The Ethics of Freemasonry. A Lecture Delivered at the Lodge of Instruction, held under the warrant of The Victoria Lodge, No. IV., Dublin. On Monday, the 2nd of March, 1857.

By: Morrison, S. G. (Rev.)

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Some pencil underlining. Owner's signature "R B Willis" on front wrapper. ; 23, [1] pages. Blue printed wrappers. Page dimensions: 178 x 115mm. "Masonic life should be an exemplification of Masonic principles. The invisible beauties of the Craft ought to be reflected in the visible beauties of a virtuous course of action among men." - page 9. Advertisement on rear wrapper for the "Freemasons' Female Orphan School" - "In this Institution the Daughters of deceased Freemasons are dieted, lodged, clothed, and educated; it is supported by contributions from the Grand Lodge of Ireland, the Private Lodges, and the Brethren generally."; 12mo 7" - 7" tall

Title: The Ethics of Freemasonry. A Lecture Delivered at the Lodge of Instruction, held under the warrant of The Victoria Lodge, No. IV., Dublin. On Monday, the 2nd of March, 1857.

Author Name: Morrison, S. G. (Rev.)

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Dublin, Brother Samuel B. Oldham: 1857

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 6362