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spot— that to him was holy ground. To Carry out his designs the walls were made of huge stone cut from the mountain, some 40 feet in length, 10 feet wide 5 feet thick, and weighing 100 tons. How such immense stones were carried to such immense heights, we will have to refer to lectures on the lost arts. The foundations were laid and the corner stone placed in the north east corner amid great rejoicings. Since then Masons look on the ceremonies of the laying of a corner stone as of great significance, and since then they lay them in tho northeast corner. The superstructure of the temple was completed and dedicated in great solemnity, on which occasion members of the Masonic fraternity, who had just completed the building, received a visible blessing from heaven, for at the dedication of the capstone in the





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