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Johnston, late Governor, now one of the Judget. Richard Caswell, formerly Governor. William R. Davie, formerly Governor. Colonel William Polk.
Robert Williams, grand secretary.
Grand Lodge of South Carolina. THE grand lodge of the State of South Carolina was instituted and established at Charleston on the 24th day of March, A. D. 1787.
The general grand communication is holden in Charleston annually, on St. John the Evangelist's day ; and the quarterly communications on the last Saturday in March, June, and September, and on the next Saturday but one, preceding St. John the Evangelists's day.
List of Subordinate Lodges.
No. 1, Charleston.
No. 2, No. 3, No. 4, No. 5,
No. 10, Columbia.
No. 18, Broad River. No. 31, Charleston.
No. 34, Edisto Island. :
No. 36, Chester Do. No. 23, Georgetown.
No. 37, Statesburgh. No. 24, Rocky Creek. No. 38, Newbury Co. No. 25, Union County. No. 39, Coosawatchie. No. 26, Jacksonborough. No. 40, Cambridge. No. 27, Salem Court house. No. 41, Beaufort. No. 28, Chester County. No. 42, St. Helena Island. No. 29, New-Orleans. No. 43, Newbury Co. No. 30, St. Augustine, E. F. No. 44, Laurens Do.
Grand Lodge of Georgia. THE grand lodge of Georgia is holden “ By virtue, and in pursuance, of the right of succession, legally derived from the most noble and most worshipful Thomas Thyne, lord viscount Weymouth, grand master of England, A. D. 1730, by his warrant, directed to the right worshipful Roger Lacey; and by the renewal of the said power by Sholto Charles Douglas, lord Aberdour, grand master of Scotland, for the years 1755, and 1756; and grand master of England for the years 1757, and 1758; as' will appear in his warrant directed to the right worshipful Grey Elliot.”
On the 16th day of December, A. D. 1786, a convention of the several lodges holden in the state, assembled at Savannah, when the permanent appointments which had been theretofore made by the grand master of England, were solemnly relinquished, by the right worshipful Samuel Elbert, grand master, and the other officers of the grand lodge ; and certain regulations adopted, by which the grand officers are now elected annually by the grand lodge.
List of Subordinate Lodges. No. 1, Solomon's, Savannah. town. No. 2, Hiram, Do. No. 12, Elbert, Elberton. No. 3, Columbia, Augusta. No. 13, St. Tammany, Green No. 4, St. Louis, Washington. County. No. 5, Wasbington, Do. No. 14, Forsyth's, Augusta. No. 6, St. John's Sunbury. No. 15, Amity, Lake Ferry. No.7, Little River, Little No. 16, Camden, St. Mary's. River.
No. 17, Stith, Sparta. No. 8, St. Patrick's, Waynes. No. 18, Social, Augusta, borough.
No. 19, Haustoun, Effingham. No. 9, St. George's, Kiokas. No. 20, Stephen's, Waynesb. No. 10, Union, Savannah. No. 21, Petersburgh, PetersNo. 11, Georgetown, George- burgh.
Grand Lodge of Kentucky. THE grand lodge of Kentucky holds its communications in the town of Lexington.
Grand Officers A. D. 1805. M. W. George M. Bibb, grand master. W. Daniel Bradford, grand secretary.
· List of Subordinate Lodges. Abraham's Lodge, Louisville. Solomon's, Shelby Ville, Harmony, Natches, Missisip. Washington, Lexington. Hiram, Frankfort.
Grard Lodge of Upper Canada.
No. 9, Bertie, Fort Erie.
No. 11, Mohawk Village.
No. 12, Stamford.
Grand Lodge of Lower Canada. M. W. his · Royal Highness Prince Edward, &c.
&c. Grand Master. R. W. George Lewis Hamilton, D. G, M,
Subordinate Lodges. No.9, In the 4th Bat. R. Ar. No. 5, Royal Edward, E&. tillery, at Quebec.
wardsburg, U. C. No. 40, Quebec.
No. 6, Richlieu, at William No. 241, Do. These three on Heury, L. C.
the Registry of England. No. 7, Fidelity, 7th Reg. of No. 1, Glengary Lodge in the foot.
2d Bat. R.C. Volunteers. No. 8, Union, Montreal. No. 2, Royal Rose, in the 7th No. 9, Select Surveyors, at Reg. of foot.
Missisquoui Bay. No. 3, St. John's, Lower Ca- No. 10, Zion, Detroit. nada.
No. 11, Chambly.
Grand Lodge of Nova-Scotia, &c.
The grand lodge meets at Halifax.