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The Regius poem
[Regius Poem] Page one of sixty-four unnumbered pages from the Regius Poem, also known as the Halliwell Manuscript. This facsimile is the work of Mr. F. Compton Price, a skilled lithographic artist, who was pupil to Mr. Halliwell’s copyist, Mr. Joseph Netherclift.
Reproduced from Constituciones Artis Gemetriae Secundum Euclydem. A facsimile of the early poem on Freemasonry from the original manuscript presented by King George II. to the English Nation in 1757, now in the British Museum, [Bibl. Reg. 17, A. 1.] London: Spencer & Co., Great Queen Street. Boston, U.S.A.: Clarke & Carruth, 340, Washington Street. 1889.
This edition also includes a transcript of the manuscript made by Mr. Halliwell-Phillipps in 1839, Introductory Remarks by H. J. Whymper, and notes on corrections.
[page size: 95mm X 130mm]

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