Der falsche Auserwählte (Artesian 1) (German Edition)

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To eternal memory. Considering that — — —. The apprentices or servants were not yet regarded as members of the guild or of the Craft; as Bro. Heldmann also quite rightly says at the cited place of p. But in order to remain in it namely, in such good habits and so forth — — etc. The ancient builders came together under the chairmanship of the master and of the patron, either in the lodge, or in another room.


This room was often the parlour of the monasteries, but often also another venue. This is why the old English Constitutions see here, p.

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This was the commonly valid form of taking resolutions in the builders corporations. See this regulation in the statutes of the York Constitution, p.

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Compare here, p. That is to say: gefreiiget [liberated] or gefreyet [also liberated] , as in accepeted as a free member, bespoken to Master or Free-Master. This agrees fully with the customary use of speech in England, which is still common among all craftsmen see IV , p. This linguistic usage is still evident even in the word: the Gefreite [the Corporal] that is: that "old, well-serving soldier, who does not stand guard on guard duty, but rather runs the post, takes care of the replacements of the guard, and is sent the dispatches".

Therefore, they should not serve with any other trade" that is: work with it , "unless they choose to do so. The meaning is, such as they these buildings have come to us handed down, or consigned and until now have been executed.

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In the same fashion it is said here in m geheiner : anyone. We find similar Statutes in the old English constitutions. See here on page and p. We found this provision in all the old English masonic constitutions. See here p. This perhaps means: "not openly," or even: "did not turn to them. Heldmann here reads: and another master, who comes — — —.

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Such work can be shared with anyone who is a brother. Such constructions drawings are still in existence in Germany, such as, for example, those of the building of the minster at Strasburg itself, made by its architect, Erwin von Steinbach see IV , p. Schottel also has: compensare. Likewise, a Kehrunge means: a compensation. See, p. See page 98, n. In this context, Bro.

Heldmann remarks: "In the lodges were called Parlierer orators, speakers , and held the rank between that of fellow and of master. As Bro. Osterrieth himself an apprentice of the Strasburger building lodge, and the architect at Arau assures that they carried this title because, in the absence of the master, they were in charge of receiving, in the hall above the lodge, the greetings, and conduct the examination, of the foreign fellows passing through, or asking for assistance, or had to speak to him in the language of the art.

In regard to the usual ceremonies in doing so, see further down p. The office of a lodge Orator or Speaker is, according to this, much older than the constitution of the English Moderns. Osterrieth attributes to the Parlierers. These two Overseers or Wardens , are called in England also setters , because they admit the brethren to the work, and set them to work.

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See the building contract of Fodringhey in IV! The printed Statutes, however, also has: for the sake of the fellows. And no workman or master shall openly live in adultery while engaged in Masonry, 5 but if someone does it and does not desist, no travelling fellow or stonemason shall work with him in his furterances, or have association with him. Even now, the manual craft trainees in Germany are often called servants , and also in England go by: servants.

The apprentices were admitted as novices , had to serve seven years, and were then made into Brethren , that is: accepted as members of the guild. They were distinguished from day laborers and unskilled labourers. See all the English constitution records! So we see in the old building contract from Fodringhey which I imparted in IV , that the architect had to expressly promise not to hire any workers, and not to increae their number, without the consent of the owner of the work. But if a fellow were to take a legitimate wife in marriage and was not employed in a Lodge, and had to established himself in a city, and had to work under a city guild, 4 he shall pay four pennies every Ember Week , but he shall be exempt from having to pay the weekly penny, while he is not employed in the Lodge.

The stonemasons then saw themselves compelled, and likewise the freemasons in England as well, " to be enrolled in a branch of the urban Guild of masons, without, however, submitting themselves to the guild's legislation, because they considered their art to be far more sublime than the manual craft of masonry.

And when an itinerant [traveling] fellow wants to resume his journey, he should leave the Lodge and his master without being indebted to anyone, and with no one having any quarrel against him, so that he does so 3 in an proper and correct manner.

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However, if the master contravenes these regulations and acts in violation of them, then anyone can give notice of it. From it comes: unruly , strained with someone , and more of the likes. But if one breaks the rule for the first time, and would be repentant: then if he — — —. But if someone who is a member of the fraternity, without malice, would need to have one or two articles in writing, 6 said master may well give them to him in writing, and the same master shall ensure that every year these Statutes are read aloud to the fellows in lodge.

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This means: "If anyone would need to have some articles of the Statutes in writing, without having evil intent," — perhaps to conduct a legal dispute. See I, p. See here, p. Heldmann ; and it is indeed still present in all the English lodges, at least according to the law , even according to Book of Constitutions of see here, p. Ordenunge der Steinmetzen 1 —. Siehe IV S. Zu ewiger Gedechtnisse. Um aber darin nehmlich, in solchen guten Gewohnheiten u. Die alten Bauleute kamen unter Vorsitz des Meisters und der Patrone entweder in der Loge, oder in sonst einem Zimmer, zusammen.

Daher nennen die altenglischen Constitutionen s. Siehe diese Verordnung in den Satzungen an der YC. Vergleiche hier S. Siehe hier S. Eben diese Einrichtung fanden wir in allen alten englischen Maurerconstitutionen. Dergleichen Baurisse sind in Deutschland noch mehre vorhanden, so z. Auch Schottel hat: compensare. Siehe S. Hierzu bemerkt Br. Wie Br. Die NE. Osterrieth den Parlierern zuschreibt.

Die gedruckte Ordnung hat aber auch: umb Gesellen willen. Daher kommt: widerspenstig, mit Einem gespannt sein , udm. Bescheid ertheilen. Siehe I , S. Heldmann ; und es ist wirklich noch jetzt bei allen englischen Logen, wenigstens dem Gesetzte nach , vorhanden, auch nach dem Const. Buche vom J.