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upon this occasion, and that a copy of these resolutions be sent to them, that a copy be sent to the B. of R. C. Journal for publication and that a copy be placed on file.
CHAS. H. CULPEPPER,
It is needless to say that the affair was a huge success from every point of view, and was much enjoyed by all present. The speaking was very interesting and instructive and was listened to with much pleasure, but the real pleasure of the evening began when the guests were turned over to Brother C. A. Osborne, chairman of the entertainment committee, who sustained his past reputation on like occasions for making the guests enjoy themselves.
The delegates from the B. of R. C. were Brothers Alford, Cook, Weston, Drake and Culpepper, and the Grand Lodge was represented by Brothers McLeod and Gilmore.
Therefore, be it Resolved, that a vote of thanks be extended to Portsmouth Lodge No. 441, 1. A. of M., for their hospitality