Robert Burns As a Freemason 1921

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2003 - Social Science - 100 pages
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1921. The association of the national bard with the brethren of the mystic tie forms one of the most picturesque aspects of the poet's short and interesting career. Burns found much pleasure in the gatherings of the ancient and honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons and fellows of the Craft, and spent many happy hours in what is described Masonically in Scotland as harmony and elsewhere as the 4th Degree. A goodly number of his acquaintances were Freemasons and it is not too much to say that not a few of them derive any immortality they enjoy by living in the shadow of his fame.

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