[Grand Lodge]
[Calendar] [Search] [Resources] [History] [Links] [Sitemap]
Burns became a freemason on the 4th July 1781. Burns, as Depute-Master, being "oft honoured with supreme command", it devolved on him to sign the minutes of the transactions of the lodge; and it is worthy of observation that until March 1st, 1796 his name is signed Burness.
The verse of Robert Burns
[Masonic
Robert Burns' masonic apron 'Of chamois leather, very fine, with figures of gold, some of them relieved with green, others with a dark red colour', given to him by violinist, composer, and freemason, Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe of Hoddam on 12 December 1791.
  • The Address to the Haggis
  • Auld Lang Syne
  • The Bonny Wee Thing
  • Epistle To Dr. Blacklock
  • The Farewell
  • Invitation to a Medical Gentleman
  • Is There for Honest Poverty
  • The Jolly Beggars: A Cantata
  • Masonic Song
  • The Master’s Apron
  • Miscellanea
  • Oh, were I on Parnassus' Hill
  • A Red Red Rose
  • Scots Wha Hae With Wallace Bled
  • Such a Parcel of Rogues
  • To a Mouse
  • The Tree O Liberty
  • Grand Lodge of Scotland
  • Lodge Burns Immortal 1730
  • Tarbolton (Kilwinning) St James No 135
  • The Official Robert Burns site
  • Ellisland Farm, the Home of Robert Burns
  • Robert Burns, A Bicentenary Exhibition
  • Selected Poetry of Robert Burns
  • The Bard, to the Immortal Memory
  • The Works of Robert Burns
  • Robert Fergusson, Burns'inspiration
  • Irvine Burns Club and Museum
  • The Robert Burns Collection
  • The World Burns Club

  • ANTI-MASONRY | FAMOUS FREEMASONS | HOME | LIBERAL ARTS | SITEMAP
    [Anti-masonry]
    Grand Lodge Webmaster
    © 1871-2012 Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon A.F. & A.M. Updated: 2005/11/13
    freemasonry.bcy.ca/rabbie_burns/burns_verse/index.html