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"In The Farmers
Almanac for 1823 published at Andover,
the following was
printed under the heading, "Character of a Freemason":
real Freemason is distinguished from the rest of Mankind by the uniform
unrestrained rectitude of his conduct. Other men are honest in fear of
punishment which the law might inflect; they are religious in expectation
of being rewarded, or in dread of the devil, in the next world. A Freemason
would be just if there were no laws, human or divine except those written
in his heart by the finger of his Creator. In every climate, under every
system of religion, he is the same. He kneels before the Universal Throne
of God in gratitude for the blessings he has received and humble
solicitation for his future protection. He venerates the good men of all
religions. He disturbs not the religion of others. He restrains his
passions, because they cannot be indulged without injuring his neighbor or
himself. He gives no offense, because he does not choose to be offended. He
contracts no debts which he is certain he cannot discharge, because he is
honest upon principal.
Would Not Be A Mason?"
by Bro. Charles F. Forshaw, M. D.
would not be a Mason And wear the apron white?
And feel the bonds of friendship The rich and poor unite?
To know Masonic virtues, To do Masonic deeds?
And sympathetic minister Unto a Brother's needs?
Who would not be a Mason And join the brethren true?
To see our noble teachings Their glorious work pursue?
To feel a bond Fraternal Is theirs where'er they go?
And find a hearty welcome As they journey to and fro?
Who would not be a Mason A craftsman just and fair,
To meet on the Level And part on the Square?
To hear the voice of Charity, Where'er our Lodges be?
And to know our Grips and Passwords And share in all our glee?
Who would not be a Mason To labor day by day?
And laboring try to lessen The thorns upon life's way?
To help to form a column, All perfect and complete?
Fit for building that great Temple Wherein we hope to meet?