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A.D. 1769, and descended from the grand mas. ter of Scotland.

On the 19th of June, A.D.1792, a grand masonic union was formed by the two grand lodges; and all distinctions between ancient and modern man sons abolished.

Grand Officers elected in December, 5804. M. W. Isaiah Thomas, Esq. grand master. R. W. Simon Elliot, Esq. deputy grand master, W. John Proctor, grand secretary.

List of Subordinate Lodges. St. John's Lodge, Boston. Columbiau,

Boston Rising States,

do. Evening Star, Lenox. Portland, Portland. Cincinnatus, N.Marlborg. Tyrian, Gloucester. King Hiram's, Truro. Massachnsetts, Boston Washington,

Roxbury. St. Peter's,

Newburyport. Kennebec, Hallowel. Trinity,

Lancaster. Fayette, Charlestowo. Warren,

Machias. Harmony, Northfield. Unity,

Ipswich. Union, Dorchester. King Solomon's, Charlestown. Thomas,

Monson. Friendship, Williamstown. Bristol,

Norton, Essex, Salein. Jerusalem,

South Hadley Lincoln, Wiscasset. St. Paul's,

Groton. Old Colony,

Hanover. Fellowship, Bridgewater. Federal, Blanford, Corinthian,

Concord. Morning Star, Worcester. Montgomery,

Franklin Hancock, Penobscot. Olive-Branch,

Oxford, Franklin, Cheshire. Meridian Sun,

Brookfield. Republican, Greenfield. Adams,

Wellfieet. Middlesex, Framingham. Hiram, Lexington

Meridian, Watertown. United,

Topshan: King Solomon's Lodge of Per- Union, No.5, Nantucket.

fection, Holmes' Hole. American Union, Marietta. Mount Moriah, Reading. Constellation, Dedham. Maine, Falmouth. Charity,

Mendon. Social,

Ashby. Cincinnatus, Gʻt Barrington. Eastern Star,

Rehoboth. Cumberland, New-GloucesPhilanthropic, Marblehead. ter. Tuscan, Columbia. Harris,

Athol. K. David's, Taunton. Hancock,

Castine. Rising Star, Stoughton. Forefathers' Roek,Plymouth. Mount Zion's, Hardwich. Jerusalem,

South Hadley. Fraternal, Barnstable. Merrimack, Haverhill. Mount Lebanon, Boston. Pythagorean, Fryeburg. Pacific, Sunderland. Rising Virtue, Hampden. Aurora,

Leominster. St. John's, Newburyport Eastern,

do. Eastport. St Mark's St.John's, Demerara (W.Ind.) Sheffield,

Sheffield: Amity,

Cambden. Saco, Pepperelborough Rural,

Randolph. Wisdom, West Stockbridge. Sumner's,

Deneis. Washington Remembered Sincerity, Patridgefield. New Bedford. Corner Stone, Duxbury.

CHAPTER V.

Grand Lodge of Rhode-Island. THE Grand Lodge of Rhode Island was organize ed on the 25th of June, A. L. 5791, agreeably to a plan previously proposed and adopted by St. John's lodge, No. 1, of Newport, and St. John's ledge, No. 2, of Providence, which were the one ly lodges in the state at that time.

List of Subordinate Lodges.

St. John's Lodge, No. 1, St. Albau's Lodge, No. 6, Newport.

Bristol. St. John's Lodge, No. 2, Friendship Lodge at Glou. Providence.

cester, No.7. Washington Lodge, No. 3, Lodge at Smithfield, No. 8. Warren.

Lodge at Pawtuxet, under a Mount Vernon Lodge, No. 4, dispensation. Providence.

Lodge at Greenwich under a Washington Lodge, No. 5, dispensation.

County of Washington.

The quarterly communications are holden at Newport, the Tuesday before the first Wednesday in May and November, and at Providence, on the Tuesday before the first Wednesday in February and August; and the annual meeting on the anniversary of St. John the Baptist,

CHAPTER VI.

Grand Lodge of Connecticut. THE Grand Lodge of Connecticut was constituted on the 8th day of July, A. D. 1789, by fifteen lodges, which then existed in the state. These lodges were instituted by virtue of chartere

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derived from the grand lodges of Massachusetts and New-York, but chiefly from the former.

The grand communications are holden semi-annually, in the months of May and October. The members of the grand lodge consist of all past and present grand officers, and the master and wardens of all the lodges under its jurisdiction, or their proxies.

List of Subordinate Lodges.
No. 1, Hiram Lodge, New- No. 19, Washington, Hunt-
Haren.

ington.
No. 2, St. John's, Middle No. 20, Harmony, Berlin.
town.

No. 21, St. Peter's, Nevy
No. 3, St. John's, Bridgeport. Milford.
No. 4, St. John's, Hartford. No. 22, Hart's, Woodbridge.
No. 5, Union, Greenwich. No. 23, St. James's, Preston,
No. 6, St. John's Norwalk. No. 24, Uriel, Tolland.
No.7, K. S's, Woodbury. No, 25, Columbia, Weathers.
No. 8, St. John's, Stratford. field.
No.9. Compass, Wallingford. No. 26, Columbia, East Hada
No. 10, Wooster, Colchester. dam.
No. 11, St. Paul's, Litchfield. No. 27, Rising Sun, Wash-
No. 12, K. Hiram, Derby. ington.
No. 13, Montgomery, Salis. No. 28, Morning Star, East
bury.

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Windsor. No. 14, Frederick, Farming- No. 29, Village, West Simston.

bury. No. 15, Moriah, Canterbury. No. 30, Day Spring, HampNo. 16, Temple, Cheshire. den. No. 17, Federal, Watertowu. No. 31, Union, New-London: No. 18, Hiram, Newtown. No. 32, Meridiau Sun, Wara

ren.

No. 33, Friendship, South- No. 41, Federal, Brookfield. ington.

No.42, Harmony, Waterbury. No. 34, Somerset, Norwich. No. 43, Trinity, KillingNo. 35, Aurora, Harwinton. worth. No. 36, St. Mark's, Granby. No: 44, Eastern Star, Leben No. 37, Western Star, Norfolk.

No. 45, Pythagoras, Lyme. No. 38, St. Alban's, Guilford. No. 46, Putnam, Pomfret. No. 39, Ark, Western.

No.47, Morning Star, Oxford. No.40, Union, Danbury. No. 48, St. Luke's, Kent.

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CHAPTER VII.

Grand Lodge of Vermont. THE Grand Lodge of the state of Vermont was constituted at Rutland, on the 14th day of October, A. D. 1794. Its annual meetings are holden

on the evening next succeeding the second Thursday of October, in the town where the legislature convenes.” Its members are all past and present grand officers, and the masters and wardens of the several subordinate lodges.

List of Subordinate Lodges.

No. 1,

Vermont Lodge, No. 6, Centre, Rutland. Windsor.

No.7, Washingtou, BurlingNo.2, North Star, Manchester. ton. No.3, Dorchester, Vergenues. No. 8, Hiram, Paulet. No.4, Temple, Bennington. No.9, Aurora, Montpelier. No.5, Union, Middlebury. No. 10, Franklin, St. Alban's.

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