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Remarks on the Fifth Lecture.
The First Section.
Of the Manner of Constituting a Lodge of Mas-
Ceremony of Constitution and Consecration
The Third Section.
Ceremony observed at laying the Foundation
Stone of Public Structures
The Fourth Section.
Ceremony observed at the Dedication of Masons'
The Fifth Section.
Geremony observed at Funerals, according to
Of the Order of Knights of the Red Cross
Address to a Candidate on Initiation
XIV. of Sonth-Carolina
CHAPTER I. Origin of Masonry, and its general Advan
tages. FROM the commencement of the world, we may trace the foundation of masonry. Ever since symmetry began, and harmony displayed her charms, our order has had a being. During many ages, and in many different countries, it has flourished. In the dark periods of antiquity, when literature was in a low state, and the rude manners of our forefathers withheld from them that know. ledge we now so amply share, masonry diffused its influence. This science unveiled, arts arose,
* Masonry and Geometry are sometimes used as synoni..