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Plate facing p. 24: A Lodge for the Reception of a Fellow Craft. Outside border measurements: 9.3 cm. x 15.6 cm.
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Explanation of Plate III.
A true Plan of a Lodge for the Reception of a Fellow-Craft.
1. The column Jakin. 2. The column Boaz. 3. The seven steps to ascend the temple. 4. The Mosaic pavement. 5. The western gate. 6. The mallet. 7. The rule. 8. The floor to be delineated upon. 9. The est window. 10. The level. 11. The perpendicular, or plumb-line. 12. The portal of the interior chamber. 13. The pointed cubical stone. 14. The south window. 15. The south door. 16. The sphere. 17. The rough stone. 18. The trowel. 19. The flaming star. 20. the east door. 26. 26. 26. The three lights. 27. The stool. 28. The table. 29. The grand master’s chair. 30. The senior warden’s seat. 31. The junior warden’s seat. 32. 32. 32. The masters seats. 33. 33. 33. The fellow-crafts seats, except the last member received. 34. The junior warden’s plumb-line.
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SOLOMON in all his GLORY : OR, THE MASTER MASON. BEING A TRUE GUIDE to the inmost Recesses of FREE-MASONRY, Both ANCIENT and MODERN. CONTAINING A minute account of the Proceedings from an Entered Apprentice to a Past Master, with the different Signs, Words, and Gripes. LONDON : Printed, And DUBLIN Reprinted by T. WILKINSON, No. 40, Winetavern street, where may be had all sorts of Free Masons Books. 1777. 72 p. 13 cm. x 20 cm.

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