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[ REDDING, M. WOLCOTT ] .
Cabala Or The Rites and Ceremonies of the Cabalist. National Series, 12, W.C.B. Revised And Arranged Strictly In Accordance With The Standard Formula.
New York: Redding & Co, 731 Broadway, 1888 . 0. A scarce early printing of the Cabalist ritual in code. A very good wallet-style leather binding. 5.75" x 4" x 0.5" . pp.198 . Maroon calf over thin board in a wrap-round (wallet-style) binding. Simple blind stamp decoratoion to back and front covers. The front flap also has the initials "W B". Hinges carefully strengthened and blended to match the original leather binding. All page edges bright gilt. Marbled endpapers. Printed title and clean text throughout. A description of this book by Don Carr states: "Masonic-type rituals—featuring a “M[aster] Cabalist”—in a code reminiscent of IF U CN RD THIS, with a few other signs and symbols (among others, x and ) thrown in. Thus, “W-t. ws. th-n. s-d. t. u-.” is “What was then said to you?” Assuming a familiarity with Masonic rites and a little practice, Cabala is almost readable. " - See The Study of Christian Cabala in English: Addendum by Don Karr .
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PAST MASTER OF LODGE 2885.
Charterhouse: A Brief Record of Sutton's Hospital.
London: Sheppard & Company, 1906. 0. 2nd edition. Compiled for the Members of the Lodge of Freemasons, No.2885. "Printed for Private Circulation Only". All edges red. Pp.40, black & white frontispiece of S.Bruno + 7 further black & white plates. Blue cloth with gilt title and armorial crest to front, boards have some waterstaining. Good.
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[ WOODFORD, REV. ADOLPHUS FREDERIC ALEXANDER - EDITOR] .
The Freemason: A Weekly Journal Of Freemasonry. Literature, Science, and Art. Vol. XI.
London: Bro. George Kenning, 198, Fleet-Street, 1878 . 0. A very good original tight binding. Folio. 14.75" 10" x 1.5" . [2pp.]/pp.8/pp.602 . Brown blind stamped cloth, with gilttitle to front board . Boards lightly soiled, edges rubbed. Spine dulled with rubbed gilt title. Original yellow endpapers. Inner hinges carefully strengthened. This tome begins with a very useful 8 page index! 52 weekly papers; Jan 5, to Dec 28, 1878 , pagination is continious. Clean text throughout (just a couple of small blemishes). Articles include: Consecration of the Temple Bar Lodge, No. 1728 (there are reports on the consecration of 31 craft lodges); A note on the safe arrival of Cleopatra's needle; Obituary. Bro. Dr. J. V. Worthington, P.M. 220 (in all there are 57 obituaries); The New Grand Officers; An Advert for The Ocarina. The New Musical Instrument.; An Advert and report for the Lauch of the Masonic Life-Boat (Albert Edward) at Clacton-on-Sea; Provincial Grand Lodge Of Suffolk; etc. ** ".. By the 1850s publishers had rapid and reliable access to the whole country, in addition, time spent travelling by rail created a demand for material to read. The growing number of freemasons were part of an expanding middle class who travelled and read, and these factors help to explain why, within three years of each other, two new, weekly masonic newspapers were launched, The freemason in 1869, and The freemasons’ chronicle in 1872. It is also surely no coincidence that the first weekly masonic publications were launched after the removal of the last of the stamp and paper taxes in 1855 and 1861 respectively, commonly referred to as the taxes on knowledge. As Brake points out, after these taxes were abolished there was a rise in daily and weekly serials. The newspaper reported freemasons’ involvement in national events, for example in the issue for the 27th October 1877, there is a notice concerning the Freemasons Indian Famine Fund. The regular column, ‘Masonic and general tidings’ always tended to include items of general interest such as short reviews of good restaurants in London and details of the Lord Mayor’s show. By the 1880s the newspaper had a special column which reviewed the plays on in the London theatres. A further indication of the leisure activities and interests of those who read the newspaper. The newspaper always included reports of lodge meetings, with a section specifically for London lodges. These reports often give a detailed account of an event or a meeting, listing individuals who attended and can be a very useful source of information about London freemasons and masonic life. Similarly the obituaries, some of which are very detailed and include pictures, provide insight into an aspect of a man’s life which in many cases has remained hidden. Between 1873 and 1885 the Rev. Adolphus Frederic Alexander Woodford acted as editor. Woodford was a formidable masonic scholar and drew around him some of the great masonic scholars of the time. As a result articles by such men began to appear in the newspapers pages and helped to ignite a lively debate about the accepted views of masonic history. The newspaper was reflecting the interests and concerns of a growing number of freemasons who were believed in a more disciplined and erudite approach to masonic history. In 1886, a year after Woodford stepped down as editor, Quatuor Coronati Lodge, No. 2076 was formed with the aim of being the premier research Lodge and Woodford was one of its founding members. The newspaper demonstrated that a new approach to the history of freemasonry was in demand by the brethren, and the success of the research lodge, which still exists today, built on the foundations which the paper had laid.." - See Fraternal Communications: The Rise Of The English Masonic Periodical by Rebecca Coombes, 2009 . *** George Kenning. The son of an East End oyster seller, Kenning realised the potential of the market: he not only manufactured the costumes, but sold a range of products from his shops across Britain. He set up a mail order business which operated across the British Empire and was keen to develop new markets in the USA. He became a media magnate and advertised in his own widely read newspaper: The Freemason. He even extended the brand by becoming closely involved in developing new Masonic orders all of which needed special costumes and props.
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[ ENTICK, JOHN, 1703?-1773 ]
The History Of Masonry Or The Free Masons Pocket-Companion Containing The History Of Masonry from the Creation to the present Time; The Institution of the Grand Lodge of Scotland; Lists of the Officers of the Grand Lodges of Scotland and England...
Edinburgh : Printed by William Auld, M, DCC, LXXII. [ 1772 ] . 0. "Their Customs, Charges, Constitutions, orders and regulations. To which is added a large collection of Songs, prologues, Epilogues, &c. [The Third Edition]." A very good copy, professionally re-backed with the original boards, in a full leather binding. 12mo. pp.12/pp.300 . 6.75" x 4.00" x 0.75" . Brown full calf, and matching spine with 5 raised bands , gilt title and gilt publication date. Previous owners signature and ink stamp to ront endpaper: "Rev. J. Michell, Huish 1782". Clean text throughout. VG. Referenced by: ESTC N18658 *** John Entick (1703?-1773) was an English schoolmaster and author. He was largely a hack writer, working for Edward Dilly, and he padded his credentials with a bogus M.A. and a portrait in clerical dress; some of his works had a more lasting value. In the leading case Entick v Carrington of 1765 he won a legal victory as plaintiff that defined the limits of executive power in the view of the English judiciary. His first publication, the Speculum Latinum (1728), was a simplified scheme to teach Latin. For his Evidences of Christianity (1729) he styled himself on its title-page student of divinity. In 1736 he issued a proposal, which fell through, to print Chaucer in two folio volumes, and he put M.A. after his name. In 1754 he published his Phaedri Fabulae, with accents and notes. He published in 1757 a New Naval History, with lives and portraits, dedicated to Admiral Edward Vernon. In 1763 he published a General History of the Late War. He issued in 1764 his Spelling Dictionary, each edition of which comprised twenty thousand copies; in 1766 he brought out an edition of William Maitland's Survey of London with additions. In 1771 appeared his New Latin and English Dictionary and an English Grammar; and he is credited with a Ready Reckoner, pamphlets on freemasonry, and a share both in the new Week's Preparation and the new Whole Duty of Man. The Lexicon manuale graeco-latinvm et latino-graecum. Studio atque opera Josephi Hill, necnon Johannis Entick was a revision of Cornelis Schrevel's Lexicon as edited by Joseph Hill. He left a large work, in four volumes, The Present State of the British Empire, helped by other hands, nearly ready, which was brought out in 1774. In 1776 appeared a new edition of his Survey and History of London. William Crakelt and others edited his dictionaries repeatedly, down to 1836." - See Wikipedia . **** "the parish, was dominated by the Michell family: John Michell was vicar from 1722 to 1744; Thomas Michell was assistant curate for at least 14 years until 1768; another John was curate from 1777 until appointed vicar in 1780. He was a prebendary of Gloucester from 1798, but seems occasionally to have served the cure for his successor, Edward Willes, until 1809.." See - A. P. Baggs, R. J. E. Bush and Margaret Tomlinson, 'Parishes: Huish Episcopi', in A History of the County of Somerset: Volume 3, ed. R W Dunning (London, 1974), pp. 1-13.
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19TH CENTURY CONVEYANCE - ODDFELLOWS , COLCHESTER
Indenture - Mr. Henry Howe to The Trustees of The Albert Edward Lodge No. 6032 Bury St. Edmunds District Manchester Unity Friendly Society .
Colchester:Chas. E. Page, Solicitor, 6th February, 1896 . 0. Folded folio vellum document. 15.75" x 10". 3 horizontal and one vertical fold, written on all four sides, including a plan of the land being sold . Front quarter soiled, with a couple of small holes, otherwise very clean. Indenture between Henry Howe, Colchester, Hay and Straw Merchant and Herbert George Munson, Colchester , Currier (Leather), one part, and Mark Joslin, Colchester, Commercial Clerk (Trustees for the Albert Edward Lodge No. 6032 Bury St. Edmunds District of the Independent Order of Oddfellows Manchester Unity Friendly Society. Six pieces of land on Canterbury Road, part of the Military Road estate, St. Botolphs, Colchester. A further memorandum is added dated 12th October, 1996, stating transfer of land to: Charles H. Marsden; Percy H. Chapman; William Godfrey; Robert Godfrey; Walter Long; John Smith; Thomas Cocker the younger; and Herbert J. Russell.
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LODGE KINTA NO.3212.
Lodge Kinta No.3212. The First Fifty Years. 1907-1957.
Privately published, 1957. 0. Printed for private circulation. "Because of the Japanese occupation of Malaya, all records of Lodge Kinta prior to 1941 have been lost, and the history of that period is based upon information drawn from the memories of pre-occupation members." Pp.40/2 appendix A/8 appendix B/ 4 appendix C, 1 black & white photo(dated 1894) + 5 line drawings. Blue cloth, gilt title to front, minor edge wear. Scarce item. VG.
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Keywords: Lodge Kinta 3212 First Fifty Years Malaysia Ipoh Perak History Freemasonry Masonic Lodge Craft War Far East Japanese 39500 Masonic: : Malaysia

 
[ MATHEWS, RICHARD ]
The Thomas Ralling Lodge No. 2508 1894 - 1994 . A Retrospect
[ Privately printed by Richard Mathews, 1994 ] . 0. Compiled by W. Bro. Richard Mathews P.M. 2508 . A4 paperback. 11.75" x 8.25". Illustrated card covers. [4pp.]/pp.36. Clean text and illustrations in blue & white . A very good history, starting in Chingford, Essex, but now residing in Loughton, Essex .
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FREEMASONRY - SOUTH AFRICA [ VRYMESSELAARS. GRAND LODGE OF SCOTLAND. DISTRICT GRAND LODGE OF THE TRANSVAAL ] .
Bye-Laws Of The District Grand Lodge of the Transvaal, S.C. Erected March 27th, 1896.
Johannesburg, South Africa : Printed By Hockey & Coulson, Limited, 1896 . 0. Scarce leather bound booklet printed in 1896. 5.25" x 4.25" [13.6cm x 10.6cm] . pp.72 . Green morocco over card covers. Gilt titles and decoration to front covers (including Masonic tools and the Scottish Thistle). Edges rubbed and bumped. Spine carefully strengthened. All page edges bright gilt. Original black endpapers. No inscriptions, dedications etc. Very clean throughout.
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ANON.
Jachin and Boaz or, An authentic key to the door of Free-Masonry, both ancient and modern: calculated not only for the instruction of every new made Mason, but also for the information of all who intend to become brethren.
London: Printed For The Booksellers, 1812 . 0. A very good tight binding 8.25" x 5.5". 8vo. [5pp.]/ pp.6 - 56. Plates [1]. Later marbled boards with cloth spine.Later endpapers(handmade paper). Engraved frontispiece: ' Aude & Tace'. Text illustration of ' Plan of the Drawing on the Floor at the Making of a Mason '. Frontis and title page foxed, the rest of the text lightly spotted. Containing I. A circumstantial account of all the proceedings in making a Mason..; II. The manner of opening a Lodge..; III. The Entered Apprentice..; IV. The Origin of Masonry..; V. The ceremony of the Instalment..; VI. Ceremonies used at funeral of a Mason ; VII. A safe and easy method proposed, by which a man may obtain admission into any Lodge.. With an accurate plan of the drawing on the floor of a Lodge.. to which are added a select collection of songs, a list of Toats and Sentiments, proper for the Society of Free - Masons. With a correct list of all the regular Lodges in Scotland. many varying editions and reprints, first published in 1762. The one here is seemingly quite uncommon .
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ANONYMOUS .
Extracts from the Records of the Hertford Lodge No. 403, Of free And Accepted Masons 1829 -1929 .
Hertford: Printed By Simson And Co. Ltd, [no date c. 1929?] . 0. First and only edition of this scarce lodge history. Well bound in the original blue cloth, with bright gilt titles to both the front board and the spine.Clean endpapers (no marks or previous owners signatures). Black and white portrait frontis: "R.Wor. Bro. C. E. Keyser, P.G.W." Clear English text throughout, just the odd brown spot or small blemish. Well illustrated with a further 5 full-page plates (3 coloured and showing the designs for the tracing boards). A very good copy of this scarce book. ** "Hertford Lodge No. 403. The Warrant of the Lodge is dated the 31st August 1829, and the Lodge was consecrated at the Salisbury Arms Inn, Hertford, on the 8th September 1829 by W. Bro. John Bott, P.G.D. When consecrated its number was 849, in 1832 it became No.578 and in 1863 No.403. It would appear that no mention is made in the minutes of the fact that the number was altered. It is the oldest Lodge in the Province of Hertfordshire, the next oldest - the Watford Lodge - having been consecrated as the Bamborough Lodge on the 13th November, 1829. At the time of its consecration there appears to have been no other Lodge existing in the County." - See Hertford Lodge No. 403.
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APPLEBY, JOHN S. - ODDFELLOWS .
Odd Fellows In Essex. A Short history of the Colchester And Maldon District by Bro. John S. Appleby .
Colchester: Benham and Company Limited, Colchester and Maldon District, Independent Order of Odd Fellows manchster Unity Friendly Society, 1947 . 0. A very good original booklet. 8.5" x 5.5". pp.28 . Cream covers with brown titles. Edges rubbed and staples rusted. Clean throughout. VG.
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ASHE, JONATHAN / OLIVER, GEORGE (EDITOR) / COX, JOHN EDMUND (RE-EDITOR) .
Masonic Manual; or, Lectures on Freemasonry: containing the Instructions, Documents, and Discipline of the Masonic Economy.
London: Richard Spencer, 26 Great Queen Street, Opposite Freemasons' Hall, MDCCCLXX [ 1870 ] . 0. 8vo. pp.36/pp.319 . A very good original maroon cloth binding. plain boards with gilt titles and symbols to spine. Browned endpapers and light uniform toning to all pages. First few leaves with small edge tears and chips, where the pages have been crudely separated. Editor's Preface - John Edmund Cox, Athenaeum Club, August 3rd, 1870.Original dedication - Jonathan Ashe, Bristol, Nov. 1, 1813. Dr. Oliver's Address - Scopwick Vicarage, Aug. 14th, 1843. With fold-out plate at rear: "Copy of brother Captain Warren's Tracings.." A very good book. Referenced by: NSTC 2C41110 ** Ashe, D.D, Rev. Jonathan. A literary plagiarist who resided in Bristol, England. In 1814 he published "The Masonic Manual.."Ashe does not, it is true, pretend to originality, but abstains from giving credit to Hutchinson from whom he has taken at least two-thirds of his book.." - See Encyclopedia of Freemasonry, Albert G. Mackey.
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ASHE, REV. JONATHAN .
Masonic Manual; or, Lectures on Freemasonry: containing the Instructions, Documents, and Discipline of the Masonic Economy. By The Late Rev. Jonathan Ashe, D.D., M.M. The Second Edition.
London: Published By John Meaden, 1, Tavistock Street, Covent Garden; And May be Had Of All Booksellers, 1825 . 0. A very good early edition of this 19th century Masonic standard. Previously in the Library of Henry Josiah Whymper. Well bound in half leather. 8vo. pp.288 . 18.3cm x 11cm x 1.8cm. Black half calf spine and corners over marbled boards. Spine with old library reference number, gilt banding and old leather title label; "The Masonic Manual". Edges rubbed and scuffed. Brown endpapers. Printed library label to verso of the front board: "District Punjab, Grand Lodge, Library." Also, armorial bookplate: "E. Libris H. J. Whymper." Printed title page with purple library stamp: "District Grand Lodge Library. Punjab. 1890" . also, previous owners signature to top of the title page: "Thomas Cocke Surgeon R: Navy". Small note inserted between p.8 & p.9: "Re Furnough.. I wrote to Bro. W. J. Hughan and this his reply H J Whymper 14.11.87" (The paper is very fragile and broke along the fold). Clean text throughout. A very good copy of this scarce publication - And an interesting provenance! ** Jonathan Ashe (fl. 1813), was an Irish masonic writer. Ashe was born in Limerick in 1766, entered Trinity College, Dublin, 26 March 1783, took B.A. degree in ordinary course, and became D.D. in 1808. Very little is known of him except that he commenced and perfected his masonic studies in Dublin. While in Bristol in 1813 he published a work entitled 'The Masonic Manual, or Lectures on Freemasonry, containing the Instructions, Documents, and Discipline of the Masonic Economy,' and asserts in the introduction that he 'plainly and completely tells the craft its eternal and temporal obligations, and affords the uninitiated a fair review and estimate of masonry.' This work was dedicated to the Duke of Sussex, then grand master of the order. In many portions it is a mere copy of William Hutchinson's 'Spirit of Masonry,' published in 1775." - See Wikipedia *** "Ashe, D.D, Rev. Jonathan. A literary plagiarist who resided in Bristol, England. In 1814 he published "The Masonic Manual.."Ashe does not, it is true, pretend to originality, but abstains from giving credit to Hutchinson from whom he has taken at least two-thirds of his book.." - See Encyclopedia of Freemasonry, Albert G. Mackey. **** "Henry Josiah Whymper. 1845-1893. An active Freemason in India and a member of Quatuor Coronati Lodge from January 6, 1888, Whymper is remembered today for his reproduction, in facsimile of the Regius MS. According to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, "He was a man of mark in and out of Masonry, a Companion of the Order of the British Empire, a Masonic Savant and a practical Mason."Initiated: 1872 . Lodge Mayo No. 1413, Rawul Pindi, Punjab . In 1867 he is first listed as manager, Murree Brewery, Kussowlie Branch. 1870 "Managing brewer" Murree and where he remained as such until his death. Died 27 April 1893, dysentry Bombay N/3/69/364. Buried Sewri, Bombay. Other publications of H. J. Whymper include: The Religion of Freemasonry (1888); Constituciones Artis Gemetriae secundum Euclydem." A facsimile of the early poem on Freemasonry from the original MS.. [Edited by H. J. Whymper.] (1889); Early Printed Literature referring to Freemasonry. Randle Holme's Academie of Armory, Dr. Plot's Staffordshire, Diary of Elias Ashmole, The Praise of Drunkenness and Long Livers. [Edited by H. J. Whymper.] (1892); A Catalogue of Bibliographies. Lists and Catalogues of Works on Freemasonry. (1891); Triads in Masonry. (1889). " - See AQC Vol. 6. (1893) .
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THE ROUGH ASHLER .
The Rough Ashler Vol. I. Nos. 1 - 5;
Richmond, VA,: The Masonic Printing Company - May 1891; June 1891; July 1891; August 1891; September 1891 . 0. 5 magazines bound together. 9.5" x 6.5" x 0.5". Maroon cloth with gilt titles to front board: "The Rough Ashler. Richmond, VA. - Compliments of Chas. W. Dunstan." Small chipped losses to spine but otherwise tight. Decorated endpapers. Printed signature to verso of the front board and to the top of the title-page for No. 1. Clean text throughout, with only light foxig to the reverse of any engraving. Vol. I. No. 1: pp.36, with endgraved portrait frontis, plus another full-page portrait, and 4 pages of masonic symbols at the rear; Vol. I. No. 2: pp.30, with engraved frontis; Vol. I. No. 3: pp.32, with engraved frontis; Vol. I. No. 4: pp.30, with engraved frontis and one other full-page plate; Vol. I. No. 5: pp.42. with engraved frontis, plus one other full-page plate. Well preserved magazines in an interesting binding.
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BALCON, RAY .
A Brief History Of the Chigwell Lodge No. 453 . A paper presented By W.Bro, Ray Balcon P.P.J.G.W. On the occasion of the one hundred and fiftieth Anniversary of the lodge.
Privately printed by W.Bro, Ray Balcon P.P.J.G.W, 1988 . 0. A clean 22 page A4 booklet, 11.75" x 8.25", in clear plastic cover and black plastic spine. Very clean throughout.
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