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" Great uncertainty and vagueness surround his latter days, for no confidence can be reposed in the announcement of the death of one illuminate by another, for, as is well known, all means to secure the end were in their code justifiable, and it may have... "
Secret Societies and the French Revolution: Together with Some Kindred ... - Page 103
by Una Pope-Hennessy - 1911 - 261 pages
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 63

Nineteenth century - 1908
...conjunction with Nicolai at securing the German press in the interest of the perfectibilist movement. In 1784 the illuminate Dr. Biester, of Berlin, certified that...for no confidence can be reposed in the announcement of the death of one illuminate by another, for, as is well known, all means to secure the end were...
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The Twentieth Century: (1908), Volume 63

Twentieth century - 1908
...conjunction with Nicolai at securing the German press in the interest of the perfectibilist movement. In 1784 the illuminate Dr. Biester, of Berlin, certified that...for no confidence can be reposed in the announcement of the death of one illuminate by another, for, as is well known, all means to secure the end were...
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The Great Secret Count St. Germain

Raymond Bernard - Biography & Autobiography - 1993 - 91 pages
...given the English adept, Lord Bacon." This is indicated by the following report about his passing: "Great uncertainty and vagueness surround his latter...for no confidence can be reposed in the announcement of the death of one illuminate by another, for, as is well known, all means to secure the end were...
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