WE, THE REGULAR GRAND LODGE
Of THE MOST ANCIENT AND HONOURABLE
FRATERNITY OF FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS OF ENGLAND
IN AMPLE FORM Assembled, according to the Old Constitutions regularly and solemnly established under the auspices of Prince Edwin in the City of York, England, in the year 926 A.D. viz:
TO ALL AND EVERY OUR RIGHT WORSHIPFUL, WORSHIPFUL AND LOVING BRETHREN
We the Masonic High Council the Mother High Council of the World, of the Most Ancient and Honourable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of England
KNOW YE That We the Founding Members, Senior Grand Officers of the Masonic High Council the Mother High Council of the World of Craft Freemasonry, Assembled at London this day of our Lord the 16th of September 2006 have decided and agreed that in order to prevent the dilution and any further loss to our uses and customs this Grand Assembly of Senior Grand Officers have decided to sign this, “TREATY OF LONDON”
WHEREAS All present signatory, the Masonic High Councils of France, Italy, Lebanon, Slovenia, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, Argentina, United States of America, Middle East, India, Albania, Madeira, Brazil, Mexico and Greece promise to foster the enlightenment of the Masons under this new Confederation of Regular Grand Lodges by the means of Papers upon History, Antiquities, and Symbols of the Craft, to cultivate a desire for Masonic Research, and to stimulate a high standard of working in local Lodges, and to generally foster Masonic good-fellowship, and to promote the true Landmarks of English Craft Freemasonry and the Grand Principles upon which our Order is founded.
GIVEN under our Hands and the Seal of the Masonic High Council the Grand Lodge at London this 16th September A.L. 6006 A.D. 2006.
BY COMMAND OF THE SENIOR GRAND OFFICERS OF THE MASONIC HIGH COUNCIL THE MOTHER HIGH COUNCIL OF THE WORLD
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The Regular Grand Lodge of England Preserving the original Tradition of Craft Freemasonry and to amend what has happen amiss, and to hold a yearly communication and general assembly.
The Regular Grand Lodge of England