1798.009: Circular Letter from Grand Lodge of Virginia (January 1798).
Full Title: Richmond, Virginia, Jan. 28, A.D. 1798 A.L. 1798 Most worshipful sir & brother: The pleasurable office of communing with you, on the basis of fraternal correspondence, having been assigned to me, by the Grand Lodge of Virginia ...
Author: Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Virginia.
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: John Dixon Jr.
Description: 1 sheet; (broadside).
Apparently a cover letter for transmitting either the 1794-97 Treasurer's Report (1798.011) or the Proceedings of their November 1797 meeting (1798.010) or both. No copy known; existence recorded by several authorities, but the Early American Imprints Series did not film this particular item; that databank mistakenly links to the Proceedings of their October 1790 meeting (1790.020). John Dixon Jr., himself a Mason, was printer to the Grand Lodge from April 1791 until his death in May 1805, so the attribution here.
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