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      The Ancient and
      Accepted Scottish Rite,
      in Thirty-Three Degrees
      Known Hitherto Under the Names of the "Rite of Perfection,"
      the "Rite of Heredom," the "Ancient Scottish Rite," the "Rite of
      Kilwinning," and Last, as the "Scottish Rite, Ancient and Accepted
      by
      Robert B. Folger


      The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, in Thirty-Three Degrees

      Known Hitherto Under the Names of the "Rite of Perfection," the "Rite of Heredom," the "Ancient Scottish Rite," the "Rite of Kilwinning," and Last, as the "Scottish Rite, Ancient and Accepted

      by Robert B. Folger

      Excerpt


      The Author, in presenting the following History, to the Masonic fraternity, proposes to give a succinct account of What is known among them as the High Degrees, so far as that history may be connected with their introduction into this country, and their progress, up to the present time.

      Book Details


      PIBN10029568
      ISBN978-1-330-33028-9
      ISBN (Hardcover)978-0-331-75667-8
      LanguageEnglish
      CategoryFreemasonry
      Pages476
      Words176872
      Vocabulary3897

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