneca 
chap., 36; Seneca com., U. D. 

Cline, W., Dry Goods and Groceries. Sincerity, 200. 

Flower, James B., Farmer and Merchant. Sincerity, 200. 

Jones, William, Miller. Sincerity, 200. 

Peck, E. J., Farmer and Professor Union School. S. D., Sincerity, 200 ; 
Geneva chap., 36. 

Phelps, E. N., Editor and Publisher of Democratic Star. S. W., Sincerity, 200. 

POET JEEVIS, Orange County. 

Bliley, Stephen, Track Master, N. Y. and E. R. R. S. D., Union, 95 ; G. M, 
2d Veil, Elmira chap., 42 ; Southern Tier coun., 16 ; J. W., St. Omer's com., 19. 

Everitt, Martin C, Merchant. P. Secretary, Port Jervis, 328. 

Ferguson, Rufus, Druggist. W. M., Port Jervis, 328 ; Corinthian chap., 159. 

Finn, Mathew J., Train Dispatcher. Port Jervis, 328. 

Fossard, George H., M.D., Port Jervis, 328. 

Gray, Charles B., Watchmaker and Jeweler. J. M. of Ceremonies, Port 
Jervis, 328. 



NEW YORK. 301 

Hardenburgh, Charles, Physician and Druggist. P. Secty., Port Jervis, 328 ; 
Initiated a.l: 5826. 

Lee, Philip, Merchant Tailor. J. D., Port Jervis, 328. 

McGinnis, John C, Locomotive Engineer. Port Jervis, 328; Corinthian 
chap., 159. 

Norton, James H., Editor Tri States Union. Port Jervis, 328. 

Stewart, William H., Carriage Manufacturer. P. S. W., Port Jervis, 328 ; 
P. Scribe, Corinthian chap., 159 ; Royal and S. Master ; Palestine com., 18. 

POTSDAM, St. Lawrence County. 

Blaisdell, Justin H., Grocery and Furniture. P. M., Racket River, 213 ; Pt. 
P. S., St. Lawrence chap., 24. 

Cole, Gideon T., Physician and Surgeon. Racket River, 213 ; King, St. 
Lawrence chap., 24. 

Fugle, Fred F., Proprietor St. Lawrence Hotel. St. Lawrence, 111 ; Royal 
Arch Mason. 

Phelps, H. M., Marble Tomb Stones & Monuments. S. W., Racket River, 213. 

Redway, H. N., County Treasurer, General Ins. Agent. P. S. W., Racket 
River, 213 ; P. H. P., St. Lawrence chap., 24. 

Sanford, Joseph H., retired from business. Initiated a.l. 5824. P. M., 
Racket River, 213 ; H. P., St. Lawrence chap., 24. 

Usher, Bloomfield, Jr., Banker. Sec, Racket River, 213 ; Sec, St. Law- 
rence chap., 24. 

VanAlstine, C.W., Photographer. Racket River, 213 ; St Lawrence chap., 24. 

Wadleigh, G. S., Chair Manufacturer. S. D., Racket River, 213. 

Wilson, E. B., Grocer. Racket River, 213. 

FOTJGHKEEFSIE. 

Camron, A., Carpenter and Builder, South Hamilton St. Poughkeepsie, 266. 

Champlain, Albert H., Teller, Farmers' and Manufacturers' Bank, Market 
St. Poughkeepsie, 266. 

Fowler, Sidney, Gilder, Water St. P. M., Poughkeepsie, 266. 

Freeman. John, Chairmaker, South Water St. P. M., Poughkeepsie, 266. 

Gausmann, George, Masonic Hall, Main St. P. M., Trinity, 12. 

Hitchcock, J. C, Superintendent of Poor of Dutches Co. P. M., Pough- 
keepsie, 266. 

McLean, John, Provision Store, 241 Main St. Poughkeepsie, 266. 

Scheckle, John, Merchant Tailor, 341 Main St. Poughkeepsie, 266. 

Seaman, James H., Justice of Peace and Co. Treas. Poughkeepsie, 266. 

Seines, George, Merchant Tailor, 280 Main St. Poughkeepsie, 266. 

Shultz, Simon, Shoe Store, 290 Main St. Poughkeepsie, 266. 

Tallman, John P. H., Attorney and Banker. Poughkeepsie, 266. 

HHINEBECK. 

Judson, John D., Hardware, East Market St. Rhinebeck, 432. 
Quick, Smith, Sash and Blind Maker, East Market St. P. M., Silentia, 198 ; 
W. M., Rhinebeck, 432. 
Vankewren, Hiram T., Liquor Dealer, West Market St. Rhinebeck, 432. 



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RICHBTJRG, Allegany County. 
Harris, Orville, Hotel-keeper. Chemung Valley, 350. 

ROCHESTER, Monroe County. 

Ailing, William S., Paper Dealer, 10 and 12 Exchange St. Yonnondio, 163 ; 
Hamilton chap., 62 ; Eoyal and Select Master ; Monroe com., 12. 

Austin, Mervin, Architect, 14 Masonic Block, 3d story. Yonnondio, 163; 
Hamilton chap., 62. 

Bruff, Wm. W., Druggist, Exchange above Buffalo St. W. M., Yonnondio, 
163 ; Hamilton chap., 62 ; Monroe com., 12. 

Carpenter, H. H, Merchant. Hamilton chap., 62 ; Monroe com., 12. 

Gould, Amos, Locomotive Engineer. Valley, 109. 

Hall, E. R., Agent for the London Publishing Co. Valley, 109 ; P. S., 
Hamilton chap., 62 ; Monroe com., 12. 

Harrison, Joseph, Locomotive Engineer. Valley, 109 ; Hamilton chap., 62 ; 
Monroe com., 12. 

Lathrop, William E., Merchant. P. M., Yonnondio, 163 ; P. H. P., Hamilton 
chap., 62 ; P. G. C, Monroe encpt., 12 ; P. G. M., Grand Encpt. 

Pellett, S. S., Ticket Agent, New York Central Railroad. Valley, 109; 
Hamilton chap., 62 ; Monroe com., 12. 

Pickett, N. A., Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Wines, Liquors, etc., 31 
Exchange St. Valley, 109 ; Hamilton chap., 62 ; Monroe com., 12. 

Rapalji, A. B., Physician and Surgeon, cor. Main and Clinton Sts. Yonnon- 
dio, 163 ; Hamilton chap., 62 ; Monroe com., 12. 

Smith, E. Darwin, Lawyer. Yonnondio, 163 ; Hamilton chap., 62 ; Monroe 
com., 12. 

Tuller, Horace, Dry Goods Merchant, 12 State St. Yonnondio, 163 ; King, 
Hamilton chap., 62 ; Generalissimo, Monroe com., 12. 

RONDOUT. 

Coen, E. A., Engineer and Contractor for the Erection of Coal Gas Works. 
Rondout, 343. 

McEntree, C, Flour and Grain Dealer, Ferry St. W. M., Rondout, 343 ; 
Mount Horeb chap., 75. 

ROUSE'S POINT, Clinton County. 

Barry, B. P., Station Agent N. N. Y. Railroad. Sec, Lake, 424. 

Colombe, Ambrose, Railroad Conductor. Steward, Lake, 424. 

Holcomb, Emmet T., Mercantile Clerk and Deputy Postmaster. Lake, 424. 

Keef, Thomas, Freight Clerk, V. C. Railroad. P. S. D., Columbus, 11, Ver- 
mont. 

Milliete, Joseph, Jr., Merchant. Treas., Lake, 424. 

Morgan, George W., Locomotive Engineer. Lake, 424. 

Shaw, James, Proprietor Massachusetts House. Lake, 424. 

Wales, T. R., Merchant. W. M., Lake, 424. 

Webster, B. C, Proprietor Webster House. Initiated a.l. 5821 ; S. W., 
Lake, 424. 



NEW YORK. 309 

SARATOGA SPRINGS. 

Adams, J. W., Manufacturer, and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Leather, 
Oil, etc., 208 Broadway. Rising Sun, 103. 

Benedict, 0. B., Freight Agent, Rensselaer and Saratoga Railroad. Frank- 
lin, 90. 

Bullard, Gardner, Poultry, Fish, and Fruit, 175 Broadway. Rising Sun, 103 j 
Rising Sun chap., 131. 

Burlingame, Charles W., Agent National Ex. Co., 150 Broadway. Rising 
Sun, 103. 

Chapman, J. R., Engineer, Saratoga and "Washington Railroad, 100 Broad- 
way. Apollo, 13 ; Rising Sun chap., 131. 

Durkee, C. E., Books, Stationery, etc., 124 Broadway. Rising Sun, 103. 

Fuller, William G., Proprietor Columbian Hotel, 226 and 228 Broadway. 
Rising Sun, 103. 

Putnam, L. B., M.D., Druggist, 5 Centre House. Rising Sun, 103 ; Rising 
Sun chap., 131. 

Rouse, J. R., Druggist, 138 Broadway. Rising Sun, 103. 

Tabor, George S., Builder, Congress St. W. M., Rising Sun, 103. 

SATJGERTIES, Ulster County. 
Boies, J. M., Main St. Ulster, 193. 
Butzel, John L., Merchant. Ulster, 193 ; R. A. M. 
Winans, H., Attorney at Law, Main St. Oasis, 119. 

SENECA FALLS, Seneca County. 

Cushman, David, Foreman Downs & Co.'s Furnace. Pocahontas, 211. 

Downs, Abel, firm of Downs & Co., Manufacturers of every description of 
Suction and Force Pumps, Garden Engines, Skeins and Boxes, Sad Irons and 
Hardware generally : Goffe's Patent Knitting Machines, American Lock-stitch 
Sewing Machines. Pocahontas, 21 L. 

Geer, Thomas, Moulder for Downs & Co. Pocahontas, 211. 

Goffe, A. J., Manufacturer Knitting Machines and Hosiery. W. M., Poca- 
hontas, 211 ; P. H. P., Cohoes chap., 168 ; Order High Priesthood; Salem Town 
com., 16. 

Hall, Henry A., Track Master. Salem Town, 326. 

King, Wm. H., Broker. Initiated a.l. 5815, in Sharon coun., member Poca- 
hontas, 211. 

Lynn, John, Foreman Island Manufactory Rotary Pumps, etc. Pocahontas, 
211. 

McDonald, J. H., Dry Goods and Millinery. Pocahontas, 211. 

Moore, L. T., Foreman Ornamental Painter for Downs & Co. P. M., Poca- 
hontas, 211 ; C. H., Salem Town chap., U. D. 

Phillips, H. F., Foreman Downs & Co.'s Manufacturing Establishment. Senior 
M. of Ceremonies, Pocahontas, 211. 

Pontius, Geo., Proprietor American Hotel, Agriculturalist and Hardware 
Dealer. Pocahontas, 211. 

Reed, Jacob A., Moulder for Downs & Co. Pocahontas, 211. 



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Reed, L. J., Clerk at Depot of N. Y. Central Railroad. Northfield, 426. 

Stowell, Henry, Proprietor and Publisher of Seneca Palls Reveille. Secretary, 
Pocahontas, 211. 

Stowell, Perry, Foreman Downs & Co.'s Knitting Machine Shop. J. W., 
Pocahontas, 211 ; Salem Town chap., U. D. 

Tyler, B. J., Miller and Distiller. P. M., Pocahontas, 211 ; Seneca chap., 36 ; 
Salem Town com., 16. 

Van Alstine, E., Moulder for Downs & Co. Grafton Lodge, Til. 

Wilcoxen, G., Attorney at Law, Collecting and Insurance Agent. P. J. W., 
Pocahontas, 211. 

Williams, H. L., Foreman Downs & Co.'s Knitting Factory. Pocahontas, 
211 ; Salem Town chap., U. D. 

SINCLEARVHiLE, Chautauque County. 

Allen, C. J., Ex-Senator State of Conn., and Merchant. P. M., Sylvan, 303. 

George, Isaac, Universalist Clergyman. Forest, 166 ; Fredonia chap., 76 ; 
Lake Erie com., 20. 

Henderson, Wm. W., M.D. and Druggist. W. M., Sylvan, 303. 

Skinner, Ebenezer, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. P. J. W., Sylvan, 303 ; 
Royal Arch Mason, Royal and S. Master and Knight Templar. 

"Wilson, C. S., Justice of the Peace and Attorney at Law. J. W., Sylvan, 303. 

SING SING. 
Johnson, Wm. G., Butcher. "Westchester, 180. 

O'Brien, Nicholas, Jr., Hudson River Stone Works. Westchester, 180. 
Perrigo, Lyman, Shoemaker. J. W., Westchester, 180. 
Preston, Job, Tailor. Tyler, Westchester, 180. 
Smith, J. Malcom, Justice of the Peace. P. M., Westchester, 180. 

SMITH VILLE FLATS, Chenango County. 
Bailey, J. C, Proprietor Smithville Hotel. Templar, 203. 

SUSPENSION BRIDGE, Niagara County. 

Brown, Henry, Clothing Merchant. Niagara Frontier, 132. 

Fridenburgh, Benj., Fancy Dry Goods. Concordia, 143. 

Silberberg, Marcus, Clothing Merchant. Niagara Frontier, 132. 

Skipper, Geo., Locomotive Engineer. Senior M. of Ceremonies, Niagara 
Frontier, 132; Ames chap., 88; Bruce coun., 15; Standard Bearer, Genesee 
com., 10. 

Yule, R., Telegraph Operator. Trent, 39, Canada West. 

SYRACUSE, Onondaga County. 

Avery, Augustus, 371 North Salina St. Central City, 305. 

Baldwin, Daniel Pratt, Law Student. Central City, 305. 

Barton, J., Manufacturer, Importer, and Wholesale Dealer in Cigars and 
Tobacco, 78 East Genesee St. Late Syracuse, 102. 

Bigelow, J. G., Homoeopathic Physician, 57 Warren St. Central City, 305. 

Butler, John G., Mechanics' Bank. Central City, 305 ; Syracuse chap., 70 ; 
Central City com., 25. 



NEW YORK. 311 

Cator, H. H., Physician, 51 Warren St. Central City, 305 ; Syracuse chap., 
70 ; Central City com., 25. 

Crow, James M., Clerk, Sherman House. Central City, 305. 

Eisner, Leopold, M.D. Syracuse, 501. 

Fiske, W. B., Clothing, Cloths, etc., 17 South Salina St. Central City, 305. 
Fry, D. L., Piano-forte Manufacturer, 29 Orange St. Late Syracuse, 102 • 
Syracuse chap., 70. 

Gay, Calvin B., Dealer in Boots and Shoes, 1 Washington Block.- Central 
City, 305 ; Syracuse chap., 70. 

Griswold, D., Manufacturer of Hats, Ca*ps, and Furs, 22 North Salina St. 
Central City, 305. 

Hamilton, William P., 19 South Salina St. Central City, 305 ; Syracuse 
chap., 70. 

Haskins, H. B., 336 North Salina St. Central City, 305 ; Syracuse chap., 70. 

Jacobson, Israel, Traveling Dealer in Jewelry, Watches, etc. Cayuga, 221 ; 
Syracuse chap., 70. 

Joy, Lewis B., Architect and Superintendent of Buildings, 14 and 15, third 
story, Dillaye Buildings. W. M., Syracuse, 501. 

Lamson, Wm. P., Agent American Express Co. Central City, 305 ; Palmyra 
Eagle chap., 79; Central City com., 25. 

McDougall, E., Dealer in Boots and Shoes, 53 North Salina St. Central 
City, 305 ; Syracuse chap., 70 ; Central City com., 25. 

Olmsted, H. B., Saddlery and Coach Hardware, 1 Washington Stores. Cen- 
tral City, 305 ; Syracuse chap., 70 ; Central City com., 25. 

Palmer, Manering C, Clothier and Merchant Tailor, 17 North Salina St. 
Late of Fort Brewerton, 256 ; Syracuse chap., 70. 

Proctor, H. B., Watchmaker and Jeweler, 14 East Genesee St. Central 
City, 305. 

Seymour, Joseph, Silverware and Masonic Jewels of all kinds. Central City, 
305 ; Syracuse chap., 70 ; Central City com., 25. 

Stillwell, H. W., Boots, Shoes, Leather, and Findings, 30 North Salina St.. 
Central City, 305 ; Syracuse chap., 70 ; Central City com., 25. 

Thurbur, Edward, Manufacturer of Bakestuffs and Confectionery. Central 
City, 305 ; Syracuse chap., 70 ; Central City com., 25. 

Thurman, Washington. Union, 95 ; Elmira chap., 42 ; S. W., St. Omer's 
com., 19. 

Valintine, D., Watches and Jewelry, 21 South Salina St. Central City, 305. 

Van Slyke, D. B., M.D., Dealer in Drugs, Groceries, etc., 23 and 25 North 
Salina St. Central City, 305. 

Webb, Wm. H., 29 East Washington St. Central City, 305. 

Wood, B., Confectionery Store, 68 South Salina St. Central City, 305; 
Syracuse chap., 70 ; Central City com., 25. 

TAEKYTOWKT. 

Brewer, James P., Builder. Solomon's, 196. 
Chester, W. L., Clerk. Solomon's, 196. 

Schillinsky, Gustavus, Carriage Trimmer, etc. Solomon's, 196. 
Taylor, George B., Lumber and Coal Merchant, Dobbs's Ferry. Solomon's, 
196. 



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TEOT. 

Adams, Henry G., M.D., 18 King St. Mount Zion, 311 ; Apollo chap., 48 ; 
Apollo com., 15. 

Arnold, Oliver A., General Coal Dealer, 433 Eiver St. Schaghticoke Pt. 
Mount Zion, 311 ; Apollo chap., 48. 

Babcock, George, Book-keeper, Rensselear Iron Works. Mount Zion, 311 ; 
P. M., Franklin, 90; P. H. P., Apollo chap., 48; P. C. G., Apollo com., 15. 

Ball, Marcus, Lawyer, Museum Building. P. M., Mount Vernon, 311; 
Apollo chap., 48 ; Apollo com., 15. * 

Banfield, Robert P., Master Mechanic, Rensselaer Iron "Works. Apollo, 13 ; 
Apollo chap., 48 ; Apollo com., 15. 

Bloss, Richard, M.D. P. M., King Solomon's Primitive, 91 ; P. H. P., Apollo 
chap., 48 ; P. 0., Apollo com., 15. 

Boutell, Josiah W., General Freight Agent Troy and Boston Railroad. King 
Solomon's Primitive, 91 ; Apollo chap., 48 ; Apollo com., 15. 

Boutwell, Oliver, Proprietor BoutwelFs Mill, River, near Rensselaer St. 
King Solomon's Primitive, 91. 

Bradley, J. M., Flour and Provisions. 139 River St. Jerusalem, 355 ; Phcenix 
chap., 133. 

Brandy, Joseph P., Wines, etc., 251 River St. Apollo, 13 ; Apollo chap., 48. 

Brush, C. W., 5 Fulton Market. P. M., Oscar Coles, 241 ; Apollo chap., 48. 

Cornwell, B. H., Superintendent Rensselaer Iron Works. St. Paul's, 124, 
Auburn, N. Y. ; Apollo chap., 48 ; Apollo com., 15. 

Crissey, Isaac W., Flour Merchant, 141 River St. Mount Zion, 311 ; Apollo 
chap., 48. 

Deal, J. M., Car Builder, Green Island. Apollo, 13; Apollo chap., 48; 
Apollo com., 15. 

Derapsey, James. King Solomon's Primitive, 91 ; Apollo chap., 48 ; Apollo 
com., 15. 

Gardner, G. W., Superintendent Clinton Foundery. King Solomon's Primi- 
tive, 91. 

Gregory, Geo. G. King Solomon's Primitive, 91 ; Apollo chap., 48 ; Apollo 
com., 15. 

Hogan, Theodore, M.D., Surgeon and Veterinary Surgeon, 610 River St. 
King Solomon's Primitive, 91. 

Holden, Chas. H., Conductor Rensselaer and Saratoga Railroad, Mansion 
House. Mount Zion, 311 ; Apollo chap., 48 ; Apollo com., 15. 

House, Hiram, Manufacturer of, and Wholesale Dealer in, Shirts and Collars, 
377 River St. W. M., Cambridge Valley, 481 ; Apollo chap., 48. 

Howell, M. R., Proprietor Phcenix Foundery, 543 River St. King Solomon's 
Primitive, 91. 

Hudson, James, Machinist, 541 River St. Apollo, 13 ; Apollo chap., 48. 

Jackson, Bradford, Moulder, Empire Works, 181 South Third St. Mount 
Zion, 311. 

Jones, David H., Job Printer, 216 River St. King Solomon's Primitive, 91 ; 
Apollo chap , 48. 

Jones, P. L., Clerk Police Court. Mount Zion, 311; Apollo chap., 48; 
Apollo com., 15. 



NEW YORK. 313 

Kemp, William, Troy Brass Foundery, 29 Third St. S. D., King Solomon's 
Primitive, 91 ; R. A. Oapt., Apollo chap., 48. 

Kenyon, James, Dealer in Wines and Liquors, 313 River St. Mount Zion, 
311 ; Glenn's Palls chap., 154. 

Kirkpatrick, S. B., Ornamental Painter, Green Island, cor. Canal and Hamil- 
ton Sts. Apollo, 13; Apollo chap., 48. 

McOafrey, Wm. H., Conductor R. and S. Railroad, Saratoga Springs. Mount 
Zion, 311. 

Moe, R. I., Transportation and Produce Business, 191 River St. Mount 
Zion, 311. 

Morris, Robert, General Freight Agent R. and S. Railroad, Green Island. 
King Solomon's Primitive, 91. 

Nutting, Merritt M., Dealer in Agricultural Implements, and Manufacturer 
of Wire Cloth, 357 and 359 River St. Apollo, 13. 

Otis, Geo. H., Accountant, A. & W. Orr & Co., State Dam. Mount Zion, 
311 ; Apollo chap., 48 ; Apollo com., 15. 

Parkman, Freeman F., Dry Goods, 15 Museum Buildings. Mount Zion, 311 ; 
Apollo chap., 48 ; Apollo com., 15. 
Powers, Lyman, 135 Congress St. P. M., Apollo, 13 ; Apollo com., 15. 
Price, A. B., Steamboat Agent, 5 Sixth St. King Solomon's Primitive, 91. 
Schoonmaker, C. C, Ambrotypist and Photographist, 282 River St. King 
Solomon's Primitive, 91. 

Selleck, H. K., Accountant. Mount Zion, 311 ; Apollo chap., 48 ; Apollo 
com., 15. 

Smith, George B., 2 Fulton Market. W. M., King Solomon's Primitive, 91 ; 
Apollo chap., 48. 

Swett, George W., Proprietor Empire Foundery, 231 Second St. King Solo- 
mon's Primitive, 91. 

Teson, Chas., Collector Rensselaer and Troy River Railroad Bridge. W. M., 
Apollo, 13; Apollo chap., 48. 

Thompson, M. V., Assistant Superintendent Albany Iron Works. Apollo, 
13 ; Apollo chap., 48. 

Tuthill, D. W., Accountant, Eaton, Gilbert & Co.'s Car Works. King Solo- 
mon's Primitive, 91 ; Apollo chap., 13. 

Warr, John, Dealer in Fine Groceries, 278 River St. King Solomon's Primi- 
tive, 91. 

White, Francis C, Conductor Troy and B. Railroad, Bennington, Vt. King 
Solomon's Primitive, 91 ; Apollo chap., 48 ; Apollo com., 15. 

White, J. T. B., Forwarding and Commission Merchant, 191 River St. King 
Solomon's Primitive, 91. 
Wilson, Mordecai M., Druggist, 321 River St. Mount Zion, 311. 
Wolf, T. T., Manufacturer and Dealer in Stoves, Hollow Ware, etc., 275 
River St. Mount Zion, 311. 
Woodworth, Thos. J., Gilder, 270 River St. Apollo, 13. 

TTWADILLA FOKKS. 
Hopkins, 0. S.< Fur Dealer. Floral, 260, Ohio. 



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VENICE, Cayuga County. 

Fordice, Benj. A., M.D. Cayuga, 221. 

WATEEPOKD. 

Higgins, John, Druggist and Apothecary, 67 Broad St. P. M., Clinton, 
140 ; Cohoes chap., 168. 

Van Hoevenburgh, D. M., Teller Saratoga Co. Bank. W. M., Clinton, 140 ; 
Cohoes chap., 168. 

WATERLOO, Seneca County. 

Fillingham, Tom, Woolen Manufacturer. Secretary, Seneca, 113; Salem 
Town chap., U. D. 

Lany, Enos, Foreman Weaving Shop in Woolen Factory. Seneca, 13. 

Marshall, Henry, Woolen Manufacturer. Seneca, 113 ; Salem Town chap., 
U. D. 

Marshall, Wm., Woolen Manufacturer. Seneca, 113. 

McLean, Wm. T., Lumber Manufacturer. S. W., Seneca, 113. 

O'Neil, John, Steam Bakery, Confectionery, and Manufacturer Fire Works. 
Seneca, 113. 

Beid, A; C, Groceries and Provisions. Seneca, 113. 

Wells, S. B., M.D. and Druggist, and Bookseller. W. M., Seneca, 113; 
Geneva chap., 36 ; Monroe com., 12. 

WATEETOWN. 

Van Brakle, Charles H. J. D., Watertown, 49 ; Secretary, Watertown chap., 
59 ; Recorder, Watertown com., 11 ; New York, L. 0. P., 1. ; New York, C. P. 
of J., 1. 

WATKHTS, Schuyler County. 

Dey, David, P., Captain Steamer Ben Loder, on Seneca Lake. Ark, 33; 
Geneva chap., 36. 

Evans, Thomas, Hardware Merchant. Junior M. of Ceremonies, Jefferson, 332. 

Freer, Geo. G., Attorney and Horticulturalist. Jefferson, 332. 

Hastings, M. A., Merchant Tailor. Jefferson, 332. 

Hudson, Lemuel, Physician and Surgeon, and Deputy U. S. Marshal. Ini- 
tiated a.l. 5815 ; Exalted a.l. 5816 ; P. M., Jefferson, 332 ; Elmira chap., 42. 

Seymour, H. B., Hardware Merchant. J. W., Jefferson, 332. 

Thompson, Samuel H, Builder. P. S. W., Jefferson, 332. 

Tompkins, Edwin D., Merchant. Secretary, Jefferson, 332. 

WAVEELT, Tioga County. 

Burdick, W. S., Watch-maker and Jeweler. Waverly, 407. 
Coley, James M., Baptist Clergyman and Druggist. Waverly, 407; New 
Jerusalem chap., 47. 

Hubbert, H. C, Justice of the Peace. Secretary, Waverly, 407. 
Jarvis, A., Postmaster and Beal Estate Agent. Treasurer, Waverly, 407. 
Johnson, Wm. E., M.D. Port Jervis, 328. 
Lamphear, Boot and Shoe Dealer. Waverly, 407. 



NEW YORK.. 315 

Langford, H. W., Saloon-keeper. J. W., Waverly, 407. 

Lowry, P., Architect and Builder. W. M., "Waverly, 407. 

Millspaugh, Wm. V., Batcher. P. Tyler, Waverly, 407. 

Peck, Wm., Proprietor Waverly Hotel. Waverly, 407. 

Pierce, John H., Physician and Surgeon. J. D., Waverly, 407. 

Powell, P., Merchant Tailor. Union, 108, Towanda, Pa. 

Powers, Geo. H., Marble Manufacturer. Waverly, 407. 

Eichardson, Lewis, Eailroad Conductor N. Y. and B. Railroad, Waverly, 407. 

WELLSVILLE or GENESEE STATION, Allegany County. 

Asher, John, Merchant. Sylvan Grove, 275. 

Coats, Ambrose G., Lumber Inspector. J. W., Scio, 230 ; C. H., Wellsville 
chap., 143. 

Parnum, C. L., Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. W. M., Scio, 230 ; Wellsville 
chap., 143 ; Eoyal and S. Master ; G., St. John's com., 24. 

Purple, Lucius M., Clinton Hotel. Scio, 230; Wellsville chap., 143. 

Taggart, Geo. L. Scio, 230. 

Talcott, H. P., Postmaster. P. Secretary, Scio, 230 ; P. H. P., Wellsville 
chap., 143; Eoyal and S. Master; St. John's com., 24. 

Warren, Geo. M., Boot and Shoe Dealer. Secretary, Scio, 230. 

York, Hiram, Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, etc. P. M., Scio, 230 ; H. P., 
Wellsville chap., 143 ; Eoyal and Select Master ; E. C, St. John's com., 24. 

"WEST DRESDEN, Yates County. 
Downey, Eobt., Agriculturalist. Seneca Lake, 308. 

"WESTFIELD, Chautauque County.' 

Booth, Thomas, Boot and Shoe Dealer. Past Tyler, Summit, 219. 

Buck, Edwin, and Son, Grocers and Manufacturers of Farming Utensils. 
Members, Summit, 219. 

Denison, E. W., Job Printer, News Agent, and Stationer. W. M., Summit, 
219 ; Deputy Grand Lecturer, N. Y. 

Hall, Byron, Flour and Produce Dealer. Summit, 219. 

Hall, G. A, M.D. S. W., Summit, 219. 

Harris, J. G., Flour Manufacturer. Forest, 166 ; Fredonia chap., 76. 

Maginnis, John, Mercantile Clerk. Summit, 219. 

Mann, David, Postmaster and Attorney. Initiated a.l. 5821 ; P. M., Summit, 
219 ; Eoyal Arch Mason. 

Patchen, A., Manufacturer of Mowing and Eeaping Machines. Summit, 219. 

Thompson, C. A., Surgeon Dentist. Summit, 219. 

Young, Z. C, Attorney at Law. Summit, 219 ; Fredonia chap., 76. 

"WINDSOR, Broome County. 
Dusenbury, Whitmore, Merchant. W. M., Windsor, 442 ; Vallonia chap., 162. 

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THE COURTESY OF MASONRY. 

Lodge, No. 227, under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Ireland, was 
attached, by a traveling warrant which had been granted in the year 1752. to 
the 46th Regiment of the British army, while serving in America during the war 
of the Revolution. The Lodge chest, at one time, says the London Freemasons' 
Review, " fell into the hands of the Americans ; they reported the circumstance 
to General Washington, who embraced the opportunity of testifying his estima- 
tion of Masonry in the most marked and gratifying manner, by directing that a 
guard of honor, under a distinguished officer, should take charge of the chest, 
with many articles of value belonging to the 46th, and return them to the regi- 
ment. The surprise, the feeling of both officers and men, may be imagined, 
when they perceived the flag of truce that announced this elegant compliment 
from their noble opponent, but still more noble brother. The guard of honor, 
with their flutes playing a sacred march ; the chest, containing the Constitution 
and implements of the Craft, borne aloft, like another ark of the covenant, 
equally by Englishmen and Americans, who, lately engaged in the strife of war, 
now marched through the enfiladed ranks of the gallant regiment that, with 
presented arms and colors, hailed the glorious act by cheers, which the senti- 
ment rendered sacred as the hallelujahs of an angel's song." 

A similar courtesy was extended to this Lodge on another and subsequent 
occasion. In the year 1805, while in the island of Dominica, the 46th Regiment 
was attacked by a French force, war at that time existing between the govern- 
ments of France and Great Britain, and again the Lodge had the misfortune to 
lose its chest, which was carried on board the French fleet, its captors having 
had no opportunity of discovering the nature of its contents. But, three years 
afterward, when the character of the prize had become known, the French 
government, at the earnest request of the officers who had commanded the ex- 
pedition, returned the chest, with several complimentary presents, as a tribute 
from an enlightened nation to the excellence and sacred character of the 
Masonic institution. 

In 1834, the warrant of constitution of this Lodge was renewed by the Grand 
Lodge of Ireland, on which occasion these interesting incidents in its history 
were elicited from the records. 

Of the ultimate fate of a Lodge whose vicissitudes in war form so interesting 
a portion of the annals of Freemasonry, it is fortunate that we can furnish the 
history. The Lodge became again dormant, but was revived on the 28th of 
March, 1848, and established permanently, in Montreal, as " The Lodge of Social 
and Military Virtues, No. 227," on the registry of the Grand Lodge of Ireland. 



In 1779, His Royal Highness, Omdit-ul-Omrah Bahauder, eldest son of the 
Nabob of the Carnatic, was initiated into the Masonic Order, in the Lodge at 
Trinchinopoly, near Madras. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of North Carolina was organized January 14th, 5771. 
Its Annual Communications are held in the City of Raleigh, commencing on 
the first Monday in December. Its membership is composed of the Grand 
Officers, Past Grand Masters, Past Grand Wardens, Past Grand Treasurers 
and Secretaries, and the Masters and "Wardens of its constituent Lodges. 
The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the following sources : — 

For a Dispensation for a new Lodge . . . $5 00 

For a Charter, in addition 10 00 

For Diplomas 50 

Each Lodge, annually 15 00 

There were 133 subordinate Lodges in this jurisdiction at its Annual Convo- 
cation, in December, 5859. Only 117 Lodges made returns, as follows: Number 
of members, 5742 ; Initiations, 445 ; Affiliations, 86 ; Dimissions, 200 ; Deaths, 
105 ; Suspensions, 25 ; Expulsions, 18 ; Grand Lodge dues, $1762 75. 
The Officers for the present Masonic year are as follows : — 

Lewis S. "Williams, M. W. Grand Master. 

E. "W. Ward, E. "W. Deputy Grand Master. 

H. C. Lucas, E. "W. Senior Grand "Warden. 

E. F. "Watson, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 

C. W. D. Hotchings, E. W. Grand Treasurer. 

Wm. T. Bain, R. W. Grand Secretary. 

Rev. Jno. F. Speight, W. Grand Chaplain. 

James M. Wynn, Senior Grand Deacon. 

R. T. Hall, Junior Grand Deacon. 

M. L. "Wriston, Grand Marshal. 

R. W. Best, Grand Sword Bearer. 

Ellis Malone, Grand Pursuivant. 

B. F. Benton, Grand Tyler. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No. Lodge. Location. 

1 St. John's, "Wilmington. 

2 Royal White Hart, Halifax. 

3 St. John's, Newbern. 
5 Charity, "Windsor. 
7 Unanimity, Edenton. 



Time of Meeting. 
Last Thursday. 
1st Saturday. 
2d Wednesday. 
2d Monday. 
3d Monday. 



O. L. Fillyaw. 
Jas. M. Grizzard. 
Chas. C. Clark. 
Wm. P. Gurley. 
Wm. E. Skinner. 
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No. 



Lodge. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



8 Phoenix, Fayetteville. 
17 Ameri'n George, Murfreesboro'. 

31 Phalanx, Charlotte. 

32 Stokes, Concord. 
37 Wm. R. Davie, Lexington. 
40 Hiram, Raleigh. 

45 Liberty, Wilkesboro'. 

56 King Solomon, Jackson. 

58 Concord, Tarboro'. 

69 Perseverance, Plymouth. 

64 Kilwinning, Wadesboro'. 

71 Eagle, Hillsboro'. 

75 Widow's Son, Camden. 

76 Greensboro', Greensboro'. 
78 Sharon, Greenville. 

81 Zion, Trenton. 

82 Mount Moriah, Statesville. 

83 Lafayette, Jacksonville. 

84 Fellowship, Smithfield. 

85 Morning Star, Nashville. 
88 Enfield, Enfield. 

90 Skewaikee, Williamston. 

91 Western Star, Rutherfordton. 

92 Joseph Warren, Stantonsburg. 

95 Jerusalem, Hookerton. 

96 St. John's, 

97 Wake Forest, 

98 Hiram, 



99 Fulton, 

101 Warren, 

102 Columbus, 

103 Pasquotank, 

104 Orr, 

106 Perquimons, 

107 Clinton, 

108 Belmont, 

109 Franklin, 

110 St. John's, 

111 Wentworth, 

112 Wayne, 

113 Person, 

114 St. Alban's, 

115 Holly Springs, 

116 Germanton, 

117 Mount Lebanon.Wilson. 

118 Mount Hermon, Asheville. 

121 Logan, Jamestown. 

122 Tuscarora, Oxford. 

123 Franklinton, Franklinton. 



Kinston. 

Dunnsville. 

Clinton. 

Salisbury. 

Kenansville. 

Pittsboro'. 

Elizabeth City. 

Washington. 

Hertford. 

Yanceyville. 

Bear Swamp. 

Beaufort. 

Smithville. 

Wentworth. 

Everettsville. 

Roxboro'. 

Lumberton. 

Holly Springs. 

Germanton. 



1st Saturday. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Last Friday. 
1st .Friday. 
3d Monday. 

1st Saturday. 

1st Tuesday. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
1st Friday. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Friday. 
3d Saturday. 
2d Friday. 
2d Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
4th Saturday. 
1st Mon. & 3d Sat. 

2d Monday. 
1st Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
2d Wednesday. 
2d Saturday. 
3d Friday. 
1st Friday. 
2d Friday. 
1st Tuesday, 
2d Thursday. 

1st Sat. & 2d Mon. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 



. A. M. Campbell. 

F. M. Capehart. 

M. L. Wriston. 

L. S. Bingham. 

Geo. Riley. 

W. D. Williams. 
. H. H. Dent. 

Saml. Calvert. 
. Dr. B. W. Mabrey. 

H. B. Short. 

Eli F. KendaU. 

J. M. Wolfe. 

Thos. Palmer. 

J. F. Howlett. 

S. E. Milburn. 

J. M. F. Rhodes. 

A. R. Siminton. 

E. W. Ward. 

R. D. Atkinson. 

J. A. Drake. 

H. Joyner. 
. W. W. Ward. 

A. R. Bryan. 

A. J. Ellis. 

J. M. Patrick. 

W. W. Dunn. 

J. S. Ray. 

S. B. Killett. 

C. A. Henderson. 

Henry Grimes. 

J. W. Hatch. 

R. R. Speed. 
. Rev. E. Geer. 

Wm. Felton. 

John A. Graves. 

Jas. R. Hurst. 



2d & last Thursdays. A. M. Guthrie. 

2d Saturdays. Abram Lane. 

3d Saturdays. J. A. Bailey. 

2d & 4th Fridays. R. E. Troy. 

1st Sat. b. 4th Sun. D. H. Stevenson. 

2d Saturday. T. C. Davis. 

1st Friday. J. Roberts. 

Saturday after f. m. W. H. Reece. 
1st & 2d Mondays. J. R. Fuller. 
2d & last Saturdays. J. H. Whitfield. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



319 



No. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



124 Clinton, 

125 Mill Creek, 

126 Sunsbury, 

127 Blackmer, 

128 Hanks, 

129 Dan River, 

131 Conoho, 

132 Radiance, 

133 Alamance, 

134 Mocksville, 

135 Black Rock, 

136 Leaksville, 

137 Lincoln, 

138 King Solomon, 

140 Mount Energy, 

141 Carolina, 

142 Cane Creek, 

143 Mount Vernon, 

144 Taylor, 

145 Junaluska, 

146 Cherokee, 

147 Palmyra, 

149 Adoniram, 

150 Pee Dee, 

151 Chalmers, 

153 Mount Carmel, 

154 Scotch Ireland, 

155 White Stone, 

156 Rolesville, 

157 Mount Pleasant. 

158 Knap of Reeds, 

159 Rocky River, 

160 Beaumont, 

161 Emmaus, 

162 Yadkin, 

164 Deep River, 

165 Archer, 

166 Saint Paul's, 

167 Winston, 

168 Pleasant Hill, 

170 Blackmer, 

171 Delk, 

172 Buffalo, 

173 Union, 

174 G. Washington, 

175 Pollocksville, 

176 Mecklenburg, 

177 Marlboro', 

178 Siloam, 



Louisburg. 

Newton Grove. 

Gatesville. 

Clark's Creek. 

Franklinsville. 

Madison. 

Hamilton. 

Snow Hill. 

Graham. 

Mocksville. 

Black Rock. 

Leaksville. 

Lincolnton. 

Long Creek. 

Tranquillity. 

Carolina College. 

Snow Camp. 

Chatham. 

Belle Voir. 

Franklin. 

Murphy. 

Averasboro'. 

Young's |xj Roads. 

Norwood's Store. 

Evan's Mills. 

Scott's Hill. 

Mount Vernon. 

Wakefield. 

Rolesville. 

Wake, 

Knap of Reeds. 

Mudlick. 

Beaumont. 

Hadley's Mills. 

Yadkinsville. 

Faust's Mills. 

Cruchville. 

Beatty's Bridge. 

Winston. 

Patterson's Store. 

Reem's Creek. 

Coleraine. 

Buffalo. 

Kernersville. 

Lassitter's y, Roads. 

Pollocksville. 

Mecklenburg. 

Marlboro'. 

Harrell's Store. 



1st Thursday. 

1st Monday. 
Friday before f. m. 

Sat. before 2d Sun. 
2d & 4th Friday. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
1st Tuesday. 
3d Friday. 
Last Saturday. 

1st Friday. 

2d Saturday. 

1st Saturday. 

1st Friday aft. f. m. 

1st Saturday. 

Sat. before 2d Sun. 

1st Saturday. 



1st & 3d Saturdays. 



2d Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
Friday on or b. f. m 
4th Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
Saturday b. 3d Sun. 
3d Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 



Ellis Malone. 
J. C. Eason. 
Wm. T. Parker. 
Ed. J. Christian. 

T. F. Coyle. 
R. E. Weathersbee. 
R. W. Best. 
Wm. H. Faucett. 
T. J. Bryan. 
J. C. Daniel. 
. Thos. W. Field. 
Thos. Darling. 
Saml. H. Bell. 
B. F. Bullock. 
G. A. Smith. 
B. Davidson. 
W. M. Tally. 
T. B. Farrar, 



Neill S. Stewart. 
J. S. Overby. 
J. R. Livingston. 
R. A. Stewart. 
J. M. Foy. 
W. A. Luckey. 
W. H. Hood. . 
J. Robt. Jeffreys. 
Allen Bailey. 
John Peede. 
Dr. W. S. Edwards. 
D. F. Mclver. 
J. B. West. 



1st & 3d Saturdays. 
1st Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Friday bef. 1st Sun. 
2d Saturday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Sat. bef. 3d Sunday. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Wednesday. 

4th Saturday. 



Wm. T. Robertson. 
J. R. Hawes. 
G. H. Renegar. 
W. R. Denney. 
R. V. Blackstock. 
Rev. Jas. Delk. 
R. Mclver. 
T. C. Ham. 
W. C. Mason. 
0. S. Griffrn. 
J. R. Gillispie. 

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No. Lodge. 


lOOATION. 


Time op Meeting. 


Masteb. 


179 Lafayette, 


Leasburg. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


J. T. Hambrick. 


180 Caldwell, 


Chapel Hill. 


3d Saturday. 


J. B. McDade. 


181 Carthage, 


Carthage. 


Last Saturday. 


A. R. McDonald. 


182 Townesville, 


Townesville. 


3d Saturday. 


J. R. Duty. 


183 Centre Grove, 


Summerfield. 


Fri. - b. 1st & 3d Suns 


. R. K. Denny. 


184 Jordan, 


Beynoldson. 


4th Saturday. 


J. M. H. Lee. 


185 Sandy Creek, 


Laurel. 


1st Saturday. 


Daniel Wester. 


186 Pine Forest, 


Harrington's. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


Dr. J. McCormick. 


187 Central Cross, 


Peach-Tree Grove. 


2d Saturday. 


A. Thomas. 


188 Balfour, 


Ashboro'. 


1st Tuesday. 


S. G. Worth. 


189 Taylorsville, 


Taylorsville. 






190 Fair Bluff, 


Fair Bluff. 


2d Saturday. 


W. J. Stanly. 


191 Granite, 


Stalling's Depot. 


3d Saturday. 


W. H. Tomlinson. 


192 Burnsville, 


Burnsville. 


1st Thursday. 


J. M. Broyles. 


194 Cape Fear, 


Elizabeth town. 


1st Monday. 


Geo. Tait. 


195 Mount Olivet, 


Brown's Mills. 






196 Falkland, 


Falkland. 


1st Saturday. 


Dr. D. P. Cutchin. 


197 Cherokee, 


Grogansville. 


2d Saturday. 


J. W. May. 


198 Carey, 


Carey P. O. 


Sat. bef. 2d Sunday 


. Jas E. Allen. 


199 High Point, 


High Point. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


R. M. Jackson. 


200 Pisgah, 


Hendersonville. 






201 Eagle Rock, 


Eagle Rock. 


3d Saturday. 


Ed. Debnam. 


202 Cleaveland, 


Shelby. 




. A. W. Burton. 


203 Koanoke, 


Weldon. 


1st Friday. 


Jas. Johnson. 


204 Berea, 


Berea. 






205 Long Creek, 


Hopewell. 






206 Mingo, 
2 iT Lebanon, 


Sampson. 
Whitesville. 




Kineon Barefoot. 


4th Saturday. 


S. B. Jennings. 


208 Mount Olive, 


Mount Olive. 






209 New Salem, 


New Salem. 








GRAND 


CHAPTER. 





The Grand Chapter of North Carolina was organized in February, 5847. It 
was originally a subordinate of the General Grand Chapter, but withdrew in 
5857, and is now an independent Grand Chapter. At its Fourteenth Annual 
Convocation in June, 5860, it had 30 subordinate Chapters under its jurisdic- 
tion, 13 of which made no returns. The total number of members, those mak- 
ing no returns estimated from last returns, 942. The 17 Chapters which made 
returns show the following work : Exaltations, 69 ; Rejections, 3 ; Withdraw- 
als, 14; Deaths, 11 ; Expulsions, 4; Dues received, $261. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 

1 Concord, 

2 Phoenix, 

3 Mount Ararat, 

4 Roanoke, 



Location. 
Wilmington. . 
Fayetteville. 
Murfreesboro'. 
Halifax. 



Time of Meeting. 
1st Monday. 
1st Tuesday. 
3d Saturday. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



321 



No. Name. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



5 Concord, 

6 Temple, 

7 Eureka, 

8 Oxford, 

9 Warrenton, 

10 Raleigh, 

11 Lafayette, 

12 Conoho, 

13 Choraizifl, 

14 Cherokee, 

17 Union, 

18 Gaston, 

19 Keystone, 

20 Salisbury, 

22 Lincoln, 

23 Montgomery, 

24 Germanton, 

25 Asheville, 

26 Louisburg, 

27 Mount Lebanon, 

28 Graham, 

29 Goldsboro', 

30 Mount Vernon, 

31 Wadesboro', 

32 Davie, 

33 Clinton, 



Tarboro'. 

Windsor. 

Newbern. 

Oxford. 

Warrenton. 

Kaleigh. 

Hillsboro'. 

Hamilton. 

Greensboro'. 

Hartford. 

Bear Swamp. 

Eoxboro'. 

Plymouth. 

Salisbury. 

Lincolnton. 

Zion. 

Germanton. 

Asheville. 

Louisburg. 

Wilson. 

Watsonville. 

Goldsboro'. 

Greenville. 

Wadesboro'. 

Mocksville. 

Washington. 



3d Saturday. 
1st Wednesday. 

2d Thursday. 

3d Friday. 
2d Monday. 
2d Thursday. 

1st Wednesday. 
2d Tuesday. 



1st Friday. 
1st Friday. 



1st Monday. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

Okganized June 6, 5860. 

The next Annual Convocation of the Grand Council will be held in the Oity 
of "Wilmington, during the Annual Convocation of the Grand Chapter, in the 
first week of Jane, 5861. 



SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 



No. Name. 

1 Alpha, 

2 Adoniram, 



Location. 
Wadesboro'. 
Salisbury. 



No. Name. 

3 Greensboro', 

4 Wilmington, 



Location. 
Greensboro'. 
Wilmington. 



COMMANDERY. 

There is but one Commandery in North Carolina, Wilmington Commandery, 
No. 1, located at Wilmington. This Commandery was chartered January 3, 
1851. It made no returns to the Grand Encampment of the United States at 
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SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

COLEBAINE. 
Pruden, Kentchen Taylor, Farmer. Delk, 171. 

EDGECOMB COUlfTT. 

Savage, Richard A., Parmer. Mount Lebanon, 117. 
Worsley, Edwin G., Farmer. Concord, 58. 

FAYETTEVILLE, Cumberland County, 
Brandt, George, Dry Goods Merchant. Phoenix, 8. 

FKAJNTKLINTOM'. 

Cole, D., Tobacconist. Franklinton, 123. 

Jeffreys, L. A., M.D, P. M., Franklinton, 123 ; Louisburg chap., 26. 

HILLSBOBOUGH. 
Faucetts, William, Cabinet-maker. Eagle, 71 ; Lafayette chap., 11. 

LEASBUBG, Caswell County. 
Lutterloh, Osage M., Tobacco Trader. Lafayette, 179. 

MOHGANTON, Burke County. 

Happoldt, John M., M.D. and Proprietor of Mountain Hotel. W. M., 
Catawba Valley, 100 ; Lumberton chap. ; Yorkville coun. 
Myers, Abraham, Merchant. P. M., Catawba Valley, 100. 

MUBFBEESBOKO'. 

Darden, Jesse, Farmer. American George, 17. 

Ely, Laurence, Farmer. American George, 17. 

Griffith, Henry, Farmer. American George, 17. 

Lee, Rev. John P., Farmer. American George, 17 ; Mount Ararat chap., 3. 

Moore, Alfred W., Farmer. American George, 17 ; Mount Ararat chap., 3. 

PEE DEE. 

Crump, Rowland, Farmer. Carolina, 141. 
Ingram, Presley N., Farmer. Carolina, 141. 

STOKES COUNTY. 
Hutcherson, Peter, County Trustee and Harness-maker. P. M., Patrick 
Henry, 140, Va.; Germanton chap., 24. 

"WHITE LAKE. 
Melvin, Robert P., Farmer. Phoenix, 8. 

WILMINGTON. 

Concord Chapter, No. 1. Charter dated June, 1824. Regular meetings, 
first Monday in each month. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 323 

Fanning, Phineas W., Chairman of Correspondence Committee of Grand 
Lodge and Grand Chapter ; P. G. M. of Grand Lodge ; P. G. H. P. of Grand 
Chap, j P. M., St. John's, 1 ; P. H. P., Concord chap., 1 ; C. G., Wilmington 
com. 

Newhoff, M., Merchant. S. W., St. John's, 1 ; G. M. 2d Veil, Grand Chap.; 
E. A. C, Chap. 1. 

St. John's Lodge, No. 1, has two Charters ; one dated January, 1794, and 
one December, 1801. Regular meetings, last Thursday in each month. 

WHSTTOIT. 

Anderson, John A., Merchant. American George, 17 ; Mount Ararat chap., 3. 
Bynum, William T., Hotel-keeper and Parmer. American George, 17; 
Mount Ararat chap., 3. 
Shield, Eichard H., M.D. American George, 17. 



PROSELYTISM. 



Freemasonry is opposed to proselytism, or the exercise of any means having 
that end in view. To persuade, to invite, or to influence in any way a person. to 
join our ranks, is directly contrary to our teachings and the established laws of 
the Order. This is done sometimes, no doubt, from mistaken notions conceived 
of the design of Freemasonry. Some weak-minded zealous brethren, believing 
from the excellence of the teachings of the Order that conversion is one of the 
objects of Freemasonry, solicit such of their acquaintances, whose habits are 
irregular, to join the Institution, with the belief that it will reclaim them and 
cause them to be better men. However praiseworthy such motives are, and 
however sincere the brother may be who desires that his friend may become a 
Mason in order to effect his reformation, yet experience has proved, and the re- 
cords of every Masonic Lodge show, that the influence of our teachings are not 
sufficient to elevate the man of low propensities and evil habits. Such is not 
the design of Freemasonry, and therefore does not attempt it; from which the 
reasonable inference must be drawn, that according to the Landmark only the 
good and true must be admitted members. All strife, wrangling, and want of 
harmony among the brethren are caused by the introduction of unsuitable 
material into the Order. The laws of Freemasonry are sufficient, if rigidly lived 
up to, to preserve the Institution harmonious. They provide that none of the 
recommenders of an applicant shall be the committee of investigation. The 
recommenders of applicants are mostly friends to the applicant and would be 
biased in his favor. But the committee of investigation can act with perfect 
liberty and without bias, if they do their duty as they ought to. Soliciting 
membership is wrong in principle, and injurious to the peace and harmony of 
the Order. 



OHIO. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Ohio was organized January 4th, 5808. This Grand 
Lodge holds its Annual Communications in October. It has no permanent 
place of meeting. Its Annual Communication in 58G1 will be held at Columbus, 
commencing on the fifteenth day of October. The Grand Lodge consists of the 
Grand Officers, Past Grand and Past Deputy Grand Masters, and the Masters 
and Wardens of its constituent Lodges. Its revenue is derived as follows : — 

For Dispensations or Warrants for a new Lodge . . $50 00 

For every Initiation 2 00 

For each member . 25 

There are 295 subordinate Lodges in this jurisdiction. Number of members, 
14,000 ; Initiated during the year, 1400 ; Reinstated, 420 ; Admitted, 380 ; 
Withdrawn, 756 ; Suspended, 23 ; Suspended for non-payment of dues, 628 ; 
Expelled for persistent non-payment of dues, 46 ; Expelled for unmasonic 
conduct, 89 ; Died, 130. Receipts for Dispensations, $500; for Initiations and 
annual dues, $5930. Making a total of Grand Lodge receipts $6430. 

The officers of the Grand Lodge for the present year, elected October, 5860, 
are: — 

Hokace M. Stokes, M. W. Grand Master. 

George Rex, R. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

George Webster, R. W. Senior Grand Warden. 

Lucian C. Jones, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 

Flavius J. Phillips, R. W. Grand Treasurer. 

John D. Caldwell, R. W. Grand Secretary. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No. 



Lodge. 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



Master. 



1 American Union, 

2 N. C. Harmony, 

3 Old Erie, 

4 New England, 

5 Amity, 

6 Scioto, 

7 Morning Dawn, 

8 Harmony, 

9 Mt. Zion, 

1 1 Center Star, 

12 Unity, 

13 St. John, 

(324) 



Marietta. 

Cincinnati. 

Warren. 

Worthington. 

Zanesville. 

Chilicothe. 

Gallipolis. 

Urbana. 

Mt. Vernon. 

Granville. 

Ravenna. 

Dayton. 



M. on or pre. f. m. 
1st Wednesday. 
1st & 3d Tu. of f. m. 
Wed. pre. f. m. 
Friday b. f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
Monday of f. m. 
Th. on or pre. f. m. 
1st Friday. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 



Thomas F. Jones. 
Daniel H. Mears. 
Edward Spear. 
George Taylor. 
J. B. H. T. Bratshaw. 
Philip Klein. 
William Nash. 
William B. Moore. 
John Adams. 
Ralph Granger, Jr. 
Henry L. Day. 
John Mills. 



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No. Lome. 


Location. 


Time of Meeting. 


Master. 


14 Franklin, 


Troy. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 


James Nesbitt. 


15 Cleveland City, 


Cleveland. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 


CharlesA. Woodward. 


16 Belmont, 


St. Clairsville. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


Wilson S. Kennon. 


17 Washington, 


Hamilton. 


1st Monday. 


William C. Hunter. 


18 Hiram, 


Delaware. 


1st & 3d Mondays. 


Charles H. McElroy. 


19 Jerusalem, 


Hartford. 




; D. L. Tracy. 


20 Magnolia, 


Columbus. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 


Thomas Sparrow. 


21 W. Star, 


Youngstown. 


1st & 3dFri. of f.m 


. David McClelland. 


22 Rising Sun, 


Ashtabula. 


1st & 3dTu. off. m 


. Albert A. Strong. 


23 Pickaway, 


Circleville. 


Wed. pre. f. m. 


Nathan T. Bradford. 


24 Warren, 


Fiqua. > 


1st & 3d Fri. of f. m 


. Henry C. Landes. 


25 Paramuthea, 


Athens. 


Tuesday pre. f. m. 


William P. Johnson. 


26 Lebanon, 


Lebanon. 


Sat. on or b. f m. 


William Adams. 


28 Temple, 


Painesville. 


2d & 4th Thursdays 


I. Asa Childs. 


29 Clermont Social, 


, Williamsburg. 


Friday pre. f. m. 


E. Zimmerman. 


30 Columbus, 


Columbus. 


2d & 4th Tuesdays. 


Amasa Jones. 


33 Ebenezer, 


Wooster. 


Wed. pre. f. m. 


George Bex. 


35 Mansfield, 


Mansfield. 


Wed. pre. f. m. 


Alexander Mcllvain. 


37 Mt. Moriah, 


Beverly. 


Sat. on or b. f. m. 


C. F. Hayward. 


38 Highland, 


Hillsboro'. 


Thursday of f. m. 


N. H. Hixon. 


40 Northern Light, 


Maumee City. 


1st & 3d Tu. of f. m. 


William Robertson. 


43 West Union, 


West Union. 


Friday of f. m. 


A. Mahaffey. 


44 Columbia, 


Miami. 


Monday b. f. m. 


William Nugent. 


45 Steubenville, 


Steubenville. 


1st Thursday. 


James Elliott. 


46 Miami, 


Cincinnati. 


1st Tuesday. 


George T. Jones. 


47 Clinton, 


Massillou. 


1st Monday. 


Thomas W. Harvey. 


48 Aurora, 


Portsmouth. 


Monday pre. f. m. 


Geo. Stevenson. 


49 Xenia, 


Xenia. 


Wednesdays. 


Lewis Wright. 


50 Science, 


Sandusky. 


1st & 3d Mondays. 


George Morton. 


52 Wilmington, 


Wilmington. 


Tuesday pre. f. m. 


Wm. H. Harrison. 


54 Milford, 


Milford. 


Saturday pre. f. m. 


Wm. Beard. 


55 Eastern Star, 


Franklin. 


Fri. on or pre. f. m. 


P. Schenck. 


56 King Solomon, 


Elyria. 


M. on or pre. f. m. 


Heman Ely. 


57 Lancaster, 


Lancaster. 


M. on or pre. f. m. 


Virgil E. Shaw. 


58 Medina, 


Medina. 


Thursday b. f. m. 


Alfred Da-vis. 


59 Tuscarawas, 


Canal Dover. 


Saturdays. 


Samuel Hammond. 


60 Canton, 


Canton. 


Wed. on or b. f. m. 


Wm. H. Burke. 


61 Bethel, 


Bethel. 


Wed. pre. f. m. 


George Winder. 


64 Mt. Vernon, 


Norwalk. 


Mon. on or b. f. m. 


Horace Kellogg. 


65 New Lisbon, 


New Lisbon. 




. Joseph E. Vance. 


66 Cambridge, 


Cambridge. 


Tuesday pre. f. m. 


C. L. Madison. 


67 Oxford, 


Oxford. 


Thur. on or b. f. m. 


W. R. DeWitt. 


70 Marion, 


Marion. 


Fri. on or b. f. m. 


Philip Dombaugh. 


71 Union, 


Ripley. 


Monday b. f. m. 


William L. Gray. 


72 Georgetown, 


Georgetown. 


Thur. on or b. f. m. 


John E. Brose. 


73 Temperance, 


Sidney. 


Thur. on or b. f. m. 


W. V. Cowan. 


74 Wadsworth and 








Seville, 


Seville. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


L. B. Wilcox. 


76 Somerset, 


Somerset. 


Wed. pre. f. m. 


George Brown, Jr. 



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Location. 



Tiara op Meeting. 



Master. 



77 Sandusky, 

78 Leesburg, 

79 Lafayette, 

80 Libanus, 

81 Lafayette, 

82 Bolivar, 

83 Akron, 
85 Jackson, 

87 Salem, 

88 King Hiram, 

89 Friendship, 

90 Jefferson, 

91 Western Sun, 

93 Cbardon, 

94 Montgomery, 

96 Coshocton, 

97 Newark, 

98 Minerva, 

100 New Carlisle, 

101 Clark, 

102 Felicity, 

103 Dresden, 

104 Tarlton, 

105 Moriah, 

106 Fellowship, 

107 Fayette, 

108 Wakatomaka, 

109 Batavia, 

111 Corinthian, 

112 Wood County, 

113 Mechanicsburg, 

115 Hanover, 

116 Hebron, 

118 Malta, 

119 Goshen, 

120 McMakin, 

121 Mercer, 

122 Moscow, 

123 Phoenix, 

124 Carroll, 

126 Sparta, 

127 Wellington, 

131 Vinton, 

132 Trowel, 

133 Cincinnati, 

134 Columbian, 

135 Butlerville, 

136 Sharon, 

137 Harris ville, 



Tiffin City. 

Leesburg. 

Zanesville. 

Lewisburg. 

Cincinnati. 

Eaton. 

Akron. 

Brownsville. 

New Salem. 

West Alexandria. 

Barnesville. 

Middletown. 

Wheelersburg. 

Chard on. 

Montgomery. 

Coshocton. 

Newark. 

Miamisburg. 

New Carlisle. 

Springfield. 

Felicity. 

Dresden. 

Tarlton. 

Jacobsburg. 

New Paris. 

Washington. 

W. Bedford. 

Batavia. 

MoConnellsville. 

Bowling Green. 

Mechanicsburg. 

Loudenville. 

Hebron. 

Norwich. 

Goshen. 

Mt. Healthy. 

Mercer. 

Moscow. 

Perrysburg. 

Carrollton. 

Millersburg. 

Wellington. 

Vinton. 

Jackson. 

Cincinnati. 

Cumberland. 

Butlerville. 

Sharon. 

Lodi. 



1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Tuesday pre. f. m. 
Thurs. pre. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. pre. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Wednesday of f. m. 
2d & 4th Saturdays. 
Tuesday of f. m. 
Friday pre. f. m. 
1st Friday. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
Friday pre. f. m. 
Monday pre. f. m. 
Thursday pre. f. m. 
Friday pre. f. m. 
Saturday pre. f. m. 
Wed. on or aft. f. m. 

Sat. on or pre. f. m. 
Tu. on or pre. f. m. 
W. on or pre. f. m. 
Tu. on or pre. f. m. 
Wed. pre. f. m. 
Tu. on or pre. f. m. 
Thur. pre. f. m. 
Fri. on or aft. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
Thur. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
Friday pre. f. m. 

Tuesday pre. f. m. 
Tu. on or pre. f. m. 
Friday pre. f. m. 
Last Thursday. 
Tuesday of f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 



J. E. McCormiok. 
. Jonathan Adams. 
R. H. Sedwick. 
E. P. Eversole. 
Wm. C. Middleton. 
Joseph N. Pinney. 
Lucius V. Bierce. 
B. F. Spence. 
Meredith D. Brock. 
John S. Davis. 
J. W. Warfield. 
J. G. W. Ledman. 
Geo. W. Flanders. 
Daniel Warner, Jr. 
A. L. Cosbey. 
Wm. H. Robinson. 
W. M. Cunningham. 
Charles R. Allen. 
William Long. 
Harvey Vinal. 
Harvey Bradley. 
W. C. R. Woodruff. 
George F. Hamlin. 
John A. Weyer. 
Daniel F. Woofter. 
Joshua S. Parrish. 

D. L. Goff. 
James S. Reeves. 
L. F. Dobbs. 
A. L. Shepherd. 
George H. Stewart. 
Joshua Josselyn. 
George W. Allen. 
Charles Thacher. 
J. G. Shirely. 
S. R. Mott. 
Henry Walker. 
Asher Cook. 
Absalom Earns. 
T. McG. Elright. 
J. C. Lang. 
Anselm T. Holcomb. 
Samuel Saylor. 
Howard Matthews. 
John Clements. 
Hiram St. John. 
Dennis S. Gibbs. 
Henry Ainsworth. 



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32T 



No. 



Lodge. 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



Master. 



138 Chandler, 

139 Buoyrus, 

140 Cheviot, 

141 McMillan, 

143 Greenville, 

144 Toledo, 

145 Valley, 

147 Dayton, 

148 Mt. Olive. 

149 Aberdeen, 

150 Buckeye, 

151 Ashland, 

152 Venus, 

153 Farmers', 

154 Latham, 

155 Cynthia. 

156 Hebardsville, 

157 Philodorian, 

158 Palestine, 

159 Camden, 

160 New Vienna, 

161 MadEiver, 

162 Teatman, 

163 Waynesville, 

164 Pomeroy, 

165 Hildreth, 

166 Russelville, 

167 Hamer, 

168 Covington, 

169 Lithopolis, 

170 Thrall, 

171 Mingo, 

172 Doric, 

174 Tippecanoe, 

175 Lone Star, 

176 Warpole, 

177 N.Philadelphia, 

178 Lynchburg, 

179 Superior, 

180 Wellsville, 

181 Bridgeport, 

182 Smithfield, 

184 Irville, 

185 Perry, 

186 Springdale, 

187 Star, 

189 Monroe, 

190 Eoscoe, 

191 Blanchester, 



London. 
Bucyrus. 
Cheviot. 
Cincinnati. 
Greenville. 
Toledo. 
Malta. 
Dayton. 
Chesterfield. 
Aberdeen. 
New Richmond. 
Ashland. - 

Mansfield. 
Fredonia. 
Kenton. 
Cincinnati. 
Hebardsville. 
Nelsonville. 
Marysville. 
Camden. 
New Vienna. 
W. Liberty. 
Columbia. 
Waynesville. 
Pomeroy. 
Republic. 
Russelville. 
Wapakonetta. 
Covington. 
Lithopolis. 
Fredericktown. 
Logan. 
Deavertown. 
Hyattsville. 
Newcomerstown. 
Upper Sandusky. 
, New Philadelphia. 
Lynchburg. 
West Unity. 
Wellsville. 
Bridgeport. 
Smithfield. 
Nashport. 
Salem. 
Springdale. 
Cuyahoga Falls. 
Woodsfield. 
Roscoe. 
Blanchester. 



2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Thur. on or b. f. m. 
Last Wednesday. 
1st & 3d Tu. of f. m. 
1st & 3d Weds. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Thursdays. 
Wednesday of f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Friday b. f. m. 
Wednesday aft. f. m. 
Tuea. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
1st Friday. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Monday pre. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Friday of full moon. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 

Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Sat on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Friday pre. full m. 
Tuesday pre. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Wed. b. f.m.&2w. a 
Wednesday of f. m. 
Friday b. f. moon. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 



Wed. on or b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
Saturday b. f. m. 



Oliver P. Crabb. 
Cochran Fulton. 
Wm. T. Roller. 
Cornelius Moore. 
Moses Hart. 
Alexander Newcomb. 
James Cornelius. 
James H. Cushing. 
James Dewees. 
H. L. Philips. 
Watt McMurchy. 
James McCool. 
Milton Smith. 
Wm. F. Preston. 
W. H. Phillips. 
Saml. H. Ridenour. 
C. L. Wilson. 
Thomas Shannon. 
William Cartmell. 
C. C. Walker, dec'd. 
Cbas. C. Bowers. 
Houston Crockett. 
Richard Bromley. 
Jonas T. McKay. 
W. W. Hurley. 
John S. Smith. 
Peter L. Wilson. 
Geo. W. Andrews. 
J. C. Langston. 
A. England. 
C. P. Hill. 
Luther S. Bort. 
Isaac N. Cherry. 
John Wiggins. 
James Portmess. 
M. H. Kirby. 
John H. Burnhill. 
N. W. Cummins. 
H. H. Peppard. 
Asa H. Battin. 
John Chapman. 
R. M. Ramsey. 
Joseph Edwards. 
James Boone. 
Alfred Shepherd. 
John Hinde. 
John S. Way. 
Lewis Demoss. 
Wm. Kelsay. 



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No. Lodge. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



192 Mystic Tie, 

193 Snow, 

194 Fielding, 

195 Tu-en-da-wie, 

196 Bainbridge, 

197 Kreider, 

198 Lawrence, 

199 Ohio, 

200 Venice, 

201 Richland, 



Urichville. 

Harrison. 

S. Charleston. 

Defiance. 

Bainbridge. 

Quincy. 

Ironton. 

Bladensburg. 

Ross P. 0. 

Plymouth. 



202 Pt. Washington, Pt. Washington. 

203 Marathon, Marathon. 

204 Sharonville, Sharonville. 

205 Lima, Lima. 

206 Mt. Gilead, Mt. Gilead. 

207 Delta, McArthur. 

208 Hanselmann, Cincinnati. 

209 Bellefontaine, Bellefontaine. 

210 Olive, Sarahsville. 

211 Rushville, Rushville. 

213 Summit, Twinsburg. 

214 Hope, Delphos. 

215 Collins, Bryan. 

216 Mt. Pleasant, Mt. Pleasant. 

217 Social, Lena, Allen's P. 

218 Van Wert, Van Wert. 

219 Harrison, Cadiz. 

220 Hubbard, Adamsville. 

221 Madison, West Jefferson. 

222 Evergreen, Conneaut. 

224 Plainfield, E. Plainfield P. O. 

225 Ft. Stephenson, Fremont. 

226 Mt. Olivet, Addison. 

227 Findlay, Findlay. 

228 Hamer, Owensville P. O. 

229 Iris, Cleveland. 

231 N. Birmingham, N. Birmingham. 



0. 



232 Lockbourne, 

233 Eureka, 

234 Meridian, 

235 Brown, 

236 Winchester, 

237 Rubicon, 

238 Chester, 

239 Erie, 

240 Groveport, 

241 Celina, 

243 BJgelow, 

244 Monticello, 



Lockbourne. 

Washington. 

Steubenville. 

Minerva. 

Scott P. 0. 

Toledo. 

Chesterville. 

Milan. 

Groveport. 

Celina. 

Cleveland. 

Clyde. 



1st & 3d Mon. off. m. 
Saturday af. f. m. 
2d & 4th Thursdays. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Thursdays of f. m. 
Monday b. f. m. 
Saturday b. f. m. 
Monday b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Friday of f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
4th Monday. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Thurs. of or b. f. m. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b; f. m. 
Friday before f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Saturday af. f. m. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Friday b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Friday b. f. m. 
Wednesday af. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Every Wednesday. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 



John Milone. 
Robert A. Keen. 
G. W. Jones. 
Jacob J. Greene. 
James M. Pearce. 
John C. Ambrose. 
John P. Merrill. 
Eli Farnham. 
Robert Joyce. 

Allen Gaskill. 
Hiram S. Reynolds 
James Huston, Jr. 
A. H. Smith. 
A. K. Dunn. 
Alex. Pearce. 
M. J. Mack. 
Benj. S. Brown. 

E. M. Danford. 

Sam'l A. Andrews. 
H. P. Wagner. 
John P. Wyatt. 
Geo. W. Drake. 
Nathan Jackson. 
Robt. Conn. 
W. S. Granfell. 

A. C. Tomlinson. 
T. J. Stutson. 
W. B. Chapman. 
T. P. Latham. 

F. S. Willmer. 
John Maranda. 

D. M. Stoughton. 
James F. South. 
George H. Burt. 

Robert G. McLean 
W. R. Gooderl. 
C. M. May. 

B. R. Perdue. 
Israel H. de Bruin 
H. L. Hosmer. 

E. Hyatt. 
John G. Norton. 
Abel Clark. 
Smith H. Clark. 
Gaston G. Allen. 
William E. Lay. 



OHIO. 



329 



No. Lodge. 


Location. 


245 Golden Gale, 


Chagrin Falls. 


246 Garrettsville, 


Garrettsville. 


247 E. Liberty, 


E. Liberty. 


248 Fulton, 


Delta. 


249 Newton, 


Newton. 


250 New Lexington 


, New Lexington. 


251 Hazen, 


Morristown. 


252 Webb, 


Stockport. 


253 Cumminsville, 


Cumminsville. 


254 Buford, 


Buford. 


255 Warsaw, 


Warsaw. 


256 Napoleon, 


Napoleon. 


257 Germantown, 


Germantown. 


258 Emery, 


Loveland. 


259 Mineral, 


Hamden. 


260 Floral, 


Fitchville. 


261 N. Fairfield, 


N. Fairfield. 


262 Napthali, 


Carroll. 


263 Clarington, 


Clarington. 


264 Paddy's Eun, 


New London. 


265 Morrow, 


Morrow. 


266 Meridian Sun, 


Richfield. 


267 Bellair, 


Bellair. 


268 Blazing Star, 


N. Lewisburg. 


269 Mt. Sterling, 


Mount Sterling. 


270 Union City, 


Union City. 


271 Alliance, 


Alliance. 


272 Arcana, 


Crestline. 


273 Bellevue, 


Bellevue. 


274 Village, 


Burton. 


275 Orphan'sFriend.Wilksville. 


276 Allen, 


Columbiana. 


277 Rock Creek, 


Morgan. 


278 Amesville, 


Amesville. 


279 Central, 


Calais. 


280 Kalida, 


Kalida. 


281 Ward, 


Piqua. 


282 Pleasant Bidge, Pleasant Ridge. 


283 Anchor, 


Duncan's Falls. 


284 Relief, 


Pierpont Center. 


285 Clement Amitie, Unionville. 


286 Antioch, 


Danville. 


287 Sylvania, 


Sylvania. 


288 Fostoria. 


Fostoria. 


289 Grand Rapids, 


Gilead. 


290 Versailles, 


Versailles. 


291 Licking, 


Utica. 


292 Boggs, 


DeGraff. 


293 Bartlett, 


Plymouth. 



Time of Meettoo. Masteb. 

1st & 3d Weds. L. D. Mix. 

Tues. on or b. f. m. Charles T. Barton. 
1st & 3d Weds. Wm. T. Sharp. 

1st & 3d Weds. Ootavius Waters. 

Tues. on or b. f. m. Wm. M. Boughan. 
Every Saturday. John H. Kelly. 
Monday b. f. m. John M. Jones. 
Every Saturday. John W. White. 
Th. on or af. f. m. A. De Sarasay. 
Tuesday off. m. Wm. P. Thompson. 
2d & 4th Fridays. 

Tues. on or b. f. m. James G. Haly. 
Wed. of or b. f. m. J. E. Donnellan. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Th. on or b. f. m. Isaiah Ogier. 
Tuesday b. f. m. Thomas Smith. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. Marcus Foote. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. A. T. Aldred. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. John D. O'Connor. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. S. D. Lloyd. 
Saturday af. f. m. J. W. Stubbs. 
Wednesday b. f. m. Hiram Wheeler. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. B. R. Cowen. 
1st & 3d Mondays. H. D. Gowey. 
Th. on or af. f. m. B. H. Moore. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. John Buff. 
Tuesday b. f. m. Joseph R. Conrad. 
Th. on or b. f. m. M. C. Archer. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. R. A. Severance. 
2d & 4th Thursdays. John Bower. 
Friday before f. m. Royal C. Grant. 
Friday before f. m. D. K. Bertolette. 
1st & 3d Weds. Horace M. Root. 

Mon. on or b. f. m. J. L. Brown. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. L. F. Ellsworth. 
Thursday b. f. m. R. W. Thrift. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. J. F. McKinney. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. Stephen W. Reeder. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. D. H. Danhauer. 
1st & 3d Weds. off. m. T. O. Bushnell. 
Th. on or b. f. m. Jefferson Shaw. 
Tu. on or after f. m. Miner Hildreth. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. L. B. Lathrop. 

R. C. Caples. 

1st & 3d Thursdays. O. C. Carr. 

Thos. Goodall. 

James C. Hemler. 

Wm. H. Huston. 

C. C. Cheadle. 



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Location. Time of Meeting. Master. 

Forestville, C. Grove L. W. Bishop. 

Ithaca. J. H. Engle. 

Parkman. N. D. Smith. 

Harpersfield. H. W.Stone. 

Flushing. S. C. D. Brock. 

Amelia. F. M. Robinson. 

Stafford. G. W. Mason. 

Birmingham. G. M. Darling. 

Willoughby. 2d & 4th Tuesdays. D. H. Brinkerhoof. 

Richwood. J. W. Sidler. 

Monroeville. Wm. Benedict. 

Port Jefferson. Eli B. Honnell. 

Acadia. Joseph Welch. 

Centerville.Madison Perry Bosworth. 

Macksburg. R. E. Smithson. 

Frankfort. 

Melmore. J. M. Stevens. 

Pleasant Valley E. R. Cook. 

Harveysburgh. T. M. Walls. 

Sullivan. H. P. Sage. 

McCutchensville Geo. W. Sampson. 

East Liverpool. Joshua A. Riddle. 

Franklin Mills. A. M. Sherman. 

Manchester. Jas. N. Brittingham. 

Greenfield. Silas Irion. 

Osborn. Joseph Baughman. 

Tiffin. Robert Crum. 

Lodges Chartered in October, 1860. 

Piketon. "A. C. Davis. 

Townsend. R. W. Beckwith. 

Clarksville. G. W. Starkey. 

Sabina. Reuben Newman. 

Ottawa. C. M. Godfrey. 

Johnstown. Joseph Barnum. 

Galion. Joseph Hildreth. 

N. Bloomfield. James Pierson. 

Sandusky City. Geo. S. Patterson. 

Bolivar. Simpson Harmount. 

Cherry Valley. . Moses Dickinson. 

Edenton. Andrew Jackson. 



294 Forest, 

295 Ithaca, 

296 W. Phoenix, 

297 Grand- River, 

298 Flushing, 

299 Amelia, 

300 Stafford, 

301 Gibson, 

302 Willoughby, 

303 Mt. Carmel. 

304 Rose, 

305 Stokes, 

306 Acadia, 

307 Lakeshore, 

308 Aurelius, 

309 Frankfort, 

310 Eden, 

311 Urania, 

312 Harveysburgh, 

313 Sullivan, 

314 Wyandot, 

315 Riddle, 

316 Rockton, 

317 Manchester, 

318 Greenfield, 

319 Osborn, 

320 Tiffin, 



321 Orient, 

322 E. Townsend, 

323 Clarksville, 

324 Sabina, 

325 Ottawa, 

326 Center, 

327 Fidelity, 

328 Rural, 

329 Perseverance, 

330 Caldwell, 

331 Golden Rule, 

332 Edenton, 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

Organized February, 5816. 

The Grand Chapter holds its Annual Convocations at Columbus, in the second 
week of October. It is subordinate to the General Grand Chapter. It has 76 
subordinate Chapters under its jurisdiction; with a total Membership of 3060. 



OHIO. 



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According to the published returns of October, 5860, there were 60 Suspended 
for non-payment of dues, 13 Suspended for other causes, 11 Expelled, 26 Rein- 
stated, 99 Withdrawn, and 26 Died. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 

1 Marietta. 

2 Cincinnati. 

3 Worthington. 

4 Chilicothe. 

6 Newark. 

7 Norwalk. 

9 Zanesville. 

11 Lancaster. 

12 Columbus. 

14 Cleveland. 

15 Steubenville. 

16 Dayton. 

17 St. Clairsville. 

18 Massilon. 

19 Cincinnati. 

20 Circleville. 

21 Hamilton. 

23 Portsmouth. 

24 Troy. 



No. Name. 

25 Akron. 

26 Mount Vernon. 

27 Wooster. 

28 Mansfield. 

29 Toledo. 

30 Medina. 

31 Piqua. 

33 Republic. 

34 Urbana. 

35 Milford. 

36 Xenia. 

37 McConnellsville. 

38 N. Philadelphia. 

39 Athens. 

40 Hillsborough. 

41 Felicity. 

42 Tiffin. 

44 Miamisburg. 

45 Bryan. 



No. Name. 

46 Painesville. 

47 Elyria. 

48 Springfield. 

49 Lima. 

62 Georgetown. 

53 Cambridge. 

54 Delaware. 

55 Wellsville. 

56 Vinton. 

57 N. Carlisle. 

58 Findlay. 

59 Gilead. 

60 Bellefontaine. 

61 Somerset. 

62 Marion. 

63 Wilmington. 

64 Fremont. 

65 Ashtabula. 

66 Warren. 



No. Name. 

67 Ashland. 

68 Ironton. 

69 Burnesville. 

70 Jackson. 

71 Van Wert. 

72 Sandusky City. 

73 London. 

74 Twinsburg. 

75 Logan. 

76 Conneaut. 

77 Greenville. 

78 Moscow. 

79 Gallipolis. 

80 Pomeroy. 

81 Smithfield. 

82 Ripley. 

83 Alliance. 
U. D. Canton. 

U. D. Woodsfield. 



[We have been unable, up to the time of going to p: 
the Chapters in Ohio. They are not published in the 



ress, to obtain the times of meeting and locations 
proceedings of the Grand Chapter.] 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

Organized 5829. 

The Grand Council of Ohio holds its Annual Communication on the second 
Thursday in October. It has 27 subordinate Councils under its jurisdiction. 
The returns at the Annual Communication, October 11th, 5860, give the follow- 
ing: Nnmber of members, 773; Advanced during the year, 81 ; Withdrawn, 27; 
Suspended, 42 ; Died, 3 ; Reinstated, 4 ; Expelled, 5 ; Total dues, $469. 



SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 



No. Name. 


Location. 


No. Name. 


Location. 


1 Cincinnati, 


Cincinnati. 


11 Mansfield, 


Mansfield. 


2 Union, 


Steubenville. 


12 Zanesville, 


Zanesville. 


3 Lancaster, 


Lancaster. 


13 Wooster, 


Wooster. 


5 Solomon, 


Portsmouth. 


14 Franklin, 


Troy. 


7 Bigelow, 


Newark. 


15 Athens, 


Athens. 


8 Columbus, 


Columbus. 


16 Hillsborough, 


Hillsborough, 


9 Reese, 


Dayton. 


17 Springfield, 


Springfield. 


10 Lafayette, 


Piqua. 


18 Connell, 


Felicity. 



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No. Name. 


Location. 


No. Name. 


Location. 


19 Hamilton, 


Hamilton. 


25 Barrere, 


Georgetown. 


20 Lima, 


Lima. 


26 Sandusky, 


Sandusky. 


21 Lebanon, 


Lebanon. 


31 Reeves, 


McConnellaville. 


22 Marion, 


Marion. 


32 Moriah, 


Gallipolis. 


23 Painesville, 


Painesville. 


33 Logan, 


Bellefontaine. 


24 Norwalk, 


Norwalk. 







GRAND ENCAMPMENT. 

Organized Octoeee, 1843. 

The Grand Encampment of Ohio holds its Annual Sessions in the City of 
Columbus, on the second Thursday of October. It has 15 subordinate Encamp- 
ments under its jurisdiction. The returns of the Annual Session, October, 1860, 
report 817 members. The number of Sir Knights created during the year, 75 ; 
Deaths, 5; Eeceived, 2; Dimitted, 23; Suspended, 10; Expelled, 10; Dues 
paid, $518. 

SUBORDINATE ENCAMPMENTS. 



No. Namb. 


Location. 


No. Name. 


Location. 


1 Mount Vernon, 


Columbus. 


9 De Molay, 


Republic. 


2 Lancaster, 


Lancaster. 


10 Cypress, 


Zanesville. 


3 Cincinnati, 


Cincinnati. 


11 Steubenville, 


Steubenville. 


4 Massillon, 


Massillon. 


12 Oriental, 


Cleveland. 


5 Clinton, 


Mount Vernon. 


13 Calvary, 


Portsmouth. 


6 Reed, 


Dayton. 


14 Shawnee, 


Lima. 


7 Toledo, 


Toledo. 


15 Athens, 


Athens. 


8 Chilicothe, 


Chilicothe. 







SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 



AKRON, Summit County. 

Akron Lodge, 83, was chartered October, a.d. 1841, a.l. 5841. Eegular 
meetings, Tuesday on or before full moon ; 72 members. 

Allen, Wm. O, Assistant Postmaster and Telegraph Operator. S. D., Ak- 
ron, 83 ; C. H., Washington chap., 25. 

Bartges, S. W., Physician and Surgeon. P. M., Akron, 83 ; P. H. P., Wash- 
ington chap., 25. 

Bierce, General Lucius V., Attorney at Law. Initiated a.l. 5826, in Unity, 
30 ; Past and Present W. M., Akron, 83 ; P. H. P., Washington chap., 25 ; 
Eoyal and Select Master; Knights Templar; P. G. Master, Grand Lodge. 

Collins, C. A., Carriage Manufacturer. S. W., Akron, 83 ; P. C. H., Wash- 
ington chap., 25. 

Derrig, James, Silver Plater. Akron, 83. 



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Dussel, Jacob B., Groceries, Provisions, Wines, etc. Akron, 83. 

Elkins, R. S., Books, Stationery, Drugs, Medicines, etc., Proprietor Summit 
County Beacon. Treas., Akron, 83 ; Washington chap., 25. 

Hammond, R. 0., Attorney at Law and Postmaster. J. W., Akron, 83. 

Henry, R. P., Livery and Sale Stable. P. Treas., Akron, 83. 

Howe, Richard, Civil Engineer. Akron, 83. 

Humphrey, N. M., Probate Judge. P. J. W., Akron, 83 ; Scribe, Washing- 
ton chap., 25. 

McMillon, J. 0., Melodeon and Piano-forte Manufacturer. J. D., Akron, 83 ; 
Washington chap., 25. 

Milligan, Joseph, Commission and Forwarding Merchant. P. J. W., Akron, 
83 ; G. M. 2d Veil, Washington chap., 25. 

Nicholson, Wm., Cutter for Siesel Jacobson & Co. Akron, 83. 

Robinson, Stephen, Cabinet Turner, Florist and Horticulturalist. P. M., 
Akron, 83; P. H. P., Washington chap., 25; Order of the High Priesthood. 
Initiated in Constellation Lodge, Mass., a.l. 5827. 

Scott, David A., Blacksmith and City Marshal. P. M., Cascade, U. D. ; P. 
S. W., Akron, 83 ; King, Washington chap., 25. 

Stephens, J. W., Justice of the Peace. Initiated in Fidelity, 309, N. Y., a.l. 
5823; P. S. W. and Secretary, Akron, 83 ; P. Scribe and Secretary, Washing- 
ton chap., 25. 

Tallman, Wm., H., Watch-maker, Jewelry, and Manufacturer of Hair Jew- 
elry. P. S. D., Akron, 83 ; Washington chap., 25. 

Upington, Philip, Saddle and Harness. P. Treas., Akron, 83 ; Washington 
chap., 25. 
Wetmore, H. W., Stoves, Tinware, and Agricultural Implements. Akron, 83. 
Wilson, Sullivan S., County Treasurer. Star, 187. 

ALLIANCE, Stark County. 

Conrad, Joseph R., Agriculturalist, Atwater, Portage County, Ohio. W. M., 
Alliance, 271 ; H. P., Alliance cbap., 83 ; Sir Knight; 32d. 

Dorman, Charles H., Locomotive Engineer. Alliance, 271. 

Dorman, David, Locomotive Engineer. Alliance, 271. 

Filson, James M., Railroad Conductor. Alliance, 271 ; Alliance chap., 83. 

Hester, D. G., Agent C. and P. Railroad, and Insurance Agent. Secretary, 
Alliance, 271 ; Secretary, Alliance chap., 83. 

Johnson, Simon, Agriculturalist, and Mayor. S. D., Alliance, 271. 

Nixon, Wm. A., firm of Pettit & Nixon, Commission Merchants and Pro- 
duce Dealers. P. S., Alliance, 271 ; Treas., Alliance chap., 83. 

Reiter, Alexander, Jeweler and Watch-maker. P. S. W., Wellsville, 180 ; 
Member, Alliance, 271 ; G. M. 1st Veil, Alliance chap., 83. 

Shalters, M. R., Manufacturer of Agricultural Implements. Alliance, 271 ; 
Alliance chap., 83. 

Sourbeck, Daniel, Eating Saloon at Junction P. F. W. and C. Railroad and 
C. and P. Railroad. Alliance, 271. 

Uran, John, Fireman. Tyler, Alliance, 271. 



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ASHTABULA, Ashtabula County. 



Amsden, A. 0., "Watch-maker and Jeweler. J. W., Eising Sun, 22. 

Dickinson, G. W., Watch-maker and Jeweler. Secretary, Eising Sun, 22 ; 
Western Eeserve chap., 65. 

Hoyt, Wm B., Local Minister, and Lumber Dealer. Eising Sun, 22. 

Hubbard, John C, Physician and Surgeon. Eising Sun, 22. 

Knapp, G. A., Copper, Tin, and Sheet-iron Manufacturer. S. W., Eising 
Sun, 22. 

Munn, Herman D., Carriage Manufacturer. Eising Sun, 22. 

Newbery, Martin, Druggist. Rising Sun, 22. 

Patterson, Geo. A., Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. Eising Sun, 22 ; Nunda 
chap., 155, N. Y. 

Steele, A. W., Watch and Clock Maker, and Jeweler. P. J. W., Rising Sun, 
22 ; Secretary, Western Eeserve chap., 65. 

Strong, A. A., Eailroad Agent. W. M., Rising Sun, 22 ; C. H., Western 
Eeserve chap., 65. 

Warmington, Robt. C, Proprietor Ashtabula House. Rising Sun, 22. 

Wolff, L., Clothing Merchant. Cleveland City, 15; Mark Master Mason. 

BELLAIE. 

Benson, James, Master of Ferryboat "Here I Am." Treasurer, Bellair, 267. 
Bippus, Christian, Engineer of Car Factory. Tyler, Bellair, 267. 
Cowen, B. R., Clerk of House of Representatives of Ohio. W. M., Bellair, 
267; St. Clairsville chap., 17; Zanesville com. 
Richards, Ambrose, Carpenter. S. D., Bellair, 267. 
Walker, N. B., Boot and Shoe Dealer, Central Block. Bellair, 267. 

BERLIN HEIGHTS, Erie County. 
Tillinghast, 0. C, Agriculturalist. Gibson, 301. 

BRIDGEPORT, Belmont County. 

Branum, Alex., Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware, etc., 
Bank and Pike Sts. Bridgeport, 181 ; St. Clairsville chap., 17. 

Stewart, William, Proprietor of Belmont Planing and Saw Mills, Lumber 
Yard, etc. Bridgeport, 181 ; ,St. Clairsville chap., 17. 

CANAL DOVER, Tuscarawas County. 

Brisben, John, M.D. and Druggist. Tuscarawas, 59. 

Conaway, Henry, Physician and Druggist. Secretary, Tuscarawas, 59. 

Criswell, Wm. H., Mercantile Salesman. P. J. W. and Secretary, Tuscar- 
awas, 59 ; Tuscarawas chap., 38. 

Haley, Thomas J., Farmer and Stock Dealer. P. M., Tuscarawas, 59; Tus- 
carawas chap., 38. 

Hammon, S., Butcher. W. M., Tuscarawas, 59 ; Tuscarawas chap., 38. 

Harmount, S., Merchant. W. M., Caldwell, 330; P. M., Tuscarawas, 59; 
P. H. P., Tuscarawas chap., 38 ; Massillon com., 4. 



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Hodge, Wm, S., Mercantile Salesman. Tuscarawas, 59. 

Newburgh, J. W., Postmaster and Justice of the Peace. Tuscarawas, 59 ; 
Tuscarawas chap., 38. 

Pech, Ernst, Physician and Surgeon. J. W., Caldwell, 330. 

Rex, John, Tin, Stoves, Copperware, and Manufacturer of Domestic Wines of 
all kinds. Treas., Tuscarawas, 59 ; P. H. P., Tuscarawas chap., 38. 

Savell, James, Proprietor Liberty Hotel. P. Treas., Tuscarawas, 59. 

Selden, 0. G., M.D. S. D., New Philadelphia, 177 ; R. A. 0., Tuscarawas 
chap., 38. 

Tuscarawas Lodge, 59, meets every Saturday. 

Walters, Wm., Merchant. Tuscarawas, 59. 

Wilhelmi, A., Attorney, Justice of the Peace, and Notary Public. P. J. and 
S. W., Tuscarawas, 59 ; P. H. P., Tuscarawas chap., 38. 

Williams, F. P., Stoves, Tinware, etc. New Philadelphia, 177. 

Wilson, V. P., Editor and Publisher. S. D., Tuscarawas, 59. 

Zigler, Henry, Attorney at Law and Postmaster. Tuscarawas, 59. 

CANTON, Stark County. 

Alexander, Wm. H., Attorney at Law. S. D , Canton, 60. 

Aultman, C, Manufacturer Agricultural Machines and Buckeye Mowers. 
Canton, 60 ; Canton chap., U. D. ; Massillon com., 4. 

Beatty, Samuel, Sheriff of Stark County. Canton, 60 ; Canton chap., U. D. ; 
Massillon com., 4. 

Burke, Wm. H., Probate Judge. P. M., Clinton, 47 ; W. M., Canton, 60; 
P. H. P., Hiram chap., 18 ; H. P., Canton chap., U. D. ; Order High Priest- 
hood ; P. E. C, Massillon com., 4. 

Deuble, Geo., firm of Deuble & Bro., Watch-makers, Jewelers, etc. Canton, 
60. 

Evans, Wm. P., Attorney at Law. P. M., Canton, 60. 

Gotthold, Lewis E., Druggist. P. Secretary and S. D., Canton, 60 ; Canton 
chap., U. D. 

Gottshall, Daniel, Justice of the Peace. P. M., Canton, 60: initiated at 
Milton, Northumberland County, Pa., a.l. 5824 ; Scribe, Canton chap., U. D. ; 
Massillon com., 4. 

Kailey, John, Machinist. Canton, 60. 

Leiter, Benj. F., Attorney at Law. Canton, 60 ; Canton chap., U. D. 

Meyer, Herman, Clothing Merchant. P. J. W., Canton, 60 ; Canton chap., 
U. D. 

Oberly, Christian, Provisions and Saloon. Canton, 60; G. M. 3d Veil, Can- 
ton chap., U. D. 

Ohliger, Lewis, Proprietor Jackson Hotel. Canton, 60. 

Oliver, Henry, Dentist. Canton, 60. 

Raber, John, Proprietor of Der Deutsche, in Ohio. Steward, Canton, 60. 

Renner, Wm. G., News Agent. Canton, 60. 

Ruhman, M., Clothing Merchant. Secretary, Canton, 60. 

Schweitzer, Conrad, Hardware Merchant. Treasurer, Canton, 60. 

Tinkler, Chas. H., Butcher. Canton, 60. 

Williard, J. G., County Surveyor. Initiated in Columbia, 58, Md., a.l. 5822 ; 
King, Canton chap., U. D.; Massillon com., 4. 



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CINCXBTlirATI. 



Alexander, John, M.D., southwest cor. Sixth St. and Broadway. McMillan, 
141. 

Avery, Chas. T., M.D., 99 West Seventh St. Cincinnati, 133. 

Barrett, E. D., Patent Steam Engine for Transferring the Momentum of the 
Piston, 42 East Fifth St. N. C. Harmony, 2. 

Bell, John E., Deputy Auditor Ham. Co., 446 West Seventh St. Cynthia, 
155 ; Member of the Lodge, Chap., Conn., and Consistory of P.-. R.\ S.\ 32d 
degree. 

Billiods, Frederick, Lafayette Brewery, junction Vine St. and Hamilton Road. 
Cincinnati, 133 ; McMillan chap., 19 ; Cincinnati coun., 1 ; Cincinnati encpt., 3. 

Blakemore, John R. S. W., Cincinnati, 133 ; McMillan chap., 19 ; Cincinnati 
coun., 1. 

Bodman, F., Dealer in Tobacco and Cigars, 270 Main St., between Sixth and 
Seventh Sts. P. M., Cincinnati, 133; McMillan chap., 19 ; Cincinnati coun., 1 ■ 
Cincinnati encpt., 3. 

Brannan, B. F., 31 and 33 Pearl St. Cincinnati, 133. 

Brown, Charles, Wholesale Grocer, 49 West Second St. P. M., Cynthia, 
155; P. G. H. P., McMillan chap., 19; Cincinnati coun., 1; Cincinnati encpt., 3; 
Member of the Lodge, Chap., Coun., and Grand Consistory, P.-. R.\ S.\ 32d 
degree. 

Burckhardt, Leopold, Commission Merchant and Manufacturer of Lard Oil 
and Stearine, 103 Sycamore St. Cincinnati, 133 ; Secretary, McMillan R. A. 
chap., 19 ; Cincinnati coun., 1. 

Cameron, Lycurgus, Miller, cor. Western Road and Clark St. Secretary, 
McMillan, 141 ; McMillan chap., 19 ; Cincinnati coun., 1 ; Recorder, Cincinnati 
encpt., 3. 

Carson, Enoch T., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Gas Fixtures, Lamps, 
Chandeliers, etc., 162 Main St. P. M., Cynthia, 155 ; Cincinnati chap., 2 ; Cin- 
cinnati coun., 1 ; Cincinnati encpt, 3 ; K. T. G. Com. of the Sov. Grand Con- 
sistory of Ohio, P.-. R.\ S.\ 32d degree. Author of a Monitor of the Ancient 
and Accepted Rite. 

Clarke, W. A., Publisher, 57 W. Third St. Cynthia, 155. 

Cohen, Wolf, Wholesale Clothing, 187 Main St. Miami, 46 ; Cincinnati chap., 
2 ; Cincinnati coun., 1. 

Copelen, Geo. W., Secretary Citizens' Insurance Co. Lafayette, 81. 

Copelen, Isaac C, President Citizens' Insurance Co. P. M., N. C. Harmony 
Lodge, 2 ; P. G. S. W. of the Grand Lodge of Ohio ; P. T. I. of the Grand Coun. ; 
P. D. G. M. of the Grand Encpt. of Ohio ; Grand Treas., Grand Coun. ; Grand 
Treas., Grand Chap. ; Grand Treas., Grand Encpt. ; Cincinnati chap., 2 ; Cincin- 
nati coun., 1 ; Cincinnati encpt., 3 ; Member of the Order of High Priesthood. 

Dern, Geo. F., Printer, Gazette Office, corner Vine and Fourth Sts. Cynthia, 
155. 

Dixon, George M., Importer and Dealer in Drugs, northwest cor. Fifth and 
Main Sts. Cincinnati, 133 ; Cincinnati chap., 2 ; Cincinnati coun., 1 ; Cincin- 
nati encpt., 3 ; Member of the Lodge, Coun., Chap., and Grand Consistory ; 
P.-. R.\ S.\ 32d degree. 



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Blias, Henry P., Wholesale Dealer in Watches and Jewelry, also Manufac- 
turer of Masonic Lodge, Chapter, and Encampment Jewels, Marks, etc., 16 
West Fourth St. Lafayette, 81 ; Cincinnati chap., 2 ; Cincinnati coun., 1 ; Cin- 
cinnati encpt., 3. 

Ernst, Jacob, Bookseller and Publisher. N. C. Harmony, 2 ; McMillan chap., 
19 ; Cincinnati coun., 1 ; Prel., Cincinnati encpt., 3. 

Folge.r, Charles R., Hardware Manufacturer, 396 Walnut St. Secretary, 
N. C. Harmony. 2. 

Frisbie, John L., Eagle Steam and Gas Works. Property Committee, N. C. 
Harmony, 2. 
Getz, Geo. W., Book-keeper, 103 Sycamore St. Cincinnati, 133. 
Graff, Jacob, Auctioneer, 18 East Fourth St. P. M., Lafayette, 81 ; P. H. P., 
Cincinnati chap., 2 ; P. Thr. 111., Cincinnati coun., 1 ; P. G. H. P. of Grand 
Chap. ; P. Pr. of the coun. of High Priests ; Cincinnati encpt., 3 ; Member of 
Lodge, Chap., Coun., and Grand Consistory; P.-. R.\ S.\ 32d degree. 

Greenwood, Miles, Eagle Iron Works, cor. Canal and Walnut Sts. Cummins- 
ville, 253. 

Hanselman, C. F., Justice of the Peace. P. M., N. 0. Harmony and Hansel- 
man Lodges; Cincinnati chap., 2 ; Cincinnati coun., 1; Cincinnati encpt., 3 ; 
P. D. G. H. P. G, Chap ; P. G. T. I. Grand Master, Grand Coun. ; P. G,. M., G. 
Encampment of Ohio ; P.-. R.\ S.-. 32d degree. 

Heinsheimer, Lewis, Wholesale Clothing and Dry Goods Merchant, 125 
Walnut St. Cincinnati, 133 ; Gibulum Lodge of Perfection, and Dalcho coun., 
P. of J. 
Hershberger, Adam, Ex-Cash Collector, 52 E. Third St. Cynthia, 155. 
Hill, Arthur, Steward Com. Hospital, corner Twelfth and Central Av. P. M., 
Cynthia, 155. 
Irwin, James T., Dentist, 171 Race St. S. D., Cincinnati, 133. 
Ives, Henry, Recorder Ham. Co. Lafayette, 81 ; McMillan chap., 19. 
Jackman, Wm. Jas., Printer, Gazette Office, corner Vine and Fourth Sts. 
Adams, 318, Bloomsfleld, Perry County, Pa. 

Kessler, Henry, Sheriff Ham. Co., Dealer in Leather, Hides, and Findings, 215 
Maine St. Lafayette, 81. 

Laird, John M., Printer, Gazette Office, corner Vine and Fourth Sts. Union, 
324, Mifflintown, Pa. 

Lawrie, Alex., Finisher, Cincinnati Type Foundery, corner Vine and Long- 
worth Sts. Cynthia, 155. 

Lawson, L. M., M.D., office northwest cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts. McMillan, 
141 ; P. H. P., McMillan chap., 19 ; Cincinnati coun., 1 ; Encpt., 3. 
Lewis A. H., Assistant Supt. 0. and M. Railroad. McMillan, 141. 
Lippincott, E., Paymaster of 0. and M. Railroad. McMillan, 141 ; McMillan 
chap., 19. 

Looker, W. R., Printer, Gazette Office, corner Vine and Fourth Sts. La- 
fayette, 81. 

Lovell, 0. S., Linseed Oil Manufacturer and Dealer in Lard and Grease, 38 
Lock St. Cincinnati, 133 ; Cincinnati chap., 2 ; Cincinnati coun., 1 ; Cincinnati 
encpt., 3 ; Member of the Lodge, Chap., Coun., and Grand Consistory ; P.-. R.\ S.- . 
32d degree. 



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Lucky, N. P., Bricklayer and Builder, 121 Laurel St. J. W., Cynthia, 155 ; 
S.\ P.-. R.\ S.\ 32d G. Consistory, Ohio. 

Marshall, Bobt. M., Printer, corner Columbia and Vine Sts. McMillan, 141 ; 
Cincinnati chap., 2 ; Cincinnati coun., 1 ; Gibulum Lodge of Perfection ; Dalcho 
coun. P. of J. 

Matthews, Howard, Auditor of County. W. M., Cincinnati, 133 ; P. H. P., 
McMillan chap., 19 ; Cincinnati encpt., 3 ; P.-. R.\ S.\ 32d degree. 

McKay, Geo., Brass Eule Maker and Type Pounder, Cincinnati Type Foun- 
dery, corner Vine and Longworth Sts. Cynthia, 155. 

Megrue, E. G., Chief Engineer of Fire Department, corner Pace and Long- 
worth Sts. McMillan, 141. 

Moffett, James S., Wholesale Grocer, 70 Walnut St. Lafayette, 81 ; Cincin- 
nati E. A. chap., 2 ; Cincinnati coun., 1 ; Cincinnati encpt., 3. 

Moore, Cornelius, Editor and Publisher of Masonic Eeview. P. M., McMillan, 
141 ; K. T. 

Patterson, A., Stable-keeper, corner Congress and Lawrence Sts. Cynthia, 
155. 

Peel, Saml., Lumber Merchant, corner Court and Elm Sts. ; 27 Clark St. 
Cynthia, 155 ; McMillan chap., 19 ; Cincinnati coun., 1. 

Porter, Wm., Foreman of Commercial Office, corner Eace and Fourth Sts. 
Late of Essex Lodge, Salem, Mass. 

Eidenour, Saml. H., Foreman Carpenter and Joiner, Cincinnati Tpye Foun- 
dery, corner Vine and Longworth Sts. W. M., Cynthia, 155; G. Tyler, Lodge 
of Perfection ; G. Tyler, Dalcho coun. ; G. Chap, of Eose Croix; G. Consistory 
of P.-. of B.\ S.\ 32d. 

Eodgers, W. G., Manufacturer and Dealer in Ladies' Fine Boots, Shoes, etc., 
25 E. Pearl St. N. C. Harmony, 2. 

Scott, John, Druggist, northwest cor. Seventh and Broadway Sts. Treasurer, 
McMillan, 141 ; McMillan chap., 19 ; Cincinnati coun., 1 ; Cincinnati encpt., 
3; Member of the Lodge, Chap., Coun., and Grand Consistory; P. - . R.\ S.\ 
32d degree. 

Shaw, John, Carpenter and Joiner, 140 Laurel St. Cynthia, 155. 

Sheldon, Rev. H. O., Methodist Minister. Mount Vernon, 64; Mansfield 
coun., 11. 

Shepard, 0. F., Clerk 0. and M. Railroad. McMillan, 141 ; Cincinnati chap., 
2 ; Cincinnati coun., 1. 

Slane, Jackson, Jewelry and Silver Ware, 6 West Fourth St. Secretary, 
Cincinnati, 133; McMillan chap., 19. 

Smythe, Albert L., Book-keeper, 12 Public Landing. S. D., Lafayette, 81 ; 
Secretary, Cincinnati R. A. chap., 2 ; Cincinnati coun., 1. 

Smith, Thos. Kilby, Attorney at Law, 294 West Court St. Federal, 1, Wash- 
ington, D. 0. ; Potomac chap., 8, Georgetown, D. C. ; Washington com., 1, 
D. C. 

Stadler, Max., Wholesale Clothing and Dry Goods, etc., 106 W. Pearl St., 
and 117 W. Third St. Lafayette, 81. 

Taliaferro, W. T., M.D., office northwest cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts. Mays- 
ville Lodge and Chap., Maysville, Ky. ; Cincinnati coun., 1. 



ohio. 339 

Vatier, John L., M.D., 160 Ninth St. P. M., McMillan, 141 ; P. M., La- 
fayette, 81 ; P. G. H. P., Cincinnati chap., 2 ; P. D. G. M. of the Grand Lodge 
of Ohio ; P. G. M. of the Grand Encpt. 

Warner, Geo. K., Carpenter and Joiner and Pipeman Marion Fire Company, 
No. 8, 268 Cutter St. Cynthia, 155. 

Wilson, John I)., Brass Finisher, Jones's House, Sycamore St. McMillan, 141. 

Winans, Isaac C, Special Officer Police Court, 573 Sycamore St. Cynthia, 
155. 

Wright, Gordon J., Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of Cigars, Snuffs, 
Tobacco, etc., 375 Western Row. Cynthia, 15f>. 

Wright, John, Clerk Daily Times Office, 394 Fifth St. Cynthia, 155. 

CIKCLEVILLE, Pickaway County. 

Bitzer, C. S., Salesman for Wolfleg, Gregg & Shultz. Pickaway, 23 ; Circle- 
ville chap., 20. 

Boyer, John, Grocer and Baker. Pickaway, 23 ; Circleville chap., 20. 

Bradford, N. T., Canal Collector. P. S. W., Pickaway, 23 ; Circleville 
chap., 20. 

Foreman, R. A., Farmer and Miller. Pickaway, 23; Circleville chap., 20; 
Chilicothe com., 8. 

Fry, George, Proprietor of National House. Pickaway, 23 ; Circleville 
chap., 20. 

Gregg, Israel, Merchant. Lithopolis, 169 ; Circleville chap., 20. 

McPherson, Wat. D., Books and Stationery. Pickaway, 23. 

Olds, C. D., Dealer in Drugs and Medicines. Pickaway, 23 ; Circleville 
chap., 20. 

Wilson, R. H. W. M., Pickaway, 23 ; P. K., Circleville chap., 20 ; Chili- 
cothe com., 8. 

Wright, Chas. E., Teller Scioto Valley Bank. Pickaway, 23 ; Circleville 
chap., 20. 

CLEVELAND. 

Adams, Geo. H, Sign and Ornamental Painter, 170 Superior St. Cleveland 
City, 15 ; Webb chap., 14; Oriental com., 12. 

Bemis, Henry V., Commission Merchant. Iris, 229 ; Webb chap., 14. 

Benton, Curtis, Druggist. P. M., Cleveland City, 15 ; Painesville chap., 46. 

Buhrer, S., Merchant. Bigelow, 243 ; Webb chap., 14; Oriental com., 12. 

Burt, George H., Bridge Builder. Iris, 229 ; Webb chap., 14 ; Oriental 
com., 12. 

Creighton, R., Bookbinder. Iris, 229; Webb chap., 14 ; Oriental com., 12. 

Cunningham, James S., Agent for Liverpool Packets, Oviatt's Building. 
Iris, 229 ; Webb chap., 14 ; Oriental com., 12. 

Felton, E. R., Proprietor of Commercial College. Mount Vernon, 64 ; Huron 
chap., 7. 

Field, D. E., Watch-maker and Jeweler, 125 Bank St. Iris, 229 ; Webb chap., 
14 ; Oriental com., 12. 

Gale, C. C, Conductor C. C. and C. Railroad. Magnolia, 20. 

Hopkins, James E., Copper-plate Engraver, Dealer in Gold Pens, etc. Iris, 
229; Webb chap., 14; Oriental com., 12. 



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Iddings, Hiram, Grocery Merchant. Iris, 229 ; Webb chap., 14 ; Oriental 
com., 12. 

Johnson, W. C, Foreman Blacksmith Shop, 0. and P. Railroad. Iris, 229. 

Main, 0. E., Proprietor Johnson House. Iris, 229 ; Webb chap., 14 ; Oriental 
com., 12. 

Martin, L., Engineer 0. C. and C. Railroad, 5 Smith St. Cleveland City, 15. 

Parker, M. C, Eclectic Physician and Druggist, 50 Public Square. Iris, 229. 

Ranney, Henry C, Accountant. W. M., Iris, 229 ; Webb chap., 14 ; Oriental 
com., 12. 

Ross, Theodore, Book-keeper, Weddell House. Iris, 229 ; Webb chap., 14 ; 
Oriental com., 12. 

Sherwood, J. Q., Dry Goods Merchant, 242 Superior St. Iris, 229. 

Skinner, OrviUe B., Clerk C. C. and C. Railroad Office. Erie, 161 ; Buffalo 
chap., 71, N. Y. ; Oriental com., 12. 

Stewart, Graham, Blacksmith C. 0. and C Railroad. Cleveland. City, 15. 

CLYDE. 

Bement, R. B., Oriental Traveling Author and Lecturer on Ancient History. 
Sandusky, 77 ; Seneca chap., 42 ; Franklin coun., 14. 

Brown, Rev. George R., Universalist Minister. Hildreth, 165; Republic 
chap., 70 ; De Molay encpt., 9. 

Crandall, NathaD, Farmer. Monticello, 244 ; Fremont chap., 64; Sandusky 
City coun., 26. 

Eaton, C. G., Practical Physician.. Monticello, 244; Fremont chap., 64. 

Page, General Chas. W., Attorney and Counselor at Law. Monticello, 244 ; 
Huron chap., 7 ; Norwalk coun., 24. 

CONWEAirT, Ashtabula County. 

Boughton, S. E., Railroad Clerk. Secretary, Evergreen, 222. 

Burgess, Otis, Proprietor Lake House, and Justice of the Peace. P. M., 
Evergreen, 222 ; H. P., Conneaut chap., 76. 

Capron, M., Sailor and Vessel Owner. P. Treas., Evergreen, 222 ; G. M. of 
3d Veil, Conneaut chap., 76. 

Carlin, T. J., Grocer, and Postmaster. P. M., Evergreen, 222. 

Chapman, Wm. B., Attorney at Law. W. M., Evergreen, 222. 

Smith, N. G., Attorney at Law and Notary Public. Evergreen, 222. 

CRESTLINE. 

Archer, M. C, Check Clerk C. C. Railroad. Arcana, 272 ; Mansfield 
chap., 28. 

Champ, W. H., Saloon-keeper. Arcana, 272 ; Mansfield chap., 28. 

Kernahan, W. P., Surgeon and Physician. W. M., Arcana, 272 ; Mansfield 
chap., 28. 

McGraw, John, Dealer in Groceries and Provisions. Arcana, 272 ; Mansfield 
chap., 28. 

Miller, Chas. H., Freight Conductor P. F. H. and Chicago Railroad. Car- 
roll, 124. 

Ogden, D., Justice of the Peace. Arcana, 272; Mansfield chap., 28. 

Palmer, John, Druggist. Tyler, Arcana, 272. 



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DAYTON, Montgomery County. 

Ayres, B. M., "Wholesale Grocer. P. M., Dayton, 147 ; Unity chap., 16 ; 
Eeese coun., 9 ; Eeed com., 6. 

Olark, David, Publisher and Proprietor Dayton Empire. P. M., Dayton, 147 ; 
Unity chap., 16 ; Eeese coun., 9 ; Eeed com., 6. 

Dickey, John A., Book-keeper. St. John's, 13 ; Unity chap., 16 ; Eeese 
coun., 9 ; Eeed com., 6. 

Dryden, Danl. H., County Auditor. P. S. W., St. John's, 13; Unity chap., 
16 ; Eeese coun., 9 ; Eeed com., 6. 

Gillespie, W. H., Furniture Dealer. P. M., St. John's, 13 ; Unity chap., 16 ; 
Eeese coun., 9 ; Eeed com., 6. 

Kiefer, 0. 0.. Salesman for Loomis & Barnett. St. John's, 13 ; P. H. P., 
Unity chap., 16 ; Eeese coun., 9 ; Eeed com., 6. 

Mills, John, Sheriff. P. M., St. John's, 13 ; P. H. P., Unity chap., 16 ; Eeese 
coun., 9 ; Eeed com., 6. 

Shull, Danl. St. John's, 13 ; Unity chap., 16 ; Eeese coun., 9 ; Eee4 com., 6. 

Sullivan, S. M., Attorney and Notary Public. Dayton, 147 ; Unity chap., 16 ; 
Eeese coun., 9 ; Eeed com., 6. 

DELAWARE, Delaware County. 

Mower, Eev. Samuel, Methodist Episcopal Minister. P. Chaplain, Mount 
Vernon, 64 ;- P. Chaplain, Huron chap., 7; P. Chaplain, Norwalk coun., 24; 
De Molay, com., 9. 

EATON, Preble County. 

Brookins, John P., M.D., Druggist. P. M., Bolivar, 82 ; Eaton chap., 22 ; 
Eeed com., 6. 

Campbell, W. M., M.D. W. M., Bolivar, 82 ; P. H. P., Eaton chap., 22 ; 
Eeed com., 6. 

Edson, H. M., Parmer, (Enterprise P. 0.) P. M., King Hiram, 88 ; 'Eaton 
chap., 22 ; Eeed com., 6. 

Larsh, Thomas J., Civil Engineer. Bolivar, 82 ; P. H. P., Eaton chap., 22. 

Pinney, Joseph N. Bolivar, 82 ; Eaton chap., 22 ; E. & S. M. 

ELTEIA. 

Bishop, Peter A., Clerk, Messrs. S. Baldwin, Laundon & Nelson's General 
Store. E. A. Capt., Marshall chap., 47. 

Boynton, Joshua E., Meat Market. King Solomon's, 56. 

Burke, Stephenson, Attorney. King Solomon's, 56. 

Catlin, W. C, Superintendent of Schools. King Solomon's, 56. 

Elder, M. A., Postmaster. Master 1st Veil, Marshall chap., 47. 

Hulbert, J. W., Cashier Lorain Bank. P. M., King Solomon's, 56 ; M. E. 
H. P., Marshall chap., 47 ; Oriental encpt., 13. 

Johnson, Albert H., Clerk, Messrs. Baldwin, Laundon & Nelson's General 
Store. M. M. 

Maynes, A. G., Machinist. King Solomon's, 56. 

Sampsell, P. W., Physician. King Solomon's, 56. 



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Starr, A. G., firm of Starr. Brothers & Co., General Store. Treasurer, King 
Solomon's, 56 ; Treasurer, Marshall chap., 47 ; E. A. Mason. 

Starr, B. P., firm of Starr, Foote & Co., General Store, Wellington. Wel- 
lington, 127. 

Washburn, George G., Editor Elyria Democrat. Steward, King Solomon's, 
56. 

Woolcott, S. B., Jeweler. King Solomon's, 56. 

ELOBEITCE, Erie County. 

Mason, John, Agriculturalist and Raiser of Fine Wool Sheep. J. W., Gib- 
son, 301 ; Huron chap., 7. 

FREMONT, Sandusky County. 

Bartlett, Brice J., Attorney at Law. Fort Stephenson, 225 ; Fremont 
chap., 64. 

Canfleld, Lewis, Hardware Merchant. P. M., Fort Stephenson, 225 ; P. H. P. 
Fremont chap., 64 ; Norwalk coun., 24. 

Doncyson, Christian, Grocer and Baker. Fort Stephenson, 225 ; Fremont 
chap., 64. 

Ellenwood, Samuel M., Postmaster. Fort Stephenson, 225. 

Frentzell, Frederick, Saddle and Harness Maker. Fort Stephenson, 225. 

Green, John L , Attorney at Law. Fort Stephenson, 225. 

Gusdorf, Morris, Dry Goods Merchant. Fort Stephenson, 225; Fremont 
chap., 64. 

Hafford, Eben F., Carriage- maker. Fort Stephenson, 225; Fremont chap., 
64 ; Norwalk coun., 24. 

Sebring, J. F. B., Traveling Agent. Fort Stephenson, 225 ; Past P. S., Fre- 
mont chap., 64 ; Norwalk coun., 24. 

Simpkins, John T., Assistant Superintendent. Fort Stephenson, 225 ; Fre- 
mont chap., 64. 

Steele, George W., Express and Insurance Agent. Fort Stephenson, 225 ; 
Fremont chap., 64. 

Willmer, Ferdinand, Practical Physician. Fort Stephenson, 225 ; Fremont 
chap., 64. 

HAMILTON, Butler County. 

Erwin, J. W., Civil Engineer. Washington, 17 ; Hamilton chap., 21 ; Ham- 
ilton coun., 19 ; Cincinnati com., 3. 

Gaston, E. H., County Treasurer. Washington, 17 ; Hamilton chap., 21 ; 
Hamilton coun., 19. 

Hunter, W. C, Grocer. W. M., Washington, 17 ; Hamilton chap., 21 ; Ham- 
ilton coun., 19 ; Cincinnati com., 3. 

Jacobs, Peter, Druggist and Bookseller. Washington, 17 ; Hamilton chap., 
21 ; Hamilton coun., 19. 

Louthan, George, retired from business. P. W., Washington, 17 ; Hamilton 
chap., 21 ; Hamilton coun., 19; Cincinnati com., 3. 

Mass, John, Merchant Tailor. Washington, 17 ; Hamilton chap., 21 ; Ham- 
ilton coun., 19. 



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Phares, Wm. S., Deputy Auditor. P. M., Washington, 17 ; P. H. P., Ham- 
ilton chap., 21 ; Hamilton coun., 19. 

Eobertson, Isaac, Attorney. P. M., "Washington, 17 ; Hamilton chap., 21 ; 
Hamilton coun., 19. 

Eothenbush, C, Jr., Druggist and Bookseller. Washington, 17 ; Hamilton 
chap., 21. 

Snively, Saml., Parmer and Flour Manufacturer. P. S. W., Washington, 17; 
Hamilton chap., 21 ; Hamilton coun., 19. 

Troutman, Jacob, Postmaster. Washington, 17 ; Hamilton chap., 21 ; Ham- 
ilton coun., 19 ; Cincinnati com., 3. 

LANCASTEK, Fairfield County. 

Julian, Isaac W., Merchant. Lancaster, 57 ; Lancaster chap., 11 ; Lancas- 
ter coun., 3 ; Lancaster com., 2. 

McClelland, John, Dealer in Tin and Stoves. P. M., Lancaster, 57 ; Lancas- 
ter chap., 11 ; Lancaster coun., 3 ; Lancaster com., 2. 

McVeigh, Alfred, Mayor and Attorney. Lancaster, 57 ; Lancaster chap., 
11; Lancaster coun., 3 ; Lancaster com., 2. 

Shaw, Yirgil E. W. M., Lancaster, 57 ; Lancaster chap., 11 ; Lancaster 
coun., 3 ; Lancaster com., 2. 

Wohlfort, R. W., Machinist and Engineer. Lancaster, 57 ; Lancaster chap., 

11. 

LEBANON, "Warren County. 

Budd, Joseph L., Merchant. Lebanon, 26; Lebanon chap., 5; Lebanon 
coun., 21. 

Drake, John R., Carriage and Wagon Maker. Lebanon, 26. 

Prank, Joseph, Merchant Tailor. Lebanon, 26 ; George Washington chap., 
24, Missouri. 

Frost, G. W., Justice of the Peace, Attorney, Notary Public, U. S. Commis- 
sioner Southern District of Ohio. Lebanon, 26 ; Lebanon chap., 5 ; Lebanon 
coun., 21. 

Glenny, West, Druggist. Lebanon, 26 ; Lebanon chap., 5 ; Lebanon coun., 
21 ; Eeed com., 6. 

Stokes, Alfred E., Sheriff. Lebanon, 26 ; Lebanon chap., 5 ; Lebanon coun., 
21; Reed com., 6. 

Stokes, Horace M., Attorney. G. M., Grand Lodge ; P. M., Lebanon, 26 ; 
H. P., Lebanon chap., 5 ; Thr. 111., Lebanon coun., 21; Reed com., 6; P. G. H. 
P., Grand Commandery. 

Totten, James S. Lebanon, 26 ; Lebanon chap., 5 ; Lebanon coun., 21 ; 
Eeed com., 6 ; Ineffable Mason. 

Ward, Durbin, Attorney. Lebanon, 26 ; Lebanon chap., 5 ; Lebanon coun., 21. 

LIMA, Allen County. 

Anderson, J. M., Merchant. Lima, 205; Lima chap., 49; Lima coun., 20; 
Shawnee com., 14. 

Bond, Eli, Saddle and Harness Maker. P. S. W., Lima, 205; P. H. P., 
Lima chap., 49 ; P. T. 111., Lima coun., 20 ; Shawnee com., 14. 

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Halliday, C, Dealer in Dry Goods and Groceries. P. J. W., Lima, 205 ; P. 
Sec, Lima chap., 49 ; Lima coun., 20 ; Shawnee com., 14. 

Hurd, L. C, Attorney and Banker. W. M., Lima, 205 ; Lima chap., 49 
Lima coun., 20 ; Shawnee com., 14. 

Jacobs, Thos. K., Banker and Farmer. Lima, 205 ; Lima chap., 49 ; Lima 
coun., 20 ; Shawnee com., 14. 

Krebbs, Eev. A. E., M. B. Minister, and Ambrotypist. Chaplain, Lima, 205; 
Chaplain, Lima chap., 49 ; Chaplain, Lima coun., 20 ; Chaplain, Shawnee 
com., 14. 

Overmyer, G. W., County Auditor. Lima, 205 ; Lima chap., 49 ; Lima coun., 
20 ; Shawnee com., 14. 

Scott, M., Dealer in Clothing. Lima, 205 ; Lima chap., 49 ; Lima coun., 20 
Shawnee com., 14. 

Smith, A. N., Founder and Dealer in Stoves and Tinware. P. M., Lima, 205 
Lima chap., 49 ; Lima coun., 20 ; Shawnee com., 14. 

Swaley, Daniel, Manufacturer Sash, Blind, Doors, etc. P. M., Lima, 205 
Lima chap., 49 ; Lima coun., 20 ; Shawnee com., 14. 

Terrill, D. C. P., Dealer in Books and Stationery, and Jeweler. Lima, 205 
Lima chap., 49 ; Lima coun., 20 ; Shawnee com., 14. 

MANSFIELD, Kiehmond County. 

Goldsmidt, Jos., Clothing Merchant. Venus, 152. 

Hickox, S. C, Station Agent P. Ft. W. and C. Railroad, and Agent Union 
Line Express. Venus, 152 ; Mansfield chap., 28. 

Hickox, Wm. S., Eailroad Agent. Venus, 152 ; Mansfield chap., 28. 

Mcllvain, Alex., Plasterer. W. M., Mansfield, 35; Mansfield chap., 28; 
Mansfield coun., 11 ; P. C, Clinton com., 5. 

Meredith, John, Probate Judge. Mansfield chap., 28 ; Mansfield coun., 11 ; 
Clinton com., 5 ; P. M. and P. H. Priest. 

Smith, Milton, Butter Dealer. Venus, 152; Mansfield chap., 28, Mansfield 
coun., 11. 

Vance, J. P., Merchant. Venus, 152 ; Mansfield chap., 28. 

MARIETTA, 'Washington County. 

Mason, Wm. B., County Recorder and President of the Parker Patent Co. 
P. M., Mount Moriah, 37 ; H.vP., American Union chap., 1 . 

Winchester, E., Editor and Publisher Home News, Periodical Dealer, etc. 
Secretary, American Union, 1 ; American Union chap., 1. 

MARION, Marion County. 

Crickett, William, Farmer and Drover. Marion, 70 ; Marion chap., 62 ; 
Marion coun., 22. 

Godman, James H., Attorney. Marion, 70 ; Marion chap., 62 ; Marion 
coun., 22 ; De Molay com., 9. 

Green, Seth E., Salesman. Marion, 70; Marion chap., 62. 

Lucas, H. S., Dry Goods Dealer. Marion, 70 ; Marion chap., 62 ; Marion 
coun., 22. 



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Merchant, John T., Farmer. Marion, 70 ; Marion chap., 62 ; Marion coun., 22. 

Peters, Harvey, Druggist. Marion, 70 ; Marion chap., 62 ; Marion coun., 22. 

Scofield, W. E., Attorney and Notary Public. Marion, 70. 

Smith, Charles, Builder and Lumber Dealer. Marion, 70 ; Marion chap., 62 ; 
Marion coun., 22 ; De Molay com., 9. 

Strelitz, Julius, Clothing Merchant. Marion, 70 ; Marion chap., 62. 

Thomas, Henry, Dealer in Millinery and Fancy Goods, Books and Stationery, 
and Notions. Marion, 70. 

Uncapher, Isaac, Produce and Wool Dealer. Marion, 70 ; Marion chap., 62 ; 
Marion coun., 22 ; De Molay com., 9. 

MASSILLOBT, Stark County. 

Albright, P. G., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Groceries and Provisions, 
Wines, Liquors, etc. Clinton, 47. 

Allen, Alex., Hardware, Coach-trimmings, Paints, Oils, etc. Clinton, 47. 

Atwater, David, Grocer and Provision Dealer. P. J. and S. W., Clinton, 47; 
Treas., Hiram chap., 18; R. & S. M.; Treas., Massillon com., 4 ; G. Sword 
Bearer, Grand Commandery. 

Bennett, H. R., Grocer. Clinton, 47, Navarre P. O. 

Bucher, Wm., Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, etc. P. J. and S. W., Clinton, 
47 ; P. Treas., Hiram chap., 18. 

Ohidister, E., Dentist. Secretary, Clinton, 47 ; Secretary, Hiram chap., 18 ; 
Recorder, Massillon com., 4. 

Clark, J. J., Manufacturer Agricultural Implements. J. D., Clinton, 47. 

Clinton Lodge, 47, regular meetings first Monday each month. 

Core, Joel, Dry Goods Salesman. Clinton, 47. 

Harsh, A., Umbrella Manufacturer. Clinton, 47 ; Hiram chap., 18. 

Harvey, Thomas ~W., Superintendent Union School. W. M., Clinton, 47 ; 
Republic chap., 33 ; R. & S. M. ; De Molay com., 9. 

Hoffman, J. J., Postmaster and News Agent. Clinton, 47 ; Hiram chap., 18. 

Holderbaum, Augustus, Agriculturalist. Clinton, 47. 

Howald, Jeremiah, Foreman Russell's Foundery. Clinton, 47 ; C. H., Hiram 
chap., 18. \ 

Jarvis, Kent, Dealer in Real Estate and Agriculture. Initiated March 25th, 
5823, at Cooperstown, N. Y. ; Exalted June 16th, 5824 ; Past Junior Grand 
Warden, Grand Lodge of Ohio ; Past Deputy G. H. P. Grand Chapter of Ohio ; 
Grand Master, Grand Encampment of Ohio. 

Kachler, E., Druggist and Chemist. Clinton, 47. 

Karthaus, John T., Attorney and Notary Public. P. Sec'ry and Treasurer, 
Clinton, 47 ; P. Sec'ry and Treasurer, Hiram chap., 18. 

Lowe, John, Tailor. P. J. W., Clinton, 47. 

Massillon Commandery, 4, meets Thursday on or before full moon. 

Metz, A., Physician and Surgeon. Clinton, 47. 

Rudenstein, W. F., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Drugs and Medicines. 
P. M., Clinton, 47 ; H. P., Hiram chap., 18 ; R. & S. M. ; Order High Priest- 
hood; G. Marshal, Grand Chapter. 

Scehertzer, John, Physician and Surgeon. Clinton, 47 ; P. Scribe, Hiram 
chap., 18 ; Massillon com., 4. 



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Shepley, Fred., Cemetery Sexton. Tyler, Clinton, 47 ; Guard, Hiram chap., 
18 ; Sentinel, Massillon com., 4. 

Underbill, James W., Attorney at Law and Probate Judge. P. M., Clinton, 
47 ; P. H. P., Hiram chap., 18 ; Eminent Com., Massillon com., 4 ; P. G. J. W., 
Grand Commandery. 

Williams, Thomas H., Book-keeper Russell & Co. Clinton, 47 ; Hiram chap., 
18 ; P. Recorder, Massillon com., 4. 

Withington, M. A., Watches, Jewelry, etc. P. J. and S. W., Clinton, 47 ; 
P. K., Hiram chap., 18 ; R. & S. M. ; P. Treas., Massillon com., 4. 

Zielly, Geo., Proprietor American Hotel. Clinton, 47. 

MINERVA, Stark County. 

Bridenstein, J., Saddle and Harness Manufacturer. P. S. W., Brown, 235. 

Poster, EL A., Merchant, firm of Haines & Foster. Brown, 235. 

Jerome, James, Agriculturalist. Brown, 235. 

Keith, Stephen, Mercantile Salesman. Brown, 235. 

Perdue, B. R., Hardware Dealer. W. M., Brown, 235 ; King, Alliance chap., 
83; Massillon com., 4. 

Perdue, F. A., Leather Manufacturer. S. W., Brown, 235 ; Scribe, Alliance 
chap., 83 ; Massillon com., 4. 

Tant, C. K, School Teacher. Brown, 235. 

MOUNT GILEAD, Morrow County. 

Beebee, Judson A., Attorney and Notary Public. Mount Gilead, 206 ; P. H. 
P., Gilead chap., 59 ; Columbus coun., 8 ; Mount Vernon com., 1. 

Clements, W. S., Probate Judge. Mount Gilead, 206 ; Gilead chap., 59. 

Dunn, A. R., Attorney. W. M., Mount Gilead, 206 ; P. H. P., Gilead chap., 
59. 

Hewitt, S. M., Physician and Surgeon. Mount Gilead, 206 ; P. H. P., Gilead 
chap., 59 ; P. H. P., Columbus coun., 8 ; Clinton com., 5. 

Hull, Wm., Dealer in Stoves and Tinware. Mount Gilead, 206 ; Gilead 
chap., 59. 

Irwin, W. Smith, County Auditor and Farmer. Mount Gilead, 206 ; Gilead 
chap., 59. 

Rowland, L. H., Merchant Tailor. Mount Gilead, 206 ; Gilead chap., 59. 

NEW PHILADELPHIA, Tuscarawas County. 

Barnhill, John H., Attorney and Probate Judge. W. M., New Philadelphia, 
177 ; P. S., New Philadelphia chap., 38. 

Copeland, P. H, Blacksmith. J. W., New Philadelphia, 177 ; G. M. of 1st 
Veil, Tuscarawas chap., 38. 

Elliott, J. D., Proprietor Ohio Democrat. New Philadelphia, 177. 

Helwig, B. F., County Auditor. P. M., Tuscarawas, 59. 

Laughead, John, County Clerk. P. S. W., Lone Star, 175; Tuscarawas 
chap., 38. 

McGonigal, J. B., Merchant Tailor". P. S. D., New Philadelphia, 177 ; C. H., 
Tuscarawas chap , 38. 



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Mcllvaine, G. W., Attorney at Law. P. M., New Philadelphia, 177 ; P. C. H., 
Tuscarawas chap., 38 ; Massillon com., 4. 

Robb, W. L., Saddle and Harness Manufacturer, and Justice of the Peace. 
S. W., New Philadelphia, 177 ; King, Tuscarawas chap., 38 ; Massillon 
com., 4. 

Robinson, A. K., Hardware Dealer. New Philadelphia, 177. 

Stone, H. S., Dentist. P. S. D., New Philadelphia, 177. 

Taylor, 0. P., Attorney and Probate Judge. P. M., New Philadelphia, 177 ; 
H. P., Tuscarawas chap, 38 ; Columbus coun., 8; Massillon com., 4; Order 
High Priesthood. 

"Wolf. S., Attorney at Law. P. Secretary, Mystic Tie, 192 ; New Philadel- 
phia, 177 ; C. H., Tuscarawas chap., 38 ; Royal and S. Master. 

M'OB'WAIiK, Huron County. 

Ayres, Frederick H., Mercantile Clerk. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Bates, Augustus B., Locomotive Engineer. Mount Vernon, 64 ; Huron 
chap., 7 ; Norwalk conn., 24 ; De Molay com., 9. 

Beard, Charles B., Carpenter and Joiner. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Bedell, Bernardus, Butcher. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Bedell, Nathaniel, Drover and Butcher. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Benedict, David D., Farmer and Gardener. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Benedict, Piatt, Danbury, Ct. T. I. G. M., Norwalk coun., 24 ; P. G. C, De 
Molay com., 9 ; P. G. K., Grand Chap. First White settler in Norwalk, and 
first Mason. 

Benedict, Wm., Blacksmith. S. W., Mount Vernon, 64. 

Brailey, Jos. H., Farmer and Operative Mason. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Buchanan, Harvey, Farmer and Operative Mason. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Burton, Edward S., Locomotive Engineer. Science, 50. 

De Witt, W. L., Manufacturer of Marble Tomb-stones, Monuments, Furni- 
ture Work, etc. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Doolittle, L., Locomotive Engineer. Garrettsville, 246. 

Dunbar, Oliver T., Locomotive Engineer. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Felton, James S., Farmer and Edge Tool Manufacturer. Mount Vernon, 64 ; 
H. P., Huron chap., 7 ; Norwalk coun., 24; De Molay encpt., 9. 

Fenn, Edward P., Traveling Agent. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Gaskill, Jas., Machinist. Temple, 14, Albany, N. Y. 

Gibson, Timothy, Physician. Floral, 260 ; Huron chap., 7 ; Norwalk coun., 
24; De Molay encpt., 9. 

Glazer, Adam, Boiler-maker. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Graves, Frederick W., Hotel-keeper. Mount Vernon, 64 ; Huron chap., 7. 

Harper, Peter, Blacksmith. Science, 50. 

Heath, Daniel L., Car Builder. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Hook, Theodore, Ornamental Painter. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Hoyt, Wm. R., Manufacturer and Dealer in Cabinet Ware of all kinds, Coffins, 
Metallic and Wood, Lumber, Shingles, etc. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Jaques, Amos F., Tobacconist. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Kellogg, Horace, Druggist and Grocer. W. M., Mount Vernon, 64 ; R. A. C, 
Huron chap., 7 ; Guard, Norwalk coun., 24. 

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Knox, Crawford, Car Builder. Mount Vernon, 64 

Lake, Ira, Parmer and Mechanic. Mount Vernon, 64 ; Huron chap., 7 ; 
Norwalk conn., 24 ; De Molay encpt., 9. 

Lowe, William H., Carpenter and Joiner. Dakota, 7, Minnesota. 

Miller, Charles R., Master Builder. Mount Vernon, 64; Huron chap., 7; 
Norwalk coun., 24. 

Mitchell, Wm., Teacher. Mount Vernon, 64 ; Huron chap., 7 ; Norwalk 
coun., 24 ; Mount Vernon encpt, 1. Removed to Mount Vernon, Knox Co. 

Pebbles, Nelson H., Carriage-maker. "Wellington, 127 ; Marshal chap., 47; 
Norwalk coun., 24. 

Petteys, Walter, Farmer. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Pope, Powler W., Locomotive Engineer. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Power, John H., Foreman C. and T. Blacksmith Shop. Mount Vernon, 64 

Pray, Ethan A., Superintendent Huron County Infirmary. Floral, 265; 
Huron chap., 7 ; Norwalk coun., 24. 

Pritchard, Uriah, Foreman Coppersmith. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Randolph, John F., Master Builder. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Rule, Jas. H, Practical Printer. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Safford, George H, Attorney at Law. Mount Vernon, 64 ; Huron chap., 7 : 
De Molay encpt., 9. 

Shelton, Charles E., Farmer and Drover. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Smith, Joseph S., Farmer and Mason. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Smith, Luther F., Locomotive Engineer. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Stokes, Henry P., Machinist. Mount Vernon, 64. 

Stratton, Daniel, Jr., Teacher. Wood County, 112. 

Suhr, William, Clothing Merchant. Mount Vernon, 64 ; Huron chap., 7. 

Surles, Ziba, Agent C. and T. R. R. Mount Vernon, 64; Huron chap., 7. 

Waggoner, Marshall 0. P. M., Mount Vernon, 64; P. S., Huron chap., 7; 
Norwalk coun., 24. 

Watrous, Daniel, Machinist. Mount Vernon, 64 ; Huron chap., 7 ; Colum- 
bian com., 1, New York. 

Watrous, George E., Machinist. Mount Vernon, 64 

Wells, Ira D., Farmer. Erie, 239. 

Welsh, Oscar, Farmer. P. M., Mount Vernon, 64 ; Huron chap., 7. 

Whitbeck, George W., Attorney at Law. Mount Vernon, 64. 

White, Orsamus A., Teacher and Mechanic. Mount Vernon, 64. 

OBVILLE, "Wayne County. 

McGill, John, Agent P. F. W. and Chicago Railroad. Ebenezer, 33; 
Wooster chap., 27. 

Miller, Akin C, Physician and Surgeon. Ebenezer, 33. 

Storrs, C. N., Agent C. Z. C. Railroad and Produce Dealer. Ebenezer, 33. 

Switzer, A. H, Stone-cutter and Bricklayer. Bloomfield, 84, Ind. 

Switzer, David A., Stone-cutter and Bricklayer. Ebenezer, 33. 

Whitmyer, M., Grocer and Druggist. Ebenezer, 33 ; Royal Arch Mason. 

Willforce, Dr. S. C, Physician and Surgeon. Ebenezer, 33 ; Wooster chap. 
27 ; Wooster coun., 13. 



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PAINESVILLE, Lake County. 

Bishop, E. M., Manufacturer Patent Improved Melodeons. Temple, 28 ; 
Painesville chap., 46. 

Bissel, Benj., firm of Bissel & Tinker, Attorneys at Law. P. J. W., Temple, 28. 

Casement, J. S., Railroad Contractor. Temple, 28 ; Webb chap., 14 ; Oriental 
com., 12. 

Childs, Asa, Saddle and Harness Manufacturer. W. M., Temple, 28 ; R. A. C, 
Painesville chap., 46 ; Royal and S. Master. 

Dickinson, John, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. S. W., Temple, 28 ; C. H., 
Painesville chap., 46 ; Royal and S. Master 

Harvey, Moses S., Surveyor and Agriculturalist. P. M., Temple, 28 ; P. H. P., 
Painesville chap., 46 ; P. C. of W., Painesville coun., 23. 

Huntington, Edwin, Attorney at Law. P. Secretary, Temple, 28. 

Huntington, Samuel P., Dentist. S. D. and P. M., Temple, 28 ; G. M. of 2d 
Veil, Painesville chap., 46. 

Kerr, Moses, Druggist Clerk. Temple, 28. 

Loomis, S. T., Attorney and Justice of the Peace. Temple, 28 ; H. P., 
Painesville chap., 46. 

Nevison, W. W., firm of Perkins & Nevison, Attorneys at Law. Temple, 28. 

Scofield, J. P., Books and Stationery. P. M., Temple, 28 ; King, Painesville 
chap., 46. 

"Williams, A. J., Attorney at Law. P. Secretary, Temple, 28 ; Painesville 
chap., 46. 

Williams, Henry G., Merchant. Temple, 28. 

PORTSMOUTH, Scioto County. 

Bratt, Benjamin J., Foreman Portsmouth Iron Works. Aurora, 48. 

Findlay, Alex. W., Book-keeper, 56 Front St. Aurora, 48. 

Jones, N. L., Carpenter and Joiner, 73 Third St. Aurora, 48; Mt. Vernon 
chap., 23^; Solomon's coun., 5. 

Kehoe, John C, Boots, Shoes, Leather Findings, Hats, etc., Front St., 2 
doors below Jefferson. Aurora, 48; G. M., 2d Veil, Mt. Vernon chap., 23; 
T. I. G. M., Solomon's coun., 5 ; Calvary com., 13. 

Levi, Louis, Clothing Merchant, Hats, Caps, Jewelry, etc., 8 Front St. Aurora, 
48 ; Mt. Vernon chap., 23 ; Solomon's coun., 5. 

Lodwick, James, Insurance Agent and City Inspector. Treasurer, Aurora, 
48; Secretary, Mount Vernon chap., 23; Solomon's coun., 5; Treasurer, Cal- 
vary com., 13. 

Lusk, J. A., Book-keeper, 4 Front St. Aurora, 48 ; 0. of H, Mt. Vernon 
chap., 23 ; Recorder, Solomon's coun., 5. 

Reilly, W. W., Bookseller and Stationer, 104 Front St. Aurora, 48 ; Mount 
Vernon chap., 23; Solomon's coun., 5; .Calvary com., 13. 

PORT "WASHINGTON, Tuscarawas County. 

Anderson, Wm., Cabinet Manufacturer. S. W., Port Washington, 202. 
Barnes, Samuel, Merchant, firm of Armstrong, Barnes & Co. Canton, 60. 



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Carr, Isaac G., Parmer and Track Master P. C. and C. Railroad. Tyler, 
Port Washington, 202. 

Cornet, L. A., M.D. and Druggist. Tuscarawas, 59 ; Tuscarawas chap., 38. 

Haskinson, W. J., Mercantile salesman. P. Secretary, Port Washington, 
202 ; Tuscarawas chap., 38. 

Mardis, J. D., Stoves, Tinware, etc. J. W., Port Washington, 202. 

Nelson, David, M.D. and Merchant. P. S. W., Port Washington, 202. 

Ross, Benj., Merchant and Agriculturalist. J. D., Port Washington, 202. 

Slade, Samuel, Stone-cutter and Operative Mason. S. D., Port Washington, 
202 ; Tuscarawas chap., 38. 

EAVENNA, Portage County. 

Bateman, Thomas E., Tailor. P. J. W., Unity, 12. 

Beatty, J. C, Merchant. Treasurer, Unity, 12 ; Washington chap., 25. 

Day, H. L., Merchant. W. M., Unity, 12 ; Washington chap., 25. 

Pord, Frank, Photograph Artist. Unity, 12. 

Grout, Wm. H., Assistant Secretary of A. and G. W. Railroad. Mansfield, 35. 

Somerville, James, Proprietor Portage Sentinel. P. Sec'y, Unity, 12. 

Spaulding B., Attorney at Law. P. M., Unity, 12. 

Twitt, Edmond, Mercantile Clerk. Secretary, Unity, 12. 

Willard, Horace H., Attorney at Law. J. W., Unity, 12. 

SANDUSKY CITY. 

Patterson, Austin L., Book-keeper. Erie, 239 ; Sandusky City chap., 72. 

Sharceau, Francis, Hair Dresser. Science, 50 ; Sandusky City chap., 72 ; 
Sandusky City coun., 26 ; Ineffable Mason and Knights Templar. 

Smead, Isaac N., Farmer. Science, 50 ; Sandusky City chap., 72 ; Sandusky 
City coun., 26 ; De Molay encpt., 9. 

STEUBEM-VILLE, Jefferson County. 

Elliott, James, Attorney at Law and County Clerk. W. M., Steubenville, 45 ; 
P. S., Union chap., 15. 

Frohman, M., Merchant Tailor and Clothier. Meridian, 234. 

Hantch, George, Dealer in Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff, etc. J. W., Steubenville, 
45 ; Union chap., 15. 

Hays, J. H., Washington Hall. Meridian, 234. 

Johnson, Curtis G., Attorney at Law. Steubenville, 45. 

Layng, J. D., Asst. Sup't P. C. and C. Railroad. Steubenville, 45; Union 
chap., 15. 

May, C. M., Merchant Tailor and Clothier. W. M., Meridian, 234 ; R. A. C , 
Union chap., 15 ; Union coun., 2. 

McKinney, James, Justice of the Peace and Lumber Merchant. Steubenville, 
45 ; King, Union chap., 15 ; Union coun., 2 ; C. G., Steubenville com., 11. 

Means, Geo. B., Founder and Engine Builder. P. M., Meridian, 234; G. M. 
1st V., Union chap., 15 ; P. Recorder and Sword Bearer, Steubenville com., 11. 

Means, James, Paymaster P. C. and O. Railroad. P. S. W., Steubenville, 
45 ; Union chap., 15 ; Union coun., 2 ; E. C, Steubenville com., 11. 

Reed, Robert, Machinist. J. D., Meridian, 234. 

Strayer, Henry B., Pattern Maker. Sec'y, Meridian, 234. 



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Webster, Capt. Geo., Attorney at Law. P. M., Steuben ville, 45 ; H. P., 
Union chap., 15; Dep'y 111. G. M., Union coun., 2; Steubenville com., 11; S. 
G. Warden, Grand Lodge ; Grand Oapt. General, Grand Commandery of Ohio. 

Wells, Joseph H., Book-keeper. Meridian, 234. 

Wilson, Samuel, Stoves, Tinware, etc. Steubenville, 45 ; Scribe, Union chap., 
15 ; Union coun., 2 ; St. B., Steubenville com., 11. 

TJHBICH'VILIiE, Tuscarawas County. 

Brisben, Andrew, Horse Dealer. P. S. W., Mystic Tie, 192. 

Chalfant, David, Physician and Surgeon. P. M., Mystic Tie, 192 ; P. C. H., 
Tuscarawas chap., 38 ; Knight of Red Cross. , 

Ferguson, B. S., Mercantile Salesman. P. J. W., Mystic Tie, 192. 

Forbes, Andrew, Merchant. P. Sec, Mystic Tie, 192 ; Tuscarawas chap., 38. 

Haskins, M. R., Hotel-keeper and Merchant. Mystic Tie, 192. 

Hunt, 0. A., Locomotive Engineer. P. J. and S. W., Mystic Tie, 192. 

Milone, John, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. W. M , Mystic Tie, 192. 

Mozena, Thomas H., Marble-worker and Operative Mason. P. M., Mystic 
Tie, 192. 

Rowlee, A. B., Proprietor Commercial Hall. Mystic Tie, 192. 

Thompson, S. R., M.D. and Druggist. Mystic Tie, 192. 

WELLSVILLE, Columbia County. 

Battin, A. H., Attorney at Law and Collecting Agent. W. M , Wellsville, 
180; P S.,, Wellsville chap., 55. 

Geisse, P. F., Steam Engine Builder and Iron Founder, etc. Wellsville, 180 ; 
K., Wellsville chap., 55. 

Lawrance, Wm., Clothing Merchant. Made a Mason in New Providence 
Lodge, 128, Tennessee. 

Milligan, James, Merchant. P. J. and S. W., Wellsville, 180 ; P. King, 
Wellsville chap., 55 ; R. & S. M. ; Steubenville com., 11. 

Prosser, J. T., Merchant, Water and Main Sts. Treasurer, Wellsville, 180. 

Riddle, Judge Joshua A., Leather Manufacturer W. M., Riddle, 315 ; P. M., 
Wellsville, 180; H. P., Wellsville chap., 55; R. & S. M.; Steubenville com., 
11 ; Grand King, Grand Chapter. 

"Van Tyne, F. R., Master Machinist River Div. C. and P. Railroad. S. W., 
Wellsville, 180 ; R. A. C, Wellsville chap., 55. 

Wilson, Hugh S., Merchant. Treas., Wellsville, 180; Treas., Wellsville 
chap., 55. 

"WTLLOTJGHBY, Lake County. 

Bates, R. C, Merchant. Willoughby, 302. 

Brinkerhoof, D. H., Physician and Surgeon. W. M., Willoughby, 302 ; 
P- P. S., Franklin chap., 24; Mansfield coun., 11 ; Reed com., 6. 
More, R. B., Foundery and Machine Shop. Sec, Willoughby, 302. 
Neveu, Charles M. O., Boot and Shoe Dealer. Willoughby, 302. 
Richardson, Wm., Architect and Builder. Willoughby, 302. 
Sco ville, C. W. Willoughby, 302. 

Storm, S. T., Flour and Lumber Merchant. S. W., Willoughby, 302. 
Williams, Z. F., Harness-maker. J. D., Willoughby, 302. 



OREGON. 



GRAND LODGE. • 

The Grand Lodge of Oregon was organized August 16th, 5851. The Annual 
Communications of this Grand Lodge are " held in Oregon City, or at such place 
as the Grand Lodge may hereafter designate," commencing on the 2d Monday in 
June. The Grand Lodge consists of the Grand Officers, Past Grand and 
Deputy Grand Masters, Past Grand Wardens, Grand Secretaries and Grand 
Treasurers, Past Masters, and Masters and Wardens of its subordinate Lodges. 
The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from^ihe following sources: — 

For Dispensations for new Lodges $50 

For Charters, in addition 25 

For every Degree 1 

For every Affiliation 1 

For every Member 1 

For Diplomas . 2 

There were 22 subordinate Lodges in this jurisdiction in June, 5859. Number 
of Members, 623 ; Initiated during the year, 109 ; Passed, 89 ; Baised, 81 ; Ad- 
mitted, 37 ; Dimitted, 35 ; Died, 5 ; Rejected, 29 ; Suspended, 4 ; Expelled, 1 ; 
Dues to Grand Lodge, $853 42. 
The Officers for the present year are as follows : — 
Amokt Holbeook, M. W. Grand Master. 
James B. Bayley, B. W. Deputy Grand Master. 
Avery A. Smith, E. W. Senior Grand Warden. 
W. W. Fowler, E. W. Junior Grand Warden. 
Ralph Wilcox, E. W. Grand Treasurer. 
T. McF. Patton, E. W. Grand Secretary. 
This Grand Lodge has an educational fund, which in July, 5859, amounted 
to $4766 72, the voluntary contributions of the Masons in Oregon, for educa- 
tional purposes. 

The following resolutions have been adopted by this Grand Lodge : — 
Resolved, That no petition shall be received from any candidate for initiation, 
until he shall have resided one year within the jurisdiction of this Grand Lodge. 
Resolved, That in the opinion of this Grand Lodge, it is not sufficient that the 
committee to investigate the character and qualifications of a petitioner for the 
mysteries of Masonry, report that they find nothing against him, but must state 
what his standing and qualifications are. 

Resolved, That no applicant for advancement shall be allowed to receive the 
degree applied for, until he shall have been examined in open Lodge, and proved 
himself a proficient in the work and lectures of the preceding degree. 
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Resolved, That no subordinate Lodge has the right to draw from the Lodge 
funds, or make assessments upon members for any purposes, except such as are 
of a purely charitable nature, nor will this Grand Lodge countenance any such 
expenditures or assessments by the subordinate Lodges in this jurisdiction, or 
aid in enforcing any orders of a subordinate Lodge for any but purely legitimate 
purposes. 

Besolved, That every subordinate Lodge shall be required to be represented 
in Grand Lodge by one of its own members. 

Besolved, That one month shall intervene between conferring degrees upon a 
candidate. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



NO. LODQE. 


Location. 


Time of Meeting. 


Master. 


1 Multnomah, 


Oregon City. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


W. W. Buck. 


2 Willamette, 


Portland. 


1st & 3d Mondays. 


Thomas J. Holmes. 


3 Lafayette, 


Lafayette. 


1st & 3d Fridays. 


Geo. H. Steward. 


4 Salem, 


Salem. 


1st Monday. 


A. M. Belt. 


6 Tuality, 


Hillsboro'. 


Saturday after f. m. 


Wm. S. Caldwell. 


7 Temple, 


Astoria. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


A. Van Dusen. 


9 Jennings, 


Dallas. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


Lemuel Lyon. 


10 Warren, 


Jacksonville. 


Wednesday b. f. m. 


W. W. Fowler. 


11 Eugene City, 


Eugene City. 


Sat. b. full & n. m. 


Avery A. Smith. 


12 Harmony, 


Portland. 


2d & 4th Saturdays 


. Jacob Davidson. 


13 Laurel, 


Roseburg. 


Wednesday b. f. m. 


S. F. Chadwick. 


14 Corvallis, 


Corvallis. 


Wednesday b. f. m. 


John B. Cougle. 


15 Wasco, 


Dalles City. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


H. P. Isaacs. 


16 Winchester, 


Winchester. 


Friday before f. m. 


L. F. Mosher. 


17 Corinthian, 


Albany. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


H. A. Cunningham. 


18 Western Star, 


Kirbyville. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


Thos. F. Floyd. 


19 Ainsworth, 


Salem. 


1st Saturday. 


A. W. Ferguson. 


20 Bethel, 


Bethel. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


W. C. Warriner. 


23 Phoenix, 


Phcenix. 






24 Rainier, 


Rainier. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 


George Barlow. 


25 Sublimity, 


Sublimity. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


Samuel Parker. 


26 Belt, 


Browntown. 


1st & 3d Saturdays. 


Gustaf Wilson. 



COMMANDERY. 

On the 24th of July, 1860, B. B. French, M. E. Grand Master of the Grand 
Encampment of the United States, issued his Dispensation for the formation of 
"Oregon Commandery," to be located at Oregon City. 



Benedict Arnold was made a Mason in Hiram Lodge, No. 1, New Haven, 
Connecticut, April 10th, 1765, at which time he was twenty-five years old. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The early history of Freemasonry in Pennsylvania, as in all of the older 
Masonic jurisdictions in the United States, is involved in obscurity. It is 
certain that a Masonic Lodge existed in Philadelphia in 5732, and the gazettes, 
the only authority existing upon the subject, state that a Grand Lodge was 
held in 5732, at the " Tun Tavern," on the east side of Water Street, between 
Walnut and Chestnut Streets, the fashionable hotel of the time. We give below 
a copy of a letter written by Benjamin Franklin to Henry Price, dated Novem- 
ber 28th, 5734, who, as the letter shows, wrote to Brother Price immediately 
on receiving information, unofficially, that his powers as Provincial Grand 
Master of "Newengland" were extended over all America. This letter, corro- 
borating the notices in the gazettes, is conclusive that a Grand Lodge existed 
in Philadelphia at that time ; and that it held its meetings annually, and at 
which it elected its officers. This letter was written by Brother Franklin to 
congratulate Brother Price upon his appointment as Provincial Grand Master 
over all America ; and he, as Grand Master of his Grand Lodge, wishing to be 
satisfied of the legality of his, Brother Price's, appointment, requested him to 
send copies of his first deputation, and also copies of the document in which his 
powers were enlarged, legally attested by his Wardens and signed by the Secre- 
tary. It will also be noticed that Brother Franklin waived none of his rights as 
Grand Master, but insisted that only in the presence of a superior officer the 
chair of the Grand Master of Pennsylvania would be yielded. If, as is generally 
believed, and as is stated in the Book of Constitutions of the Grand Lodge 
of Massachusetts, published in 5798, Brother Price granted a warrant for a 
Lodge to certain brethren in Philadelphia, and of which Brother Franklin was 
Master, it covXd not have been the first Lodge established in Philadelphia. It 
will also be seen that Brother Franklin signs himself, B. Franklin, G. M. 

"For Mr. Henry Price, at the Brazen Head. 

"Bight W. G. Master and dear Brethren : — 

"We acknowledge your favor of the twenty-third of October past, and rejoice 
that the Grand Master (whom God bless) hath so happily recovered from his 
late indisposition ; and we now, glass in hand, drink to the establishment of his 
health and to the prosperity of your whole Lodge. 

"We have seen in the Boston prints an article of news from London, import- 
ing that at a Grand Lodge held there in August last, Mr. Price's deputation 
and power was extended over all America, which advice we hope is true, and we 
heartily congratulate him thereupon ; and though this has not been as yet regu- 
larly signified to us by you, yet, giving credit thereto, we think it our duty to lay 
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PENNSYLVANIA. 355 

before your Lodge what we apprehend needful to be done for us, in order to 
promote and strengthen the interest of Masonry in this province, (which seems 
to want the sanction of some authority derived from home, to give the proceed- 
ings and determinations of our Lodges their. due weight,) to wit: a deputation 
or charter granted by the E. W. Mr. Price, by virtue of his commission from 
Britain, confirming the brethren of Pennsylvania in the privileges they at present 
enjoy, of holding annually their Grand Lodge, choosing their Grand Master, 
Wardens, and other officers who may manage all affairs relating to the brethren 
here, with full power and authority, according to customs and usages of Masons, 
the said G. M. of Pennsylvania only yielding his chair when the G. M. of all 
America shall be in place. This, if it seem good and reasonable to you to grant, 
will not only be extremely agreeable to us, but will also, we are confident, con- 
duce much to the welfare, establishment, and reputation of Masonry in these 



" We therefore submit it to your consideration ; and as we hope our request will 
be complied with, we desire that it may be done as soon as possible, and also 
accompanied with a copy of the E. W. Grand Master's first deputation, and 
of the instrument by which it appears to be enlarged as above mentioned, 
witnessed by your Wardens and signed by the Secretary. For which favors, 
this Lodge doubt not of being able so to behave as not to be ungrateful. 

"We are, Eight Worshipful Grand Master and brethren, your affectionate 
brethren and obliged humble servants. 

" Signed at the request of the Lodge. 

"B. Franklin, G. M. 

"Philadelphia, Nov. 28th, 1734." 

It was in the year 5734 that Brother Franklin " reprinted in Philadelphia, by 
special order, for the use of the brethren in North America," the 5723 edition 
of Anderson's Constitution, and which was the first Masonic book printed in 
America. 

In 5735 the Grand Lodge changed its quarters from the Tun Tavern to the 
Indian King, at the corner of Biddle's Alley, in Market Street below. Third. 

On the 10th of July, 5749, Thomas Oxnard, Esq., who had received the 
appointment of Provincial Grand Master of North America, appointed Benja- 
min Franklin, Esq., provincial Grand Master of Pennsylvania, with authority to 
appoint the other Grand Officers, to hold a Grand Lodge, issue warrants, etc. 
Under this warrant, a Grand Lodge was held on the 5th of September, 5749, at 
the "Koyal Standard," on Market Street near Second; and Grand Master 
Franklin appointed Br. Thomas Bond, D. G. M. ; Joseph Shippen, S. G. W. ; 
Philip Syng, J. G. W. ; William Plumsted, G. Treas. ; Daniel Byles, G. Sec. 
At the same meeting a warrant was granted for a new Lodge in the City of 
Philadelphia to James Pogreen and others. At a communication of the Grand 
Lodge, held March 13th, 5750, William Allen, Esq., Eecorder of the City of 
Philadelphia, presented his commission from the Grand Lodge of England, 
appointing him Provincial Grand Master. His commission was recognized, 
and he appointed Benjamin Franklin Deputy Grand Master. The record from 
which we extract the above states, "As far as the minutes of the modern Grand 
Lodge go, Dr. Franklin was never absent from a meeting." 



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Soon after this time the craft built themselves a hall on the site of the old 
Bank of Pennsylvania, on Second near Walnut Street. The building, which 
was of brick, was finished about the year 5754, and was inaugurated with much 
ceremony. Lodge Alley, now called Gold Street, took its name from this 
building. There is a record that Lodge No. 2, in Philadelphia, was constituted 
in 5758. 

In the year 5764, (an old record in our possession says 5761,) a patent for a 
Provincial Grand Lodge was issued to William Ball and others by the Grand 
Lodge of Ancient Masons in London. The record in our possession states that 
the charter granted to William Ball was "No. 1 in Pennsylvania and No. 89 in 
England, and registered in the Grand Lodge, London, vol iii., letter C, and 
bears date July 14th, 5761. It is signed by Kelly, (Thomas ErsMne, Earl 
Kelly, Viscount Fenton, etc.,) G. Master ; Wm. Osborn, D. G. Master ; William 
Dickey, S. G. Warden ; J. Gibson, J. G. Warden ; Law. Dermott, G. Secretary." 

The prior patents and authorities issued to Pennsylvania were from the 
Grand Lodge of so-called Modern Masons. It would seem that a Grand 
Lodge of Ancient and Modern Masons existed in Pennsylvania at this time, as 
it appears on the minutes of the Grand Lodge of England, held on November 
17th, 5760, that " Franklyn, Esq., Provincial Grand Master of Phila- 
delphia," was then present in his official capacity. The record also continues 

in its enumeration of officers present, " Franklyn, Esq., Provincial Grand 

Secretary of Philadelphia." 

During the occupancy of Philadelphia by the British, in the war of Independ- 
ence, it is supposed the records of Masonry were destroyed or carried off. On 
the 20th of December, 5779, Brother Ball, as Grand Master, convened a Grand 
Lodge for the purpose of reorganization, at which an election was held, and 
Brother Ball was elected Grand Master. There was a public procession and 
installation on that occasion, and a sermon by the Kev. Brother William Smith, 
who was appointed Grand Secretary. At a special communication of the Grand 
Lodge, in January, 5780, resolutions were adopted favorable to the establish- 
ment of a General Grand Lodge, and General Washington recommended as its 
first General Grand Master. On the 25th of September, 5786, a communication 
of the Grand Lodge was held, at which thirteen Lodges were represented, and 
after mature deliberation, the following resolution was unanimously passed : 
"Resolved, That it is improper that the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania do 
remain any longer under the authority of a foreign Grand Lodge." The Grand 
Lodge then closed sine die. The Convention assembled on the following day, 
26th September, 5786, and unanimously resolved that the Lodges under the 
jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, lately holden as a Provincial 
Grand Lodge, under the authority of the Grand Lodge of England, should, and 
they did, form themselves into a Grand Lodge, to be called "The Grand Lodge 
of Pennsylvania, and Masonic jurisdiction thereunto belonging," to be held in 
the City of Philadelphia. Since that time the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania 
has pursued the even tenor of its way quietly and in harmony, and although at 
times affected by the discordant elements of society, it has never swerved from 
its line of duty, and has always maintained a high position among its sister 
Grand Lodges. 

The Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania consists of the Grand and Past Grand 



PENNSYLVANIA. 357 

Officers, Past Masters, and Masters and Wardens of its constituent Lodges. 
The Grand Lodge holds four Quarterly Communications, on the first Mondays 
of March, June, September, and December, and a Grand Communication on the 
twenty-seventh of December. Its Communications are held in the City of 
Philadelphia. The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the following 
sources : — 

Prom the rents of the Masonic Hall. 

For "Warrants for new Lodges $81 

For Dispensations to pass the Chair 5 

For Dispensations to Enter, Pass, and Eaise, all or either . 1 

' For Grand Lodge Certificates 2 

For Grand Lodge dues 1 

For every Initiation in Philadelphia, and within five miles 

of the Temple 7 

For Initiations in all other Lodges 2 

There are 173 subordinate Lodges in Pennsylvania. The returns of 151 
Lodges, for the year 5858, give the number of Members, 11,983 ; and the number 
Admitted during the year, 454 ; the number Initiated, 1225 ; Rejections, 168 ; 
and Suspensions and Expulsions, 518. The receipts of the Grand Lodge for 
the year ending November 15th, 5859, were $33,423 63. 

At an election held on Monday evening, December 3d, 5860, the following 
named brethren were elected officers of the Grand Lodge, to serve the ensuing 
Masonic year : — 

John Thomson, E. W. Grand Master. 

D. C. Skerkett, B. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

Lucios H. Scott, E. W. Senior Grand Warden. 

John L. Goddakd, E. W. Junior Grand Warden. 

Petek Williamson, R. W. Grand Treasurer. 

William H. Adams, E. W. Grand Secretary. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No. Lome. Location. 

2 Philadelphia. 

3 Philadelphia. 

9 Philadelphia. 

19 Montgomery, Philadelphia. 

21 Perseverance, Harrisburg. 

22 Sunbury. 

25 Bristol, Bristol. 

43 Lancaster. 

45 Pittsburg. 

51 Philadelphia. 

62 Harmony, Philadelphia. 

59 Washington, Philadelphia. 

60 Brownsville, Brownsville. 

61 Wilkesbarre. 



Time of Meeting. 
8d Monday. 
3d Tuesday. 
1st Friday. 
1st Thursday. 
2d Monday. 
Evening of f. moon. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
2d Wednesday. 
Last Wednesday. 
4th Thursday. 
1st Wednesday. 
2d Tuesday. 
1st Monday. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 



Master. 
John Green. 
Andrew J. Wester. 
Jas. Palmer. 
A. Q. Goodall. 
Bobt. L. Muenoh. 
Chas. Pleasants. 
Franklin Vanzant. 
John L. Atlee. 
Wm. A. Lare. 
Sterling Bell. 
John Wilson. 
John B. Coburn. 
Isaac Jackson. 
Jas. P. Dennis. 



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No. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



62 

67 Concordia, 

70 Rural Amity, 

71 Lafayette, 

72 Philadelphia, 
75 Phoenix, 

81 Hiram, 

91 Columbia, 

106 

108 Union, 

114 Solomon's, 

115 St. John's, 
121 Union, 

125 Herman's, 

126 Rising Star, 

130 Phoenix, 

131 Industry, 

134 Franklin, 

135 Roxborough, 
138 Schuylkill, 

143 6. Washington, 

144 Charity, 

152 Easton, 

153 Waynesburg, 

155 Mount Moriah, 

156 Washington, 
158 Meridian Sun, 

163 Evergreen, 

164 Washington, 

186 Eastern Star, 

187 Integrity, 
190 Charity, 
194 Lafayette, 

197 Cumberl'd Star, 
199 Lafayette, 
203 Lewistown, 
211 Kensington, 
216 Pulaski, 

218 Honesdale, 

219 St. John's, 

220 Portage, 

221 Franklin, 

222 

223 Alleghany, 

224 Danville, 

225 Philanthropy, 

226 Lebanon, 

227 Chandler, 

228 Fayette, 



. Reading. 
Philadelphia. 
Athens. 
Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia. 
Phoenixville. 
Chestnut Hill. 
Philadelphia. 
. Williamsport. 
Towanda. 
Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia. 
Manayunk. 
Orwigsburg. 
Chambersburg. 
Lewisburg. 
Easton. 
Waynesburg. 
Philadelphia. 
Drumore Centre. 
Philadelphia. 
Monroeton. 
Washington. 
Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia. 
Norristown. 
Selin's Grove. 
Carlisle. 
Look Haven. 
Lewistown. 
Kensington. 
Potts ville. 
Honesdale. 
Pittsburg. 
Hollidaysburg. 
Pittsburg. 
Minersville. 
Alleghany City. 
Danville. 
Greensburg. 
Lebanon. 
Reading. 
Uniontown. 



1st Wednesday. 
2d Friday. 
Tues. on or b . f. m. 
4th Wednesday. 
3d Thursday. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
4th Monday. 
Evening of f. moon. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
3d Friday. 
2d Monday. 
2d Thursday. 
4th Friday. 
4th Monday. 
3d Wednesday. 
2d Monday. 
Last w. d. in each m 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Thursday af. f. m. 
2d Monday. 
4th Tuesday. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 
Tuesday af. f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
2d Wednesday. 
2d Thursday. 
Wednesday af. f. m. 
Monday of f. moon. 
2d & 4th Tuesdays. 
Thur. on or b. f. m. 
2d Tuesday. 
1st Friday. 
Monday on or b. f. m. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
2d Thursday. 
3d Tuesday. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
2d Wednesday. 
1st secular e af.f.m. 
2d Monday. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 
2d Monday. 



Albert C. Henry. 
Geo. W. Wood. 
H. C. Baird. 
Frank S. Johnson. 
Henry Jas. White. 
A. S. Vanderslice. 
Peter K. Shriver. 
Richard C. Krider. 
Robt. Fleming. 
E. H. Mason. 
Wm. S. Stokely. 
John W. Leigh. 
M. H. Treadwell. 
S. S. Garrigues. 
J. Wesley Miller. 
Isaac W.Van Houten. 
Jos. W. Miller. 
Wm. H. Hooper. 
John Kline. 
Peter H. Frailey. 
Henry S. Stoner. 
Chas. S. Crites. 
Wm. B. Semple. 

Jos. H. Hedges. 
Wm. S. Thompson. 
David Weatherly, Jr. 

Jas. C. Achison. 
Jas. B. Stevenson. 
John Neill. 
Florance Sullivan. 
Wm. F. Eckbert. 
John A. Humerich. 
Michael B. Hering. 

Jno. Dickson. 
Decatur E. Nice. 
Coe F. Young. 
Wm. P. Thomson. 
John Cresswell, Jr. 
John H. Bailey. 
Thos. Verner. 
Wm. H. Slack. 
Saml. Stroh. 

Saml. T. McAdam. 
Geo. W. Durell. 



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No. 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



Master. 



229 Rochester, 

230 Richmond, 

231 Solomon's, 

232 La Belle Valle, 

233 St. John's, 

234 Crawford, 

235 Presque Isle, 

236 Chester, 

237 Chandler, 

238 Tamaqua, 

239 Armstrong, 

240 Warren, 

241 North Star, 

242 Carbon, 

243 Mahoning, - 

244 

245 Doylestown, 

246 Shekinah, 

247 Friendship, 

248 Temple, 

249 Carbondale, 

250 Sharon, 

251 Hebron, 

252 Gummert, 

253 Washington, 

254 Stichter, 

255 Shamokin, 

256 Milton, 

258 W. Crawford, 

259 Union, 

260 St. John's, 

261 Hiram, 

262 Orrstown, 

263 Franklin, 

264 Columbus, 

265 Bloomsburg, 

266 York, 

267 Swatara, 

268 Bellefonte, 

269 Monongahela, 

270 Page, 

271 Keystone, 

272 Butler, 

273 Cassia, 

274 Hamilton, 

275 Loyalhanna, 

276 Hobah, 

277 Clarion, 

278 Cambria, 



Rochester. 
Port Richmond. 
Pittsburg. 
Jersey Shore. 
Pitts ton. 
Meadville. 
Erie. 
Chester. 
Beallsville. 
Tamaqua. 
Freeport. 
Montrose. 
Warren. 
Mauch Chunk. 
New Castle. 
. Kittanning. 
Doylestown. 
Philadelphia. 
Covington. 
Tunkhannock. 
Carbondale. 
Sharon. 
Mercer. 
Fayette City. 
Pittsburg. 
Pottstown. 
Shamokintown. 
Milton. 
Conneautville. 
New Brighton. 
Carlisle. 
Providence. 
Orrstown. 
Laceyville. 
Columbus. 
Bloomsburg. 
York. 
Tremont. 
Bellefonte. 
Birmingham. 
Schuylkill Haven. 
Philadelphia. 
Butler. 
Athensville. 
W. Philadelphia. 
Latrobe. 
Brookville. 
Clarion. 
Johnstown. 



Friday b. f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 
3d Friday. 
Friday b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
2d Wednesday. 
Friday b. f. m. 
4th Thursday. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
4th Tuesday. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
2d Monday. 

2d Wednesday. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
Monday b. f. m. 
Monday on or b. f. m 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
3d Thursday. 
Th. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Thursdays. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Mon. on or af. f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Fridays. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
1st Wednesday. 
1st Wednesday. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m 
4th Tuesday. 
1st Monday. 
2d Monday. 
Thurs. aft. 1st Mon, 
2d Tuesday. 



Danl. Brilf ain. 
Chris. Olnhausen. 
John Lawshe. 
H. K. Ebert. 
Saml. B. Dick. 
J. E. Forrester. 
Jas. Holmes, Jr. 

Fred. F. Kolb. 



John M. Olney. 
Saml. L. Kellam. 
Elliot S. N. Morgan. 
R. L. Brown. 
Nathan C. James. 
Albert D. Boileau. 
Lewes B. Smith. 
Jacob Dewitt. 
Jas. Hosie. 
J. M. Irvine. 
John Trunkey. 
Michael Slawterbeck. 
Thos. E. Rose. 
Wm. C. Rutter. 
O. M. Robins. 
Henry Aug. Moodie. 
D. D. Williams. 
R. L. McGowan. 
George Weise. 
Ambrose Mulley. 
Jas. B. Orr. 
Mark Keeney. 

Jacob Melick. 
Robt. J. Fisher. 
Gabriel Drake. 
John T. Hoover. 
M. W. Acheson. 
John B. Keefer. 
Jas. F. Neall. 
Lewis Z. Mitchell. 
John Siter Parke. 
Henry M. Deohert. 
D. L. McCullough. 
A. L. Gordon. 
C. L. Lamberton. 
John P. Linton. 



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Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



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279 Neweomb, 

280 Harmony, 

281 Mountain, 

282 Juniata, 

283 Bethlehem, 

284 Porter, 

285 Anthracite, 

286 Columbia, 

287 Milnor, 

288 Jefferson, 

289 Orient, 

290 Eureka, 

291 Union, 

292 Frankford, 

293 Mount Moriah, 

294 Ashland, 

295 Melita, 

296 Mitchell, 

297 Chartiers. 

298 G. W. Bartram, 

299 Muncy, 

300 Mount Moriah, 

301 Waverly, 

302 Eureka, 

303 Oil Creek, 

304 Western Star, 

305 Hawley, 

306 Trojan, 

307 Williamson, 

308 Washington, 

309 Williamson, 

310 Warren, 

311 Mount Bethel, 

312 Summit, 

313 Indiana, 

314 Clearfield, 

315 Cumb'nd Valley 

316 

317 Ossea, 

318 M. Kinley, 

319 Adams, 

320 Bedford, 

321 Hailman, 

322 WestChester, 

323 Peter WilUa'son, 

324 Union, 

325 Barger, 

326 Lehigh, 

327 Hazel, 



Carmichaels. 

Canton. 

Altoona. 

Hollidaysburg. 

Bethlehem. 

Catasauqua. 

St. Clair. 

Columbia. 

Pittsburg. 

Alleghany City. 

Philadelphia. 

West Greenville. 

Scranton. 

Frankford. 

Huntingdon. 

Ashland. 

Philadelphia. 

Germantown. 

Canonsburg. 

Media. 

Muncy. 

Huntingdon. 

Waverly. 

Mechanicsburg. 

Titusville. 

Albion. 

Hawley. 

Troy. 

Womelsdorf. 

Fort Washington. 

Downingtown. 

Perkiomen Bridge. 

Williamsburg. 

Ebensburg. 

Indiana. 

Clearfield. 

,Shippensburg. 

Franklin. 

Wellsboro'. 

Alleghany City. 

Bloomfield. 

Bedford. 

East Liberty. 

West Chester. 

Scranton. 

Mifflintown. 

Stroudsburg. 

Trexlertown. 

Hazleton. 



.Wednesday b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
2d Tuesday. 
Mon. on or aft. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Friday after f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
2d Tuesday. 
1st Wednesday. 
3d Thursday. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
3d Friday. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 

Thurs. on or a. f. m. 
4th Wednesday. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 
2d Monday. 

1st Monday. 
Thurs. on or b. f. m. 

Tuesday b. f. m. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
Saturday a. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Sat. on or a. f. m. 

4th Tuesday. 
2d Wednesday. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 



Israel L. Craft. 

Geo. B. Cramer. 
Thos. McFarlane. 
Kichard W. Leibert. 
Wm. R. Houser. 
Lewis H. Koch. 
Chris. S. Kaufman. 
Wm. T. Moore. 
Nicholas Voegtly. 
Wm. F. White. 
Jos. Vickers. 
Ed. P. Kingsbury. 
Thos. R. Garsed. 

Jas. J. Conner. 
Henry L. Sinexon. 
Thos. J. Roberts. 
John Brown. 
Saml. B. Thomas. 
Rev. Joshua Kelly. 
John Scott. 
Jas. L. Wilbur. 
John Palmer. 

. B. H. Galpin. 
Henry J. Tarble. 

David S. Mathews. 
Chas. T. Aiman. 
J. Benner Evans. 
Wm. R. Rittenhouse. 
. Josiah Reimer. 
A. A. Barker. 

John M. Gaughey. 
. Henry Ruby. 



Tues. on or b. f. m. Robt. C. Simpson. 
2d Tuesday. Jas. Donnelly. 



Wed. on or b. f. m. 
2d Wednesday. 
Last Monday. 
1st Tuesday. 

Mon. on or b. f. m. 

Mon. on or b. f. m. 



Rev. N. E. Gilds. 
Aug. H. Gross. 
John J. Pinkerton. 
Wm. A. Chittenden. 
Wm. Dent. 
A. Reeves Jackson. 
Benj. Rupp. 
David Clark. 



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NO. LODOE. 



Location. 



Time op Meetins. 



Master. 



328 Freedom, 

329 J. E. Craft, 

330 Salem, 

331 Ligonier, 

332 Plymouth, 

333 Barger, 

334 Union, 

335 Eureka, 



337 H. M. PhillipB, 

338 Great Bend, 

339 Hyde Parfy 

340 Thomson, 
841 Factoryville, 



Harford. 
Greensboro'. 
Salem. 
Ligonier. 
Plymouth. 
Allentown. 
Bradford. 
MontoursTille. 
. Gettysburg. 
Monongahela. 
Great Bend. 
Hyde Park. 
East Whiteland. 
Factoryville. 



. Vm. D. Curtis. 
. Geo. S. Kemble. 



Fri. on or b. f. m. Alfred J. G. Dubs. 
Wednesday b. f. m. Peter J. Marsh. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

The Grand Chapter of Pennsylvania was organized November 23d, 1795. 
This GraDd Chapter is sovereign and independent. It holds its Convocations 
in the City of Philadelphia, on the third Mondays in February, May, August, 
and November, and on the twenty-seventh of December. It has 38 subordinate 
Chapters under its jurisdiction. The number of Members, in 5859, was 1891. 
The number marked in the Chapters during the year, 253 ; Received and Ac- 
cepted, 283 ; Exalted, 281. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 
3 Jerusalem, 

21 Perseverance, 

43 

62 Harmony, 

91 Columbia, 
150 Washington, 
152 Reading, 
159 Schuylkill, 

161 Union, 

162 Zerubbabel, 

163 Lafayette, 

164 Brownsville, 

166 Mount Moriah, 

167 Eureka, 

169 Philadelphia, 

171 St. John's, 

172 Temple, 

173 Easton, 

174 Northumberland, 



Location. 
Philadelphia. 
Harrisburg. 
Lancaster. 
Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia. 
Washington. 
Reading. 
Minersville. 
Towanda. 
Pittsburg. 
Lock Haven. 
Brownsville. 
Hollidaysburg. 
Rochester. 
Philadelphia. 
Carlisle. 
Tunkhannock. 
Easton. 
Sunbury. 



Time of Meeting. 
4th Monday. 
1st Monday. 
4th Wednesday. 
1st Friday. 
3d Wednesday. 
1st Tuesday. 
2d Monday. 

Thursday on or before f. m. 
Thursday on or before f. m. 
1st Tuesday. 

Thursday after full moon. 
2d Tuesday. 
1st Tuesday. 

Tuesday before full moon. 
3d Friday. 
1st Thursday. 
2d Monday. 
4th Monday. 
Tuesday after full moon. 



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No. Name. Location. 

175 Keystone, Philadelphia. 

176 George Washington, Chambersburg. 

177 Tamaqua, Tamaqua. 

178 Catawissa, Catawissa. 

179 Eureka, Carbondale. 

180 Warren, Montrose. 

181 Lilly, Mauch Chunk. 

182 Shekinah, Wilkesbarre. 

183 Oriental, Philadelphia. 
185 Lackawanna, Scranton. 
187 Oriental, Conneautville. 

189 Mountain, Altoona. 

190 Norristown, Norristown. 

191 Solomon's, Meadville. 

192 Urania, Greensburg. 

194 Wellsborough. 

195 Pottsville. 

196 Lebanon. 

197 Phoenixville. 



Time op Meeting. 



4th Friday. 

2d Tuesday. 

Friday after full moon. 

Wednesday before full moon. 

Wednesday after full moon. 

2d Thursday bef. full moon. 

4th Tuesday. 

3d Tuesday. 

1st Thursday. 

2d Tuesday. 

1st & 3d Fridays. 

1st Thursday & 3d Monday. 

1 st Wednesday. 

1st & 3d Tuesdays. 

4th Tuesdays. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

The Grand Council of E. and S. Masters of Pennsylvania was organized 
October 26th, 5847. Its place of assembling is determined each year by the 
Grand Council. It has 15 subordinate Councils under its jurisdiction. Its Fif- 
teenth Annual Assembly is to be held in the City of Pittsburg, on the second 
Tuesday of June, 5861. The number of members reported, 460. 

SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 



No. Name. 


Location. 


Organized. 


1 Washington, 


Washington. 


November 16, 5847. 


2 Mount Moriah, 


Pittsburg. 


June 5, 5848, 


3 Greene, 


Waynesburg. 


April 10, 5855. 


4 Fayette, 


Brownsville. 


April 16, 5855. 


5 St. John's, 


Carlisle. 


December 28, 5855. 


6 Uniontown, 


Uniontown. 


January 28, 5856. 


7 Parke, 


Harrisburg. 


April 29, 5856. 


8 Palestine, 


Pottstown. 


May 29, 5856. 


9 Altoona, 


Altoona. 


December 16, 5857. 


10 Mount Moriah, 


Bloomsburg. 


December 25, 5857. 


11 Philadelphia, 


Philadelphia. 


June 24, 5858, 


13 Olivet, 


Greensburg. 


January 3, 5860. 


15 Wright, 


Lewis town. 


May 18, 5860. 


16 Creigh, 


Reading. 


June 25, 5860. 


17 Knapp, 


Pottsville. 


July 9, 5860. 



PENNSYLVANIA, 



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GRAND COMMAS DERY. 

The Grand Commandery of Pennsylvania was organized April 12th, 1854 
It is subordinate to the General Grand Encampment. It is not permanently 
located. It has 20 subordinate Oommanderies under its jurisdiction. N The num- 
ber of Sir Knights, 637. 



SUBORDINATE OOMMANDERIES. 



No. Name. 

1 Pittsburg, 

2 Philadelphia, 

3 Jacques de Molay, 

4 St. John's, 

5 Hubbard, 
6 

7 St. Omer's, 

8 St. John's, 

9 De Molay, 

10 Mountain, 

11 Parke, 

12 Crusade, 

13 Columbia, 

14 Palestine, 

15 Jerusalem, 

16 Northern, 

17 Coeur de Lion, 

18 Kedron, 

19 Hugh de Payeu's, 

20 Allen, 



Location. 
Pittsburg. 
Philadelphia. 
Washington. 
Philadelphia. 
Waynesburg. 

Uniontown. 

Carlisle. 

Reading. 

Altoona. 

Harrisburg. 

Bloomsburg. 

Lancaster. 

CFirbondale. 

Pottstown. 

Towanda. 

Scranton. 

Greensburg. 

Easton. 

Allentown. 



Time of Meeting. 
2d Tuesday. 
2d Friday. 
1st Friday. 
4th Friday. 
3d Wednesday. 



4th Thursday. 
4th Tuesday. 

Friday af. 2d Monday. 
Monday bef. full moon. 



3d Friday. 



SUBSCE1BEKS' NAMES. 



ALLEO-HABTT CITY. 

Anshutz, Henry, Iron Foundery. P. M., Jefferson, 288 ; Zerubbabel chap. 
162. 

McGee, W. H., Merchant Tailor. St. John's, 219. 

Mellinger, Martin, Steamboat Captain. St. John's, 219. 

Smith, L. W., Eailroad Conductor. Franklin, 221 ; Zerubbabel chap ., 162 ; 
Washington conn., 1 ; Pittsburg com., 1. 

ALLEU'TOWN, Lehigh County. 

Algert, Henry K., Express Agent. Easton, 152. 
Bechtel, Jacob, Clerk. Tyler, Barger, 333. 

Bechtel, John Y., Hotel Proprietor. Treasurer, Barger, 333; Lilly chap., 
181 ; De Molay com., 10. 

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Byers, Charles E., Contractor. Barger, 333. 

Cooper, Charles W., Cashier Allentown Bank. Barger, 333. 

Deshler, D. J. F., Parmer. Barger, 333 ; Lilly chap., 181. 

Dubs, A. J. G., Minister of the Gospel. Worshipful Master, Barger, 333. 

Dubs, J. Henry, Clergyman. Barger, 333. 

Gausler, William H., Lumber Dealer. Porter, 284. 

Goundee, John P. Barger, 333. 

Grim, Bphraim, Grain Dealer and Flour Factor. Barger, 333. 

Heist, Charles K., Clerk. Barger, 333. 

Heller, Peter, Livery and Omnibus Proprietor. Lehigh, 326. 

Herrmann, C. F., Professor of Music and Dealer in Music. Porter, 284. 

Housman, Boas, Clerk of the Court. J. W., Barger, 333. 

Keck, C. A. G., Hat and Cap Store, 25 West Hamilton St. Barger, 333 ; 
Lilly chap., 181. 

Kern, Leopold, Inn-keeper. Lehigh, 326. 

Kline, Charles, Merchant. Barger, 333 ; Lilly chap., 181. 

Kramer, J. A., Butcher. Barger, 333. 

Kramer, Milton J., Merchant. Barger, 333 ; Lilly chap., 181. 

Krause, D. M., Liquor Dealer. Carbon, 242 ; Lilly chap., 181. 

Lawell, J. D., Magistrate. Barger, 333; Lilly chap., 181. 

Martin, Edwin G., Medical Doctor. Barger, 333. 

Marx, Wm. S., Attorney at Law. Barger, 333. 

Mickley, Charles, Grain Dealer and Flour Factor. Barger, 333. 

Newhard, J. F., Hotel Proprietor, Allen House. Barger, 333. 

Oliver, John H, Attorney at Law. Porter, 284. 

Price, Simeon H, Cabinet-maker. Barger, 333 ; Lilly chap., 181 ; De Molay 
com., 10. 

Ruhe, George L., Tobacconist. Porter, 284. 

Runk, Charles M., Attorney at Law. Barger, 333. 

Saeger, Henry J., Banker and Broker. Barger, 333 ; Lilly chap., 181. 

Schall, George B., Attorney at Law. Lehigh, 326 ; Lilly chap., 181 ; De 
Molay com., 10. 

Shimer, R. S., Hardware Dealer. Barger, 333. 

Smith, Franklin, Auctioneer. Reading, 62 ; Reading chap., 152. 

Weil, William S., Merchant. Keystone, 271 ; Girard Mark, 214. 

Weiser, Nelson, Bookseller and Publisher. Secretary, Barger, 333. 

Woolever, Adam, Attorney at Law. Porter, 284. 

ALTOOETA. 

Barlow, Isaac, Conductor Pass. Train Penna. Railroad. Perseverance, 21 ; 
Perseverance chap., 21. 

Clark, Rev. A. B., Pastor First Presbyterian Church. P. M., Mountain, 281 ; 
Mount Moriah chap., 166 ; Mountain coun., 9 ; P. E. C, Mountain com., 10. 

Cramer, Geo. B., Master of Transportation. W. M., Mountain, 281; Mount- 
ain chap., 189 ; Mountain coun., 9 ; Mountain com., 10. 

Domer, Wm., Clerk, Engineer's Office of Penna. Railroad. Philanthropy, 
225 ; Greensburg chap., 192. 

Dougherty, John L., Bridge Builder. Mountain, 281 ; Mountain chap., 189. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 365 

Finley, Dr. "Win. R., Physician. Juniata, 282 ; Mountain chap., 189. 

Pox, Isaac, Car Inspector on Penna. Railroad. Mountain, 281 ; Mountain 
chap., 189; Mountain coun., 9. 

Hall, L. W., Senator. Mountain, 281. 

Hostetter, 0. R, Foreman of Car Shop Penna. Railroad. Mountain, 281 ; 
Mountain chap., 189 ; Mountain coun., 9 ; Mountain com., 10. 

Kerr, R. A. 0., Merchant. Mountain, 281 ; Sec, Mountain chap., 189 ; Rec, 
Mountain coun., 9 ; Rec, Mountain com., 10. 

Levan, John P., Car Builder Penna. Railroad Shop. Mountain, 281 ; Mount- 
ain chap., 189; Mountain coun., 9 ; Mountain com., 10. 

Long, Geo. H., Contractor. Lewistown, 203 ; Mountain chap., 189. 

Maxwell, A. H., Foreman of Brass Foundery. Mountain, 281 ; Scribe, 
Mountain chap., 189 ; P. C. of W., Mountain coun., 9 ; C. Gen., Mountain 
com., 10. > 

Piper, Colonel John L., Foreman of Bridge Department Penna. Railroad. 
Mountain, 281 ; Mountain chap., 189. 

Potts, Gen. G., Tonnage Master Penna. Railroad. Portage, 220 ; P. H. P., 
Mount Moriah, 166 ; Mountain coun., 9 ; Mountain com., 10. 

Rose, Benjamin F., Chief Clerk Trans. Dept. Penna. Railroad. Secretary, 
Mountain, 281 ; Mountain chap., 189 ; Mountain com., 10. 

Shoemaker, John, Postmaster and Store-keeper. Treasurer, Mountain, 281 ; 
Treasurer, Mountain chap., 189 ; Treasurer, Mountain coun., 9 ; Treasurer, 
Mountain com., 10. 
Shoomaker, Wm, Printer. Mountain, 281. 

Turner, E. H., General Car Inspector, Penna. Railroad. Mountain, 281 ; 
P. H. P., Mountain chap., 189 ; P. T. I. G. M., Mountain coun., 9 ; P. B. C, 
Mountain com., 10. 

Vauclain, A. C, Master Mechanic. Phoenix, 130 ; C. of H., Mountain chap., 
189; Mountain coun., 9; Mountain com., 10. 
Wells, James B., Engineer Penna. Railroad. Mountain, 281. 
Woods, John, Hotel-keeper. Mountain, 281 ; Mountain chap., 189 ; Moun- 
tain coun., 9 ; Mountain com., 10. 

ASHLAND, Schuylkill County. 
Adams, Hamilton, Inn-keeper. Minersville, 222 ; P. H. P., Schuylkill chap., 
159. 
Bancroft, Alfred, Manager. Ashland, 294. 
Bancroft, J. W., Coal Operator. Ashland, 294. 

Bensinger, Elijah, Inn-keeper. Schuylkill, 138 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 
Camp, Samuel, Carpenter. J. W., Ashland, 294. 
Christian, Wm. A., Moulder. Ashland, 294. 
Conner, James J., Coal Operator. W. M., Ashland, 294. 
Dye, Martin, Clerk. Ashland, 294. 

Eltingham, John, Superintendent of Coal Mines. Ashland, 294. 
Fregellas, Henry, Blacksmith. Chaplain, Ashland, 294. 
Garner, John O, Merchant. Ashland, 294. 
Garner, Joseph W., Founder. Ashland, 294. 
Helfrich, George H., Clerk. Ashland, 294. 



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Manley, Wesley, Coach-maker. Ashland, 294. 

McKibbin, David J., M.D. P. M., Ashland, 294 ; Girard chap., Phila. 
Mock, Mahlon M., Clerk. Ashland, 294. 
Moodie, William J., Clerk. Secretary, Ashland, 294. 
Morris, Daniel, Livery. Ashland, 294. 
Sears, Rev S. W. Eureka, 302, Mechanicsburg. 
Spinney, Albion P., Attorney at Law. S. W., Ashland, 294. 
Walter, A. R., Merchant. Treasurer, Ashland, 294. 
Wilson, James B., Lumber Merchant. Ashland, 294. 

Wilson, R. C, Lumber Merchant. P. M., Ashland, 294 ; Schuylkill chap., 
159. 
Yocum, J. H., M.D. P. M., Ashland, 294. 

ATHENS, Bradford County. 

Baird, H. C, Attorney and Justice of the Peace. W. M., Rural Amity, 70 ; 
Union chap., 161. ' 

Fritcher, Wm. H., Variety Store. Secretary, Rural Amity, 70. 

Phelps, H. A., Proprietor American House. J. D., Rural Amity, 70. 

Sloan, John S., Proprietor Exchange Hotel. Initiated a.l. 5805 in Eastern 
Star, 4, Vermont ; Royal Arch Mason. 

Spalding, A. H, Parmer and Dealer in Staves. Rural Amity, 70. 

Stone, Aaron, Express Messenger to Waverly. Tyler, Rural Amity, 70. 

AUBURN, Schuylkill County. 
Berntheisel, Josiah, Clerk. Iowa, 2, Iowa. 
Jones, Wellington, Railroad Agent. Chandler, 227, Reading. 
Koch, Daniel, Farmer. Schuylkill, 138. 

BETHLEHEM. 

Borhek, Frederick R., Boot and Shoe Maker, residence, S. Main St. J. W., 
Bethlehem, 283. 

Clader, Franklin, Blacksmith. Tyler, Bethlehem, 283. 

Knauss, Henry C, Merchant. Bethlehem, 283. 

Leibert, R. W., Book-keeper Lehigh Zinc Works. Worshipful Master, Beth- 
lehem, 283. 

EIBMIN&HAM. 

Berg, Daniel, Postmaster and Hardware Merchant. Monongahela, 269. 

Fisher, G. W., Shoe Manufacturer. Milnor, 287. 

McKnight, Joseph, Iron Manufacturer. Monongahela, 269 ; Zerubbabel 
chap., 162 ; Washington coun., 1. 

Patterson, Nathaniel, Surveyor and Civil Engineer. W. M., Monongahela, 
269. 

Welker, Berhard, Sand Merchant. Monongahela, 269. 

BLOOMSBURG, Columbia County. 
Edgar, Thomas W., Planing and Steam Saw-mill. Washington, 265. 
Guinn, George, Wheelwright. S. W., Washington, 265 ; Catawissa chap., 
178 ; Treasurer, Mount Moriah coun., 10 ; Sentinel, Crusade com., 12. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 367 

Hagenbuck, Eobert, Inn-keeper. P. Treasurer, Washington, 265. 

Harrison, Francis 0., M.D. P. M., Washington, 265; P. K., Catawissa 
chap., 178; P. 0. of W., Mount Moriah coun., 10 ; P. Com., Ortisade com., 12. 

Knapp, Christian P., Mason. P. M., Washington, 265 ; Oatawissa chap., 
178 ; P. Thr. 111. G. M., Mount Moriah coun., 10 ; R. and S. M. ; P. E. Cora., 
Crusade com., 12 ; 111. G. M. of the Grand Coun. ; R. and S. M. of Pa. ; R. B. 
Grand Com. of the Grand Com. of Pa. 

Lutz, Ephraim P., Druggist. P. M., Washington, 265; Catawissa chap., 
178; 111. G. M., Mount Moriah coun., 10; R. and S. M.; P. Recorder, Crusade 
com., 12. 

McKelvy, James B., M.D. P. M., Washington, 265 ; P. H. P., Catawissa 
chap., 178; P. Thr. 111. G. M., Mount Moriah coun., 10; P. E. Com., Crusade 
com., 12. 

Mensch, Andrew C, Notary Public. P. S. D., Washington, 265 ; P. C. H., 

Catawissa chap., 178; P. Recorder, Mount Moriah coun., 10; Crusade 

com., 12. 

BBACKNEY. 

Lewis, A. H., Physician and Surgeon. Warren, 240. 

BEIDEBBUBO. 
Davies, Charles C, Machinist. Prankford, 292. 

BBISTOL. 
Dungan, Pugh, Wine Merchant. P. M., Bristol, 25. ; Mark Mason. 

BBOWETSVILLE. 

Mason, J. M., Steam Boat Commander. Brownsville, 60 ; Brownsville chap.; 
Brownsville coun. 

CATAWISSA, Columbia County. 

Kreigh, J. C, Merchant. Danville, 224 ; Treasurer, Catawissa chap., 178. 

McWilliams, Hugh, Car Builder. J. D., Danville, 224 ; M., Catawissa chap., 
178. 

Sharpless, John, Merchant. Danville, 224; Catawissa chap., 178 ; Crusade 
com., 12. 

Smeed, E. C, Civil Engineer. S. W., Danville, 224; H. P., Catawissa 

chap., 178 ; S. W., Crusade com., 12 ; Grd. of the Grand Council ; P. J. W. of 

Grand Command ery. 

CEBES, McKean County. 

Barber, Elmer D., Carpenter and Joiner, and Hotel-keeper. Macedonia, 258, 
N. Y. 
Gillett, G. B., Merchant. Macedonia, 258, N. Y. 
Perkins, Benjamin, Farmer and Mason. Macedonia, 258, N. Y. 

COLEBBOOK, Lebanon County. 
Kelly, Clinton B., Farmer. Mount Lebanon, 226. 

COLUMBIA. 

Boice, Erastus K., Freight and Ticket Agent P. Railroad Co. P. M., 
Columbia, 286 ; Chap., 43. 



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Eberlein, Samuel P., Grocer, 71 Locust St. Sec , Columbia, 286 ; Chap., 43 ; 
J. W., Columbia com., 13. 

Frederick, Lewis, Hat and Shoe Store, 2 Mechanics' Row, Locust St. J. D., 
Columbia, 286 ; Chap., 43. 

Pry, H. H., Merchant, opposite Columbia Bank, Locust St. Columbia, 286. 

Kauffman, C. S., Proprietor Cordelia Furnace, near Columbia. W. M., 
Columbia, 286 ; Chap., 43; E. C, Columbia com., 13. 

Kimburg, Peter A., Machinist Pa. Railroad Shop. P. M., Columbia, 286 ; 
Chap., 43. 

COLUMBUS. 

Burroughs, F. E., M.D. W. M., Columbus, 264 ; Western Star chap., 67, 
N. Y. 

Mason, L. W., Merchant. Columbus, 264 ; Western Star chap., 67, N. T. 

Stacey, Nathaniel, Clergyman. Hamilton, 120, N. Y. ; Western Star chap., 
67, N. Y. ; New Jerusalem com., Danby, N. Y. 

CKESSONA, Schuylkill County. 

Bines, W. H., Civil Engineer. P. M., Friendship, 89, Zanesville, Ohio; P. 
H. P., Zanesville chap., Ohio ; P. E. C, Wheeling com., Virginia. 

Hazel, Henry, Machinist. S. W., Page, 270. 

Hudson, Richard, Engineer. Page, 270. 

Keefer, John, Founderyman. W. M., Page, 270. 

Morrisey, Timothy, Machinist and Engineer. Stichter, 62 ; Reading chap., 
152 ; Jerusalem com., 16. 

Smith, William, Engineer. Page, 270 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 

Upchurch, John, Master Mechanic. Page, 270 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 

DADTVUiLE, Montour County. 

Brown, G. B., Bookseller and Stationer. Danville, 224. 
Johnston, William C, Attorney at Law. P. Sec, Danville, 224. 
Lewis, William, Boss Roller. Danville, 224. 
Moore, Robert, Assistant Judge. Danville, 224. 
Oppenheimer, Rev. Emanuel. Danville, 224. 
Ridgway, M. S., Superintendent of Iron Works. Danville, 224. 
Stroh, Samuel, Assistant Superintendent of Iron Works. W. M., Danville, 
224. 
Voris, A. H., Book-keeper. J. W., Danville, 224. 

DIMOCK. 
Babcock, P. S., Farmer. Warren, 240. 
Dennisou, G. M., Farmer. Warren, 240. 
Gates, E. B., Hotel-keeper. Warren, 240. 

D O WHTBTGTOWM'. 

Black, Samuel, Merchant Tailor. Treasurer, Williamson, 309; Columbia 
Mark, 91. 
Williamson Lodge, 309, instituted October 19th, 1857. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 369 

EASTOET. 

Prey, Martin, Merchant. Easton, 152 ; Easton chap., 173. 
. Lehr, Enos, Merchant. Easton, 152 ; Easton chap., 173. 

Miller, A., (0.) Cooper. Easton, 152 ; Easton chap., 173 ; St. John's com., 4. 

Neiman, D. H., Editor and Proprietor of Easton Sentinel. Easton, 152 ; 
Easton chap., 173. 

Pyle, Robert 0., Merchant. Easton, 152 ; Easton chap., 173. 

Semple, William B., Merchant. W. M., Easton, 152 ; Easton chap., 173 ; St. 
John's com., 4. 

Stout, Lewis H., Attorney at Law. Easton, 152 ; Easton chap., 173 ; St. 

John's com., 4. 

EBIE, Erie County. 

Brown, W. S., Agent Lake Shore Railroad. Presque Isle, 235. 

Elliott, 0. L., Dentist. Presque Isle, 235. 

Faulkner, Robt., Surgeon and Homoeopathic Physician. Secretary, Presque 
Isle, 235 ; Predonia chap., 76, N. Y. 

Forrester, Rev. J. E., D.D. W. M., Presque Isle, 235 ; Predonia chap., 76, N. T. 

Pelton, Halsey, City Councilman, Lime Manufacturer, and Merchant. P. M., 
Presque Isle, 235 ; Predonia chap., 76, N. Y. 

Reed, Wm. L., Civil Engineer and Superintendent Erie Extension Canal. 
Presque Isle, 235. 

Schneider, Fred., Soap and Candle Manufacturer. Presque Isle, 235. 

FBABTKFOBD. 

Faunce, Daniel, Hotel. Prankford, 292 ; Excelsior Mark, 216. 

Lindouer, Christian, Ostler. Prankford, 292. 

Myers, Elijah E., Builder. P. Secretary, Central, 71, Illinois; Springfield 
chap., 1, 111. 

Patterson, John, Calico Printer, Orchard St. Prankford, 292 ; Excelsior 
Mark, 216. 

Weber, Jacob, Hotel. Frankford, 292 ; Excelsior Mark, 216. 

EBIENDSVILLE. 
Glidden, Col. B., Justice. Warren, 240. 

GALLITZIET. 
Scott, Abram B., Conductor Penna. Railroad. Mountain, 281. 

GOBDOH", Schuylkill County. 
Bachman, Jonathan, Sup't of Ashland Plains. Ashland, 294. 
Faust, Jonathan, Keeper of Union Hotel. Ashland, 294. 
Parton, Henry, Blacksmith. Ashland, 294. 

GBEAT BEND, Susquehanna County. 

Dusenbury, J. H., Merchant. W. M., Great Bend, 338 ; P. M., Franklin, 
263 ; Binghamton chap., 139, N. Y. ; Malta com., 21, N. Y. 

Hays, Thomas D., Railroad Contractor and Agriculturalist. Treasurer, 
Great Bend, 338. 



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Orange, Geo. W., Station Agent N. Y. and B. Railroad. S. W., Great 
Bend, 338. 

Simrell, Wm. W., Foreman D. L. and W. Eailroad Repairing Shops. J. D., 
Great Bend, 338. 

Stephens, A. P., Commission Agent and Agriculturalist. S. D., Great 

Bend, 338. 

HASEBTJBG-, Berks County. 

Baum, P. 0., Merchant. Stichter, 62. 
Geiger, Jacob, Miller. Tamaqua, 238. 

HOLLIDATTSBTJBG. 

Crawford, J. R., Gentleman. P. M., Juniata, 282 ; P. H. P., Mount Moriah 
chap., 166 ; Altoona conn., 9 ; Mountain com., 10. 

Punk, James, High Sheriff of Blair Co. Jnniata, 282 ; Mount Moriah chap., 
166 ; Altoona coun., 9 ; Mountain com., 10. 

Gilmore, John M., Clerk. Portage, 220 ; Mount Moriah chap., 166 ; Altoona 
coun., 9 ; Mountain com., 10. 

Koehler, Dr. Charles, Physician. Portage, 220. 

Lingafelt, John, Merchant and County Treasurer. Portage, 220; Mount 
Moriah chap., 166. 

Sheonthal, Moses, Merchant. Juniata, 282. 

Stewart, James R., Engineer Hoi. Br. Penna. Railroad. Juniata, 282. 

Vowinkle, A., Chandler. Portage, 220; Warren chap., 180; Altoona coun., 

9 ; Mountain com., 10. 

HOLMESBTTBG. 

Cartledge, Joseph, Millwright. Frankford, 292 ; Excelsior Mark, 216. 
Dewees, Jacob H., Merchant. Frankford, 292. 
Graff, Jerome, Gardener. Kensington, 211. 
Willian, John B., Manufacturer. Frankford, 292. 

KINGSTON, Luzerne County. 
Tarbox, Joseph Lafayette, Foreman in laying and repairing Track. Union, 

291. 

LANCASTER. 

Atlee, John L., Jr., M.D., 74 E. King St. W. M., Lodge, 43 ; H. P., Chap., 
43. 

Atlee, Wm. Aug., Attorney at Law, 45 E. King St. J. W., Lodge, 43; P. 
H. P., Chap., 43 ; D. D. G. H. P. of G. C. for Lancaster and York Counties. 

Heistand, J. Christian, Miller, Lancaster Co. Lodge, 43. 

Kline, George M., Attorney at Law, 12 N. Duke St. S. W., Lodge, 43 ; 
Scribe, P. A, Chap., 43. 

Long, Reuben H., Attorney at Law. Lodge, 43. 

Swentzel, E. W., D.D.S., 60£ N. Queen St. J. D., Lodge, 43. 

Westhaeffer, J. M., Bookseller, Publisher, and Stationer, 44 N. Queen, cor. of 
Orange St. Sec, Lodge, 43 ; Sec, Chap., 43 ; Recorder, Columbia com., 13. 

LEWISBUBG. 
Bearstecker, F., Gunsmith. Charity, 144. 
Brewer, C. D., Miller. Charity, 144. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 371 

Caldwell, F. S., Druggist. Charity, 144. 

Crites, Charles S., Architect and Builder. W. M., Charity, 144. 

Dunkle, Charles C, Merchant. Charity, 144. 

Goodman, Philip, Merchant. Charity, 144. 

Herman, Saml., Tailor. Charity, 144. 

McLaughlin, J. B., Book-keeper. Secretary, Charity, 144. 

Nogle, Wm., Lumberman and Boat Builder. Charity, 144. 

Stahl, Jeremiah, Farmer. Charity, 144. 

Wetzel, Charles S., Architect and Builder. Charity, 144. 

LLEWELLYU, Schuylkill County. 

Chance, Hiram. Minersville, 222 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 

Klopp, Benneville, Merchant. Minersville, 222 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 

Troutman, A. T., Inn-keeper. Swatara, 267 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 

MAWAXUITK. 

Bowker, James, Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron Worker, Main St. Roxborough, 
135. 

Dykes, James, Manager of Falls of Schuylkill Print Works. P. M., Rox- 
borough, 135 ; Chap., 91. 

MAKIETTA, Lancaster County. 
Hinkle, Dr. F. Columbia, 286 ; Chap., 43 ; Columbia com., 13. 

MATJCH CHUNK!. 

Barney, Nathan, Book-keeper. Carbon, 242. 

Butler, Robert Q., Prothonotary, Clerk of Quarter Sessions and Oyer and 
Terminer of Carbon County. Carbon, 242 ; Lilly chap., 181. 

Connor, Eli T. Carbon, 242. 

Cooper, J. L., Postmaster. Carbon, 242 ; Lilly chap., 181. 

Houston, James, Boat Builder. P. M., Carbon, 242 ; Scribe, Lilly chap., 
181 ; Allen encpt., 20. 

Kellem, Samuel L., Magistrate. W. M., Carbon, 242 ; Lilly chap., 181. 

Lentz, La Fayette, Proprietor Broadway House. Carbon, 242 ; Lilly chap., 
181. 

Nimson, Albright B., Farmer. Carbon, 242 ; Lilly chap., 181. 

Otis, William R., Watch-maker and Jeweler. P. M., Carbon, 242 ; P. H. P., 
Lilly chap., 181 ; D. D. G. High Priest, 2d Generalissimo, Allen encpt., 20. 

McWILLIAMSTO WN, Chester County. 
Gilbough, James M., Carpenter. Williamson, 309 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 

MIDDLEPOBT. 
Porter, John R., Magistrate. Schuylkill, 138 ; Mark Master. 

MIDWAY, Chester County. 
Ash, Wm. R., Lumber and Coal Merchant. Williamson, 309. 



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MILLFOBD, Pike County. 
Newman, John B., Millwright. Port Jervis, 328, N. Y. 
MINERSVILLE, Schuylkill County. 

Benseman, P. T., Merchant. Minersville, 222. Schuylkill chap., 159. 

Glover, Eobert A., Clerk. Minersville, 222 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 

Hopkins, W. H., Kailroad Agent. Minersville, 222 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 

Lewis, J. W., Agent. J. W., Minersville, 222 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 

Eobins, W. N., M.D. P. M., Minersville, 222 ; P. H. P., Schuylkill chap., 

159 ; D. D. G. H. P., Schuylkill Co. 

Verner, Thomas, Coal Operator. W. M., Minersville, 222 ; Schuylkill chap., 

159 

MONTROSE. 

Cobb, John W., Physician and Surgeon. Warren, 240. 

Post, Wm. M , Attorney at Law. W. M., Warren, 240 ; Warren chap., 180. 

Smith, Alphonso H., Books, Stationery, and News Dealer, and Agent for 
Masonic Publications. Warren, 240 ; Warren chap., 180. 

Tarbell, John S., Proprietor Franklin House. Warren, 240 ; Warren chap., 
180; P.-. A.'. C.\ 

Tyler, M. C, Merchant in N. Y. City. Warren, 240. 

Wood, Frank D., Artist, Ambrotypist, etc. Warren, 240. 

MOUNT CARMEL, Schuylkill County. 

Biles, Wm., Mason. Shamokin, 255; Northumberland chap., 174. 

Fahrion, Frederick, Butcher. Shamokin, 255. 

Fisher, John, Carpenter. Shamokin, 255. 

Lerch, Abraham, Iun-keeper. Shamokin, 255. 

Lerch, W. H., Merchant. Shamokin, 255; Northumberland chap., 174. 

Miller, Isaac, Inn-keeper. Shamokin, 255 ; Northumberland chap., 174. 

MOUNT JOY, Lancaster County. 
Grider, B. M., Lumber Merchant. Lodge, 43. 

HEW CASTLE. 
Lindamuth, Jacob, Hotel Proprietor. Member of A. Y. M. Pulaski Lodge, 216. 

NEW MILEORD. 

Barnum, Elijah, Proprietor New Milford Valley Hotel. Warren, 240. 

Dickerman, J., Jr., Merchant and Manufacturer. Warren, 240. 

Hayden, John, Wholesale Yankee Notions, etc. Warren, 240; Warren 
chap., 180. 

Hayden, Wm., Wholesale Yankee Notions, etc. Rural Amity, 70. 

McMillan, A. P., Clerk. Warren, 240. 

Merrill, C. G., Station Agent and Telegraph Operator T>. L. and W. Railroad. 
Warren, 240. . 

Mott, Sylvannus, Farmer. Clyde, 341, N. Y. 

Ward, Wm. T., Merchant. Warren, 240. 

Weed, Geo. W., Merchant. Otseningo, 435, N. Y. ; Malta com., 21. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 373 

NEWTOWN, Bucks County. 

Feaster, David V., Iron Founder and Machinist. Bristol, 25. 

Jenks, George A., Attorney at Law. Columbia, 91 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 

ORWIGSBUKG, Schuylkill County. 

Hammer, William A., Merchant. P. M., Schuylkill, 138. 
Schuylkill Lodge, 138, meets Wednesday on or before full moon. 
Weber, E. K., M.D. Schuylkill, 138. 

PALO ALTO, Schuylkill County. 

Bensinger, William, Merchant. Schuylkill, 138 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 
Chillson, Walters, Master Carpenter. Pulaski, 216. 
Harlan, Charles, Engineer. Union, 48'; Elkton, Md. 

McDonnell, Samuel, Foreman Phila, and R. Railroad Co. Chandler, 227 ; 
Beading chap., 152 ; De Molay com., 9. 
Sessinger, Henry B., Clerk. Pulaski, 216. 
Snyder, George B., Clerk P. and R. Railroad. Stichter, 62. 
Starrett, John, Engineer P. and R. Railroad. Chandler, 227. 
Stellwagon, W. M., Machinist. Schuylkill, 138 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 
Wentz, Jacob, Clerk P. and R. Railroad. Pulaski, 216. 

PHILADELPHIA. 

Anderson, Robert, 8 Merrick St. Point Coupe, U. D., Louisiana. 

Baisley, Wm. C, Wharf Builder, late Crown St., 18th Ward. Shekinah, 246 ; 
Girard Mark, 214. 

Banes, William Alexander, Contractor, 1726 N. 2d St. Frankford, 292. 

Bartram, John I., Wetherill House, 603 Sansom St. Eastern Star, 186. 

Battin, Henry S., Tobacconist, S. E. cor. 3d and Vine Sts., residence, 840 
Marshall St. Mitchell, 296. 

Baxter, Isaac B., Jr., Wholesale and Retail Hardware Dealer, 522 S. 2d St. 
Solomon's, 114. 

Beatty, Thomas, Merchant, N. 3d St. Kensington, 211 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 

Berry, Casper M., Dining Rooms, N. E. eor. 5th and Chestnut Sts., also 16th 
and Market Sts. Integrity, 187 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 

Blumenthal, Moses, Tailor, 548 N. 2d St. Kensington, 211. 

Brady, Mathew J., Sash, Blind, Ripping Mill, 61 Allen St. below Shackamaxon, 
residence, 1137 Shackamaxon St. Shekinah, 246 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 

Brenner, Henry W., Bread Baker, 1123 Otis St., 18th Ward. Integrity, 187 ; 
Columbia Mark, 91. 

Brown, John, Hotel-keeper, 1215 Market St. St. John's, 115. 

Brown, Samuel, Machinist, 220 Allen St. St. John's, 115 ; Girard Mark, 214 ; 
Harmony chap., 52. 

Brunswick, Raphael, Watch-maker and Jeweler, 605 N. 2d St. Kensington, 
211. 

Budd, J. Fletcher, Collector of Taxes, Columbia St., above American. Ken- 
sington, 211. 

Buttler, Henry L., Job and Fancy Printer, S. E. cor. of 2d and Market Sts. 
Integrity, 187 ; Girard Mark, 214. 



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Christian, Henry, Sup't Eepairs Phila. & R. Railroad Co.'s "Wharves, Port 
Richmond. J. W. and Charter Member, Stichter, 254 ; P. M., Richmond, 230 ; 
Harmony chap., 52 ; Jerusalem com., 15 ; Philadelphia conn., 11. 

Coffee, E. Z., Morocco Manufacturer, 1143 N. 4th St., store, No. 5 N. 3d St. 
Shekinah, 246. 

Connelly, John G., Hotel-keeper, 527 Chestnut St. St. John's, 115 ; Girard 
Mark, 214. 

Cooke, B. J., Clock Manufacturer, 827 Ellsworth St. Richmond, 230; 
Columbia Mark, 91. 

Crozier, William, Stone-mason, 1411 N. 4th St Lodge, 3. 

Davis, Samuel H., Manufacturer Spokes, Hubs, and Felloes, 1028, 1030, and 
1032 N. Front St. Phoenix, 130. 

Elder, William S., Tobacconist, 1029 N. 2d St. Frankford, 292; Excelsior 
Mark, 216. 

Fichtel, Charles, Watch-maker and Jeweler, 518 S. 2d St. Meridian Sun, 158. 

Fisher, Leonard, Hotel, 1115 Market St. Solomon's, 1 14 ; Jerusalem chap., 3. 

Flomerfelt, Armstrong J., 212 Catharine St. Integrity, 187. 

Funk, Francis, Agent Pennsylvania Transportation Co., 137 Dock St. S. W., 
Meridian Sun, 158 ; Girard Mark, 114 ; Columbia chap., 91 ; Philadelphia 
coun., 11 ; Warder, St. John's com., 4 ; R. P. G. Treas., Grand Coun., Pa. 

Gicker, C. B., Flour, Feed, Grain, and Hay Store, Frankford Road, above 
Norris St. Richmond, 230 ; Harmony chap., 52. 

Gill, John S., Carpenter, 1110 Frankford Road. Kensington, 211. 

Gilroy, H. E., Minister of the Gospel, 1010 N. Front St. Pulaski, 216. 

Gross, Ernest, 6 S. Water St., residence, N. E. cor. 12th and Oliver Sts. 
Herman, 125 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 

Hailer, David, Carpenter, 415 Rugan St., residence, 640 Wayne St. Rising 
Star, 126. 

Hall, Samuel P., Attorney at Law, office, 128 S. 6th St., residence, 1768 
Frankford Road. Lodge, 3. 

Heintish, William A., Machinist, 1232 Cass St. Rising Star, 126 ; Columbia 
Mark, 91. 

Hemphill, Joseph, Painter, 264 Thompson St. Kensington, 211 ; Girard 
Mark, 214. 

Heppe, P. H., Accountant, 506 N. 3d St. Herman, 125 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 

Hershey, D., M.D., 994 N. 5th St. Frankford, 292 ; Girard Mark, 214. 

Hill, Charles, Plumber, 1229 Shackamaxon St. Richmond, 230 ; Columbia 
Mark, 91. 

Hollowell, William, Carpenter, 1048 N. Front St. Lodge, 3. 

Holmes, John, Inn-keeper, S. W. cor. Front and Thompson Sts. Kensington, 
211. 

Hooper, Emanuel, Glover, 722 Belgrade St. Kensington, 211. 

Hutchinson, Robert, Alderman, 1416 Coates St., residence, 1838 Green St. 
Sec, Concordia, 67; P. H. P., Columbia chap., 91. 

Hyneman, Isaac, Contractor, 431 N. 8th St. Lafayette, 71. 

Jacoby, P. Stephen, Cooper, Rising Sun. Kensington, 211. 

Johnson, John, Rope-maker, Germantown Road, near Water Works. Rich- 
mond, 230. 



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Kelly, James, Supervisor 9th and 10th Wards. St. John's, 115 ; Girard 
Mark, 214; Chap., 3. 

Kennedy, Dr. Alfred L., President Polytechnic College, Market St. and 
West Penn Square. Eising Star, 126. 

King, John, Waterman, Eichmond, above Vienna St., 18th Ward. Frank- 
ford, 292. l 

Krider, John, Gunmaker, N. E. cor. 2d and Walnut Sts., residence, 304 
Wharton St. Solomon's, 114 ; Girard Mark, 214. 

Ladner, Frederick, Brewer, 532 N. 3d St. Herman, 125 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 

Ladner, Louis J., Inn-keeper, 532 N. 3d St. Concordia, 67. 

Lare, George A., Ladies' Gaiter, Boot, and Shoe Store, 411 S. 7th St., five 
doors below Pine St. Integrity, 187. 

Lathbury, James, Baker, 517 Shippen St. Solomon's, 114. 

Leach, William, Golden Fleece Hotel, 310 Cherry St. P. M., Lodge, 9 ; Tr. 
Columbia Mark, 91 ; P. H. P., Colambia chap., 91. 

Lewis, Geo. F., Plate-printer, 33 S. 3d St. P. M. Eastern Star, 187; Jeru- 
salem chap., 3. 

Lockrey, Charles, Grocery and Provision Store, 244 N. 15th, cor. Palmetto St. 
Meridian Sun, 158 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 

Ludy, Christian, Tanner, N. E. cor. Masher and Jefferson Sts. Kensington, 
211 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 

Mahan, Francis, Eeporter of Paris and Philadelphia Fashions, 720 Chestnut 
St. Columbia, 91 ; Girard Mark, 214 ; Columbia chap., 91. 

Manning, Napoleon B., Wholesale and Eetail Dealer in Imported and Do- 
mestic Cigars and Tobacco, 41 S. 3d St. Lafayette, 71 ; Girard Mark, 214. 

Mathers, Charles, Clerk, 1012 Marshall St. Solomon's, 114. 

McCully, Vincent P., Flour and Grain Merchant, Germantown Avenue, below 
5th St. P. M., Kensington, 211; Keystone chap., 175. 

Nestor, William Andrew, Farmer, Germantown Eoad, near Water Works. 
Kensington, 211. 

Patterson, John, Hotel, N. W. cor. 19th and South Sts. Montgomery, 19 ; 
Columbia Mark, 91. 

Pote, John P., Hotel, cor. Eichmond and Otis Sts. Integrity, 187 ; Columbia 
Mark, 91. ' 

Randall, George K., Stair-builder, 18th and Wood Sts. P. M., Shekinah, 
246 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 

Randall, Henry D., Machinist, 311 Allen St. Shekinah, 246 ; Columbia 
Mark, 91. 

Rheen, Charles, Lithographer, 42 S. 3d St. Orient, 289. 

Ritchie, Wm., Wine and Liquor Store, Otis and Girard Avenue. Kensing- 
ton, 211. 

Robinson, James, Watch-maker and Jeweler, and Importer of Clocks, 
Watches, and all kinds of Jewelry, 1031 Market St. Melita, 295. 

Rowe, Joseph W., M.D., Germautown Eoad and Thompson St. Shekinah, 
246 ; Excelsior Mark, 216. 

Ryan, Charles, 1904 Lombard St. Eising Star, 126. 

Sailor, John, Contractor, 732 Shirley St. Harmony, 52 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 

Shaffer, John, Contractor, 1229 S. 7th St. Frankford, 292; Excelsior Mark, 
216. 



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Senior, John B., Bookseller, 224 N. 2d St.. Melita, 295 ; Girard Mark, 214. 

Smith, Charles M., Malt and Hops, 241 N. 4th St., residence, 963 N. 6th St. 
Shekinah, 246. 

Smith, James, Beal Estate Agent and Bookseller, 811 Passyunk Road. 
Shekinah, 246 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 

Stockdale, James F., Broker. Lodge, 2 ; Keystone chap., 175. 

Streeper, John, Jr., Carpenter and Builder of Vats, Tubs, etc., 988 N. 5th St. 
Lodge, 3. 

Sutpham, L. V., Carpenter and Builder, 250 Girard Avenue. Frankford, 
292 ; Excelsior Mark, 216. 

Taylor, Absalom, Clerk, 1336 Passyunk Boad. Pursuivant, Melita, 295. 

Thompson, Hugh, Plumber and Gas-fitter, 955 Frankford Boad. Shekinah, 
246 ; Girard Mark, 214. 

Tomlinson, Geo. W., Deputy Sheriff, 848 Marshall St. Eising Star, 126. 

Trau, J. Ph., M.D., 1327 N. 5th St. S. W., Herman, 125 ; Columbia chap., 91. 

Vipond, Thomas, Brass Smelter, N. 6th, above Dauphin St. Kensington, 
211; Girard Mark, 214. 

Warburton, William F., Fashionable Hatter, 430 Chestnut St. Eastern Star, 
186 ; Harmony chap., 52. 

Wartman, Michael, Tobacconist, 313 N. 3d St. Kensington, 211. 

Wimpfheimer, Jacob, Leather Dealer, 3d and Callowhill Sts. Kensington, 211. 

Wise, George D., Photographic, Ambrotypic, and Daguerreian Gallery, N. E. 
coi\ 2d and Christian Sts. Washington, 59 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 

Withinger, Ralph, Machinist, 1523 Apple St. Kensington, 211. 

Wolf, Charles C, Brewer, 213 N. 4th St. Mt. Moriah, 155 ; Girard Mark, 214. 

Wyle, John H., General Commission Merchant, 24 S. Wharves. Melita, 295. 

Yost, Jacob A., Children's Carriage Manufacturer, 214 Dock St. St. John's, 
115 ; Girard Mark, 214. 

PIBTEGKOVE, Schuylkill County. 
Beohtel, Henry B., Tanner Swatara, 267. 
Clayton, William, Coal Agent. Swatara, 267. 
Matchin, George, Attorney at Law. Page, 270. 

FITTSBTJBG. 

Apple, Adam, Grocer, West Pittsburg. Solomon, 231 ; Zerubbabel chap., 
162 ; Washington coun., 1. 

Armor, George, Merchant Tailor. Lodge, 45 ; Zerubbabel chap., 162 ; Pitts- 
burg com., 1. 

Barne, Thomas, Jr., Iron Safe Manufacturer. Washington, 253, 

Bartberger, Carl, Architect and Superintendent. St. John's, 219. 

Batchelor, C. W., Steamboat Captain. Washington, 253 ; Zerubbabel chap., 
162 ; Washington coun., 1 ; Pittsburg com., 1. 

Bell, A. C, Jr., Clerk Penna. Railroad Co. Lodge, 45. 

Buffum, J. C, Manufacturer of Sarsaparilla, Mineral Water, and Bottled Ale 
and Porter. St. John's, 219. 

Campbell, Hugh, Steamboat Captain. St. John's, 219; Zerubbabel chap., 
162; Washington coun., ] ; Pittsburg com., 1. 



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Colton, Charles A., Cashier Dollar Savings Bank. Lodge, 45. 

Connor, C, Salesman. P. S., Milnor, 287 ; Zerubbabel chap., 162 ; Pittsburg 
com., 1. 

Culbertson, A., Grocer and Commission Merchant. P. M., Franklin, 221 ; 
Zerubbabel chap., 162 ; Pittsburg com., 1. 

Davage, Thomas, Block and Pump Maker. P. M., St. John's, 219 ; P. H. P., 
Zerubbabel chap., 162 ; P. T. I. G. M., Washington coun., 1 ; Pittsburg com., 1. 

Douglass, T. H., Steam Boiler Manufacturer. St. John's, 219 ; Zerubbabel 
chap., 162 ; Pittsburg com., 1. 

Poster, Heron J., Editor Daily Dispatch. St. John's, 219 ; Zerubbabel chap., 
162. 

Fulton, A., Bell and Brass Founder. St. John's, 219 ; Zerubbabel chap., 162 ; 
Pittsburg com., 1. 

Gallinger, N., Dry Goods Dealer. Washington, 253. 

Hailman. J. W., Iron Manufacturer. P. M., Franklin, 221 ; Zerubbabel chap., 
162 ; Pittsburg com., 1. 

Henderson, J. P., Assistant Treasurer of P., Ft. W., and C. Eailroad Co. 
P. Secretary, Franklin, 227. 

Herdman, James, Leather Manufacturer. P. M., Milnor, 287 ; Zerubbabel 
chap., 162. 

Jones, Hugh, Merchant and Hardware Dealer. St. John's, 219. 

Kammerer, D. C, Dealer in Boots and Shoes. Milnor, 287. 

Kelly, Wm. B., Lard Oil Manufacturer. Lodge, 45 ; Zerubbabel chap., 162. 

Kennedy, John S., Watch-maker and Jeweler. Washington, 253. 

Matthews, James, Steamboat Captain. St. John's, 219. 

MeCandless, Wilson, Attorney at Law. P. M., Milnor, 287 ; Zerubbabel 
chap., 162 ; P. T. I. G. M., Washington coun.. 1. 

Meeds, Jas. B. D., Principal of Second Ward Public Schools. P. M., St. 
John's, 219 ; Zerubbabel chap., 162. 

Murphy, Wm. C, Fancy Goods Dealer. Lodge, 45. 

Noble, William, Upholsterer. P. M., Lodge, 45 ; Zerubbabel chap., 162 ; 
P. G., Pittsburg com., 1. 

Olnhausen, Christian. P. M., Solomon's, 231. 

Parker, Thomas A., Salesman. Milnor, 281. 

Paulson, Charles H., Hat, Cap, and Fur Dealer. Franklin, 221. 

Pollock, A. M., M.D. P. M., Lodge, 45 ; P. H. P., Zerubbabel chap., 162 ; 
D. D. G. M. 

Rhoads, James, Painter. P. M., Lodge, 45 ; R A. M. ; E. and S. Master ; 
K. T. 

Rhodes, Joshua, Brewer. St. John's, 219 ; Zerubbabel chap., 162. 

Bosenbaum, M., Clothier. Washington, 253. 

Schenck, Frederick G., Brewer. W. M., Solomon's, 231. 

Schuchman, William, Lithographer. Solomon's, 231. 

Scriba, Victor, Printer. P. M., Solomon's, 231. 

Severance, L., Spike and Rivet Manufacturer. St. John's, 219. 

Silverman, Charles, Merchant. St. John's, 219. 

Smyth, Richard, Book Store. Franklin, 221. 

Spencer, Edward, Merchant Tailor. Lodge, 45. 



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Staub, Peter, Shoemaker. Solomon's, 231. 

Vankirk, "William, Stove Manufacturer. Franklin, 221 ; Zerubbabel chap., 
162. 

Warden, "William G., Engine Builder. Alleghany, 223 ; Zerubbabel chap., 
162 ; Pittsburg com., 1. 

Weldin, J. E., Dealer in Law and School Books, and Manufacturer of Blank 
Books. St. John's, 219 ; Zerubbabel chap., 162 ; Pittsburg com., 1. 

"Whittier, Isaac, Secretary and Treasurer of Franklin Savings Bank aDd Loan 
Association. P. M., St. John's, 219 ; Zerubbabel chap., 162 ; Pittsburg com., 1. 

"Williams, John "W., Puddler, West Pittsburg. Lodge, 45 ; Zerubbabel chap., 
162. 

Williams, Robert, Cabinet-maker and Undertaker. Lodge, 45. 

Wilson, J. 0., Dry Goods Jobber. Lodge, 45. 

Wolf, 0. H., Hardware Merchant. St. John's, 219 ; Zerubbabel chap., 162; 
Pittsburg com., 1. 

Wright, Thos. W., Printer, Foreman Daily Dispatch. Secretary, Lodge, 45 ; 
Secretary, Zerubbabel chap., 162 ; Washington coun., 1; Pittsburg com., 1. 

FITTSTON. 
St. John's Lodge, 233, meets Tuesday on or before full moon. 

POBT CLINTON, Schuylkill County. 

Guldin, William C, Coal Agent. Tamaqua, 238; Tamaqua chap., 177; 
Creigh coun., 16 ; De Molay com., 9. 

Kirlin, E. J., Agent C. W. & E. Railroad. Schuylkill, 138 ; ReadiDg chap., 
152. 

Siegfried, John R., Agent L. S. Railroad. Schuylkill, 138. 

FOTTSVILLE, Schuylkill County. 

Albright, Charles, Carriage-maker. Pulaski, 216 ; Chap., 196. 

Chambers, Henry, Merchant Tailor, Centre St. J. W., Anthracite, 285. 

Chichester, E., M.D., Centre St. Pulaski, 216 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 

Feger, Joseph M., Proprietor Feger's Hotel, East corner of Centre and 
Mahantonga Sts. Page, 270. 

Hodgson, William D., Book-keeper. S. W., Pulaski, 216 ; Mountain City 
chap., 196. 

Little, Christopher, Attorney at Law. P. M., Secretary, Pulaski, 216 ; Sec- 
retary, Mountain City chap., 196. 

Whitfield, Rowland, Merchant, Centre St. Secretary, Anthracite, 285. 

PROVIDENCE, Luzerne County. 
Mulley, Ambrose, Merchant. W. M., Hiram, 261. 

HEADING. 
Dundore, Franklin, Book-keeper. P. M., Chandler, 227 ; H. R. A. 
Fritz, Charles L., Salesman. P. M., Chandler, 227, Royal Arch. 
Orth, Artenius, Shoemaker. Reading, 62. 

Stevenson, J. V. H., Merchant. Reading, 62 ; Reading chap., 152; De Molay 
com., 9. 



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BIUGTOWIir, Schuylkill County. 
Eisenhuth, Bernhard, Lumber Merchant. Ashland, 294; Tamaqua chap., 
177. 
Kolb, Philip, Lumber Merchant. Tamaqua, 238 ; Tamaqua chap., 177. 
Smith, Franklin C, Flour Merchant. Tamaqua, 238 ; Tamaqua chap., 177. 

SCHUYLKILL HAVEN, Schuylkill County. 
Hessar, Henry, Agent Penna. and R. Railroad Oo. Page, 270 ; Reading 
chap., 152. 
Huntzinger, Lewis L., Merchant. Page, 270. 
Saylor, 0. L.„ M.D., Druggist. Secretary, Page, 270 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 

SCEABTTOH-. 

Bryant, Jacob, Builder. J. D., Peter Williamson, 323 ; Chap., 185. 

Burger, Ferdinand, Professor of Music and Proprietor Concert Saloon. 
Union, 291 ; Chap., 185. 

Dickson, Geo. L., General Agent Scranton Foundery and Machine Works. 
Carbondale, 249 ; Chap., 179 ; P. E. C, Palestine com., 14. 

Godfrey, Joseph, Proprietor Forest House. P. M., Hiram, 261 ; Chap., 179 ; 
P. C. G. and Prelate, Com., 17. 

Josephson, Julius, Clothier. Union, 291. 

Kingsbury, Edward P., Assistant Treasurer Lackawanna Iron and Coal Co. 
W. M., Union, 291 ; H. P., Chap., 185 ; Com., 17. 

Koch, John and Louis, Proprietors Lackawanna Restaurant. Union, 291. 

Lynde, Edfrard C, Secretary Lackawanna Iron and Coal Co. S. W., Peter 
Williamson, 323 ; Chap., 185. 

Meylert, A. N., Banker. Peter Williamson, 323 ; Chap., 185. 

SELIIT'S GROVE, Snyder County. 
Eckbert, William F., Merchant. W. M., Lafayette, 194, 
Eyer, Henry C. Lafayette, 194 ; Harrisburg chap. 

SHAMOKIM', Northumberland County. 

Cherington, W. H., Merchant. Shamokin, 255 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 

Dewees, John H., Assistant Superintendent R. R. Shamokin, 255 ; Northum- 
berland chap., 174. 

Fagely, Wm., Agent. Shamokin, 255. 

Fiske, A. R., Superintendent S. V. and Penna. Railroad. Shamokin, 255 ; 
Northumberland chap., 174. 

Kutzner, Wm., Druggist. Shamokin, 255. 

Lake, David, Justice of the Peace. Shamokin, 255. 

Beinhard, Hiram, Engineer. Shamokin, 255. 

Robins, 0. M., M.D. W. M., Shamokin, 255 ; P. H. P., Schuylkill chap., 
159. 

SHARON, Mercer County. 

Irvine, J. M., Physician and Surgeon. D. D. G. M. for 13th Dist., composed 
of Beaver, Lawrence, and Mercer Counties. Sharon, 250 ;' Royal Arch Mason. 

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shingle house. 
Mosher, G. W., Postmaster, Physician and Surgeon, Farmer, and Hotel- 
keeper. Macedonia, 258, N. T. 

SNYDERVILLE. 
Snyder, George J., Inn-keeper. Lehigh, 32C. 

SPRING MILL. 
Quinly, Charles. Boxborough, 135 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 
Sheard, Daniel, Pilot. Boxborough, 135 ; Chap., 3. 
Sheard, Luke, Spring Mill Hotel. Boxborough, 135 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 

ST. CLAIH, Schuylkill County. 

Bowen, Jonathan P., Superintendent Coal-braker. Anthracite, 285. 

Geiger, John L., Superintendent. Treasurer, Anthracite, 285. 

Hess, Constantine, Carpenter. Anthracite, 285. 

Koch, Charles, Carpenter. Anthracite, 285. 

Koch, Lewis H., Merchant. W. M., Anthracite, 285. 

Morrison, John M., Engineer. Anthracite, 285. 

Neiman, Herman, Merchant. Anthracite, 285. 

Pollock, John, Merchant Tailor. Anthracite, 285. 

Slobig, Daniel K., Justice of the Peace. S. W., Anthracite, 285. 

SUMMIT HILL, Carbon County. 

Abbott, M. E., Founder and General Machinist. Bethlehem, 283 ; Lilly 
chap., 181. 
McMurtrie, Josiah. Carbon, 242 ; Lilly chap., 181. 
Miller, Alexander, Book-keeper. Carbon, 242 ; Lilly chap., 181. 
Ohl, J. G., M.D. Carbon, 242 ; Lilly chap., 181. 
.Vanhorn, Nathan, Coal Merchant. Tamaqua, 238 ; Tamaqua chap., 177. 

SUNBUBY, Northumberland County. 
Pleasants, Charles, Attorney at Law. "W. M., Sunbury, 22. 

SUSQUEHANNA DEPOT. 
Emery, J. W. L., Clerk N. Y. and E. Bailroad, Wilkesbarre. Wilkesbarre, 61. 

TAMAQUA, Schuylkill County. 

Allen, W. B., Draughtsman. Tamaqua, 238. 

Clayton, Henry, Superintendent Bailroad. Tamaqua, 238 ; Tamaqua chap., 
177. 

Conrad, J. C. J. P., Pulaski, 216. 

Conrad, Philip, Clerk. Tamaqua, 238 ; M. of 3d Veil, Tamaqua chap., 177. 

Deniston, G. W., Clerk. Tamaqua, 238. 

Ditchburn, B. F., Superintendent of Schools. Tamaqua, 238 ; Tamaqua 
chap., 177. 

Enterline, Edward, Tanner. Tamaqua, 238. 



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Enterline, Henry, Plasterer. Tamaqua, 238 ; Tamaqua chap., 177. 

Fellows, A. W., Contractor. S. W., Tamaqua, 238 ; Scribe, Tamaqua chap., 
177 ; St. John's com., 4, Phila. 

Fouler, M. P., Commission Merchant. Tamaqua, 238 ; Tamaqua chap., 177. 

Hughn, Henry, Agent Railroad. P. M., Tamaqua, 238 ; P. H. P., Tamaqua 
chap., 177. 

Kolb, Rev. Frederick. W. M., Tamaqua, 238 ; K., Tamaqua chap., 177. 

McCabe, G. H., Attorney at Law. Tamaqua, 238 ; Tamaqua chap., 177 ; 
D. D. G. M., Schuylkill co. 

Miller, Charles F., Merchant Tailor. Tamaqua, 238. 

Rehrer, Godfrey, Civil Engineer. Tamaqua, 238 ; Tamaqua chap., 177. 

Reinhard, D. C, Agent Railroad. Tamaqua, 238 ; Reading chap., 152. 

Ryan, James, Attorney at Law. Tamaqua, 238. 

Smith, B. B., Clerk. Secretary, Tamaqua, 238. 

Weldy, Francis, Merchant. Tamaqua, 238 ; Tamaqua chap., 177 ; Crusade 
com., 12. 

Weldy, H. A., Pattern-maker. Tamaqua, 238 ; Tamaqua chap., 177. 

TO WANDA, Bradford County. 

Benedict, B. S., Merchant Tailor. P. J. W., Union, 108 ; C. H., Union chap., 
161 ; Warden, Northern com., 16. 

Chamberlin, Wm. A., Jeweler and Watch Repairer. Treasurer, Union, 108 ; 
P. Treasurer, Union chap., 161. 

Coolbaugh, E. B., Clerk in Commission Office. Union, 108 ; Union chap., 
161 ; C. G., Northern com., 16. 

Culp, Major Jerry, Saddle and Harness Manufacturer. P. J. W., Union, 108 ; 
P. Scribe, Union chap., 161 ; Northern com., 16. 

Dreifuss, Samuel, Traveling Merchant. Danville, 224 ; Union chap., 161. 

Fox, Geo. E., Mercantile Clerk. P. M. and Secretary, Union, 108 ; P. H. P., 
Union chap., 161 ; E. C, Northern com., 16. 

Goodrich, E. O., Proprietor and Publisher of Reporter. P. M., Union, 108 ; 
H. P., Union chap., 161 ; Prelate, Northern com., 16. 

Gore, W. H. H., Druggist Clerk. Union, 108 ; Union chap., 161 ; S. B., 
Northern com., 16. 

Hunt, John B., Clerk. P. S. W., Union, 108 ; Barnstable, England ; Royal 
Arch Mason. 

Mason, G. F., Banker. P. M., Union, 108 ; Union chap., 161 ; Northern 
com., 16. 

McKean, Col. Allen, Clerk of Court. Union, 108 ; Union chap., 161 ; Northern 
com., 16. 

McKean, H. B., Attorney at Law. W. M., Union, 108 ; King, Union chap., 
161; S. W., Northern com., 16. 

Means, Col. John T., Agriculturalist. Union, 108 ; Union chap., 161. 

Montanye, G. D., Attorney at Law. Union, 108 ; Scribe, Union chap., 161 ; 
J. W., Northern com., 16. 

Smith, C. T., Capt. Packet Gazelle. Union, 108. 

Smith, Tra H., Mercantile Salesman. J. W., Union, 108; G. M. 1st Veil, 
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Webb, J. H., Parmer, County Register, and Recorder. Treasurer, Union, 108. 
Treasurer, Union chap., 161 ; Treasurer, Northern com., 16. 

TBEMONT, Schuylkill County. 

Althouse, D. B., Agent. P. M., Swatara, 267. 

Barndt, John H., Merchant. P. M., Swatara, 267 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 

Deibler, John, Merchant Tailor. T., Swatara, 267 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 

Drake, Gabriel, Agent M. H. Railroad. W. M., Swatara, 267. 

Eckel, Aaron, Merchant. P. M., Swatara, 267. 

Ensensperger, Joseph, Proprietor Restaurant. Swatara, 267. 

Green, John, Machinist. Swatara, 267 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 

Mayberry, "William, Clerk. Swatara, 267. 

Miller, John T., Painter. Swatara, 267. 

Stine, John, Parmer. Swatara, 267. 

Tice, J. A. L., Merchant. P. M., Swatara, 267 ; Schuylkill chap., 159. 

Wiest, E. P., Agent. P. M., Swatara, 267. 

TKEVEETOW, Northumberland County. 

Hagins, John M., Machinist. Shamokin, 255. 

Heiny, A. N., Justice of the Peace. Sunbury, 22. 

Kline, Reuben, Tinsmith. Shamokin, 255. 

Kramer, Jacob G., Boss Miner. Shamokin, 255. 

Mayer, Elias, Carpenter. Shamokin, 255. 

McWilliams, John, Blacksmith. Shamokin, 255. 

Shantz, S. D., Paymaster Tamaqua Coal Co. Milton Lodge, 256. 

Strawser, John R., Blacksmith. Shamokin, 255. 

Weaver, L. S., Machinist. Shamokin, 255. 

TJWCHLAM', Chester County. 
Evans, J. Benner, Parmer. W. M., Williamson, 309 ; Columbia Mark, 91. 



DEDICATION OF LODGES. 



The dedication of Masonic Lodges wag unknown until about the beginning of 
the present century. A great change was made in the work about that time, 
and particularly in the introduction of a reference to St. John, or the Sts. John, 
in the ritual ; and, in order to appear to be consistent, a falsehood was fabricated, 
by asserting that in ancient times Masonic Lodges were dedicated to Solomon, and 
afterward to Zerubbabel. The most positive evidence exists that Lodges never 
were dedicated at all until about seventy years ago, and certainly not to either 
Solomon or Zerubbabel. The introduction' of the above Action necessitated the 
fabrication of others found in most Monitors and Charts, particularly all that is 
said about St. John the Evangelist being a Freemason, and assuming the 
government of the Craft in his old age. The authors of Manuals, Charts, and 
pretended rituals of Masonry are responsible for the introduction of those fic- 
tions in the work, and therefore, if there were no other reasons, these publica- 
tions ought to be discarded by the Craft. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Rhode Island was organized June 27th, 5791. Its 
Annual Communications are held on the twenty- seventh of December, at such 
place as is appointed from time to time. It has also four Quarterly Communi- 
cations, held in the City of Providence or such other place as is appointed, on 
the last Monday in August, November, February, and May. The Grand Lodge 
is composed of the Grand Officers, Past Masters, and Masters and "Wardens of 
its regularly chartered Lodges. 

The revenue of the Grand Lodge. is derived from the following sources: — 

For Dispensations for new Lodges $75 

For every Candidate Initiated, Passed, and Raised . . 4 

There are 16 subordinate Lodges in this jurisdiction, as per last report. The 
returns show 1483 Members, 152 Initiations, 154 Passed, 137 Raised, 10 Admit- 
ted, 20 Rejected, 9 Dimitted, 25 Deceased, 1 Expelled, 1 Suspended, 12 Entered 
Apprentices, 22 Fellow Crafts. Whole number of Masons, 1517 ; Grand Lodge 
dues, $548; Receipts of the Grand Lodge, $997 95. 

The following named brethren are the officers of the Grand Lodge for the 
present Masonic year, viz. : — 

Wm. Gray, M. W. Grand Master. 
Ariel Ballou, R. "W. Deputy Grand Master. 
Philip P. Bourn, R. W. Senior Grand "Warden. 
Wm. B. Blonding, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 
Gardner T. S warts, "W. Grand' Treasurer. 
Thomas A. Doyle, W. Grand Secretary. 
Leonard Wright, W. Senior Grand Deacon. 
Ezra S. Dodge, "W. Junior Grand Deacon. 
Israel M. Hopkins, ) w Grand stewards . 
Stanton Hazard, J 
Rev. Chas. H. Titos, Grand Chaplain. 
Emerson Goddard, "W. Grand Marshal. 
Benedict Aldrich, "W. Grand Sword Bearer. 
Benjamin J. Brown, "W. Grand Pursuivant. 
Charles A. Greene, "W. Grand Lecturer. 
Ebenezer B. White, Grand Tyler. 

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SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



NO. LODOE. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Masteb. 



1 St. John's, 

2 St. John's, 

3 Washington, 

4 Mount Vernon, 

6 St. Alban's, 

7 Friendship, 

8 Mount Moriah, 

9 Harmony, 

10 Union, 

11 King Solomon's, 

12 Manchester, 

13 Morning Star, 

15 Hamilton, 

16 Warwick, 

20 Franklin, 

21 What Cheer, 



Newport. 

Providence. 

Warren. 

Providence. 

Bristol. 

Gloucester. 

Smithfield. 

Pawtuxet. 

Pawtucket. 

East Greenwich. 

Coventry. 

Woonsocket. 

Clayville. 

Phoenix. 

Westerly. 

Providence. 



Monday b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Friday b. f. m. 
Tuesday b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Friday b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 
1st Friday. 



Asa Hildreth. 
Thos. A. Doyle. 
Chas. Mulchahey. 
Jas. Salsbury, Jr. 
Chas. A. Greene. 
Israel N. Hopkins. 
Stafford Mowry. 
Henry Butler. 
Nath. Fairbrother. 
Thos. Fay. 
Thos. Siddell. 
Ira W. Arnold. 
Sheldon P. Lyon. 
Jas. J. Smith. 
Weeden Clark. 
Lyman Elapp. 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

The Grand Chapter of Rhode Island was organized in March, 5798. It has 
5 subordinate Chapters under its jurisdiction. The last published proceedings 
show a total of 300 Royal Arch Masons ; Exaltations, 81 ; Deaths, 17 ; Sus- 
pended, 1 ; Dimitted, 1. 

The Annual Convocations of the Grand Chapter are generally held in the 
City of Providence, in the month of March. This Grand Chapter is subordinate 
to the General Grand Chapter. 

SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



ro. 


Name. 


Location. 


1 


Providenoe, 


Providence. 


2 


Newport, 


Newport. 


3 


Temple, 


Warren. 


4 


Pawtucket, 


Pawtucket. 


5 


Union, 


Woonsocket. 



Time op Meeting. 
Thursday after full moon. 



Monday before full moon. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

A Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters, for the State of Rhode Island, 
was organized at Providence, on the 30th of October, 5860. The Councils 
under its jurisdiction are three in number, viz. : — 



RHODE ISLAND. 385 

Providence Council, No. 1, Providence; formerly under Maryland. 
Pawtucket Council, No. 2, Pawtucket ; formerly under Massachusetts. 
Webb Council, No. 3, Warren ; formerly under Connecticut. 
Members, estimated, 80. 
The following are the officers of the Grand Council : — 

111. Comp. James Salsbury, M. P. Grand Master. 

" C. H. Titus, D. P. Grand Master. 
" " Samuel Lewis, T. 111. Grand Master. 

" H. P. Smith, G. P. C. W. 
Comp. B. P. Clapp, G. T. 
" John P. Driscol, G. R. 
" Edwin Howland, G. C. G. 

Sidney Dean, G. 0. 
" C. M. Nestell, G.' S. 
" B. B. White, G. G. 

We are indebted for the above information to the accomplished Grand Secre- 
tary of the Grand Lodge of Ehode Island, E. W. Bro. Thomas A. Doyle. 

It is somewhat singular that we have been unable, after the most diligent 
application, to obtain any information in regard to Councils of Royal and 
Select Masters in Maryland, and believe that there is no such organization in 
that State. That Providence Council was formerly under Maryland, we think 
is an error. We would like to have some light on the subject. 



GENERAL WOOSTER. 



General David Woostek was born at Stratford, Conn., in the year 1711, and 
graduated at Tale College in 1738. Soon after leaving College, he engaged in 
the military service of his country, and was a captain in the expedition against 
Louisburg in 1745. In the French war, he served as colonel of a regiment, and 
subsequently as brigadier-general, which office he held at the close of that war. 
In the war of the American Revolution, he was appointed by the General As- 
sembly of Connecticut to the chief command of the troops raised for the defense 
of the State. In 1776, he was appointed major-general in the Connecticut ser- 
vice, and was distinguished for his skill and bravery until his death, which hap- 
pened the 2d of May, 1777, having been mortally wounded by a musket-ball, 
while leading his men to an attack on the British troops, near Danbury. He 
was the contemporary of Washington, Franklin, and Lafayette. He was made 
a Mason in early life, and was the first to procure a charter for a Masonic Lodge 
in Connecticut. Of this Lodge he was the first Master, elected in the year 
1750, and was continued in the same honorable station until his zeal for his 
country induced him to leave the peaceful walks of civil life and take up the 
sword in the cause of liberty, which sword he did not relinquish until called to 
yield his life on the field of battle. 



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ANTI-MASONIC INCIDENT. 

The anti-Masonic period was prolific with mountebanks and impostors, who 
went traveling up and down, to and fro, through the land, lecturing upon the 
subject of Freemasonry, and having exhibitions, in which they pretended to go 
through with the Masonic ceremonies as they were performed in a Masonic 
Lodge, in the making of Masons. These exhibitions were often the scene of 
much merriment, as those who were Freemasons generally went to these per- 
formances, and the admission fee of a shilling or a quarter of a dollar cheaply 
purchased the great amount of fun they enjoyed. The exhibitors and actors in 
these novel performances were rarely those who had ever been in a Masonic 
Lodge ; they obtained all their information from books, of which a great num- 
ber were published at the time, and these they took for granted were true expo- 
sures of the Masonic secrets. 

In one of the towns in the western part of the State of New York one of 
these exhibitors made his appearance, and in a large placard, colored and illus- 
trated, announced that he intended to go through the whole of the ceremonies 
of the three first degrees of Freemasonry, and invited the public — men, women, 
and children, Masons and non-Masons — to attend. Price of admission 
twenty-five cents. On the first night of the exhibition there were just twenty 
persons present; amount of receipts five dollars, which did not pay the expense 
of the room for one evening; and the greater portion of those who were there 
were Freemasons. The next night the exhibitor thought to do better, as he 
stated that the Freemasons were highly pleased with his performances. The truth 
is, the Masons took particular pains to go to those who were so violently opposed 
to the institution, and recommended them to go to the exhibition if they had 
any curiosity to know the Masonic secrets. 

The next night there were just twelve persons there, eleven of whom were 
Freemasons. The exhibitor delayed going through the performance till a late 
hour, and then, disheartened and discouraged, he proposed postponing the exhi- 
bition until the next evening. As he said nothing about returning the money 
which each had paid to be admitted, those inside expressed themselves as being 
very desirous to be enlightened upon so interesting a subject before they left, 
and among those who were most anxious was the non-Mason; he could not 
think of leaving without being in possession of the much-coveted secret. As 
this one was so importunate and determined, the exhibitor finally told him that 
he would commence, but it was necessary that one of the party should act as 
the candidate to be initiated. The twelve put it to vote among themselves who 
should be the candidate, and the non-Mason was selected. The exhibitor band- 
aged his eyes, and seated him on a chair. At this point the eleven left the 
room, as they had beforehand agreed ; and the exhibitor, finding he had no audi- 
tors, took his leave also, having first told the candidate to remain seated for a 
little while. As all was quiet, the candidate finally ventured to speak, but, re- 
ceiving no reply, he removed the handkerchief from his eyes and found himself 
alone. He never could be convinced but that it was a plot of the Freemasons 
to play a trick upon him and cheat him out of twenty-five cents. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of South Carolina was organized February 5th, 5787. Its 
Annual Communications are held on the third Tuesday in November, at such 
place as the Grand Lodge shall from time to time determine. In consequence 
of the Grand Lodge being engaged in revising its constitution, we are unable 
to state what are its sources of revenue or what composes the membership of 
the Grand Lodge. By a recent amendment each Lodge is "entitled to three 
votes, and may be represented by the Master and Wardens, or any one or two 
of them, or by a delegate or delegates appointed by the Lodge or the Master." 

There are 92 subordinate Lodges under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge. 
We collect the following statistics from the returns of 69 Lodges, published in 
the proceedings of November, 5859. Number of members, 3337 ; F. C, 109 ; 
E. A., 99 ; Dimissions, 235 ; Deaths, 52 ; Affiliations, 56. Amount of receipts 
from Lodges, $2149 50 ; for Charters, $330 ; from arrears of members, $96 75 ; 
making a total of $2576 25. 

The officers of the Grand Lodge for the present Masonic year, elected Novem- 
ber 20th, 5860, are as follows :— 

B. Rush Campbell, M. W. Grand Master. 

David Ramsay, R. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

T. P. Slider, R. W. Senior Grand Warden. 

J. D. Barnett, R. W. Junior Grand Warden. 

R. 0. Williams, R. W. Grand Chaplain. 

J. H. Honour, R. W. Grand Treasurer. 

A. G. Mackey, M.D., R. W. Grand Secretary. 

J. T Robertson, 1 w genior Gran(J Deacons _ 

li. Anderson, J 

S. G Mobley, M.D., 1 w Junior Gpand Deacons _ 

U. W . Hawthorne, > 

P. K. Coburn, R. Grand Marshal. 

Thomas H. Pitts, W. Grand Pursuivant. 

George Seaborn, | w Gran(J stewardg 

J. H. Nash, i 

Samuel Burk, Grand Tyler. 

A. G. Mackey, R. W. Grand Lecturer. 

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SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No. Lodge. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



Master. 



1 Solomon's, 

3 Clinton, 

4 UnionKilwinning 

5 Washington, 
9 Friendship, 

10 St. Andrew's, 

11 Winnsboro,' 

14 Orange, 

15 Cheraw, 

17 Harmony, 

18 Chester, 

19 Palmetto, 

21 Pythagorean, 

22 Harmony, 

23 Independent, 

24 Williamston, 

25 Friendship, 

26 Benton, 

27 Buford, 

28 Orangeburg, 

29 Kershaw, 

30 Ridgeway, 

31 Recovery, 

32 Johnston, 

33 Aurora, 

34 Pendleton, 

35 Fraternity, 

36 La Candeur, 

37 Centre, 

38 Allen, 

39 Richland, 

40 Winyah, 

41 St. John's, 

42 Tyrian, 

43 Eureka, 

44 Campbell, 

45 Effingham, 

46 Kingstree, 

47 Eureka, 

48 Lebanon, 

49 Wallace, 

50 Concordia, 

52 Mackey, 

53 Jackson, 

54 St. Peter's, 

55 Unity, 



Charleston. 

Abbeville C. H. 

Charleston. 

Charleston. 

Charleston. 

Charleston. 

Winnsboro'. 

Charleston. 

Cheraw. 

Barnwell C. H. 

Chester C. H. 

Laurensville. 

Charleston. 

Beaufort. 

Due West. 

Williamston. 

Kirsey's i^ Roads. 

Timmonsville. 

Buford's Bridge. 

Orangeburg C. H. 

Camden. 

Ridgeway. 

Greenville. 

Goshen Hill. 

Clio. 

Pendleton. 

Adams Run. 

Charleston. 

Honea Path. 

Bamberg. 

Columbia. 

Georgetown. 

Bluffton. 

Erwinton. 

Adamsville. 

Clinton. 

Effingham. 

Kingstree. 

Ninety-Six. 

Myersville. 

Laurens District. 

Edgefield C. H. 

Hickory Grove. 

Lancaster C. H. 

Manning. 

Walterboro'. 



1st Monday. 
2d Monday. 
3d Thursday. 
2d Thursday. 
4th Monday. 
3d Monday. 
Thursday bef. f. m. 
2d Monday. 

2d Monday. 
4th Thursday. 
Saturday bef. f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
2d Thursday. 
1st Wednesday. 
Thursday after f. m. 
Wednesday aft. f. m. 
On or near f. m. 
1st Friday. 
2d Saturday. 

3d Wednesday. 
1st Monday. 
Thursday bef. f. m. 
Saturday after f. m. 
Night of full moon. 
1st Fri. aft. 2d Th. 
2d Tuesday. 

4th Saturday. 

1st Tuesday. 
2d Wednesday. 

Saturday of f. m. 
Friday of f. m. 



John Corby. 
W. H. Parker. 
Francis D. Lee. 
W. P. Russell. 
H. H. De Leon. 
Philip Austin. 
Hugh Miller. 
Robert S. Bruns. 
Ben. F. Pegues. 
Jas. 0. Hagood. 
John R. Allen. 
Irby Dunklin. 
W. T. Miller. 
Jas. A. Nash. 
Jas. T. Sitton. 
J. D. Barnett. 
G. W. Carwile. 
J. W. Owens. 
Leroy Wilson. 
V. D. V. Jamison. 
J. B. Kershaw. 
John Boyd, M.D. 
T. S. Arthur. 
R. S. Chick. 
A. L. McCormac. 
W. R. Jones. 
E. D. La Rocke. 

. J. J. McBath. 

E. T. Edgerton. 
. John A. Kay. 

R. E. Fraser. 

Wm. H. Anderson. 

J. J. Herndon. 
Elias Bearden. 



1st Friday. Samuel W. Maurice. 

Thursday after f. m. J. W. Calhoun. 

T. R. Bass. 

Sat. bef. 2d Sunday. Wm. Power. 
3d Saturday. T. J. Teague. 

Thursday of f. m. J. D. Wylie. 

2d Saturday. F. W. Fraser. 



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No. 



Location. 



Tims op Meetino. 



Master. 



56 Catawba, 
•57 Mt. Willing, 

58 Mt. Moriah, 

59 Butler, 

60 Clinton, 

61 Harmony, 

62 Charity, 

63 Blaokville, 

64 Claremont, 

65 Horry, 

66 Walhalla, 

67 Harmony, 

68 Hiram, 

69 Oman, 

70 Spartan, 

71 Egeria, 

72 St. David's, 

73 StrictObservance, Charleston. 

74 Washington, Indian Hill. 

75 Union, 

76 Landmark, 

77 Mackey, 

78 Philanthropic, 

79 Keowee, 



Fort Mills. 
Mt. Willing. 
White Plains. 
Coleman's t*! Roads. 
Marion C. H. 
George's Station. 
White Cane. 
Blaokville. 
Sumterville. 
Conwayboro'. 
Charleston. 
Hamburg. 
Anderson's C. H. 
Cedar Falls. 
Spartanburg C. H. 
Jedburg. 
Darlington C. H. 



80 Bascom, 

81 Calhoun, 

82 Caldwell, 

83 Little Pedee, 



Unionville. 
Charleston. 
Harlee9ville. 
Yorkville. 
Pickens C. H. 
Cokesbury. 
Glenn Springs. 
Longmire's Store. 
Allen's Bridge. 



84 True Brotherhood Columbia. 



85 Flint Hill, 

86 Roslin, 

87 Amity, 

88 Marlboro', 

89 Bascomville, 

90 Caldwell, 

91 Greenwood, 

92 Blue Ridge, 

93 St. Andrew's, 

94 Acacia, 

95 Etiwan, 

96 Franklin, 

97 Coleman, 

98 American, 

99 Star, 

100 Monticello, 

101 Marietta, 



Flint Hill. 

Lowndesville. 

Newbury C. H. 

Bennettsville. 

Bascomville. 

Calhoun's Mills. 

Greenwood. 

Walhalla. 

St. Jago, Cuba. 

Columbia. 

Mt. Pleasant. 

Charleston. 

Feasterville. 

Gillesonville. 

Graniteville. 

Monticello. 

Ebenezer. 



2d Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
1st Friday. 
Thursday of f. m. 
1st Monday. 
4th Tuesday. 
1st Friday. 
1st Monday. 
1st Friday. 
1st Monday. 
3d Saturday. 

1st Friday. 
2d Saturday. 
Friday before f. m. 
1st Wednesday. 

3d Monday. 
1st Monday. 
4th Friday. 
Friday after f. m. 
Saturday after f. m. 
3d Saturday. 

1st Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Monday. 
Friday of f. m. 
1st Friday. 
3d Friday. 
3d Monday. 



2d Saturday. 



. Thos. C. Chapman. 

John May. 
L. Dantzler. 

C. J. Mason. 
T. F. Gillespie. 
J. H. Jungbluth. 

J. B. Clark. 
Jas. McCullough. 
J. M. Elford. 
J. R. Thornley. 

Silvester H. King. 
J. L. Sibert. 
B. T. Arthur. 
Jas. Conner. 

J. Ed. Jefferys. 
R. A. Thompson. 
J. K. Vance. 
Wm. Webster. 
B. Henry Howard. 
Stephen Smith. 

A. F. Lumpkin. 
John C. Speer. 
Jas. M. Bartu. 
John J. Herndon. 
W. T. D. Cousar. 
M. O. Talman. 
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GRAND CHAPTER. 

Organized Mat 29, 5812. 

This Grand Chapter is subordinate to the General Grand Chapter. The 
Grand High Priest of this Grand Chapter, M. E. Comp. Albert G. Mackey, is 
the present M. E. G. G. H. P. of the General Grand Chapter. The Grand 
Chapter of South Carolina holds its Annual Convocations in the City of 
Charleston, on the second Tuesday in February. It has 19 subordinate Chap- 
ters under its jurisdiction, having a, total membership, February, 5860, of 534. 
Exalted during the year, 134 ; Died, 7 ; Dimitted, 4 ; Suspended, 1 ; Amount of 
dues, fees, etc., $863 96. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 

1 Carolina, 

2 Flint Hill, 

3 Union, 

5 Columbia, 

6 Rising Sun, 

7 Burning Bush, 

8 Bezaleel, 

9 Orient, 

11 Zerubbabel, 

12 Germania, 

13 Eureka, 
15 Mackey, 

17 Hesperian, 

18 Signet, 

19 Keystone, 

20 Delta, 

21 Living Arch, 

22 Cyrus, 

23 Excelsior, 



Location. 
Charleston. 
Flint Hill. 
Charleston. 
Columbia. 
Laurensville. 
Anderson C. H. 
Edgefield C. H. 
Cokesbury. 
Charleston. 
Charleston. 
Orangeburg C. H. 
Torkville. 
Abbeville C. H. 
Newberry C. H. 
Lancaster C. H. 
Buford's Bridge. 
Pendleton. 
Greenville. 
Cheraw. 



Time op Meeting. 
Second Tuesday. 

Third Tuesday. 
Second Wednesday. 
Saturday after full moon. 
Second Monday. 
First Monday. 
Third Friday. 
Third Friday. 
Fourth Thursday. 
First Saturday. 
First Monday. 
Last Friday. 
Second Monday. 
First Tuesday. 
Third Wednesday. 
Evening before full moon. 
Third Monday. 
Thursday of or b. f. m. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

A Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters, for the State of South Caro- 
lina, was organized February 16th, 5860. The following Councils were repre- 
sented : No. 1 at Charleston, No. 2 at Laurens, No. 3 at Cokesbury, No. 4 at 
Anderson, No. 5 at York, No. 6 at Lancaster, No. 7 at Flint Hill, No. 8 at 
Columbia, and No. 9 at Cheraw. 



COMMANDERT. 

There is but one Commandery in South Carolina, which is located at Charles- 
ton. It was chartered September 23d, 1823. At the Triennial meeting of the 
Grand Encampment of the United States, in 1859, it returned 23 members. 



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SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

CHABLESTOST. 

Aimar, Michael Louis, Captain Marine School-ship Lodebar. Solomon's, 1. 

Armstrong, Archibald. P. M., Strict Observance, 73. 

Barkley, Charles, Captain. Lodge ; Carolina chap., 1. 

Bird, Wm. M., Salesman, Holms & Co. Secretary, Solomon's, 1. 

Burk, Wm. J., Pilot of Charleston Bar, residence, 7 Church St. Solomon's, 
1 ; CM. 3d Veil, Union chap., 3 ; Captain of G. and Select M., Adoniram 
coun., 7. 

Corby, J. W., Shipsmith. W. M., Solomon's, 1. 

Davenport, E. L., Branch Pilot, "Weim Court. Solomon's, 1. 

Davis, George W., Branch Pilot for Charleston Bar and Harbor, 5 Tradd St. 
Solomon's, 1. 

Dexter, S. Fr., Captain, 34 Church St. Solomon's, 1 ; Capt., Carolina chap., 1 ; 
R. A.M. 

Dunning, David, Captain, 59 East Bay. Solomon's, 1. 

Edwart, Ed., Captain Ship Chase. Friendship, 9. 

Jones, Thomas, Branch Pilot, 63 East Bay. Solomon's, 1; Union chap., 3. 

Kroeg, Andrew, Captain, 6 Cannon St. Solomon's, 1 ; Carolina chap., 1. 

Mackey, Albert G. 33.-. G. G. H. P. of the U. S. ; G. H. P. of Grand Chap, 
of South Carolina ; Thrice 111. G. M. of Grand Coun. of R. and S. M. of South 
Carolina ; G. Secretary of Gen. H. E. in Southern Jurisdiction of U. S. Ancient 
and Accepted Rite ; P. G. G. Warden, Grand Encpt., U. S., and G. Secretary 
of South Carolina Grand Lodge. 

Melchers, P., Proprietor and Publisher of Deutsche Zeitung. P. M., Wal- 
halla, 66 ; P. H. P., Germania chap., 12 ; South Carolina com., .1. 

Miller, Zadock, Ship Chandler, 125 East Bay. Pythagorean, 21. 

Nolan, Captain Andrew. St Andrew's, 10 ; Carolina chap., 1. 

Nonel, Andrew, 13 Market St. St. Andrew, 10 ; Carolina chap., 1 ; Adoniram 
coun., 1 ; Royal and Select Master. 

Pinkursohn, Pinkus, Clothing Store, East Bay. La Candeur, 36. 

Ramesden, John, Captain, cor. Church and Longetud Lane. Solomon's, 1. 

Robert, Fr., Captain, cor. Church and Atlantek St. Pythagorean, 21 ; Masonic 
Benevolent Society. 

Symons, John, Rigger and Stevedore, 6 Gingnard St. Pythagorean, 21; R. A. 
Capt., Union chap., 3. 

Thayer, Ebenezer. P. M., Solomon's, 1 ; P. H. P., Union chap., 3. 

Walker, Henry. Solomon's, 1. 

Wood, George P. P. M., Pythagorean, 21 ; Carolina chap., 1 ; Carolina 
com., 1. 

COLUMBIA. 

Hewetson, Ralph E. B., Civil Engineer. Secretary, Richland, 39 ; Columbia 
chap., 5 ; Union coun., 5. 

Kay, John A., Architect and Civil Engineer, Assistant Architect of New 
State Capitol, Columbia. P. M., Richland. 39. 

Renno, John A., Book-keeper. Secretary, Richland, 39; G. J. W., Enoch 



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degree, A. - . A. - . B.\; 32.\ 

COLUMBUS. 

Lilienthal, Moses, Merchant. RichlaDd, 39 ; Royal Arch Mason. 

DUB WEST CORNER. 
Hawthorn, D. W., Merchant. P. M., Independent, 23. 
Sitton, I. S., Coach-maker. Independent, 23. 

FAIRFIELD DISTRICT. 
McCully, John, Sen., Farmer. Flint Hill, 85 ; Flint Hill chap., 2. 



THE BOOK OF THE LAW. 



There are no people in the world who have a higher regard, or veneration 
we may say, for the Holy Bible than Freemasons. It is by us termed the " first 
great light," and rightly so, because it contains those precepts and moral lessons 
which teach us our duties toward God, our neighbors, and ourselves. It em- 
braces in its teachings the entire code of morality, and as Masonry is a moral 
institution, it adopts its teachings as its own. No man who does not live a 
moral life, or whose principles and practices are not in conformity with the laws 
of morality, caD, with propriety, be admitted into our Order. A candidate for 
the honors of Freemasonry must, or should be, a moral man. This is a qualifi- 
cation which Freemasonry requires ; not a simple belief in the moral code, but 
the actual evidence in the blameless and virtuous life of those who aspire to its 
mysteries. There are those, as daily experience teaches us. who make loud 
boastings of their belief in the Sacred Volume, whose lips utter blasphemy, 
who defraud the widow and the fatherless, who are inebriates, who violate the 
sanctity of the family hearth, who commit every crime against God and Man. 
Would to God that our time-honored Order had always been free from the 
polluting contamination of the evil-doers. It is not an avowed belief in the 
Great I Am, the kind and good Father, whose mercies extend over all his 
works, and who holds in his hands the destinies of all men, that restrains the 
wicked in his wickedness, as Freemasonry has sad cause to know ; and if the 
thought of that Superintending Power, before whom we tremble as we write, and 
the stoutest quail, is not sufficient to cause those who profess to believe in His 
holy name to do right, can it be supposed that subscribing to a belief in His 
holy Law will be more potent and effective in causing the weak and the bad to 
fear and love him ? Freemasonry requires a belief in the existence of a Supreme 
Being, for the reason that he who assumes its obligations has at least the fear 
of God to prevent him from violating his sacred pledges. This belief all must 
avow who partake of our mysteries. So far an avowel of belief is necessary, 
and no farther. As to the morality of the Order, or the moral precepts con- 
tained in the Sacred Volume, as these are the highest standard of moral duty 
and obligation, Freemasonry' demands that those who would be united with us 
in the bonds of brotherhood must be good men, moral men, who have lived in 
conformity to the precepts and teachings of the Book of the Law. 



TENNESSEE. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Tennessee was organized October 14th, 5813. Its 
Grand Annual Communication is held in the City of Nashville, commencing on 
the first Monday in October. The Grand Lodge consists of the Grand Officers, 
Past Grand Masters, Past Deputy Grand Masters, Past Grand Wardens, Past 
Masters, and the Masters and Wardens of Lodges. The revenue of the Grand 
Lodge is derived from the following sources : — • 

For a Dispensation for a new Lodge . . . $5 00 

For a Charter 20 00 

For each Degree conferred 1 00 

For each Member 25 

There are 218 subordinate Lodges in this jurisdiction. Degrees conferred for 
the year ending September 1st, 5860 : Entered Apprentices, 1195 ; Fellow Crafts, 
1085 ; Masters, 1043 ; Number of Master Masons, September 1st, 5860, of Lodges 
making returns, 9666 ; Estimate of Lodges which made no returns, 500 ; Total 
number of members reported, 11,102. Amount of dues paid to the Grand 
Lodge, October 1st, 5860, $4902 35. 
Officers of the Grand Lodge of Tennessee, elected October 2d, 5860 : — 

James McOallum, M. W. Grand Master. 

John F. Slovee, B. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

John H. Devebeux, E. W. Senior Grand Warden. 

Timothy B. McDowell, E. W. Junior Grand Warden. 

Williamson H. Horn, E. W. Grand Treasurer. 

Charles A. Fuller, E. W. Grand Secretary. 

Rev. Samuel D. Baldwin, E. W. Grand Orator. 

Rev. Wiley M. Eeed, E. W. Grand Chaplain. 

William H. Fitch, Senior Grand Deacon. 

L. H. Eooan, Junior Grand Deacon. 

John T. Edgar, Jr., Grand Sword Bearer. 

George W. Parrott, Grand Marshal. 

Lewis A. Garrett, Grand Pursuivant. 

John McClelland, Grand Steward. 

Michael E. DeGrove, Grand Tyler. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No. Lodge. Location. 

5 Overton, Rogersville. 

7 Hiram, Franklin. 

8 Cumberland, Nashville. 



Time op Meeting. 
1st Monday. 
4th Monday. 
3d Saturday. 



Master. 
John Hasson. 
Stephen West. 
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No. Lome. 


Location. 


Time op Meeting. 


Master. 


9 Western Star, 


Springfield. 


3d Monday. 


B. H. Anderson. 


13 Whitesides, 


Blountville. 


1st Monday. 


Joseph E. Dulaney. 


14 Carthage Benevolent, Carthage. 


1st Monday. 


L. H. Cardwell. 


18 Mount Moriah 


, Murfreesboro'. 


1st Monday. 


Horace P. Keeble. 


24 Elkton, 


Elkton. 


1st Friday. 


Samuel H. Stout. 


31 Columbia, 


Columbia. 


Thurs. on or b. f. m 


. James M. Harwell. 


38 Union, 


Kingston. 


Sat. b. 1st Mon. 


N. A. Patterson. 


44 KisiDg Star, 


Ru Hedge. 


4th Thursday. 


Benjamin Peck. 


45 Jackson, 


Jackson. 


4th Friday. 


John Chester. 


47 Rhea, 


Jonesboro'. 


Every Monday. 


A. G. Mason. 


50 Meridian Sun, 


Athens. 


1st & 3d Saturdays, 


William G. Horton. 


53 Olive Branch, 


Jasper. 






54 Clinton, 


Bolivar. 


1st Monday. 


T. B. McDowell. 


57 Mount Pleasant, Mount Pleasant. 


Fri. on or b. f. m. 


William Doss. 


58 Brownsville, 


Brownsville. 


2d Friday. 


Benj. F. Coleman. 


59 Mount Libanus, Knoxville. 


2d Monday. 


Lilburn H. Rogan. 


64 Constantine, 


Lexington. 


1st Monday. 


William H. Warren. 


67 Blair, 


Kingsport. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 




68 Jackson, 


Fayetteville. 


1st Monday. 


H. C. Wright. 


73 Somerville, 


Somerville. 


2d Friday. 




77 Liberty, 


Smithville. 


Sat. after 1st Fri. 


Theodore Staley. 


80 Tellico, 


Madisonville. 


1st Monday. 


S. M. Richards. 


81 Lagrange, 


Lagrange. 


2d Monday. 


Thomas B. Firth. 


86 Trenton, 


Trenton. 


1st Monday. 


S. W. Caldwell. 


88 Western Sun, 


Troy. 


1st Monday. 


Solomon W. Cochran. 


89 Clarksville, 


Clarksville. 


1st Monday. 


John C. Read. 


90 Dresden, 


Dresden. 


1st Monday. 


A. D. Cutler. 


93 Hess, 


Dyersburg. 


Fri. on or b. f. m. 


W. J. Mahan. 


94 King Solomon, 


Gallatin. 


1st & 3d Tuesdays. 


James W. Guthrie. 


95 Germantown, 


Germantown. 


Last Thursday. 


John Grey. 


96 Caledonia, 


Caledonia. 


1st Wednesday. 


Thomas Smith. 


97 Charlotte, 


Charlotte. 


1st Saturday. 


Jerome B. Cording. 


98 Lebanon, 


Lebanon. 


1st & 3d Mondays. 


W. H. Orr. 


99 Sparta, 


Sparta. 


1st Monday. 


Mont. C. Dibrell. 


100 Ripley, 


Durhamville. 


4th Friday. 


J. W. Walker. 


101 Pulaski, 


Pulaski. 


1st Monday. 


F. C. Barber. 


102 Savannah, 


Savannah. 


1st Monday. 


J. McDougal. 


104 Union, 


Mason's Depot. 


4th Saturday. 


I. R. Sherrod. 


105 St. James, 


Williamsport. 


Tues. on or b. f. m. 


Jesse S. McClain. 


106 Huntingdon, 


Huntingdon. 


1st Monday. 


B. J. Brevard. 


107 Lawrenceburg, 


Lawrenceburg. 


Fri. on or b. f. m. 


C. B. Davis. 


108 Paris, 


Paris. 


1st Monday. 


C. D. Venable. 


109 Marshall, 


Barn Hill. 


3d Saturday. 


J. J. Blake. 


111 Benton, 


Santa Fe. 


Thurs. on or b. f. m. 


John T. Sparkman. 


112 Dillahunty, 


Lewisburg. 


1st Monday. 


R. H. Powell. 


113 Union, 


Hartsville. 


1st Tuesday. 


Thomas Stalker. 


114 Harrison, 


Harrison. 


1st Monday. 


R. G. Jones. 


115 Torkville, 


Yorkville. 


1st Saturday. 


William H. Hinson. 


116 Tannehill, 


Clarksville. 


3d Monday. 


W. J. McCorinac. 



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No. 



Location. 



Time op Meeting. 



117 McLemoresville, MoLemoreaville. 

118 South Memphis, Memphis. 

119 Greenville, Greenville. 

120 Macon, Macon. 

121 Boydsville, Boydsville. 

122 Shel'ile Benev't, Shelby ville. 

123 Petersburg, Petersburg. 

124 Spring Hill, Spring Hill. 

125 Warren, McMinnville. 

126 Cornersville, Cornersville. 

127 Waynesboro', Waynesboro'. 

128 New Providence,Mary ville. 

129 Mars Hill, Middleton. 

130 Sandy Hill, 

131 Phoenix, 



Manleysville. 

Nashville. 

Purdy. 

Gainesboro'. 

Cleveland. 

Triune. 

Oakland. 

Port Eoyal. 

Pleasant Grove. 



132 Purdy, 

133 Tannehill, 

134 Cleveland, 

135 Triune, 

136 Oakland, 

137 Hampton, 

138 Pleasant Grove. 

139 Vale of Tempe, Pikeville. 

140 Union, Mifflin. 
,141 Martin, Rome. 

144 Morning Sun, Morning Sun. 

145 Conyersville, Conyersville. 

146 Holly Springs, Macedonia. 

147 AndrewJackson Beulah. 

148 Whiteville, Whiteville. 

149 Lafayette, Lafayette. 

150 Dunham, Covington. 

151 Hatchie, Middleburg. 

152 Colliersville, Colliersville. 

153 Cotton Grove, Cotton Grove. 

154 Denmark, Denmark. 

157 Acacia, New Providence. 

158 Cumberland, Winchester. 

159 Washington, Poland Springs. 

160 Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill. 

161 Boon's Hill, Boon's Hill. 
163 Mason's Grove, Mason's Grove. 



164 Quincey, 

165 Danceyville, 

166 Medon, 

167 Bigby ville, 

168 Angerona, 

169 Dukedom, 

170 Berlin, 



Quincey. 

Danceyville. 

Medon. 

Bigbyville. 

Memphis. 

Dukedom. 

Saulsbury. 



Friday b. f. m. 
2d Friday. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
3d Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Monday. 
Monday b. f. m. 
Tues. on or b. f. m. 
Wed. after 1st Mon. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
Thursday b. f m. 
2d Monday. 
Friday b. f. m. 
2d Wednesday. 
4th Saturday. 
3d Monday. 
3d Friday. 
1st & 3d Monday. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Wednesday. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 

3d Friday. 
1st Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
3d Wednesday. 
3d Monday. 
1st Thursday. 
1st Thursday. 
3d Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Wednesday. 
1st Friday. 
1st Wednesday. 
2d Saturday. 
3d Monday. 
3d Saturday. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Friday after f. m. 
1st Saturday. 
3d Thursday. 
2d Thursday. 
3d Friday. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
1st Monday. 
Jst Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
26 



John Simoos. 
James P. Bourne. 
William Boyce. 
J. S. Baird. 
Levi Killebrew. 
John T. Edgar. 
W. R. Smith. 
James N. McDonald. 

D. M. Donnell. 
S. K. Orr. 
John Stamps. 

W. A. Marshall. 
Noah Rushing. 
Morton B. Howell. 
B. R. Harris. 
L. J. Lowe. 
David Kinoannon. 
James M. Peeble. 
James A. Thompson. 
R. H. Izor. 
Andrew J. Campbell. 

O F. Hendrick. 
James B. Hale. 
M. L. Williams. 
John Sanders. 
N. R. Yarbrough. 
B. S. Connelly. 
William M. Norment. 
U. J. Young. 
J. J. Malone. 
W. B. Morrow. 

Elisha Oneal. 
Thomas D. Tarver. 
W. T. Hargrave. 
John Burrough. 
W. B. Johnson. 

E. T. Williams. 

A. S. Templeton. 
W. W. Boykin. 

B. G. H. B. Avery. 
G. W. Parrott. 

W. D. Winchester. 
S. J. Crawford. 
William H. Fitch, Jr. 
J. R. Eskridge. 
Samuel Lambert. 



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Location. 



Time op Meetiwg. 



Master. 



172 Owen Hill, 

173 Clifton, 

174 Lavinia, 

175 Alexandria, 

176 Limestone, 

177 Mt. Pelia, 

178 Como, 

179 Camden, 

180 Evening Star, 

181 Washington, 

182 Nolensville, 

183 Polk, 

184 Harmony, 

185 Lynnville, 

186 Morning Star, 

188 Hiwassee, 

189 McCullough, 

190 Brazelton, 

191 Shady Grove, 

192 Merriwether, 

193 Spring Creek, 

194 Bethel, 

195 Roche, 

197 Mountain Star, 

198 Moscow, 

199 Chattanooga, 

200 Pearl, 

201 Bethesda, 

202 Shiloh, 

203 Milton, 

204 Tennessee, 

206 Eaton, 

207 Lineport, 

208 Pleasant Grove, 

209 Baker, 

210 Linden, 

211 Woodlawn, 

212 Ocoee, 

213 Meigs, 

214 Harmony, 

215 Sulphur Well, 

216 Green Mount, 

217 Vernon, 

218 Decaturville, 

220 Hamburg, 

221 Smyrna, 

222 Montezuma, 

223 St. James, 

224 Lanefield, 



Jordan's Store. 

Clifton. 

South Carroll. 

Alexandria. 

Georgetown. 

Mt, Pelia. 

Como. 

Camden. 

Tazewell. 

Louisville. 

Nolensville. 

Centreville. 

Silver Top. 

Lynnville. 

Sulphur Well. 
Calhoun. 

Palmyra. 

Dandridge. 

Shady Grove. 

Hampshire. 

Spring Creek. 

Prospect. 

Columbia. 

Sevierville. 

Moscow. 

Chattanooga. 

Mason's Hall. 

Bethesda. 

Shiloh. 

Milton. 

Loudon. 

Eaton. 

Lineport. 

Magnolia. 

Macedonia. 

Linden. 

Greenbottom. 

Benton. 

Decatur. 

Manchester. 

Ell Grove. 

Houston. 

Vernon. 

Decaturville. 

Hamburg. 

Smyrna. 

Montezuma. 

Henryville. 

Lanefield. 



Mon. on or b. f. m. 

Thursday af. f. m. 

Fri. on or b. f. m. 

3d Friday. 

1st Friday. 

Friday after f. m. 

2d Saturday. 

1st Monday. 

1st Friday. 

3d Friday. 

Mon. on or b. f. m. 

Tues. on or b. f. m. 

Saturday b. f. m. 

Tues. on or af. f. m 

3d Saturday. 

2d & 4th Saturdays. 

Saturday af. f. m. 

2d Monday. 

Wed. on or af. f. m. 

Thurs. on or b. f. m. 

4th Friday. 

Friday on or af. f. m. 

3d Wednesday. 

1st Monday. 

Mon. af. 3d Sunday. 

1st & 3d-Mondays. 

2d Saturday. 

Friday bef. f. m. 

Sal. bef. 2d Sunday. 

3d Tuesday. 

2d & 4th Fridays. 

Wed. on or b. f. m. 

3d Saturday. 

2d Saturday. 

2d Wednesday. 

1st Monday. 

1st Saturday. 

1st Monday. 

1st Monday. 

1st Monday. 

4th Saturday. 

Tues. on or af. f. m. 

Last Saturday. 

1st Monday. 

Fri. on or af. f. m. 

Thur. on or b. f. m. 

Wed. on or b. f. m. 

Wed. on or b. f. m. 

Friday bef. f. m. 



William Burns. 

Allen Jones. 

S. H. Holmes. 

James V. Doss. 

J. N. Witt. 

J. R. Gardner. 

Thomas J. Atkins. 

William P. Morris. 

W. R. Evans. 

H. T. Cox. 

Moor J. Irwin. 

James D. Easley. 

James C. Harris. 

. W. F. Abernathy. 

T. N. Hughes. 
B. F. Martin. 
John Dilling. 
George A. Fain. 
James P. Roach. 
W. M. Collier. 
James W. Lewis. 
Benjamin B. Bass. 
John H. Devereux. 
J. M. Hammer. 
E. Kennon. 
John C. Warner. 
J. F. Crain. 
William Y. Bennett. 

A. W. Canon. 
W. W. McKnight. 
J. J. Harrison. 
J. H. Sinclair. 
L. D. Hargis. 
T. B. Summers. 
W. M. Carson. 
R. M. Thomas. 
R. B. Shore. 

B. F. Greenlee. 
Jacob F. Zeigler. 
S. N. Berger. 
Gilbert R. Thompson. 
L. B. Gant. 
William Wilson. 
John R. Cormac. 
J. W. Moore. 
Robert Cook. 
Hiram Johnson. 
L. Peningtou. 
D. Whitaker. 



TENNESSEE. 



397 



No. 



Location. 



Time of Meeting. 



225 Fredonia, 

226 Tipton, 

227 Cherry Mount, 

228 Valley Forge, 

229 Friendship, 

230 Cuba, 

231 Morristown, 

232 Gravel Hill, 

233 Salem, 

234 Newport. 

235 Woodbury, 

236 Washington, 

237 Laguardo, 

238 Dashiell, 

239 Hermon, 

240 Beech, 

241 Ducktown, 

242 Thyatira, 

243 Taylorsville, 

244 Masters, 

245 Woodville, 

246 New Market, 

247 John Hart, 

248 Vesper, 

249 New Middleton 

250 Centre Point, 

251 Friendship, 

252 Bone, 

253 Chota, 

254 Edgefield, 

255 Sycamore, 

256 Bradshaw, 

259 Livingston, 

260 Clarksburg, 

261 Mountain, 

262 Tullahoma, 

263 Ellen, 

264 Adams, 

265 Farmville, 

266 Cookvffle, 

267 Saltillo, 

268 Reliance, 

269 Fuller, 

270 Phoenix, 

271 Tannehill, 

272 Burton, 

273 Caldwell, 

274 Johnson, 

275 New Castle, 



Fredonia. 

Mt. Zion. 

Mulloys. 

Oakwood. 

Jack's Creek. 

Cuba. 

Morristown. 

Gravel Hill. 

Salem. 

Newport. 

Woodbury. 

Washington. 

Laguardo. 

Elizabeth ton. 

Beech Grove. 

Beech. 

Copper Hill. 

Bradyville. 

Taylorsville. 

Knoxville. 

Woodville. 

New Market. 

Peacher's Mill. 

Big Spring. 

New Middleton. 

Centre Point. 

Friendship. 

Pond Hill. 

Concord. 

Nashville. 

Sycamore Mills. 

Simpson's Store. 

Livingston. 

Clarksburg. 

Spencer. 

Tullahoma. 

Double Bridges. 

Jenkins' Depot. 

Farmville. 

Cookville. 

Saltillo. 

Bellbuckle. 

Ripley. 

Dover. 

Goodlettsville. 

White Hill. 

Big Bottom. 

Fall Branch. 

New Castle. 



1st Saturday. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
1st Monday. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
1st Thursday. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Thursday. 
1st Saturday. 
1st Saturday. 
Monday b. f. m. 
1st Monday. 
1st Monday. 
2d & 4th Monday. 
1st Monday. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
Fri. on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
Fri. b. 4th Sunday. 
2d Monday. 
3d Monday. 
Friday on or b. f. m. 
1st & 3d Mondays. 
4th Wednesday. 
3d Saturday. 
3d Saturday. 
2d Saturday. 
Tues. on or af. f. m. 
2d Monday. 
1st Wednesday. 
2d Thursday. 
2d Saturday. 
Thur. on or af. f. m. 
Thur. af. 3d Monday. 
Friday on or af. f. m. 
1st Monday. 
1st & 3d Tuesdays. 
Mon. on or b. f. m. 
2d Thursday. 
4th Thursday. 
3d Saturday. 
1st Thursday. 
Wed. on or b. f. m. 
1st Monday. 
1st Saturday. 
2d & 4th Mondays. 
1st & 3d Saturdays. 
Sat. on or b. f. m. 
Thur. on or b. f. m. 
Wednesday b. f. m. 



John D. Tucker. 
M. Drummonds. 
S. B. Biggsbee. 
Thos. M. Reynolds. 
Stephen Massengill. 
T. W. Hines. 
L. F.. Leefer. 
John M. Hamm. 
H. G. Blanton. 
William L. De Witt. 
M. W. McKnight. 
William P. Darwin. 
J. J. Wood. 

J. J. Patton. 
Robert Taylor. 
John Goodman. 
A. B. Witherspoon. 

John W. Paxton. 
Jacob Gingery. 
M. P. Massengill. 
Harrold P. Carney. 
E. C. Talley. 
J. A. Wright. 
W. C. Larue. 
A. T. Fielder. 
Michael Flowers. 
J. M. Rodgers. 
Theo. B. Hamlin. 
Moses W. Winters. 
R. J. Williams. 
Q. D. Elder. 
Henry McCall. 
W. B. Parker. 
A. M. Holt. 
Paschal Williams. 
James M. Kirk. 
S. W. Mitchell. 
T. W. Pendergrass. 
William Hawk. 
M. H. Webb. 
J. N. Wardlaw. 
William Cook. 
W. H. Joyner. 
Jackson V. Jones. 
M. Trotter. 
Jacob Hamilton. 
P. A. Walker. 



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No. 



Lodge. 



Location. Time of Meeting. Master. 

Maynardsville. Tues. af. 2d Monday. J. M. Harbison. 

Sneedville. Wed. af. 4th Monday. Loring K. Tyler. 

Fremont. 1st Saturday. John Baxter. 

West Point. Wed. on or b. f. m. Joseph D. Fuller. 

Sale Creek. 2d & 4th Saturdays. J. N. Aikens. 

Jamestown. 1st Monday. W. S. Bledsoe. 

Black Jack. Sat. b. 2d Sunday. John S. Hart. 

Waverly. William M. Cooley. 

Pelham. Henry S. Sheid. 

Newbern. Massalon Whitten. 

Newburg. William H. Flanigan. 

Farmington. W. M. Bobinson. 

Marlborough. B. H. Nesbitt. 

Memphis. Charles Scott. 

Mouth of Sandy A. W. Kussell. 

Pleasant Green. A. Barksdale. 

SweetWater. S. B. Haines. 

Nashville. Henry L. Claiborne. 



276 Turley, 

277 Sneedville, 

278 Tyre, 

279 West Point, 

280 Sale Creek, 

281 Jamestown, 

282 C. Fountain, 

283 Union Chapel, 

284 Felix Grundy, 

285 Newbern, 

286 Newburg, 

287 Farmington, 

288 Marlborough, 

289 Leila Scott, 

290 Pleasant Ridge, 

291 Pleasant Green, 

292 Sweet Water, 

293 Claiborne, 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

Organized between 5819 and 5826. 

The Grand Chapter holds its Annual Convocations in the City of Nashville, 
commencing the second Monday in October. It has 44 Chapters under its 
jurisdiction, 2 of which have forfeited their charters. A Dispensation for a new 
Chapter was issued October, 5860. This Grand Chapter is subordinate to the 
General Grand Chapter. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



No. Name. 

1 Cumberland. 

2 Franklin. 

3 Clarksville. 

4 Lafayette. 
9 Clinton. 

11 Lafayette. 

14 Paris. 

15 Caledonia. 

16 Yorkville. 

17 Dresden. 

18 Union. 

19 Goodwill. 

20 Pulaski. 

21 Washington. 

22 Penn. 



No. Name. 

23 Pythagoras. 

24 Pearl. 

25 Lebanon. 

26 Warren. 

27 Eureka. 

28 Haywood. 
30* Triune. 

31 Trenton. 

32 Quincy. 

33 Obion. 

34 Bolivar. 

35 Wesley. 

36 MorniDg Sun. 

37 Lexington. 

38 Huntingdon. 



No. Name. 

39 Cleveland. 

40 Tannehill. 
41* Hughes. 

42 Dyersburg. 

43 Berlin. 

44 Denmark. 

45 Hiram. 

46 Lewisburg. 

47 Springfield. 

48 Gallatin. 

49 Hamilton. 

50 Alexandria. 

51 Winchester. 

52 Charles Soott. 



* Charters forfeited. 



TENNESSEE. 



399 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

Organized 5847. 

The Grand Council holds its Annual Convocations on the second Monday in 
October, in the City of Nashville. It has 24 subordinate Councils under its 
jurisdiction, 2 of which were chartered in October, 5860. Members, estimated, 
400. 

SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 



Jo. 


Name. 


No. 


Name. 


No. 


Name. 


1 


Nashville. 


9 


Pulaski. 


18 


Trojan. 


2 


Concordia. 


10 


Brownsville. 


19 


Denmark. 


3 


Franklin. 


11 


Excelsior. 


20 


Sacramento. 


4 


Clarksville. 


12 


Trenton. 


21 


Lebanon. 


5 


Liberty. 


13 


Jackson. 


22 


Murfreesboro' 


6 


Eureka. 


14 


Wesley. 


23 


Huntington. 


7 


Somerville. 


16 


Bolivar. 


28 


Yorkville. 


8 


Washington. 


17 


Caledonia. 


29 


Dresden. 



GRAND COMMANDERY. 

Formed October 12, 1859. 

The Annual Conclaves of this Grand Commandery are held in the City of 
Nashville, commencing on Wednesday after the second Monday in October. It 
has 4 subordinate Commanderies under its jurisdiction, having 165 members. 

SUBORDINATE COMMANDERIES. 



No. 


Name. 


Location. 


1 


Nashville, 


Nashville. 


2 


Yorkville, 


Yorkville. 



No. 


Name. 


Location. 


3 


De Molay, 


Columbia. 


4 


Cyrene, 


Memphis. 



SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES. 

BROWNSVILLE. 

Rutledge, Joseph Marshall, Clerk of Circuit Court. Brownsville, 58 ; Hay- 
wood chap., 28 ; Brownsville coun., 10. 

CLAKKSVILLE. 
McCulloch, Thos., Merchant. Past Grand Master of Grand Lodge ; Clarks- 
ville, 89 ; Clarksville coun., 4 ; Nashville com., 1. 

DYERSBTJRG, Dyer County. 
Sampson, P. G., Attorney at Law. Hess, 93 ; Dyersburg chap., 42 ; Trenton 
coun., 12 ; Yorkville com., 2. 



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gband junction. 

Bryant, Rev. D. E., Merchant. Montezuma, 222. 
Jenkins, I. L., Marble Dealer. La Grange, 81. 
Pledge, Win. A., Marble Dealer. La Grange, 81. 

GBAVEL HILL P. O. 
Caffey, E. W. 

JACKSON. 

Morrill, John M., Attorney. Jackson, 45 ; Clinton chap., 9 ; Jackson coun., 

13. 

LAFAYETTE. 

Wilkinson, P. A., Clerk and Surveyor. P. M., Lafayette, 149. 

LA GRANGE. 

Adams, George W., Justice. P. G. Warden Grand Lodge of Tenn. ; P. M., 
La Grange, 81 ; P. Sec, Lafayette chap., 11 ; Liberty coun., 5. 

Firth, Thomas B., Justice of the Peace. La Grange, 81; Lafayette chap., 11; 
Liberty coun., 5. 

Howard, D. J. Tr., La Grange, 81. 

Hunt, D. E., Planter. La Grange, 81 ; Lafayette chap., 11. 

McNamee, Charles, Merchant Tailor. La Grange, 81 ; Lafayette chap., 11 ; 
Liberty coun., 5. 

Pulliam, M. P., Tailor. Sec, La Grange, 81. 

MEMPHIS. 

Andrews, W. H., Grocer and Commission Merchant. Angerona, 168 ; Penn 
chap., 22 ; Eureka coun., 6 ; Cyrene com., 4. 

Baugh, E. D., Mayor. Angerona, 168. 

Cash, P. M., Cotton Broker. Angerona, 168. 

Pals, T., Merchant. Angerona, 168. 

Pennie, John G., Attorney at Law. Angerona, 168 ; Penn chap., 22 ; Eureka 
coun., 6. 

Prankland, N. E. Angerona, 168. 

Gay, William, Grocer and Commission Merchant. Angerona, 168; Penn 
chap., 22 ; Eureka coun., 6. 

Jones, George W., Druggist, 229 Main St. Angerona, 168. 

King, Henry S., Merchant. Angerona, 168 ; Penn chap., 22 ; Eureka coun., 
6 ; Cyrene com., 4. 

Kortrecht, C, Attorney at Law. Angerona, 168. 

Levy, Moses, Merchant. Keystone, 271, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lusher, H. M., Sec. and Treas. Memphis Overton Hotel. P. D. Grand 
Master of Grand Lodge of Tenn. ; Past Thrice 111. Grand Master of Grand 
Council of Tenn. ; Angerona, 168. 

Nevile, I., Trader, 174 Main St. Angerona, 168 ; G. Washington chap., 51, 
Miss. 

Pearson, S. M., Merchant. P. M., Grenada, 31, Miss. 

Penn, James, Cashier Branch Planters' Bank of Memphis. Grand Master of 



TENNESSEE. 401 

Tennessee ; G. H. P. of G. 0. of Tenn. ; and P. G. H. P. of Virginia ; Past 
Thrice 111. G. M. of Alabama; P.M., Angerona, 168; Pen a chap., 22; Eureka 
coun., 6 ; Commander of Oyrene com., 4. 33d. 

Potter, T. W., Merchant. Brownsville, 58 ; Chap., 28 ; Cyrene com., 4. 

Prayer, A., Merchant. Angerona, 168. 

Rambaugh, G. V., Book-keeper at Worsham House. Angerona, 168. 

Richardson, C. A., Civil Engineer. Angerona, 168 ; Penn chap., 22 ; Eureka 
coun., 6 ; Cyrene com., 4. 

Saunders, D. D. Angerona, 168. ' 

Scott, Charles, Lawyer. Master, Leila Scott, 289 ; P. G. M. of Miss. ; P. G. 
H. P. of Miss. ; Supreme Grand Council of the A. and A. Scottish Rite for the 
Southern jurisdiction of U. S. 33d. 

Smither, G., Cotton Broker. South Memphis, 118 ; Penn chap., 22 ; Eureka 
coun., 6 ; Cyrene com., 4. 

Thornton, G. B., Physician. Angerona, 168. 

Todd, J. L., Wholesale Grocer. Angerona, 168 ; Penn chap., 22. 

Wolfe, Tobias, Wharf Master. Memphis, 9 ; Clinton chap., 9 ; Eureka coun., 6. 

Worsham, J. J., Proprietor Worsham House. Angerona, 168 ; Scribe., Penn 
chap., 22; Eureka coun., 6; Generalissimo, Cyrene com., 4. 33d. 

MTJREREESBOB.O'. 
McKnight, John J., Coach-maker. W. M., Mount Moriah, 18 ; P. S., Pytha- 
goras chap., 23; Murfreesboro' coun., 22. 
Steward, James W., Steward House. Mount Moriah, 18. 

NASHVILLE. 
Fuller, Charles A. Grand Sec. of Grand Lodge, Grand Chap., and Grand 
Coun. ; P. G. H. P. of Grand Chap. ; P. G. Master of Grand Lodge ; Phoenix, 
131 ; Cumberland chap., 1 ; Nashville coun., 1 ; Nashville com., 1. 

NEWBEBN, Dyer County. 
Whitten, Massalon, Brick-mason. Newbern, 285 ; Yorkville chap., 16 ; 
Nashville coun., 1 ; Yorkville com., 2. 

WINCHESTER. 
Frizzell, John, Attorney at Law. Past Grand Master of Grand Lodge ; P. 
M., Cumberland, 158 ; Cumberland chap., 1 ; Nashville coun., 1 ; Nashville 
com., 1 ; Past Grand Lecturer of Grand Lodge. 

TOKKVILLE, Gibson County. 
Hinson, Wm. H., Steam Mill Engineer. Yorkville, 115 ; Yorkville chap., 
16 ; Yorkville com., 2. 

The Duke of Wellington was initiated into Freemasonry December 7, 1790, 
in Lodge 494, then held at Trim, Ireland, of which Brother William Elliott was 
W. M. His signature "A. Wesley" is still extant. The Lodge was afterward 
removed to Dublin. 

In a Lodge, Masons meet as members of one family ; all prejudices, therefore, 
on account of religion, country, or private opinion, are removed. 



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POPULARITY OF FREEMASONRY. 

The onward progress of Freemasonry within the last ten years is not only 
gratifying, but is an evidence that the intelligent portion of the human family 
appreciate the heaven-born principles of the institution, and the unselfish 
benevolence of its votaries. There are few men impressed with the divine image 
so constituted as to be unwilling to recognize deeds of mercy, love, and charity, 
performed by their fellow-men from pure motives of humanity. There is some- 
thing in the interior consciousness of all intelligent beings that recognizes and 
acknowledges the good which it sees in others, however trivial the manifestations 
may be, so that they proceed from a pure heart and a sincere desire to do good 
— to benefit their brother man. A kind word fitly spoken, a benevolent deed in 
the hour of need, will most surely actwith a magnetic charm, and their influ- 
ence be impressed deeply and indelibly upon the human heart. Within the 
breast of every man, according to the sensibility of his perceptions, there is a 
chord which attunes in harmony with the humanizing principles of Freemasonry, 
and the obligations resting upon its membership, to promote the welfare of their 
fellow-beings. Men of intelligent and benevolent impulses, wherever they have 
had the opportunity of acquiring a knowledge of the teachings of Freemasonry, 
and the quiet deeds of charity performed by its members, have never failed to 
desire to aid in disseminating its pure precepts, and to assist in its works of 
humanity ; and hence we find not only the Father of his Country, the immortal 
"Washington, but the illustrious patriots of every age and nation bowing at the 
altars of Masonry. Xo institution or association of men, from the beginning of 
the world, ever embraced so many good and true men among their membership, 
as Freemasonry, and surely it could not be from any selfish motives that the 
noble, the virtuous, the learned, and the benevolent sought admission into our 
mystic Order. What could, then, have prompted them, if not its pure princi- 
ples, its high moral teachings, and its practical charities? It does not change 
the character of Freemasonry, nor can it be chargeable to its principles that 
some bad men are admitted into the Order. Such necessarily must be the case 
with all institutions governed by imperfect man ; but in judging the institution, 
the excrescences should not be the criterion, by no means : these once attached 
to the Order, fraternal sympathy demands that every exertion shall be made to 
purge them and make them clean. The institution should alone be judged by 
the good and virtuous of its membership, as these would not continue their at- 
tachment to it if its teachings and precepts were not conformable to the strictest 
morality. That men of irreproachable character, of sterling integrity, and sound 
and pure morals, do continue their connection with the institution, labor to pro- 
mote its prosperity, bestow their time and attention in extending its principles, 
and feel a pride in their association with the Order, is the strongest evidence of 
the purity of its principles, its high moral teachings, and practical philanthropy. 
The popularity of Freemasonry is mainly owing to the excellence of its teach- 
ings and its pure morality, which accord with the internal perceptions of all 
good and true men, and hence its wide extension throughout the civilized 
world. 



TEXAS. 



GRAND LODGE. 

The Grand Lodge of Texas was organized December 20th, 5837. The 
Annual Communications of the Grand Lodge of Texas have been held alter- 
nately in eastern, middle, and western Texas. The Annual Communication in 
June, 5860, was held at Lagrange, Fayette County. Its next Annual Communi- 
cation will be held at Houston, June 10th, 5861. By a resolution adopted in 
5857, the Grand Lodge is to be permanently located at its Grand Communica- 
tion in 5861. Its Sessions commence on the second Monday in June. The 
Grand Lodge consists of the Grand Officers and District Deputy Grand Masters, 
Past Grand and Past Deputy Grand Masters, and Past Grand "Wardens, Past 
Masters, and Masters and Wardens of its constituent Lodges, and the surviving 
original members of the Grand Lodge at its organization on the 20th of Decem- 
ber, 5837. 
The revenue of the Grand Lodge is derived from the following sources : — 
For Dispensations for new Lodges .... $25 00 

For Charters, in addition 25 00 

For every Affiliation 1 00 

For every Degree 1 00 

For each Dispensation for Degrees . . . . 2 00 

Grand Lodge dues for each Member .... 50 

For Grand Lodge Diplomas 2 00 

Each Degree conferred in Grand Lodge ... 20 00 

The Grand Lodge had chartered since its organization 252 Lodges, 28 of 
which have ceased to exist; 13 of the remaining 224 Lodges made no returns at 
the Annual Communication in June, 5860. The 211 Lodges which made re- 
turns sum up as follows : Initiations, 941 ; Passings, 793 ; Eaisings, 736 ; Affilia- 
tions, 525 ; Dimitted, 443 ; Expulsions, 24 ; Suspensions, 105 ; Rejections, 439 ; 
Deaths, 135 ; Total number of Members returned, 8215 ; Dues paid, $7954. 
The Officers for the present year are : — 

John B. McMahon, M. W. Grand Master. 

Geo. W. Van Vleck, B. W. Deputy Grand Master. 

Jno. B. Fretwell, B. W. Senior Grand Warden. 

T. J. H. Anderson, B. W. Junior Grand Warden. 

Andrew Neill, B. W. Grand Treasurer. 

•A. S. Buthven, B. W. Grand Secretary. 

Rev. Henry Thomas, B. W. Grand Chaplain. 

S. G. Newton, E. W. Grand Orator. 

A. M. M. Upshaw, E. W. Grand Marshal. 

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W. H. McCutcheon, B. W. Senior Grand Deacon. 

Jno. Stevens, R. W. Junior Grand Deacon. 

Robt. Brewstek, 1 _ __ - , „, j 
T „ „ (■ E. W. Grand Stewards. 

J. M. Bookman, j 

J. L. Winston, E. W. Grand Pursuivant. 

Ohakles Haines, W. Grand Tyler. 

EARLY HISTORY OF MASONRY IN TEXAS. 

We copy the following very interesting article from the reprint of " Proceed- 
ings of Grand Lodge of Texas," published by the B. W. Grand Secretary, A. S. 

RUTHVEN. 

" As I took an active part in laying the first foundations of Freemasonry in 
this country, originated, and was personally present at, the first meeting ever held 
here, and cognizant of the earliest steps taken for the organization of a Lodge, 
I place upon record the following facts, which may be of interest, perhaps, to 
the fraternity hereafter, and would otherwise be lost, as I am now the only one 
living of the five brethren who originated Holland Lodge. 

" In the winter of 1834^5, five Master Masons, who had made themselves 
known to each other, consulted among themselves, and, after various interviews 
and much deliberation, resolved to take measures to establish a Lodge of their 
Order in Texas. . This resolution was not formed without a full appreciation of 
its consequences to the individuals concerned. Every movement in Texas was 
watched at that time with jealousy and distrust by the Mexican government, 
and already had its spies and emissaries denounced some of our best citizens as 
factionists and disaffected persons ; already were the future intended victims of 
a despotic power being selected. It was well known that Freemasonry was 
particularly odious to the Catholic priesthood, whose influence in the country at 
that time was all-powerful. The dangers, therefore, attendant upon an organi- 
zation of Masons at this time, which was ' trying men's souls,' were neither few 
nor unimportant. But zeal for a beloved institution, a belief that it would be 
beneficial at a period when society seemed especially to need some fraternal bonds 
to unite them together, predominated ; all fears of personal consequences were 
thrown aside, and the resolution to establish a Lodge, as above mentioned, was 
adopted. The five brethren were John H. Wharton, Asa Brigham, James A. 
E. Phelps, Alexander Russell, and Anson Jones, and they appointed a time and 
place of meeting to concert measures to carry their resolution into effect. In 
the mean time another Master Mason came into their plans, — Brother J. P. 
Caldwell. The place of meeting was back of the town of Brazoria, near the 
place known as General John Austin's, in a little grove of wild peach or laurel, 
and which had been selected as a family burying-ground by that distinguished 
soldier and citizen. The spot was secluded, and out of the way of ' cowans and 
eaves-droppers,' and they felt they were alone. Here, and under such circum- 
stances, at ten o'clock in the. morning of a day in March, 1835, was held the first, 
formal Masonic meeting in Texas, as connected with the establishment and con- 
tinuance of Masonry in this country. The six brethren I have mentioned were 
all present there ; and it was concluded to apply to the Grand Lodge of Louis- 
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in honor to the then M. W. G. Master of that body, J. H. Holland. The funds 
were raised by a contribution to defray the expenses, to which each contributed 
as he felt willing and able. A petition was in due time drawn up and signed by 
them, which was forwarded to New Orleans, having been previously signed by 
another Master Mason, Brother W. 1). C. Hall, and perhaps one or two more ; 
but of this I do not recollect. The officers named in the petition were — For 
W. M., Anson Jones; S. W., Asa Brigham; J. "W., J. P. Caldwell, who filled 
those offices, respectively, until the close of 1837. The Dispensation was 
granted, after some delay, to these Brethren, and Holland Lodge, No. 36, U. D., 
was instituted and opened at Brazoria, on the 27th of December, 1835. Brother 
Phelps was chosen Treasurer, and M. C. Patton, Secretary; the other officers I 
do not recollect. The Lodge held its meetings at Brazoria, in the second story 
of the old Court-house, which room was afterward occupied by St. John's 
Lodge, No. 5. About this time the difficulties with Mexico broke out into open 
hostilities, and our work was very much retarded by that circumstance, and by 
the members having to be absent in the service of the country. Still, there 
were a few others, from time to time, introduced into the Order, either by re- 
ceiving the degrees or by affiliation. The Lodge struggled on until February, 
1836, when I presided over its last meeting at Brazoria. I well recollect the 
night, and the fact that Brother Fannin, who one month after became so cele- 
brated for his misfortunes and those of his unfortunate party at Goliad, acted as 
Senior Deacon. It seemed,-indeed, that the gloom which prevailed in the Lodge 
that night was a foreshadowing of its and their unhappy fate, which was so soon 
to overtake both. 

" In March, Brazoria was abandoned. Urea soon after took possession of the 
place at the head of a detachment of the Mexican army, and the records, books, 
jewels, and everything belonging to the Lodge were utterly destroyed by them, 
and our members were scattered in every direction. Brothers Wharton, Phelps, 
and myself, joined the Texan troops on the Colorado, about the 18th of March. 
In the mean time, the Grand Lodge of Louisiana had issued a Charter for Hol- 
land Lodge, No. 36, and it was brought over to Texas by Brother John M. 
Allen. This, together with some letters from the Grand Secretary, was handed 
to me by Brother Allen, on the prairie between Groce's and San Jacinto, while 
we were on the march, and carried by me in my saddle-bags to the encampment 
of the army on Buffalo Bayou, at Lynchburg. Had we been beaten here, Santa 
Anna would have captured the Charter of Holland Lodge, at San Jacinto, as 
Urea had the Dispensation for it, at Brazoria. Such an event, however, was 
impossible. The Charter and papers were taken safely to Brazoria ; but, as the 
■ members had been lessened in numbers by death, or scattered in the army, and 
elsewhere in the service of the country, no attempt was ever made to revive the 
work of the Lodge at that place. 

" In October, 1837, however, it was reopened by myself and others, at the 
City of Houston, having then been in existence about two years. 

" In the mean time two other Lodges, with charters from the Grand Lodge of 
Louisiana, were established in Texas,— Milam, at Nacogdoches, and McFarlane, 
at San Augustine. Delegates from these, and from Holland Lodge, met in 
Convention at Houston, in the winter of 1837-8, and the Grand Lodge of the 
Republic was formed. By advice and direction of this body, the three subordi- 



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nate Lodges transferred their allegiance from Louisiana to their own Grand 
Lodge, surrendered their Charters to Louisiana, and received others from 
Texas; and Holland Lodge, No. 36, under the former, became Holland Lodge, 
No. 1, under the Grand Lodge of the Lone Star Republic. By this course, the 
causes of the many difficulties which have afflicted so many of the Grand Lodges 
of the United States were considered and obviated in the formation of the Grand 
Lodge of Texas. 

" Holland Lodge, No. 36, was the only one established in Texas prior to the 
Revolution which separated her from Mexico. 

" Such is a brief but faithful sketch of the first establishment of Freemasonry 
in Texas. It was founded, like our political institutions, amid the stern con- 
comitants of adversity and war, but its foundations were laid broad and deep ; 
and upon them has been raised a superstructure of strength and beauty, symme- 
trical in its proportions and vast in its dimensions, which I trust will rise ' usque 
ad astro,,' and continue as a beacon to guide and cheer worthy Masons on their 
journey of life, and against which the wasting storms of time shall beat in vain, 
and the restless waves of persecution dash themselves to destruction in angry 
foam ; while the presiding genius of the institution, from its lofty walls shall 
ever continue to exclaim, in emphatic tones, to be heard by all, — East, West, 
North, and South, — 

"'Procul! Oprocul! este profani !' ' Tu que invade viam.' ' Far hence, ye 
profane ! Welcome, ye initiated, to these glorious courts 1 Tread ye them 
aright I' " 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



No. Lodge. 


Location. 


Time of Meeting. 


Master. 


1 Holland, 


Houston. 


2d & 4th Mondays. 


Geo. Goldthwaite. 


3 Red Land, 


San Augustine. 


1st Wednesday. 


H. M. Kinsey. 


5 St. John's, 


Columbia. 


Night of full moon. 


D. Walcott. 


6 Harmony, 


Galveston. 


1st & 3d Mondays. 


James Sorley. 


7 Matagorda, 


Matagorda. 


1st Saturday. 


Henry Thorp. 


11 Milam, 


Independence. 


2d Saturday. 


W. A. Dallas. 


12 Austin, 


Austin. 


1st Saturday. 


J. M. Swisher. 


13 Constantino, 


Bonham. 


Last Saturday. 


W. A. Routh. 


14 Trinity, 


Livingston. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


Geo. Nelson. 


16 Friendship, 


Clarksville. 


1st Friday. 


Smith Ragsdale. 


17 Orphan's Friend 


, Anderson. 


4th Saturday. 


Franklin Brigance. 


18 Washington, 


Washington. 


Saturday b. f. m. 


James G. Heard. 


19 Forrest, 


Huntsville. 


Last Saturday. 


A. R. Bowen. 


20 Graham, 


Brcnham. 


4th Saturday. 


A. M. Lewis. 


21 Lathrop, 


Crockett. 


Last Saturday. 


Wm. M. Taylor. 


22 Marshall, 


Marshall. 


2d Friday. 


Richard Peete. 


23 Clinton, 


Henderson. 


Last Saturday. 


Thomas Smith. 


25 Montgomery, 


Montgomery. 


2d Saturday. 


Charles Jones. 


26 Olive Branch, 


Cincinnati. 


3d Saturday. 


Jno. Rodgers. 


27 Paris, 


Paris. 


Sat. of or aft. f. m. 


Jacob Long. 


29 De Witt Clinton. 


, Jasper. 


2d Saturday. 


B. F. Mott. 


30 Gonzales, 


Gonzales. 


1st Saturday. 


E. L. Beaumont. 


31 Palestine, 


Palestine. 


2d Saturday. 


A. W. Ford. 


32 Sam Houston, 


Shelbyville. 


2d Saturday. 


B. F. Powell. 



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No. 



LODOE. 



Time op Meetiko. 



Master. 



84 Lafayette, 

36 Lavaca, 

37 Mount Moriah, 

38 Jefferson, 

39 Leona Union, 

43 Douglas, 

44 Alamo, 

45 Euclid, 

46 Florida, 
48 Liberty, 

61 St. John's, 

53 St. John's, 

54 Grand Bluff,' 

55 Gillespie, 

56 Warren, 
67 Larissa, 

60 Mt. Enterprise, 

62 Woodville, 

63 Kooky Mount, 

65 Joppa, 

66 Cherino, 

67 Hubert, 

68 Caledonia, 

69 Boston, 

70 Temple, 

71 Mount Vernon, 

72 Morton, 

74 Springfield, 

75 Brazos, 

76 Cameron, 

77 Concord, 

79 Oasis, 

80 Murchison, 

81 Rio Grande, 

83 Terrill, 

84 Indianola, 

85 Pine Bluff, 

86 Tusculum, 

87 New Salem, 

88 And'w Jackson 

89 San Gabriel, 

90 Waxahachie, 

91 Tarrant, 

92 Waco, 

93 Augusta, 

94 Goliad, 

95 Sharon, 

96 Colorado, 
98 Canton, 



Lagrange. 

Port Lavaca. 

Cold Springs. 

Jefferson. 

Leona. 

Douglas. 

San Antonia. 

Rusk. 

Round Top. 

Liberty. 

McKinney. 

Tyler. 

Grand Bluff. 

Wheelock. 

Caldwell. 

Larissa. 

Mount Enterprise. 

Woodville. 

Bunker Hill. 

Elysian Fields. 

Cherino. 
Chapel Hill. 

Columbus. 

Boston. 

Mount Pleasant. 

Mount Vernon. 

Richmond. 

Springfield. 

Hempstead. 

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