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      The Scottish
      Master Mason's
      Handbook
      by
      Frederick Joseph William Crowe

      The Scottish Master Mason's Handbook

      by Frederick Joseph William Crowe

      Excerpt


      Scotland is not so well Off for copies of the Old Charges as we are in the South, those preserved not being earlier than the seventeenth century; neither are they so numerous. This lack,' however, is more than compensated by the age, wealth, and importance of the actual Minutes Of ancient Lodges and their Regulations, which are simply unrivalled and Of the greatest interest and value. We are indebted to my esteemed friend, Bro. D. Murray lyon, Grand Secretary Of Scotland, forxii.

      Book Details


      PIBN10008134
      ISBN978-1-330-02986-2
      ISBN (Hardcover)978-0-365-13639-2
      LanguageEnglish
      CategoryFreemasonry
      Pages100
      Words21239
      Vocabulary1609

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