Freemasonry and Its Jurisprudence 1872

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2003 - Religion - 420 pages
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1872. According to the ancient landmarks and charges, and the constitutions, laws, and practices of Lodges and Grand Lodges. Chalmers was most careful in gathering all the oldest and best authorities on this subject, having consulted the ablest writers, home and foreign, on the history and principles of Freemasonry from the earliest records down to the present time.

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