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The Masonic character and correspondence of General Washington

Charles W. Moore

The Masonic character and correspondence of General Washington

by Charles W. Moore

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Published by Moore and Sevey in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Washington, George, -- 1732-1799,
  • Freemasonry

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTo the ingenuous and candid
    Statementby the editor of the Masonic Mirror
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 101849
    ContributionsWashington, George, 1732-1799
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination18 p.
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14963669M

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    The papers of army officer and first U.S. president George Washington () held in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress constitute the largest collection of original Washington papers in the world. They consist of approximat items accumulated by Washington between and , including correspondence, diaries, and financial and military records. Remarks On Some Masonic Book Plates Vol Ii by Pope in Vindication of General Washington by Ritner in Wages of An Entered Apprentice by Harvey in War of Anti-christ With The Church by Dillon in Washington and His Masonic Compeers by S Hayden in Washingtons Masonic Correspondance by J F Sachse.


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The masonic portrait of brother general george washington. original pastel portrait from life by william williams, philadelphia, septemberpainted at the request of alexandria lodge, no.

39, a. m., warranted by the grand lodge of pennsylvania, february 3,now the alexandria-washington. Get this from a library. The Masonic character and correspondence of General Washington.

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Sooner or later, anyone who is interested in Freemason would stumble into this book, in which the founding father of America, General Washington, was praised as a most eminent, worthy and reverent brother Mason with evidence of his "masonic" correspondences or addresses with the "Lodges", made throughout the years when he was on roads to raise fund, give directions and strategies, to his /5.

A nice little book detailing some of the letters of correspondence between Washington and Masonic lodges in New England. It is a nice addition to the history of Washington that many do not know.

Also in describing some of his travels to various states and cities in the new country one can see how the citizens of the new land held Washington in 4/5(2).

I have found the book Washington's Masonic correspondence to be very informing. It is always interesting to read what Mason's long ago had to say. Amazing how little things change over time.

The book helped solve some curiosity's and created more. Good Reviews: Following is a complete list of the Washington Masonic Correspondence, thus far found among the Washington papers in the Library of Congress.

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Box Centerville, Maine January 2, Mr. Harold Jones 21 Ashlar Street Centerville, Maine The Masonic New World Order George Washington Masonic National Memorial Masons in the 18th century espoused liberal democratic principles that included religious tolerance, loyalty to local government, and the importance of charity and political compromise.

George Washington Quote On Masonry "Flattering as it may be to the human mind. Stated Communication of Portland Lodge, No.1, held in Masonic Hall in Portland, Wednesday, October 4, A. A. Officers Present [Give the name of each officer, designating those temporarily filling any chair by the word" as "between the name and the office.) Members Present Maine Masonic Text Book.

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(5) « » Washingtons Masonic Correspondence As Found Among The Washington Papers In The Library Of Congress (). Washington Praises Swedenborgian Church. The following is an address from a the Swedenborgian New Church of Baltimore to George Washington. Emanuel Swedenborg was a Swedish engineer turned prophet who communicated with angels and spirits, and published the Arcana Coelestia in London in According to The Occult Underground, "Swedenborg taught there there had already been two.

Washington's Masonic Correspondence As Found among the Washington Papers in the Library of Congress Language: English: LoC Class: E History: America: Revolution to the Civil War () Subject: Washington, George, -- Freemasonry Subject: Washington, George, -- Correspondence Subject: Freemasons Category: Text: EBook.

understandable to the Craft. Considering the Washington Masonic Code had not had a complete review in 18 years the time for the change was due. The Edition of the Washington Masonic Code to be presented to the delegates at the th Annual Communication of Grand Lodge June for their consideration and action by the.

Washington: A Life is a biography of George Washington, the first president of the United States, written by American historian and biographer Ron Chernow and published in The book is a "one-volume, cradle-to-grave narrative" that attempts to provide a fresh portrait of Washington as "real, credible, and charismatic in the same way he was perceived by his contemporaries".

2 The chief authority upon whom the leaders of the Anti-Masonic movement at that time depended in their defamation of Washington, was Jared Sparks of Boston, who at the time was engaged writing a life of Washington, and then had access to all the Washington letter-books and papers, and from his connection with the Washington correspondence, was.

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Washington's Masonic correspondence as found among the Washington papers in the Manuscript department of the Library of Congress, affords an insight of the great esteem in which Washington held the Masonic Fraternity, of which since his early days he had been an honored member.

This is. Washington's masonic correspondence as found among the Washington papers in the Library of Congress, comp. from the original records, under the direction of the Committee on library of the Grand lodge of Pennsylvania, with annotations by Washington, George, ; Sachse, Julius Friedrich,comp.See also: George Washington's Correspondence.

THE MASONIC ARCHITECTURE OF WASHINGTON, D.C. THE U.S. CAPITOL BUILDING. The Architect of the Capitol Home Page also documents that "The cornerstone [of the Capitol] was laid by President Washington in the building's southeast corner on Septemwith Masonic ceremonies." (13) And in a.Collections The Sentimental and Masonic Magazine.

InJohn Jones of Dublin, Ireland, the proprietor of The Sentimental and Masonic Magazine, sent Washington a set of five volumes and a letter requesting permission to dedicate the sixth volume to magazine is illustrated with engravings and covers a range of information, including political opinions, editorial cartoons, songs.