Manual of the Lodge
- Ancient Ceremonies of the Order
- Consecration, Dedication, and Constitution of a Lodge
- Annual Installation of the Officers of a Lodge
- Installation of the Officers of a Grand Lodge
- Ceremony observed at Grand Visitations
- Festivals of the Order
- Ceremony observed at Laying the Foundation Stones of Public Structures
- Dedication of Freemasons' Halls
- Funeral Service
- Regulations for Processions
Manual Of The Lodge:
IN THE DEGREES OF
ENTERED APPRENTICE, FELLOW CRAFT, AND MASTER MASON,
ARRANGED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICAN SYSTEM OF LECTURES:
TO WHICH ARE ADDED
THE CEREMONIES OF THE ORDER OF PAST MASTER RELATING TO
INSTALLATIONS, DEDICATIONS, CONSECRATIONS, LAYING
OF CORNER-STONES, ETC.
Albert G. Mackey, M. D.
PAST GENERAL GRAND HIGH-PRIEST OF THE GENERAL GRAND CHAPTER OF THE UNITED STATES,
AUTHOR OF A "LEXICON OF FREEMASONRY," "BOOK OF THE CHAPTER," "THE
RITUALIST," "CRYPTIC MASONRY," "SYMBOLISM OF FREE-
A NEW EDITION, REVISED AND ENLARGED BY THE AUTHOR.
"Antiquity considered Initiation as a delivery from a living death of vice, brutality, and misery; and the beginning of a new life of virtue, reason, and happiness."—Washington
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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1868,
By M A C K O Y & S I C K E L S,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for
the Southern District of New York.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1870,
By ALBERT G. MACKEY, M.D.,
at the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington.
WINSLOW LEWIS, M. D.,
PAST GRAND MASTER OF MASSACHUSETTS,
AS A TRIBUTE OF THE RESPECT WHICH I FEEL
HIS INTELLECTUAL ATTAINMENTS,
As a Token of that Sincere Affection long since won from me
LARGENESS AND KINDNESS OF HIS HEART.