Historical Inquiry in Regard to the Grand Constitutions of 1786 1883
1883. Contains the author's reasons for believing the Masonic Grand Constitutions of 1786 to be genuine. He does not assert, as the Supreme Council does not assert, that they are, as a known, proven, established fact genuine; but he does say that they have long been reputed to be so; that there is sufficient evidence to make their authenticity probable; that there is nothing in the grounds on which they have been impeached; and that it is not shown that they are not authentic, nor that they ought to be suspected and doubted.
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