Minutes, 15–16 March 1842

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presented to , & D. G. S. McCann, for their attendance with us, and the instructions given in the various degrees of masonry.
Resolved, That they be requested to visit the Lodge whenever their circumstances will permit, at the expense of the Lodge.
Resolved, That be requested to deliver an oration on masonry, in this , on the 24th of June next; but, if not possible so to do, to give the lodge timely notice.
Resolved, That Lodge, No. 6., & Bodley Lodge, No. 1., be requested to meet with Lodge on the 24th of June— and that all brethren in the vicinity be solicited to participate.
, & D. G. S. McCann, then made very neat speeches, expressive of their entire satisfaction with the proceedings of this lodge, and the kind treatment they had received at the hands of our citizens generally. The lodge then closed, in great cordiality of feelings, to stand closed until to-morrow evening.
, Secretary. [p. [16]]
presented to , & D. G. S. McCann, for their attendance with us, and the instructions given in the various degrees of masonry.
Resolved, That they be requested to visit the Lodge whenever their circumstances will permit, at the expense of the Lodge.
Resolved, That be requested to deliver an oration on masonry, in this , on the 24th of June next; but, if not possible so to do, to give the lodge timely notice.
Resolved, That Lodge, No. 6., & Bodley Lodge, No. 1., be requested to meet with Lodge on the 24th of June— and that all brethren in the vicinity be solicited to participate.
, & D. G. S. McCann, then made very neat speeches, expressive of their entire satisfaction with the proceedings of this lodge, and the kind treatment they had received at the hands of our citizens generally. The lodge then closed, in great cordiality of feelings, to stand closed until to-morrow evening.
, Secretary. [p. [16]]
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