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Shibboleth - A Templar Monitor - g Cooper Connor

Shibboleth - A Templar Monitor - g Cooper Connor

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S H II B B O L E T H
A TEMPLAR MONITOR

by
SIR GEORGE COOPER CONNER

OR
Fifth Edition

ashville, Tennessee: Order of the Red Cross
[1894]
Dedication.
TO
SIR JOHN P. S. GOBIN,
M. E. Past Grand Master of the Grand Encampment.
TO WHOM I AM INDEBTED
FOR NUMEROUS PROOFS OF KINDNESS AND SYMPATHY
DURING THE YEARS OF OUR ACQUAINTANCE,
I DEDICATE THIS MONITOR.
p. 4 p. 5
PREFACE TO FIFTH EDITIO
.
THE early demand for the Fifth Edition of SHIBBOLETH, a demand the publishers scarcely anticipated in
times like these, affords the author an opportunity to add several important matters to the volume, thus
rendering it still more valuable to the Order of the Temple. So far as now seen this edition is a complete
Monitor.
This edition contains all that appeared in the Fourth Edition, with a few errors corrected, and the
Banners of Judah and Persia. There is also added a "Third Appendix," which contains directions for the
Reception of Grand Officers; Hints to Eminent Commanders, and Rules of Order; Rituals for Divine
Worship; Ritual of a Conclave of Sorrow; Ritual for the Christmas Observance; a Form for Recorder's
Minutes; an Arrangement of Asylum and Prelate's Hall; and some Hints on Templar Banquets.
This Monitor reaches farther in its helpfulness than any that has been prepared heretofore. But it has
not attempted to describe the Robes, and other equipments not universally accepted by the Order. Many
requests have been made for the insertion of such descriptive matter, and the requests have been
declined in the interests of peace. Such an attempt would develop acrimonious controversies.
My thanks are due, and they are hereby returned to the Fratres all over the Union, from Maine to
Mexico, and the Atlantic to the Pacific, for the kind reception given the former editions of this Monitor,
and for the many valuable hints received from all sources. It is the author's sincere desire to make this
volume complete in all respects, and he will still be grateful for all suggestions looking to such
completeness.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Feb. 10, 1894.
S H II B B O L E T H
A TEMPLAR MONITOR

by
SIR GEORGE COOPER CONNER

OR
Fifth Edition

ashville, Tennessee: Order of the Red Cross
[1894]
Dedication.
TO
SIR JOHN P. S. GOBIN,
M. E. Past Grand Master of the Grand Encampment.
TO WHOM I AM INDEBTED
FOR NUMEROUS PROOFS OF KINDNESS AND SYMPATHY
DURING THE YEARS OF OUR ACQUAINTANCE,
I DEDICATE THIS MONITOR.
p. 4 p. 5
PREFACE TO FIFTH EDITIO
.
THE early demand for the Fifth Edition of SHIBBOLETH, a demand the publishers scarcely anticipated in
times like these, affords the author an opportunity to add several important matters to the volume, thus
rendering it still more valuable to the Order of the Temple. So far as now seen this edition is a complete
Monitor.
This edition contains all that appeared in the Fourth Edition, with a few errors corrected, and the
Banners of Judah and Persia. There is also added a "Third Appendix," which contains directions for the
Reception of Grand Officers; Hints to Eminent Commanders, and Rules of Order; Rituals for Divine
Worship; Ritual of a Conclave of Sorrow; Ritual for the Christmas Observance; a Form for Recorder's
Minutes; an Arrangement of Asylum and Prelate's Hall; and some Hints on Templar Banquets.
This Monitor reaches farther in its helpfulness than any that has been prepared heretofore. But it has
not attempted to describe the Robes, and other equipments not universally accepted by the Order. Many
requests have been made for the insertion of such descriptive matter, and the requests have been
declined in the interests of peace. Such an attempt would develop acrimonious controversies.
My thanks are due, and they are hereby returned to the Fratres all over the Union, from Maine to
Mexico, and the Atlantic to the Pacific, for the kind reception given the former editions of this Monitor,
and for the many valuable hints received from all sources. It is the author's sincere desire to make this
volume complete in all respects, and he will still be grateful for all suggestions looking to such
completeness.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Feb. 10, 1894.

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SS
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A TEMPLAR MOITOR 
by
SIR GEORGE COOPER COOR 
Fifth Editionashville, Tennessee: Order of the Red Cross[1894]
 
Dedication
.
TO
 
SIR JOHN P. S. GOBIN,
 M. E. Past Grand Master of the Grand Encampment 
.T
O WHOM
I
AM INDEBTED
 
FOR NUMEROUS PROOFS OF KINDNESS AND SYMPATHY
 
DURING THE YEARS OF OUR ACQUAINTANCE
,I
DEDICATE THIS MONITOR 
.
 
 
 p. 4
 
 p. 5
 
PREFACE TO FIFTH EDITIO.
T
HE
early demand for the Fifth Edition of S
HIBBOLETH
, a demand the publishers scarcely anticipated intimes like these, affords the author an opportunity to add several important matters to the volume, thusrendering it still more valuable to the Order of the Temple. So far as now seen this edition is a completeMonitor.This edition contains all that appeared in the Fourth Edition, with a few errors corrected, and theBanners of Judah and Persia. There is also added a "Third Appendix," which contains directions for theReception of Grand Officers; Hints to Eminent Commanders, and Rules of Order; Rituals for DivineWorship; Ritual of a Conclave of Sorrow; Ritual for the Christmas Observance; a Form for Recorder'sMinutes; an Arrangement of Asylum and Prelate's Hall; and some Hints on Templar Banquets.This Monitor reaches farther in its helpfulness than any that has been prepared heretofore. But it hasnot attempted to describe the Robes, and other equipments not universally accepted by the Order. Manyrequests have been made for the insertion of such descriptive matter, and the requests have beendeclined in the interests of peace. Such an attempt would develop acrimonious controversies.My thanks are due, and they are hereby returned to the Fratres all over the Union, from Maine toMexico, and the Atlantic to the Pacific, for the kind reception given the former editions of this Monitor,and for the many valuable hints received from all sources. It is the author's sincere desire to make thisvolume complete in all respects, and he will still be grateful for all suggestions looking to suchcompleteness.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Feb. 10, 1894
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