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Q. When was the first reference to "The Skirret" in the craft ?A. The earliest use of this word Masonically, appears in Carlile's Exposure of Freemasonry on page 123, vol. 12, of "The Republican", July 29th, 1825, in his description of the working tools of the 3rd degree.
Q. Should the Installing Master declare all offices vacant ?A. There are certain offices in a Craft Lodge which, when the Lodge is in session, must be filled to rnaintain the lodge "in being," and so, de facto, are never vacant.
When officers appointed by an outgoing Master relinquish their positions on the intervention of a B. of l.M.'s, it is superfluous and incorrect for the Master to declare all offices vacant.
After the B. of l.M. 's there is a new Master, and it would be useless for an officer to
A. The author of the Master's
Song ("Here's to his Health in a Song") sung at
Bealey was bom 7th February, 1828, at Rochdale, and was for many years