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Universi Terrarum orbis Architectionis per gloriam ingentis Deus meumque jus. Ordo ab chao. : In the name and at the special request of the Grand and Supreme Council of the most puissant sovereigns, Grand Inspectors General of the 33d Degree ... To all those to whom these letters shall come: Union, contentment and wisdom. Be it known and remembered, that whereas a certain individual of the name of Joseph Cerneau ... did, sometime this last spring, publish certain printed pamphlets ... wherein he stiles himself as Preview this item
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Universi Terrarum orbis Architectionis per gloriam ingentis Deus meumque jus. Ordo ab chao. : In the name and at the special request of the Grand and Supreme Council of the most puissant sovereigns, Grand Inspectors General of the 33d Degree ... To all those to whom these letters shall come: Union, contentment and wisdom. Be it known and remembered, that whereas a certain individual of the name of Joseph Cerneau ... did, sometime this last spring, publish certain printed pamphlets ... wherein he stiles himself as "most potent, sovereign grand commander of the thirty-third degree for the United States of America, their territories and dependencies," &c. &c. &c. And whereas the only lawful body of the kind in the United States of America, was legally established on the 31st May, 5801, at the city of Charleston, South-Carolina ...

Author: Emanuel De La Motta; John Mitchell; Frederick Dalcho; Scottish Rite (Masonic order). Supreme Council of Grand Inspectors General of the 33rd Degree in the United States of America.
Publisher: [New York : s.n., 1814]
Series: Early American imprints., Second series ;, no. 31313.
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Named Person: Joseph Cerneau
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Emanuel De La Motta; John Mitchell; Frederick Dalcho; Scottish Rite (Masonic order). Supreme Council of Grand Inspectors General of the 33rd Degree in the United States of America.
OCLC Number: 426077586
Notes: Manifesto issued by Emanuel De La Motta, declaring Joseph Cerneau to be an imposter, and his Masonic works to be unlawful and void, and recognizing the Supreme Council of Grand Inspectors General of the 33d Degree for the Northern District of the United States of America, as organized by De La Motta, to be the lawful council in New York. Cf. Harris, Ray Baker. History of the Supreme Council, 33' ... Washington, D.C., 1964, p. 49-50, 109-126.
Signed and dated: In testimony whereof I ... have delivered the present ... at this Grand East of New-York City ... this 21st day of September, 1813. ... E. De La Motta, K-H.; S.P.R.S. sovereign grand inspector general of the 33d degree ...
Followed on p. [2] by: Deus meumque jus. In the name and in behalf of the Supreme Grand Council, of Sovereign Grand Inspectors General of the 33d Degree, holding its sittings in Charleston, South-Carolina; We do hereby approve of, and confirm, all and every of the foregoing declaration and proceedings of our illustrious brother, E.D. La Motta ... dated this 24th day of December, 5813. Jn. Mitchell, K-H. P.R.S. sovereign grand inspector general of the 33d Degree ... Frederick Dalcho, K-H. P.R.S. sovereign grand director general of the 33d degree ... Issued by me this [blank] day of January, 5814 [i.e., 1814]. E. De La Motta ...
Reproduction Notes: Electronic text and image data. [Chester, Vt. : Readex, a division of Newsbank, Inc., 2004-2007] Includes files in TIFF, GIF and PDF formats with inclusion of keyword searchable text. (Early American imprints. Second series ; no. 31313).
Description: [4] p. ; 40 cm.
Series Title: Early American imprints., Second series ;, no. 31313.
Other Titles: To all those to whom these letters shall come: Union, contentment and wisdom.

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