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Enoch, Rite Of

A Rite attempted to be established at Liege, in France, about the year 1773. It consisted of four Degrees, namely:

1. Manouvre, or Apprentice, whose object was friendship and benevolence. 2. Ouvrier, or Fellow Craft, whose object was fidelity to the Sovereign. 3. Matre, or master, whose object was submission to the Supreme Being. 4. Architecte, whose object was the perfection of all the virtues. The Rite never made much progress.

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