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The Supreme Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Scotland. Installation and Vernal Equinox Celebrations Friday, 18th March 1966 .

By: Supreme Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Scotland .

Price: £15.00

Publisher: [ Edinburgh: Royal Arch Freemason's Hall, 1966 ] . 0:

Seller ID: 36277


First edition. 8vo. pp.249 . A nice tight binding. Very clean red cloth covered boards. Gilt titles to spine: "S.G.R.A.C.S. Proceedings - 1966-1967". Clean text throughout with black & white photo frontis, and portrait of; "The Right Hon. The Earl of Galloway..." Contents Include: lists of ofice bearers; superintendents; representatives; committee; pricipals of chapters; principals and proxy principals; members of supreme grand chapter; and scibes &c.; ending with an index. View more info

History of Freemasonry in the Province of Roxburgh, Peebles and Selkirkshires, from 1674 to the Present Time by W. Fred Vernon ; with an introduction by William James Hughan

By: VERNON, W. Fred. / HUGHAN, William James [introduction] .

Price: £88.00

Publisher: London: George Kenning, 16 Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C., 1893 . 0:

Seller ID: 38588


First edition, in a very good original binding. 8vo. 8.5" x 6" x 1" . pp.16/pp.314. Green cloth over bevelled boards, very clean with only light rubbing to corners.. Bright gilt masonic symbol to front board and gilt titles to spine. Original black endpapers. Light foxing to free-endpapers, just encroaching onto the title, otherwise clean text throughout well illustrated with full-page plates and numerous line drawings within the text. A very good book. View more info

History of Freemasonry in the Province of Roxburgh, Peebles and Selkirkshires, from 1674 to the Present Time.

By: VERNON, W.Fred.

Price: £60.00

Publisher: London: George Kenning, 1893. 0:

Seller ID: 36055


1st edition. "The district which is comprised in the Province of Roxburgshire and Selkirkshire is remarkable for the richness of the remains of ancient ecclesiastical edifices, and, while tradition ascribes the introduction of Freemasonry into Scotland to the period of their erection, there is no doubt that the Builder's art, from which sprang Freemasonry, was then greatly encouraged...The records of the various lodges have been carefully transcribed, and, beyond a running commentary to sustain the continuity of the narrative, the old minutes are left to speak for themselves, and tell thei... View more info