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continuance of the mystic ties that had so long held them in close communion. They were about to disperse to, the distant parts of the world, carrying with them fame as artists, of having been so long employed at the building of the temple, and thus securing not alone advantageous employment, but diffuse free masonry throughout the world. The moral lessons of Masonry had been so indelibly stamped upon their minds, that they regarded the very tools, with which they wrought, instructor in the moral and social virtues, each communication its own particular lesson. Nature teaches her best lessons in symbols— her movements are all in harmony, and all illustrate the supremacy of a Divine Ruler.





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