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" Masons have a great regard to the reputation as well as profit of their order ; since they make it one reason for not divulging an art in common that it may do honour to the possessors of it. I think in this particular they show too much regard for their... "
New Curiosities of Literature & Book of the Months - Страница 85
по George Soane - 1847
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The Pocket Companion and History of Free-masons: Containing Their Origine ...

Jonathan Scot (Freemason of London.) - 1754 - 328 страници
...feemstheMASONshavegre.it Regard to the Reputation as well as the Profit of their Order ; fince they make it one Reafon for not divulging an Art in common, that it may do Honour to -the Pofleflbrs of it. I think in this Particular they fhew too much Regard for their own Society, and too...

The Constitutions of the Ancient and Honourable Fraternity of Free ..., Том 1

Freemasons - 1767
...Art in common, that if may do Honour to the PoflelTors of it. I think in this Particular they (hew too much Regard for their own Society, and too little for the reft of MANKIND.. (14) ARTE of kepynge Secrettes. What Kind of an Art this is I can by no Means imagine....

A Candid Disquisition of the Principles and Practices of the Most Ancient ...

Wellins Calcott - 1769 - 243 страници
...great regard to tte reputation as well as the profit of their order ; fmce they make it one reafon for not divulging an art in common, that it may do honour to the profitfTors of it. I think in iliis particular they fhew too much regard for their own fociety, and...

The Lives of Those Eminent Antiquaries John Leland, Thomas Hearne, and ...

William Huddesford, Thomas Warton - 1772
...great regard to the reputation as well as the profit of their Order; fines they make it one reaton for not divulging an art in common, that it may do honour to the pofl'dfors of it. I think in this particular they fhew too much regard for their own iociety, and too...

The Spirit of Masonry in Moral and Elucidatory Lectures: By Wm Hutchinson

William Hutchinson - 1795 - 362 страници
...may be found. (15) PREISE.] It seems the Masons have great regard to the reputation as well as the profit of their order -, since they make it one reason...possessors of it. I think in this particular they shew too much regard for their own society, and too littls for the rest of mankind. (16) ARTE of keepyng...

The True Ahiman Rezon: Or A Help to All that Are, Or Would be Free ..., Брой 1

Laurence Dermott - 1805 - 276 страници
...Longage of Miiconnes. Preise. It seems the Masons have a great •regard to the reputation as well as the profit of their .order ; since they make it one reason...divulging an art in common, that it may do -honour to the .professors of it. I think in this particular they shew too much regard for their own society, and...

The Baltimore Reportory, of Papers on Literary and Other Topics, Том 1

1811
...may be found. (15) Preiae. It seems the Masons have a great regard to the reputation as well as the profit of their order ; since they make it one reason for not divulging an act in commmon, that it may do honour to the possessors of it. I think in this particular they show...

Constitution of Freemasonry: Or, Ahiman Rezon

Laurence Dermott - 1813 - 234 страници
...skylle of becom(15) Prrise. — It seems the Masons have a great regard to the reputation as well as the profit of their Order ; since they make it one reason for not divulging an art in common, that it do honour to the professors of it. I think in this particular they shew too much regard for their own...

Die drei ältesten Kunsturkunden der Freimaurerbrüderschaft: Bd.: 1. Abth ...

Karl Christian Friedrich Krause - 1820
...It seems the Mastin s have a great regard to the reputalion äs well ai tbe profit of thiir onlcr; since they make it one reason for not divulging an art, in common, that it may do honour to the poss:.slors ot it. I thiok in this particular they shew too nuuli regard (or their owa sociely, and...

The American Masonic Register, and Ladies' and Gentlemen's Magazine, Томове 1–2

1821
...Prtise.] II seems the Masons have great regard to the reputation as well as the profit of their-ordcr, since they make it one reason for not divulging an...own society, and too little for the rest of mankind. (17) Jhieofckaunges.] I know not what this means, unless it be the transmutation of metals. (16) Arte...




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