Birth and Growth of the Grand Lodge of England 1717 to 1926
This book will help most Masons clear their minds of cant and superstition, and to see things as they are in the Fraternity. Truth is the object of this quest, and if we tread on the firm, straight roadway of historical truth, we shall make better progress toward the goal of philosophic truth than if we continue to flounder in the quicksands and morasses of fable and romance. Daynes selected and arranged his facts with exceptional discrimination and skill, and took great pains to get everything verified from the original records.
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