The principles of free-masonry delineated

by Robert Trewman

Publisher: printed (and sold) by R. Trewman in Exeter

Written in English
Published: Pages: 266 Downloads: 971
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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 254, no. 4.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationxxiii,[1],266,[2]p.,plate
Number of Pages266
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PETRE, G.M. ROWLAND HOLT, D.G.M. THOMAS NOEL, S.G.W. JOHN HATCH, J.G.W. The same principles might, and in all probability would, have been developed in some other way; but the organization, the name, the mode of instruction, would all have most materially differed.

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A COMPLETE LODGE MANUAL. INTRODUCTION. A Lodge of Freemasons is organized as follows-A sufficient number of well known brethren,-no fewer, at least, than eight, in good standing, or hold-ing demits from some other regular Lodge, send a petition to the Grand Master of the State, or Terri.