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Ahiman Rezon | Laurence Dermott

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Constitutions of Freemasons

The Book of Constitutions of this Grand Lodge or Ahiman Rezon (אֲחִימָן רְזוֹן) was a constitution written by Laurence Dermott for the Antient Grand Lodge of England which was formed in 1751.

 

Contents

AHIMAN REZON | FOREWORD
DEDICATION
THE EDITOR TO THE READER

THE AHIMAN REZON
THE OLD CHARGES OF THE FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS
Charge I
Concerning GOD and RELIGION
Charge II
Of the CIVIL MAGISTRATE, supreme and subordinate
Charge III
Concerning a LODGE
Charge IV
Of Masters, Wardens, Fellows, and Apprentices
Charge V
Of the Management of the Craft in Working
Charge VI
Concerning MASONS Behaviour
Behaviour in the Lodge before closing
Behaviour after the Lodge is closed, and the Brethren are gone
Behaviour at meeting without Strangers, but not in a formed Lodge
Behaviour in the Presence of Strangers not Masons
Behaviour at home, and in your Neighbourhood
Behaviour towards a foreign Brother or Stranger
Behaviour behind a Brother’s Back, as well as before his Face
Charge VII
Concerning LAW – SUITS

A Short Charge To A New Admitted Mason

THE ANCIENT MANNER OF CONSTITUTING A LODGE
A PRAYER said at the Opening of the Lodge used by Jewish Free-Masons
A PRAYER used amongst the primitive Christian Masons
Another Prayer, and that which is most general at Making or Opening

AHABATH OLAM
A Prayer repeated in the Royal Arch Lodge at Jerusalem

GENERAL REGULATIONS OF THE FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS
Old Regulations
New Regulations

THE REGULATIONS FOR CHARITY
As practised in Ireland, and by York-Masons in England Masons

 

 


ISBN 978-84-18379-03-1
Pages 120
Width 5.5 in
Height 8.5 in