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paid in discharge of bills ordered by this Grand Lodge, $1266 22; leav-
ANDREW C. HEWITT.
The Committee on Petitions, to whom was referred the application from the Grand Encampment of Ohio, soliciting the “Grand Encampment Degree," and praying that this Grand Lodge would inform, through the Grand Secretary, Nimrod Encampment, No. 3, at Steubenville, Ohio, of the existence of the above Grand Encampment in the state of Ohio, directing said Nimrod Encampment, No. 3, to make itself subordinate to it, ask leave respectfully to report by the following resolutions. Respectfully submitted.
WILLIAM C. BRANIN,
HENRY WOLFORD. Resolved, That the R. W. Grand Lodge of the United States, I. O. of O. F., in the work of the Patriarchal branch of the Order, has adopted no degree superior to that of the R. P. D.
Resolved, That Nimrod Encampment, No. 3, Steubenville, Ohio, be and is hereby directed to make its subordination to the Grand Encampment of Ohio, at Cincinnati.
Resolved, That the Grand Secretary be and is hereby directed to notify the Grand Encampment of Ohio, of the two above resolutions, and Nimrod Encampment, No.3, Steubenville, of the second.
On motion, the report was accepted.
A motion was made to adjourn sine die, and was determined in the negative.
The resolutions were then considered separately. The first resolution was adopted.
The question then recurred on the second resolution.
YEAs—Rep's Marley, Frost, McGowan, Moore, Wolford ; Bain, 2 votes ; and Wildey—8.
Nars-Rep's Williamson, Hewitt, Brown, Branin, and Ridgely, 2 votes-6.
So the resolution was adopted.
The question then recurring on the third resolution, it was decided in the affirmative. On motion, the Grand Lodge closed the Annual Session.
WILLIAM G. COOK,
Grand Recording Secretary.
Amount of Money received by the Grand Recording Secretary, from April,
1840, to October 5, 1840. Grand Lodge of New York, for books,
$60 00 Tennessee Lodge, No. 1,
70 00 Dayton Encampment, No. 2,
18 00 Neilson Encampment, No. 2,
12 19 Mobile, Lodge, No. 2,
25 00 Glazier Encampment, No. 6, Va., for charter,
30 00 Quinnipiac Lodge, No. 1, two reports,
52 38 Grand Lodge charter, Texas,
30 00 Grand Lodge charter, Connecticut,
30 00 Wildey Encampment, No. 1, St. Louis,
34 66 Grand Lodge of Missouri,
25 34 Marley Encampment, No. 2, D. C.
3 50 Grand Lodge of District of Columbia,
20 00 Columbia Encampment, No. 1, D. C.
28 43 Grand Lodge of New Jersey,
20 00 Trenton Encampment, No. 2,
6 97 Grand Lodge of Mississippi,
20 00 Louisiana Encampment, No. 2,
8 00 Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania,
40 00 Grand Lodge of District of Columbia, books,
4 00 Nashville Lodge, No. 2,
10 00 Grand Lodge of Kentucky,
6 52 Grand Lodge of Ohio,
40 00 Grand Lodge of Maryland,
40 00 Grand Encampment of Kentucky, Cr. Mt. Horeb,
30 00 Wildey Encampment, No. 3, Va.
5 56 Grand Lodge of New York,
Dr. Grand Lodge of U. S., in account with A. E. WARNER, G. Treas. Cr.
1840. May 15, To discount on uncurrent note, April 30, By balance in treasury, $848 40 $145,
$ 8 45 Oct. 9, cash receiv'd from G.
Sec'y, at different
710 55 G. Sec'y.
30 00 Oct. 8,
Z. B. Glazier, for
Diploma, 541 00 “ 9, disc't on uncurrent notes,
80 J. T. Brown, bill, 45 50 W.G. Cook, G. Sec.
salary, &c. 148 38
Sire, for bills, 154 00
ry and postage, 110 04
Messenger, &c. 23 18
Annual Report of Grand and Subordinate Lodges to the R. W. Grand Lodge of the United States, I. 0. 0. F, for the
year ending September, 1840.
G L. of Maryland,
Md. 26 406 157
45 454 186 District of Columbia, Washington, D. C. 6 173 1 Delaware,
Ohio. 7 459 4
New Orleans, La.
3 16 11
Louisville, Ky. 5 73 46
17 Mississippi, Natchez,
151 13 Missouri,
No. 1, Mineral Point, I. T. Alabama, 1, Mobile,
Ala. Mobile, 2.
2 Far West,
1, Little Rock, Ark. 1 45
66 Quinnipiae, 1, New Haven,
35 Charter Oak,
42, Hartford, Conn. 3 Middlesex,
3, E. Haddam, South Carolina,
1, Charleston, S. C. Merrimack, 4 7, Lowell,
155 3343 536
Annual Report of Grand and Subordinate Encampments to the R. W.
Grand Lodge of the United States, 1. 0. 0. F, for the year ending
G. E. of Maryland, Baltimore, Md.
D. C. Marley,
N. J. Abram's,
" 3, Portsmouth, Va. Jerusalem,
4, Norfolk, Widows' Friend,“ 5, Winchester, Glazier,
5 6, Petersburg, Mt. Ararat,
Ala. Wildey, 4 1, Natchez,
6 2. Vicksburg, Wildey, u 1, St. Louis,
+ 1, New Albany, Ind. Wildey,
u 2, Madison, Wildey,
mi. Chosen Friend, * 2, Galena, Wildey,
Mineral Point, | I. T.
GRAND LODGE OF THE UNITED STATES,
Held at the City of Baltimore, September, 1841.
MONDAY, September 20th, 9 o'clock, A. M. The R. W. Grand Lodge convened this day, at Odd Fellows' Hall, city of Baltimore, being the regular Annual Communication, when the following were present : ZENAS B. GLAZIER,
M. W. G. Sire. HORN R. KNEASS,
R. W. D. G. Sire, p. t. JAMES L. RIDGELY,
R. W. G. C. Secretary. ANDREW E. WARNER,
R. W. G. Treasurer. ISAAC D. WILLIAMSON,
W. G. Chaplain, p. t. SAMUEL J. POOLEY,
W. G. Guardian p. t. JOHN E. CHAMBERLAIN, W. G. Messenger.
The Grand Secretary presented the certificates of the Representatives of the several Grand Lodges, viz:
P. G. M. RICHARD MARLEY,
Reps. of Maryland.
Reps. of New York.
Reps. of Pennsylvania. P. G. M. JOHN A. KENNEDY, Proxy Rep. of Delaware. P. G. MARK P. TAYLOR,
Rep. of Ohio.
Proxy Rep. of Louisiana.
It appearing that a constitutional quorum was present, the D. Grand Sire was directed to examine the Representatives.
The D. Grand Sire reported that the Representatives present were duly qualified ; and then by order of the Grand Sire, proclaimed the Grand Lodge duly opened for the transaction of business.