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An essay on the origin of Free Masonry By By a native of Norfolk
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Facsimil. London edition, 1880. Anonymously published, but attributed to Thomas Paine. Interesting essay about the religion of the Druids as origin of the freemasonry. 30 pages, 16x24cm.
A landmark in Free Masonry By DAVID KIBBLE-REES
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A definitive history of The Operatives, a masonic Society created to perpetuate the training and achievements of the ancient Guild stonemasons, written to commemorate the Society's Centenary.
A Landmark in Operative Free Masonry By DAVID KIBBLE-REES
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A definitive history of The Operatives, a masonic Society created to perpetuate the training and achievements of the ancient Guild stonemasons, written to commemorate the Society's Centenary.
The Mysteries of Free Masonry - The Original Classic Edition By William Morgan
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William Morgan was ultimately murdered by Freemasons after publishing this book. Interestingly, after his death his wife became a plural wife of Mormonism's founder, Joseph Smith. This is the... More > straight account of the rituals of Freemasonry, with no spin. Highly recommended. This book represents a great historical artifact of the anti-masonic movement of the 19th Century. While supposed detailed descriptions of Masonic ritual abound on the internet today, at the time this tell-all book was meant to shock a nation where many influential politicians belonged to the Masonic Fraternity. William Morgan paid a high price for publishing this book after being turned away from membership in a Masonic Lodge. His infamous murder sparked not only an anti-masonic movement, but also an anti-masonic political party. This book is not about some secret conspiracy to run the World, as some say is the Masonic purpose.< Less
A General History of Free-Masonry in Europe By Emmanuel Rebold, M.D.
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A GENERAL HISTORY OF FREEMASONRY IN EUROPE. Based upon the Ancient Documents relating to, and the Monuments erected by this Fraternity from Us foundation in the Year 715 B.C. to the present... More > time. TRANSLATED AND COMPILED FROM THE MASONIC HISTORIES OF EMMANUEL REBOLD, M.D., Past Deputy of the Grand Orient of France, President of the Academy of Industrial Sciences, and a Member of many Philosophic and Scientific Societies, BY J. FLETCHER BRENNAN 1868< Less
THE BUILDERS A STORY AND STUDY OF MASONRY By JOSEPH FORT NEWTON, LITT. D
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When I was a King and a Mason—A master proved and skilled, I cleared me ground for a palace Such as a King should build. I decreed and cut down to my levels, presently, under the silt, I came... More > on the wreck of a palace such as a King had built!—Kipling< Less
THE BUILDERS A STORY AND STUDY OF MASONRY By JOSEPH FORT NEWTON, LITT. D
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When I was a King and a Mason—A master proved and skilled, I cleared me ground for a palace Such as a King should build. I decreed and cut down to my levels, presently, under the silt, I came... More > on the wreck of a palace such as a King had built!—Kipling< Less
The Builders - A Story & Study of Masonry By Joseph Fort Newton
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Freemasonry, is committed to the principle of the Commonwealth, the application to the field of government and social policy of the law of human brotherhood, of the duty of man to his neighbor, near... More > and far, wherein lies our only hope of a world fit for free men to live in, where fraternity can flourish and the spirit of goodwill grow and be glorified. Surely, in a world torn by strife and divided by so many feuds of race, religion, and nationality, we have a right to rejoice in a fellowship, at once free, gentle, and refining, which spans all distances of space and all differences of speech, and brings men together by a common impulse and inspiration in mutual respect and brotherly regard. Truly it needs no philosopher to discern that such a fraternity, the very existence of which is a fact eloquent beyond words; and doubly so because, by its genius, Freemasonry is international and therefore ought to be responsive to the ideal of world-fellowship.< Less
Jachin and Boaz or, an Authentic Key to the Door of Free-Masonry, both Ancient and Modern By Unknown Author
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The Author of the following Pages has the Honour of being well respected in most of the Lodges of Reputation in this Metropolis, and has been a frequent visitor at the Queen’s Arms, St.... More > Paul’s Church-yard; the Globe, in Fleet-street; the Jerusalem, at Clerkenwell Half-moon, Cheapside; Crown and Anchor in the Strand; Salutation, Grey-Friars; and several others of less Note. An Earnest; Desire of becoming a perfect Master of Masonry, and the Success he met with in his first Attempt, has rendered him capable of revealing those Mysteries to the World, which, till now, have been kept secret as the Grave.< Less
The Constitutions of the Free-Masons By James Anderson, Benjamin Franklin
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This is a new edition of the the first Masonic book printed in America, which was originally produced in Philadelphia by Benjamin Franklin in 1734, and was a reprint of a work by James Anderson (who... More > is identified as the author in an appendix) printed in London in 1723. This is the seminal work of American Masonry, edited and published by one of the founding fathers, and of great importance to the development of colonial society and the formation of the Republic. The work contains a 40-page history of Masonry: from Adam to the reign of King George I, including, among others, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Solomon, Hiram Abif, Nebuchadnezzar, Augustus Caesar, Vitruvius, King Athelstan the Saxon, Inigo Jones, and James I of England. It is a celebration of the science of Geometry and the Royal Art of Architecture. The work also includes five songs, one of which—“A New Song”—appears in print for the first time and may have been composed by Franklin.< Less