but the Committee are of opinion that immediate action in this Grand Lodge is not advisable. The committee therefore recommend the adoption of the lollowing resolution:—
Rtsolvtd, That it is not expedient that any action be had by this Grand Lodge at the present Communication, on the subject of French and Scottish rites.
JOHN D. W1LLARD, RICHAKD ELL1S, STEPHEN A. CUFFIN.
Ordered, that the Grand Secretary of the Grand Lodge, and the Secretary of every subordinate Lodge shall keep a book, in whicli shall be written or printed the follovving words i—44 the subscribers do promise upon the pledge of our Masonic obligations and honor, that while we continue within the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of the State of New-York, we will support and conform to the constitution and regulations thereofto whioh every member of said Lodge shall subscribe bis name, and eveiy visiter shall subsoribe the same before he shall be permilted to enter the Lodge: and every applicant for reliëf shall the same before his petition shall be acted on by the Grand Lodge, the Grand Stewards, or by any subordinate Lodge.
After the transaction of some other business, the Grand Lodge adjourned to meet at 4 o'clock, this afternoon, at the Shakspeare, to dedicate the new Lodge koom, and to meet again at the Grand Lodge Room, at 7 o'clock tlns evening.
The Grand Lodge convened pursuant to adjournment at 4 o'clock, on Friday afternoon, at the Shakspeare Hotel, for the purpose of dedicating the new Lodge Room htted up at that place.
Rt W. Wm. Willis, D. G. M. as Grand Master.
« » Joseph Cuyler, as D. Grand Master.
» lohnS Perrv, Grand Warden.
" James J. Timpson, as J. Grand Warden.
" Richard Pennell, as Grand Secretary.
« Richard Ellis, as Grand Treasurer.
» « James Herring, as Grand Chaplain.
And other officers and members of the Grand Lodge as before.