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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

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FormatPaperback
Number of Pages12
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Open LibraryOL11923160M
ISBN 101430430869
ISBN 109781430430865

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Each volume has added t.p.: Gould's history of freemasonry throughout the world New York, C. Scribner's sons. Description: 6 volumes frontispieces (2 color) illustrations, plates (some color) portraits, double map, facsimiles, coats of arms 28 cm: Other Titles: History of freemasonry: Responsibility: revised by Dudley Wright. World Freemasonry: An Illustrated History. by John Hamill and R.A. Gilbert () A beautifully illustrated look at lodges around the world. Book availability. Best Masonic books on Freemasonry. Ritual and Symbols. Craft and Its Symbols, The. Deals with Masonry's third degree and . This has been a top-selling book on Freemasonry ever since it was published twenty-four years ago. It explores possible connections between Freemasonry and the Knights Templar. The author was not a Mason when he wrote the book, but later became a lodge member. accurately, a society with secrets. Freemasonry began to assume its modern form during the Enlightenment (– AD), and more specifically, with the formation of the Grand Lodge of England and the publication of its Constitution and bylaws in London, England, in Many of Freemasonry’s present-day rituals, tradition, symbols, and.

gould’s history of freemasonry. throughout the world. volume 1. charles scribner’s sons new york. revised by dudley wright. editor of the masonic news. this edition in six volumes embraces not only an investigation of records of the organizations of the fraternity in england, scotland, ireland, the british colonies, europe, asia.   This book outlines the history of the the freemasons, from its Middle Age inception in roughly AD to current. It covers its expansion through England, its involvement in the American revolution, its presence in France, and includes notable historical Mason figures. It is fascinating to see how freemasons have been threaded throughout history/5. The history of freemasonry: its antiquities, symbols, constitutions, customs, etc., derived from official sources throughout the world / by Robert Freke Gould. [et al.]. Volume: v.2 () (Reprint) by Gould, Robert Freke, and a great selection of related books, art . It is known throughout the world, even behind the Iron Curtain where Masonry does not exist. Freemasonry proudly proclaims that it consists of men bound together by bonds of Brotherly Love and Affection. It dictates to no man as to his beliefs, either religious or secular. It seeks no advantage for its Members through business or politics.

FREEMASONRY. THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. VOLUME II. A HISTORY OF FREEMASONRY THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. VOL. II. CHAPTER I. THE GRAND LODGE OF ENGLAND, ‑ UNFORTUNATELY the Minutes of the Grand Lodge of England, founded J , are not in existence prior to J Information concerning the Masonic activities of brethren in prisoner of war camps in Europe in the Second World War has been gathered from correspondence with former prisoners, a minute book and other documents and relics in the Grand Lodge Library, and two printed and three unpublished papers, also in the Grand Lodge, by the following. Freemasonry, the teachings and practices of the secret fraternal order of Free and Accepted Masons, the largest worldwide secret society. Spread by the advance of the British Empire, Freemasonry remains most popular in the British Isles and in other countries originally within the empire. A collection of + rare & out of print Masonic books from the mids. With your $20 donation, you will also be getting a $20 cash-back voucher from the MasonicFind Store. As a donor, you also get FREE access to the "restricted section" of this Library. That's an additional 28 titles made available only on presentation of a recently paid dues card/5(41).