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in the heavens." The 24-inch gauge, by which operative Masons lay out their work, we are taught to divide our time, whereby we find 8 hours for the worship of God and the relief of the distress of a worthy brother, eight for common avocations in business, and eight hours for refreshment and sleep. The Holy Bible, that great luminary in Masonry, is constantly in the Lodge room to enlighten the mind, encourage faith, and animate charity. The plumb, square, level, rough ashler, perfect ashler, trestle board, beehive, hour glass, 47th problem of Euclid, three, five and seven steps, Jacob's ladder, and Masonic pavement, all teach Mason sublime and fundamental lesson in morality. Having traced Masonry from the beginning to the completion of the temple, and having





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