The Household Masonic Library Volume 4

The Household Masonic Library Volume 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1874 edition. Excerpt: ...alone, erected since the Revival of Romaa Masonry; of which a few may be here mentioned, besides those already spoken of, viz. The Queen's House at Greenwich, Belonging to the Crowa. The great Gallery in SomerseMJardens, --The Crown. Gunnersbury-House near Brentford, j Possess'd by the Duke Middlesex, j J of Queensbury. Lindsay-House, in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, --Duke of Ancaster. York-Stairs at the Thames in York-Buildings. St. Paul's-Church in Covent-Garden, with its glorious Portico. The Building and Piazza of Covent-Garden, Duke of Bedford. Wilton-Castle in Wiltshire, Earl of Pembroke. Castle-Ashby in Northamptonshire, --.--Earl of Strafford. Stoke-Park in Ditto, Arundel Esq; Wing-House in Bedfordshire, Hon. Wm. Stanhope Esq; Chevening-House in Kent, Earl Stanhope. A.mbrose-Bury in Wiltshire, Lord Oarleton. AJ1 design'd by the incomparable Inigo Jones, and most of them p iducted by him, or by his Son-in-Law Mr. Web, according to Mr. Jones's Designes. Besides many more conducted by other Architects, influenc'd by the game happy Genius; such as, Bow-Church Steeple in Cheapside, Built by Sir Chri. Wren. Hotham-House in Beverley, Yorkshire, _ %TMavles Hotham Melvin their Concernments in a way peculiar to themselves, which the most Cunning and the most Learned cannot penetrate into, though it has been often attempted; while They know and love one other, even without the Help of Speech, or when of different Languages. And now the Freeborn British Nations, disintangled from foreign and civil Wars, and enjoying the good Fruits of Peace and Liberty, having of late much indulg'd their happy Genius for Masonry of every sort, and reviv'd the drooping Lodges of London, this fair Metropolis flourisheth, as well as other Parts, with several worthy particularshow more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236647254
  • 9781236647252