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British Freemasonry, 1717-1813 Volume 5

Edited By

Robert Peter




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ISBN 9781138100213
Published October 12, 2016 by Routledge
556 Pages

 
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Book Description

Freemasonry was a major cultural and social phenomenon and a key element of the Enlightenment. It was to have an international influence across the globe. This primary resource collection charts a key period in the development of organized Freemasonry culminating in the formation of a single United Grand Lodge of England.

The secrecy that has surrounded Freemasonry has made it difficult to access information and documents about the organization and its adherents in the past. This collection is the result of extensive archival research and transcription and highlights the most significant themes associated with Freemasonry.

The documents are drawn from masonic collections, private archives and libraries worldwide. The majority of these texts have never before been republished. Documents include rituals (some written in code), funeral services, sermons, songs, certificates, an engraved list of lodges, letters, pamphlets, theatrical prologues and epilogues, and articles from newspapers and periodicals.

This collection will enable researchers to identify many key masons for the first time. It will be of interest to students of Freemasonry, the Enlightenment and researchers in eighteenth-century studies.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Abbreviations

Introduction

Bibliography

Admissions and Lodge Meetings

Theatre

Processions

Debates and Conflicts

Women

British Fraternal Societies and the Response to Grand Lodge Freemasonry

Editorial Notes

Silent Corrections

List of Sources

Index

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Editor(s)

Biography

General Editor: Róbert Péter (volumes 4–5) is at the University of Szeged, Hungary

Volume Editors: Cécile Revauger (volume 1) is at the University Bordeaux Montaigne

Jan A. M. Snoek (volume 2–3) is at Heidelberg University, Germany