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Rules and orders, agreed to be observed, by the Friendship-Society, instituted at Boston, the twenty-fifth day of May, A.D. 1767. We the subscribers for the more speedy and effectual assistance of each other in securing our substance when in danger of fire, do agree to the following articles. ...
An eulogy, on General George Washington. Pronounced in the Friendship Lodge, no. 9, Antient York Masons, in presence of the Grand Lodge of South-Carolina, and a numerous assemblage of brethren, on the 22d of February, 1800--being the day recommended by Congress, to the people, to assemble and testify their grief, by "suitable eulogies, orations, and discourses."--Published by desire of the Grand Lodge. By Seth Paine, junior grand warden. [Six lines of quotation]
- Paine, Seth, 1766-1801.