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Grand and Subordinate Lodges, in account with the Grand Lodge of the

United States, remaining unsettled October, 1834.

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CR. Grand Lodge of Maryland, bal- By cash, Grand Lodge of Maryland, ance due 1833, $28 25

$18 25 Per centage for 1834, 40 00

New York, $68 25

$20 00 Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, By this amount remitted by balance due 1832, 249 77 resolution,

58 06 Grand Lodge of New York, bal

78 06 ance due 1833,

$58 06 By cash, Grand Lodge of PennsylPer centage for 1834, 20 00

vania,

56 00 78 06

Grand Lodge of District Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, bal

of Columbia,

51 56 ance due 1832, $26 00

Grand Lodge of Ohio, 40 00 1833, 30 00

Louisiana, 37 00 Per centage for 1834, 40 00 By this amount remitted by resolu

96 00 tion to Boon Lodge, No. 1, Ky., 124 24 Grand Lodge of District of Colum- By amount due the Grand Lodge bia, balance due 1833, $51 56

of the United States by the sevPer centage for 1834, 20 00

eral Grand and subordinate 71 56 lodges,

346 77 Grand Lodge of Delaware, per centage for 1834,

20 00 Grand Lodge of Ohio, balance due 1833,

$17 00 Per centage for 1834, 20 00

37 00 Grand Lodge of Louisiana, balance due 1833,

$17 00 Per centage for 1834, 20 00

37 00 Boon Lodge, No. 1, Ky., per cent

age from Oct. 28th, 1833, to July
28th, 1834,

124 24
$781 881

$781 88

Dr. GRAND LODGE of U. S., in account with A. MATHIOT, G. Treas.

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1834.

1833. May 3, To cash, Sands & Neilson, $35 00 Sept. 2, By balance on hand, $ 8 52 Aug. 5, J. Horton, for seal, 7 00 By cash, Grand Lodge of July 5, Sands & Neilson, 85 00

Maryland, 48 25 Oct. 9, balance on hand, 181 49

Grand Lodge of
Ohio,

40 00
Lodge' No. 7,
Mass.,

20 00 1834. Sept. 2, Lodge No. 1, Va. 12 72

Encampment No.

1, D. C., char-
ter fee,

30 00 Oct. 9,

Grand Secretary, 149 00

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$308 49

$308 49 We, the committee appointed to examine the above account, find it correct.

THOMAS WILDEY,
CHARLES MOWATT,

THOMAS STELLE.
BALTIMORE, October 9th, 1834.

List of Grand and Subordinate Encampments under the jurisdiction of

the Grand Lodge of the United States. The Grand Encampment of Maryland, Baltimore, having under its jurisdiction,

Jerusalem Encampment, No. 1, Baltimore.
Salem Encampment, No. 2, Baltimore.

The Grand Encampment of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, having under its jurisdiction.

Philadelphia Encampment, No. 1, Philadelphia.
Pittsburg Encampment, No. 2, Pittsburg.

Subordinate Encampments.
New York Encampment, No. 1, Albany, New York.
Industry Encampment, No. 1, Paterson, New Jersey.
Delaware Encampment No. 1, Wilmington, Delaware.
Wildey Encampment, No. 1, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Wildey Encampment, No. 1, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Annual Report of the Grand and Subordinate Lodges to the R. W. Grand

Lodge of the United States, I. 0. O. F., commencing September, 1833, and ending October, 1834.

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Expulsions. In Maryland.-No. 6, Edward Spedden; No. 21, J. Spurr. Improper conduct. Two names not reported, and six for arrearages of dues of more than one year.

In New York.- No. 10, John Hanse; No. 12, William Shiels; No. 16,- Luden, and Muher. Improper conduct.

In Pennsylvania.-No. 1, Samuel C. Neely; No. 4, John Sansom; No. 6, John Wilcox; No. 7, Jacob Eisely; No. 19, P. G. Wm. Parkhill; No. 20, Henry McIvor, Daniel Simon and Joseph Jaggers; No. 28, George Farr; No. 37, T. Shallcross; No. 44, William Canly, Francis Kimyelback, and P. G. Michael Stein. Improper conduc

In District of Columbia.-No. 1, James Williams, John Kartz and James Reves. Improper conduct.

In New Jersey.--No. 3, Edmund Bradley; No. 5, P. G. Gendle. Improper conduct.

SPECIAL SESSION

OF THE

GRAND LODGE OF THE UNITED STATES,

Held at the City of Baltimore, September, 1835.

BALTIMORE, September 1st, 1835. The R. W. Grand Lodge convened this day, at Odd Fellows' Hall, city of Baltimore, pursuant to a call from the M. W. Grand Sire, when the following were present : ROBERT NEILSON,

R. W. D. G. Sire, Presiding.
P. G. M. GEORGE KEYSER,
G. M. HENRY S. SANDERSON,

Reps. of Maryland.
P. G. Sire, THOMAS WILDEY, Proxy Rep. of Delaware.
P. G. M. JAMES L. RIDGELY, Proxy Rep. of Ohio.

P. G. M. SAMUEL LUCAS, Proxy Rep. of Louisiana.
Rep. Sanderson, of Maryland, was appointed Grand Secretary, pro tem.

The credentials of P. G. A. E. Warner, as Proxy Representative, for the Grand Lodge of District of Columbia, were presented, and on motion, referred to a special committee.

The Grand Sire appointed as the committee, Rep's Keyser, of Maryland ; Wildey, of Delaware ; and Lucas, of Louisiana.

Rep. Keyser, of Maryland, from the committee on credentials, presented the following report, which was accepted.

To the R. W. Grand Lodge of the United States :

The committee to whom was referred the credentials of P. G. A. E. Warner, as Proxy Representative of District of Columbia, report that they have examined the same and find them correct.

GEORGE KEYSER,
THOMAS WILDEY,

SAMUEL LUCAS.
Rep. Warner, then appeared and took his seat.

A petition was presented, signed by Joseph Metcalfe, Henry Guibert, Samuel H. Drake, John Joyes, P. H. Conant, J. Y. Dashiell and William Twyman, praying for a charter for a lodge, to be located at Louisville, Kentucky, and hailed as “ -Lodge, No. 4,"

On motion, the petition was referred to a special committee.

The Grand Sire appointed Rep's Lucas, of Louisiana ; Wildey, of Delaware ; and Warner, of District of Columbia, the committee.

A petition was presented from P. G's John J. Roach, John Hawkins, Stephen Barclay, Joseph Metcalfe, Joseph Barclay, Henry Wolford and Thomas Devan, of Boon Lodge, No. 1; S. S. Lyon, of Chosen Friends Lodge, No. 2 ; and Benjamin Moses, of Washington Lodge, No. 3; praying for a charter for a Grand Lodge for the state of Kentucky, to be located at Louisville.

On motion, the petition was referred to a special committee of three.

The Grand Sire appointed as the committee, Rep's Wildey, of Delaware; Warner, of District of Columbia ; and Keyser, of Maryland.

A petition was presented, from Edward Cooke, William Ball, Andrew Romfry, William Palkinghorn, John Cole, Richard Johns, George Mitchell, John Cassely, John Rich, Ralph Goldsworthy, John Cock, Joseph R. James and Edmund Paul, praying for a charter for a lodge to be located at Mineral Point, Iowa Territory, to be styled “ Iowa Lodge, No. 1."

On motion, the petition was referred to a special committee.

The Grand Sire announced Rep's Keyser, of Maryland; Lucas, of Lou. isiana ; and Warner, of District of Columbia ; the committee.

The D. Grand Sire stated that he had received a petition signed by Peter W. Kenaday, T. B. Edmonson, William Gregory, Joseph Tretwell

, Jesse Bullard, William B. Clark, James Montgomery and E. C. Hawkins, praying for a charter for a lodge to be located at Wheeling, Virginia, tó be styled “ Virginius Lodge, No. 3," which had received the sanction of a majority of the Representatives of the Grand Lodge of the United States ; that the same was forwarded, and that the lodge was now in successful operation.

Whereupon, on motion, the grant of the charter for Virginius Lodge, No. 3, Wheeling, Virginia, was confirmed.

Rep. Lucas, of Louisiana, from the special committee to whom was referred the petition of Joseph Metcalfe and others, submitted the following report.

To the R. W. Grand Lodge of the United States :

The special committee to whom was referred the petition of Joseph Metcalfe and others, praying for a charter for a lodge to be located at Louisville Kentucky, and hailed Lodge, No. 4, report, that they have considered the subject referred, and recommend that the charter be granted, and submit the accompanying resolution for adoption.

SAMUEL LUCAS,
THOMAS WILDEY,

ANDREW E. WARNER. Resolved, That the charter be granted as prayed for, and that the petitioners be instructed, that in selecting their name, they must not take that of any lodge heretofore instituted in said state.

On motion, the report was accepted, and the resolution adopted.

Rep. Wildey, of Delaware, from the special committee to whom was referred the petition of P. G's John J. Roach and others, presented the following report.

To the R. W. Grand Lodge of the United States :

The undersigned to whom was referred the petition of P. G's John J. Roach and others, praying for a charter for a Grand Lodge, for the state of Kentucky, and to be located at Louisville, respectfully report, that they have attended to the duty assigned them, and submit the following resolution for adoption.

THOMAS WILDEY,
ANDREW E. WARNER,

GEORGE KEYSER. Resolved, That a charter for a Grand Lodge for the state of Kentucky,* be granted to P. G's John J. Roach and others, and to be located at Louisville.

On motion, the report was accepted and the resolution adopted.

Rep. Keyser, of Maryland, from the special committee to whom was referred the petition of Edward Cooke and others, submitted the following report. To the R. W Grand Lodge of the United States :

The undersigned to whom was referred the petition of Edward Cooke and others, praying for a charter for a lodge to be located at Mineral Point, Iowa Territory, and hailed as Iowa Lodge, No. 1, respectfully report, that they have taken the subject into consideration, and are of opinion that the prayer of the petitioners should be granted, and submit the following resolution for adoption. All of which is respectfully submitted.

GEORGE KEYSER,
SAMUEL LUCAS,

ANDREW E. WARNER.
Resolved, That the prayer of the petitioners be granted.
On motion, the report was accepted and the resolution adopted.
On motion, it was
Resolved, That D. D. G. M. Taylor, of Schuylkill county, Pennsylvania, be depra-
ted to institute Iowa Lodge, No.1, Mineral Point, Iowa Territory.
On motion, the Grand Lodge closed the Special Session.

HENRY S. SANDERSON, Grand Secretary. pro tem.

Grand Lodge for the State of Kentucky.-This body was opened and constituted on 12th Septemder, 1835. The following were the officers installed, viz:

Wm. 8. Wolford, G. M.; A. W. R. Harris, D. G. M. ; Charles Q. Black, G. Sec'y; Henry Wolford, G. Treas.

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