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Frontispiece: A Lodge fitted up for the Reception of the most Respectable Master. Outside border measurements: 9 cm. x 16.5 cm.
Plate IV. A true Plan of a Lodge for the Reception of a Master.
A. The grand master’s seat. B. A kind of altar, whereon are a bible and a mallet. C. The compass. D. E. The coffin. F. Bones across. G. The ancient word of the masters. H. A death’s head. I. The rule. K. K. K. K. Gutters. L. A mountain. M. A branch of acacia. N. N. N. Three brothers who hold a roll of ppaper. O. O. O. The nine lights placed there by three. P. The senior warden. Q. The junior warden. R. The speaker. S. The brother visitors. T. The secretary. V. The treasurer. X. The receiver.
N. B. Some masons are of opinion, that in those places marked with the small letters a, b, c, the sun, flaming star, and moon, should be represented. But though this custom is constantly observed in the apprentices and fellow crafts lodges, it is not in the masters lodge.
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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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