The duties of freemasonry illustrated and enforced in a discourse delivered at Chelmsford, Massachusetts at the consecration of Pentucket Lodge, October 12, A.D. 1809, A.L. 5809 by Wilkes Allen

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Statementby Wilkes Allen ; published by request of the M.W.G. Lodge and the fraternity present.
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 16824.
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Pagination22 p.
Number of Pages22
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The implication was, that I should simply listen and learn, and not say too much. History of Freemasonry in the just position which it should occupy but has never yet occupied, is the object of the labors expended in the composition of the first part of this work.

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