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Every-where Christian Churches sprang up under the direction and active operaworkmen. Cpjistantine himself, who, imi- tions of these tating his of his acts and determinations, his residence during the first years of his filth er made York in many reign, knew personally the principal members of those corporations^extend^edT to them every privilege they had ever possessed or were at any time deprived of, and thus they became the most effective and influential arm of the public service. The approaches of the Germans upon the Roman Empire of the West became from day to day more menacing.
Society, Notwithstanding, however, the favor with. which it was regarded by the king, Freemasonry, during the latter part of the seventeenth century, decreased to such a degree thatjn^ 1703 ,but^ four tyL,of Lon existedjin^lb p - lodges^ . don, while throughout Great Britain at that time none other were known to the members, who, reduced to the smallest number, attended the meetings of these. In fact, with the completion of St. Paul's Cathedral, the city of London was considered reBuiIt, and tlie occupation of the operative Masons seemed to have been brought to a close; while the accepted Masons, having obtained the object of their desire in the restoration of the monarchy, neglected the communion they had previously kept up with the operative members of the institution.
Wor. Mas. of Trinity Lodge. AUGUSTE HUMBERTE, Wor. Mas. Star of Bethlehem Lodge. B. LlMETH, Wor. Mas. of Commanders of Mt. Lebanon Lodge. EAST OP PAHIS, June, 27 1860. HISTORY OF FREEMASONRY. INTRODUCTION. man, placed upon this earth, saw himself surwith rounded so many differently formed beings, of which the producing cause and motive for their existence were to him unknown, his thoughts were necessarily concenintense admiration. Unable to trated in one sentiment comprehend the the effect. He cause, he attached more importance to studied the physical qualities of all, to the end that he might be enabled to select for his use those which were useful, and reject those which were hurtful.