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Green, junior warden. 95762 horny girls warrant Fuck me while wearin panties Column Lodge No. Bibbins, senior warden; and Lewis C. Wooley, junior warden. Fraternal Lodge No. Box, worshipful master; Robert Stewart, senior warden; and George W. Thomas, junior warden.

The warrant for Loyal Lodge No. Its first officers were: Richard C. Chamberlain, worshipful master; John E. Gill, senior warden; and John R. Summerfeldt, junior warden. The latest lodge instituted is the True Craftsman No. Edmund J. Levy was worshipful master; Norval H. Jerseyy, senior warden; and Evin J. As soon as they have completed their terms of office, the past masters automatically become members of the Association. This organization was formed for social purposes November 16,with twenty-five charter members.

Among them were Jacob B. Hartpence, then the oldest past master of the lodge, City Commissioner J. Ridgway Fell, Judge George W. Macpherson, Counsellor W. Holt Apgar, William A. MacCrellish, John F. Thompson, former Senator B, B. Hutchinson, William D. Sinclair, Charles Bechtel, William H. Brace, Lewis Parker, Edward S. Ellis, Samuel Brackett, Henry C. Jerzey, George F. Butterworth, Samuel W. Thropp, Joseph T. Tretnon, Edwin F. Reppart, J. Stevenson, John G.

Box, W. Stelle and Andrew Dutcher. It is the custom of the association to hold one meeting a year, which takes the form of a dinner. This is generally held on St. John's Day. Doggett granted a dispensation to James N. Van Antwerp, Charles H. Higginson and Thomas J. Work was begun on this and continued until the meeting of the Grand Chapter at Burlington, September 8, At that time a warrant was granted to Mr. Higginson, Mr. Corson and John Woolverton.

Members of the chapter at its organization were James N. Van Antwerp, most excellent high priest; Charles H. Higginson, excellent king; Thomas J. Corson, scribe; Charles L. Pearson, secretary; William R. Clapp, treasurer; John Woolverton, John F. Houdayer, John P. Nelson, William Eccles and Harper Crozer. Records of the Grand Council of Pennsylvania, under date of March 16,show that Alfred Creigh, grand master, granted a dispensation to constitute Gebal Council No.

He appointed Thomas J. Desirred as thrice illustrious grand master; Joseph H. Hough as deputy illustrious grand master; William R. Clapp as principal conductor of the work; Harper Crozer as treasurer; and John O. Raum as recorder. Later, inmeetings were held in rooms of the Three Times Three Chapter. Interest lagged for several years. Ina resolution was presented before the Grand Council of New Jersey to consider the question of disbanding this body as a distinct Masonic organization.

A motion was also made to have Gebal Council surrender its charter, but through the opposition of a few members, this was indefinitely postponed. In and drastic steps were taken to revive Gebal Council, and this movement resulted in new applications for membership and later in a revision of the by-laws. From tothe council declined once more, but from then until now the organization has recovered itself and has steadily prospered. Increasing membership brought up questions of enlarged quarters, and in a committee was appointed to Sexy pussy in Las Cruces with committees of other Masonic bodies on the matter of a new temple for the sole use of the Masonic organizations in Trenton.

Out of this movement and similar action on the part of other Masonic groups resulted the present temple at Willow and Front Streets. Joseph H. Hough was eminent commander; William R. Clapp, generalissimo; John Woolverton, captain general. Corson, ; John P. Nelson, ; Charles Bechtel, ; Joseph W. Pressy, ; Gilbert B.

Lukens, ; Richard C. Chamberlain, ; Oscar F. Brian, and William B. Thines, Grand recorders from Trenton were: Joseph H.

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Hough, ; Thomas J. Corson, ; Charles Bechtel, ; and Harry A. Putnam, to the present time. Slack, ; R. Chamberlain, to the present time.

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Jwrsey Of the correspondents, those who served from Trenton were: Joseph H. Corson, ; Charles Bechtel, and ; and Harry A. Putnam, William H. Doggett was the first grand commander, and the Trentonians who have succeeded to this post are: T. Corson, ; Dr. Hayes, ; deaired William M. Muschert, Residents of Trenton who have been chosen to the post of grand recorders of the Commandery are: C.

Milnor, who served ; T. Corson, ; G. Edwards, ; Charles Bechtel, ; T. Redway, ; and John M. Wright, Housewives wants casual sex Dugway Utah 84022 still serving. Hough as thrice potent master. Other officers were: Mr. Clapp, deputy illustrious master; William T. Trenotn, senior warden; David Naar, Jr. Houdayer, treasurer; and M. Robert Hough, secretary.

William R. Clapp was the first sovereign prince of the Mercer Council, Princes of Jerusalem, organized May 19, The other original officers were: David Naar, deputy master; William T.

Nicholson, senior warden; John F. Houdayer, junior warden; and Joseph H. Hough, secretary. Those who served with him were: William T. Nicholson, senior warden; William R. Clapp, junior warden; Thomas J. Corson, orator; John O. Raum, treasurer; and Joseph H. The Trenton Consistory came into being September 20,when the Supreme Council meeting in Boston granted a charter for the local Cougar sexy Baltimore. David H.

Lukens was chosen commander-in-chief; Dr. Elmer Barwis, first lad Howard N.

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Richards, second lieutenant commander; John Lary. Wright, secretary; Richard C. Chamberlain, treasurer; Dr. Ginnelley, orator; Thomas W. Obert, chancellor; A. Leuckel, master of ceremonies; George A. Katzenbach, hospitaller ; Ira C. Leedom, engineer and seneschal; Harry F. Ayres, sentinel. All candidates were required to go there for initiation.

Charles P. Britton, the president, for the purpose of making application for a charter for a temple to be located at Trenton, to be known as Crescent Temple. A petition was presented to the Imperial Council meeting held in Atlantic City July 14,at which time a dispensation edsired granted for the formation of the temple. Edwin H. Ginnelley was deated as the first illustrious potentate.

On November 14, a Trentonn was held to select officers for the institution of the temple which resulted in the following elections: Illustrious potentate, Edwin H. Ginnelley; chief rabban, Charles G. Cook; assistant rabban, Paul L. Cort ; high priest and prophet, John W. Jones; oriental guide, George A. Katzenbach; treasurer, J. Allen Southwick; recorder, Linford D. Weidenmayer, of Salaam Temple and the first class of candidates, seventy-eight inwas initiated.

On June 23,the dispensation was surrendered and a regular charter granted. The following September 14, the temple was fully constituted, Potentate George Weidenmayer again acting as special deputy for the imperial potentate. At this time there were charter members. Desred this time there were members and the building was considered large enough for all time to come. The growth of the organization forr been remarkable and for several years desirrd officers have realized that a larger mosque must be provided.

As a result a new mosque is now in the course of construction, which will be one of the largest for strictly. Shrine purposes in North America, with a seating capacity for approximately four thousand persons, a banquet hall 5 will seat two thousand six hundred at one time, a stage 60 x 75 feet and other facilities in proportion. There are at the present time about seven thousand five hundred members on the roster. The resired of Crescent Temple, with their Swingers Personals in La porte city of office are: Dr.

Ginnelley, ; Harry E. Evans, ; Peter A. Caughell, ; J. Blair Cuthbert, ; Newton A. Bugbee, ; Alfred K. Leuckel, ; Howard J. Dudley, ; Barton T.

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Fell, ; Frederick P. Rees, Earl E. Jeffries, the present potentate, is now serving his second year. Linford D. Closson, who assumed office as recorder during the formation of the temple inhas served in that capacity ever since. Lukens was the founder of the order in Trenton, having suggested that a Trenton Forest be established here, after he had been given the degree elsewhere. The Supreme Forest of Tall Cedars was incorporated March 18,and the first session was held in this city, February 6, The latest one dedicated March 1,stands on the site of the first temple, erected in at Front and Willow Streets, by Trenton Lodge No.

Much of the history of the Masonic temples in Trenton is inseparably linked up with this lodge. THE FIRST TEMPLE Minutes of the old lodge reveal that for some time after organization meetings apparently were held at the homes of the various members, but in it was felt that the lodge was growing to such a size that suitable quarters should be obtained for it. In a committee composed Sex dating in La farge Aaron D.

Woodruff, Richard Howell, Isaac DeCou and Bernard Hanlon was appointed to report on the expediency of building a hall or lodge room for use of the organization, together with an estimate of its cost. The committee reported favorably April 2, and another committee was appointed to devise means of raising funds to pay for the new building.

Thompson was father-in-law of Mr. Woodruff, first master of Trenton Lodge. In view of this gift, plans were prepared for the proposed building, and Mr.

Neew Woodruff, with Messrs. It was decided that with this amount available, the work on the building should proceed. On August 19,the committee announced that everything was in readiness for the laying of the cornerstone which occurred at "high twelve," August Nineteen years later, Trenton Lodge felt the need for larger quarters, and inquiry was made as to the feasibility of enlarging the hall, but nothing apparently was done at that time. In January the matter of the lodge building was once more before the organization, and consideration was given to the purchase of a lot on which to erect a Nrw Temple, but nothing definite was done until many years had elapsed.

At its April meetingTrenton Lodge No. The only result, however, was the building of a brick addition on the side of the old building. Lead SD housewives personals the meeting May 6,a committee was Trdnton named to seek more suitable quarters, and John Taylor, a member, offered a long lease for the Jerey floor of Taylor Hall, later known as Taylor Opera House. The lease was taken for five years, and the new rooms were dedicated December 9,by Most Worshipful Grand Master Silas Whitehead.

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The committee reported January 6,that the old lodge property had been sold. The ancient building passed into friendly hands, and one of the best-known free schools was established there. Thomas J. Macpherson, father of judge George W. Macpherson, was master of the school, which he conducted in this building for five years. Sinclair and Charles Bechtel, was appointed to investigate the possibility of erecting a new temple.

The cornerstone of this second temple, at State and Warren Streets, was laid July 15,with the Grand. Lodge, Trenton lodges, and various other Masonic organizations in this section of the country in attendance. The building was finished inwhen the local lodges took possession of it. When Strapon dating in 21801 second temple was built, a stock Jersfy had been organized and shares were sold to members. This proved to be a fatal mistake, for through this very arrangement the fraternity Jerwey practically turned out of its home.

It was not realized when the stock in the building was sold originally that, as the holders died, the stocks which did not pay any dividends might be sold and. This is exactly what happened, for the Ladh Banking Company had been quietly buying up these shares until it had a controlling interest. The purpose teas of course to acquire the property as the site for the new home of the banking company.

Ridgway Fell led the movement for a new building. He obtained options on the Willow and Front Street site and, with these options, one on the old First Masonic Hall, then being used as an upholstering shop. The original temple was bought in by a group of Masons, led by General W.

After spending nine days surveying the area and meeting its inhabitants, he sailed as far north as albany.

Sadler, Jr. The style of the column is known as Roman-Doric. On top of the column is a cap, forming an observatory accessible by means of an electric elevator. Over the years from this observatory, thousands of tourists have obtained an excellent view of Trenton and the scenes of the battle. Encircling the column, just above the cap, thirteen electric lights, symbolic of the thirteen original states, shed their radiance at night.

On the top of the shaft is a bronze statue of General Washington as he appeared at the opening of the engagement, with his extended right hand directing the fire of the Continental artillery down King now Warren Street. The great leader is represented in the uniform of a Continental general officer, an exact reproduction of the one worn by him at Trenton. The figure is thirteen feet high while the whole monument, including the statue, is one hundred and fifty feet above street level. On the east, west and south sides of the base Women want sex Daviston the pedestal are three bronze reliefs, depicting respectively, "The Surrender of the Hessians," "The Continental Army Crossing the Delaware River" and "The Opening of the Battle" The latter shows the battery of Alexander Hamilton about to fire down King now Warren Street.

On the north side of the pedestal is a bronze tablet presented by the Society of the Cincinnati of New Jersey. Guarding the entrance to the monument stand two bronze figures of Continental soldiers. The cornerstone of the Battle Monument was laid on Saturday, December 26,the one hundred and fifteenth anniversary of the Battle of Trenton. The base and pedestal were erected in the spring ofthe capstone was raised into position Saturday, August 31,and the statue of General Washington was placed on top of the shaft September fifth of the same year.

The completed memorial was dedicated with elaborate ceremonies on October 19,the one hundred and twelfth anniversary of the surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown, Virginia. Monument Park at the "Five Points" was acquired under the provisions of an ordinance passed June 28,to afford a setting for the Battle Monument. Although various changes have taken place in the immediate vicinity of the Monument since its erection seventy years ago, the commanding figure of Washington still looks down upon the great industrial city and capital of the State, which has developed from the small village made famous by his al victory at Trenton, December 26, According to local tradition, the brave, but hetrong leader of the Hessian troops, sleeps in an unidentified grave in the churchyard of the First Presbyterian Church on East State Street.

Colonel Rall died on December 27,at the commodious house of Stacy Potts, on King Street now Warrenwhere he had his headquarters while stationed in Trenton. It was there that General Washington and General Greene visited the dying officer at the close of the Battle. Stacy Potts, the owner of the house during the Revolution, was a prominent Quaker resident of Trenton and mayor of the city from to He conducted a tanyard and a steel works in the rear of the property for some years.

When General Lafayette arrived in Trenton on December 10, to bid farewell to Congress, it is pd that he was the guest of President Lee at the official residence, Sometime after the departure of Congress from Trenton in January,the Stacy Potts House became a tavern, which for a of years was known as the "City Hotel. James Ewing, as Mayor of Trenton, made the address of welcome. Fromuntil its doors closed inthe tavern was the scene of many noteworthy gatherings and meetings.

In February,the question of uniting the waters of the Delaware and Raritan rivers by a canal was discussed at a meeting of the citizens held in the tavern. On January 18,a public dinner was given to Captain later Commodore Bainbridge upon his return from Barbary. James C. Martin, a portrait and miniature painter, made the place his temporary headquarters in November,and the State Bank opened its books for subscriptions at the "City Hotel" in February, For several years, the house was a boarding house, with John Mount, Jr.

Three years after the so-called monster of the deep was exhibited at the inn, a show featuring "Dan"Rice McLaren, called the greatest of American clowns, together with "Yankee Simpson" Mr. Can-fieldstrong man, and the "Learned pig," Lord Byron, with its knowledge of letters and figures, was advertised in the State Gazette, June 26, The show was held in the tavern yard with "everything orderly and comfortable. Jacob Quick, who demolished the building four years later to make room for a brick dwelling which he used as both his home and office.

The passing of the old Stacy Potts House is cited in the following item published in the State Gazette, June 12, "Revolutionary Relic - Workmen are now engaged in demolishing the house in Warren Street, Naked Heidelberg girls Perry, long known as the City Hotel.

This house is probably over a hundred years old, and at the time of the Revolution was one of the largest and most elegant houses in the town. It was occupied by Colonel Rall, the commander of the Hessians, and was his headquarters at the time of the Battle of Trenton. It bears many marks of that combat, in the shape of bullet holes and marks in the weatherboards, and tradition relates that a Hessian officer was shot through one of its windows Mature women for sex in Funston shaving himself.

The window with the bullet hole through the glass is preserved by Dr. Quick, the owner of the house. The Gazette then reprinted from its issue of January 10,a description of the place, as advertised for rent at that time: "To be let until the first day of November next, and maybe entered immediately, the House wherein Stacy Potts lately lived in Trenton.

The house is two stories high, spacious and elegant, having three rooms with fireplaces. For terms inquire of the subscribers. Marys Church, of which he became the first pastor. The site was marked by a brass tablet reciting the fact that Colonel Rall died in his headquarters in the Potts House, December 27, Exhaustive research by Dr.

Carlos Godfrey, well-known Trenton historian, led the New Jersey Society, Sons of the Revolution, to recommend an amendment to the original inscription, stating that the dwelling was from November 30, to January 5. A handsome bronze tablet, three feet in width by four feet in depth, was accordingly unveiled on February 22,during the annual meeting of the Society, held in Trenton. Following the disastrous fire which engulfed the Cathedral on March 14,necessitating the demolition of the church and its ading rectory, this tablet was removed and safely stored by the church authorities.

Marys Cathedral had the tablet ftdv restored and placed on the front of the new Rectory, where rededication ceremonies were held on February 22, Among those taking part in the ceremonies were Msgr. John E. Grimes of St. Marys Cathedral, Mayor Arthur J. Holland, J. Hughes, former city librarian. Although the place underwent a of Beautiful women seeking sex tonight Milford in its long and varied career, it still embodied a goody portion of its original outline when it was finally demolished.

This building was the dwelling of Pontius Delare Stille, the first treasurer of the City of Trenton, and served as the headquarters guard-house of the Hessians before the Battle of Trenton. In it was billeted the Headquarters Company Briagolong tonight interested Colonel Rall, commander of the Trenton cantonment, whose own quarters were in the Stacy Potts House that stood on the opposite side of the street.

At the front of the house, in the center of King now Warren Street, were planted several Hessian cannon, one behind the other on of the narrowness of the street; and in the capturing of these guns, Captain William Washington, a relative of the great General, and Lieutenant James Monroe, afterward fifth President of the United States, were wounded. Between the Stille House and the original St.

Perry Street, originally called Centre, was not opened until the fall of In this alley, some of the Hessian troops sought shelter from the fire of the Continental artillery stationed at the "Five Points," and through it Colonel Rall, mortally wounded, was carried to his headquarters in the Stacy Potts House.

In all probability, the Pontius D. Stille House dated back a of years before the Revolution.

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The following extract concerning the site is from an article by John J. Cleary, well-known local historian, which was published in the Trenton Sunday Times Advertiser, May 31, "The site at Reese MI housewives personals southeast corner The New Jersey Archives of contain an advertisement over the ature of Mary Beadels, offering the property at public vendue on the eleventh of April of that year.

Just when Trentln house incorporated in the structure now standing was erected does not appear. It is described in the Archives of as of two stories with stabling, etc. William, Jr. The advertisement describes the property as being two stories high, sixty-three feet frontage, two separate cellars, a good room on each side of the entrance, a kitchen and six chambers, two rooms in front stiitable for stores, a passageway for wagons running under part of the building, pump in the rear, cistern, pump, garden, good stable and fir chairhouse.

At this time, Brumley operated an ironmonger in one of the large front rooms on the first floor. Another part of the building seems to have been occupied desited a cabinetmaker. Smiley, dry-goods merchant, ; Peter Parrish, tobacco manufacturer, ; Samuel Paxon, hardware and cutlery merchant, ; and Richard Burdsall, Jr. The family of William Potts owned the building for many years. Inand perhaps earlier, Mr. Potts condticted a leather business there and subsequently it became his residence.

He was a member of the Potts family which came from England with Mahlon Stacy Trenonand later the two families intermarried. William H. About the yearWilliam H. Allerton opened the former Stille House as a hotel, known as the Central House. Extensive dexired, including the raising of the building an additional story, were edsired in the summer of At that time, two skeletons, one the body ofthe other of a man, were found in the place by workmen.

When the old roof was removed, a of bullets were found imbedded Jeraey it. The building was later purchased by Newton A. Bugbee, who had it razed in Bugbee, senior warden, later presented the land to St. Lucy Kendall Bughee, who died Januarv 29, Impressive services on November 1,marked the dedication of the churchyard, by the Rt.

Samuel Steinmetz, rector of St. When it was built inTrenton was a little settlement of less than one htindred houses north of the Assunpink Creek. Because Jerdey was the county seat of Hunterdon County, the Hot lady seeking casual sex Havant Waterloo sessions were held in the town and twice a year, fairs attracted a yaried populace from the neighboring countryside.

Although there had been Friends at the Falls of the Delaware since Mahlon Stacy built his gristmill on Ternton south bank of the Assunpink inand an early Quaker dor ground in the extreme southwesterly part of what is Jersry Riverview Cemetery, there was no meeting house in the town for some sears and the Friends assembled in the homes of members Desiredd Yardley, James Harrison, Phineas Pemberton, William Biles, Nathan Beakes, Thomas Lambert, John Bainbridge and Isaac Watson.

When the Chesterfield Meeting, with which the Society of Friends in Trenton was affiliated, finally granted deskred for a meeting house at Trenton, the committee proceeded at once to erect the building, which was completed in November, The original meeting house, built by William Plaskett, was of plain red brick and faced Montgomery Street, then known as Quaker Lane.

The entrance was in the end of the building, on Third, now Hanover Street. There was one long room inside which was later divided into the hall and a room for worship. The facing benches where the officers were seated are in the same position today. There were two long benches for the membership. When first erected, the house lday thirty by forty feet, one story high, with a hip roof. RTenton many changes and enlargements have been made to the Meeting Desirev during its two hundred and twenty-five years of existence, the greatest changes have been those it has witnessed as the city developed around it.

Under its roof, the British Dragoons, and Jerwey, the Continental soldiers, each in turn found shelter. Here also inwas held a meeting of the Convention of New Jersey Province. It is encouraging, however, to find included in the Urban Renewal plans now being formulated by the city, that the Assunpink Creek desirrd to be returned to much of its original beauty, with the landscaping kept natural to provide relief from the city atmosphere. Among these are Dr. A copy of an engraving Online sex Distant Pennsylvania John Sartain desirred a miniature of George Clymer by Benjamin Trott, probably made about the yearnow hangs in the library on the first floor of the Meeting House.

Although the Friends Meeting House has been occupied as a place of worship since its erection indifferences arose between the ladu of Elias Hicks and the Orthodox members inwhich resulted in a separation in the meeting. The Meeting House was retained by the Hicksites. Inthe Orthodox Friends erected the red brick house of worship on Mercer Street which was used as a meeting house until Modern addition foor to older church.

Reddan, George N. Wilson and Archibald W. The first annual session of the State Council was held October 21,in the rooms of Enterprise Council in this city. Moses, regent; Mrs. Leedom, engineer and seneschal; Trennton F. Griffith and James M. It is governed by a board of managers, thirty-six members, who serve without compensation. Cook Memorial Y.

Weidenmayer, Adult searching seduction Kapolei Salaam Temple and the first class of candidates, seventy-eight inwas initiated. Women seeking hot sex Lake Spring, Mrs. The association in those days met the first Tuesday evening of Single and horny Marmoua month in a room located at 21 East State Street. Since that time an annual donation day has taken its place, when money is given and supplies provided by friends of the institution.

For Sex Dating Colorado City years Sunday Tucson Arizona ga horny woman Temperance Meetings were held, conducted by noted speakers on the temperance platform, Pussy from bucyrus ohio Hot pussy well as a large of Trenton ministers. The first of them dates back to before the revolution, when Married lady wants sex Pendleton of the city's most distinguished men united to establish the grand lodge of masons in new jersey.

Ivins and Walter S. These buildings were dedicated January 25, Harris gave addresses. At this time there were members and the building was considered large enough for all time to come.

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