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Unknown. Jachin and Boaz; or, An authentic key to the door of free-masonry, both ancient and modern. Calculated not only for the instruction of every newmade mason, but also for the information of all who intend to become brethren. Containing, I. A circumstantial account of all the proceedings in making a mason, with the several obligations of an entered apprentice, fellow-craft, and master; the prayers, and also the sign, grip, and password of each degree, with the ceremony of the mop and pail. II. The manner of opening a lodge, and setting the craft to work. ... VII. A safe and easy method proposed, by which a man may obtain admittance into any lodge, without passing through the form required, and thereby save a guinea or two in his pocket. VIII. Anthems, odes, songs, &c. illustrated with a beautiful frontispiece of the regalia, jewels, and emblematical ornaments belonging to masonry, and an accurate plan of the drawing on the floor of a lodge. Interspersed with variety of notes and remarks, necessary to explain and sender the whole clear to the meanest capacity. To which is now added, a new and accurate list of all the English regular lodges in the world, according to their seniority, with the dates of each constitution, and days of meeting. By a gentleman belonging to the Jerusalem Lodge; a frequent visitor at the Queen's Arms, St. Paul's Church-Yard; the Horn, in Fleet-street; Crown and Anchor, Strand; and the Salutation, Newgate-street.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 15064, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/15064. Accessed 2024-04-13.

Unknown, . Jachin and Boaz; or, An authentic key to the door of free-masonry, both ancient and modern. Calculated not only for the instruction of every newmade mason, but also for the information of all who intend to become brethren. Containing, I. A circumstantial account of all the proceedings in making a mason, with the several obligations of an entered apprentice, fellow-craft, and master; the prayers, and also the sign, grip, and password of each degree, with the ceremony of the mop and pail. II. The manner of opening a lodge, and setting the craft to work. ... VII. A safe and easy method proposed, by which a man may obtain admittance into any lodge, without passing through the form required, and thereby save a guinea or two in his pocket. VIII. Anthems, odes, songs, &c. illustrated with a beautiful frontispiece of the regalia, jewels, and emblematical ornaments belonging to masonry, and an accurate plan of the drawing on the floor of a lodge. Interspersed with variety of notes and remarks, necessary to explain and sender the whole clear to the meanest capacity. To which is now added, a new and accurate list of all the English regular lodges in the world, according to their seniority, with the dates of each constitution, and days of meeting. By a gentleman belonging to the Jerusalem Lodge; a frequent visitor at the Queen's Arms, St. Paul's Church-Yard; the Horn, in Fleet-street; Crown and Anchor, Strand; and the Salutation, Newgate-street. London: Elizabeth Newbery, William Nicoll, 1785.

Unknown , . (1785). Jachin and boaz; or, an authentic key to the door of free-masonry, both ancient and modern. calculated not only for the instruction of every newmade mason, but also for the information of all who intend to become brethren. containing, i. a circumstantial account of all the proceedings in making a mason, with the several obligations of an entered apprentice, fellow-craft, and master; the prayers, and also the sign, grip, and password of each degree, with the ceremony of the mop and pail. ii. the manner of opening a lodge, and setting the craft to work. ... vii. a safe and easy method proposed, by which a man may obtain admittance into any lodge, without passing through the form required, and thereby save a guinea or two in his pocket. viii. anthems, odes, songs, &c. illustrated with a beautiful frontispiece of the regalia, jewels, and emblematical ornaments belonging to masonry, and an accurate plan of the drawing on the floor of a lodge. interspersed with variety of notes and remarks, necessary to explain and sender the whole clear to the meanest capacity. to which is now added, a new and accurate list of all the english regular lodges in the world, according to their seniority, with the dates of each constitution, and days of meeting. by a gentleman belonging to the jerusalem lodge; a frequent visitor at the queen's arms, st. paul's church-yard; the horn, in fleet-street; crown and anchor, strand; and the salutation, newgate-street. London: Elizabeth Newbery. William Nicoll.

Unknown, . Jachin and Boaz; or, An authentic key to the door of free-masonry, both ancient and modern. Calculated not only for the instruction of every newmade mason, but also for the information of all who intend to become brethren. Containing, I. A circumstantial account of all the proceedings in making a mason, with the several obligations of an entered apprentice, fellow-craft, and master; the prayers, and also the sign, grip, and password of each degree, with the ceremony of the mop and pail. II. The manner of opening a lodge, and setting the craft to work. ... VII. A safe and easy method proposed, by which a man may obtain admittance into any lodge, without passing through the form required, and thereby save a guinea or two in his pocket. VIII. Anthems, odes, songs, &c. illustrated with a beautiful frontispiece of the regalia, jewels, and emblematical ornaments belonging to masonry, and an accurate plan of the drawing on the floor of a lodge. Interspersed with variety of notes and remarks, necessary to explain and sender the whole clear to the meanest capacity. To which is now added, a new and accurate list of all the English regular lodges in the world, according to their seniority, with the dates of each constitution, and days of meeting. By a gentleman belonging to the Jerusalem Lodge; a frequent visitor at the Queen's Arms, St. Paul's Church-Yard; the Horn, in Fleet-street; Crown and Anchor, Strand; and the Salutation, Newgate-street. London: Elizabeth Newbery, William Nicoll, 1785.

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  title={Jachin and Boaz; or, An authentic key to the door of free-masonry, both ancient and modern. Calculated not only for the instruction of every newmade mason, but also for the information of all who intend to become brethren. Containing, I. A circumstantial account of all the proceedings in making a mason, with the several obligations of an entered apprentice, fellow-craft, and master; the prayers, and also the sign, grip, and password of each degree, with the ceremony of the mop and pail. II. The manner of opening a lodge, and setting the craft to work. ... VII. A safe and easy method proposed, by which a man may obtain admittance into any lodge, without passing through the form required, and thereby save a guinea or two in his pocket. VIII. Anthems, odes, songs, &c. illustrated with a beautiful frontispiece of the regalia, jewels, and emblematical ornaments belonging to masonry, and an accurate plan of the drawing on the floor of a lodge. Interspersed with variety of notes and remarks, necessary to explain and sender the whole clear to the meanest capacity. To which is now added, a new and accurate list of all the English regular lodges in the world, according to their seniority, with the dates of each constitution, and days of meeting. By a gentleman belonging to the Jerusalem Lodge; a frequent visitor at the Queen's Arms, St. Paul's Church-Yard; the Horn, in Fleet-street; Crown and Anchor, Strand; and the Salutation, Newgate-street.},
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