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Final Report of the Proceedings of the Masonic Board of Relief, of the City of Chicago, Organized to Distribute the Funds...for the Relief of Master Masons, and the Widows and Children of Deceased Brethern, Who Were Rendered Needy by the Great Conflagration in the City of Chicago...
1872
 

Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Iowa, at the Eleventh Grand Annual Communication in the Town of Mount Pleasant...
1854
 

Proceedings of the M.W. Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons, of the State of Oregon, at Its Ninth Annual Communication...
1859
 

Annual Proceedings of the Grand R.A. Chapter, and Grand Council of Tennessee...
1865
 

Proceedings of the Grand Council of Alabama, at the Annual Convocation, Held in the City of Montgomery, Commencing December 6th, 1865.
1866
 

Historical Narrative, Explanation, and Vindication of the Course Pursued by the Grand Lodge of the State of New-York, in Relation to the Unmasonic and Unconstitutional Attempt of a Portion of Their Body to Revolutionize the Organization Thereof:--Addressed to their Correspondents, the Grand Lodges of the World...
1849
 

Order of Exercises at the Installation of St. Matthew's Lodge, August 21, 1823. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9" x 11". Printed in two columns with a typographical border.
1823
 

N. 5. Fifth Antimasonic State Convention, for 1834. AntiMasonic Republican Convention, for Massachusetts, Held at Boston, Sept. 10 and 11, 1834, for the Nomination of Candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor, and to Advance the Cause of Equal Rights, by the Suppression of Secret Societies.
1834
 

The Proceedings of the United States Anti-Masonic Convention, Held at Philadelphia, September 11, 1830. Embracing the Journal of Procedings, the Reports, the Debates, and the Address to the People.
1830
 

Proceedings of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of California...
1853
 

1 p. Narrow Folio Manuscript Document, Signed by 25 Citizens of Fair Haven, Mass., 5 March 1829, Announcing a Meeting to Choose Delegates for an Anti-Masonic Convention to be Held in Fall River.
1829
 

Masonic Oaths, with Notes; to which are Added Practical Proofs of the Character and Tendency of Free-Masonry.
1834
 

Masonic Oaths, with Notes; to which are Added Practical Proofs of the Character and Tendency of Free-Masonry.
1834
 

Declaration of the Freemasons of Boston and Vicinity. Presented to the Public December 31, A.D. 1831. [Caption title].
1831
 

Declaration of the Freemasons of Boston and Vicinity. Presented to the Public December 31, A.D. 1831. [Caption title]. Typographical border & advertisement for Pollard in bottom 3".
1857
 

Daily Advertiser and American-Extra. Providence, January, 1831. Memorial, to the General Assembly, From the Antimasonic State Convention, Read January 12. And Referred to a Select Committee. [Caption title and partial text]. Broadsheet, 21” x 15," six columns to a side. Old folds, sheet lightly browned, some spotty foxing and age stains, but very good withal, with generous margins.
1831
 

The Constitutions of the Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons in the State of New-York; Collected and Digested by Order of the Grand Lodge.
1801
 

Masonic Orations (Two Unpublished Speeches). Woodstock, [Vt.?] 1820 (57 pp.) and 1823 (45 pp.). 6.5 x 7.5 inches. Hand tied, no cover. Previous fold, pages browned. Legible ink.
1820
 

Annual Proceedings of the M[ost] W[orshipful] Grand Lodge of the State of Tennessee, Held in ... Nashville, on the First Monday in October, A.L. 5867. Ordered to be Read in All the Lodges. M.W. Joseph M Anderson, Grand Master, Lebanon. R.W. Charles A. Fuller, Grand Secretary, Nashville.
1867
 

Declaration of the Freemasons of Boston and Vicinity. Presented to the Public, December 31, AD. 1831 [caption title].
1857
 

Charter of Hudson River Lodge, Number 606, Newburgh, New York. June 8, 1866. Framed Manuscript Sheets, with inserted short typescript, 5 x 8 inches. 6 pp. Browned, folds, small hole at top of one page, no loss, preserved under glass.
1866
 

ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. BOSTON DAILY ADVOCATE: EXTRA. [Caption title]. Folio broadsheet, printed in four columns.
1834
 

ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. Lectures on Freemasonry.
1833
 

ALLEN, GEORGE. An Address to the Freemen of Massachusetts. By a Freeman.
1832
 

ANDERTON, SAMUEL G. "Masonry the Same, All Over the World." Another Masonic Murder. [Caption title].
1830
 

ANON. Reasons Assigned by the Church in North Wrentham, for Withdrawing from Their Masonic Brethern and Others, and Being Formed into a Distinct and Separate Church.
1830
 

ANON. Anti-Masonic Tract, No. 1, Containing 1. The Penalties of Masonry, 2. Mr. John R. Mulford's Renunciation of Freemasonry. 3. Rev. Norman Bentley's Letter...[Caption title].
1828
 

ANON. Free Masonry: a Poem. In Three Cantos. Accompanied with Notes, Illustrative of the History, Policy, Principles, &c. of the Masonic Institution; Shewing the Coincidence of Its Spirit and Design with Ancient Jesuitism; and Proving...That It Necessarily Leads to Aristocratic Distinctions in Society...A Brief Sketch of the Masonic Illuminati of Germany; of the Circumstances Relative to the Abduction of Capt. Morgan: and of the Present Prospects of Anti-Masonry in Various Sections of the Union...By a Citizen of Massachusetts.
1830
 

ANON. A Short Inquiry into the Antiquity and Pretensions of Free Masonry; Being an Examination of the "Free Mason's Monitor." By Scrutator.
1826
 

ANON. Boston Daily Advocate. Extra. Boston. January 1, 1833. Reply to the Declaration of the 1200 Masons. [Caption title].
1833
 

ANON. Three Essays, on the Modern Practice of Consecrations, and Ancient and Modern Idolatry; with Strictures on an Oration Lately Pronounced and Published, Entitled, "Masonic and Social Address, &c."
1807
 

ANON. Masonic Oaths, with Notes; to which are Added Practical Proofs of the Character and Tendency of Free-Masonry.
1834
 

BROWN, HENRY. A Narrative of the Anti-Masonick Excitement, in the Western Part of the State of New-York, During the Years 1826, '7, '8, and a Part of 1829.
1829
 

BURGES, TRISTAM. The Address of a Farmer, to the Honest Men of All Parties in the Sate of Rhode-Island, and Providence Plantations.
1832
 

CLARKE, ABRAHAM LYNS The Secrets of Masonry Illustrated and Explained; in a Discourse, Preached at South-Kingston, before the Grand Lodge of the State of Rhode-Island; Convened for the Installation of Washington-Lodge...
1799
 

COLDEN, CADWALLADER Letter of...Upon the Secret Order of Freemasonry. [Caption title]
1829
 

COLE, SAMUEL W. The Muse; or Flowers of Poetry; a Choice Collection of Favorite Odes, Poems, Songs, Elegies, Dirges, Epitaphs, Epigrams, Elegant Extracts, &c.
1827
 

COLE, SAMUEL. La Libreria Masonica y General Ahiman Rezon; Conteniendo una Delineacion de los Verdaderos Principios de Framasoneria, Especulativa y Operativa, Religiosa y Moral. Compilada de los Escritos de los Autores Mas Aprobados, Con notas y observaciones casuales. Traducida al Espanol por Eduardo Barry. Tomo I-[II].
1822
 

CONFEDERATE. By-Laws and List of Members of Richmond Randolph Lodge No. XIX, Ancient York Masons.
1864
 

DAMON, JOHN F. Artis Grand Lodge California. [Caption title]. Broadside, 17" x 21," entirely engraved on parchment, with ribbon & seal.
1855
 

EASTMAN, LUKE. Masonick Melodies, Being a Choice Selection of the Most Approved Masonick Songs...
1818
 

ELLIOT, SAMUEL. A Voice from the Green Mountains, on the Subject of Masonry & Antimasonry.
1834
 

FELT, JOEL B. An Address, Delivered Before Unity Lodge, in Ipswich...in Commemoration of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist.
1825
 

FOSTER, BROTHER LUKE A Sermon Delivered at Brookfield, Massachusetts, on the Festival of St. John the Baptist...
1815
 

GIDDINS, EDWARD. Number 1. The Anti-Masonic Almanack, for the year 1828...Fifth Edition. [and] No. 2. The Anti-Masonic Almanac...1829...[and] No. 3. The Anti-Masonic Almanac...1830...[and] No. V. Anti Masonic Almanac, for the Year 1832:...[and] Number Six. Anti Masonic Almanac for the Year 1833.
1827
 

GIDDINS, EDWARD. No. 4. Anti Masonic Almanac for...1832.
1831
 

GIDDONS, EDWARD. The New England Anti-Masonic Almanac for...1832.
1831
 

HARRIS, T.M. A Sermon Preached at Wrentham, Oct. 10th, 1798, Before the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons...on the Occasion of the Consecration of Montgomery Lodge (of Franklin).
1799
 

HARRIS, T.M.. A Few Notices of the History of Free Masonry in Several Parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa.
1798
 

HARRIS, THADDEUS MAS Constitutions of the Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons...Together with the History and General Regulations of the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. Second Edition, Revised and Corrected; with Large Additions.
1798
 

HILTON, JOHN T. Ward We the Master, Wardens and Secretary of African Lodge, No. 459, held in the Town of Boston...Do Certify, that the Bearer hereof...has been regularly initiated into the third Degree of Masonry...[Printed & holograph title]. [Broadside, 10.5" x 9." With engraved pillars, tools and eye. Ribbon threaded down the left side, remnant of seal.
1826
 

HOLLEY, MYRON. The Address of the United States Anti-Masonic Convention, Held in Philadelphia, September 11, 1830. To the People of the United States. Adopted Upon the Report of the Committee, of Whom Myron Holley of New York was Chairman.
1830
 

HOWE, JOHN. Address, Occasioned by the Death of Aaron Bean, Esq....Delivered in the Presence and at the Request of St. Paul's Royal Arch Chapter, Boston...
1820
 

HYNEMAN, LEON. The Universal Masonic Record: or, Links in the Golden Chain of Brotherhood. Containing the Name, Business, Profession and Residence of Subscribers; the Name of the Lodge, Chapter, Council and Encampment to which each one is attached; and the Rank, Position and Degree Attained in the Order...also, a List of the Masonic Lodges in America and Europe, and the Place Where Each Lodge in Held.
1857
 

KELLOGG, DAVID. The Nature, Obligation and Importance of Christian Compassion, Illustrated; in a Sermon...of Free and Accepted Masons, in Framingham...
1796
 

KNAPP, SAMUEL L. The Genius of Masonry, Or a Defense of the Order, Containing Some Remarks on the Origin and History; The Uses and Abuses of the Science, With Some Notices of Other Secret Societies in the United States, in Three Lectures.
1828
 

LARKIN, SAMUEL. The Free-Mason's Pocket Companion. A Collection of Masonic Songs.
1798
 

LAWRENCE, MYRON? The Nature and Fruits of Political Antimasonry, Practically Exhibited.
1835
 

LEVINGTON, JOHN Origin of Masonic Conspiracy; "Work and Labor of the Craft;" and Their Methods of Working
1870
 

MARYLAND. Proceedings of the G.R.A. Chapter of the State of Maryland...October 25, [1826] and...23d of May, [1827].
1827
 

MASSACHUSETTS. Report by a Joint Committee of the Legislature of Massachusetts, on Freemasonry. March, 1834. [Fly title].
1834
 

MASSACHUSETTS. An Investigation into Freemasonry by a Joint Committee of the Legislature of Massachusetts....
1834
 

MERRICK, PLINY. Renunciation of Free Masonry...[Wrapper title].
1871
 

MILNOR, JAMES. Oration on Masonry, Delivered at St. John's Church, in the City of Philadelphia, at the Request of the Right Worshipful Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, on St. John's Day, June 24, 1811, to which is pefixed an Account of the Procession, and of the Ceremonies Attending the Consecration and Dedication of the New Masonic Hall.
1811
 

MORGAN, WILLIAM. Illustrations of Masonry, by one of the Fraternity, Who Has Devoted Thirty Years to the Subject.
1827
 

MORGAN, WILLIAM. A Narrative of the Facts and Circumstances Relating to the Kidnapping and Presumed Murder of William Morgan, and of the Attempt to Carry Off David C. Miller, and to Burn or Destroy the Printing Office of the Latter, for the Purpose of Preventing the Printing and Publishing of a Book, Entitled "Illustrations of Masonry, by one of the Fraternity, Who Has Devoted Thirty Years to the Subject...with an Appendix, Containing Most of the Depositions...To which is added, the late Trials at Canadaigua.
1827
 

MORGAN, WILLIAM. Illustrations of Masonry, by One of the Fraternity, Who has devoted 30 years to the subject: With an Appendix, Containing a Key to the Higher Degrees of Freemasonry; by a Member of the Craft.
1867
 

MORGAN, WILLIAM. Illustrations of Masonry, by One of the Fraternity, Who has devoted 30 years to the subject. Second Edition. With an Account of The Kidnapping of the Author.
1827
 

MORGAN. The Trial of James Lackey, Isaac Evertson [et al]...for Kidnapping Capt. William Morgan; at the Ontario General Sessions, Held at Canandaigua, Ontario County, Aug. 22, 1827.
1827
 

MORRIS, ROB. Ed.
1855
 

NEW YORK. Proceedings of a Convention of Delegates, from the Different Counties in the State of New-York, Opposed to Free-Masonry, Held in the Capitol in the City of Albany, on the 19th, 20th and 21st Days of February, 1829.
1829
 

NICHOLS, ANDREW. The Spirit of Free-Masonry; A Poem.
1831
 

NORTH CAROLINA MASON Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of North Carolina. A.L. 5864.
1865
 

PEASE, DAVID. The Good Man in Bad Company: or Speculative Freemasonry a Wicked and Dangerous Combination. A Sermon...with an Appendix, Containing a Brief Narrative of the Author's Masonic Course...
1831
 

PIKE, ALBERT. "Constitutions and "Consequences." "By John Haigh." "Somerville, 1889." [Caption title].
1889
 

PIKE, ALBERT. Extract from a Letter of Bro. Albert Pike...Grand Commander of the Supreme Council of the Southern Jurisdiction...to Bro. Henry M. Aiken Deputy of the Sup. Council for Tennessee. [Wrapper title].
1884
 

PUNKIN, JONATHAN pse Downfall of Freemasonry, Being an Authentic History of the Rise, Progress, and Triumph of Antimasonry; Also, of the Origin and Increase of Abolition: Together with a Faithful Account of the Travels, Dangers, Attacks, Discoveries, and Escapes of the Governor from the Cut-Throats of the Lodge, During the First Years of His Administration...
1838
 

PUTNAM, DANIEL. A Masonic Discourse, Delivered at Cooperstown...Before Otsego Chapter & Lodge, in Commemoration of the Illustrious St. John, the Baptist. June 25, A.L. 5821.
1821
 

RITNER, JOSEPH. Vindication of General Washington from the Stigma of Adherence to Secret Societies...together with a Letter to Daniel Webster, and His Reply.
1841
 

ROBINSON, CYRUS. A Few Leaves from Father Robinson's Scrap-Book.
1866
 

RUSH, RICHARD. A Collection of Letters on Freemasonry. In Chronological Order.
1849
 

RUSH, RICHARD. Letter...Addressed to the Anti-Masonic Committee of York County, Pennsylvania, on the Subject of Masonry and Anti-Masonry.
1831
 

RUTHVEN, A.S. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Texas, from Its Organization in the City of Houston...Also, an Interesting History of the Masonic Order in Texas. In Two Volumes.
1860
 

SPRAGUE, WILLIAM JR. An Official Report...Upon the Subject of Masonry.
1832
 

SPRAGUE, WILLIAM JR. An Official Report by...One of the Committee of the House of Representatives of Rhode-Island, Upon the Subject of Masonry.
1832
 

STEARNS, JOHN G. An Appendix to "An Inquiry into the Nature and Tendency of Speculative Free Masonry." In which it is proved the true character of Morgan's "Illustrations of Masonry."
1828
 

TEXAS. Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter, of Texas, at the Eleventh Annual Convocation, Held at the Town of Huntsville, Commencing June 22, 1860...Together with the Proceedings of the Council of the Order of High Priesthood for the State of Texas...
1860
 

THACHER, MOSES. An Address Delivered Before Montgomery Lodge, in Medway, Mass. at Their Regular Communication of St. Alban's Lodge, Wrentham, May 13, 1829.
1829
 

THOMPSON, JAMES. An Oration. Pronounced Before Mount Zion Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons: at Hardwick, Mass. June 24, A.L. 5834. It being the Festival of St. John the Baptist.
1824
 

WEBB, THOMAS SMITH. The Miniature Monitor: Containing All the Monitorial Instructions in Blue Lodge Masonry...Compiled by Rob Morris...
1864
 

WHITTLESEY, FREDERIC Report on the Abduction and Murder of William Morgan, and on the Conduct and Measures of the Masonic Fraternity to Prevent Convictions, &c. [Caption title].
1830
 

WILLIAMS, DR. JOHN. An Address Delivered in Rural Lodge at Cambridge on the Festival of St. John the Baptist, June 24, 1796. 16mo. notebook. Ink. Later boards, leather spine. 22 pp. Browned, fine.
1796
 

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