Montauban in France by Gabriel Mathieu Marconis and others, being an incorporation of the various rites worked in the previous century and especially. A well-known example of the use to which alchemy was put was the case of Cagliostro. There is no precept more explicitly expressed in the Ancient Constitutions than that every Freemason should belong to a Lodge. However, it may fairly be assumed that this Masons Hall Lodge had ceased to exist before the Revival of Freemasonry in 1717, or else Anderson would not have said in the Constitutions of 1723 (page 82 "It is generally. After he had been clothed in all his robes, with the miter and crown upon his head, it is said, "then shalt thou take the anointing oil and pour it upon his head, and anoint him.". This is one of the forms of the Templar theory of the origin of Freemasonry. What are the aporrheta of Freemasonry? He who does not look to a superior and superintending power as his maker and his judge, is without that coercive principle of salutary fear which should prompt him to do good and to eschew evil, and his. The Lodge struck a medal in 1804 upon the occasion of erecting a new hall, ln 1842 the Lodge celebrated its centennial anniversary. Brother Hughan in the Jacobite Lodge at Rome (page 27"s the advice to students of Brother George. An Egyptian priest, Hermes Trismegistus, the Thrice-greatest Hermes, supposed to have lived about 2000.C., was one of the first to practice alchemy. Not only whatever is to happen, but all the secrets of philosophy. Much that has long been mysterious in the prehistoric remains discovered in America is given light by this book. Anti-masonic party A party organized in the United States of America soon after the commencement of the Morgan excitement, professedly, to put down the Masonic Institution as subversive of good government, but really for the political aggrandizement of its leaders. The Earl who was Grand Master of the Ancient in 1760-5 is spelled Blessington on page 77 ; Blesinton on page 140. "It had been asserted in a newspaper in Boston, edited by a Masonic dignitary, that John. amis reunis, loge DES The Lodge of United Friends, founded at Paris in 1771, was distinguished for the talents of many of its members, among whom was Savalette de Langes, and played for many years an important part in the affairs of French Masonry. It is the Cetosia cristata of the botanists. Veut Dieu Saint Amour, or Vult Dei Sanctus Animus. The Ancient (or Ancients) began as a Grand Committee, and became a Grand Lodge one step at a time.