10,000 Famous Freemasons by William R. Denslow

By William R. Denslow

Vol. II E-J. This very infrequent and lengthy out of print biographical paintings is a needs to for any Mason with a wish for Masonic study. this isn't a photocopy of the unique paintings, yet a very new, re-type set version. whereas a number of editorial alterations were made the paintings is for the main half because it was once while first released. the most important swap is the addenda that was once on the finish of the 4th variation. The addenda was once a set of corrections and additions to the paintings. we've included the corrections and additions into the paintings itself elimination the necessity for the addenda.

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They ignore the fact that Arnold was among those patriots of the American Revolution who were whipsawed back and forth by political intrigue and infighting causing him to be both hurt and resentful at the manner in which he was treated. At times a hero and at times totally shunned, Arnold ultimately decided that the 'cause' for which American patriots were fighting was wrong and he defected to the side of the British. In so doing, he actually became a hero for his military actions in Canada. His later life was filled with problems and in retrospect - Brother Arnold 'did the wrong thing'.

Masonry supports the concept that it is far better to help someone up than to kick them down. For that reason alone, we will perhaps never be able to be understood by those who enjoy the sufferings of their fellow human beings! htm (1 of 2) [7/3/02 2:08:50 PM] Masons ARE Perfect Are all Masons perfect? No, they aren't... but most are striving to be better! While imitation has been called the sincerest form of flattery, we were shocked and a bit dismayed when, in October, 2000, we found the following announcement in an online mailing list in which we participate: "Brethren I have received the following article which is part of "The Keystone Communicator" (Volume 10, Issue 6) which is a Bi-Monthly Publication of Keystone Lodge No.

But most are striving to be better! While imitation has been called the sincerest form of flattery, we were shocked and a bit dismayed when, in October, 2000, we found the following announcement in an online mailing list in which we participate: "Brethren I have received the following article which is part of "The Keystone Communicator" (Volume 10, Issue 6) which is a Bi-Monthly Publication of Keystone Lodge No. 251, F. M. located in . The Senior Deacon of that Lodge, , wrote the article.

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