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Bourbon, Prince Louis De, Comte De Clermont

Said to have been elected December 2, 1743, the fourth Grand Master in France. At first he was energetic and in 1756 the name of the Grand Lodge was changed from that of the English Grand Lodge of France to the Grand Lodge of France.

He died in 1771, leaving Freemasonry in a much less flourishing condition as he neglected it during the latter part of his life, delegating his work to others (see Histoire de la Franc- Maonnerie Franaise, Albert Lantoine, 1925, Paris, pages 64-9, etc.).

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