Reflections on 300 Years of Freemasonry

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Reflections on 300 Years of Freemasonry
Reflections on 300 Years of Freemasonry
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Produced by members of the world's premier Lodge of research. The Proceedings of the Quatuor Coronati Conference held at Queens' College Cambridge as part of the celebrations of the Tercentenary of the foundation of the first Grand Lodge in England and as such contains almost fifty well researched essays on every aspect of English Freemasonry since that date.

 


Illustrations of Masonry

Yasha Beresiner: 300 Years of Masonic Caricatures

Martin Cherry: Illustrations of Masonry: the frontispieces of the Books  of Constitutions, 1723 to 1819

Richard Burch-Smith: Early Freemasonry in the British Colony of Demerary Essequibo 1813-1835

Michael Allan: Freemasonry in Mauritius

Freemasonry in the Colonies 

Diane Clements:  Masonic Yearbooks and the development of   Provincial Identity

Aubrey Newman:  The Evolution of the Province and the Provincial   Grand Lodge in English Freemasonry

Gerald Reilly:  The Urbanisation of Harwich 1832-1914:   The Role of Freemasons in Particular.

John Cooper III:  Freemasonry and Nation-Building on the Pacific Coast:   The California Experience

Aimee E. Newell:  British Freemasonry Comes to the New World: The First   Ten Years of the Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts

  Mark Tabbert  George Washington, General Grand Master of Freemasons  in the United States of America...or not?

Other Degrees in Freemasonry

John Acaster: The Royal Arch before the Union and its particular adoption among the Moderns

John Belton: My Brother - Just One More Degree?

Richard Gan: The Full Spectrum of Freemasonry

 

Freemasonry in the USA


Richard Berman: The Social Origins of Freemasonry in the Deep South
Brian W Price: Prince Hall Masonry

Hilary Stelling : English Transfer-Printed Presentation Pitchers in New England Lodges

The Sun is Always at its Meridian

Kent Henderson: The Origins of Australian Freemasonry

Mike Kearsley: Masonry in New Zealand

Kenneth Marcus: A Brotherhood of Constitutions -  South and Southern Africa 1811 - 2017

Tony Baker:  Freemasonry in the Encyclopedia Britannica

Robert Cooper :The impact of the formation of the Grand Lodge of England on Freemasonry in Scotland

Barry Hoffbrand: Portrait of the first Noble Grand Masterimages of John, second Duke of Montagu

Masonry in Asia, China, and India

Anthony Atkinson: 250 Years of Freemasonry in Asia

Lisa Hellman: The first lodge in China: an international hub in 18th century Canton
Roeinton Khambatta Close Encounters of Different Kinds

Masonry in Italy, Russia and Turkey

Maxine Gilhuys and Lucio Artini: Tuscany at the beginning of the XVIII Century: the English Lodge in Florence

Antony Lentin: A masonic utopia in the Russia of Catherine the Great

Emanuela Locci:  The first English Lodge in the Ottoman Empire. The Oriental Lodge No. 687

Dukes and Kings

Paul Calderwood: Royal Connection in the Twentieth Century

John Wade: Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Rulers of the Craft

Andreas C. Rizopoulos: Focusing on less known aspects of the life of Augustus Duke of Sussex

Anti-Masonry and Italy

David J Peck: 1940's - Hitler, the greatest threat to English Freemasonry

Fabio Venzi: Freemasonry and the Catholic Church 

Demetrio Xoccato: Friendship and prejudice: the relations between the United Grand Lodge of England and the Grand Orient of Italy

Red Aprons, Mathematics and War

Jonathan Dowson: Jerusalem Lodge No 197 ( f.1731)

Steven Smith: The early Eighteenth-century Masonic connections of Mathematical Instrumentmaker Jonathan Sisson (1692-1749)

Michael Beacham: Military visitors to Guernsey

Dr Brent Morris: The Impact of English Freemasonry on America and vice versa

Andreas Onnefors:  The Freemasons' Magazine 1793-1798

Róbert Péter:  Freemasonry in the eighteenth-century British press:   unmapped sources and novel research methods

Susan Snell:  The art of discovering Masonic history: how to find gems  among the archives at the Library and Museum of   Freemasonry

Jan Snoek:  Preston's Harodim Lectures and the UGLE Craft Rituals

Susan Sommers and Andrew Prescott:  James Anderson: a Child of His Times

Yoshio Washizu:  English Freemasonry - A Product of Club Movement?

Professor Andrew Prescott: in association with Professor Susan Sommers Searching for the Apple Tree

 

 

Hardcover: 736 pages

Product Dimensions: 16.7 x 2.8 x 23.2 cm

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