Address to the people of Massachusetts, in relationship to the political influence of Freemasonry

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Title

Address to the people of Massachusetts, in relationship to the political influence of Freemasonry

Alternative Title

Address to the people of Massachusetts, in relationship to the political influence of Freemasonry, on Some of the Prominent Acts and Proceedings of the Legislature at Its Last Session, for the Year 1833

Description

Antimasonic address, delivered on March 26, 1833.

Begins: "The following Address was first presented by a Committee, at a meeting of citizens and members of the Legislature, held in Boston the 26th of March, 1833. It was adopted, and referred to the Antimasonic State Convention, which was to assemble in Boston, the 11th September. That body received and adopted it unanimously, and referred it to the State Committee, to publish it in connexion [sic] with the proceedings of the convention. In compliance with the vote of the convention, it is now presented for the candid consideration of the independent citizens of Massachusetts."

At end: Resolution of the Antimasonic State Convention, dated Boston 13 Sept. 1833, signed B.F. Hallett, H. Atwill, D. Henshaw, and A. Walker, Secretaries of the A[ntimasonic] S[tate] Convention for 1833.

Source

Collection of Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, Lexington, Massachusetts
MM 001.104

Date

1833

Rights

This image is presented for research and educational purposes only, and may not be distributed or re-published without permission from the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library.

Language

English

Identifier

A2002/039/1

Is Referenced By

Walgren 3755

Extent

1 document; 35 x 27 cm.

Provenance

Museum purchase.

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Citation

Antimasonic state convention of Massachusetts. 4th, Boston, 1833, “Address to the people of Massachusetts, in relationship to the political influence of Freemasonry,” digitalVGW, accessed June 17, 2021, https://digitalvgw.omeka.net/items/show/509.