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The three distinct knocks, or The door of the most antient free-masonry, opening to all men, neither naked nor cloath'd, bare-foot nor shod, &c. : Being an universal description of all its branches, from its first rise to this present time, as it is deliver'd in all lodges: containing, I. The author's reasons for opening the door of masonry to all the world. II. How to open a lodge and set the men to work. III. Giving an exact account of all their proceedings in the making a brother, with the three obligations or oaths belonging to the first, second, and third degrees of masonry, viz. The enter'd apprentice, and fellow-crast, and master-mason ; with the obligation belonging to the chair, and the gripe and word. IV. The form of a lodge ; with a full description of the drawing upon the floor of a lodge, with the three steps, and a prayer used at the making of a brother ; with songs to be sung after grave business is done. V. The examination of a brother, whereby he may get admittance into a lodge, without going through the obligations: what all the words explained that belongs to the gripe. VI. A new and accurate list of all the English regular lodges in the world, according to their seniority, with the dates of each constitution and days of meetings. By W- O- V-n: member of the lodge in England at this time. Preview this item
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The three distinct knocks, or The door of the most antient free-masonry, opening to all men, neither naked nor cloath'd, bare-foot nor shod, &c. : Being an universal description of all its branches, from its first rise to this present time, as it is deliver'd in all lodges: containing, I. The author's reasons for opening the door of masonry to all the world. II. How to open a lodge and set the men to work. III. Giving an exact account of all their proceedings in the making a brother, with the three obligations or oaths belonging to the first, second, and third degrees of masonry, viz. The enter'd apprentice, and fellow-crast, and master-mason ; with the obligation belonging to the chair, and the gripe and word. IV. The form of a lodge ; with a full description of the drawing upon the floor of a lodge, with the three steps, and a prayer used at the making of a brother ; with songs to be sung after grave business is done. V. The examination of a brother, whereby he may get admittance into a lodge, without going through the obligations: what all the words explained that belongs to the gripe. VI. A new and accurate list of all the English regular lodges in the world, according to their seniority, with the dates of each constitution and days of meetings. By W- O- V-n: member of the lodge in England at this time.

Author: W- O- V-n
Publisher: London : Printed for H. Serjeant, without Temple-Bar, [1775?]
Series: Eighteenth century collections online.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : The 7th edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: W- O- V-n
OCLC Number: 509592452
Notes: Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford).
Description: 1 online resource ([2], 4,210 pages, plate).
Series Title: Eighteenth century collections online.

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