Freemasonry in England from 1567 to 1813 1877
1877. Including an analysis of Anderson's constitutions of 1723 and 1738, authorized by the Grand Lodge of England. This book is written in the interest of pure, legitimate, ancient Masonry, and not as a remunerative effort. Its aim is to give direction to Masonic thought in the elimination and expression of the great fundamental principles of the Institution, pure universal, cosmopolitan Masonry and charity.
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