Context of Mahhabone : or, the grand lodge door open'd. Wherein is discovered the whole secrets of free-masonry, both ancient and modern. Containing An exact Account of all the Ceremonies and Mysteries belonging to Masonry, from an Entered Apprentice to a Pass'd Master, without any Omission of the smallest Particular; as authorized and delivered in all good Lodges. Illustrated with proper Remarks, necessary to explain the whole to the meanest Capacity, whether a Brother or not. To which is added, The true Method of a Free-Mason finding out a Brother in public Company, with what Degree he belongs to, without being discovered by any but the said Brother. Also, A Specimen of the Secret Way of Writing in Masonry, with an Explanation of the Characters: And several other curious Particulars, never before made public. Embellish'd With a beautiful Copper-Plate Frontispiece, representing the Drawing on the Floor of a Lodge with References explaining the whole. To which is annex'd, A Collection of Masons Songs: With Solomon, a grand Oratorio. Also, A compleat List of all the English regular Lodges in the World, according to their Seniority: With the Dates of each Constitution, and Days of Meeting. The Whole being entirely authentic; and the grandest Performance of the Kind that has yet appeared in Print. The second edition, with additions. By J*** G******, A regular Brother of Free-Masonry, Having mounted the Steps of One, Two, and Three

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