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The Charges of a Free Mason

Extracted from The Ancient Records of Lodges beyond Sea, and of those in England, Scotland, and Ireland, 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.: 1 In the Lodge while Constituted. 2 Behavior after the Lodge is over 3 Behavior when Brethren meet without Strangers, 4 Behavior in presence of Strangers not Masons. 5 Behavior at Home, and in your Neighborhood. 6 Behavior towards a strange Brother.

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