In the order of Masonry, the highest degree is that of the Templar.
The Élysée has the faith, and the thirst also, of the Templar.
The man answered, "No, not unless the Templar was he who was turning the spit in the kitchen."
It was also afterwards published in The Templar and in several other papers.
Below is the view expressed by The Templar, itself, and also repeated by the Witness.
"Heaven cries aloud in his voice," said the Templar, solemnly.
Startled by so sudden a query, the wily Templar faltered in his reply.
The Templar rose, and he forgot not to gird on his sword as he followed the knight.
The last is drawn from memory, and represents a Templar's shield.
She could only think him the ghost of a Templar, screamed, and fainted.