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All the Old Constitutions, without exception, contain a charge against one Fellow supplanting another in his work. Thus, for instance, the third Charge in the Harleian Manuscript, number 1054, says: "Also that no master nor fellow shall supplant others of their work, that is to say, if they have taken a world or stand master of a Lord's work, you shall not put him out of it if he be able of cunning to end the work." From this we derive the modern doctrine that one Lodge cannot interfere with the work of another and that a candidate beginning his initiation in a Lodge must finish it, in the same Lodge.
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