Freemasonry in Three Parts 1903

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2003 - Social Science - 244 pages
1903. This volume is a sketch of Freemasonry's origin, spread and object. This book is submitted to the Fraternity throughout the world, knowing as the writer does, that many have been written on the subject of Freemasonry and that many writers have tried to explore the past and ascertain the time and place where the mysteries of Freemasonry originated, and if possible, to trace its origin to a particular person. This will never be fully accomplished. The public permits the writer to give his view of the origin of Freemasonry and hears the witnesses and reasoning that the writer produces. The author hopes the same patience and allowance that has been given to others will be afforded to this work.

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