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There are other elementary symbols, to which I may hereafter have occasion to revert; the three, however, already described,-the rough ashlar, the perfect ashlar, and the trestle-board,-and which, from their importance, have received the name of "jewels," will be sufficient to give some idea of the nature of what may be called the "symbolic alphabet" of Masonry.
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The Steamer described-The Voyage commenced-A Fog at Sea.
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What is the meaning of that great Name by which, from of old, God in His relations to the whole universe has been described-the 'Lord of Hosts'?
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The visit of Mr. Fox and his friend to La Grange, is thus described-"The towers and wood of the chateau appeared in peaceful repose, as we drove near; and when we gained a full view of the building, I felt great emotion; it was the residence of a great and good man-a patriot and friend of mankind, whose life had been consecrated to virtue and liberty; the family came to the hall to meet us, happy in themselves, and rejoicing to see the illustrious friend of Lafayette!
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Examples of Described-the

Example #1
It is, in fact, a symbol of the social character of the institution.
Example #2
Both Scripture and tradition inform us that, at the building of King Solomon's temple, the masons were divided into different classes, each engaged in different tasks.
Example #3
OR, THE BOY TRAVELLERS IN THE LAND OF THE CZAR, BY W H G KINGSTON.
Example #4
We must, however, hear what Cousin Giles has to say before we decide on the subject.
Example #5
Then he returned, and walked in the house to and fro; and went up, and stretched himself upon him: and the child sneezed seven times, and the child opened his eyes.
Example #6
For it rests upon this plain principle, that all this great universe is not a chaos, but a cosmos, that all these forces and creatures are not a rabble, but an ordered host.