History of Jacobinism, Vol. 1
“We say OCCULT KODGES , as the Freemasons in general were far from being acquainted with the confpiracies of tlie Occult Lodges ; and indeed many were not people to be tampered with. It might be objefted, that all lodges were occult : with regard to the public they were fo ; but besides the common lodges, there existed others which were hidden from the generality of the Freemafons. It is those which the author styles A R R I É R E S LOGES , and that we have tranflatcd by OCCULT LODGES
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