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JONES, Stephen, 1763-1827 : MASONIC MISCELLANIES, IN POETRY AND PROSE : IN THREE PARTS ...
London : by W. Wilson, for Vernor, Hood, & Sharpe, [and four others], 1811. “New edition, enlarged and improved” – the second London edition, expanding on the original 1797 edition. The first part, “The Muse of Masonry”, comprises numerous songs, as well as poetry, toasts, and sentiments. The second, “The Masonic Essayist”, is made up of fifteen essays and addresses – vindications and exhortations – while the third, “The Free-Mason's Vade Mecum” gives a complete companion – history, officers, constitutions, prayers, charges, ceremonies, and a list of lodges, etc.
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TREWMAN, Robert, 1738-1802 : THE PRINCIPLES OF FREE-MASONRY DELINEATED.
Exeter : Printed (and sold) by R. Trewman, 1777. First edition. An attractive provincial masonic miscellany, compiled, printed and published by the Exeter bookseller Robert Trewman. Comprises various charges and addresses – on masonry, initiation, charity, masters of lodges, etc., with prayers, laws for lodges, ceremonies of consecration, installation and laying foundations, funerals, etc., a rebuttal of objections to freemasonry, material on Freemasons’ Hall, the antient masons, the York masons, together with anthems, odes, an extensive selection of songs, a list of English lodges, etc., and a list of some 260 mainly local subscribers.
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