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Hiram : or the grand master-key to the door of both antient and modern free-masonry. Being an accurate description of every degree of the brotherhood, as authorized and delivered in all good lodges. The Whole comprehending (among an Entertaining Variety of others) the following Articles 1. History of the Rise and Progress of Masonry. 2. The antient Constitutions, Laws and Charges of the Order. 3. The only true and regular Form used in making a Mason. 4. The Lectures, Oaths, Obligations, &c. of each Degree, viz. Apprentices, Fellow Craft, Master, & c verbatim. 5 Ceremony of the Mop and Pail. 6. Word and Gripe of each Degree. 7. Description of the different Claps, and Manner of drinking with Three Times Three. 8. Hiram's Murder, Burial, and Raising, with the Punishment of the Assassins. 9. Account of the four solemn Penalties. 10. Manner of constituting a new Lodge. 11. All the Toasts used by Free-Masons. With an Appendix. Disclosing the other Secrets of Free-Masonry, not divulged by the Author. Illustrated with proper Remarks, necessary to explain the Whole to the meanest Capacity, whether Brethren or not. And contains more on the Subject than any Book ever before published. Third edition. By a member of Royal Arch. Preview this item
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Hiram : or the grand master-key to the door of both antient and modern free-masonry. Being an accurate description of every degree of the brotherhood, as authorized and delivered in all good lodges. The Whole comprehending (among an Entertaining Variety of others) the following Articles 1. History of the Rise and Progress of Masonry. 2. The antient Constitutions, Laws and Charges of the Order. 3. The only true and regular Form used in making a Mason. 4. The Lectures, Oaths, Obligations, &c. of each Degree, viz. Apprentices, Fellow Craft, Master, & c verbatim. 5 Ceremony of the Mop and Pail. 6. Word and Gripe of each Degree. 7. Description of the different Claps, and Manner of drinking with Three Times Three. 8. Hiram's Murder, Burial, and Raising, with the Punishment of the Assassins. 9. Account of the four solemn Penalties. 10. Manner of constituting a new Lodge. 11. All the Toasts used by Free-Masons. With an Appendix. Disclosing the other Secrets of Free-Masonry, not divulged by the Author. Illustrated with proper Remarks, necessary to explain the Whole to the meanest Capacity, whether Brethren or not. And contains more on the Subject than any Book ever before published. Third edition. By a member of Royal Arch.

Author: Member of Royal Arch.
Publisher: Dublin : Printed and sold by Thomas Wilkinson, Bookseller and Stationer, (no. 40), Winetavern-Street, [1785?]
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Member of Royal Arch.
OCLC Number: 642193119
Description: 1 online resource (72 pages, plate)

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