The Four Old Lodges, Founders of Modern Freemasonry, and Their Descendants. A Record of the Progress of the Craft in England and of the Career of Every Regular Lodge down to the Union of 1813. With an Authentic Compilation of Descriptive Lists for Historic Reference

By: Gould, Robert Freke

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Book Condition: Very Good with No dust jacket as issued


Previous owner's signature dated 1964 on front endpaper. ; Scarce. [viii], 82, [2 (blank)] pages. Cobalt blue cloth baords with gilt lettering on spine and front board. Blind-stamped borders with corner decorations on boards. Page dimensions: 281 x 212mm. Text in double columns. "It is the design of the following remarks, primarily, to elucidate the history and status of the survivors of the Four Old Lodge who, on the Festival of St. John the Baptist A.D., 1717, met adn instituted the premier Grand Lodge of the World - and, incidentally, to trace back to their earliest periods and places of assembly in the last century, various Lodges now existign, which were called into being during the half century immediately following the Masonic revival." - page 1. Robert Freke Gould (1836-1915) was also the author of the "History of Freemasonry" (1883-1887). [Reference: Wikipedia entry on Robert Freke Gould, accessed July 2020]

Title: The Four Old Lodges, Founders of Modern Freemasonry, and Their Descendants. A Record of the Progress of the Craft in England and of the Career of Every Regular Lodge down to the Union of 1813. With an Authentic Compilation of Descriptive Lists for Historic Reference

Author Name: Gould, Robert Freke

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Spencer's Masonic Depot: 1879

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good with No dust jacket as issued

Seller ID: 21804