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A CANDID DISQUISITION OF THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES Of the Most Ancient and Honourable Society of Free and Accepted Masons; Together with Some Strictures on the Origin, Nature and Design of that Institution. Dedicated, by Permission, to the most Noble and most Worshipful Henry Duke of Beautfort, &c. &c. Grand Master
London: Printed for the Author ... 1769. . 1st Ed. [iv] + xxxii + 243pp. Some light browning, contemporary inscription across head of t.p., old calf, rebacked in gilt lettered calf with gilt rule edged raised bands, some wear to edges, upper joint cracked. ESTC T136738. With 32pp. of Subscribers. Wellins Calcott (bap. 1726), religious writer and freemason, was a native of Shropshire. ODNB ?'... In 1769 Calcott published the influential [above work] in which he argues that freemasonry promotes every social and moral virtue ...?' US$578
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