Series: Universal Masonic Library

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Anderson's Constitutions of 1723 by James AndersonVolume XV
Antiquities of Freemasonry by George OliverVolume IV
Apology for the Order of Freemasons by Henry W. ThorpeVolume XIII
The Book of the Lodge (Masonic Classics Series) by George OliverVolume I
A candid disquisition of the principles and practices of the most ancient and honourable society of Free and Accept by Wellins CalcottVolume VI
Constitutions of the Antient Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons. Containing the charges, regulations, &c. &c. : published by the authority of the United Grand Lodge by William Henry White, as Grand Secretary. by William Henry WhiteVolume IX
Dictionary of Symbolic Masonry by George OliverVolume I
Discourses, delivered on public occasions by Thaddeus Mason HarrisVolume IV
Histoire des Chevaliers Hospitaliers de S. Jean de Jerusalem, appelez depuis Chevaliers de Rhodes, et aujourd'hui Cheval by abbé de VertotVolume XXI
The Historical Landmarks and Other Evidences of Free Masonry, Explained : In a Series of Practical Lectures, With Copius Notes. Arranged on the System Which has been Enjoined by the Grand Lodge of England, as it was Settled by the Lodge of Reconciliation, at the Union in 1813 by George OliverVolume XII
The History of Free Masonry, drawn from authentic sources of information; with an account of the Grand Lodge of Scotland, from its institution in 1736, to the present time, compiled from the records; and an appendix of original papers. by Alex LawrieVolume XV
History of freemasonry, from the year 1829 to 1841 by George OliverVolume V
The History of Initiation by George OliverVolume VIII
The History of Masonic Persecution in Different Quarters of the Globe, by Various Authors, with an Introductory Essay on the Usages and Customs of Symbolical Masonry in the Eighteenth Century by George OliverVolume XVIII
Illustrations of Masonry by William PrestonVolume III
The Insignia of the Royal Arch, As It Was Used at the First Establishment of the Degree, Illustrated and Explained, in a Second Letter to R. T. Crucefix by George OliverVolume XIII
An Introduction to Freemasonry; being a general outline of that ancient and venerable institution ... its arcana excepted. By a Brother by A BrotherVolume VII
the Lights and Shadows of Freemasonry by Robert MorrisVolume XIV
Masonic Institutes, By Various Authors by George OliverVolume XVIII
The Masonic Manual; or, Lectures on Freemasonry, containing the Instructions, Documents, and Discipline of the Masonic Economy by Jonathan AsheVolume VI
A Mirror for the Johannite Masons, in a series of letters to the ... Earl of Aboyne, etc by George OliverVolume V
The Principles of Masonic Law by Albert G. MackeyVolume XVII
The revelations of a square (Masonic Book Club) by George OliverVolume VII
The Secret Discipline, Mentioned in Ancient Ecclesiastical History, Explained. [With a preface, signed, S. L. Knapp.] by Theodore TempleVolume XIII
Sermons; in which are Explained and Informed the Religious, Moral and Political Virtues of Freemasonry. Preached Upon Several Occasions, BeforeThe Provincial Grand Officers and Other Brethern in The Counties of Kent and Essex. by Jethro InwoodVolume XVI
Signs and symbols : illustrated and explained, in a course of twelve lectures on Freemasonry by George OliverVolume X
Some Account of the Schism Which Took Place During the Last Century Amongst the Free and Accepted Masons in England and The Insignia of the Royal Arch by George OliverVolume XIII
The Spirit of Masonry by William HutchinsonVolume II
The Star In The East by George OliverVolume V
Stray Leaves From A Freemason's Note-book by A Suffolk RectorVolume XIII
The Symbol of Glory Showing the Object and End of Freemasonry by George OliverVolume II
The theocratic philosophy of Freemasonry, in twelve lectures, on its speculative, operative and spurious branches by George OliverVolume X
Three Sermons, Forming a Series by William John PercyVolume XVI

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