Etiquette of Freemasonry 1890
Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 2003 - Reference - 280 pages
1890. A handbook for the Brethren treating of the right things to do upon all occasions, official and social, embracing the minor jurisprudence of the craft. It is intended that this book will discuss and explain the means and appliances, the technicalities and ceremonial observances, as distinct from the verbal portions of the Ceremonies, which are indispensably necessary for the decorous and harmonious working of the business of the Lodge. Much that is found in this work is not found in the Book of Constitutions or in any Ritual extant.
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