Saint John's Order
In a system of Freemasonry which Doctor Oliver says (Mirror for the Johannites, pa(re 58) was "used, as it is confidently affirmed, in the fourteenth century" (but it is doubtful if it could be traced farther back than the early part of the seventeenth), this appellation occurs in the obligation:
That you will always keep, guard, and conceal, And from this time you never will reveal Either to M. M., F. C., or Apprentice Of Saint John's Order, what our grand intent is.
The same title of Joannis Ordo is given in the document of uncertain date known as the Charter of Cologne.
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