Tuesday, March 15th, A. L. 5842, AD. 1842,
9 o’clock, A. M.
Special Communication, by order of . Lodge met pursuant to previous notice. Present— W. M. , G. M. of the G. L. [Grand Lodge] of ; W. D. McCann, D. G. S.; Asahel Perry, W. M. p. t. [pro tem]; , S. W.; L[ucius] N. Scovil, J. W.; , T[reasurer]; , S[ecretary]; , S. D.; , J. D.; , T[yler]; Wm. Felshaw, and Hiram Clark, S[tewards]; , Josiah Arnold, Joshua Smith, Lyman Leonard, , Christopher Williams, John Patten, Noah Rogers, , Samuel Henderson, Benjamin Brown, Stephen Chase, George Montague, Noble Rogers, and , Members; and L. B. Adams, Franklin, 22, Ill.; M. Plumb, Franklin, 22, Ill.; Henry King, Sylvan, 229, N.Y.; A. C. Graves, Harmony, 11, Ia.; J. Rose, St. Johns, 21, N.Y.; A. Lambert, Sciota, 28, O.; G. Heberling, La Fayette, Pa.; D. Hibbard, New England, 4, O.; James Cum mings, Maine, Me.; E. Jennings, Mt. Moriah, N.Y.; Samuel Miles, Rainbow, Vt.; Thomas C. King, Bodley, 1, Ill.; Caleb Baldwin, Concord, O.; S. Comer, Urbanna, O.; & L. Evans, Urbanna, O.; visiting brethren. The M. W. presided, and opened the lodge in due form, in the 3rd degree of masonry. He, likewise, organised, and opened a Grand Lodge according to ancient usage, in the 3rd degree. The Grand and Subordinate Lodges then called off from labor to refreshment, until 1 o’clock, P. M.
1 o’clock, P. M.
The Lodges called to labor. Present as before. The then directed the Grand Marshal, , to form a procession according to ancient usage, in order to proceed to the , near the , for installation, which was accordingly done. At the , after the ceremonies of installation, the delivered a highly creditable and finished address on the subject of Ancient York Masonry, after which the lodges returned to the lodge room in masonic orders. The Grand Lodge then closed in due form, without day. The subordinate Lodge then adopted the by-laws which they had informally pre pared on the 30th of December, as amended at the suggestion of the . On motion, the Lodges [p. ]