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Masonic Song.

. The following new Masonic song, "Tl|6i Corner Stone," has just been published *-m> I London. The words are by Oxenford, and the music has been f composed,by|Bro A. F. Gaul,: who^is^so'well^.knoim in Masonic and musical circles of the great metropolis.- - ?"(';.: '" \l' \J '}' xl With life so brief, can man afford, To waste its hours in hate ?. •■ > : 'Gainst harmony to draw the sword, And peace. lay desolate ? ? . . Ah, no ! in sweet fraternal love All men on earth should live,, „. . .„ y And teach their hearts, all things above, | ( Tis manly, to forgive! .'. : •So let the heart of man build up -"■ ;' '"^ A fortress of its own, " '"-* With walls that discord cannot scale, ,„, And Love'its corner-stone. r' J- * , Chorus—So : lettheheart, etc. Prom those distrest and sore in need Should man avert his ear, And turn aside from those that plead With many a sigh and tear ? Ah, no !he should with tender word • Assuage their pangs of grief, r ..; And with a hand by piiy stirred . r ;-' t ' "% „ Afford their wants relief !.' * .'^, \\'\ \*T So let the heart of man build xi|p V. ;Ci A fortress of its own, ' '. '*'.^ •".'. '".', .With walls that discord cannot scal«y ! '_ <v I; Relifef its corner-stone.- .• ' ; "''■'' , Xhorus—Sojet theheai'fc, etci"

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Masonic Song., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2397, 10 April 1890

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Masonic Song. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2397, 10 April 1890

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