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" Master; and they are to signify their consent or dissent in their own prudent way, either virtually or in form, but with unanimity. Nor is this inherent privilege subject to a dispensation; because the members of a particular Lodge are the best judges... "
The true Ahiman rezon, or, A help to all that are, or would be free and ... - Pagina 102
door Laurence Dermott, Freemasons - 1805 - 276 pagina’s
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The new book of constitutions of the ... Free and accepted masons ...

Freemasons - 1746
...theCandidateispropofed,a.nd when their Confent is formally afked by the MaJier. They are to give their Confent in their own prudent Way, either virtually or in Form, but with Unanimity. $or is this inherent Privilege fubjecl: to a Difpenfation; becaufe the Members of a particular Lodge...
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The Pocket Companion and History of Free-masons: Containing Their Origine ...

Jonathan Scot (Freemason of London.) - 1754 - 328 pagina’s
...is propofed, and when their Confent is formally afked by the Mafter. They are to give their Confent in their own prudent Way, either virtually, or in...but with Unanimity. Nor is this inherent Privilege fubject to a Difpenfation, becaufe the Members of a particular Lodge are the beft Judges of it ; and...
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The constitutions of the ancient and honourable Fraternity of free ..., Volume 1

Freemasons - 1767
...ant^when their Content is formally aflced by the Mcifler. They are to give their Confeot in their dwn prudent Way, either virtually or in Form, but with Unanimity. Nor is thS inherent: Privilege, &bje< tp.-a Diljpenfation $ bepa^fe the^Members of a particular Lodge...
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The Ahiman Rezon,: Containing a View of the History and Polity of Free ...

Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, James Harper, Josiah Randall, Thomas Francis Gordon - 1825 - 274 pagina’s
...any particular lodge, or admitted to be a member thereof, without the unanimous consent of all the members of that lodge, then present when the candidate is proposed, and their consent is formally asked by the master; and they are to signify their consent, or dissent, in...
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A Lexicon of Freemasonry

Albert Gallatin Mackey - 1859 - 524 pagina’s
...particular lodge, or admitted a member thereof, without the unanimous consent of all the members of the lodge then present, when the candidate is proposed,...asked by the Master. They are to give their consent it their own. prudent way, either virtually or in form, but with unanimity. Nor is this inherent privilege...
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The Constitutions of the Free-masons: Containing the History, Charges and ...

James Anderson - 1859 - 118 pagina’s
...and their Consent is formally ask'd by the Master ; and they are to signify their Consent or Dissent in their own prudent way, either virtually or in form, but with Unanimity: Nor is this inherent Privi lege subject to a Dispensation ; because the Members of a particular Lodge are the best judges...
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A Lexicon of Freemasonry: Containing a Definition of All Its Communicable ...

Albert Gallatin Mackey - 1860 - 524 pagina’s
...consent is formally asked by the Master. They are to give their consent it their own prudent way, cither virtually or in form, but with unanimity. Nor is this...privilege subject to a dispensation ; because the member of a particular lodge* are the best judges of it ; and because, if a turbulent member should...
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The Moral Design of Freemasonry: Deduced from the Old Charges of a Freemason

Samuel Lawrence - 1860 - 237 pagina’s
...be entered a brother, nor admitted to be a member thereof, without the unanimous consent of all tfte members of that lodge then present when the candidate is proposed ; and this consent is formally asked by the Master ; and they are to signify their consent or dissent in...
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Transactions of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of ...

Freemasons. Grand Lodge - 1861
...in any panii u lar Lodge or admitted a member thereof, without the unanimous >-•::sent of all the members of that Lodge then present when the candidate...proposed ; and when their consent is formally asked by ;Lc Master, they are to give their consent in their own prudent \r:iy. either virtually or in form,...
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The Freemason's Monthly Magazine, Volume 24

1865
...Brother in any particular Lodge, or admitted a member thereof, without the unanimous consent of all the members of that Lodge then present when the candidate is proposed, and their consent is formerly asked by the Master; and they are to signify their consent or dissent in...
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