Webb's Masonic Monitor

By Thomas Smith Webb,
1771-1819.

Edition 1865
 



 

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1865, by
JAMES FENTON,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Michigan.



 

Stereotyped at the
Franklin Type Foundry,
Cincinnati, O.



 



 



 

TO THE MEMORY
OF

BROTHER JOHN BARNEY,

THAT GOOD MAN AND TRUE MASON,

TO WHOSE INSTRUCTIVE TONGUE FREEMASONRY IN THE WEST IS SO MUCH INDEBTED FOR THE TRANSMISSION, UNIMPAIRED, OF THE

National Work of the Baltimore Convention,


THIS LITTLE WORK IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED,

BY HIS EARLY PUPIL,

THE COMPILER.



 



 



 

 

INTRODUCTORY.

 

THE only introduction the Compiler will give this little volume, may be found in the following endorsements by distinguished Craftsmen:

"HAVING examined the Freemason's Monitor, compiled by Bro. JAMES FENTON, G. S. of the G. L. of Michigan, I take pleasure in recommending it to the Fraternity. The arrangement of the first three degrees, corresponding with the National Work and Lectures, as established in this jurisdiction, makes it an invaluable auxiliary in a working Lodge.

 

"WM. M. FENTON,
"P. G. M. of the G. L. of Michigan.


"FLINT, MICH., July, 1865."

 


 



 

"It is arranged, seriatim, with our work and lectures in the first three degrees, as we work and lecture in Michigan, and as we understand our Baltimore or National Work and Lectures.

 

"R. P. ELDRIDGE.


"MT. CLEMENS, MICH., July, 1865."

 


 



 

 

"I HAVE presided over a Lodge in Baltimore for a number of years, and am perfectly familiar with the National Work, as adopted by the Baltimore Convention. I have examined the proof-sheets of the Monitor, by Bro. FENTON, and believe it conforms to that work in every essential particular.

 

 

"ROBERT GWYNN, P. M.,
"Of Arcana Lodge, No. 110."


"CINCINNATI, July, 1865."

 



 



 

 

         

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