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A Concise Index, to the 'Transactions' of 'AQC' for vol.1 to vol.80 (Hewitt, A.R. & Massey, H.G.) (1971) 86:267
  AQC Database No. 648


A dialogue between Simon and Philip (prob. 1725 to 1730) [Catechism], [EMC] 106:52
  AQC Database No. 649


A Scientist' View of the Old Constitutions (Turner) 108:213-39; Applications 234-39
  AQC Database No. 650


A Tale of Two (Or More) Certificates, An Everyday Tale of Zeal and Plagiarism How to Make Your Daily Advancement (Trotter) [NS] 108:196-212
  AQC Database No. 651


A.A.O.N.M.S. (AAONMS), Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (1870/6); See also: Shriners, Order of [AAONMS], Chicago (USA) (Shrine of North America) 97:103-4
  AQC Database No. 652


A.M.D., A Century of the (1979), Prestige, H.H.C., (Order of the Allied Masonic Degrees) [AMD], reviewed (Smyth) 91:218-19
  AQC Database No. 653


Aaron, "Grand Master", in Masonic "history" 84:1
  AQC Database No. 654


Aaron, (in the Hebrew religion) [VSL] 97:87
  AQC Database No. 655


Aarons, George (d.1848), Lecture Master 92:41, 46, 53, 61
  AQC Database No. 656


Aarons, George (d.1848), and Peter Gilkes 84:270, 274
  AQC Database No. 657


Aarons, George (d.1848), init. Israel L.205 (1819), as Lecture Master 'Blind George', Preceptor and articles in (FQR) 80:292
  AQC Database No. 658


Abano, Pietro d' (1250-1316), physician 99:207
  AQC Database No. 659


Abbey (now Lechmere) Mark L.59, Tewkesbury 91:67
  AQC Database No. 660


Abbott, Blizzard; History of the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution (3rd ed., 1902) 102:134, 151n13, 160
  AQC Database No. 661


Abbott, G. Blizard; Masonic Portraits, Vol.II (1879) 106:172-3, 182; Masonic Portraits, Vol.I (1876) 184n2
  AQC Database No. 662


Abbott, G. Blizard; Masonic Portraits (1879) 85:275
  AQC Database No. 663


Abbott, George, Archbishop of Canterbury (1611-33) 100:160-1
  AQC Database No. 664


Abbott, John Edward, of L.140, and the Liverpool Rebellion [WGL] (1821) 85:45
  AQC Database No. 665


Abbott, L.M., S.G.C. (33() [A&ASR] (NMJ) (1920s) (USA); See: Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite (33() [A&ASR] (NMJ) (USA)
  AQC Database No. 666


Abbott, Norris G., Jr. (USA); Colonial Freemasonry (1973) (ed. Cook, Lewis C.), his article in, on the early development of Freemasonry in Rhode Island (USA) 90:262
  AQC Database No. 667


Abd-ul-Hamid II, Turkish Sultan (1876-1918) 104:191-2
  AQC Database No. 668


Abdel Meguid Younis (d.1940) (Younis, Abdel Meguid), GM (1932-1940), National Grand Lodge of Egypt 81:213
  AQC Database No. 669


Abdul Qaiyum, Sahibzada (fl.1909), Peshawar 104:260
  AQC Database No. 670


Abdul Rachman, first-known Malaysian freemason (1844) 104:28
  AQC Database No. 671


Abdulmecid II (Abdülhamit) (d.1918), Sultan, Turkish ruler (Ottoman Empire) (1876-1909) 107:230
  AQC Database No. 672


Abel, Carl Frederick, composer 87:248
  AQC Database No. 673


Abell, Frederick, his private Lodge certificate from L.9* at Dundee Arms (1799) [PGL], Wapping, now Old Dundee L.18 [UGL] 82:243
  AQC Database No. 674


Abercorn, 1st Marquess of (late 18th-C.), Sir John Soane made additions to his house in Ireland (1790s) 95:194
  AQC Database No. 675


Abercorn, 2nd Duke of (formerly Lord Hamilton), SGW (1875) [UGL], as one of the six personal guests at the wedding of the Prince of Wales (1863) (Edward VII) 109:98, 110n31
  AQC Database No. 676


Abercorn, James Hamilton (1685/6-1743/4), 7th Earl of, (formerly Lord Paisley), GM [PGL] (1726) 96:89
  AQC Database No. 677


Abercorn, James Hamilton (1685/6-1743/4), 7th Earl of, (formerly Lord Paisley), GM [PGL] (1726), F.R.S. (1715) (RS) 91:173, 183; See also: Three early Grand Masters (Edwards) (in AQC vol.58:226-41)
  AQC Database No. 678


Abercorn, James Hamilton (1685/6-1743/4), 7th Earl of, (formerly Lord Paisley), GM [PGL] (1726) 88:76
  AQC Database No. 679


Abercorn, James Hamilton (1685/6-1743/4), 7th Earl of, (formerly Lord Paisley), GM [PGL] (1726), (Edwards, Lewis) Three early Grand Masters 58:226-41
  AQC Database No. 680


Abercorn L.159 (IC), Johannesburg 97:30
  AQC Database No. 681


Abercrombie Lodge (Oddfellows, 1810), Manchester (Unity), (Independent Order of Odd Fellows) (I.O.O.F.) (IOOF) 100:99
  AQC Database No. 682


Aberdeen (Scotland), (Gould, R.F.) The Merchant and Craft Gilds of Aberdeen (Gilds) 2:159-61; (Gould, R.F.) Constitution of the Aberdeen Crafts (Gilds) 160-1
  AQC Database No. 683


Aberdeen (Scotland), (Miller, A.L.) The Connection of Dr. James Anderson of the "Constitutions" (1723)/(1738) [PGL] with Aberdeen and Aberdeen University 36:86-103
  AQC Database No. 684


Aberdeen, L.1(3) ter of (SC) 101:160
  AQC Database No. 685


Aberdeen, L.1(3) ter of (SC) (before 1670) 100:136, 159, 162
  AQC Database No. 686


Aberdeen, L.1(3) ter of (SC) 98:167
  AQC Database No. 687


Aberdeen, L.1(3) ter of (SC) 94:40
  AQC Database No. 688


Aberdeen, L.1(3) ter of (SC) 91:5, 15-20 passim, 21n15,21,23; John Skene (USA), raised (1682) 227; an account (1699) 230, 230; its Laws and Statutes q.17, 18 ter, 21,n9,22, 229; its Mark Book 99, 227-8, 228, 229; and its meeting place (c.1700), from Views of Aberdeen (1723) 24
  AQC Database No. 689


Aberdeen, L.1(3) ter of (SC) 90:225
  AQC Database No. 690


Aberdeen, L.1(3) ter of (SC) 89:169
  AQC Database No. 691


Aberdeen, L.1(3) ter of (SC), Laws and Statutes of (1670) 85:218, q.231, 240; Mark Book in 27; Minutes of (1709) 219, 233-4; as an operative Lodge 13-14, 15, 16; its copy of the 'Old Charges' (MS.) (c.1670) 25, 27; Treasurer's Account of (1699) 218, q.231, 240; Notes on Early History of Lodge of Aberdeen No.1(ter) (A.L. Miller, 1919) 219, 231
  AQC Database No. 692


Aberdeen, L.1(3) ter of (SC), by-laws (1670) q. 83:346, q.352; its first non-operatives 365
  AQC Database No. 693


Aberdeen, L.1(3) ter of (SC), non-operatives' banquets (1670) 82:332
  AQC Database No. 694


Aberdeen, L.1(3) ter of (SC) 81:158
  AQC Database No. 695


Aberdeen, Lord, and Lord Carnarvon (1831-90) in the House of Lords (1854) 106:79
  AQC Database No. 696


Aberdeen Masonic Reporter (1958-1960) 92:191, 198-9
  AQC Database No. 697


Aberdeen MS. (1670) [D.i.11.] (Stirling Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 95:141
  AQC Database No. 698


Aberdeen MS. (1670) [D.i.11.] (Stirling Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 94:40, 235
  AQC Database No. 699


Aberdeen MS. (1670) [D.i.11.] (Stirling Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 90:188n4,5
  AQC Database No. 700


Aberdeen MS. (1670) [D.i.11.] (Stirling Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 81:190
  AQC Database No. 701


Aberdeen MS. (1670) [D.i.11.] (Stirling Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family), (Baxter, R.H.) The Old Charges and the Ritual 31:33-55; location (L.1(3), Scotland), and where reproduced (Voice of Masonry, 1874, Chicago) 40-44
  AQC Database No. 702


Aberdeen, the two Bishops of, in James Anderson's 'History' (page 89), Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL], used by Starck, as the Clerics Chapter in Aberdeen (Scotland), (Prior Montmouth, and Alding, and Stuart) 109:30, 46n69, 47n71
  AQC Database No. 703


Aberdeenshire Masonic Reporter (1878) 92:191, 195, 198
  AQC Database No. 704


Aberdeenshire Militia (55th) 94:209-10
  AQC Database No. 705


Aberdour, James Douglas (1702-1768), Lord, later 14th Earl of Morton, F.R.S. (1733), President (1764-8) (RS), GMM (SC) (1739), GM [PGL] (1741) 96:130; See also: (in AQC vol.80:113)
  AQC Database No. 706


Aberdour, James Douglas (1702-1768), Lord, later 14th Earl of Morton, F.R.S. (1733), President (1764-8) (RS), GMM (SC) (1739), GM [PGL] (1741) 87:108
  AQC Database No. 707


Aberdour, Sholto Charles (1732-74), Lord, later 15th Earl of Morton (1768), F.R.S. (1754) (RS), GM [PGL] (1757-61), GMM (SC) (1755-7), Scotland 109:245
  AQC Database No. 708


Aberdour, Sholto Charles (1732-74), Lord, later 15th Earl of Morton (1768), F.R.S. (1754) (RS), GM [PGL] (1757-62), GMM (SC) (1755-7), Scotland 95:96
  AQC Database No. 709


Aberdour, Sholto Charles (1732-74), Lord, later 15th Earl of Morton (1768), F.R.S. (1754) (RS), GM [PGL] (1757-62), GMM (SC) (1755-7), Scotland 83:164 ter, 166
  AQC Database No. 710


Aberdour, Sholto Charles (1732-74), Lord, later 15th Earl of Morton (1768), F.R.S. (1754) (RS), GM [PGL] (1757-61), GMM (SC) (1755-6), Scotland 13:126
  AQC Database No. 711


ABF; See: Association of British Freemasons in Germany (ABF) (1949-1957) 83:283-86; See also: The Provincial Grand Lodge of British Freemasons in Germany (G) (1962/63) 286, 300
  AQC Database No. 712


Abif, Hiram [VSL] 107:190, 192, 194
  AQC Database No. 713


Abif, Hiram (Aviv) [VSL] 97:78
  AQC Database No. 714


Abiram, the murderer of the Architect, in the 'Elect' degree legend (French) 106:163, 170n24
  AQC Database No. 715


Ablitt, H., master (WM) (1904) of Zetland L.1157 [UGL], Alexandria, Egypt 82:53
  AQC Database No. 716


Aboyne, Charles, Earl of (later 10th Marquess of Huntly), Provincial GM, North Huntingdonshire and Huntingdonshire (1840-63) 98:29, 35
  AQC Database No. 717


Aboyne Encampment, K.T. [KT] (SC) (1812-1818), Aberdeen 94:209-10
  AQC Database No. 718


Aboyne, L.278 (SC) (1799-c.1829), North British Militia 94:209-10
  AQC Database No. 719


Abraham and Isaac, story of [VSL] 106:163
  AQC Database No. 720


Abraham, his trees in Beer-sheba 88:194
  AQC Database No. 721


Abraham, P.L., District GM of Jamaica (1950), on Sir Henry Blake (Blade), Governor of Jamaica (1889-1900), District GM of Jamaica (1897), Governor of Hong Kong (1900), Governor of Bahamas, Newfoundland and Ceylon; See also: Freemasonry in Ceylon (in AQC vol.59:129-187) 61:162-4
  AQC Database No. 722


Abraham, Samuel Victor (Montefiore L.) 92:39
  AQC Database No. 723


Abraham [VSL] 99:82, 122, 135, 207
  AQC Database No. 724


Abraham's servant, according to the Midrash (Jewish Hebrew source), one of the thirteen who did not taste the taste of death [VSL] 107:189
  AQC Database No. 725


Abrahams, A., Masons' Marks 4:242
  AQC Database No. 726


Abrahams, R. (Netherlands), on history of Knights Templar [KT] (Smyth, F.) 103:262
  AQC Database No. 727


Abrahams; Jewish Life in the Middle Ages. (n.d.) q. 97:86, 87
  AQC Database No. 728


Absalom at Home, L.8382 (1971) [UGL], London 83:298; crest of 297
  AQC Database No. 729


Absalom, New, L.841 (G) (1957), Rheindahlen (Mother Lodge; British Freemasons in Germany) 83:280-5 passim, 290, 291-2, 293-4, 296; crest of 292
  AQC Database No. 730


Absalom zu den drei Nesseln, Lodge (now L.1, Germany), formed (1730/7)!, warranted L.124* [PGL] (1740), Hamburg (Germany) 109:10-11; Bode, Johann Joachim Christoff Taglörtnersohn (1730-1793), init. in (1761) 45n54; Marschall, Heinrich Wilhelm von (d.1751) as SW of (n.d.) 43n14; See also: L.124* [PGL] (1737), Loge d'Hambourg/Luttmann Lodge/Absalon/Absalom (1740), L.119* [PGL] (1755), L.20* [OS] (1765), L.506* (1786) L.415* (1792) [PGL], L.14* (1811) (G) 'English Freemasonry in Europe 1717-1919' (1994) [PL]
  AQC Database No. 731


Absalom zu den drei Nesseln, Lodge (now L.1, Germany), Hamburg 97:8, 14, 16
  AQC Database No. 732


Absalom zu den drei Nesseln, Lodge (now L.1, Germany), Hamburg 96:122, 145
  AQC Database No. 733


Absalom zu den drei Nesseln, Lodge (now L.1, Germany), Hamburg 95:34
  AQC Database No. 734


Absalom zu den drei Nesseln, Lodge (now L.1, Germany), Hamburg 92:82, 83, 103
  AQC Database No. 735


Absalom zu den drei Nesseln, Lodge (now L.1, Germany), Hamburg 90:278; See also: Absalom L.124* [PGL], Hamburg (1733) (in AQC vol.9:146-153)
  AQC Database No. 736


Absalom zu den drei Nesseln, Lodge (now L.1, Germany), Hamburg 83:285, 289, 290, 298
  AQC Database No. 737


Absalom zu den drei Nesseln, Lodge (now L.1, Germany), Hamburg, (Wiebe, Carl) Notes on German Freemasonry, Absalom Lodge (1733/7), L.124* [PGL] (1740), Hamburg (G) 9:146-53
  AQC Database No. 738


Absent Brethren, the Toast and the Ode (Stephanos) 88:188
  AQC Database No. 739


Absent Brethren, toast to (Q.137), in Antiquity (L.1*) [PGL] (1759), (now L.2) 85:367; See also: Masonic Toasts (in AQC vol.82:332-338)
  AQC Database No. 740


Absent Brethren, toast to 82:337
  AQC Database No. 741


Absent Brethren: the nine o'clock toast. (Harry Carr), (Q.83) 80:335
  AQC Database No. 742


Absolute Sovereign Grand Master (90() (Misraim) 85:291
  AQC Database No. 743


Abufi, Ludwig; Geschichte der Freimaurerei in Österreich-Ungern (Vol.II, 1891), (Vol.III, 1893), (Vol.IV, 1893), (Vol. V, 1899) 90:67
  AQC Database No. 744


Aburrow, Charles (1852-1932), 2nd District GM [UGL] (1905-1922), Transvaal; See: South Africa
  AQC Database No. 745


Acacia (flora, as symbol) 101:3
  AQC Database No. 746


Acacia (flora) 94:203-5, 207
  AQC Database No. 747


Acacia (shittim wood) 89:67
  AQC Database No. 748


Acacia (Cassia) 85:97n11
  AQC Database No. 749


Acacia 84:197; and the Crown of Thorns 204, 208
  AQC Database No. 750


Acacia L.7 (IC), Belfast, John Heron Lepper+, init. (1901) in 105:124-5
  AQC Database No. 751


Acacia L.876 (founded, 1861) [UGL], Montevideo (1927), Uruguay 86:113
  AQC Database No. 752


Acacia L.1309, Hampton Court 105:175
  AQC Database No. 753


Acacia L.2321 (1889), Bradford 87:198, 202
  AQC Database No. 754


Acacia L.3436 [UGL], (L.3434!), founded by H.A. Sherry (1910), one of two lodges concerned with funeral directing, and The British Institute of Undertaker (1898) 108:20-21, 27n
  AQC Database No. 755


Acacia Lodge, Winterthur (1820), by Lodge "Modestia cum Libertate" 84:210, 211
  AQC Database No. 756


Acacia, L', (French periodical, c.1932, No.94) q. 101:93-4
  AQC Database No. 757


Acacia, L', (French periodical, 1907) 100:26-7
  AQC Database No. 758


Acacia, L', (France periodical, 1907) q. 91:28
  AQC Database No. 759


acacia, the 104:218-19
  AQC Database No. 760


acacia, the 92:94, 101
  AQC Database No. 761


Acacia, The (Wise), (The Acacia Vera somtimes called the 'Egyptian Thorn') 90:292
  AQC Database No. 762


Acacia, The (Zeldis) 88:194-5
  AQC Database No. 763


Academia Brasiliera Maçónica de Letras; Transactions (1986), reviewed (Seal-Coon) 104:247-8
  AQC Database No. 764


Academia Masonica (Reuss) 108:143
  AQC Database No. 765


Academia Masonica, projected 91:31, 38
  AQC Database No. 766


Accademie of Armory, An (1688) [Pamphlet], [EMP], by Randle Holme III (1627-1799), antiquary & Freemason, member of a Lodge at Chester 97:126-7
  AQC Database No. 767


Accepcon, The (Acception), London Masons' Company, first (earliest) known truly 'Speculative' Lodge! 69:89, 91-94, 102; Ashmole' visit at Masons' Hall (1682) 94
  AQC Database No. 768


Accepted, adoption of term 107:56
  AQC Database No. 769


Accepted Ceremonies of Craft Freemasonry, The (1873, 1880) 84:62-3
  AQC Database No. 770


Accepted Masonry, in Prichard 'Masonry Dissected' [MD] 94:112-13
  AQC Database No. 771


Accepted Masonry 82:293; emergence of 271; older than imagined 265, 274
  AQC Database No. 772


Accepted Masons 107:69
  AQC Database No. 773


Accepted Masons, earliest use of term 91:79
  AQC Database No. 774


Accepted Scottisch Rite of Freemasonry [A&ASR], Southern Masonic Jurisdiction (SMJ), United States of America (USA) 107:87
  AQC Database No. 775


Acception 'the body within the Worshipful (London) Company of Freemasons, referred to as the', (2nd decade of the 17th-Century), not limited to operative masons (Dyer/Carr) (in AQC Vol.95:169) 108:49, 59n8, 60n9; See also: London Company of Masons 53, 55-56
  AQC Database No. 776


Acception, the; See also: London Masons' Company, Lodge of 106:46
  AQC Database No. 777


Acception, the; See also: London Masons' Company 97:64, 123, 125, 137-8
  AQC Database No. 778


Acception, the; See also: London Masons' Company 95:122, 137, 185, 187, 189 [etc.]
  AQC Database No. 779


Acception, the; See also: London Masons' Company, the 91:78, 83, 91, 94-6, 97, 98
  AQC Database No. 780


Acception, the; See also: London Masons' Company 90:146-7, 148, 170
  AQC Database No. 781


Acception, the; See also: London Masons' Company 88:78, 80; See also: (Conder) (in AQC vol.9:28-50)
  AQC Database No. 782


Acception, the; See also: London Masons' Company, first (earliest) known truly 'Speculative' Lodge (1621) 87:205
  AQC Database No. 783


Acception, the; See also: London Masons' Company 81:5, 156, 160, 187; Speculative society, a? 201
  AQC Database No. 784


Accomplish Midwife, The: etc. Mauriceau, Francois (London, 1673) 107:27
  AQC Database No. 785


Account of rebuilding the Cathedral Church of St. Paul's, London. (J.W. Horsley) 17:101-25
  AQC Database No. 786


Account of Shakespeare L.426. (J.J. Rainey) 10:41-5
  AQC Database No. 787


Account of the Minutes of the Royal Lodge, (1777-1817). (G.P.G. Hills) 31:69-122
  AQC Database No. 788


Accrington, Keith (Iowa, Asst Librarian) 82:106
  AQC Database No. 789


Ach Gott im Himmel, sieh darein (chorale) 87:53
  AQC Database No. 790


Achilles University L.4078, Newcastle-on-Tyne, founded (1920), (University Lodge) [UGL] 59:16
  AQC Database No. 791


Ackerman, James S.; Palladio (1966) 101:163
  AQC Database No. 792


Ackernecht, E.H., 'Great Doctors and Scientists as Freemasons' in 'Clio Medica' vol.17 (1982) 107:78n11
  AQC Database No. 793


Acklalm (jeweller), successor to Thomas Harper 84:182
  AQC Database No. 794


Acklam, John Philip, silversmith, init. Britich L.8 (1819), G.Steward (1826) 86:247, 248, 248n1
  AQC Database No. 795


Ackley, Aaron, tavern keeper, Canandaigua (1826), the Morgan affair (USA) 106:132
  AQC Database No. 796


Acropolis at Athens (447-432 B.C.), Parthenon on (true 'Doric' style) 82:40
  AQC Database No. 797


Act of Supremacy and Uniformity; (Book of Common Prayer), by Edward VI (1547-53) 106:18, 43
  AQC Database No. 798


Act of Union, (1813), English Grand Lodges [PGL] & [AGL] => [UGL] 106:107, 112
  AQC Database No. 799


Acta Latomorum (2 vols, Reprint Genève-Paris) (1980), on the Chapter of Clermont (1754) (Clermont Rite), Paris (Thory, C.A.) 106:163, 170n26,30
  AQC Database No. 800


Action maçonnique, L' (1868) 92:13n40,43
  AQC Database No. 801


Acton, Harold; The Bourbons of Naples, 1734-1825. (1956), on how a Neapolitan priest Carlo Lauberg, aimed to transform Naples lodges into Jacobin clubs (c.1790s) 83:93, 93n2
  AQC Database No. 802


Acton, John, 1st Lord; Historical Essays and Studies (1907) q. 90:267
  AQC Database No. 803


Acton, Lord J.E. (1834-1902); Cambridge Modern History (1896) (Vol.1) 107:151; (ed., 1907) 152n14
  AQC Database No. 804


Acton, Sir John (Naples, c.1780) 93:87, 89
  AQC Database No. 805


Actress dressing in a barn (painting), William Hogarth (after 1730) 107:37
  AQC Database No. 806


Acts of Uniformity (1552/59), that Roman Catholic had to attend the national Church (R.C.) 109:2
  AQC Database No. 807


Adah, in the O.E.S. (Order of the Eastern Star) [OES] 100:181, 182-3
  AQC Database No. 808


Adair, Lt.-Col. (Brig.) W.A., Provincial GM, Somerset (1863-9) 85:275, 288
  AQC Database No. 809


Adair, Maj.-Gen. Sir Allan H.S., Bt., Past 3rd Grand Principal ('J'), R.A. (1962) [RA] (EC) 96:187-8
  AQC Database No. 810


Adair, Maj.-Gen. Sir Allan H.S., Bt., Deputy GM [UGL] (1969) 85:288
  AQC Database No. 811


Adair, Maj.-Gen. Sir Allan H.S., Bt., Deputy GM [UGL] (1969), and the amendments of the (VGLvD) Charter in Germany (1970) 83:289, 297
  AQC Database No. 812


Adair, Maj.-Gen. Sir Allan H.S., Bt., Assistant GM [UGL] (1953-1969), at the Annual Reunion Meeting of 'The Anglo-Foreign Lodges A' (1969) 81:224
  AQC Database No. 813


Adalolphe, 22nd Abbot and Comte de Boulogne et Ternois, cousin to both Athelstan and Edwin 108:227, 233n27,34
  AQC Database No. 814


Adam, del'Isle (d.1534), GM [KH], Hospitallers (medieval) 91:58 bis
  AQC Database No. 815


Adam Kadmon, the body of primordial man 102:240
  AQC Database No. 816


Adam, Robert (1728-1792), architect 109:6; See also: Famous Scottish freemasons (biographical); Web Homepage (SC) <http://www.grandlodgescotland.com/website/famous.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 817


Adam, Robert (1728-1792), architect 101:179
  AQC Database No. 818


Adam, William (1689-1748), architect 101:165
  AQC Database No. 819


Adam zur Weisheit, Lodge, Dresden (Theodor Reuss's Illuminati Rite) 91:32
  AQC Database No. 820


Adam [VSL], in Anderson's "History" (Book of Constitutions) (1723) [PGL] 84:1
  AQC Database No. 821


Adamama Rose Croix Chapter No.50 (1879) [A&ASR], Kimberley 99:171, 186
  AQC Database No. 822


Adamberger, Valentin, opera singer 89:177
  AQC Database No. 823


Adamberger, Valentin, opera singer 87:45, 48, 54, 62
  AQC Database No. 824


Adami, Carl, globe-maker 102:45
  AQC Database No. 825


Adamites, (Ranking, D.F. de L'H.) Some notes on various Gnostic Sects, and their possible influence on Freemasonry 24:202-47
  AQC Database No. 826


Adamites, the 93:90
  AQC Database No. 827


Adams, Cecil Clare+ (1891-1963), Col., Master (WM) of Quatuor Coronati L.2076 (1939) 105:49, 51, 63
  AQC Database No. 828


Adams, Cecil Clare+ (1891-1963), first masonic historian fully to appreciate the value of bibliography 103:129-30, 141, 143
  AQC Database No. 829


Adams, Cecil Clare+ (1891-1963) 96:113, 126; 'Our Oldest Lodge' (Prestonian Lecture) (1949) [PL], (Antiquity L.2); See: 'Collected Prestonian Lectures, The (1965, 1984) 127n
  AQC Database No. 830


Adams, Cecil Clare+ (1891-1963), on 'Ahiman Rezon, the Book of Constitutions' (1756), [AGL] (in AQC vol.46:239-306, 244) 83:2n3, 3n1, 5n1
  AQC Database No. 831


Adams, Cecil Clare+ (1891-1963), Past Master of Antiquity L.2, his Obituary 76:158, 236
  AQC Database No. 832


Adams, Cecil Clare+ (1891-1963), his Biography and Installation as Master (WM) of (L.2076) 52:283-4; Inaugural Address (1939), Masonic Libraries and Museums 270-82
  AQC Database No. 833


Adams, Cecil Clare+ (1891-1963), Notes on some 18th century Masonic handbooks (on masonic bibliography) 50:145-86
  AQC Database No. 834


Adams, Cecil Clare+ (1891-1963), The Freemasons' Pocket Companions of the 18th Century 46:222; Ahiman Rezon, the Book of Constitutions [AGL] (on masonic bibliography) 239-306
  AQC Database No. 835


Adams, Cecil Clare+ (1891-1963), The Freemasons' Pocket Companions of the 18th Century (on masonic bibliography) 45:165-231
  AQC Database No. 836


Adams, Dudley, George senior., & George junior., instrument-makers 102:37, 45-6, 50
  AQC Database No. 837


Adams, Elisha, abductor? of William Morgan (affair) (1826), (USA) 106:132, 134, 136-7
  AQC Database No. 838


Adams, George, GM, Grand Lodge of Niagara, and Provincial GM (Upper Canada) (1820s) 96:11, 30-1
  AQC Database No. 839


Adams, J.W., son of John W., exalted (1814) [RA] 91:159, 161 bis
  AQC Database No. 840


Adams, John Quincy (1767-1848), 6th President (1825-29) (USA), son of John Adams (1735-1826), President (1797-1801) (USA) 105:231-2
  AQC Database No. 841


Adams, John W., and the Deptford MS. (St. George, c.1819) [RA] 91:157, 159, 161
  AQC Database No. 842


Adams, Professor J. McKee (USA); Ancient Records and the Bible (1946) [VSL] 82:156, 156n4
  AQC Database No. 843


Adams, Stephen (Michael Maybrick), composer and G.Org. (1889) 83:336
  AQC Database No. 844


Adams, Thomas (fl.1612-53), theologian, q. 103:200-1n23
  AQC Database No. 845


Adams, W. Marsham; The House of the Hidden Places, a clue of early Creed of Egyptian Sources. (1895), reviewed 8:171-172
  AQC Database No. 846


Adams, William, his letter to G.Sec. [UGL] (1847) q. 86:198
  AQC Database No. 847


Adamson, Henry, Edinburgh; The Muses Threnodie (1638), [Pamphlets], [EMP] q. 97:121, 124, 142, 146-7
  AQC Database No. 848


Adamson, Henry, Edinburgh; The Muses Threnodie (1638), [Pamphlets], [EMP] 85:218, 220
  AQC Database No. 849


Adcock, William, GM (1786-1788) Pennsylvania (USA) 107:248
  AQC Database No. 850


Adcock, William, Provincial GM [AGL] (A) (1783-6), Pennsylvania (USA) 90:228
  AQC Database No. 851


Adderbury church, masons at 98:95-6
  AQC Database No. 852


Addison, C.G.; The Knights Templar (1874) [KT] 107:227
  AQC Database No. 853


Addison, John, & Co., globe-makers 102:46
  AQC Database No. 854


Addison, Joseph (1672-1719), writer 101:5-6
  AQC Database No. 855


Additional Degrees, (Oortman-Gerlings, J.D.) Early history of the High Degrees in the Netherlands 5:158-65
  AQC Database No. 856


Additional Degrees, (Tuckett, J.E.S.) The Origin of Additional Degrees [AMD] 33:78
  AQC Database No. 857


Additional Degrees, (Tuckett, J.E.S.) The Origin of Additional Degrees [AMD] 32:5-55
  AQC Database No. 858


Additional Degrees, (Yarker, John) The High Grades in Bristol and Bath [HG] 17:88-90
  AQC Database No. 859


Additional Degrees, The, Ramsay and [HG] 81:292-4; Stuarts and [OS] 110-1
  AQC Database No. 860


Additional Degrees, The Rise of (Seemungal) [AMD] 84:307-12
  AQC Database No. 861


Additional Degrees [AMD], membership not barred 98:118
  AQC Database No. 862


Additional Officers (Q.136) 85:365-6
  AQC Database No. 863


Addresses, Installation (Haunch) 101:201-7
  AQC Database No. 864


Adelard of Bath (fl. before 1150), translator of Euclid 99:66
  AQC Database No. 865


Adelard of Bath, and Euclid 89:256
  AQC Database No. 866


Adelphes, The, (Radice, F.R.) Les Philadelphes et les Adelphes/Adelfi (French/Italian), the Orders of (c.1780/1804) 55:66-120
  AQC Database No. 867


Adelphotis Filodikeon (Brotherhood of the Friends of Justice), quasi-masonic revolutionary organization, at Missolonghi, Greece (c.1821) 109:249
  AQC Database No. 868


Adeptus Minor, degree: fifth grade (V() [HG] of the 'Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia' (S.R.I.A.) [SRIA], England (EC); See: The Zelator Ritual/The symbolism of the Zelator Ritual (Baxter, G.C. Parkhurst), in Metropolitan College 'Transactions' (1933) [SRIA]; The Early days of the College and Society (Hobbs, Joseph Walter), in Metropolitan College 'Transactions' (1927) [SRIA]
  AQC Database No. 869


Adeptus Major, degree: sixth grade (VI() [HG] of the 'Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia' (S.R.I.A.) [SRIA], England (EC); See: The Zelator Ritual/The symbolism of the Zelator Ritual (Baxter, G.C. Parkhurst), in Metropolitan College 'Transactions' (1933) [SRIA]; The Early days of the College and Society (Hobbs, Joseph Walter), in Metropolitan College 'Transactions' (1927) [SRIA]
  AQC Database No. 870


Adeptus Exemptus, degree: seventh grade (VII() [HG] of the 'Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia' (S.R.I.A.) [SRIA], England (EC); See: The Zelator Ritual/The symbolism of the Zelator Ritual (Baxter, G.C. Parkhurst), in Metropolitan College 'Transactions' (1933) [SRIA]; The Early days of the College and Society (Hobbs, Joseph Walter), in Metropolitan College 'Transactions' (1927) [SRIA]
  AQC Database No. 871


Adjoumment of a lodge (Hextall, W.B.) 23:203-5
  AQC Database No. 872


Adler, Rev. Elkan (1861-1946), a masonic researcher, son of Chief Rabbi Dr. Nathan Adler and brother of Dr. Hermann Adler 92:37
  AQC Database No. 873


Admiral Sir William Sidey Smith, G.C.B.: his naval career and other activities. (G.P.G. Hills) 30:95-120
  AQC Database No. 874


Admission of Freemasons in Wolverhampton (Table 6) 108:183
  AQC Database No. 875


Ado, Archbishop of Vienna (859-74); Martyrology (n.d.) 88:viii
  AQC Database No. 876


Adolf Fredrik (1710-1771), King of Sweden (1751-1771), and of the Grand Lodge of Sweden [SKA] 107:260
  AQC Database No. 877


Adon (Adonis), inclusion of Adon-Hiram in the standardised ritual of (1827) 107:194
  AQC Database No. 878


Adon, Adonai, the word 92:33, 104, 108-10, 112
  AQC Database No. 879


Adonai (Adonay) 97:88, 194
  AQC Database No. 880


Adonhiram 108:230-42; his tomb in Valencia 231; as Solomon's representative 240
  AQC Database No. 881


Adonhiram (Adoniram) 89:37-8, 42
  AQC Database No. 882


Adonhiramic legend, early reference to (1745) 84:162
  AQC Database No. 883


Adonhiramite Masonry; Recueil Précieux (1781, 1787) 91:114, 138
  AQC Database No. 884


Adonhiramite Masonry, (Rite) used in Brazil 90:288 bis; using the chamber of reflection; See also: (as used in (JLF)/(Hauniensis)/[SKA] Rite) 288
  AQC Database No. 885


Adonhiramite Masonry, (The Adonhiramite Rite of twelve degrees) 88:202; used in a Modern Russian Lodge (in exile) 189-192
  AQC Database No. 886


Adonhiramite Masonry, (French Rite) 87:111
  AQC Database No. 887


Adonhiramite Masonry, (Le Receuil Précieux de la Maçonnerie Adonhiramite) (1781) 84:160n2, 162; Rite founded (1781) 310
  AQC Database No. 888


Adonhiramite Masonry, its origin 83:184-5
  AQC Database No. 889


Adonira [VSL] 107:192
  AQC Database No. 890


Adoniram 106:148
  AQC Database No. 891


Adoniram 103:261-2
  AQC Database No. 892


Adoniram (Adonhiram) 89:37-8, 42
  AQC Database No. 893


Adoniram, successor to Hiram Abif 88:186
  AQC Database No. 894


Adoniram 86:46-8 passim, 64, 76, 85
  AQC Database No. 895


Adoniram 81:170, 171, 196; a supervisor at building of Solomon's Temple 337
  AQC Database No. 896


Adoniram, (Ball, C.J.) The proper names of Masonic tradition: A philological study 5:136-41
  AQC Database No. 897


Adoniram: A Hypothesis, (Edgar Jones) [VSL] 107:192-7
  AQC Database No. 898


Adoniram's Tod, equestrian Masonic pantomime 87:46
  AQC Database No. 899


Adoniramic legend, earliest reference in 'Catéchisme' [Catechism] 83:184
  AQC Database No. 900


Adonis L.115 (Greek Constitutions), Nicosia (Cyprus), consecrated (1961) 81:229
  AQC Database No. 901


Adoption, Lodges of 89:190
  AQC Database No. 902


Adoption, Lodges of, (Maçonnerie d'Adoption), in France; See: in 'Travaux' (1980) of L.81 (GLNF) 86:308, 315
  AQC Database No. 903


Adoption, Rite of 109:208
  AQC Database No. 904


Adoption, Rite of 85:288, 295
  AQC Database No. 905


Adoptive Mason, The (USA, 1855) q. 100:180
  AQC Database No. 906


Adoptive Masonry 90:325
  AQC Database No. 907


Adoptive Masonry 87:52
  AQC Database No. 908


Adoptive Masonry 84:232-3, 248; Etude sur les Loges d'Adoption (Vat) 232n1
  AQC Database No. 909


Adoptive Masonry 83:254, 260
  AQC Database No. 910


Adoptive Masonry and the Order of Mopses (Hawkins, E.L.) 24:6-20
  AQC Database No. 911


Adoptive Rite Ritual (1952), Robert Macoy (USA) 108:38
  AQC Database No. 912


Adora [VSL] 107:192
  AQC Database No. 913


Adoran [VSL] 107:192-3
  AQC Database No. 914


Adrian IV, Pope (1154-9) 92:219
  AQC Database No. 915


Adrianyi-Pontet, Emile (b.1865) (Adriányi), Nürnberg, Germany, init. Lodge 'Mathias Corvinus' (1891) Budapest, (pseud. Haemeth, Akim) (GLL-FO) Germany 100:26-7; Honorary Magister Templi, VIII( (1906-1918) [SRIA] 29; Wiener Freimaurer-Zeitung (1928-9), Vienna (Austria), article "Irregular and fraudulent rites" by Adrianyi under the pseudonym 'Akim Haemeth' 26-7; See: Denmark (DDFL), used in book on 'Irregular Masonic Lodges' (Vinkelfrimureri) by S. Lomholt (1931) [SKA]; See also: Haemeth, Akim (Haëmeth)
  AQC Database No. 916


Adrianyi-Pontet, Emile (b.1865) & Covey-Crump, W.W., The Kirkwall Scroll, L.38(2), (SC), Scotland 39:108
  AQC Database No. 917


Adrianyi-Pontet, Emile (b.1865) (Adriányi), Nürnberg, Germany, init. Lodge 'Mathias Corvinus' (1891) Budapest, (pseud. Haemeth, Akim) (GLL-FO), on masonic Chipher Writing 15:135, 61
  AQC Database No. 918


Adrianyi-Pontet, Emile (b.1865) (Adriányi), Nürnberg, Germany, on the decipher of the Kirkwall Scroll, L.38(2), (SC), [HG], Scotland 10:193
  AQC Database No. 919


Advancement in Masonic knowledge. (J.T. Thorp) 22:62.
  AQC Database No. 920


Advancement in Masonic knowledge. (J.T. Thorp) 21:257-61
  AQC Database No. 921


Advent of Royal Arch Masonry. (W.R. Kelly) 30:7-55
  AQC Database No. 922


Advertisements (Masonic), (18th-century), (Dashwood, J.R.) Newspaper advertisements (18th century) 71:47, 53
  AQC Database No. 923


Advertisements (Masonic), (18th-century), (Dashwood, J.R.) Newspaper advertisements (18th century) 70:56-9
  AQC Database No. 924


Adyar, ... (of the 'Theosophical Society') 91:37
  AQC Database No. 925


Aelflaed (Aelflaeda, Elfreda), 2nd wife of Edward the Elder 99:48, 54, 57
  AQC Database No. 926


Aelflaed, Queen (d.916) 98:144
  AQC Database No. 927


Aelfric (Grammaticus, d.c.1020), Abbot of Eynsham 99:52, 85-7
  AQC Database No. 928


Aelfweard (Ethelward, d.924), son of Edward the Elder 99:51, 54 bis 56, 68n9
  AQC Database No. 929


Aelgifu (fl.928), Athelstan's half-sister 99:50
  AQC Database No. 930


Aeneas Sylvius (1405-1464); See also: Pius II, Pope (1458-1464) 107:63
  AQC Database No. 931


Aeneid, The 107:37
  AQC Database No. 932


aeroliths, as stone of worship 106:231
  AQC Database No. 933


Aerssen Beyeren, Albrecht Nicolass, Baron van (Beijeren/Hogerheyden), GM, Netherlands (1756-8) 83:152, 153 bis, 173, 176, 176n1, 249, 259
  AQC Database No. 934


Aesculapius (Æsculapius) Lodge L.2410, J.M. Brydone member of (1906-47) 87:149, 192
  AQC Database No. 935


Aesculapius, Roman god of medicine, rod with serpent twined around it 98:161, 176
  AQC Database No. 936


Aethelflaeda (Ethelflaed, d.918), Lady of Mercia 99:48-9, 52, 55, 59
  AQC Database No. 937


Aethelweard (late 10th-C.), ealdorman and chronicler 99:52
  AQC Database No. 938


Affability, L.317 of, Manchester 101:241-2, 247
  AQC Database No. 939


Affability, L.317 of, Manchester 95:96-7
  AQC Database No. 940


Affability, L.317 of, (c.1800) [PGL], Manchester 88:50, 54
  AQC Database No. 941


Afghanistan, (Dawes, A.J.) Freemasonry among the Afghans 22:223-4
  AQC Database No. 942


Afghanistan, HM the Amir of, init. (1907) 92:190
  AQC Database No. 943


Africa, West, (Marriott, H.P. Fitz-Gerald) The Secrct Tribal Socicties of West Africa 12:66-97
  AQC Database No. 944


African Builders, Society of, (Telepneff, Boris) Society of African Builders 53:299-314
  AQC Database No. 945


African Grand Lodge, [PH], (1791?), Boston, Massachusetts (USA, Prince Hall) 96:119, 125,130; See: List of Grand Lodges Recognized as 'regular' (1997) [PH], Paul M. Bessel; <http://www.geocities.com/athens/1799/pha.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 946


African Grand Lodge, [PH], (USA, negro, Prince Hall) 92:149-50, 154, 155 bis, 158, 170; its GM's [PH] listed 171
  AQC Database No. 947


African Grand Lodge, [PH], (USA, Prince Hall), (1827) 90:313, 315, 316; its Declaration of Independence 313-14, 321
  AQC Database No. 948


African Grand Lodge, [PH], (USA, Prince Hall), (1791) 89:71
  AQC Database No. 949


African L.459* (1784-1813), Boston, Massachusetts (USA, Prince Hall) [PH] 103:244
  AQC Database No. 950


African L.459* (1784-1813), Boston, Massachusetts (USA, Prince Hall) [PH] 96:125, 132, 138
  AQC Database No. 951


African L.459* (1784-1813), Boston, Massachusetts (USA, Negro, Prince Hall) [PH] 95:78
  AQC Database No. 952


African L.459* (1784-1813), Boston, Massachusetts (USA) [PH] 92:149-53 passim, 159, 163-4, 166-7, 170, 171n1,10; its declaration of independence 151-2, 159, 169; erased 149; extra-Craft degrees introduced 149; as a Grand Lodge 149, 150
  AQC Database No. 953


African L.459* (1784-1813), Boston, Massachusetts (USA) [PH] 90:307-22 passim; its centenary (1884) 306; its early records 307-8, 318-20; and the United Grand Lodge of England [UGL] 321-2
  AQC Database No. 954


African L.459* (1784-1813), Boston, Massachusetts (USA) [PH] 89:70-90 passim; as a Grand Lodge 76-8; its number (L.459*) [PGL] 78; struck off (1813) [UGL] 76; its Warrant (1784/87) from [PGL] 75-6
  AQC Database No. 955


African L.459* (1784-1813), Boston, Massachusetts (USA) [PH] (1784) 84:224-5
  AQC Database No. 956


African L.459* (1784-1813), Boston, Massachusetts (USA) [PH], Prince Hall's Letter Book (1779/1806), Boston, Minutes of African L.459* [PGL] 13:54-65
  AQC Database No. 957


African L.459* (negro) (1797), Philadelphia [PH] (USA) 96:125
  AQC Database No. 958


African L.459* (negro) (1797), Philadelphia [PH] (USA) 92:153 bis, 155, 159-60
  AQC Database No. 959


African Lodge, The, in Boston and Philadelphia (USA), (with Negro and Coloured members), (Upton, W.H.) Prince Hall's Letter book [PH] (From The African Lodge, Boston 1792-97) 13:54-65
  AQC Database No. 960


After-proceedings, masonic 90:49, 52-4
  AQC Database No. 961


After-Proceedings; See: Dining; Fire; Toasts
  AQC Database No. 962


Agar, James, Deputy GM [AGL] (1790-4) (A) 99:160
  AQC Database No. 963


Agar, James, Deputy GM [AGL] (1790-4) (A) 95:200
  AQC Database No. 964


Agar, James, Deputy GM [AGL] (1790-4) (A) 93:34, 35, 209 bis
  AQC Database No. 965


Agar, James, Deputy GM [AGL] (1790-4) (A) 87:185-6
  AQC Database No. 966


Agar, James, Deputy GM [AGL] (1790-4) (A) 86:235
  AQC Database No. 967


Agar, James, Deputy GM [AGL] (1790-4) (A), signing the article of Union (1813) [UGL] 84:178 bis, 183, 185 bis
  AQC Database No. 968


Agar, James, Deputy GM [AGL] (1790-4) (A), his deputation to constitute a Lodge (1791) (L.267*) (A), formerly Old Globe L.531* [PGL], now Old Globe L.200 [UGL] 83:31
  AQC Database No. 969


Agar, Seth, Esq., GM [YGL] (1767), York Grand Lodge 13:98
  AQC Database No. 970


Agar, Seth, Esq., GM [YGL] (1767), York Grand Lodge 2:113
  AQC Database No. 971


Age of Enlightenment (17th-Century) 107:56
  AQC Database No. 972


Age of the Mark Ritual. (Norman Rogers) 74:104-5
  AQC Database No. 973


Age of the Mark Ritual. (Norman Rogers) 73:37-51
  AQC Database No. 974


Age of the Master's Part. (R.J. Meekren) 72:28-55
  AQC Database No. 975


Age of the Third Degree. (Harry Carr), (Q.32) 75:236-7
  AQC Database No. 976


Agrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius (1468-1535), philosopher (astrologer), visited England (1510) 95:137, 155, 165
  AQC Database No. 977


Agrippa, Henry Cornelius (1468-1535); De Occulta Philosophia (1533) 109:177
  AQC Database No. 978


Agrippa, Henry Cornelius (1468-1535), philosopher 97:118; See: (Hindley, G.D.) Metropolitan Collage [SRIA] 'Transaction' (1931)
  AQC Database No. 979


Agrippa, Henry Cornelius (1468-1535) (Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim), philosopher (astrologer), visited England (1510) 95:137, 155, 165
  AQC Database No. 980


Agrippa, Henry Cornelius (1468-1535), (Westcott, W.W.) Masons' Marks and their relation to the secret magical alphabets and numerals of Cornelius Agrippa 3:77-8; (Schnitger, F.F.) Masons' Marks 78-80
  AQC Database No. 981


Ahikam Hebrew Lodge, (in Egypt) (1932) 107:228
  AQC Database No. 982


Ahiman, (its meaning) [AGL] (A) 105:51, 66; (a keeper of the Temple gate) 52
  AQC Database No. 983


Ahiman, (the porter) [AGL] (A) 96:166
  AQC Database No. 984


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL], 1st edition by Laurence Dermott 108:189, 190, 192; on the fourth degree (Royal Arch) [RA] as an integral part of [AGL] 190
  AQC Database No. 985


Ahiman Rezon (1756), A Look at the Hebraic Terms ... used by Laurence Dermott' (A) (Sharman) [AGL] 105:49-68; (1778), (1817) (IC), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A) 43, 49-68; its prayers q.54-6, 67; (1756) 24, 50; (1778) 24; (1782, Belfast edn.) (IC) 58; (1817, Irish edn.) (IC) 33
  AQC Database No. 986


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (Antients Grand Lodge's Book of Constitutions, 1st ed. 1756) [AGL] (A) 104:45, 221n1
  AQC Database No. 987


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (1764), (1778), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A) 101:29-30; (1764) q.177-8; (1778) q.20
  AQC Database No. 988


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (1764), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A) 100:234; (2nd ed. 1764) 136
  AQC Database No. 989


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (1764), (1778), (1787), (1800), (1801), (1807), (1813), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A); See also: (in AQC vol.46:239-306, 244) 99:2, 6n10, 201
  AQC Database No. 990


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (1764), (1778), (1807), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A) 98:110, 129, 150; (1756) 61, q.112, 113; (1764) 141; (1778) q.111; (1807) q.112-13
  AQC Database No. 991


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (1778), (1803) (IC), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A) 97:219; its Christian and Jewish prayers 44; (1778) songs q.44-5, 64; (1803, Dublin) 64
  AQC Database No. 992


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (1788), (1807), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A) 96:193; derivation of the title 165-7; (1756, 1st ed.) 160, 165, q.166; (1764) q.146, 147-8, 152, 160-1, 163, 165; (1788) q.170; (1807) 51
  AQC Database No. 993


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A) 95:40, 191
  AQC Database No. 994


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A) 94:141, 144, 149-51, q.165, 236
  AQC Database No. 995


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (Antients' B. of C.) (A) 93:60, 61, 73, 76
  AQC Database No. 996


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (Antients' Book of Constitutions) [AGL] (A) 92:31, 47; its meaning 31-2, 49; prayers in 37, 48, 50, 59
  AQC Database No. 997


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (Antients' Book of Constitutions) [AGL] (A) 91:136, q.222
  AQC Database No. 998


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (1778), (Antients' Book of Constitutions) [AGL] (A) 90:87, 129, 132, 136; ed. (1756) 100, 150, 163, 210; 3rd ed. (1778) q.199, q.300
  AQC Database No. 999


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (1778), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A) 89:34, 266; its songs and poetry 105; 3rd ed. (1778) q.263
  AQC Database No. 1000


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A) 88:28, 174
  AQC Database No. 1001


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A) 86:343; Christian prayers in 81, 343; its inclusion of Royal Arch Regulations (1794) 73, 84; references to R.A. in (1756) [RA] 73, 77
  AQC Database No. 1002


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A) 85:32n2, 189 bis, 204, 211-12, 216; 'The Antient Manner of Constituting a Lodge' in 104n1; condemnation of Moderns' Masonry in q.196, 197; no reference to Serving Brethren in 2, 5; Trinitarian prayer in 198
  AQC Database No. 1003


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A), ed. Laurence Dermott (1720-91), G.Sec. [AGL] (1751-71), quoted from 84:191 bis; Thomas Harper as editor of (later editions) 186
  AQC Database No. 1004


Ahiman Rezon (1756), as Antients' Grand Lodge's 'Book of Constitutions' (Dermott) [AGL] 83:2-6, 2n3, 3n1-3, 5n1, 9, 27, 139; The Antient Manner of Constituting a Lodge" in q.5; on "Constituting Officer" in 3rd ed. (1778) 5; prayer used by Jewish Freernasons in 328; Arms of [AGL] 375
  AQC Database No. 1005


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (1764), (Antients' Book of Constitutions) [AGL] (A) (1st ed., 1756) 82:77, 268; Irish version of 174; "Regulations for Charity" in 176-7; (2nd ed., 1764) 78n2, 194, 212, 213
  AQC Database No. 1006


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A), ed. Laurence Dermott (1720-91), G.Sec. [AGL] (1751-71), Newspaper advertisements for, in the 'Public Advertiser' (1754) 71:47
  AQC Database No. 1007


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A Complete Pocket Companion for Free Masons), Newspaper advertisements for, in the 'Public Advertiser' (1754) 70:58-9
  AQC Database No. 1008


Ahiman Rezon (1756), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A), ed. Laurence Dermott (1720-91), G.Sec. [AGL] (1751-71) 13:181
  AQC Database No. 1009


Ahiman Rezon (1764), (Antients' Book of Constitutions) [AGL] (A) 106:51, 55-6
  AQC Database No. 1010


Ahiman Rezon (1764), (1778), (Antients' Book of Constitutions) [AGL] (A), Laurence Dermott's 2nd edition, q. 102:31
  AQC Database No. 1011


Ahiman Rezon (1764), (Antients' Book of Constitutions) [AGL] (A), on the Leland-Locke MS. (a forgery!) 32:142
  AQC Database No. 1012


Ahiman Rezon (1778), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A), Laurence Dermott's 3rd edition 103:26
  AQC Database No. 1013


Ahiman Rezon (1778), (Antients' B. of C.) [AGL] (A), on the formation of the Antients Grand Lodge (1751) 102:252
  AQC Database No. 1014


Ahiman Rezon (1778), (Antients' Book of Constitutions) [AGL] (A), Laurence Dermott's 3rd edition, on the 'Making A Mason on Sight' (Q.164) 89:262-3
  AQC Database No. 1015


Ahiman Rezon (1787), (Antients' Book of Constitutions) [AGL] (A), on lodge representation on the Board of General Purpose (BGP) 81:360
  AQC Database No. 1016


Ahiman Rezon, (Adams, C.C.) Ahiman Rezon, the 'Antients' Book of Constitutions [AGL], (1756), (1764), (1778), (1787), (1800), (1801), (1807), (1813) 46:239-306, 244
  AQC Database No. 1017


Ahiman Rezon, (Belfast edition) (1782), with dedication to L.257 (IC)!, Belfast, (Antrim) (Northern Ireland) 41:203
  AQC Database No. 1018


Ahiman Rezon, (Rosenbaum, Morris) Ahiman Rezon - Faithful Brother Secretary 23:162-4
  AQC Database No. 1019


Ahiman Rezon (USA) (1807), ed. Frederick Dalcho, Supreme Council, (33(), Charleston, (Book of Constitutions) [A&ASR] [SMJ] 83:369
  AQC Database No. 1020


Ahiman Rezon (USA) (1822), (South Carolina 'Book of Constitutions', 1822 ed.) (USA) 90:300
  AQC Database No. 1021


Ahiman Rezon (USA), Pennsylvania, on Installation of the Master (WM) 83:66
  AQC Database No. 1022


Ahmed Bey (fl.1872, Constantinople) 104:190,194
  AQC Database No. 1023


Ahriman (god of evil) 84:317
  AQC Database No. 1024


Ahtokari, Reijo, Supreme Grand Commander (S.G.C.) (33() [A&ASR] (fl.1996), Finland; See: Finland, [A&ASR]
  AQC Database No. 1025


Ahura-Mazda, Zoroaster's Supreme Being 93:215, 219
  AQC Database No. 1026


Ahura-Mazda (spirit God) 84:317 bis
  AQC Database No. 1027


Ahura Mazda ('The Good Spirit'), Grand Lodge of Iran's emblem (1969), and 'Ormazd' (light and life) 81:270
  AQC Database No. 1028


Ahwaz L.1627 (SC), Teheran, chartered (1966), Iran 81:267
  AQC Database No. 1029


Aigle suverain de Rose-Croix, Chevalier de l', degree, not of the [OS], Catechism in the Cayer/Notebook by Willermoz? [RER] 109:74
  AQC Database No. 1030


Aikin, John; Country Around Manchester (1760s) 95:99
  AQC Database No. 1031


Aikää, Tauno (Finland) [SKA] 94:228
  AQC Database No. 1032


Aikää, Tauno, Finnish organist [SKA] 92:212, 213
  AQC Database No. 1033


Aims and Relationships of the Craft (1984) [UGL] 108:110
  AQC Database No. 1034


Aims and Relationships of the Craft (1949) [UGL], (paragraph 7., on politic or religion, not in the Craft) 104:77, 91
  AQC Database No. 1035


Aims and Relationships of the Craft (1984) [UGL], in the 'Book of Constitutions' (1984) 103:155
  AQC Database No. 1036


Aims and Relationships of the Craft (1938) [UGL], (sponsored by Lord Harewood), on not 'to discuss or to advance' our 'views on theological or political questions' (heading 6) 101:150; and 'Basic principles for Grand Lodge Recognition' released to the press (1938) 155
  AQC Database No. 1037


Aims and Relationships of the Craft (1949) [UGL] 90:87
  AQC Database No. 1038


Aims and Relationships of the Craft (1920) [UGL], statement (1920) reproduced 86:129-30, 134; Aims and Relationships of the Craft (1938) [UGL] 130, 144, 291
  AQC Database No. 1039


Aims and Relationships of the Craft (1969) [UGL], on the 'belief in the Supreme Being' q. 82:290
  AQC Database No. 1040


Ainslie, Rev. James, and the Presbytery of Kelso 85:220
  AQC Database No. 1041


Ainsworth, W.F.; Masons' Marks at Al-Hadhr (Hatra) 5:147-9
  AQC Database No. 1042


Airedale, L.387, Baildon, Yorkshire 87:198
  AQC Database No. 1043


Airedale, L.387, Baildon, Yorkshire; History of the Airedale Lodge, No.387. (c.1870s) (Riley, John Ramsden+) 1:9
  AQC Database No. 1044


Aitchison's Haven, L.33 of (SC), formerly operative lodge at (1555/1598), Scotland 102:254
  AQC Database No. 1045


Aitchison's Haven, L.33 of (SC), (before 1598-1856), records of (1700) 98:151
  AQC Database No. 1046


Aitchison's Haven, L.33 of (SC), (before 1598-1866) 97:221
  AQC Database No. 1047


Aitchison's Haven, L.36 of (SC), (1736-1856), Musselburgh 94:40
  AQC Database No. 1048


Aitcheson's Haven, L.36 of (SC), (1555-1856), Musselburgh 92:215
  AQC Database No. 1049


Aitcheson's Haven, L.36 of (SC), (1555-1856), Musselburgh 91:17, 18, 20
  AQC Database No. 1050


Aitchison's Haven, L.36 of (SC), (1555-1856), Musselburgh (Scotland), its Minutes from (1598) 85:14-16 passim; its copy of the 'Old Charges' (MS.) (c.1666) 25 bis, 218, 228, q.232, 241
  AQC Database No. 1051


Aitchison's Haven, L.36 of (SC), (1736-1856), Musselburgh (Edinburgh, Scotland), its precedence, minutes from (1598) 82:302, 302n1, 332
  AQC Database No. 1052


Aitchison's Haven, L.36 of (SC) (L.33)!, marks to appear in operative lodge minutes of (1598) 81:158, 264
  AQC Database No. 1053


Aitchison's Haven, L.36 of (SC) Scotland, (Meekren, R.J.) The Aitchison's Haven Minutes and early Scottish Free Masonry 53:147-88
  AQC Database No. 1054


Aitchison's Haven, L.36 of (SC) Scotland, (Wallace-James, R.E.) The Minute Book of the Aitchison's Haven Lodge (1598-1764) 24:30-46
  AQC Database No. 1055


Aitchison's Haven MS. (1666) [T.2.] (Tew MSS. family) 96:104-6
  AQC Database No. 1056


Aitchison's Haven MS. (1666) [T.2.] (Tew MSS. family) 95:141
  AQC Database No. 1057


Aitchison's Haven MS. (1666) [T.2.] (Tew MSS. family) 94:38, 40
  AQC Database No. 1058


Aitchison's Haven MS. (1666) [T.2.] (Tew MSS. family); See also: (Atcheson's Haven MS.) 92:215
  AQC Database No. 1059


Aitchison's Haven MS. (1666) [T.2.] (Tew MSS. family) 90:169, 186
  AQC Database No. 1060


Aitchison's Haven MS. (1666) [T.2.] (Tew MSS. family) (Atcheson's Haven MS.), (Baxter, R.H.) The Old Charges and the Ritual 31:33-55; location (G.L., Scotland), and where reproduced (Lyon's) 40-44
  AQC Database No. 1061


Aitchison's Haven, The Minute Book of the Lodge of (1598-1764), L.36 of (SC), Scotland (MS.) 24:30-46, 200a
  AQC Database No. 1062


Aitchison's Haven, The Book of the Lodge of (1598-1764), L.36 of (SC); See: Web Homepage (The 400th Anniversity of the Oldest Masonic Records in the World) <http://www.grandlodgescotland.com/website/400.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 1063


Aiyar, T.V. Muthukrishna, District GM, Madras (1946-66) 92:183, 186n26; History of the Carnatic Lodge 186n29
  AQC Database No. 1064


Akama, Go.; Furimeson towa Nanika (What is Freemasonry) (1992), (Japan) 107:106
  AQC Database No. 1065


Akazie am Saalestrande, Lodge zur (L.487) (1891) (GLL-FO), Jena, Germany (G) 87:227
  AQC Database No. 1066


Akerrén (Åkerrén), Dr. Bo Y., National Grand Lodge of Sweden (SFMO), research on the King of Sweden's masonic files (1995), regarding the init. of Prince Albert Edward (1868) (later Edward VII) 108:82-84, 107, 107n4-5, 116, 120, 121n2
  AQC Database No. 1067


Akroyd, Abraham, John & Martin, operative masons 100:150
  AQC Database No. 1068


Akroyd, John (1556-1613), mason-architect 97:153
  AQC Database No. 1069


Alabama (USA), Grand Lodge of (1821), legal views 98:181, 184
  AQC Database No. 1070


Alabama (USA), Grand Lodge of (1821) 97:162
  AQC Database No. 1071


Alabama (USA), Prince Hall Grand Lodge of [PH], Mobile, founded (1870) 90:295
  AQC Database No. 1072


Alabaster, Chaloner, 'Freemasonry in China' 2:119-22
  AQC Database No. 1073


Aland, Heinrich Walter von (fl.1785) 94:62-3
  AQC Database No. 1074


Alarming the candidate; (in early Exposures) 84:158, 169-74 passim, 296; in early MSS. 175
  AQC Database No. 1075


Alary, l'Abbé, formed the 'Club de l'entresol' located in the hotel of the President Herault (1724), Paris (France) 108:71
  AQC Database No. 1076


Alaska (USA), Grand Lodge of (1981); See: Web Homepage from; <http://www.polarnet.com/users/chaffin/gl_aka_hp.htm> (1998), or via; Grand Lodges, "Freem@sonry" Web Site (Official WWW Grand lodge including District Grand Lodges Directory) <http://www.chaumont.com/GrandLodges.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 1077


Alaska (USA), Prince Hall Grand Lodge of [PH]; See: Recognized as 'regular' (1997), Paul M. Bessel; <http://www.geocities.com/athens/1799/pha.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 1078


Alavi, Dr. Hassan, SGW of Iran (1969) 81:271-2, 277
  AQC Database No. 1079


Alavoine, Eugéne (Jersey) 86:201, 203-9 passim
  AQC Database No. 1080


Alban, St. 103:1, 6-7, 13
  AQC Database No. 1081


Alban, St. 102:188-95
  AQC Database No. 1082


Alban, St. 99:45-6, 82-3, 86-7, 122, 128, 136
  AQC Database No. 1083


Alban, St. 96:98, 105, 108, 120
  AQC Database No. 1084


Alban, St. 95:82, 127
  AQC Database No. 1085


Alban, St., and St. Amphibal (McLeod, in AQC vol.89:113-22), comments and replies 92:218-21
  AQC Database No. 1086


Alban, St., and St. Amphibal; The Life of (Lydgate) (1439), ed. J.E. van der Westhuizen (1974) 89:115-16, 117, 121n21; '... in the Mediaeval Masonic Tradition' (McLeod) 113-22; 'Treatise on the ... Life ... of...' (Walsingham, c.1394) 116, q.118-19, 120
  AQC Database No. 1087


Albany Evening Journal, The (c.1832) 105:233-4
  AQC Database No. 1088


Albany, HRH Prince Leopold (1853-84), 1st Duke of (1881), 4th son of Queen Victoria, init. Appollo University L.357 (1874), JGW [UGL] (1877), Provincial GM [UGL] Oxfordshire (1875) 81:352
  AQC Database No. 1089


Albany L.65 (IC) (1854-60), 72nd Foot 93:114
  AQC Database No. 1090


Albany L.389, Grahamstown, South Africa 99:115
  AQC Database No. 1091


Albany, New York, (1826) (USA) (The Morgan affair) (USA) 106:135
  AQC Database No. 1092


Albany, New York, Lodge of Perfection (1767) at (USA) 104:174-5
  AQC Database No. 1093


Albany, New York, Lodge of Perfection (1767) at (USA) 103:241-2
  AQC Database No. 1094


Albany, New York, Lodge of Perfection at (Ineffable, 1767) (USA) 99:16, 23, 33-4, 34n7,8,10
  AQC Database No. 1095


Albany, New York, Lodge of Perfection (1767) at (USA) 97:179
  AQC Database No. 1096


Albany, New York, Lodge of Perfection (1767) at (USA) 89:208, 210
  AQC Database No. 1097


Albany, New York, Lodge of Perfection (1767) at (USA) 86:186
  AQC Database No. 1098


Albemarle (Street), mis-spelling of 84:125, 136, 140
  AQC Database No. 1099


Albermarle, William Anne van Keppel, 2nd Earl of (1702-1754), (Fisher, W.G.) A Cavalcade of Freemasons (1731) 74:33
  AQC Database No. 1100


Albert Edward L.707* (SC), Alexandria (1884-1956), Egypt 82:70
  AQC Database No. 1101


Albert Edward, Prince of Wales Court, Llandudno (RMBI residential development) [UGL] 108:168
  AQC Database No. 1102


Albert, HRH Prince (1819-1861), (Frans August Karl Emanuel, Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha), Prince Consort to Queen Victoria of England, his letter to Grand Lodge (1840) [UGL] 109:136-7
  AQC Database No. 1103


Albert, HRH Prince (1819-1861), (Frans August Karl Emanuel, Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha), Prince Consort to Queen Victoria of England 108:30, 42, 81
  AQC Database No. 1104


Albert, Leonard, his masonic analysis of the play; Notes for Joyce (New York, 1974) 93:13
  AQC Database No. 1105


Albert Victor, HRH Prince (1864-1892), Duke of Clarence, init. in Royal Alpha L.16 (1885) by his father the Prince of Wales, on a Grand Lodge photography with Master Mason's apron (1886), Provincial GM [UGL] Berkshire (1890); See also: Clarence, HRH Prince Albert Victor (1864-1892), Duke of 107:123
  AQC Database No. 1106


Albert Victor L.2370, founded (1890) [UGL], Lahore (India), Research lodge of (and H.J. Whymper), its Transactions (1909-10), reviewed (Hawkins) 24:292
  AQC Database No. 1107


Alberta, Grand Lodge of (Canada) (1905), Calgary; See: Web Homepage; <http://www.connect.ab.ca/~ddgmnl> (1998); or via, Canada, Grand Lodges, "Freem@sonry" Web Site (Official WWW Grand lodge including District Grand Lodges Directory) <http://www.chaumont.com/GrandLodges.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 1108


Alberta, Grand Lodge of (Canada) (1905), Tassels in lodge-rooms in 107:203, 205, 206, 208; The Work (Ancient York Rite) (c.1900) 211n25
  AQC Database No. 1109


Alberta, Grand Lodge of (Canada) (1905) 98:20-1
  AQC Database No. 1110


Alberta, Grand Lodge of (Canada) (1905); See: Recognized the Prince Hall Grand Lodges [PH] (USA)/(Canada) as 'regular' (1990s)!, Paul M. Bessel; <http://www.geocities.com/athens/1799/pha.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 1111


Alberta, Grand Lodge of (Canada) (1905); See: Northern Lights District, on the computer 'Internet'; <ddgmnl@connect.ab.ca> (1997)
  AQC Database No. 1112


Alberti, Leon Baptista (1404-72), architect, Renaissance Hermetic philosophy, q. 101:161
  AQC Database No. 1113


Albion L.2 (Quebec) (Canada), formerly an Antient [AGL] (A) lodge in the Royal Artillery (late 16th-century) 104:226
  AQC Database No. 1114


Albion L.2 (Quebec), Quebec City (Canada) 90:102
  AQC Database No. 1115


Albion L.5* [AGL] (A), now L.9 [UGL] 87:196
  AQC Database No. 1116


Albion L.9 (1769) [AGL] (A) 104:218
  AQC Database No. 1117


Albion L.9, formerly L.5* [AGL] (A), Robert Leslie init. (1779) 86:290
  AQC Database No. 1118


Albion L.9, as L.5* [AGL] (A) at 'Plaisterers Arms' (1761), renamed to (1822) [UGL]; See also: (in AQC vol.19:95) 84:178
  AQC Database No. 1119


Albion L.9, formerly L.5* [AGL] (1762-66), bought by Laurence Dermott (1769) 81:207
  AQC Database No. 1120


Albion Lodge (Druids), Blenheim 100:123, 125
  AQC Database No. 1121


Albion Royal Arch Ch.122* 96:6
  AQC Database No. 1122


Alboyne = Aholiab? 88:74
  AQC Database No. 1123


Alboyne, King 81:166, 186
  AQC Database No. 1124


Albrecht, Prince of Prussia (1672-1731) 109:61
  AQC Database No. 1125


Albright, Professor W.F.; The Archaeology of Palestine (1949) [KST] q. 82:156, 156n2, 157, 157n1, 161, 161n3, 162n5; The Archaeology of Palestine and the Bible (1932) [VSL] (The Richards Lectures), 159, 159n2, 160, 161n4, 162n1, 164, 164n3, 168, 168n6
  AQC Database No. 1126


Albums (photography) of Quatuor Coronati Lodge (L.2076) 107:117
  AQC Database No. 1127


Alchemist, and the symbolism of stone 106:230
  AQC Database No. 1128


Alchemists and Scottish 'Rosicrucian' in the 15th-C. 106:167
  AQC Database No. 1129


Alchemists and the Hermetic philosophy 105:158-9
  AQC Database No. 1130


Alchemy, and the Strict Observance [OS], regulations on (1755), the 'mecanicis et commercialibus' and 'in chimicis' research, as possible means of income, gold or silver-making, medicine or dye works, and 'Chrysopea' 109:29, 45n57
  AQC Database No. 1131


alchemy, Aristotle's theory 105:157, 158
  AQC Database No. 1132


alchemy, historical connection to the craft and religion, definition of 99:152
  AQC Database No. 1133


alchemy, inter alia 'Hermeticism and astrology' 107:43, 183, 187n14
  AQC Database No. 1134


alchemy, symbols of?, on the painting of the 'Judgment of Solomon' (Scotland) 106:168-9
  AQC Database No. 1135


Alcuin (735-804) (or Albinus), scholar 103:4-5, 17n6,7; Carmen, XXVI q.5, 14
  AQC Database No. 1136


Alcuin (735-804), theologian q. 99:81, 86
  AQC Database No. 1137


Alcuin (735-804), theologian 98:66-7
  AQC Database No. 1138


Alcuin, Abbot of Tours, his Grace q. 96:202
  AQC Database No. 1139


Aldeburgh (Suffolk), (Hextall, W.B.) Freemasons, in the Manuscript Borough records of Aldeburgh (1574) (MSS.) 33:185
  AQC Database No. 1140


Aldersgate R.A. Chapter of Improvement, [RA] (Ch. of Instruction) 95:222
  AQC Database No. 1141


Aldersgate R.A. Chapter of Improvement, [RA] 86:332, 337
  AQC Database No. 1142


Aldersgate R.A. ritual [RA] 94:240-1
  AQC Database No. 1143


Aldersgate R.A. working [RA] 89:274
  AQC Database No. 1144


Aldershot Army and Navy L.1971 (1884) 90:51n3
  AQC Database No. 1145


Aldershot Army and Navy L.1971, Aldershot, Duke of Connaught as Master of 83:102; its Masonic "passport" 102
  AQC Database No. 1146


Aldershot Army and Navy L.1971, Aldershot, founded (1882), and Ch.1971 [RA] and Connaught Priory No.172 [KT], its Lodge Journal (Nos.13-16) (research), (by Gould and Goblet D'Alviella), reviewed (Hawkins) 24:293-4
  AQC Database No. 1147


Aldhelm, St. (639-709), Abbot of Malmesbury and Bishop of Sherborne 99:56-7, 60, 75, 80, 86
  AQC Database No. 1148


Aldhouse, Benjamin, G.Tyler ('Antients' and 'Moderns') (1782) [AGL]/[PGL] 82:317
  AQC Database No. 1149


Aldred (fl.1069), Archbishop of York 99:57
  AQC Database No. 1150


Aldred (fl.950), priest 99:79
  AQC Database No. 1151


Aldridge, John, 3rd Grand Principal (G.P.), R.A. (1820-1) [RA] 86:245
  AQC Database No. 1152


Aldridge, John, 3rd Grand Principal, Royal Arch (1804-5, 1813-17) [RA] 85:148-9
  AQC Database No. 1153


Aldus, his edition (1503) of Origen's works 87:30 bis
  AQC Database No. 1154


Aldworth, Hon. Mrs. Elizabeth, Irish incident (1710), which led to the initiation of (Ireland) 107:41
  AQC Database No. 1155


Aldworth, Hon. Mrs. Elizabeth, the 'lady freemason' (née St. Leger) (c.1710) (Ireland) 105:253
  AQC Database No. 1156


Aldworth, Hon. Mrs. Elizabeth (née St. Leger), (Ireland) 89:28
  AQC Database No. 1157


Aldworth, Hon. Mrs. Elizabeth (née St. Leger), the 'lady freemason' init. in a 'Private Lodge' at the Doneraile Court (c.1710) (Ireland) (IC)! 86:351
  AQC Database No. 1158


Aldworth, Hon. Mrs. Elizabeth (fl.1710), Ireland 84:79, 82, 94, 102
  AQC Database No. 1159


Aldworth, Hon. Mrs. Elizabeth, (Fynmore, R.J.) The Hon. Mrs. Aldworth and the Castle Lodge, (L.1436) (IC), Sandgate, Kent 18:46-7
  AQC Database No. 1160


Aldworth, Hon. Mrs. Elizabeth, (Conder, Edward) The Hon. Miss St. Leger and Freemasony 8:16-23; (Crawley, W.J. Chetwode) Notes on Irish Freemasonry (IC) 53-6
  AQC Database No. 1161


Aldwych Close (London) 82:1
  AQC Database No. 1162


Aleister Crowley: Freemason? (Starr) 108:151-61, 161n; Bibliography on 160; Notes 160-61; The Confessions of Aliester Crowley (1969) 160; The Magical Record of the Beast (1972) 160
  AQC Database No. 1163


Aletheia Royal Arch Ch.183* (1813) [RA], Grimsby 98:31
  AQC Database No. 1164


Alex, Montague, Provincial GJW (1860), Gloucestershire 95:219
  AQC Database No. 1165


Alexander, Abraham (fl.1802) 99:31
  AQC Database No. 1166


Alexander, Henry, Master of Works (1638) 101:190
  AQC Database No. 1167


Alexander I (1777-1825), Czar of Russia (1801-1825) 104:206-7; init. (1814) 206
  AQC Database No. 1168


Alexander I (1777-1825), Czar of Russia (1801-1825) 91:63
  AQC Database No. 1169


Alexander I (1777-1825), Czar of Russia (1801-1825) 88:189
  AQC Database No. 1170


Alexander I (1777-1825), Czar of Russia (1801-1825) 87:127, 229, 257
  AQC Database No. 1171


Alexander I (1777-1825), Czar of Russia (1801-1825), Outlawed Freemasonry (1822) 85:365
  AQC Database No. 1172


Alexander I (1777-1825), Czar of Russia (1801-1825) 83:87, 263, 264 bis
  AQC Database No. 1173


Alexander I (1777-1825), Czar of Russia (1801-1825), (Telepneff, Boris) Some aspects of Russian Freemasonry during the reign of the Emperor Alexander I (1801-1825) 38:6-66
  AQC Database No. 1174


Alexander I (1777-1825), Czar of Russia (1801-1825), (Telepneff, Boris) Freemasonry in Russia 35:261-292
  AQC Database No. 1175


Alexander III, Pope (1159-1181), his Papal Bull (1172), mentioned by Dupuy in his 'Histoire l'Ordre du Temple', [KT] 109:30, 46n67,68
  AQC Database No. 1176


Alexander, Lord, Viscount Canada, init. (1634) 100:136
  AQC Database No. 1177


Alexander, Lord (Viscount Canada) 84:308
  AQC Database No. 1178


Alexander, Mrs. C.F., her hymn q. 90:41
  AQC Database No. 1179


Alexander of Blois, Bishop of Lincoln (12th-C.) 99:54
  AQC Database No. 1180


Alexander of Tunis, Field Marshal Earl, Past GW (1945) [UGL]; See: United Grand Lodge of England [UGL]
  AQC Database No. 1181


Alexander Pope and Freemasonry. (W.J. Williams) 38:111-46
  AQC Database No. 1182


Alexander, Sir Anthony (d.1637) 104:222
  AQC Database No. 1183


Alexander, Sir Anthony (d.1637), Master of Works (1634) 101:190
  AQC Database No. 1184


Alexander, Sir Anthony (d.1637) 100:136
  AQC Database No. 1185


Alexander, Sir Anthony (d.1637) 84:308
  AQC Database No. 1186


Alexander the Great 93:217-18
  AQC Database No. 1187


Alexander the Great L.35 (Greek Constitution) founded (1905), Alexandria (Egypt) 81:229
  AQC Database No. 1188


Alexander the Great L.36 (Greek Constitution), Alexandria, closed down (1956) 82:73
  AQC Database No. 1189


Alexander VIII, Pope (1689-91), recognized the 'Droit de Régale' and Louis XIV's 'Royal Gallicanism' (France) 104:126
  AQC Database No. 1190


Alexandra (1844-1925), HRH Princess of Wales (1863), Queen to Edward VII (1901-10), daughter to Christian IX, King of Denmark (1863-1906) 109:98, 110n20
  AQC Database No. 1191


Alexandra (1844-1925), HRH Princess of Wales (1863), Queen to Edward VII (1901-10), daughter to Christian IX, King of Denmark (1863-1906) 108:81-82; 99, 109, 165; the charitable Alexandra Rose day collection 109
  AQC Database No. 1192


Alexandra L.993, Manchester 88:188
  AQC Database No. 1193


Alexandre's Rite (Grasse-Tilly) [A&ASR]! 107:177, 178n22
  AQC Database No. 1194


Alexandria L.4184* [UGL] (1921-55), Egypt 82:61
  AQC Database No. 1195


Alexandria-Washington L.22 (Virginia), Alexandria, Virginia (USA) 90:230
  AQC Database No. 1196


Alexandria Washington L.22 (Virginia), Alexandria, Virginia (USA) 88:181-4 passim
  AQC Database No. 1197


Alexandria-Washington L.22, Virginia (USA), and the "Franklin Reprint" (B. of C.) 84:72
  AQC Database No. 1198


Alexandria, Egypt, Memphis Rite Lodge at (1866) 92:10, 13n41
  AQC Database No. 1199


Alexandrovna of Russia, Grand Duchess, and the fraud case against Albert F. Calvert (1923) 107:5
  AQC Database No. 1200


Alfaya, Yeshayahu; Ritual book of Freemasonry, First Degree (pre-1932), translated from Arabic by; edited and arranged by M. Ezrat to 'The First Hebrew Masonic Lodge in Eretz Israel and Abroad' (1932), (for the "Ahikam" Lodge in Cairo, Egypt) 107:228-9
  AQC Database No. 1201


Alfieri, Count Vittori; Orestes (n.d.) (translated by Wright) 85:154, 157
  AQC Database No. 1202


Alfred in the University of Oxford, Lodge of, L.304*/L.391* (Ode, song by A. Fisher) 89:179, 181n36
  AQC Database No. 1203


Alfred in the University of Oxford, Lodge of, L.304*/L.391* (1769) 83:24; See also: Jewel of (1772), in the Ashmolean Museum (W.T. Coxhill) (in AQC vol.38:105)
  AQC Database No. 1204


Alfred, King of Wessex (871-99) 99:47-9, 52, 64, 77-8; as a translator of the Psalms 85
  AQC Database No. 1205


Alfred, L.304* of (1781) and L.391* (1769-83) (erased), Oxford, (Hawkins, E.L.) Two old Oxford Lodges 22:139-184, 199; See also: Jewel of (1772) (in AQC vol.38:105)
  AQC Database No. 1206


Alfred, L.306, Leeds 90:167, 168
  AQC Database No. 1207


Alfred, L.340, Oxford 86:158
  AQC Database No. 1208


Alfred, L.391* of, (1769-83), Oxford 103:151
  AQC Database No. 1209


Alfred, L.391* of, in the University of Oxford, Oxford 94:2
  AQC Database No. 1210


Alfred, L.391* of, Oxford 88:180
  AQC Database No. 1211


Alfred Robbins L.5083 (1929) 86:100, 124
  AQC Database No. 1212


Alfred Rose Croix Chapter No.13, the [A&ASR], Taunton 100:7, 30
  AQC Database No. 1213


Alfrid (Alfred), King of the Northumbrians, (Crawley, W.J. Chetwode & Berry, Henry F.) Notes on Dr. Barlow's paper "A Curious Historical Error" (Alfred the Great & 'Bede' at Mayo and in Ireland) 10:58-60; (Barlow, W.) A Curious historical error 59-60, 195-6
  AQC Database No. 1214


Alfrid (Alfred), King of the Northumbrians, (Barlow, W.) A Curious historical error 9:153-6
  AQC Database No. 1215


Algemeen Maçonniek Tijdschrift (AMT), Dutch Masonic periodical (1981-2) 95:172 bis
  AQC Database No. 1216


Algeo, John; Blavatsky, Freemasonry & the Western Mystery Tradition (1996), Blavatsky Lecture (Theosophical) 109:209n1
  AQC Database No. 1217


Ali Hardar Midhat Bey, Turkish freemason 104:192
  AQC Database No. 1218


Ali Khan, Major-General Dr. Sir Syed Raza, Nawab of Rampur, first GM (India) (1961) 74:127-8
  AQC Database No. 1219


Ali Sefkati Bey 107:231
  AQC Database No. 1220


Alice, HRH Princess (daugther of Queen Victoria)! 108:42
  AQC Database No. 1221


Alison, Sir Archibald, Provincial GM (1847-1867) Glasgow 41:203
  AQC Database No. 1222


All England at York, Grand Lodge of [YGL], chartered the Jerusalem Conclave [KT] (1786) 109:193
  AQC Database No. 1223


All Saints' L.189, [AGL] (A), Wooler 89:244
  AQC Database No. 1224


All Saints' L.212* (1770-75) and L.138* (1863), (L.268*) (1753) [PGL] (erased), and L.189B* [AGL], at Wooler, (Booth, H.C.) The "All Saints Lodges" at Wooler 67:121-38
  AQC Database No. 1225


All Saints' L.231* (1802-66), Wooler (Northumberland) 98:152
  AQC Database No. 1226


All Saints' L.231*, Wooler (1815) 84:149n6
  AQC Database No. 1227


All Saints' L.268*, Wooler 89:244
  AQC Database No. 1228


All Saints' L.268* (1753), L.212* (1770-75) [PGL], and L.138* (1863) [UGL] (erased), Wooler, (Booth, H.C.) The "All Saints Lodges" at Wooler, and the Installation Ceremony in 'The Three Distinct Knocks' (1760) and in 'J&B' (1762) [Exposure], (Ward/Meekren/Booth) 69:127
  AQC Database No. 1229


All seeing eye, depicted on the back of a 'one-dollar U.S. bill' (1$), pyramid (USA), not exclusively a masonic symbol 109:14-15
  AQC Database No. 1230


All-seeing eye, the (symbol) 101:4
  AQC Database No. 1231


All Souls L.170, Weymouth 102:75
  AQC Database No. 1232


All Souls L.170, Weymouth 101:230
  AQC Database No. 1233


All Souls L.170, Weymouth, Minutes (1809-10), formerly L.226* [PGL] q. 93:190-3; and King George III's Statue at Weymouth (1810) 188-93
  AQC Database No. 1234


All Souls L.170, Weymouth 91:7
  AQC Database No. 1235


All Souls L.170, Weymouth 90:138
  AQC Database No. 1236


All Souls L.170, Weymouth 89:47
  AQC Database No. 1237


All Souls L.170, Weymouth, L.226* [PGL], its (1790s) Minutes on Ladies' Nights 88:193-4; and the Williams MS./Arden MS. (1817) (Ritual) 95-7
  AQC Database No. 1238


All Souls L.170, Weymouth 87:143; its Minutes L.226* [PGL] q.167-8; its ritual 167-8; its Williams-Arden MS. (1817) (Ritual) (Dyer) 167-203; Historic Notes of All Souls Lodge (1896) (Milledge) 202
  AQC Database No. 1239


All Souls L.170, Weymouth 86:148n4, 175, 231, 237, 245, 250-1, 255, 262-3, 265n1; its (MS.) Ritual (1816) 237, 263-4; its Minutes q.223-9 passim, q.232 bis, q.237 bis, 246; its New Hall erected (1816) 241-2; its 3( Ceremony 263; William Williams 222, 223-9, 230-3 passim, 237, 246, 256
  AQC Database No. 1240


All Souls L.170, Weymouth 85:287
  AQC Database No. 1241


All Souls L.170, Weymouth, and William Tucker 83:126 bis, 140
  AQC Database No. 1242


All Souls L.170, Weymouth, Historic Notes of All Souls' Lodge L.170, Weymouth (1767-1895). (1896) (L.226*) [PGL], (Milledge, Zillwood), reviewed 10:34-36
  AQC Database No. 1243


All Souls L.226* [PGL], Weymouth, later L.170 [UGL] 93:190-3
  AQC Database No. 1244


All Souls Preceptory of K.T. No.31 [KT], Weymouth 86:265
  AQC Database No. 1245


All Souls Royal Arch Ch.170 [RA], Weymouth 94:11-12
  AQC Database No. 1246


All Souls Royal Arch Ch.170 [RA], Weymouth 86:244, 259
  AQC Database No. 1247


All-Wise Door Keeper (1678) Hermetic Museum, Alchemical connection [RA] 106:157, 258, 259n10
  AQC Database No. 1248


Allan, J. Mason (J. Mason-Allan), leading Scots masonic writer (c.1930s), papers on initiation and ritual (Year Books) (SC) 95:213
  AQC Database No. 1249


Allan, J. Mason (SC); The Legend of Hiram Abiff (c.1930s) 76:136
  AQC Database No. 1250


Allan, J. Mason (SC), The Edinburgh Register House MS. (1696) [Catechism], (facsimile of) 43:153-5
  AQC Database No. 1251


Allan, J., publisher of 'craft' rituals (1853) (sold by Bradshaw), a cover name 84:276
  AQC Database No. 1252


Allcroft, John, as Grand Treasurer, (G.Treasurer) [UGL] (1883), proposed re-elected by Edward Letchworth (1884) 108:101
  AQC Database No. 1253


Alleged Templar Chapter at Edinburgh in 1745. (Draffen, George S.) 67:53-60
  AQC Database No. 1254


Allegorical designs on Lodge certificates 82:187, 196-203
  AQC Database No. 1255


Allegory (Covey-Crump, W.W.), The Allegory of Koheleth 39:163-71
  AQC Database No. 1256


Allemand, Admiral Count (fl.1818) 94:44, 47-8, 50
  AQC Database No. 1257


Allemand, Vice-Admiral Comte 100:38-9, 41-2
  AQC Database No. 1258


Allen, Agnes; The Story of Clothing (1955) 88:17n11
  AQC Database No. 1259


Allen, J. Edward, Grand Chancellor, Grand College of Rites (1932) (USA) 109:211
  AQC Database No. 1260


Allen, James, Provincial GM, Lancashire (1769-1806) 86:188
  AQC Database No. 1261


Allen, John (fl.1772), barrister 104:48
  AQC Database No. 1262


Allen, John, attorney, thought to have drafted the Charter of Compact (1766) [RA] 85:355
  AQC Database No. 1263


Allen, John Edward (USA); Colonial Freemasonry (1973) (ed. Cook, Lewis C.), his article in, on the early development of Freemasonry in North Carolina (USA) 90:262
  AQC Database No. 1264


Allen, John, Provincial GM, Lancashire (1769-1806) 95:95, 100, 102 bis, 115
  AQC Database No. 1265


Allen, John, Provincial GM, Lancashire (1769-1806) 85:30
  AQC Database No. 1266


Allen, John, Provincial GM, Lancashire (1769-1806), and the R.A. [RA] (1766) 82:80, 84, 85, 86; subscriber to the Hall-Loan [PGL] (1779/1787) 29
  AQC Database No. 1267


Allen, Oliver E.; The Pacific Navigators (1980), (on James Cook, J.R. Forster, J. Banks, etc. in the Pacific, New Zealand and Australia, 1770s!) 104:17, 28
  AQC Database No. 1268


Allen, Ralph G., Professor at University of Pittsburgh (USA) (1980) 93:30n41
  AQC Database No. 1269


Allen, Richard, his certificate from L.316 [AGL] (1803) 82:213
  AQC Database No. 1270


Allen, Thomas, carpenter, notes on his house in Dublin (Ireland), used by L. Dermott [AGL], when Master (WM) of L.26 (IC) in (1746) 40:268
  AQC Database No. 1271


Allen, W. Sidney; Vox Latina (1965) 101:257
  AQC Database No. 1272


Allen, W. Sidney; Vox Latina (1965) 99:210
  AQC Database No. 1273


Allen, W.J.; The Third Masonie District of the State of New York (USA) 13:31-2
  AQC Database No. 1274


Allen, William, Provincial GM [PGL], Pennsylvania (1749), (USA) 104:199
  AQC Database No. 1275


Allen, William, Provincial GM [PGL], Pennsylvania (1749), (USA) 96:124, 132
  AQC Database No. 1276


Allen, William, Provincial GM [PGL], Pennsylvania (1749), (USA) 89:171
  AQC Database No. 1277


Allenby, Rev. D.H.N., Provincial G.Chaplain, at the Synod of the Church of England (1951) 95:13
  AQC Database No. 1278


Allende, Salvador (1908-73), President of Chile (1970-73), an activ freemason 109:255; his grandfather Ramón Allende Padin, as GM (1884), Grand Lodge of Chile, Santiago 255
  AQC Database No. 1279


Allgemeine Bürgerloge (ABL), irregular Grand Lodges, Berlin (1896) 91:32, 36; Leipzig (1899) 36
  AQC Database No. 1280


Allgemeines Handbuch (1863-7) 101:37; See also: Lenning, C. (pseud. for C. Hesse); Allgemeines Handbuch der Freimaurerei (1863-7)
  AQC Database No. 1281


Alliance Maçonnique Internationale, [AMI], and 'Association Maçonnique Internationale', Geneva (1902), (1921-c.1946), (Alpina) 97:5; See: Quartier-la-Tente, Edouard (1855-1924), Geneva
  AQC Database No. 1282


Allied Masonic and Christian Degrees, Sovereign College of, at Richmond Virginia (USA), [AMD] 106:182
  AQC Database No. 1283


Allied Masonic Degrees, the 106:84, 180; Grand Council of [AMD] (now controls the five degrees; St. Lawrence the Martyr, Knight of Constantinople, Grand Tilers of Solomon, Red Cross of Babylon, Grand High Priest), formed (1879) (EC); See also: Hamill; The Craft (1986) 179, 181; Allied Masonic Degrees, Sovereign College of Allied Degrees [AMD] (USA) 181
  AQC Database No. 1284


Allied Masonic Degrees, Order (1880) of the, England [AMD] (EC) 105:91; Order (1930) of the (USA) 194
  AQC Database No. 1285


Allied Masonic Degrees, Grand Council (1880) of the (A.M.D.) [AMD] (EC) 100:9
  AQC Database No. 1286


Allied Masonie Degrees, Grand Council for England (1880) [AMD] (EC) 97:59
  AQC Database No. 1287


Allied Masonic Degrees 91:218-19; Grand Council of (1880) (A.M.D.) [AMD] (EC) 134, 154, 218
  AQC Database No. 1288


Allied Masonic Degrees; Constitutions (1884 et seq.) [AMD] (EC) 89:271 bis; Grand Council formed (1879) 271; Grand High Priest degree 271; Grand Masters, listed 272; St. Lawrence degree 271
  AQC Database No. 1289


Allied Masonic Degrees, the [AMD] (Allied Degrees) 88:47
  AQC Database No. 1290


Allied Masonic Degrees, Grand Council formed (1884) [AMD] (EC) 86:156; Allied Masonic Degrees, Grand Council of the, of U.S.A. [AMD] (USA) 350
  AQC Database No. 1291


Allied Masonic Degrees, Grand Council of the [AMD] 85:243, 243n1,2, 283
  AQC Database No. 1292


Allied Masonic Degrees, the [AMD] (Allied Degrees) 84:311
  AQC Database No. 1293


Allied Masonic Degrees, (Carr, H.) Introduction to Allied Masonic Degrees [AMD], (1879) (EC) 80:323-6
  AQC Database No. 1294


Allison, R.L., on 'Pure - and Accepted - Masonry' (Daniel) 106:99
  AQC Database No. 1295


Allix, Pierre; The Judgment of the antient Jewish Church against the Unitarians (1699), used by James Anderson 18:39
  AQC Database No. 1296


Alloa L.69 (SC), (Alloa on the River Forth, Clackmannan) Scotland, James Laurie of, and his song (1758), and the Secession Kirk (1733) 40:268-9
  AQC Database No. 1297


Allyn, Avery; A Ritual and Illustrations of Freemasonry (1835), [Exposure] (USA) 103:134
  AQC Database No. 1298


Allyn, Avery; A Ritual and Illustrations of Freemasonry (1831), (USA), [Exposure], gives a abbreviated form of the 'Knight of the Holy Sepulchre' (KHS) [RCC] 76:79
  AQC Database No. 1299


Allyn, Avery; A Ritual and Illustrations of Freemasonry (1835), unofficial printed ritual [Exposure] (USA) 106:87
  AQC Database No. 1300


Alma Mater L.1429, Cambridge 105:238
  AQC Database No. 1301


Alma Mater L.1429, Cambridge 103:20
  AQC Database No. 1302


Alma Mater L.1492, Cambridge, founded (1874), (University Lodge) [UGL] 59:7, 10, 16, 18
  AQC Database No. 1303


Almanach des Cocus (1747) 106:145
  AQC Database No. 1304


Almanach des Cocus (1741) 104:127, 138
  AQC Database No. 1305


Almeida, Andrew de (surgeon to the Lisbon Inquisition), report on Coustos by (1744) 81:74
  AQC Database No. 1306


Alnwick Lodge, (Rylands, W.H.) The Alnwick Lodge Minutes 14:4-26
  AQC Database No. 1307


Alnwick MS. (1701) [E.a.10.] (Thorp Branch, Sloane MSS. family) 103:113
  AQC Database No. 1308


Alnwick MS. (1701) [E.a.10.] (Thorp Branch, Sloane MSS. family) 100:151
  AQC Database No. 1309


Alnwick MS. (1701) [E.a.10.] (Thorp Branch, Sloane MSS. family) 99:141
  AQC Database No. 1310


Alnwick MS. (1701) [E.a.10.] (Thorp Branch, Sloane MSS. family) 96:109
  AQC Database No. 1311


Alnwick MS. (1701) [E.a.10.] (Thorp Branch, Sloane MSS. family) 95:141
  AQC Database No. 1312


Alnwick MS. (1701) [E.a.10.] (Thorp Branch, Sloane MSS. family) 94:40
  AQC Database No. 1313


Alnwick MS. (1701) [E.a.10.] (Thorp Branch, Sloane MSS. family) 90:186
  AQC Database No. 1314


Alnwick MS. (1701) [E.a.10.] (Thorp Branch, Sloane MSS. family), (Baxter, R.H.) The Old Charges and the Ritual 31:33-55; location (Alnwick), and where reproduced (Hughan's Old Charges, 1873) 40-44
  AQC Database No. 1315


Alnwick, old lodge at (operative) (1701-1757) 103:113
  AQC Database No. 1316


Alnwick, old lodge at 102:207n8
  AQC Database No. 1317


Alnwick, old lodge at (pre-1701-1763) 100:151-2, 160
  AQC Database No. 1318


Alnwick, old lodge at 91:89
  AQC Database No. 1319


Alnwick, old lodge at 94:40
  AQC Database No. 1320


Alnwick, old lodge at 88:72, 78
  AQC Database No. 1321


Alnwick, old lodge at (operative) (1702) 85:13, 27 bis
  AQC Database No. 1322


Alnwick, old Lodge at, North'd (operative) 81:161, 200
  AQC Database No. 1323


Alnwick, old lodge at (Operative), admitting non-operative applicants, not as 'Entered Apprentices' but as Fellows and Masons, as at Warrington, York and Swalwell (late 17th-C.) 69:90n1
  AQC Database No. 1324


Alnwick, old Lodge at, Records of the Alnwick Lodge, 1701-1757. (1895), (Schneider, F. & Davidson, W.), (T.I.), reviewed 8:223-224
  AQC Database No. 1325


Alpha Lodge No.1 (Ancient and Primitive Rite of Memphis in New York) (USA) 108:146
  AQC Database No. 1326


Alpha L.16, united with Royal Alpha (1824) (L.201*) 82:24n2
  AQC Database No. 1327


Alpha L.43* (1730-1823, now within Royal Alpha L.16) 102:253
  AQC Database No. 1328


Alpha L.43* (1814-1823) 98:10-11, 12n25
  AQC Database No. 1329


Alpha L.43*, Kensington Palace, London 96:5
  AQC Database No. 1330


Alpha L.43* (later Royal Alpha Lodge, q.v.) 87:142
  AQC Database No. 1331


Alpha L.116, Newark, New Jersey (USA), Regular non-[PH] Lodge, with coloured, negro members (New Jersey Constitution) 92:168
  AQC Database No. 1332


Alpha L.116, Newark, New Jersey (USA), founded (1871), as the only Regular lodge which admits people of colour (Negro etc.) and is regarded as regular in the Masonic jurisdictions of the U.S.A. (fl.1939), (none [PH]) 50:127
  AQC Database No. 1333


Alpina, Grand Lodge, of Switzerland (1844); See: Web Homepage from; <http://www.masonic.ch/masonic/> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 1334


Alpina, Grand Lodge, of Switzerland (1844), 'on the 150th anniversary of the Alpina Grand Lodge' (1994) 109:258; Binggeli, André, GM of 'Alpina' (1994) 258
  AQC Database No. 1335


Alpina, Grand Lodge, of Switzerland (1844), (Swiss Grand Lodge), visit by representative to the Israeli celebration of its 150th anniversary 107:253
  AQC Database No. 1336


Alpina, Grand Lodge, of Switzerland (1844) 87:68; See also: Kurt von Sury (1882-1977), init. Lodge Freundschaft und Beständigkeit (1910) (Basel), GM 'Alpina' (1935-1939), and as Vicepresident of [UFL] (1939)
  AQC Database No. 1337


Alpina, Grand Lodge, of Switzerland (1844), founded at "Modestia cum Libertate" (1844), Zürich, Switzerland 84:211, 214
  AQC Database No. 1338


Alpina, Grand Lodge, of Switzerland (1844), and the Helvetic Great Priory [RER] 68:89
  AQC Database No. 1339


Alpina, Grand Lodge, of Switzerland (1844), Bro. Kasser, GM (1952-), Bro. Kurt von Sury (1882-1977), GM (1935-1939), Bro. Jomini, GM (1939-1942), Bro. Boeni (1942-1947), Bro. Natural, GM (1947-1952) 67:60
  AQC Database No. 1340


Alpina, Grand Lodge of; See also: Switzerland, Grand Lodge Alpina of, broke of relation to Grand Lodge of France (GOdF) (1966)
  AQC Database No. 1341


Alston, Rowland, (MP), Provincial GM (Essex) (1836-65), (President B.G.P.) 106:70-72, 75-6, 85, 98-9
  AQC Database No. 1342


Altar, in Craft lodges [VSL] 94:201, 224
  AQC Database No. 1343


Altar of Incense, the 88:185
  AQC Database No. 1344


Altar, of the Temple [KST], and the measurements of 102:235-6
  AQC Database No. 1345


Altar, the, its position 88:63, 64
  AQC Database No. 1346


Altenberg, Convent of (Saxe-Weimar) (1764) 109:27-71 passim; taken over by von Hund, after the Johnson affair, [OS] (Germany), von Hund's first display of 'Certificates' at (forgeries) 26-8, 45n45
  AQC Database No. 1347


Altenburgen Constitutionsbuch (1803) 103:242
  AQC Database No. 1348


Alticozzi, V.A.; Relazione della Compagnia dei Liberi Muratori (1746) 105:130
  AQC Database No. 1349


Altona (Hamburg/Denmark), new Lodges (1775-76), establish by the VIIth Province of the [OS] (Germany) 109:36
  AQC Database No. 1350


Altschwager; Abbildungen Freimaurerischer Denkmünzen und Medaillen. (Masonic Medals Vol.4) (1902) (Wiebe), Zirkel Korrespondenz, Hamburgische (HZK) (Craft), (Hamburg Circle Correspondence) Germany, reviewed 15:128-130
  AQC Database No. 1351


Alvarez, Dr. J.B. (fl.1812?) 94:99
  AQC Database No. 1352


Alvear, Carlos (early 19th-C.), in London 104:83
  AQC Database No. 1353


Alvear, Carlos Maria de 94:94-7 passim, 98-9, 100
  AQC Database No. 1354


Alviella, Count Goblet d'+ (1846-1925); See also: Goblet d'Alviella, Count 91:143
  AQC Database No. 1355


Alviella, Count Goblet d'+ (1846-1925), on Catholic Masons (R.C.); See also: d'Alviella, Count Goblet 83:272; on de Vignoles 250; on Grand Orient of Belgium (in AQC vol.25:81-7) and (in AQC vol.33:231-41) 173
  AQC Database No. 1356


Alxinger, Johann Baptist von (1755-1797), poet, and Lodge 'Zur wahren Eintracht', Vienna 13:72
  AQC Database No. 1357


Alypius of Antioch 86:49, 65
  AQC Database No. 1358


Amadou, Robert, connoisseurs on Martinisme/[OS]/[RER] 109:70, 77, 211; Martinisme (in 'Documentes martinistes' No.2) (1979) 70, 76; in Renaissance Traditionelle (No.43/4) (1980) 70
  AQC Database No. 1359


Amadou, Robert, in the reprint of Chaussée's Mémoire (1979) 104:112
  AQC Database No. 1360


Amadou, Robert, q. 97:198
  AQC Database No. 1361


Amalgamated Society of Boiler Makers, Shipwrights, etc. 100:89
  AQC Database No. 1362


Amalgamated Society of Engineers 100:88-9
  AQC Database No. 1363


Amalgamated Union of Engineering Workers 100:88
  AQC Database No. 1364


Amalia, Lodge, Weimar (Germany), Johann Wolfgang Goethe (1749-1832), init. (1780) in 109:11
  AQC Database No. 1365


Amalia, Lodge, Weimar (Germany) 98:201
  AQC Database No. 1366


Amalia, Lodge, Weimar (Germany) 97:97
  AQC Database No. 1367


Amalia, Lodge, Weimar (Germany) 96:144
  AQC Database No. 1368


Amalia, Lodge, Weimar (Germany), (1764-82) [OS], (1808) [JFL], Goethe & Herder as members 92:84, 93
  AQC Database No. 1369


Amalia, Lodge, Weimar (Germany), and Goethe (G) 90:284
  AQC Database No. 1370


Amalia, Lodge, Weimar (Germany) 87:53; Lodge of Sorrow in 255-60; Address to Goethe (3() q.256-7
  AQC Database No. 1371


Amaranth, Order of the 108:146
  AQC Database No. 1372


Amateurs de la Sagesse, Lodge les, Marseilles 85:180, 181
  AQC Database No. 1373


Amazing Grace, The (Webb) 96:199-203
  AQC Database No. 1374


Ambelain, Robert (Paris), GM (1978) Rite of Memphis in France (Martinist & Memphis-Misraim Orders) 92:14n52
  AQC Database No. 1375


Ambelain, Robert (Paris) 91:44; present head (GM) of irregular 'Rite Ancient et Primitif de Memphis-Misraïm'(1978) (Martinist & Memphis-Misraim Orders) 46, 103; Bibliographical, concise review of his masonic books: Le Martinisme (1946) (ed. Niclaus) (The Martinist Order); Cérémonies et Rituels de la Maçonnerie Symbolique (1966) (Ceremonies and Rituals of Symbolic Freemasonry, Memphis and Misraim); Scala philosophorum ou La Symbolique des outils dans l'art Royal (1975) (Symbolism of the Tools in the Royal Art) 104
  AQC Database No. 1376


Ambix, Vol.II (1963), 'Catalogue of the Library of J. Winthorp jun' 107:78n4
  AQC Database No. 1377


Amblaine, Henri (pseudonym for, Bernheim, Alain), 'Masonic Catechisms and Exposures' (early English and French), [NS] for (1993) (in AQC vol.106:141-53) 107:vii
  AQC Database No. 1378


Amblaine, Henri (pseudonym for, Bernheim, Alain), 'Masonic Catechisms and Exposures' (early English and French), [NS] for (1993) 106:141-53; See also: (in AQC vol.107:vii)
  AQC Database No. 1379


Ambrogi, Fr. Paolo Ambrogio, Chief Inquisitor (in 1739), (R.C.) 95:179
  AQC Database No. 1380


Ambrosian Breviary, The 88:vi
  AQC Database No. 1381


Ambulatory Lodges; See: Military Lodges
  AQC Database No. 1382


Ameer-ul-Omrah Bahadur (fl.1787) 92:189
  AQC Database No. 1383


Amelia, Duchess, Regent of Saxe-Weimar, giving consent to the imprisonenment for life without trial (Kabinetts-Justiz) of Johnson (1765), [OS] (Germany) 109:27
  AQC Database No. 1384


Amelia, HRH Princess (d.1810), at Weymouth (1809) 93:188
  AQC Database No. 1385


America (USA); See: Freemasonry, list of (subscribe), on the 'Internet'; <freemasonry-list@sclinux.blm.gov> (1997)
  AQC Database No. 1386


America L.3368 (fl.1916) 99:104n108
  AQC Database No. 1387


America L.3368, [UGL] (London), member of 'The Anglo-Foreign Lodges Association' (1969), London 81:224
  AQC Database No. 1388


America L.3368, founden (1909) [UGL], (work Emulation) (USA), member of 'The Anglo-Foreign Lodges Association', London 78:151
  AQC Database No. 1389


America, Supreme Council (33(), Northern Jurisdiction of (NMJ), [A&ASR] (USA) 106:73, 98
  AQC Database No. 1390


America, Supreme Council (33() (French Islands) of, in France [A&ASR] 100:33, 37-8, 39
  AQC Database No. 1391


America; See: United States of America, and under 'Names' of States and places (USA)
  AQC Database No. 1392


American Constitution and Declaration of Independence, masonic signatories 89:174
  AQC Database No. 1393


American Freemasonry, (18th-C.) 104:198-205; See also: United States of America, or (USA)
  AQC Database No. 1394


American Grand College of Rites (USA), (research group that reprints extinct Masonic rituals) 92:13n37
  AQC Database No. 1395


American Grand Secretaries Guild (1913) (masonic) 106:184, 184n6
  AQC Database No. 1396


American Lodge of Research, New York; Transactions of the (USA), Peterson, N.D.; 'The Scottish Rite Version of the Three Degrees of Craft Masonry', Transaction, Vol.18 (1989) 109:81, 93n3
  AQC Database No. 1397


American Lodge of Research, New York; Transactions of the (USA) 107:183; N.D. Peterson; 'The Scottish Rite Version of the Three Degrees of Craft Masonry', Transaction, Vol.18 (1989), [A&ASR] 187n11
  AQC Database No. 1398


American Lodge of Research, New York; Transactions of the (USA), Vol.7, No.3 (Ward K. St. Clair, Master (WM) of 1958/9) 105:115n7-8
  AQC Database No. 1399


American Lodge of Research, New York; Transactions of the (USA) q. 101:129
  AQC Database No. 1400


American Lodge of Research, New York; Transactions of the (USA) 99:26, 228
  AQC Database No. 1401


American Lodge of Research, New York; Transactions of the (USA) (1941/2) (on 'Mozart and Masonry') 87:37n1, 72
  AQC Database No. 1402


American Masonic crisis, the Morgan incident of 1826 and its aftermath. (USA) (J.H. Tatsch) 34:196-209
  AQC Database No. 1403


American Masonic Federation (spurious) (USA) 97:89, 92-5
  AQC Database No. 1404


American Metropolitan College of the Professed (1901), Pentwater, Michigan (USA) 105:96, 118
  AQC Database No. 1405


American Philosophical Library (USA), and the "Franklin Reprint" (B. of C.) 84:71
  AQC Database No. 1406


American Revolution (1775-83), (War of Independence) (USA), not masonically inspired (the thirteen colonies in North America, church, society, etc.), Treaty of Versailles (1783) 109:13-15, 16n32
  AQC Database No. 1407


American Rite (Monitor of the Lodge) (USA) 107:204; on the 'Indented Tessel' or tessellated border (USA) 212n44; lists Mark Master as the Fourth Degree worked in the Holy Royal Arch [RA], (USA) 216n4
  AQC Database No. 1408


American Rite, the (USA); See also: Thomas Smith Webb, inventor/founder of the (c.1800), replaced the rituals of the 'Antients' and 'Moderns' working, incl. (IC)/(SC) (Q.139) 85:370
  AQC Database No. 1409


American Union Lodge (1776), Connecticut (USA) (now L.1, Marietta, Ohio) 90:223, 226, 262
  AQC Database No. 1410


American Union Lodge (1776) (military), (now L.1) (Ohio) (USA) 89:174
  AQC Database No. 1411


American Union Lodge, George Washington at, (1779), West Point, New York (USA) 88:182
  AQC Database No. 1412


American War of Independence and Freemasonry, The (1775-83) (Cerza) (USA) 89:169-75
  AQC Database No. 1413


American War of Independence and Freemasonry, The (1775-83) (USA) 88:103-4
  AQC Database No. 1414


Ames, James, Master (WM) of Innocence and Morality L.592* (1796-1826), his jewel (c.1776); See also: Freemasons' Hall (1983) (Stubbs & Haunch) 101:229
  AQC Database No. 1415


Amherst, William Archer & Le Strange, Hamon; History of Union Lodge, Norwich (1898), (L.52), reviewed 11:188-9
  AQC Database No. 1416


Amherst, William Archer, 3rd Earl of, Pro GM [UGL] (1899-1908), Deputy GM [UGL] (1896-98), Provincial GM (Kent) (1860-1905) 108:103, 106, 110
  AQC Database No. 1417


Amherst, William Archer, 3rd Earl of, Pro GM [UGL] (1899-1908), Deputy GM [UGL] (1896-98), Provincial GM (Kent) (1860-1905) 106:79
  AQC Database No. 1418


Amherst, William Archer, 3rd Earl of, Pro GM [UGL] (1899-1908), Deputy GM [UGL] (1896-98), Provincial GM (Kent) (1860-1905); See also: his Obituary (in AQC vol.22:63) 86:104, 115
  AQC Database No. 1419


Amiable, Louis (1837-1897), init. Lodge Isis Montyon (1860), G.Sec. (GOdF), French lawyer send by the Government to organize the Ottoman Bar Association, (Prince Murad, init. in the house of) (1872), (Turkey) 107:230-1; (author of the exellent book) La Loge des Neuf Sæurs, (Paris) 230
  AQC Database No. 1420


Amiable, Louis (1837-1897), French freemason 104:190, 192, 194; his address to Prince Murad q.192-3
  AQC Database No. 1421


Amiable, Louis (1837-1897); Une Loge Maçonnique d'avant 1789. (Les Neuf Sæurs) (1797), Paris 94:244-5
  AQC Database No. 1422


Amiable, Louis (1837-1897); Une Loge Maçonnique d'avant 1789. La R ... L ... Les Neuf Sæurs (1897), Lodge Nine Muses, Paris 86:9n3, 312, 314 bis, 317 bis
  AQC Database No. 1423


Amias, Rev. Saul, A.G. Chap. (1973) 92:36
  AQC Database No. 1424


Amic, Auguste, ed.; La Tribune française (1840) 92:12n8
  AQC Database No. 1425


Amicable Lodge, Exeter (erased), (Gough, Charles) Two unidentified Lodges 30:256-7
  AQC Database No. 1426


Amici Ordinis or Socii, of the sixth degree of [OS], reserved for reigning princes (only Christians) 109:24, 43n26
  AQC Database No. 1427


Amico dell'Uomo, Lodge L', Taranto 100:169
  AQC Database No. 1428


Amiel, Orator, a Grand Ecossais of the Philosphical Rite (1807), Toulouse (in the Sharp document No.80) 107:175
  AQC Database No. 1429


Amiens (France), The Minute book of a 'Loge des Maîtres' (Master Lodge) at (1776-1790), (Tuckett) 31:124-151
  AQC Database No. 1430


Amiens, Treaty of (1802), (Article X), decreed that Malta be restored to the Order of St.John of Jerusalem [KH] (Hospitallers) 83:87 bis, 87n2, 92
  AQC Database No. 1431


Amis Choisis, Sovereign Chapter Les, New York 100:43
  AQC Database No. 1432


Amis de l'Avenir, Lodge les (1863), St. Helier, Jersey 86:200-9
  AQC Database No. 1433


Amis de l'Avenir, Lodge les, French Ancient and Accepted Rite Lodge in Jersey [A&ASR] 85:285
  AQC Database No. 1434


Amis de l'Honneur Français, Lodge Les (1803), Elba 100:176
  AQC Database No. 1435


Amis de l'Honneur Français, Loge les, Paris 102:172
  AQC Database No. 1436


Amis de la Concorde, French lodge at Alexandria 98:10
  AQC Database No. 1437


Amis de la Justice, Lodge les (to 1764), The Hague 96:211-13
  AQC Database No. 1438


Amis de la Justice, Lodge les, at The Hague 83:156
  AQC Database No. 1439


Amis de la Parfaite Union, Lodge Les (military) 100:175
  AQC Database No. 1440


Amis de la Patrie, Loge les, Motevideo 102:7
  AQC Database No. 1441


Amis de la Verité, Les, Lodge (France), strong hold of Italian Carbonarism 89:65
  AQC Database No. 1442


Amis de la Vérité, L.104 Les, (Memphis Rite) Geneva 92:8, 11, 13n30
  AQC Database No. 1443


Amis du Commerce, Loge les, Antwerp 102:55
  AQC Database No. 1444


Amis en Captivité, Les, French prisoners-of-war Lodge (1811), Malta, (later L.716*) [UGL] (1819) 98:9-10
  AQC Database No. 1445


Amis en Captivité, Lodge les, French prisoners-of-war Lodge (1811) Malta, (later L.716*) [UGL] (1819) 85:159-60, 161, 166, 173, 175, 181; Certificates of 170-1
  AQC Database No. 1446


Amis, Le Centre des, Lodge (Paris) (1793), now L.1 (GLNF) (1913), the premier lodge of the Grand Orient (GOdF), as a clandestine lodge (during the Terror), under the leadership of Roettiers de Montaleau (WM) (1793) 97:110, 112-13
  AQC Database No. 1447


Amis Philanthropes, Les, Lodge, Brussels (Belgium) 100:62-4, 67, 73, 79
  AQC Database No. 1448


Amis Philanthropes, Les, Lodge, Brussels (Belgium), with attached Rose Croix Chapter (French Rite) [A&ASR], and a Consistory of Sublime Princes of the Royal Secret (32(), and Supreme Council (1813) (33() 101:259
  AQC Database No. 1449


Amis Philanthropes, Les Loge (Grand Orient of Belgium), Michel L. Brodsky+, init. (1954) in 108:3, 8
  AQC Database No. 1450


Amis Philanthropes No.2, Lodge Les (1894), Brussels 100:67, 81-3
  AQC Database No. 1451


Amis Réunis de Saint Joseph, L.(1810-15), Vitoria, Spain 104:83
  AQC Database No. 1452


Amis Réunis, Lodge des, L.475* (French Lodge), London 86:14n1
  AQC Database No. 1453


Amis Réunis, Lodge les, Aix-en-Provence 101:69
  AQC Database No. 1454


Amis Réunis, Lodge les, Paris 94:65-6
  AQC Database No. 1455


Amis Réunis, Lodge Les, Ghent (Grand East of The Netherlands), the Belgian revolted against the Dutch (1830) 100:62
  AQC Database No. 1456


Amis Sincéres, Des, Lodge at Geneva (1796) 83:253
  AQC Database No. 1457


Amitié á l'Epreuve, Lodge L', (1776) (Rite Philosophique), Rome 100:177
  AQC Database No. 1458


Amitié aux trois Colombes, Loge de l' (1761) (G), [3WK], Berlin 96:123
  AQC Database No. 1459


Amitié aux trois Colombes, Loge de l' (1761) (G), [3WK], Berlin 93:193
  AQC Database No. 1460


Amitié de Guerre, Lodge (Draskovic Observance/Observanz Rite), Glina (Croatia) 90:58 bis, 59-60, 62, 68n6
  AQC Database No. 1461


Amitié et Fraternité, Lodge (1721?) at Dunkerque 87:243
  AQC Database No. 1462


Amitié et Fraternité, Lodge L' (1721?), Dunkirk 88:207
  AQC Database No. 1463


Amitié et Fraternité, Lodge L', Dunkirk (1721?) 86:11
  AQC Database No. 1464


Amitié, Lodge l' (1746), Bordeaux 101:54, 56, 59-60, 62, 64-5, 73-4, 119n6, 127
  AQC Database No. 1465


Amitié, Lodge l', Périgueux 101:72-3
  AQC Database No. 1466


Amitié, Loge l' (1752), Berlin 93:193
  AQC Database No. 1467


Amitié, Loge la Parfaite, Lyon (France), founded (1753), rejected to join Willermoz [RER] (c.1773) 109:39, 49n118
  AQC Database No. 1468


Amitié, Royale York de l', Berlin (G), founded by French brethren as Loge l'Amitié (1752), name changed to l'Amitié aux trois Colombes (1761), and to Royale York de l'Amitié (1765), as Provincial Grand Lodge [PGL] (Brandenburg) (1768) 93:193; See also: 'The Inner Orient of The Old Grand Lodge of Prussia' 193-203
  AQC Database No. 1469


Amity, L.1 of, (China), Taipei 104:28
  AQC Database No. 1470


Amity, L.137 of, Poole 108:31
  AQC Database No. 1471


Amity, L.137 of, Poole 97:58
  AQC Database No. 1472


Amity, L.137 of, Poole 90:46, 49, 135, 141
  AQC Database No. 1473


Amity, L.137 of, Poole, its Song Book q. 89:101
  AQC Database No. 1474


Amity, L.137 of, Poole (Dorset), (c.1765) [PGL] 87:167, 188, 191
  AQC Database No. 1475


Amity, L.137 of, Poole 86:231, 234, 241-2, 245
  AQC Database No. 1476


Amity, L.137 of, Poole 84:63
  AQC Database No. 1477


Amity, L.137 of, Poole, Installation in (1851) 81:199
  AQC Database No. 1478


Amity, L.137 of, Poole, History of the Lodge of Amity, No.137, Poole. (1937) (Smith, Harry P.), reviewed 47:261-262
  AQC Database No. 1479


Amity, L.224* of, Steeton-in-Craven, Preston 90:159
  AQC Database No. 1480


Amity, L.280* of, (1810-1828), Steeton, Yorkshire 93:135, 136 bis
  AQC Database No. 1481


Amity, L.283 (c.1790) [PGL], Rochdale/Haslingden 95:102
  AQC Database No. 1482


Amity, L.283 (c.1790) [PGL], Rochdale/Haslingden 88:54
  AQC Database No. 1483


Amity, L.341* of (1779-1794), Preston 95:101
  AQC Database No. 1484


Amity, L.407* of, (1767-1813), Canton 104:9-11, 14
  AQC Database No. 1485


Amity, L.407* of, (1767-1792), Canton 90:259
  AQC Database No. 1486


Amity, Lodge of (pre-1787), Bombay 92:189
  AQC Database No. 1487


Amity, Lodge (1779-94) [AGL], Preston 88:54
  AQC Database No. 1488


Amity, Lodge of, Paris 86:317
  AQC Database No. 1489


Ammianus Marcellinus, Roman historian (c.330-90) 86:49, 64-6 passim, 81
  AQC Database No. 1490


Amor e Caridade, L.5 (Brazil), Petropolis 90:288
  AQC Database No. 1491


AMORC (Ancient and Mystical Order Rosae Crucis), Rosicrucian park, San Jose (USA), founded (1915), by Lewis, H. Spencer (d.1939), and son Ralph (d.1987), now Gary Stewart, (irregular) [HG] 108:247
  AQC Database No. 1492


Amoy - The Port and the Lodge (Hong Kong, Corinthian Lodge of Amoy) (1978), Christopher Haffner 107:95-6, 107
  AQC Database No. 1493


Amphibal, St. 103:6, 13
  AQC Database No. 1494


Amphibal, St. 102:188, 190-5
  AQC Database No. 1495


Amphibal, St.; See also: Alban, St., and St. Amphibal 89:113-22
  AQC Database No. 1496


Amphibious L.258, Heckmondwike 93:136 bis
  AQC Database No. 1497


Amphibious L.258, Heckmondwike 83:33, 34
  AQC Database No. 1498


Ampthill, Arthur, 2nd Lord (1869-1935), Pro GM [UGL] (1908-1935) 101:156
  AQC Database No. 1499


Ampthill, Arthur, 2nd Lord (1869-1935), Pro GM [UGL] (1908-1935) q. 98:24
  AQC Database No. 1500


Ampthill, Arthur, 2nd Lord (1869-1935), Pro GM [UGL] (1908-1935) 96:129
  AQC Database No. 1501


Ampthill, Arthur, 2nd Lord (1869-1935), Pro GM [UGL] (1908-1935) 95:64
  AQC Database No. 1502


Ampthill, Arthur, 2nd Lord (1869-1935), Pro GM [UGL] (1908-1935) p. 93:109, 193
  AQC Database No. 1503


Ampthill, Arthur, 2nd Lord (1869-1935), Pro GM [UGL] (1908-1935), as District GM [UGL], Madras (India) (1901-6) q. 92:183
  AQC Database No. 1504


Ampthill, Arthur, 2nd Lord (1869-1935), Pro GM [UGL] (1908-1935) 89:127, 130, 131
  AQC Database No. 1505


Ampthill, Arthur, 2nd Lord (1869-1935), Pro GM [UGL] (1908-1935) 86:100, 103-7 passtm, 116 bis, 121-8 passim, 132-4 passim; (33() [A&ASR] (EC) (1931), his Masonic career 104; on Sir A. Robbins q.124; See: his Obituary (in AQC vol.48:312)
  AQC Database No. 1506


Ampthill, Arthur, 2nd Lord (1869-1935), Pro GM [UGL] (1908-1935) 84:37 bis, 41-4 passim
  AQC Database No. 1507


Ampthill, Arthur, 2nd Lord (1869-1935), Pro GM [UGL] (1908-1935), Egypt visited by (1934) 81:213, 222-3; pronouncement on Salutes to Grand Officers (1929) 364
  AQC Database No. 1508


Ampthill, Arthur, 2nd Lord (1869-1935), Pro GM [UGL] (1908-1935), District GM (1901-5), Madras (India) 23:195
  AQC Database No. 1509


Amsterdamsche Courant (1735), Amsterdam 102:56
  AQC Database No. 1510


Amsterdamse Donderdaegse Courant (1731) q. 95:174, 176-7
  AQC Database No. 1511


Amulets (Fox-Thomas, E. Talisman) 15:133-4
  AQC Database No. 1512


An de la Grande lumiére, L' 94:4 bis
  AQC Database No. 1513


An Intimate and Permanent Tye: Anglo-Swedish Masonic Relations (1868-1870), (Daniel), [UGL]/(SFMO) 109:96-112
  AQC Database No. 1514


An Old Spanish Tradition Concerning Adonhiram (Zeldis) 108:240-42
  AQC Database No. 1515


Anacréon Lodge (GOdF), Paris, and the funeral of Rottier de Montaleau (1808) 108:40
  AQC Database No. 1516


Anagram (from Yorkshire) on the 'art of Masonry' q. 90:170
  AQC Database No. 1517


Analytical Grids as Tools of Masonic Research with applications to the Apprentices of the Swedish and "Scottish" Rite, [SKA]/[A&ASR], (Peterson) 109:81-95
  AQC Database No. 1518


Anatolia Lodge (irreg.), Smyrna 93:114
  AQC Database No. 1519


Anaximander (611-547 B.C.), philosopher 102:24
  AQC Database No. 1520


Ancestor Worship, (Simpson, William) The Worship of Death 2:7-51
  AQC Database No. 1521


Anchor (Dutchy Lane), L.23 at, in Grand Lodge Minutes (1723) [PGL] 85:303
  AQC Database No. 1522


Anchor and Crown Lodge, Shorts Garden (1730), John Arthur member of, and the 'Mock Masons' print 107:236
  AQC Database No. 1523


Anchor and Crown, Shorts Gardens, L.56* (1728-1775) at the 101:14
  AQC Database No. 1524


Anchor and Hope, L.37, Bolton, formerly L.105* (1732) [PGL]; See also: (in AQC vol.10:39) and (in AQC vol.8:208) 106:95
  AQC Database No. 1525


Anchor and Hope, L.37 (1732) [PGL], Bolton, Lancashire 98:169
  AQC Database No. 1526


Anchor and Hope, L.37, Bolton 96:64
  AQC Database No. 1527


Anchor and Hope, L.37, Bolton 95:40, 47, 50, 90-1, 99, 111-13, 116 bis
  AQC Database No. 1528


Anchor and Hope, L.37, Bolton 93:183
  AQC Database No. 1529


Anchor and Hope, L.37, Bolton 90:110
  AQC Database No. 1530


Anchor and Hope, L.37, Bolton (1732) [PGL] 88:51, 54
  AQC Database No. 1531


Anchor and Hope, L.37, Bolton 86:61; L.105* in a 'Private Room, Bolton, Lancashire' (1732-65), then changed to 'Hope Inn, Bolton', as Anchor and Hope Lodge (1767) [PGL] 351
  AQC Database No. 1532


Anchor and Hope, L.37, Bolton 85:314
  AQC Database No. 1533


Anchor and Hope, L.37, Bolton 84:292
  AQC Database No. 1534


Anchor and Hope, L.37, Bolton, its Seal (1732) [PGL] 82:239
  AQC Database No. 1535


Anchor and Hope, L.37, Bolton; History of Anchor and Hope Lodge (1732), Bolton (1882), (Brockbank, G.P. & J. Newton) 1:189-90
  AQC Database No. 1536


Anchor and Hope, L.37, Bolton, Revised History of Anchor and Hope Lodge (1732), Bolton. (1896), (Newton, J. & G.P. Brockbank), (L.37 and L.39), reviewed 10:39
  AQC Database No. 1537


Anchor and Hope, L.234*, now L.1 (India), Calcutta 92:181
  AQC Database No. 1538


Anchor and Hope MS. (n.d.) [X.12.] (Missing MSS.) 99:142
  AQC Database No. 1539


Anchor and Hope MS. (n.d.) [X.12.] (Missing MSS.) 31:42
  AQC Database No. 1540


Anchor L.1704, Lieut. John Norwood, V.C. (Ladysmith, Anglo-Boer War), of the (1896) 97:26
  AQC Database No. 1541


Anchoris, Fr. Ramón E. (Argentinian in Miranda' lodge) 94:94-5, 97
  AQC Database No. 1542


Ancien Mot de Maítre, L' 83:322
  AQC Database No. 1543


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR], Supreme Council (33(), Southern Masonic Jurisdiction (SMJ) (USA); See: Web Homepage <http://srmason-sj.org/council/index.html> (1998), House of the Temple, Washington DC (USA)
  AQC Database No. 1544


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR], Supreme Council (33(), Northern Masonic Jurisdiction (NMJ) (USA); See: Web Homepage <http://www.supremecouncil.org/> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 1545


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] (EC) 109:10, 75, 81-95 passim, 212
  AQC Database No. 1546


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR], (SMJ) (USA) 108:36, 127
  AQC Database No. 1547


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 107:86, 104, 192; (irregular) 153; initiation ritual 48, 50, 183; of Alexander de Grasse-Tilly, and Jean-Jacques Borel (1809) 176, 178n22
  AQC Database No. 1548


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 106:68, 90, 93, 96-7, 178; Belgian/France (1820) 60n1, 81, 83, 163, 214, 233; See also: Rose Croix (18()
  AQC Database No. 1549


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 105:96-7, 101, 120, 122, 183; in France 116-17, 251; Grand Constitutions (1786) 117
  AQC Database No. 1550


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 104:87, 91, 118, 127, 133, 138, 157; Italy 207; Jamaica 173-5; Poland 207, 209
  AQC Database No. 1551


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 103:247-8, 262
  AQC Database No. 1552


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 102:99-101, 114, 118, 122, 127; in France 114, 127, 259; in Italy 5-12, 14-20
  AQC Database No. 1553


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 101:126, 128, 148, 251-2; Amis Philanthropes, Les, Lodge, Brussels (Belgium), with attached Rose Croix Chapter (French Rite) [A&ASR], and a Consistory of Sublime Princes of the Royal Secret (32(), and Supreme Council (1813) (33() 259
  AQC Database No. 1554


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 100:72, 73, 79-80, 81-2, 164; Crand Constitutions (1786) 72, 251; See also: Supreme Councils 33( (S.C.), and Sovereign Grand Commander 33( (S.G.C.)
  AQC Database No. 1555


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR], Supreme Councils and the Jewish Calendar 99:23, 26, 32n2
  AQC Database No. 1556


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 98:34, 53; its degrees 124-5; in France and Belgium 176-7; in Scotland 188; See also: United States of America (USA) [A&ASR], Southern Jurisdiction (Charleston/Washington D.C.) (SMJ), Northern Jurisdiction (Boston/New York) (NMJ)
  AQC Database No. 1557


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR], England 97:59, 214-15; France 16; Germany 5; Netherlands 5; Scotland 205-7; America (USA) 16, 171; '1762 Constitutions, The Authorship of the' (Jackson) 176-91
  AQC Database No. 1558


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR], Scotland, its Arms 96:195, 198
  AQC Database No. 1559


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 95:210-11
  AQC Database No. 1560


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 94:43 60 passim, 205, 217-20 passim, 223, 241, 243
  AQC Database No. 1561


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 93:70, 113, 186-7, 222
  AQC Database No. 1562


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 92:49, 51, 55-6, 188, 205-8; in France 203; in Germany 82; non-Christians (mostly Jewish) as members in USA, Canada and the Netherlands 49
  AQC Database No. 1563


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 91:90, 106, 214, 217; its badge 218-19; Cernau (1807) 33, 34, 35, 40, 44; its Constitutions 217; Grand Orient, Germany 35, 36, 37; the O.T.O. (Temple of the Orient) [KT] (Reuss) 39; Supreme Councils, England (1845) 33, 43-4, Scotland (1846)
  AQC Database No. 1564


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 90:236-7, 264-5, 266-7, 325; in Brazil 288; in France 257-9, 264, (c.1820) 325; in Scotland 253, 264, 266-7; in (USA) 264
  AQC Database No. 1565


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR], (1(- 3() Craft! 89:186-7, 269; the (9() & (10() lodge of Perfection 186; (21() as Prussian Knight 260; Statutes and Regulations (1762) (Prussia and France) 209; Supreme Councils, England 208 bis; Israel 213; Scotland 208; USA (New Jersey) 208
  AQC Database No. 1566


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 88:91, 189-90, 215; in Trinidad 206
  AQC Database No. 1567


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR], and the Order of the Temple [KT] 87:245; Register of Supreme Councils, Active and Extinct (1974) (NMJ) (Draffen, George S.), reviewed (Hewitt) 215
  AQC Database No. 1568


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 86:82, 156; English Supreme Council formed (1845) 187; first Supreme Council formed (1801) (SMJ) (USA) 186n3; in France 202-6 passim
  AQC Database No. 1569


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR], England (EC) 85:249; Royal Arch as a degree of [RA] 173; and Rite of Memphis 244; and Rite of Misraim 248, 281; Serving Brethren in 8; Rules and Regulations ... of the Supreme Council (33() [A&ASR] (EC) 8; France 244, 247n2, 285; Scotland (SC) 283-4; The Scottish Rite for Scotland (1958) (Lindsay) 283; Ireland (IC), Supreme Council (33() and Grand Chapter of Prince Masons 292; U.S.A. (Southern Jurisdiction) (SMJ) (USA) 297
  AQC Database No. 1570


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 84:311-12; in France 220, 221, 231; its origins 310 bis
  AQC Database No. 1571


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR], Articles of Constitution (1786) 83:269-70; See also: Morin, Stephen; Pike, Albert; Supreme Council 33( (EC), (SC), (IC), (SMJ) & (NMJ) (USA); See also: Web Homepage (USA) <http://www.supremecouncil.org/> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 1572


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR], Book of Esdras [VSL], rebuildning of the Temple under Zerubbabel, same as in 'The Apocrypha' (1895), [RA]/[A&ASR] 82:158n3
  AQC Database No. 1573


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] 81:291, 294; a memorial to Chevalier Ramsay 298
  AQC Database No. 1574


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR]; Rose Croix (18() and Kardosh (30(), (Crawley, W.J. Chetwode) Two cornerstones in the olden times 24:21-6
  AQC Database No. 1575


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR]; Rose Croix (18() and Kardosh (30(), (Lobingier, C.S.) Chronology of Scottish Rite Masonry 21:67-8
  AQC Database No. 1576


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite (33() [A&ASR] (EC) (Supreme Council 33( for England and Wales, and its Districts and Chapters Overseas); See: Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite; See also: Supreme Councils (33() (S.C.), Sovereign Grand Commander (33() (S.G.C.), Council of Kadosh (30(), Chapter of Rose Croix (18()
  AQC Database No. 1577


Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite, The, (Francken MS.) (Hewitt), (33() [A&ASR] 89:208-10
  AQC Database No. 1578


Ancient and Accepted Rite (Chevalier du Soleil degree) 108:141
  AQC Database No. 1579


Ancient and Accepted Rite, Cerneau Supreme Council of (USA) 108:145-46, 154
  AQC Database No. 1580


Ancient and Accepted Rite for Canada, Supreme Council of the [A&ASR] 108:129, 130
  AQC Database No. 1581


Ancient and Accepted Rite for England and Wales, Supreme Council (33() [A&ASR] (EC) 108:130, 137, 157; ritual 61n58-59; See also: England and Wales, etc., Supreme Council (33() (1845) for [A&ASR] (EC)
  AQC Database No. 1582


Ancient and Accepted Rite for England and Wales etc., Supreme Council (33() [A&ASR] (EC) 107:103
  AQC Database No. 1583


Ancient and Accepted Rite for England and Wales, and its Districts and Chapters Overseas, Supreme Council (33() [A&ASR] of the (EC), HQ at No.10 Duke Street (London), James Wallace Daniel+ (Jim), G.Sec.General (1989) 106:vi
  AQC Database No. 1584


Ancient and Accepted Rite, Supreme Council of the (USA) [A&ASR] (NMJ) 108:159
  AQC Database No. 1585


Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, Valley of Detroit (USA) [A&ASR] (NMJ) (1918), and (OTO) (1919) 108:158
  AQC Database No. 1586


Ancient and Amicable L.25 [AGL] (A) (now St. George's Lodge of Harmony), Liverpool 95:93
  AQC Database No. 1587


Ancient and Modern Rite (1801) [A&ASR] (USA) 84:311
  AQC Database No. 1588


Ancient and Primitive Rite of Memphis in New York (USA), and Harry Seymour (1872) 108:146
  AQC Database No. 1589


Ancient and Primitive Rite 107:153
  AQC Database No. 1590


Ancient and Primitive Rite of Misraim; See also: Misraim, Rite of 85:246-9, 257-8, 266, 281-94
  AQC Database No. 1591


Ancient and Primitive Rite, Sovereign Sanctuary of, reduced the Rite of Memphis with 90 degrees (90() (Isis) (Egypt), to the now acknowledged 33 degrees (33() [A&ASR] 81:210
  AQC Database No. 1592


Ancient Arabic Order, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, [AAONMS], USA (1870/6); See also: Shriners 102:90
  AQC Database No. 1593


Ancient Arabic Order, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, [AAONMS], USA (1870/6); See also: Shriners 97:103-4
  AQC Database No. 1594


Ancient Aryan Temple. (S. Pulney Andy) 9:15
  AQC Database No. 1595


Ancient Caledonian Society. (H.R. Mackenzie) 7:200-4
  AQC Database No. 1596


Ancient Charges (MSS.) 107:60, 61
  AQC Database No. 1597


Ancient Charges (MS.) 87:74, 109, 125; See also: Old Charges, The
  AQC Database No. 1598


Ancient Charges, the 108:52-53, 56, 74, 76, 78-80, 162, 213; See also: Old Charges [MSS.]
  AQC Database No. 1599


Ancient, Free and Accepted Masonry, Order (1925) of (for men and women) [COF] 105:161-2
  AQC Database No. 1600


Ancient Freemasonry for Men and Women, Order (1979) of [AFAM], [COF] & [A&ASR] 105:161
  AQC Database No. 1601


Ancient Frontenac and Cataraqui Royal Arch Ch.1 (GRC) [RA], Kingston, Ontario (Canada) 96:18
  AQC Database No. 1602


Ancient Knight Templars [KT], their Lodge No.53, (L.53!) [AGL] (A), at Liverpool 90:155
  AQC Database No. 1603


Ancient, L.49, (SC), Dundee 95:58, 59
  AQC Database No. 1604


Ancient, L.49, (SC), Dundee 93:171, 177
  AQC Database No. 1605


Ancient Masonry; See: Ancient and Accepted Rite (33() [A&ASR]; See also: Antient' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 106:51
  AQC Database No. 1606


Ancient Order of Oriental Templars (Ordo Templi Orientis) (OTO), Hermetic Brotherhood of Light (1917), by Theodor Reuss & Aleister Crowley, occultist 96:210
  AQC Database No. 1607


Ancient St. John's L.3 (GRC), Kingston, Ontario (Canada) 96:11
  AQC Database No. 1608


Ancient Stirling Lodge. (W.J. Hughan) 6:108-12
  AQC Database No. 1609


Ancient Union L.203, Liverpool 95:94
  AQC Database No. 1610


Ancient Union L.348* (1820), now L.203, Liverpool 85:31, 32-3; and the Liverpool Rebellion (1821/3) [WGL] 35, 56
  AQC Database No. 1611


Ancient York Masons, in British America. (USA) (James Vroom) [HG] 24:268-75
  AQC Database No. 1612


Ancient York Rite (American ritual work) 107:207
  AQC Database No. 1613


Ancient York Rite (Canadian Craft working) 96:30
  AQC Database No. 1614


Ancient York, working, Finch's term 102:71, 73, 95
  AQC Database No. 1615


Ancients L.79 (1759-1832), Thomas Dunckerley, Master (WM) of (1757), Portsmouth 107:214
  AQC Database No. 1616


Ancients L.243, Chatham, Bryant member of 107:214
  AQC Database No. 1617


Ancients' Grand Lodge (A) (1751-1813) [AGL], Church Sermon Preached before (1788) 107:79
  AQC Database No. 1618


And the Greatest of These is Charity (Hamill), Prestonian Lecture (1993) [PL] 108:162-74
  AQC Database No. 1619


Andalucia, Provincial Grand Lodges of, Gibraltar (Spain) 98:9
  AQC Database No. 1620


Andalucia, Provincial Grand Lodge of, L.220 (A) [AGL] (1786-c.1815), Gibraltar (Spain) 90:132
  AQC Database No. 1621


Andersen, B.W.; The Living World of the Old Testament. [VSL] 87:211
  AQC Database No. 1622


Anderson, C.W. & Henderson, J.A.; Historical Records of Freemasonry in Stockton-on-Tees (1928) (ed. Newton, W.), reviewed (Songhurst) 39:281-2
  AQC Database No. 1623


Anderson, Emily; The Letters of Mozart and his Family (1938) 87:38n1
  AQC Database No. 1624


Anderson, Eustace (d.1900), Preceptor of 'Stability Lodge of Instruction' (1885-1900) [UGL], London; See also: his Obituary (in AQC vol.13:188) 33:165-6
  AQC Database No. 1625


Anderson, James (Glassier and Mason, fl.1670), of Aberdeen (Scotland), whose 2nd son was later Rev. Dr. James Andersen (d.1739), JGW (1722), the author of the first two Books of Constitutions (1723, 1738) [PGL] 101:160; Dr. Anderson's father's lodge (1700) 169; See: (a 'lockable' Mark Boook) Lockit Buik (1670); Famous Scottish freemasons (biographical); Web Homepage (SC) <http://www.grandlodgescotland.com/website/famous.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 1626


Anderson, James, father of Dr. Anderson 85:27
  AQC Database No. 1627


Anderson, James Wright; Masonic Manual (1893), for the Grand Lodge of California (USA) 82:167n5
  AQC Database No. 1628


Anderson, M.D.; Drama and Imagery in English Mediaeval Churches (1963) q. 87:90
  AQC Database No. 1629


Anderson, M.S.; Europe in the Eighteenth Century 1713-1783. (1987/1991), Longman Group (3rd. ed.) 109:16
  AQC Database No. 1630


Anderson, Poul, one of his enjoyable Time Patrol tales [KT]; Tales of the Knights Templar (1995) (ed. Katherine Kurtz) (USA) 108:249
  AQC Database No. 1631


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL]; See: Famous Scottish freemasons (biographical); Web Homepage (SC) <http://www.grandlodgescotland.com/website/famous.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 1632


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 109:3-4, 30, 59, 177, 210-11, 238, 244; Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL], on religious 'enthusiasm' and disagreement 3; on 'God and Religion' (dispensation) q.4, 15n4
  AQC Database No. 1633


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 108:147, 162, 213, 216; his funeral (1738)! 14, 28; See also: Book of Constitutions (1723) and (1738) 194n
  AQC Database No. 1634


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 107:4, 34, 36, 46, 57; recorded that 'several scrupulous brothers' had destroyed some copies' (MS.) (of 'Old Charges') 61; Douglas Knoop's prepared controversial paper on (1948) 4
  AQC Database No. 1635


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 106:24, 59, 260; See also: (AQC vol.18:28-42; & vol.20:84; & vol.23:6-34; & vol.36:36-106; & vol.78:130-1; & vol.80:36-57)
  AQC Database No. 1636


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 105:40-1, 92; See also: The Books of Constitutions (1723, 1738)
  AQC Database No. 1637


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 104:1, 59, 80, 199
  AQC Database No. 1638


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 103:23, 29-30, 33, 41-4, 47, 51, 79; his 'history' 79, 97, 114; the York Lodge 101
  AQC Database No. 1639


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 102:36, 101, 206, 210; (1723) and the Royal Arch [RA] 253
  AQC Database No. 1640


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 101:2, 146, 155, 160, 167-70, 186
  AQC Database No. 1641


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 100:119-20, 122, 128, 148, 158, 193; his 'history' 90, 137, 149, 152, 160; his letter (1731/2) to Gale q.129, Dissertation against Idolaters (1733) 195
  AQC Database No. 1642


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 99:11-12, 15, 18, 120-1, 148, 158, 222; his 'histories' 1-2, 4, 82, 85, 121; and copies of the 'Old Charges' or 'Old Manuscript Constitutions' in the 'Gothic Constitutions' (MSS.) 121
  AQC Database No. 1643


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 98:45, 51, 55-6; on 'The Old Gothic Constitutions' (MS.) (1723) 216
  AQC Database No. 1644


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 97:37-8, 68, 70, 155, 168, 175
  AQC Database No. 1645


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 96:88-90, 97, 127, 132, 166; 'historian' of the Craft 170-1, 174, 179-80, 209
  AQC Database No. 1646


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL], as an historian 95:86, 123-4, 129, 156, 191; his 'Master's Song' 'The Master-Mason's Ballad' (1730) [Pamphlet] [EMP] 191-3; as a recorder of events 163, 170, 175-6, 178 bis, 187; on religion 141, 159
  AQC Database No. 1647


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 94:32, 121, 135, 149, 221
  AQC Database No. 1648


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 93:120
  AQC Database No. 1649


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 92:31, 32, 72
  AQC Database No. 1650


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 91:98, 119, 176, 193, 196; on the Grand Feast q.181, q.182
  AQC Database No. 1651


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 90:156, 194, 254
  AQC Database No. 1652


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 89:33, 54, 98
  AQC Database No. 1653


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 88:20, 26, 73, 84, 210; his burial 68, 77, 82
  AQC Database No. 1654


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 87:100, 170, 216
  AQC Database No. 1655


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 86:280-1, 319, 345; at Grand Lodge 20, 23; See also: Book of Constituttons (1723, 1738)
  AQC Database No. 1656


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL] 85:11; his family 27; proposed 'History of Freemasonry' (1721) 27; Royal Genealogies (1732) 27; See also: Book of Constitutions (1723)
  AQC Database No. 1657


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL]; See also: Book of Constitutions (B. of C.), "History" in (1723) 84:1-2; (1738) 1
  AQC Database No. 1658


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL]; See also: Book of Constitutions (1723) and (1738) 83:1-58 passim, 96-8, 149, q.169, 171, 186, 305, 313, 323, 324, 328
  AQC Database No. 1659


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL]; See also: Book of Constitutions (1723, 1738) 82:335
  AQC Database No. 1660


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL], member of the Lodge at Solomon's Temple in Hemmings Row (London); See also: Book of Constitutions (1723) & (1738) 81:90, 90n6, 98
  AQC Database No. 1661


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL], (Ward, Eric), Anderson's Freemasonry, not Deistic 80:36-57, 271-4
  AQC Database No. 1662


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL], (Hewitt, A.R.), Anderson's Constitutions as source book of Masonic history 79:1-10
  AQC Database No. 1663


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL], (Newton, Edward), Brethren who made Masonic history - James Anderson, D.D. (1679-1739)!, Prestonian Lecture (1965) [PL] 78:130-45, 130-1; on GM Sir Ch. Wren, in 'B. of C.' (1738) 205-6
  AQC Database No. 1664


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL], (Gooch, S.) Newspaper Extracts from 'Pilborough's Colchester Journal or Essex Weekly Mercury' (1739), on the funeral/procession of Dr. Andersen, at Bunhill-Fields, with at least two thousand Spectators 71:53
  AQC Database No. 1665


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL], (Edwards, Lewis), Anderson's Book of Constitutions of (1738) 46:357-430
  AQC Database No. 1666


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL], (Halliday, R.T.), Summer Outing (1930), Edinburgh 43:136-52
  AQC Database No. 1667


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL], his Burial Certificate (1739) 39:62
  AQC Database No. 1668


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL], (Vibert, A.L.), Anderson's Constitutions of (1723) 36:36-85; (Miller, A.L.), The Connection of Dr. James Anderson of the "Constitutions" with Aberdeen and Aberdeen University 86-103; Reprint of 'The Constitutions of Freemasons, 1723', by Vibert (1923), reviewed (Tuckett) 104-8
  AQC Database No. 1669


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL], member of the 'Horne' lodge (1723) 26:207
  AQC Database No. 1670


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL], (Robbins, Sir Alfred), Dr. Anderson of the "Constitutions" (1723) & (1738) 23:6-34
  AQC Database No. 1671


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL], (Hawkins, E.L.), Dr. Anderson 20:84
  AQC Database No. 1672


Anderson, Rev. Dr. James (c.1680-1739), JGW (1722) [PGL], (Thorp, J.T.), The Rev. James Anderson and the Earls of Bucham 18:9-12; his Sermon 'The Happy Death' (1723) dedicated to Bucham 9-10, 9ab; (Crawiey, W.J. Chetwode.), The Rev. Dr. Anderson's Non-Masonic Writings (1712-1739); Royal Genealogies (1732)/(1736); Unity in Trinity, and Trinity in Unity (1733), [RA]; News from Elysium (1739); (etc. Sermons) 28-42
  AQC Database No. 1673


Anderson, revived (1st time), the Stability Lodge of Instruction, after Henry Muggeridge (post-1813) 84:278
  AQC Database No. 1674


Anderson, Sir James, Asst. Commissioner of Police (c.1888) 99:179
  AQC Database No. 1675


Anderson, W.J., and R.P. Spiers; The Architecture of Greece and Rome (1902) 82:41, 49, 49n1
  AQC Database No. 1676


Anderson's Constitutions (1723) and the Royal Arch (Hamill), (Regulation II) [RA] 102:253
  AQC Database No. 1677


Anderson's Constitutions 1723 and 1738 (facsimile ed., 1976), introduction (Vibert) 90:213
  AQC Database No. 1678


Ando, Kazuo, acknowledged for help on 'Anti-Masonry in Japan' (AQC) (1994) 107:106
  AQC Database No. 1679


Andrade, A.P.M.; Record of the Jews in Jamaica from the English Conquest to the present Time (1941) 99:26, 35n
  AQC Database No. 1680


André, John, and the American Revolution (USA) 98:216
  AQC Database No. 1681


Andreae, Johann Valentin (1586-1654) (Andreas, Andrea, Andreæ), german theologian (Württemberg), author?; Fama Fraternitatis des löblichen Ordens des Rosenkreuzes (1614), (Fama et Confessio)/(Rosicrucian) 99:89
  AQC Database No. 1682


Andreae, Johann Valentin (1586-1654) (Andreas, Andreæ), german writer 97:118, 120, 123, 193; The Chymical Wedding (1616) (Chymische Hochzeit) (Rosicrucian) 120
  AQC Database No. 1683


Andreae, Johann Valentin (1586-1654) (Andreas, Andreæ), Rosicrucian; Monas Hieroglphica (1612-16) 95:137, 159
  AQC Database No. 1684


Andreae, Johann Valentin (1586-1654) (Andreal, Andreæ), (Schnitger, F.F.) Evidence of Steinmetz Esoteric 3:33-4
  AQC Database No. 1685


Andreasen, Øjvind; Aus den Tagebüchern Friedrich Münters. Wander- und Lehrjahre eines dänischen Gelehrten, (Frederik/Friederich Münter), 'Et Mindeskrift I-IV' (1937) [SKA], (Copenhagen & Leipzig, 1937), Danish Friederich Munters masonic travel diary and letters, on Austria and Italy, c.1784-7) 100:201, 206n24; See also: Rev. Friederich Münter (Munter); Danish scholar and mason (Z&F)
  AQC Database No. 1686


Andrew Bell, of the Encyclopaedia Britannica. (A.M. Mackay) 24:248-50
  AQC Database No. 1687


Andrew, Knight of St.; See: Ancient and Accepted (Scottish) Rite, degree (29() [A&ASR] (EC), and 'Swedish Rite' (4-6() [SKA]
  AQC Database No. 1688


Andrew, O., and Board of Installed Masters (WM) q. 84:42-3
  AQC Database No. 1689


Andrew, Ralph, (L.336), on the 'Atholl' L.83* [AGL], founded (1759) at the Unicorn Hotel, Stockport, became a 'Modern' [PGL] (1790), ceased (1794), Trowel and jewels of 15:132, 132a
  AQC Database No. 1690


Andrew, T.H.; Summer Outing (1928), to Exeter 41:209-24
  AQC Database No. 1691


Andrewes, Archbishop of Winton (1630), his form of Church Consecration 83:11, 11n2-3
  AQC Database No. 1692


Andrews, John, M.D., and W.R. Wright 85:147, 147n2
  AQC Database No. 1693


Andrews, Keith K., National Gallery of Scotland, q. 103:256
  AQC Database No. 1694


Andrews, Sarah, 'wife' of General Miranda 95:215-17
  AQC Database No. 1695


Andrié, Monsieur, minister fron the King of Prussia (1717) 106:116n12
  AQC Database No. 1696


Andy, Dr. Pulney, his circular (1883) q. 92:182-3
  AQC Database No. 1697


Andy, S. Pulney (d.1909), Madras; The Ancient Aryan Temple 9:15; See also: Obituary (in AQC vol.22:228)
  AQC Database No. 1698


Anfield Priory L.4039, Liverpool, Will Read+ (1903-1993) init. (1928) 109:251
  AQC Database No. 1699


Anfield Priory L.4039, Liverpool 90:38
  AQC Database No. 1700


Angel, 1st and 2nd, Grand Lodge certificates [AGL] (A) 82:179, 195, 224, 225, 226, 227; Private Lodge certificates based on 188-9, 197; Genesis [VSL] 195n1
  AQC Database No. 1701


Angel L.51, Colchester 90:117; See also: L.141* (1736) [PGL] (in AQC vol.8:208)
  AQC Database No. 1702


Angel L.51, Colchester, Leonard Drory, Master (WM) of (1803-5, 1897-8) (notes) 23:99
  AQC Database No. 1703


Angel L.64, Church Sermon Preached before (1777) 107:79
  AQC Database No. 1704


Angelus L.4552, Surbiton 103:152
  AQC Database No. 1705


Angherá, Domenico (Naples, 1861) 102:7
  AQC Database No. 1706


Anglaise de l'Union, Lodge l' (France), founded on English Constitutions, letter to (GOdF) (1780) 101:73
  AQC Database No. 1707


Anglaise, La Loge (L.204*) [PGL] and l'Anglaise or Anglose, Bordeaux (1765), now L.2 (GLNF) 106:106
  AQC Database No. 1708


Anglaise, La Loge (L.204*) [PGL], now L.2 (GLNF), Bordeaux, France 101:33, 36-9, 41-54, 62-5, 68-74, 90, 126; archives 36, 76, 103-4, 121-33; changes of jurisdiction 37, 98; constitution 41-2; daughter-lodges 54, 55; histories 38-9; Masters 44, 53; members 37-8, 42-8, 88; minutes 37-8, 50, 70-4, 100; Régles 52-3, 75, 108-9; Rules 50-2, 75, 107-8; warrant (1766) 50, q.69-70
  AQC Database No. 1709


Anglaise, La Loge (L.204*) [PGL] (founded 1732), now L.2 (GLNF), Bordeaux 100:255
  AQC Database No. 1710


Anglaise, La Loge (L.204*) [PGL] (1731/2), now L.2, (GLNF), Bordeaux, France 86:15n6, 16
  AQC Database No. 1711


Anglaise, La Loge (L.204*) [PGL] (founded 1732), now L.2 (GLNF), Bordeaux 97:178
  AQC Database No. 1712


Anglaise, La Loge (L.204*) [PGL], now L.2 (GLNF), Bordeaux, France 96:118, 137; independent (1732-66) 123-4; as L.363/L.204 of England (1766-1813) 124, 214
  AQC Database No. 1713


Anglaise, La Loge (L.204*) [PGL], now L.2 (GLNF), Bordeaux, France 93:222
  AQC Database No. 1714


Anglaise, La Loge (L.204*) [PGL], now L.2, Bordeaux, and co-founders of (GLNF) (1913), Paris 88:85
  AQC Database No. 1715


Anglaise, La Loge (L.204*) [PGL], Bordeaux, France, now L.2 (GLNF), Benjamin Cole, engraved a Lodge certificates for 82:187
  AQC Database No. 1716


Anglaise, Lodge, Bordeaux; See: Bordeaux (L.204*) [PGL], now L.2 (GLNF), France
  AQC Database No. 1717


Anglo Boer War, Freemasonry during the (Kendall) 97:20-33
  AQC Database No. 1718


Anglo-Catholic; Some Considered Reflections on Freemasonry (1930) 95:9-10
  AQC Database No. 1719


Anglo Dutch L.5862, [UGL] (London), member of 'The Anglo-Foreign Lodges Association' (1969), London 81:224
  AQC Database No. 1720


Anglo-Foreign Lodges, (Laurie, James) The Anglo-Foreign Lodges Association (group of seven lodges, London) (1910) [UGL], (Pilgrim L.238, La France L.2060, Italia L.2687, L'Entente Cordiale L.2796, Deutschland L.3315, America L.3368, Helvetica L.4894) 78:151-3
  AQC Database No. 1721


Anglo-Foreign Lodges Association, the (group of seven lodges), reunion (1969) [UGL], London 81:224
  AQC Database No. 1722


Anglo-Hanseatic L.850 (1958) (G), Hamburg 83:293-4; crest of 294; National Flags of England, Denmark, Germany and (USA) displayed in the East 294
  AQC Database No. 1723


Anglo-Saxon (or Regular) Masonry (craft) 81:233
  AQC Database No. 1724


Anglo Saxon Chronicles (c.891-1154) 108:213, 227-28; the Garmonsway translation of 213; the Savage translation of 213
  AQC Database No. 1725


Anglo-Saxon Chronicles (c.891-1154), (by 'Bede', and the poem 'The Battle Brunanburh') 102:181, 189
  AQC Database No. 1726


Anglo-Saxon Chroniclse (c.891-1154) 99:50, 52-4, 59, 68; ed. D. Whitelock, D.C. Douglas & S.I. Tucker (1961) 67n1,3,5, q.68-9, 85
  AQC Database No. 1727


Anglo-Saxon Freemasonry, scorned by Grand Orient de France (GOdF) 82:259
  AQC Database No. 1728


Anglo Saxon L.343, founded (1899) (Grande Loge de France) (GLF), Paris (France), Aleister Crowley init. in (1904) 108:153, 155-57; reconstituted as Anglo-Saxon L.103 (GLNF) (1964) 161n16
  AQC Database No. 1729


Anglo-Japanese Alliance (1902), signed by Count Tadasu Hayashi 107:87
  AQC Database No. 1730


Angoni L.1404 (SC), Lilongwe, Malawi 103:232-3
  AQC Database No. 1731


Angriff, Der, Nazi newspaper (Germany) 95:29
  AQC Database No. 1732


Animism 89:139-40, 151
  AQC Database No. 1733


Anlaf (Olaf Cwaran (fl.927), son of Sihtric, King of York 99:49, 54-5, 60-1, 69
  AQC Database No. 1734


Anlaf (Olaf Guthfrithson, King of the Irish Norsemen 99:49-50, 53, 81
  AQC Database No. 1735


Anmine, Michel; Louis XV (1989) 104:135
  AQC Database No. 1736


Annales de Wintonia (13th-C.) 99:59
  AQC Database No. 1737


Annan, James, & Son, of Glasgow, Scotland, photogravure, employed by Speth for the AQC frontispiece portraits, from (c.1896) 107:120
  AQC Database No. 1738


Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia (Canada), Lodge at (1738)! 107:51
  AQC Database No. 1739


Anne Boleyn, Queen (to Henry VIII), mother to Elizabeth I (1533-1603) 95:132
  AQC Database No. 1740


Anne of Denmark (1574-1619), (daughter of Danish King Frederick II), James I's Queen (James VI of Scotland), escorted from Copenhagen to Edinburgh, by William Schaw etc. (c.1590s) [SKA] 98:225
  AQC Database No. 1741


Anne of Denmark (1574-1619), (daughter of Danish King Frederick II), James I's Queen (James VI of Scotland), Great Queen Street named after (London) 82:4, 4n1
  AQC Database No. 1742


Anne of Denmark (1574-1619), (daughter of Danish King Frederick II), James I's Queen (James VI of Scotland), escorted from Copenhagen to Edinburgh, by William Schaw etc. (c.1590s) [SKA] 50:220-6
  AQC Database No. 1743


Anno, (Masonry) 94:2
  AQC Database No. 1744


Anno do Verd Luz 94:3
  AQC Database No. 1745


Anno Domini 94:1, 3
  AQC Database No. 1746


Anno Domini, Who Invented B.C., and A.D. (Anno Domino) (Q.81) 80:333-4
  AQC Database No. 1747


Anno Laotomiae 94:3
  AQC Database No. 1748


Anno Lapidariorum 94:3
  AQC Database No. 1749


Anno Latomorum 94:2, 5
  AQC Database No. 1750


Anno Lithotomorum 94:3
  AQC Database No. 1751


Anno Lucis (masonic date), (Hiram's death alleged to have occurred 3,000 years after the creation of the world), The Creation of the World, in or about the year 4,000 B.C?, based on Ussher' English Bibles (1701), (Mendoza); See: Question on 'Anno Lucis' (masonic dating, e.g. 4004 B.C.) (Q.C. Summons, 11 September 1997) 103:263
  AQC Database No. 1752


Anno Lucis et al. (Mendoza), (masonic date) 94:1-5
  AQC Database No. 1753


Anno Mundi (Year of the World) 94:1-2; Anno Lucis (Year of Masonry) 1-5
  AQC Database No. 1754


Annuaire maçonnique de tous les rites (Pinon, 1866-7 ed.) 92:6, 11
  AQC Database No. 1755


Annuaires Maçonniques, annual bulletins (Thory, C.A.), published by the Philosophic Rite (Rit Philosophique), France 1804-c.1826) 92:203
  AQC Database No. 1756


Annual Assembly, England, revived? (1717) 91:82 Scotland (17th-C.) 18-20; See also: Grand Festivals
  AQC Database No. 1757


Annual Register, Masonic References, (Barnard, Lord Henry Cecil) References to Freemasonry in Dodsley's Annual Register 28:59
  AQC Database No. 1758


Annual Register, The (1761) 88:31n1
  AQC Database No. 1759


Annual Returns, (Owen, G.V.) The Annual Return to the Clerk of the Peace 78:276-7
  AQC Database No. 1760


Annunciation of the Virgin Mary, Knight of the (degree), by Driggs (1819), Trinidad [KT]? 88:206
  AQC Database No. 1761


anointing 97:87
  AQC Database No. 1762


Anon (Aynone) 95:127, 130, 162, 168-9
  AQC Database No. 1763


Another new List of Lodges, A.D. 1732. (John Lane) 12:37-9
  AQC Database No. 1764


Anson, Peter F.; Bishops at Large (1964) 91:42n46, 43, 46
  AQC Database No. 1765


Answer to the Freemason's Health, An (1725), [Pamphlet], in the London Journ [EMP] 107:48
  AQC Database No. 1766


Answer to the Pope's Bull, An (1738), by the GM (IC) of Ireland (Blesington, William, 1st Earl of) 81:106; reproduced in R.E. Parkinson's paper, 'Two Rare Irish Documents' (in AQC vol.77:145-68) 106
  AQC Database No. 1767


Antedeluvian Mason, London Lodge of (Ark Mariner) 107:45
  AQC Database No. 1768


Antediluvian Masonry (McLeod) 99:216-17
  AQC Database No. 1769


Antediluvian Masonry (1726), advertisement, [Pamphlet], [EMP] 94:120, 133-4; See also: (in AQC vol.23:325)
  AQC Database No. 1770


Antediluvian Pillars in Prose and Verse. (W.J. Williams) 51:100-25
  AQC Database No. 1771


Anteidiluvian Masonry (Sadler, Henry), Inaugural address (1910), Spurious Masonry. 23:324-28
  AQC Database No. 1772


Anthony Sayer: Gentleman, First Grand Master of Masons (1717), (J.W. Hobbs) 37:218-48
  AQC Database No. 1773


Anthropological Society, K.R.H. Mackenzie member of (1864-70), merged with the Ethnographical Society (1871), London; The Life of Bismarck (1869) (Hesekiel) 85:255n5
  AQC Database No. 1774


Anthroposophical Society, the (1912), founded by Dr. Rudolf Steiner, Berlin 91:37-38
  AQC Database No. 1775


Anti Maçon, L' (The anti-mason) (1748) [Exposure] 106:142-3, 147
  AQC Database No. 1776


Anti-Maçon, L' (The anti-mason) (1748) [Exposure] 92:144
  AQC Database No. 1777


Anti-Maçon, L' (The anti-mason) (1748) [Exposure] 87:123
  AQC Database No. 1778


Anti-Maçon, L' (1748) (The Anti-Mason, or the Mysteries of Masonry unveiled by a Profane), [Exposure] 83:190-91, 192
  AQC Database No. 1779


Anti-masonic (political) Party (USA, 1830s-40s) 105:230-2, 233-4
  AQC Database No. 1780


Anti-Masonic Enquirer, The (1826), (Morgan-affair)! (USA) 105:224, 229
  AQC Database No. 1781


Anti-Masonic Leaflet 'To all Godly People in the Citie of London' (1698), [Pamphlet], [EMP] q. 102:243
  AQC Database No. 1782


Anti-Masonic Leaflet 'To all Godly People in the Citie of London' (1698), [Pamphlet], [EMP] 101:151-2
  AQC Database No. 1783


Anti-Masonic Leaflet 'To all Godly People in the Citie of London' (1698), [Pamphlet], [EMP] 91:87
  AQC Database No. 1784


Anti-Masonic Leaflet 'To all Godly People in the Citie of London' (1698), [Pamphlet], [EMP] 55:152-154, 152a
  AQC Database No. 1785


Anti-Masonry; See: <http://www.masonicinfo.com> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 1786


Anti-Masonry, the problem of (Epilogue) 107:106
  AQC Database No. 1787


Anti-Masonry, A Neglected Source (Litvine) 104:121-38
  AQC Database No. 1788


Anti-Masonry, Modern, at Home and Abroad (Seal-Coon) 102:170-7
  AQC Database No. 1789


Anti-Masonry in North America 101:145-7; literature on, and the (R.C.) 145, 156
  AQC Database No. 1790


Anti-Masonry 97:162
  AQC Database No. 1791


Anti-Masonry 89:60-9 passim
  AQC Database No. 1792


Anti-Masonry, in Jersey (1940-5), German 86:209-20; in the Sorbonne (1745), French 29-34
  AQC Database No. 1793


Anti-Masonry, (Cerza, A.) Anti-Masonry 80:241-70
  AQC Database No. 1794


Anti-Masonry; See also: [Exposures] 81:235-8
  AQC Database No. 1795


Anti-Masonry, (Botha, D.H.) South African Commission of Enquiry into Seeret Organistions. (A survey of report relating to Freemasonry) 78:74-82
  AQC Database No. 1796


Anti-Masonry, (Knoop, Douglas & Jones, G.P.) An Anti-Masonic leaflet 'To all Godly People in the Citie of London' (1698) [Pamphlets], [EMP] 55:152-4
  AQC Database No. 1797


Anti-Semitism in the Craft 83:322-8
  AQC Database No. 1798


Anti-Maçon, L' (The anti-mason) (1748) [Exposure] 103:262
  AQC Database No. 1799


Anti-masonic references (in television & newspapers, etc. 1984-85) 100:104-5n2
  AQC Database No. 1800


Anti-Masonic Letter (1722), [Pamphlet]; See: Knoop, Douglas & Jones G.P., etc. [EMP]
  AQC Database No. 1801


Anti-Masonic Letter, published in newspaper, 'The Post Man' (1722), [EMP] 107:26, 39
  AQC Database No. 1802


Anti-Masonry in Japan - Past and Present, (Yoshio Washizu) 107:85-116; bibliography 106-8
  AQC Database No. 1803


Antienes' Grand Lodge (1751-1813) (A) [AGL], its attitude to Royal Arch [RA] 86:73, 74, 337; its Minutes quoted 78, 170, 196, 349; and Moderns' membership 96; the 'Nine Worthies' of the [AGL] 144; Rules and Regulations for the ... Government of Holy Royal Arch Chapters (1794) [RA] q.73, 84 (1807) q.84
  AQC Database No. 1804


Antient and Primitive Rite of Freemasonry, Memphis & Misraim (Yarker) 109:192-6, 198-9, 200n11-3,19, 202, 204, 207-8, 211, 213-14
  AQC Database No. 1805


Antient and Primitive Rite of Freemasonry (Yarker) 108:150, 154, 156-57, 159
  AQC Database No. 1806


Antient and Primitive Rite (Memphis Rite, in UK and Ireland) (1872) 92:11, 12n2, 14n51
  AQC Database No. 1807


Antient and Primitive Rite of Masonry (33 degrees), Memphis & Misraim 91:33-8, 41n27, 43-4, 103
  AQC Database No. 1808


Antient and Primitive Rite of Masonry, Memphis & Misraim (Yarker) 85:244n1, 269, 273-5 passim, 288, 293-4; in Ireland 292
  AQC Database No. 1809


Antient Charges and Regulations [MSS.] (Old Charges) 92:222
  AQC Database No. 1810


Antient Charges, the 86:37, 273-6 passim, 344; 'The Antient Charges' to the Worshipful Master-elect (Haunch) (Q.141) (WM) 344-5
  AQC Database No. 1811


Antient Charges (Landmarks) q. 85:194, 201; the First, and deistic Freemasonry 198
  AQC Database No. 1812


Antient Charges (MS.) q. 84:188, q.189, 197, q.199, 205, 207, 324; as basis for first B. of C. (1723) 292, and the Thomas Carmick MS. (1727) [H.7.] 216
  AQC Database No. 1813


Antient Charges; See: Old Charges, (MS.)
  AQC Database No. 1814


Antient Lodges, L.72 and L.75. (A) [AGL] (now Britannia L.139), (J.R. Clarke); See also: Swaffham (Sheffield) (in AQC vol.21:180) 74:107-26
  AQC Database No. 1815


Antient Masonry; See also: Antients Grand Lodge (A) [AGL] (1751-1813), versus the Moderns Grand Lodge (1717-1813) [PGL] 106:51
  AQC Database No. 1816


Antient Royal Arch L.235 (A) (now Antiquity L.178), Wigan 95:101
  AQC Database No. 1817


Antients' Grand Chapter [RA], (A) [AGL] 85:356 bis; ceased (1813) 357
  AQC Database No. 1818


Antients' Grand Chapter [RA], (A) [AGL], Register of, Ch.190 (1770) (USA) 84:177, 179
  AQC Database No. 1819


Antients' Grand Chapter [RA], (A) [AGL] 82:79, 89-90; not comparable to the Moderns' [PGL] 89
  AQC Database No. 1820


Antients' Grand Committee (1751) [AGL] (A) 82:76
  AQC Database No. 1821


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 109:125, 179, 181, 210, 228, 233, 240, 246
  AQC Database No. 1822


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 108:14, 20, 30, 37-38, 47, 119, 163-64, 166, 189, 191-93, 209, 215, 218, 228, 236; Bushby as undertaker to 20
  AQC Database No. 1823


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 106:16, 51, 54-6; its rituals 52, 58, 59, 62, 66, 105, 107, 151
  AQC Database No. 1824


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 105:38, 49, 61; Arms 139, 142, 153, 204, 211, 253; Constitutions 24; installation ceremony 27, 36; Minutes (1757) 160 and the Royal Arch [RA] 31, 36, 45, 60-1; See also: Dermott, Laurence, G.Sec. [AGL], Ahiman Rezon (B. of C.) (1756, etc.)
  AQC Database No. 1825


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 104:198; Arms 217; and Jamaica 168; travelling lodges 225-6, 228; listed 229-36
  AQC Database No. 1826


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 103:179
  AQC Database No. 1827


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 102:165-6, 252, 256-7, 264; composition 254; and the M.M. word (3() 165-6; and the Royal Arch [RA] 114-15; the first five lodges, L.2*, L.3*, L.4*, L.5*, L.6* (1751) [AGL], and L.1* (1756) now Grand Master's L.1 [UGL] (1813) 252
  AQC Database No. 1828


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 101:242
  AQC Database No. 1829


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 100:120, 252
  AQC Database No. 1830


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 99:2, 154-62; lodges listed (1770-1800), from John Lane's 'Masonic Records 1717-1894.' (1895) 163-6; Morgan's Register, so-called (of members etc., Register "M") (reproduced in QCA vol.XI) 2, 6n8; Book of Constitutions 'Ahiman Rezon' ed. (1756, 1764, 1778, 1787, 1800, 1801, 1807, 1813) 6n10
  AQC Database No. 1831


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), Arms of 98:141; founded (1751) 109-10, 117 bis, 119, 145; 'Grand Chapter R.A.', so-called 114-15, 116, 121, 129; 'Grand Lodge of the Four Degrees' [RA] 114; their Irish/Scottish GMs 125; and the Royal Arch [RA] 111-13, 117-18, 126-8; the 'Royal Arch Register' [RA] 118, 128; rules q.112-13; 'Some Problems of the Grand Lodge of the Antients' (Batham) 109-30
  AQC Database No. 1832


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 97:63, 73; and funerals 216-18, 219; Grand Committee meetings (1751-3) 217-18; and the V.S.L. [VSL] 169; Warrants q.68
  AQC Database No. 1833


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 96:226; its Arms 146-7, 148, 156, 160 bis, 163-5, 167, 193, 198; its formation 115, 136; the Irish tradition 61; its Minutes q.165; and the Royal Arch 47-8, 49, 51, 59, 63, 226; its seal 164-5; See also: Book of Constitutions 'Ahiman Rezon' (1756, etc.)
  AQC Database No. 1834


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 95:65; and the R.A. [RA] 37, 38-9, 40, 46
  AQC Database No. 1835


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), (Batham, C.N.) The Grand Lodge of England According to the Old Institutions, [PL] 94:141-65, 188-9, 205, 216, 222; its Arms 149-50; founded 143-4, 146, 164, 165, 188; Lodge No.10 (L.10) (A) (Feb.-Dec. 1752) 145; its Minutes 2, q.147, q.153-4, 155, 162, q.165; Provincial Grand Lodges 161; Royal Arch 148, 162, 222, 242-3; Rules and Orders 2, 146; and the Union 154-6, 163; Warrants 147, 161; Ellis's 'Engraved List of Lodges' (1752) (A) 3; See also: (its book of Constitutions) 'Ahiman Rezon' (1756, 1764, 1778, 1787, 1800, 1801, 1807, 1813)
  AQC Database No. 1836


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 93:154, 156, 158; and F.C. Daniel 45; extra-Craft degrees 61, 62, 73, 76; and the Royal Arch [RA] 62, 63, 76, 182, 187, 208; the Union (1813) 34-7 passim, 40-1, 45, 47, 48
  AQC Database No. 1837


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), its Arms 92:29, 32-3, 47, 55, 57, 59; R.A. [RA] 224-5
  AQC Database No. 1838


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A); Laws and Regulations for the Instruction and Government of the Holy Royal Arch Chapters (1807) [RA] q. 91:165; See also: Book of Constitutions 'Ahiman Rezon' (1756, to 1813, in eight editions)
  AQC Database No. 1839


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), Constitution of lodges 90:100; Dispensations and Warrants 98-102, 104, 122-34, 126, 128, 130-1, 133; military Warrants 104; its one Provincial GM [AGL] in England 100-1; Provincial activities 100-1, 129-32; its 'Pursevant and Tyler' 206, 212; and the R.A. [RA] 135-6; its sales of Warrants 101-2, 104; seniority of its lodges 140; and the Unlawful Societies Act (1799) 105
  AQC Database No. 1840


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), its Installation (WM) 89:34, 54; its Minutes q.34; its Arms 266; and Moderns [PGL] (1717-1813) Grand Lodge, differences in practice 108; dissension between 98; loyalties in American war (USA) 171; union between; See also: Union [UGL] (1813) 10, 12, 47, 266
  AQC Database No. 1841


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), and the Grand Lodges of Ireland (IC) and Scotland (SC) 88:88
  AQC Database No. 1842


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), acceptance of p.ws. by (A) 87:124
  AQC Database No. 1843


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 85:196, 353; Certificates of 191-2; Minutes of q.186, q.189; 'The Origin of the "Ancients"' (Sadler) 184-93; and the R.A. [RA] 197, 353, 354, 356; seals of 187-90, 188; Rules and Regulations for the ... Government of Royal Arch Chapters (1794) 197
  AQC Database No. 1844


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 84:241-2; and Thomas Harper, L.190 (1774) (USA) 177-86
  AQC Database No. 1845


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), Arms of 83:375, 375; and Constitution of Lodges by 2-3, 2n1
  AQC Database No. 1846


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A) 82:76-77; Heseltine on (1778) 83-4; Arms 284, 194; Seals 240-1; Certificates 172, 173-5, 193, 222-7; Lodge certificates 197, 198, 200, 203, 206, 211, 213; return Certificates used by 188; Chesterfield nominated as GM [AGL] (1751) 262; General Purposes Committee dealing with R.A. [RA] (1757) 77; Minutes of (1752) 76n3,5, 174n3, (1762/71) 176n3,6, (1799) q.269; origin of (1751), and recognition from (IC) 267-8, 272; Register "M" of (Morgan) (1752) 194, 252; Early Records of the Grand Lodge of England According to the Old Institutions (in QCA vol.XI, p.36, 73) 76n5, 77n1
  AQC Database No. 1847


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), Chesterfield proposed as 1st noble GM [AGL] (1752) 81:100; Installation ceremony of 178; Committee of Charity 360; Lodges known mainly by numbers until Union (1813) 361
  AQC Database No. 1848


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), (Clarke, J.R.) The Formation of the Grand Lodge of the Antients (1751), 'Most Ancient and Honourable Society of Free and Accepted Masons according to the Old Institutions' [AGL] (History) 79:270-273
  AQC Database No. 1849


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), Antient Lodges (L.72*/L.85*) [AGL] (military) 75:65; (Bathurst, W.R.S.) The Origin of the Coat of Arms of the Antients 116-17; The Ritual of the Royal Arch [RA] 227-9
  AQC Database No. 1850


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), (Clarke, Joseph Ryle) The Antient Lodges [AGL], L.72* (1758-1777/1796) to the 11th Regiment of Foot (York), and L.75* (1759-c.1761) in the 72nd Regiment of Foot (The Duke of Richmond's Regiment) [AGL], later L.85* [AGL] and L.340* [PGL] (1765), as Britannia L.189* [PGL] (1795), now L.139 [UGL] 74:107-26; A History of Britannia Lodge (1961), L.139 [UGL] 107; The Origin of the Coat of Arms of the Antients 151-2, 151
  AQC Database No. 1851


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), Minutes of, (c.1751/2-60), Morgan's First Register, members of Royal Arch [RA] (1783), List of Lodges (L.1* - L.173*) [AGL], reprint, QCA Vol.XI (1958) (ed. Dashwood), reviewed (Milborne) 71:121-2
  AQC Database No. 1852


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), (Dashwood, J.R.) Notes on the early records of the Grand Lodge of the Antients 70:63-78
  AQC Database No. 1853


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), (Grantham, William Ivor) The Titles of the United Grand Lodge [UGL], the 'Antiens' [AGL] and the 'Moderns' [PGL] 64:76-78
  AQC Database No. 1854


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), (Lepper, J.H.) Inaugural Address (1924), Relations between the Grand Lodges of England and Ireland 37:297-303
  AQC Database No. 1855


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), (Hughan, W.J.) A Unique Engraved List of Lodges: "Ancients" (1753) (Antients) [AGL] (L.1*) 19:93-9
  AQC Database No. 1856


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), (Yarker, John) System of the Ancient Masons 8:233-5
  AQC Database No. 1857


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), (Gould, R.F.) The Grand Lodge of the "Schismatics" or "Antients" 6:44-51; (Yarker, John) Dermott and the Arms of the Antient Masons 65
  AQC Database No. 1858


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), (Lane, John) Date of Origin of the Grand Lodge of the Antients (1751) 5:166-9
  AQC Database No. 1859


Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), 'Constitutions' of; See: 'Ahiman Rezon' (1756, etc.)
  AQC Database No. 1860


Antients' [AGL] (1751-1813) and Moderns [PGL] (1717-1813) Grand Lodge; differences in practice 89:108; dissension between 98; loyalties in American war (USA) 171; union between; See also: Union [UGL] (1813) 10, 12, 47, 266
  AQC Database No. 1861


Antients' L.72* and L.85*, The Ancient lodges No.72 and No.85. (1962) (Clarke, Joseph Ryle), (L.72*/L.85*) [AGL] (military), reviewed 75:65; The Ritual of the Royal Arch [RA] 227-9
  AQC Database No. 1862


Antients' L.72* and L.75*, (Clarke, Joseph Ryle) The Antient Lodges [AGL], L.72* (1758-1777) to the 11th Regiment of Foot (York), and L.75* (1759-c.1761) in the 72nd Regiment of Foot (The Duke of Richmond's Regiment) [AGL], later L.85* [AGL] and L.340* [PGL] (1765), as Britannia L.189* [PGL] (1795), now L.139 [UGL] 74:107-26; A History of Britannia Lodge (1961), L.139 [UGL] 107; certificate [KT] (1785) 112a; list of members 115-120
  AQC Database No. 1863


Antients' L.111* (1737), at the White Hart, Strand (London), changed allegiance and name to Vacation Lodge (L.55*)! (c.1779) (Caledonian) [PGL], William Preston init. in (1763) 108:196-7, 201
  AQC Database No. 1864


Antients' L.111* (1737), at the White Hart, Strand (London), William Preston init. in (1763), changed allegiance to [PGL] (as Vacation) (L.55*)!, later as 'Caledonian' (1764) 91:137
  AQC Database No. 1865


Antigrapha, Q.C., (QCA); See also: Quatuor Coronatorum Antigrapha (QCA), The twelve volumes of (Reprint of old masonic documents, MSS.), (published by the Q.C. L.2076) (1887-c.1913) 107:34
  AQC Database No. 1866


Antigrapha, Q.C., (QCA), i.e. Transcripts of (old) important Masonic documents, by (QCCC) Ltd. (1887-c.1913) 84:3
  AQC Database No. 1867


Antigrapha, Q.C., (QCA), 'Early Records of the Grand Lodge of England According to the Old Institutions' [AGL], (in QCA vol.XI, p.36, 73) 82:76n5, 77n1
  AQC Database No. 1868


Antigua, unregistered lodge (1738) in 103:203
  AQC Database No. 1869


Antimasonic Party, the (1830's) (USA) 106:137-8
  AQC Database No. 1870


Antimasons; See also: Antimasonic (Anti-Mason) 106:137-8
  AQC Database No. 1871


Antin, Louis, Duc d' (d.1743), GM (1738-43), France 104:98, 124-5, 129, 134
  AQC Database No. 1872


Antin, Louis, Duc d' (d.1743), GM (1738-43), France 100:2
  AQC Database No. 1873


Antin, Louis, Duc d' (d.1743), GM (1738-43), France 92:145
  AQC Database No. 1874


Antin, Louis, Duc d' (d.1743), GM (1738-43), France 86:17-18, 20-1, 23, 26
  AQC Database No. 1875


Antin, Louis, Duc d' (d.1743), GM (1738-43), France 84:309
  AQC Database No. 1876


Antin, Louis, Duc d' (d.1743), GM of France (1738-43) 81:94, 94n5, 111, 112, 284, 292; Freemasonry defined by (1742) 94
  AQC Database No. 1877


Antiquaries of Scotland, Society of, Proceedings (1895-6) 98:223
  AQC Database No. 1878


Antiquaries, Society of (founded 1570) 103:12, 16
  AQC Database No. 1879


Antiquaries, Society of (1707, revived 1718) 100:114-15, 119, 126-7, 130, 150
  AQC Database No. 1880


Antiquaries, Society of 88:67
  AQC Database No. 1881


Antiquaries, Society of 85:254, 255n5, 300 bis
  AQC Database No. 1882


Antiquaries, Society of, Maurice Johnson participated in the revival of, and introduced Stukeley in (1721), (London) 83:97
  AQC Database No. 1883


Antiquities, (Crease, J.F.) The Masonic character of the Roman Villa at Morton (Isle of Wight) 3:38-58
  AQC Database No. 1884


Antiquities, (Klein, S.T.) Character of the Roman Villa at Morton (Isle of Wight) 4:32-3
  AQC Database No. 1885


Antiquities, (Lovegrove, Herlry) Notes on Stonehenge (Salisbury Plain, etc.) 15:26
  AQC Database No. 1886


Antiquities, Masonic, (Heaton, Wallace E.) Masonic Antiquities, their importance, value, and how to collect them systematically (Books, Print, Exposures, Medals, Jewels, China, Glass, MSS. etc.) 59:23-54
  AQC Database No. 1887


Antiquities of Freemasonry, (Heaton, W.E.) Masonic antiquities 59:23-54
  AQC Database No. 1888


Antiquities of Freemasonry, (Williams, W.J.) The Antediluvian Pillars in prose and verse 51:100-25
  AQC Database No. 1889


Antiquities of Freemasonry, (Hobbs, J.W.) The Antiquity of Freemasonry 35:83-112
  AQC Database No. 1890


Antiquities of Freemasonry, (Conder, E.) Some Masonic antiquities at the Glasgow International Exhibition (1901) 14:165-7
  AQC Database No. 1891


Antiquities of Freemasonry, (Klein, S.T.) Character of the Roman Villa at Morton (Isle of Wight) 4:32-3
  AQC Database No. 1892


Antiquities of Freemasonry, (Crease, J.F.) The Masonic character of the Roman Villa at Morton (Isle of Wight) 3:38-58
  AQC Database No. 1893


Antiquity (1776) from Light, L.146 (1786) [AGL], Bolton 88:54
  AQC Database No. 1894


Antiquity, Camp of, K.T., No.1, Bath [KT] (1790), by the [YGL]!, (Red Cross & Royal Ark Mariner, degrees) 104:43
  AQC Database No. 1895


Antiquity Encampment [KT], (Bath), set up a Royal Grand Council of Rites (1870), with John Yarker as Royal Grand Commander for Lancashire 109:193
  AQC Database No. 1896


Antiquity Encampment, Knights Templar [KT] (1866), Bath 85:248n1
  AQC Database No. 1897


Antiquity, L.1 of, (UGL-NSW), first as L.227* (IC) (1752), Sydney, Australia 100:219
  AQC Database No. 1898


Antiquity, L.1 of, (UGL-NSW), formerly Australian Social L.260* (IC), Sydney, Australia; See also: sponsored by L.218* (IC) (1750-1858) of the 48th Regt. of Foot (in AQC vol.44:73n1, 255), and (in AQC vol.46:226-8) 84:7, 10
  AQC Database No. 1899


Antiquity, L.1 of, (UGL-NSW), first as L.227* of Social and Military Virtues (IC) (1752), Sydney, Australia, of the 46th Regiment, in Hobart (1814-18) (Tasmania) 76:29
  AQC Database No. 1900


Antiquity, L.1 of, (UGL-NSW), formerly 'Australian Local Lodge' Australian Social L.260* (IC) (1820), Sydney, Australia; See also: sponsored by L.218* (IC) (1750-1858) of the 48th Regt. of Foot 73:110
  AQC Database No. 1901


Antiquity, L.1* of, [PGL] (1717) (T.I.), the Lodge at the 'Goose and Gridiron' (1717), adopted the name of the 'West India and American' (1761), renamed Antiquity (1770), William Preston member and Master (WM) (1774), now L.2 [UGL] (1813) 108:196-7, 199, 201-2
  AQC Database No. 1902


Antiquity, L.1* of, [PGL] (1717) (T.I.), now L.2 of [UGL], London (using Books III and IV of Vitruvius's 'De Architectura') 107:76
  AQC Database No. 1903


Antiquity, L.1* of, [PGL] (1717) (T.I.), its 'Preston Lodge' Constitution from York (1779) [YGL] 99:215
  AQC Database No. 1904


Antiquity, L.1* of, [PGL] (1717) (T.I.) at the 'Goose and Gridiron' (1717), (later L.2) [UGL], William Preston elected to chair of (WM) (1774) 91:137; Deputy Master, William Preston (1818) 132, 139; its MS. (c.1829) on the R.A. [RA] q.165-6; its Masters 2, 3, 137, 172; its members Bros. W.H. Rylands & A.F.A. Woodford (1886) 1, 2, 61, 132, 163, 185, 196: its Minutes q.146; As a 'Time Immemorial' (T.I.) lodge, without a Warrant 194
  AQC Database No. 1905


Antiquity, L.1* of, [PGL] (1717) (T.I.), as the Lodge at the 'Goose and Gridiron' St. Paul's Churchyard (1717-29), at the 'King's Arms' St. Paul's Churchyard (1730), at the 'Horn and Feather' Doctors Commons (1736), at the Queen's Head (c.1738-68) (Queen's Arms Lodge), took the name 'West India and American Lodge' (1759), and 'Antiquity' (1768) 84:180-1; its minutes from (1738) 181
  AQC Database No. 1906


Antiquity, L.1* of, [PGL] (1717) (T.I.), Scots Masonry at the (1740) [RA]!; See also: (in AQC vol.25:179) 32:28
  AQC Database No. 1907


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] 109:128, 133, 137, 143, 223n22
  AQC Database No. 1908


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] (1813), formerly L.1* (1717) (T.I.) [PGL], now having a lodge officer called the Orator, delivering eulogies 108:28
  AQC Database No. 1909


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] 106:55-6, 199 (T.I.); See also: as a 'Traditioners' lodge (1739) (in AQC vol.56:138-204)
  AQC Database No. 1910


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] 105:25-7, 30, 32; Minutes (1726) ('Time Immemorial' lodge) q.30
  AQC Database No. 1911


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] 103:22, 26-9, 33, 38, 47, 50, 52, 179-80; division 34-5; officers' jewels 29; summons (1770s) 184, 187; and Ch. Wren 25, 28, 46
  AQC Database No. 1912


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] 102:34, 85, 243, 255
  AQC Database No. 1913


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] 101:141, 181, 250
  AQC Database No. 1914


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] 99:160; See: Grand Steward 'Red Apron' Lodge
  AQC Database No. 1915


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] 98:10, 45, 146-50 passim, 155-7, 166, 169, 172; by-laws (1788) 149, q.155, q.158; jewels 160; Records of theLodge of Antiquity, No.2, vol.2 (Firebrace, 1926) q.156
  AQC Database No. 1916


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] 96:57, 113; its members 5, 14, 25-7, 57; the rebellion (1778-90) [YGL] & [GLT] 126
  AQC Database No. 1917


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] 95:48, 187, 188n31
  AQC Database No. 1918


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] 94:40, 113, 123, 170-3 passim, 187, 236-7; its by-laws (1790) q.172, 179, members 170-2; Minutes 171-2; its officers and layout (1798) 172, 179; and Preston's lectures 246; the two lodges of in (1778-1790), the originial under [PGL] (L.1*) (T.I.), and the seceded [GLT] (William Preston) 172
  AQC Database No. 1919


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] 93:156, 164, 209; members 3, 32, 39, 45-6, 121
  AQC Database No. 1920


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] 92:27, 51, 72
  AQC Database No. 1921


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] 91:133-9 passim, 142, 149, 184, 194, 196 bis; its Deputy Master, William Preston (1818) 132, 139; its MS. (c.1829) on the R.A. [RA] q.165-6; its Masters 2, 3, 137, 172; its members Bros. W.H. Rylands & A.F.A. Woodford (1886) 1, 2, 61, 132, 163, 185, 196; its Minutes q.146; As a 'Time Immemorial' (T.I.) lodge, without a Warrant 194
  AQC Database No. 1922


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] (T.I.), L.1* at the 'Goose and Gridiron' (1717) [PGL] 90:148 bis, 152, 163, 172, 200; its by-laws q.199, q.201-4; and Preston's Grand Lodge South of the River Trent [GLT] (1779) 154, 163; Masters of 149; its Minutes q.197, q.207; its R.A. chapter [RA] 291; 'Records of...' 207; and Sir Ch.Wren 148-9
  AQC Database No. 1923


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] (T.I.) 89:2-4, 7-14 passim, 16, 18, 35, 46; its Board of Trial 7; its Installation practices (WM) 34-5, 37, 50-1, 53, 55, 57, 262; its Lodge of Instruction 7, 9, 10, 16; its members 7-14 passim, 20, 34, 36, 42, 46, 56, 138, 201; its Mortimer MS. (Preston lecture) 6; music at its meetings 177; its number 4, 56; and William Preston 2-3, 105, 262; its 'Wren Maul' and Stone (1927) 128, 132n4-5
  AQC Database No. 1924


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL], (1717) L.1* (T.I.) [PGL] 88:72; and Balsamo (Cagliostro) 177; members 93; and William Preston 56, 63
  AQC Database No. 1925


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] (T.I.) 87:120, 180, 194, 196; Board of Trial in 120, 196; Duke of Sussex as (WM) of 140; its Officers' jewels (Gold or Gilt Exemptions) (1834) 262-3; and the R.A. Chapter of St. James [RA] 145; Williams and 184; Records of the ... (Firebrace, 1926) 262
  AQC Database No. 1926


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] 86:92, 145, 290; and Bonnor 239; and the Chapter of St. James (Ch.60*) 244; (L.1*) 259; its Clause-holders 229; as a Grand Lodge (1778-89) [GLT] 95; its Lodge No. (1813), (T.I.) L.1* (1717) 257; its Lodge of Instruction 144, 229-30; and the Lodge of Promulgation (1809-11) 145; Orator, office created (1811) 229; and William Preston 229; Prestonian Lecture given in (to 1858)! [PL] 146; Records of the Antiquity Lodge (Firebrace, 1926) 95n1,2,5, 145n3,4; and Ruspini 90; as L.1* [PGL] (then called 'West India and American Lodge') (1768) 94-6, 97; and William Williams 224-5
  AQC Database No. 1927


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL], (Queen's Arms L.1*) [PGL] & [GLT] (T.I.) 85:39, 119-21 passim, 124n3, 126n1, 127; its archives (in G.L. Library) 124-7 passim; and Lodge and Chapter of Harodim (Preston's) 69-70; its Lodge of Instruction 70, 73, 120-1; members of 146-7; its Minutes q.70, q.127, 128, q.367; Toast to Absent Brethren (1759) 367; and the Moore MS. (c.1814) (Lecture, Preston) 76n6; and William Preston's Third Lecture 69-73 passim, 122; and the Turk MS. (1816) (formerly the Lewis MS.) (Lecture) (Preston) 72; Records of Antiquity Lodge; See: Firebrace, C.W. & Rylands W.H.
  AQC Database No. 1928


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL], (1717) L.1* (T.I.) [PGL] 84:54, 55, 126, 136, 166, 241; its "Board of Trial" 140, and Thomas Earle 125, 125n1, 136; and Thomas Harper 180-1; its late bigradal working 201; its Lodge of Instruction 117, 138-9; and W. Preston [GLT] (1779-89) 180; and R.A. Chapter of St. James [RA] 180; and Laurence Thompson 116, 117, 119, 120, 121; use of "R.W.M." in 123; Records of the... (1926) (Firebrace) 119n1, 120, 120n2
  AQC Database No. 1929


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] (L.1*) [PGL] (T.I.), and James Asperne (1737-1820) 83:121-3; and H.J. da Costa, acting Master (WM) (1812/13) 236; William Preston as Deputy Master (to the Duke of Sussex) 236; his Certificate exhibited 234; his Second Lecture 193-5 passim, 233, 242 bis, 246
  AQC Database No. 1930


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] (L.1*) [PGL] 82:238; changes of Words (1(/2() "in or about 1739", not adopted by 155; Henderson MS. belongs to 107, 110, 152; Syllabus versions owned by 110, 152-3; Lodge certificate issued by (1778) 192-3, 208
  AQC Database No. 1931


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL], foremerly L.1* (at the Goose and Gridiron) [PGL] (1717) 81:207, 328; Anthony Sayer at (1717) 330; Noorthouck as WM of (L.1*) 133; preceding name was West India and American L.1* (1761-70) 361; present name dates from (1770) 361; William Preston and 129, 133, 143 (1742), 94
  AQC Database No. 1932


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] (Poole, Herbert) The Royal Medal of the Lodge of Antiquity (L.2) 61:261-2
  AQC Database No. 1933


Antiquity, L.2 of, [UGL] (Wonnacott, William) The Lodge at the Goose and Gridiron. Records of the Lodge, Original L.1* [PGL], now the Lodge of Antiquity L.2., Ed. by W.H. Rylands (A Review) 25:165-230
  AQC Database No. 1934


Antiquity, L.21* of, (1726-1838), Portsea/Portsmouth, its R.A. working [RA] 97:229
  AQC Database No. 1935


Antiquity, L.146 of, Bolton 95:90-1
  AQC Database No. 1936


Antiquity, L.146 of, Bolton (1786) [AGL] (A) 88:54
  AQC Database No. 1937


Antiquity, L.146 of, Bolton 85:314
  AQC Database No. 1938


Antiquity, L.178 of, Wigan 98:192
  AQC Database No. 1939


Antiquity, L.178 of, Wigan 95:101
  AQC Database No. 1940


Antiquity, L.178 of, Wigan, its Tyler (1823) 82:314
  AQC Database No. 1941


Antiquity MS. (1686) [D.d.15.] (Lansdowne Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family), of the Old Charges 106:199
  AQC Database No. 1942


Antiquity MS. (1686) [D.d.15.] (Lansdowne Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 105:26-7, 33, 41, 43
  AQC Database No. 1943


Antiquity MS. (1686) [D.d.15.] (Lansdowne Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 103:113
  AQC Database No. 1944


Antiquity MS. (1686) [D.d.15.] (Lansdowne Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 96:99
  AQC Database No. 1945


Antiquity MS. (1686) [D.d.15.] (Lansdowne Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 94:32 bis, 40
  AQC Database No. 1946


Antiquity MS. (1686) [D.d.15.] (Lansdowne Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family), (Baxter, R.H.) The Old Charges and the Ritual 31:33-55; location (L.2, U.G.L.), and where reproduced (Hughan's Old Charges, 1872) 40-44
  AQC Database No. 1947


antiquity of Freemasonry 101:135
  AQC Database No. 1948


Antiquity of Lodge "La Parfaite Union" at Mons, Belgium. (Gustave Jottrand) 10:46-57
  AQC Database No. 1949


Antiquity of Masonic symbolism. (R.F. Gould) 3:7-32
  AQC Database No. 1950


Antiquity of the Craft. (Herbert Poole) 51:6-33, 126-32
  AQC Database No. 1951


Antiquity of the Third Degree. (G.W. Bullamore) 38:68-101
  AQC Database No. 1952


Antoninus Martyrus, on Solomon's Temple (c. A.D. 570) [KST] 82:160
  AQC Database No. 1953


Antrim (East Ulster, Northern Ireland) (IC), (Lepper, J.H.) Fifty years of Masonry in East Antrim (1800-1850) 39:103-4
  AQC Database No. 1954


Antrim (East Ulster, Northern Ireland) (IC), (Lepper, J.H.) Fifty years of Masonry in East Antrim (1800-1850) 35:117-204
  AQC Database No. 1955


Antrim, Randall William (1749-1791), 6th Earl of, and 2nd Marquess of (1789), GM [AGL] (A) (1783-91) 108:228
  AQC Database No. 1956


Antrim, Randall William (1749-1791), 6th Earl of, and 2nd Marquess of (1789), GM [AGL] (A) (1783-91) 101:234
  AQC Database No. 1957


Anzac Mounted Division (Australia & New Zealand Army Corps) [MIL] (Military), members of the Craft (Gallipoli campaign), visiting the L.1068 in (1919), Egypt 81:222
  AQC Database No. 1958


Aoki, Viscount Shozo 107:88
  AQC Database No. 1959


Apcar, Michael, Master (WM) (1928) of Star in the East L.640 (SC), Yokohama (Japan) 107:93, 94; Speech at Lodge Star in the East (1946) 106; Speech at Tokyo Bay Masonic Club (1945) 106
  AQC Database No. 1960


Apex, Rite of; See also: Sat B'hai, Royal Oriental Order of the (1871) 108:134
  AQC Database No. 1961


Apex, Rite of; See also: Sat B'hai, Royal Oriental Order of the (1871) 100:8, 20n8
  AQC Database No. 1962


Apex, Rite of (Apix); See also: Sat B'hai, Royal Oriental Order of the (1871) 85:266, 269
  AQC Database No. 1963


Apleo, in Old Charges (MSS.) 94:234-5
  AQC Database No. 1964


Apocrypha, the 107:201
  AQC Database No. 1965


Apofasimeni, the (secret society) 86:298
  AQC Database No. 1966


Apollo L.134*, of Harmony (1757-1830) 93:24, 30n30
  AQC Database No. 1967


Apollo L.301, Alcester, (Fenton, S.J.) Apollo Lodge, L.301, Alcester 55:28-63
  AQC Database No. 1968


Apollo L.368* (1773-c.1814), York 93:145
  AQC Database No. 1969


Apollo L.450* (1773-c.1815), York 101:9, 10, 14, 16-17, 19-22, 24, 27-8, 30
  AQC Database No. 1970


Apollo L.450* (1773-early 1800s), York 95:113, 116
  AQC Database No. 1971


Apollo L.450* (1773-early 1800s), York 90:156, 158 bis, 161, 165, 167, 173-4, 175
  AQC Database No. 1972


Apollo L.450* (1773-early 1800s) [PGL], York, absorbed most of the professional classes and county men, as as the final blow to the 'York Grand Lodge' [YGL] 2:113; acted as Provincial Grand Lodge [PGL] (Yorkshire) 176-78
  AQC Database No. 1973


Apollo L.510* (1811-34), Grimsby 98:30, 50, 60; See also: George Oliver
  AQC Database No. 1974


Apollo L.544, Church Sermon Preached before (1794) 107:79
  AQC Database No. 1975


Apollo Lodge (1771), Russia (Zinnendorf System, Grand Lodge of Berlin) [SKA] 84:241
  AQC Database No. 1976


Apollo University L.357, Oxford 108:106, 153
  AQC Database No. 1977


Apollo University L.357, Oxford, in (1856-73) 106:79; Prince of Wales (Edward VII), as (WM) in (1873) 83, 85, 100
  AQC Database No. 1978


Apollo University L.357, Oxford 105:179
  AQC Database No. 1979


Apollo University L.357, Oxford 104:29
  AQC Database No. 1980


Apollo University L.357, Oxford 103:250-1
  AQC Database No. 1981


Apollo University L.357, Oxford 101:viii
  AQC Database No. 1982


Apollo University L.357, Oxford 97:26
  AQC Database No. 1983


Apollo University L.357, Oxford 93:6
  AQC Database No. 1984


Apollo University L.357, Oxford 91:66, 226
  AQC Database No. 1985


Apollo University L.357, Oxford 86:104
  AQC Database No. 1986


Apollo University L.357, Oxford, founded (1818), (University Lodge) [UGL] 59:16
  AQC Database No. 1987


Apollo University L.357, Oxford, Sir David Hunter Blair (b.1853), Bart., later Abbot of Fort Augustus (R.C.), member of (c.1873), and Provincial Grand Organist (Oxfordshire), in his; A Medley of Memories (1919), A Roman Catholic estimate of English Freemasonry 32:173-4
  AQC Database No. 1988


Apollo University L.357, Oxford, (Horsley, J.W.) Notes on the Grand Chaplains of England 19:181-202, 199
  AQC Database No. 1989


Apollonian Masons, Honorary Mason, The Society of Real Mason (1726) [HG]!, and the 'Rule of Three' [RA]!; See also: (in AQC vol.23:324) 32:26
  AQC Database No. 1990


Apollonian Masons, (Tuckett, J.E.S.) An 'Apollonian' Summons 26:31-44, 303-4
  AQC Database No. 1991


Apollonian Society for Lovers of Music and Architecture, London (1725), (Philo-Musicae et Architecturae Societas Apollini) 86:39-40, 52, 63-4, 71, 81, 84, 308
  AQC Database No. 1992


Apollonian Society, Paris (France), founden (1780) by the Lodge Les Neuf Sæurs (Nine Muses) 86:316
  AQC Database No. 1993


Apologetical and Historical Relation of the Secrets of Freemasons (by Chevalier Ramsay?) burnt at Rome (1738) 81:106; See also: Rélation Apologtque ... (1738) (Folkes?) 296
  AQC Database No. 1994


Apologie pour l'Ordre des Francs-Maçons (1742), Naudot, Jean Jacques ? (Jacques Christophe ?) 83:180-81
  AQC Database No. 1995


Apostle St. Paul, a Mason? (C.H. Tendler), translated by G.W. Speth 1:74-6
  AQC Database No. 1996


Apothecaries, Society of, founded (1617) 85:298
  AQC Database No. 1997


Apothecaries, Worshipful Society of, (Carr, Thomas) The Worshipful Society of Apothecaries 29:270-2
  AQC Database No. 1998


Appel, Rolf, & H. Vorgrimler; Kirche und Freimaurer im Dialog (1975), reviewed (Gillespie) 89:193-4
  AQC Database No. 1999


Apple Tree, tavern, Lodge at, (later Fortitude & Old Cumberland L.12) 109:5
  AQC Database No. 2000


Apple Tree, tavern, Covent Garden (London), meeting place of the 3rd of the Four Old Lodges of (T.I.) (1717) [PGL], accepted a 'Constitution' in (1723), later L.11* (1729) [PGL], later L.6* of Fortitude [PGL], meeting at the 'Fish and Bell' Charles Street, Soho (1768), now Fortitude & Old Cumberland L.12 (1818) [UGL], William Preston listed as member (1768) 108:199-200
  AQC Database No. 2001


Apple-Tree, tavern, Charles Street, first meeting (1716) of four old lodges (T.I.) 103:24, 33, 43, 50; Lodge (1716), No.3 of the founding lodges, at the (L.3*) [PGL] (T.I.) 24, 29-30
  AQC Database No. 2002


Apple Tree, tavern, Covent Garden, lodge at (T.I.), now L.12, No.3 of the Four Old founding lodges (1717) [PGL] 96:88, 179
  AQC Database No. 2003


Apple-Tree, tavern, the (London, 1716), The (T.I.) lodge at 94:141
  AQC Database No. 2004


Apple-Tree, tavern, in Charles Street, Covent Garden (1717) (T.I.), Lodge at the - (now Lodge of Fortitude & Old Cumberland L.12) 91:168, 170
  AQC Database No. 2005


Apple Tree, tavern, Lodge at the (now Lodge of Fortitude and Old Cumberland L.12) (T.I.) 88:72
  AQC Database No. 2006


Apple Tree, tavern, London 85:194
  AQC Database No. 2007


Apple Tree, tavern, Covent Garden, lodge at (1716) (T.I.), L.3*/No.3 of the Four Old founding lodges (1717) [PGL], now L.12 [UGL] 79:265, 290
  AQC Database No. 2008


Appleby, Jacob, Esq., subscriber to the Hall-Loan [PGL] (1779/1787) 82:29
  AQC Database No. 2009


Appleton, A.S., of L.266 (IC), Grand Lodge of New South Wales (NSW) (1877), Australia 84:11
  AQC Database No. 2010


Apponyi, Anton Georg, Count von 94:62-3, 80
  AQC Database No. 2011


Apponyi, Count von 85:251, 253
  AQC Database No. 2012


Apprentice Charge 108:72; See also: Grand Lodge MS. No.2 (c.1650) 52
  AQC Database No. 2013


Apprentice of the Ancient Accepted Rite, and Apparatus for Study of Minute Parallels in Ritual (research), (Norman D. Peterson) (USA) 107:183-187
  AQC Database No. 2014


Apprentices, (Carr, Harry) Apprenticeship in England and Scotland up to (1700) 69:46-85
  AQC Database No. 2015


Apprentices, (Carr, Harry) The Mason and the Burgh - An examination of the Edinburgh Register of Apprentices and the Burgess Rolls 67:30-52
  AQC Database No. 2016


Apprentices (operative, Scotland) 91:15
  AQC Database No. 2017


Apprentices, (Ward, Eric) Operative Entered Apprenticeship 70:12-30
  AQC Database No. 2018


Apprentices 81:156, 181, 202; 'booking' of 157; Old Charges all refer to 155, 189-90
  AQC Database No. 2019


Apprentices, Charge for 89:29 bis
  AQC Database No. 2020


Apprentices' Register, Edinburgh; See also: Telfair's Tract (1696) [Pamphlet], [EMP] (in AQC vol.14:56) 91:15
  AQC Database No. 2021


Apprenticeship 89:29
  AQC Database No. 2022


Apprenticeship in England and Scotland up to 1700. (Harry Carr) 69:46-85
  AQC Database No. 2023


Apprenticeship, Masons and (operative, Knoop & Jones) 98:90-102
  AQC Database No. 2024


Apprenticeship, Operative 106:159
  AQC Database No. 2025


Apprentif, (1st degree of the Philosophic Rite (Rit Philosophique), France 1804-c.1826) 92:202
  AQC Database No. 2026


Apprentif-Compagnon, la Réception d' (1757), earliest dated MS. of a french 2nd degree 106:60
  AQC Database No. 2027


Approsi, secretary of the Young Pretender, Charles Edward Stuart, letters and appointment said to be written by, to von Hund (1743) [OS] 109:27, 45n48
  AQC Database No. 2028


Apron, "Address on the" (standard) 82:327; Livery, probably Aprons and Gloves (Scotland) 300, 300n1
  AQC Database No. 2029


Apron and its symbolism (F.R. Worts) 74:133-41; a collection of early masonic aprons 138-41
  AQC Database No. 2030


Apron, beneath the jacket 105:261
  AQC Database No. 2031


Apron, in the Collection of the Grand Lodge New South Wales (UGL-NSW), (Kirkwall Scroll) 38:221
  AQC Database No. 2032


Apron made of Leather 107:14, 15
  AQC Database No. 2033


Aprons, the ladder on 101:229
  AQC Database No. 2034


Aprons, in trade associations 100:88
  AQC Database No. 2035


Aprons, charge given in Lodge Sincerité [OS] q. 98:202; operative masons 195-6; Sarah Belzoni on 7; striking and shaking in German ritual 200-1
  AQC Database No. 2036


Apron, the 94:112, 176, 205
  AQC Database No. 2037


Aprons 91:15, 20; Grand Stewards' (Red Apron) 180
  AQC Database No. 2038


Aprons 90:201; See also: Masonic Clothing [SKA], and The Masonic Apron (in AQC vol.5:29-36, 172-86)
  AQC Database No. 2039


Aprons 89:28, 104; Country Stewards' (Green Apron) 223; Installed Masters' (WM), charge in Dalziel MS. (1827) 246
  AQC Database No. 2040


Aprons, medieval 88:7
  AQC Database No. 2041


Apron, the, its 'found' symbolism 85:320-1
  AQC Database No. 2042


Apron, the 84:190, 199, 290; in (18th-C.) 153; "Levels" on 189-90, 199, 204, 208, 290; in Massachusetts 224; Royal Arch 312, 313; Rosettes on Aprons 190, 199, 290; T-square (Tau), symbols on apron [RA] and (WM) 189
  AQC Database No. 2043


Aprons, old French, Darmstadt, etc.; See also: Clothing and Regalia 21:253a, 256b-c
  AQC Database No. 2044


Aprons, (Carr, Harry) Aprons: Flap up, Corner up, etc. (Q.58) (Netherlands/USA/Scotland) 77:303-4
  AQC Database No. 2045


Aprons, (Clark, D.R.) A Curious Masonic apron 4:56-7
  AQC Database No. 2046


Aprons, (Crowe, F.J.W.) Colours in Freemasonry 18:148
  AQC Database No. 2047


Aprons, (Crowe, F.J.W.) Colours in Freemasonry 17:3-11, 66
  AQC Database No. 2048


Aprons, (Crowe, F.J.W.) Masonic Clothing 7:51-2, 194-5; Combined Craft and Royal Arch/Knight Templar Apron 87
  AQC Database No. 2049


Aprons, (Crowe, F.J.W.) Masonic Clothing 6:160-4; German & Danish, Swedish Rite Aprons etc. [SKA] 160
  AQC Database No. 2050


Aprons, (Crowe, F.J.W.) Masonic Clothing 5:29-36
  AQC Database No. 2051


Aprons, (Doe, George Mark) Moira Apron 17:66
  AQC Database No. 2052


Aprons, (Green, J.E.) Curious hand-painted Masonic Apron 4:108-9
  AQC Database No. 2053


Aprons, (Lange, A.J.) A sketch of Norwegian Masonic history [SKA] 13:35-6
  AQC Database No. 2054


Aprons, (Pope, Sydney) An old Irish Apron in Kent 61:114
  AQC Database No. 2055


Aprons, (Rylands, W.H.) The Masonic Apron 5:172-86
  AQC Database No. 2056


Aprons, (Spencer, N.B.) Inaugural Address (1959), Supreme Grand Chapter (EC), [RA] 73:3-8
  AQC Database No. 2057


Aprons, (St. Maur, Lord Percy) An old engraved apron 19:239-40
  AQC Database No. 2058


Aprons, (Wonnacott, William) The Country Stewards' Lodge and the Green Apron 36:150-78
  AQC Database No. 2059


Aprons, (Worts, F.R.) The Apron and its symbolism 74:133-41; a collection of early masonic aprons 138-41
  AQC Database No. 2060


Apted, M.R. (Professor) 106:159; Painting in Scotland from the 14th to the 17th Centuries with particular references to Painted Domestic Decoration, 1550-1650, Edinburgh (1964) 170n5
  AQC Database No. 2061


Aquarian Guide to Occult, Mystical, Religious, Magical London and Around (1970) (Aquarian Press) 85:260n1
  AQC Database No. 2062


Aquitaine, Provincial Grand Lodge (fl.1914) of (France, Lodge L.2 'Anglaise 204') 101:98
  AQC Database No. 2063


Arabia (History of Freemasonry), (Yarker, John) Arab Masonry 19:248
  AQC Database No. 2064


Arad, Lodge at (Draskovic-Observance/Observanz Rite), Croatia 90:64
  AQC Database No. 2065


Arauna (Ornan) the Jebusite 96:38, 41-2
  AQC Database No. 2066


Arauna, threshing floor of [KST] 106:237
  AQC Database No. 2067


Arboretum L.1033, Fifty years of the Arboretum L.1033 (1858-1908). (1909), (Bland, Joseph), reviewed 23:94
  AQC Database No. 2068


Arbuthnot, Dr. John (1667-1736), M.D. (1696); See also: (in AQC vol.79:69) 85:299, 305
  AQC Database No. 2069


Arbuthnot, Dr. John (1667-1735) [PGL]; See also: (in AQC vol.40:31) & (in AQC vol.76:45) 81:4; Montesquieu refers to 96
  AQC Database No. 2070


Arbuthnot, Dr. John (1667-1735), (Fischer, W.G.) A Cavalcade of Freemasons in (1731) 76:44-60, 45
  AQC Database No. 2071


Arbuthnot, Governor (Weymouth) (1809) 93:190 bis
  AQC Database No. 2072


Arc en Ciel, Lodge in France (Misraim) 85:246
  AQC Database No. 2073


Arceo, Bishop Mendez, at Vatican Council II (1962-5) 104:59-60, 69, 89
  AQC Database No. 2074


Arch-Chief (first class), in Gould' History of Freemasonry (1885-7) 88:31n1
  AQC Database No. 2075


Arch, in early catechisms [RA] 83:354; uses of the word 305, 316
  AQC Database No. 2076


Arch-Mason [RA] 88:21
  AQC Database No. 2077


Arch Purple, a degree in the Orange system 86:304
  AQC Database No. 2078


Arch, the structural 88:30-1
  AQC Database No. 2079


Archaeological Institute, Masonic; See: Masonic Archaeological Institute
  AQC Database No. 2080


Archbishop Becket and the Masons' Company of London. (W.J. Williams) 41:130-57
  AQC Database No. 2081


Archenholtz, J.W.; Pictures of England (1790) q. 104:40
  AQC Database No. 2082


Archer, Capt. James Henry Lawrence (1823-1889) 109:197, 208; The Orders of Chivalry (1887) 208
  AQC Database No. 2083


Archer, Capt. James Henry Lawrence (1823-1889), founder of the Royal Oriental Order of Sikha (Apix/Apex) and the Sat B'hai (1871), with K.R.H. Mackenzie and John Yarker 100:20n8
  AQC Database No. 2084


Archer, Capt. James Henry Lawrence (1823-1889), and the Royal Oriental Order of Sikha (Apix/Apex/Sikha) and the Sat B'hai (seven brethren) (1871) 85:267-71 passim; Idone, or Incidents in the Life of a Dreamer (1852) 268n2
  AQC Database No. 2085


Archibald Campbell L.4998, Madras 92:172, 186n25
  AQC Database No. 2086


Architect (Scottish Master) degree 91:126, 127
  AQC Database No. 2087


Architect-Masons 91:16
  AQC Database No. 2088


Architect, The Great: perceived Man as the image of the (used by members of the Royal Society) (RS), early 18th-century [VSL] 107:46
  AQC Database No. 2089


Architecte, grade (4(, Rite of Seven Degrees), in the 'Lintot MS.' (1780s) (Heredom/Heredon) [HG]/[GLT] 39:70-1; ritual 88
  AQC Database No. 2090


Architects' Journal Competition Supplement (1926), on Freemasons' Hall, London q. 89:138
  AQC Database No. 2091


Architectura, De (classic study), Marcus Vitruvius Pollio (first century A.D.), leader of the Rome Collegia (on the five Noble Orders, Man within a circle within a square), the Antiquity L.1* [PGL], now L.2 of [UGL] (T.I.), (London), using Books III and IV of 107:46, 76, 199; quoted in (M. Hall) The Adepts (1981) 200n3
  AQC Database No. 2092


Architectural designs on Lodge certificates 82:191, 204-10, 247, 250
  AQC Database No. 2093


Architectural Principles in the Age of Humanism (1949), R. Wittkower 107:47n20
  AQC Database No. 2094


Architectural style of King Solomon's Temple. (R.H. Baxter) 33:114-34
  AQC Database No. 2095


Architecture, (Bowes, Arthur) The Equilateral triangle in Gothic architecture 19:165-70
  AQC Database No. 2096


Architecture, (Carr, Harry) Architecture in Masonry (Q.35) 75:238
  AQC Database No. 2097


Architecture, (Conder, Edward, Jnr.), William of Wykeham 16:94-104
  AQC Database No. 2098


Architecture, (Horne, Alex) William Preston's Lecture on the Five Orders of Architecture: its origin and development 77:105-43
  AQC Database No. 2099


Architecture, (Klein, S.T.) "Magister-Mathesios" 23:107-51, 334-6
  AQC Database No. 2100


Architecture, (Klein, S.T.) "Magister-Mathesios" 24:68-70
  AQC Database No. 2101


Architecture, (Wonnacott, William) Inaugural Address (1915), Architecture and Freemasonry 28:200-8
  AQC Database No. 2102


Architecture, Five Noble Orders of 107:46; Lodge of Architecture (1745), (in the 'Sharp' document No.120) 159
  AQC Database No. 2103


Architecture, degree 101:91; The 18th-C. Lodge as a School of Architecture (Haffner) 160-200
  AQC Database No. 2104


Architecture, The Orders of (Smyth) 95:222
  AQC Database No. 2105


Architecture, development of, in England and Scotland 85:11-12; the Orders of 203
  AQC Database No. 2106


Architecture, the Orders of, in early catechisms 83:354; in W.Preston's Second Lecture 193, 195
  AQC Database No. 2107


Architecture, the Orders of 82:35-50; depicted on Lodge certificates 192-3, 201, 208-9, 247, 250
  AQC Database No. 2108


Archives Historiques de la Gironde, periodical 101:36, 53, 61
  AQC Database No. 2109


Archives Secrètes du Vatican et de la Franc-Maçonnerie (1989) Fr. J.A. Ferrer Benimeli (SJ) 102:264-4
  AQC Database No. 2110


Archytas of Terentum (400-365 B.C.) q. 101:195
  AQC Database No. 2111


Archæological Institute, The Masonic, founded (1871), forerunner for the Q.C. Lodge (L.2076) 69:3
  AQC Database No. 2112


Archæological Institute, The Masonic, founded (1871), forerunner for the Q.C. Lodge (L.2076), (Simpson, William) 2:124; members of, and papers read at 158
  AQC Database No. 2113


Arco, Karl, Count 87:41
  AQC Database No. 2114


Arconati, Marquis Paul, Baron Soockart (d.1821) 100:76-7, 83
  AQC Database No. 2115


Arden, George (Dorset) 91:7
  AQC Database No. 2116


Arden, George, of All Souls Lodge (L.170), Weymouth (1817) 89:47, 56
  AQC Database No. 2117


Arden, George, init. All Souls L.170 (1815), Weymouth, and the Williams/Arden MS. (1817) 88:95, 96
  AQC Database No. 2118


Arden, George, of Dorset 87:168-9; and the Williams-Arden MS. (1817) 169-70, 174, 182
  AQC Database No. 2119


Arden, George, and his William/Arden MS. Ritual (1816) 86:237
  AQC Database No. 2120


Arden MS. (1817) (Ritual), (Williams MS.), (All Souls L.170) 94:246-7; See also: Williams-Arden MS.
  AQC Database No. 2121


Arden MS. (1817) (Ritual), (All Souls L.170); See: Williams MS./Arden MS. (1817) 88:56, 62, 95
  AQC Database No. 2122


Arden MS. (1817) (Ritual), (Williams MS.), (All Souls L.170) 86:237
  AQC Database No. 2123


Ardent, HMS, proposed lodge (1810) at, (RN) (Royal Navy) 104:224
  AQC Database No. 2124


Ardisher Babakan, founder, Sassanian Empire 93:218
  AQC Database No. 2125


Argentina (Hall-Johnson, A.S.), A Century of English Freemasonry in Argentina (1852-1952) 65:98-106
  AQC Database No. 2126


Argentina, Grand Lodge of (1857), Buenos Aires 94:102
  AQC Database No. 2127


Argentina, Grand Orient (now Grand Lodge) of 86:113
  AQC Database No. 2128


Argentine Bishops' declaration (1959) (R.C.), on Freemasonry 81:237, 238
  AQC Database No. 2129


Arianism, Christian centuries of (Rome) 107:175
  AQC Database No. 2130


Ariès, Philippe, (Aries); The Hour of our Death (1981) 108:27n, 30, 31n1; Images of Man and Death (1985) 27n
  AQC Database No. 2131


Arimathea L.256 (A) (1809-28), Weymouth 93:193
  AQC Database No. 2132


Arimathea L.323*, Weymouth 86:224-6 passim, 228, 231
  AQC Database No. 2133


Ariosto Ludovico; Orlando Furioso (1532) 103:4
  AQC Database No. 2134


Aristarcas Lodge (Oddfellows, 1740s), London (IOOF) 100:98-9
  AQC Database No. 2135


Aristocrats, Franco-German nobility as a tightly-knit class, found it convenient to elevate commoners in Freemasonry to the status of 'Knights' [HG] & [OS], (18th-century) 109:20
  AQC Database No. 2136


Aristotle (384-322 B.C.), Greek philosopher 109:4; Physics (n.d.) 85
  AQC Database No. 2137


Aristotle 101:194-5
  AQC Database No. 2138


Aristotle, his theory of alchemy 105:157, 158
  AQC Database No. 2139


Aristotle's Masterpiece: etc. (London, 1684) 107:15, 27
  AQC Database No. 2140


Arizona (USA), Grand Lodge of (1882); See: Web Homepage <http://www.neta.com/~kottinge/AZGL/> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 2141


Arizona (USA), Prince Hall Grand Lodge of [PH], Phoenix, founded (1920) 90:295; See: Recognized as 'regular' (1996) [PH], Paul M. Bessel; <http://www.geocities.com/athens/1799/pha.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 2142


Ark, degree 89:260
  AQC Database No. 2143


Ark Life Assurance Society, and Crucefix 102:139, 140-1, 149, 162
  AQC Database No. 2144


Ark Mariner, degree 96:48
  AQC Database No. 2145


Ark Mariner, Working in Craft lodges 95:92 bis
  AQC Database No. 2146


Ark Mariners; See also: Royal Ark Mariner, Council (1872)! (EC) (rainbow), (Noah and his sons Shem and Japeth) 106:81, 84, 176
  AQC Database No. 2147


Ark, Mark and Link degrees, in the Harodim? 91:125
  AQC Database No. 2148


Ark Masons, Grand Lodge of, formation of (1772) 91:137
  AQC Database No. 2149


Ark Masons, (Brookhouse, J.C.) The Good Samaritans or Ark Masons in politics: with a note on some of their members 24:81-106
  AQC Database No. 2150


Ark of the Covenant, the [VSL] 105:204, 253
  AQC Database No. 2151


Ark of the Covenant, the [VSL] 104:219
  AQC Database No. 2152


Ark of the Covenant, the [VSL] 96:41-2, 160
  AQC Database No. 2153


Ark of the Covenant, the [VSL] 94:204-5
  AQC Database No. 2154


Ark of the Covenant, the [VSL] 88:184-5, 195
  AQC Database No. 2155


Ark of the Covenant, the [VSL] 84:197
  AQC Database No. 2156


Ark of the Covenant, the [VSL] 83:13, 14
  AQC Database No. 2157


Ark of the Masonic Covenant 109:228
  AQC Database No. 2158


Ark of the Masonic Covenant, The (Burford) 105:203-16
  AQC Database No. 2159


Ark, the (Noah's) [VSL] 87:248-54
  AQC Database No. 2160


Ark, the [VSL] (wood used for the, in), (acacia) 107:190
  AQC Database No. 2161


Arkansas (USA), Grand Lodge of (1838); See: Web Homepage from; <http://www.cei.net/~khat/> (1998), or via; Grand Lodges, "Freem@sonry" Web Site (Official WWW Grand lodge including District Grand Lodges Directory) <http://www.chaumont.com/GrandLodges.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 2162


Arkansas (USA), Grand Lodge of (1838), its manual (1954) q. 97:157
  AQC Database No. 2163


Arkansas (USA), Prince Hall Grand Lodge of [PH], Little Rock, founded (1873) 90:295
  AQC Database No. 2164


Arkell, A.J.; The Genesis of Operative Masonry (Prestonian Lecture) (1964) [PL] 77:169-80
  AQC Database No. 2165


Arkwright L.1495, Matlock Bath 101:239-42, 245, 247
  AQC Database No. 2166


Arlegui, Juan de Dios, first GM (1862-72), Grand Lodge of Chile, Santiago 109:255
  AQC Database No. 2167


Arlett, W.J., on the Liverpool Rebellion [WGL] (Transaction of the Merseyside Association for Masonic Research, 1946) 85:33n2
  AQC Database No. 2168


Arlington, Henry Bennett, Earl of, statesman 96:157-8
  AQC Database No. 2169


Armagh, (St. Patrick's Senior) L.623 (IC) at 93:114
  AQC Database No. 2170


Armenanstalt, Allgemein (workhouse), Hamburg (1788) 109:53
  AQC Database No. 2171


Armenia, (Yarker, John) The Yezids 4:224-6
  AQC Database No. 2172


Armigeri or Squires, of the sixth degree of [OS], recruited amongst the wealthy, whatever their birth (only Christians) 109:24
  AQC Database No. 2173


Armillary spheres 102:26, 29, 31, 37, 42n4, 56-7, depicted 30, 36
  AQC Database No. 2174


Armin, Joachim von 109:57
  AQC Database No. 2175


Armitage, Edward+ (1859-1929), master (WM) Quatuor Coronati L.2076 (1913); Catalogue of Books in the Library of the Supreme Council 33(, London (1900) [A&ASR] 103:144, 148
  AQC Database No. 2176


Armitage, Edward+ (1859-1929), Lieutenant Grand Commander (33() [A&ASR] (EC), his Obituary 42:135, 137-8
  AQC Database No. 2177


Armitage, Edward+ (1859-1929), Robert Samber; Long Livers, (1722) [Pamphlet] 28:157-8
  AQC Database No. 2178


Armitage, Edward+ (1859-1929), his Biography and Installation as Master (WM) of (L.2076) 26:294-6; Inaugural Address (1913), Taking stock (of the Q.C. L.2076), circle membership (1887-1912) 275-94
  AQC Database No. 2179


Armitage, Edward+ (1859-1929), Dr. Robert Fludd (Robertus de Fluctibus), Review of J.B. Craven's Life of Dr. Robert Fludd (1574-1637), Physician and Mystic 17:27-35
  AQC Database No. 2180


Armitage, Edward+ (1859-1929), Robert Samber, Long Livers, (1722) [Pamphlet], and Ebrietatis Encomium; or 'The Praise of Drunkenness' (1723), [Pamphlet], [EMP] 11:103-32
  AQC Database No. 2181


Armitage, Edward+ (1859-1929), Early Netherland Lodges 10:61
  AQC Database No. 2182


Armitage, Frederick (Fred) (fl.1914) 95:188n19; on 'Company of Masons of the City of London in the year (1481)' (Conder), (in AQC vol.27:89); See also: Armitage, Frederick; A Short Masonic History (1909) (in AQC vol.22:193, 196); A Short Masonic History, with some account of the Higher Degrees (1911), reviewed (in AQC vol.25:132-3)
  AQC Database No. 2183


Armitage, Frederick (Fred) (fl.1914); The Old Guilds of England (n.d.) 76:136
  AQC Database No. 2184


Armitage, Frederick (Fred) (fl.1914), The Story of the Craft as told in "The Gentleman's Magazine" (1731-1820) 27:185-216
  AQC Database No. 2185


Armitage, Frederick (Fred) (fl.1914); A Short Masonic History, with some accont of the Higher Degrees (1911), reviewed (Hawkins) 25:132-133; A Short Masonic History (1909) 132
  AQC Database No. 2186


Armitage, Frederick (Fred) (fl.1914), The Origin of the Pillars to King Solomon's Temple 21:270
  AQC Database No. 2187


Armorial Bearings; See: Heraldry
  AQC Database No. 2188


Armour, James, Robert Robert Burn's father-in-law (Scotland) 103:218, 220, 226
  AQC Database No. 2189


Armour, Jean, Robert Burn's wife (Scotland) 103:218, 220, 222, 226
  AQC Database No. 2190


Arms, College of, its grant (1919), of the Arms to the United Grand Lodge of England [UGL], copy of in 'Grand Lodge 1717-1967.' (1967) (ed., Frere, A.S.) 103:256
  AQC Database No. 2191


Arms, College of 96:193 bis, 194, 197
  AQC Database No. 2192


Arms, Grand Lodges (Heraldry) 96:195; See also: Antients [AGL], Ireland, premier [PGL], Scotland and United Grand Lodge [UGL]; See also: London Masons' Company (operative) 99, 192, 193, 197 bis
  AQC Database No. 2193


Arms of the Grand Lodges 83:374-6; crest of [PGL]/[AGL]/[UGL] (Arms) 375-6; Arms of the London Masons' Company, also used by the Moderns' Grand Lodge 375
  AQC Database No. 2194


Arms of the Grand Lodges 92:29, 32-3, 47, 48, 55, 57, 59
  AQC Database No. 2195


Arms of the Masons' Company, London, granted (1472), given in 'Harleian MS. No.6860', and in Stow's 'Survey of London' (1633) 60:224, 224b
  AQC Database No. 2196


Armstrong, Adam, his private Lodge certificate from Jacob's L.570* [PGL] (1806), Ramsgate 82:243
  AQC Database No. 2197


Armstrong, James, 'The Lodge of Light, L.148', Warrington (in AQC vol.54:179-215) 97:52
  AQC Database No. 2198


Armstrong, James, on the Lodge of Light (MS.) (L.148) (Warrington) (1935) 88:56
  AQC Database No. 2199


Armstrong, James, the Lodge of Lights (L.148) 54:179-215
  AQC Database No. 2200


Armstrong, John; History of Freemasonry in Cheshire (1901), reviewed 15:41-45
  AQC Database No. 2201


Armstrong, John; Antiquity of Chester Masonry (1900), (The "Royal Chester" and "Cestrian" L.425), reviewed 14:87-89
  AQC Database No. 2202


Armstrong, John; History of the Joppa Mark Lodge No.11, Birkenhead (1898), reviewed 11:156-7
  AQC Database No. 2203


Armstrong, S. (fl.1941) 99:231
  AQC Database No. 2204


Armstrong, William, of L.380, and the Liverpool Rebellion [WGL] (1821) 85:45
  AQC Database No. 2205


Army Staff College (1921), Japan; Higuchi, Professor of Russian language at 107:90
  AQC Database No. 2206


Arne, Thomas (1710-78), composer 103:152
  AQC Database No. 2207


Arnold, Benedict (1741-1801) (USA), traitor to the Americans (1780) (US war of independence) 89:174
  AQC Database No. 2208


Arnold, Benedict (1741-1801) (USA), (Callaway, W.) Benedict Arnold and Freemasonry 80:120-2
  AQC Database No. 2209


Arnold, Benedict (1741-1801) (USA), was a Mason, according to C.W. Moore 46:457
  AQC Database No. 2210


Arnold, Col. (Sir) William H., PJGW (1967) 86:216, 216n3, 217n1
  AQC Database No. 2211


Arnold, Dr. Samuel 94:66-7
  AQC Database No. 2212


Arnold, Henry; The Knight and the Mason (1800?) 93:15
  AQC Database No. 2213


Arnold, Henry, (Grantham, W.I.) The Knight and the Mason - a Masonic novel 76:143-4
  AQC Database No. 2214


Arnold, Paul; Histoire des Rose-Croix (1955) 97:141
  AQC Database No. 2215


Arnold, Rev. Ian, Principal of the New Church College at Manchester (Swedenborg Society), acknowledged for help on 'Chaos out of Order: The Rise and Fall of the Swedenborgian Rite', by R.A. Gilbert (1995) 108:137
  AQC Database No. 2216


Arnott of Arlary, Dr. George Arnott Walker (d.1868), Deputy GM [ROS] (1857) and Governor (Scotland), his letter (1862) q. 97:205-7
  AQC Database No. 2217


Arnott of Arlary, Dr. George Arnott Walker (d.1868), [ROS] 90:252, 266-7
  AQC Database No. 2218


Arnott of Arlary, Dr. George Arnott Walker (d.1868), on degrees (1841) q. 89:260
  AQC Database No. 2219


Arnott of Arlary, Dr. George Arnott Walker (d.1868), and the Scottish R.A. ritual (SC) [RA] 88:48
  AQC Database No. 2220


Arnott of Arlary, Dr. George Arnott Walker (d.1868), and the R.A. ritual [RA] (SC) (1840s) 86:171
  AQC Database No. 2221


Arnott of Arlary, Dr. George Arnott Walker (d.1868), (Arnot), (degree-collector), (77() (Misraim) (91(), and [A&ASR] (33() (SC) 85:283-4; his 'Supreme Grand Council of Rites' (SC) (1845) 284
  AQC Database No. 2222


Arras, Sovereign Rose Croix Chapter of (18() [A&ASR] 87:220
  AQC Database No. 2223


Arrington, Keith (Iowa) (USA) 89:4, 5
  AQC Database No. 2224


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), Transactions of L.2076, vol.1 (1888) 108:1, 8n2; facsimile edn. ed. Harry Carr (1963) 8n1; Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC) 194; in the 'Regius MS.' Poem (c.1390) [A.] 221
  AQC Database No. 2225


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 98-100 (1985-87) 101:277
  AQC Database No. 2226


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 96-98 (1983-85) 99:243
  AQC Database No. 2227


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 95-97 (1982-84) 98:233
  AQC Database No. 2228


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 94-96 (1981-83) 97:237
  AQC Database No. 2229


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 93-95 (1980-82) 96:235
  AQC Database No. 2230


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 92-94 (1979-81) 95:231
  AQC Database No. 2231


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 91-93 (1978-80) 94:255
  AQC Database No. 2232


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 90-92 (1977-79) 93:229; the St.John's Cards, all members (1887-1918), only new members (1919-73) (Q.C.C.C.) 51, 58n17
  AQC Database No. 2233


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 89-91 (1976-78) 92:231
  AQC Database No. 2234


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 81-90 (1968-77) 91:238-40
  AQC Database No. 2235


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 81-89 (1968-76) 90:334-6
  AQC Database No. 2236


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 81-88 (1968-75) 89:281-3
  AQC Database No. 2237


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 81-87 (1968-74) 88:228-9
  AQC Database No. 2238


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 81-86 (1968-73) 87:272-3
  AQC Database No. 2239


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC) 86:xix; principal contents of Vols. 81-85 (1968-72) 381-2; Concise Index to Vols. 1-80 (1971) 267
  AQC Database No. 2240


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 81-84 (1968-71) 85:407-8
  AQC Database No. 2241


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 1-83 (1886-1970) 84:359-73
  AQC Database No. 2242


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 1-82 (1886-1969) 83:411-25
  AQC Database No. 2243


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 1-81 (1886-1968) 82:365-79
  AQC Database No. 2244


Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC), principal contents of Vols. 1-80 (1886-1967) 81:394-407; Volume I facsimile 409
  AQC Database No. 2245


Art of Memory, The (1966), Dame Frances A. Yates (d.1982) 107:47n23, 64
  AQC Database No. 2246


Artaria, Pasquale, music publisher 87:48
  AQC Database No. 2247


Arthur, Frederick; The Mysterious M. Dumont (1912) 93:4-5
  AQC Database No. 2248


Arthur, John, actor 101:14-15
  AQC Database No. 2249


Arthur, King 99:58
  AQC Database No. 2250


Arthur of Connaught, Prince (1883-1938), Past SGW [UGL] 81:353
  AQC Database No. 2251


Articles anent Deaconrie (1657), council of Deacons of Crafts to govern the city in association with the magistracy 85:16
  AQC Database No. 2252


Articles of Union (1813) [UGL] 109:125, 133, 213, 228
  AQC Database No. 2253


Articles of Union (1813) 108:102, 193
  AQC Database No. 2254


Articles of Union (1813), masonic 107:216
  AQC Database No. 2255


Articles of Union (1813) [UGL] 106:68, 88
  AQC Database No. 2256


Artrim, the Earl of, subscriber to the Hall-Loan [PGL] (1779/1787) 82:28
  AQC Database No. 2257


arts and sciences 101:4
  AQC Database No. 2258


Arts Ste. Marguerite, Les, Lodge (1729), Paris 104:99
  AQC Database No. 2259


Arts Ste. Marguerite, Lodge les (1729), Paris 86:15
  AQC Database No. 2260


Arundel, Lord, architect of Great Queen Street? (London) 82:8
  AQC Database No. 2261


Arundel MS. Chapter Indexes, No.1 and No.2 (c.1796-c.1810) [RA] 95:37-9, 43
  AQC Database No. 2262


Arundel MS. (12th-C.), (at the British Museum) [BM] 88:vi; (on the legend of 'Quatuor Coronati', 8 November, Rome) viii
  AQC Database No. 2263


Arundel MS. (12th-C.) (now at the British Museum) [BM], (Woodford, A.F.A.), Quatuor Coronati: the legend as given in the 'Arundel MS.' 1:59-65
  AQC Database No. 2264


Arval brethren, 'Fratres Arvales', ancient Roman priesthood 107:50
  AQC Database No. 2265


Arya L.1622 (SC), Teheran, chartered (1966), Iran 81:267
  AQC Database No. 2266


Aryan = Iran 84:315 bis
  AQC Database No. 2267


As it was seen - and as it was, (English masonry in early 18th-C.) (Vieler) 96:77-97
  AQC Database No. 2268


Ascalon Encampment K.T., Poona [KT] 93:103
  AQC Database No. 2269


Ascham, Roger 95:132
  AQC Database No. 2270


Ashbee, C.R., Victorian bibliographer of erotic and 'Hudibrastic' works 107:32
  AQC Database No. 2271


Ashburton, Parish Church at 106:42
  AQC Database No. 2272


Ashby de la Zouche, Lodge of French POW's at, certificats (early 20th-Century), two photographs of in the Q.C. Lodge Album (Speth) 107:118
  AQC Database No. 2273


Ashby, John F.+, Assistant Librarian [UGL] 109:iii, 15, 108, 131, 221, 224, 232n8; on "The Church of Rome and Freemasonry, 1738, 1917, 1983" (Read) (in AQC vol.104:51-94) 16n29-30
  AQC Database No. 2274


Ashby, John F.+, Assistant Librarian [UGL] 108:11, 28-32, 35-39, 41-42, 45, 59n7, 107, 118, 137, 222, 232; 'Death and the Freemason' (historical/symbolical) 11-47; on 'The Influence of the Prince of Wales (Edward VII)' (Khambatta) 111
  AQC Database No. 2275


Ashby, John F.+, Assistant Librarian [UGL], init. Paddington L. (1972) 107:6, 49, 126; on 'The Portraits of the Quatuor Coronati L.2076' 147, 153; on 'The Hudibrastic Poem of 1723' 37; on 'Anti-Masonry in Japan' 109
  AQC Database No. 2276


Ashby, John F.+, Assistant Librarian [UGL], on 'The Origin of Freemasonry' (Batham) 106:36-7, 99; on 'The Regular Freemason' 124
  AQC Database No. 2277


Ashby, John F.+, Assistant Librarian [UGL], on 'The Church of Rome' (Read) 104:82, 90
  AQC Database No. 2278


Ashby, John F.+, Assistant Librarian [UGL], on 'The Grand Lodge of England (1717)' (Batham) 103:44, 52; on 'The Role of Bibliography' (Gilbert) 141-2, 148
  AQC Database No. 2279


Ashby, John F.+, Assistant Librarian [UGL], on 'The Royal Arch' (Brodsky) [RA] 102:122, 132
  AQC Database No. 2280


Ashby, John F.+, Assistant Librarian [UGL], on 'Origins of Speculative Masonry' (Dyer) 95:160, 167
  AQC Database No. 2281


Ashe, Rev. Jonathan; The Masonic Manual (1814), Oliver's edition (1843) 98:28
  AQC Database No. 2282


Ashe, Rev. Jonathan; Masonic Manual (1814) q. 83:139
  AQC Database No. 2283


Ashe, Rev. Jonathan; Masonic Manual (1814), 2nd ed. by Oliver (1843, 1870) 13:182
  AQC Database No. 2284


Ashe, Robert, 'inaugurated a secret body of men (Protestants), in Henry VIII's time' in 'The Man on a Donkey' (H.M.F. Prescott) 106:17; See also: Aske, Robert (in AQC vol.95:136) & (in AQC vol.106:17)
  AQC Database No. 2285


Asher, his tribe, its banner and Chagall's window [RA] 89:227, 230, 240
  AQC Database No. 2286


Ashkenazim, defined 92:25
  AQC Database No. 2287


Ashlar, perfect, with a square on which 'Dirigit Obligat' was etched, as the fellowcraft symbol from the [OS] system, to be retained by the [RER] (1778) 109:39
  AQC Database No. 2288


Ashlar, Perfect or Perpend 87:24n5
  AQC Database No. 2289


Ashlars, position of the Rough and Polished, in Lodge (Q.121) 84:318-20; in (USA) 320
  AQC Database No. 2290


Ashley, Henry V., architect of Freemasons' Hall, London 86:118
  AQC Database No. 2291


Ashley, Henry V., G.Supt.Wks. (1937-45) [UGL], architect of Freemasons Hall (London) 89:127, 132, 136
  AQC Database No. 2292


Ashley, Maurice; Life in Stuart England (1964) 89:31n8,13,14
  AQC Database No. 2293


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), antiquarian, init. (1646), (RS) 109:156-60, 162-4, 166n62, 167, 169-71, 176-84; at Masons' Hall London (1682) 186-7; Fasciulus Chemicus (1650) (pseud: James Hassole) 178, 182-3; The Way to Bliss (1658) 184; Theatrum Chemicum Britannicum (1652) 157, 165n14, 183, 187n6
  AQC Database No. 2294


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), F.R.S. (c.1662) (RS), Ashmolean Museum (Oxford), init. (1646) at Warrington (Cheshire) 108:50, 54, 48-79 passim, 60n32; Ed. of 'Theatrum Chemicum Britannicum' (1652), unfinished collection of old English alchemical writings in verse 74; Fasciculus Chemicus or Chymical Collections (1650) (under his anagrammatic pseudonym: James Hassole) 74, 74n12; his diary (1649), 'I first began to dissect a body' (his works on anatomy) q.25; The Way to Bliss (1658) 74, 74n12
  AQC Database No. 2295


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692) 107:27, 38, 49, 60, 61, 67-8, 68n3, 69, 71; See also: Rawlinson, Dr. Richard; Memoir of Ashmole (1719) 23, 25
  AQC Database No. 2296


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), antiquary, init. (1646) 106:21, 23, 35, 44-5, 58; (RS) (1663) 166
  AQC Database No. 2297


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), antiquary, init. (1646) 105:158, 202
  AQC Database No. 2298


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), antiquary, init. (1646) 104:222; Royalist Captain! (Lancashire)
  AQC Database No. 2299


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692) 103:44-6, 104, his diary 'Memoirs ... of Elias Ashmole' (1717), [Pamphlet], [EMP] 22, 48, 83, 104-5, 112, 178; initiated (1646) 22, 83, 90, 105, 114, 178
  AQC Database No. 2300


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692) 102:109-10, 119n35, 206, 208n31; career (to 1646) 226-8, initiation (1646) 102, 109, 202, 222, 207n6, 231-2, 233n15; Theatrum Chymicum Britannicum (1652) 101, 110, 119n34,35 [RA]
  AQC Database No. 2301


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692) 101:160, 175, 187-8, 191-2, 196; his diary 186-7; initiated (1646) 160, 186, 188, 191
  AQC Database No. 2302


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692) 100:1, 132-3, 137, 145n20, 146-7, 149; his initiation (1646) 119, 132, 135, 137, 143, 151, 154, 162; his intended history of Freemasonry 153; a Rosicrucian 153; lodge visit (1682) 133, 147, 151, 153, 156, 162; See also: 'The Origin of Species - The Freemason' (in AQC vol.108:48-80)
  AQC Database No. 2303


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), antiquary and Master Gunner, in 'Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.' (Stevenson) (1984) 99:149; his initiation (1646) (Sloane MS. No.3848) and London Lodge visit (1682) 123, 215
  AQC Database No. 2304


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), antiquary, Freemason init. (1646), and a Rosicrucian!, founder-member of the Royal Society (1661) (RS) 97:117, 123, 124-6, 130, 131n33, 141, 145-6
  AQC Database No. 2305


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692) 96:81, 90, 94 bis, 97, 171, 173; his Initiation 77, 170-1; the (1682) meeting 171-2, 179
  AQC Database No. 2306


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692) 95:137, 153, 155, 157, 159 bis, 165, 166; his Initiation (1646) 81, 87, 111, 113-16, 121-3, 136, 163, 169, 219; the London lodge meeting (1682) 122, 187
  AQC Database No. 2307


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), antiquarian, init. (1646) 94:40
  AQC Database No. 2308


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), antiquarian, init. (1646) 93:221
  AQC Database No. 2309


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), antiquarian, init. (1646) 92:200
  AQC Database No. 2310


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), antiquarian 91:79, 92, 96, 97, 98, 100; his initiation (1646) 91 bis, 100
  AQC Database No. 2311


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), antiquary, init. (1646) 90:146, 148, 171, 254
  AQC Database No. 2312


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), antiquary and astrologer 89:23, 25-7, 29-30; his diary 23 bis, 28-30; his initiation (1646) 25, 27, 29 bis, 30; his London lodge visit (1682) 27
  AQC Database No. 2313


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), init. (1646), at Warrington 88:67, 78, 83 bis
  AQC Database No. 2314


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), init. (1646) at Warrington 87:29, 205
  AQC Database No. 2315


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), antiquary, init. (1646) 86:284
  AQC Database No. 2316


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), init. (1646), at Warrington 85:222
  AQC Database No. 2317


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), London 'Acception' visited by (1682) 82:266, 332; Sloane MS. (1646) [E.b.1.] 265, 293
  AQC Database No. 2318


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692) 81:1, 4; Acception (London) visited by (1682) 5
  AQC Database No. 2319


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), his portrait at Freemason' Hall [UGL], London 79:43; (Josten, Dr. C.H.) Elias Ashmole (1617-1692). (1966), reviewed (Carr) 240-49
  AQC Database No. 2320


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), (Horne, Alex) Elias Ashmole 78:83-6
  AQC Database No. 2321


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), in Ambix (1949), 'William Backhouse of Swallowfield', by Dr. C.H. Josten, an authority on Ashmole, Ashm. MS.1395, q. 71:47-8
  AQC Database No. 2322


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), init. (1646) at Warrington 69:89-91; recorded his attendance at a 'lodge' in Masons' Hall, London Masons' Company 'Accepcon' (Acception) (1682) 94
  AQC Database No. 2323


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), (Rogers, Norman) The Lodge of Elias Ashmole (1646), Warrington 65:35-53
  AQC Database No. 2324


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), (Tuckett, J.E.S.) Dr. Richard Rawlinson and the Masonic entries in Elias Ashmole's Diary (1646) 25:237-57
  AQC Database No. 2325


Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692), (Crawley, W.J. Chetwode) The Masonic MSS. in the Bodleian Library. (Sloane MS. Nr.3848), "Elias Ashmole and his diary" (1646) [E.b.1.] 11:4-8
  AQC Database No. 2326


Ashmole's Antiquities of Berkshire (1719), [Pamphlet]; See: Knoop, Douglas, etc., [EMP]
  AQC Database No. 2327


Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 101:160, 187-8
  AQC Database No. 2328


Ashmolean Museum, Oxford (Summer Outing, of the Q.C. L.2076) (1927) 40:207
  AQC Database No. 2329


Ashton-under-Lyne, early Freemasonry in 95:103, 109
  AQC Database No. 2330


Asiatic Brethren, Order of the 105:242
  AQC Database No. 2331


Asiatic Brethren, Order of the 90:261
  AQC Database No. 2332


Asiatic Brethren, Order of the 87:47
  AQC Database No. 2333


Asiatic Brethren, Order of the [HG] (Rosicrucians, Jews etc.), founded by Carl von Ecker (c.1780) (Germany) 83:324-7; See also: the 'Melchizedek lodges' 325
  AQC Database No. 2334


Asilo de la Virtud, Logia (irreg.) Garibaldi init. (1844), Montevideo, Uruguay 102:7
  AQC Database No. 2335


Asilo del Litoral, Lodge, Paraná 94:102
  AQC Database No. 2336


Aske, Robert, who led the Pilgrimage of Grace from the north in Henry VIII's time, and his 'secret body of men' (Protestants) 95:136; See also: Ashe, Robert, in Prescott's; The Man on a Donkey (Donket) (n.d.) (in AQC vol.106:17) & (in AQC vol.95:136)
  AQC Database No. 2337


Askeri Khan, a Persian Prince and ambassador of the Shah in France, initiated in Paris (1808), and joined the 'Mother Lodge of the Rite Ecossais Philosophique' [IFL] 81:266
  AQC Database No. 2338


Askew, William (fl.1728) 94:111
  AQC Database No. 2339


Asperne, James (1737-1820), publisher and bookseller 93:47
  AQC Database No. 2340


Asperne, James (1737-1820), G.Stwd. (1813) 91:191, 195-6
  AQC Database No. 2341


Asperne, James (1737-1820), publisher of the 'European Magazine', his career, init. Foundation Stone L.105* (now L.82) (1792) 83:121-3; his portrait by Samuel Drummond (1813) 121
  AQC Database No. 2342


Aspinall, A.; The Letters of George IV, vol.I, No.55 (1938) 93:41n16, 42, 48
  AQC Database No. 2343


Aspiration, R.A. Ch.6086 of, [RA] 94:5
  AQC Database No. 2344


Asquith, William (fl.1769), of the lodge at Ripon (York Grand Lodge) [YGL] 90:154
  AQC Database No. 2345


Assemblée de Francs-Maçons (1744) (ascribed; Travenol) 83:187-8
  AQC Database No. 2346


Assembly of Masons 89:255, 269
  AQC Database No. 2347


Assembly, The, (Begemann, W.) The Assembly 6:169-73
  AQC Database No. 2348


Assembly, The, (Gould, R.F.) The Assembly 5:201-2, 203-23
  AQC Database No. 2349


Assembly, The, (Oliver, B.W.) The Assembly on the Hill 61:247-52
  AQC Database No. 2350


Assembly, The, (Speth, G.W.) The Assembly 6:173-90
  AQC Database No. 2351


Assembly, The; See also: (Referred to in; Regius MS. [A.], Cooke MS. [B.1.], etc. the 'Constitutions' & MSS.)
  AQC Database No. 2352


Asser (d.909?), Bishop of Sherborne 99:62; Life of Alfred 47, 52, 146
  AQC Database No. 2353


Assertio or Confirmation of the fraternity of the Rosy Cross (1614), (Rosicrucianism) (Germany) 97:120
  AQC Database No. 2354


Assigny; See: Dassigny, Dr. Fifield (D'Assigny) (1707-1744), (masonic historian, of the Romantic/Andersonian School), Dublin (Ireland) 88:20-1; See also: D'Assigny
  AQC Database No. 2355


Assistant Grand Mastership (of England), the 95:68
  AQC Database No. 2356


Associated Blacksmiths' Forge and Smithy Workers' Society 100:88
  AQC Database No. 2357


Associated Masonic Provinces (1906) 86:108, 108n3, 109n1, 122
  AQC Database No. 2358


Associated Press (AP), (USA) 107:94
  AQC Database No. 2359


Association and Common People's Organizations (Ritual and History), (Durr) 100:88-108; bibliography of (book list) 104-108
  AQC Database No. 2360


Association Maçonnique Internationale, [AMI], (International Association of Symbolical Grand Lodges), Geneva (1921-c.1946), by 'Alpina' 97:5
  AQC Database No. 2361


Association of Architects of imperial Rome, developed into the guild masons who constructed the Gothic Cathedrals of Medieval Europe, and eventually became Freemasonry! 107:199
  AQC Database No. 2362


Association of British Freemasons in Germany (ABF) (1949-1957) 83:283-86; See also: The Provincial Grand Lodge of British Freemasons in Germany (G) (1962/63) 286, 300
  AQC Database No. 2363


Astles, Samuel (1790-1838), of L.148 of Light, Warrington, his tomb in Frodsham Churchyard 54:194
  AQC Database No. 2364


Astles, Samuel (1790-1838), of L.148 of Light (L.173*), Warrington, his tomb in Frodsham Churchyard (Boscow) 99:231, 232
  AQC Database No. 2365


Astley, Francis Dukinfield, Provincial GM [PGL], Lancashire (1807-25) 85:30, 34, 36, 39; suspended [WGL] (1822) 41-2, 45-6, 51, 56, 59-60
  AQC Database No. 2366


Astley, Francis Dukinfield, Provincial GM [PGL], Lancashire (1807-23), his suspension (1823) [UGL] 83:144, 145
  AQC Database No. 2367


Astley, Francis Dukinfield, Provincial GM [PGL], Lancashire (1807-23), G.Supt, R.A. [RA] (1809-25) 95:45, 95, 115
  AQC Database No. 2368


Astley, Sir Edward, Bart, Provincial GM, Norfolk (1785-98) 104:49
  AQC Database No. 2369


Astley's Theatre (Circus) (Dublin) 23:181; (Songhurst, W.J.) Astleys (London) 208-10
  AQC Database No. 2370


Astley's Theatre (London), (Hextall, W.B.) Astley's 26:297-8
  AQC Database No. 2371


Astley's Theatre (London), Le Feuvre, John Emilius, (d.1909) Astleys 21:69
  AQC Database No. 2372


Aston, Dr. Stanley Collin+ (1915-1992) 108:52, 56, 72
  AQC Database No. 2373


Aston, Dr. Stanley Collin+ (1915-1992) 106:49
  AQC Database No. 2374


Aston, Dr. Stanley Collin+ (1915-1992), his obituary (Sandbach) 105:238
  AQC Database No. 2375


Aston, Dr. Stanley Collin+ (1915-1992) 104:vii, 29, 78
  AQC Database No. 2376


Aston, Dr. Stanley Collin+ (1915-1992) 103:94, 195; 'Observations on Grand Lodge MS. No.1' [D.a.1.] (inaugural address) (WM) (1989) 1-19, 94, 99n26, on 'The G.L. of England' (Batham) 37-8, 50; on 'The District Grand Lodge of Punjab' (Khambatta) 71-2; his career 20-1, his portrait 20
  AQC Database No. 2377


Aston, Dr. Stanley Collin+ (1915-1992), 'St. Alban who Lovyd Welle Masons' 102:178-97; on 'Masonry Universal' (Beresiner) 49
  AQC Database No. 2378


Aston, Dr. Stanley Collin+ (1915-1992), 'A Worthy Kynge in England Callyd Athelstone' 99:45-87; on 'The Old Charges' (McLeod) 145-6, 149-50
  AQC Database No. 2379


Aston, Dr. Stanley Collin+ (1915-1992), Provincial GM [UGL], Cambridgeshire (1979) 95:168
  AQC Database No. 2380


Aston, William G., (well-known British authority on Japan) 107:87
  AQC Database No. 2381


Astrea L.504* (1787) [PGL], Riga (Russia) 84:240, 240n14, 242
  AQC Database No. 2382


Astrology 107:43
  AQC Database No. 2383


Astrology 106:168
  AQC Database No. 2384


Astrology 99:152
  AQC Database No. 2385


Asylum for Aged and Decayed Freemasons 108:167
  AQC Database No. 2386


Asylum for Aged and Decayed Freemasons; See also: Asylum project, and (FQR) 106:1, 3, 70
  AQC Database No. 2387


Asylum for Aged and Decayed Freemasons (Crucefix's project) 102:134, 137-8, 142-5, 147, 149, 160-1; opened (1850) 147
  AQC Database No. 2388


Asylum for the Aged and Sick (proposed c.1834) 98:32-3, 50
  AQC Database No. 2389


Ataglioti, Nicholas, his certificates, from Lodge Les Amis en Captivité (1816), Malta (later L.717) 85:170
  AQC Database No. 2390


Atago, Hokuzan (Japan) q. 107:104; Yudaya no Sekaishihai Koryo (Compendium of Jewish World Control) (1941) 106
  AQC Database No. 2391


Ataka L.3367 [UGL] (1909-65), Suez, Egypt 82:58
  AQC Database No. 2392


Atbara L.3407 [UGL] (1910-55), Sudan 82:59-60, 66
  AQC Database No. 2393


Atbara Lodge of Instruction (1916), by L.3407 [UGL], Sudan 82:66
  AQC Database No. 2394


Atbara, Mahfal (= Lodge), L.7554 [UGL], Atbara, Sudan (the first in Sudan) 81:215, 230
  AQC Database No. 2395


Atcheson's Haven MS. (1666) [T.2.] (Tew MSS. family); See also: (Aitchison's Haven MS.) 92:215
  AQC Database No. 2396


Atcheson's Haven MS. (1666) [T.2.] (Tew MSS. family), (Baxter, R.H.) The Old Charges and the Ritual 31:33-55; location (G.L., Scotland), and where reproduced (Lyon's) 40-44
  AQC Database No. 2397


Athaliah, revolt against [VSL] 106:239
  AQC Database No. 2398


Athelard of Bath, translator of Euclid's 'Elements' (of Geometry), from Arabic into Latin (MS.) 90:255-6
  AQC Database No. 2399


Athelstan II, King of the Mercians and West Saxons, later 'first' King of England (925-940) 108:225-26; his Charters 226; his triumph at Brunnanburgh 225
  AQC Database No. 2400


Athelstan, King of England, sub-King of Kent (839-c.851!) and East Anglia 99:68n22
  AQC Database No. 2401


Athelstan, King of England (925-940), in Masonic "history" 84:1
  AQC Database No. 2402


Athelstan, King of England (925-940), in the masonic 'Old Charges' (MSS.) 108:64, 221, 224-25, 227, 229, 231; Leofric, Bishop of Exeter (1042-1072) and the Kings (MSS.) 232n26; D. Whitelock (1979) and William of Malmesbury (c.1120) on 226, 233n28; Athelstan as a name widely used during Anglo-Saxon times, literally translated it means 'princely stone', diffent spelling as 'Ston', 'sten' and 'stin' appear in (MS.), the Saxon 'stan' signifying a natural rock or stone, and 'stane' refers to a shaped stone used in walls 225
  AQC Database No. 2403


Athelstan, King of England (925-940), his fight with the Saxon army against the Danes and the Norse King, at York (927), (Vikings) [SKA] 108:228
  AQC Database No. 2404


Athelstan, King of England (925-940) 107:69
  AQC Database No. 2405


Athelstan, King of England (925-940) 104:222, 265
  AQC Database No. 2406


Athelstan, King of England (925-940) 103:7, 8, 12-14, 18nn, 82, 85, 176; 'Charter' (AD 926) 244
  AQC Database No. 2407


Athelstan, King of England (925-940) 100:142
  AQC Database No. 2408


Athelstan, King of England (925-940), of Mercia (899), Wessex (925) and England (927) 99:136-7, 146, 148; Athelston, his history (early 15th-C.) 63-4, 68n21; his family tree 48; his laws and charters 64-5; 'A Worthy Kynge' (Aston) 45-87; defeated Gudfrid, King of the Danes [SKA] 59
  AQC Database No. 2409


Athelstan, King of England (925-940) 98:61-3, 65; and St. Cuthbert 143
  AQC Database No. 2410


Athelstan, King of England (925-940) 95:82, 85, 123, 127-8, 130, 138, 154, 162, 164
  AQC Database No. 2411


Athelstan, King of England (925-940) 90:150, 166, 169, 170, 173, 326 bis
  AQC Database No. 2412


Athelstan, King of England (925-940) 89:253, 255
  AQC Database No. 2413


Athelstan, King of England (925-940), 'Charter' of 87:242
  AQC Database No. 2414


Athelstan, King of England (925-940), (Howard, C.C.) Critical examination of the Alban and Athelstan Legends 4:73-84
  AQC Database No. 2415


Athelstan, Wessex, Half-King over East Anglia 108:225; H.R. Loyn; The Governance of Anglo-Saxon England (1984) (Edward Arnold) 232n25,40
  AQC Database No. 2416


Athena, Lodge, Athens (Greece) 104:192
  AQC Database No. 2417


Athenaeum L.1491, London 105:178
  AQC Database No. 2418


Athene (goddess in Greek mythology) 107:193
  AQC Database No. 2419


Athlone, L.874 (IC) (1799-1817) at 99:203
  AQC Database No. 2420


Athol L.74, Birmingham, founded (1811) [AGL] 81:207
  AQC Database No. 2421


Athole, L.591 (SC), Kimberley 99:186
  AQC Database No. 2422


Atholl, Dukes of (Athole/Athol), (Fisher, W.G.) The Dukes of Atholl and Freemasonry, [AGL] 80:58-69; family members as Jacobites at the Rebellions (1715) and (1745) 58-9
  AQC Database No. 2423


Atholl, Dukes of (Knight, G. Norman; History of Freemasonry, ed. 1951) The Dukes of Atholl [AGL] 76:80
  AQC Database No. 2424


Atholl, George Augustus Frederick John Murray (1814-1864), 6th Duke of, GMM (SC) (1843-64), Scotland 97:205-6, 207n1
  AQC Database No. 2425


Atholl, George Augustus Frederick John Murray (1814-1864), 6th Duke of, GMM (SC) (1843-64), Scotland 92:193
  AQC Database No. 2426


Atholl, George Augustus Frederick John Murray (1814-1864), 6th Duke of, GMM (SC) (1843-64), Scotland 80:64-5
  AQC Database No. 2427


Atholl, George Iain Murray, 10th Duke of 80:67
  AQC Database No. 2428


Atholl Grand Lodge, The (1751-1813) [AGL], Lodges under the; See also: Antients' [AGL] (A) (1751-1813) 84:84:241-2; and Thomas Harper 177-86
  AQC Database No. 2429


Atholl Grand Lodge, The (1751-1813) [AGL]; See: Antients' Grand Lodge [AGL] (A) (1751-1813), (other name for) [etc.]
  AQC Database No. 2430


Atholl, James Murray (1690-1764), 2nd Duke of, attending Grand Lodge [PGL] meeting in Lomdon (1735), and an alleged meeting of Knights Templar at Holyrood (1745), for the alleged installation of Prince Charles Edward (the 'Young Pretender') as GM [KT] (Scotland) (in AQC vol.33:40-5), (in AQC vol.40:31) and (in AQC vol.67:53-5) 80:58-60
  AQC Database No. 2431


Atholl, James Thomas Stewart-Murray (1879-1957), 9th Duke of 80:67
  AQC Database No. 2432


Atholl, John George Stewart-Murray (1871-1942), 8th Duke of, as Marquess of Tullibardine, GMM (SC) (1909-13) 80:66-7
  AQC Database No. 2433


Atholl, John James Hugh Henry Stewart-Murray (1840-1917), 7th Duke of, SGW (SC) (1866-8), Provincial GM (1864-86) Perthshire West, Scotland; See also: (in AQC vol.23:334) 80:66
  AQC Database No. 2434


Atholl, John Murray (1729-1774), 3rd Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1771-74), and GMM (SC) (1773) 98:73, 83, 114, 145
  AQC Database No. 2435


Atholl, John Murray (1729-1774), 3rd Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1771-74), and GMM (SC) (1773) 94:152
  AQC Database No. 2436


Atholl, John Murray (1729-1774), 3rd Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1771-74), and GMM (SC) (1773) 88:88
  AQC Database No. 2437


Atholl, John Murray (1729-1774), 3rd Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1771-74) 85:187, 189
  AQC Database No. 2438


Atholl, John Murray (1729-1774), 3rd Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1771-74), and GMM (SC) (1773) 80:60-61
  AQC Database No. 2439


Atholl, John Murray (1729-1774), 3rd Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1771-74), and GMM (SC) (1773) 76:80
  AQC Database No. 2440


Atholl, John Murray (1755-1830), 4th Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1775-81, 1791-1813) 108:166, 191
  AQC Database No. 2441


Atholl, John Murray (1755-1830), 4th Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1775-81, 1791-1813) 105:206
  AQC Database No. 2442


Atholl, John Murray (1755-1830), 4th Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1775-81, 1791-1813) 102:128-9
  AQC Database No. 2443


Atholl, John Murray (1755-1830), 4th Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1775-81, 1791-1813) 101:234
  AQC Database No. 2444


Atholl, John Murray (1755-1830), 4th Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1775-81, 1791-1813) 98:145
  AQC Database No. 2445


Atholl, John Murray (1755-1830), 4th Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1775-81, 1791-1813), and GMM (SC) (1778-9) 94:47, 152-3, 155 bis
  AQC Database No. 2446


Atholl, John Murray (1755-1830), 4th Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1775-81, 1791-1813), and GMM (SC) (1778-80) 93:33-6 passim, 45, 113
  AQC Database No. 2447


Atholl, John Murray (1755-1830), 4th Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1775-81, 1791-1813) 90:104
  AQC Database No. 2448


Atholl, John Murray (1755-1830), 4th Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1775-81, 1791-1813) 87:112
  AQC Database No. 2449


Atholl, John Murray (1755-1830), 4th Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1775-81, 1791-1813) 86:144, 182, 184 bis
  AQC Database No. 2450


Atholl, John Murray (1755-1830), 4th Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1775-81, 1791-1813) 85:5, 187
  AQC Database No. 2451


Atholl, John Murray (1755-1830), 4th Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1775-81, 1791-1813), and the Union (1813) 84:184-5
  AQC Database No. 2452


Atholl, John Murray (1755-1830), 4th Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1775-81, 1791-1813) 82:83-4, 241; portrait of; See aslo: (QCCC) (AQC St. John's Card, 1908) 14
  AQC Database No. 2453


Atholl, John Murray (1755-1830), 4th Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1775-81, 1791-1813) 80:61-3
  AQC Database No. 2454


Atholl, John Murray (1755-1830), 4th Duke of, GM [AGL] (A) (1775-81, 1791-1813) 76:80
  AQC Database No. 2455


Atholl, John Murray (1778-1846), 5th Duke of 80:63
  AQC Database No. 2456


Atholl, John Murray (b.1929), 11th Duke of, son of the 10th Duke of (d.1996); See: Scotland
  AQC Database No. 2457


Atholl L.83* [AGL], founded (1759) at the Unicorn Hotel, Stockport, became a 'Modern' [PGL] (1790), ceased (1794), Trowel and jewels of, (Andrew, Ralph) (L.336) 15:132, 132a
  AQC Database No. 2458


Atholl Masons; See also: Antients Grand Lodge [AGL] (1751-1813) (A), Arms of 82:284; Certificates of 172, 173-5, 193, 222-7; Chesterfield nominated as GM [AGL] (1751) 262; General Purposes Committee dealing with R.A. [RA] 77; Minutes of (1799) q.269; origin of (1751) 267-8, 272
  AQC Database No. 2459


Atholl Stewards Lodge [AGL], minutes (1764) 108:20
  AQC Database No. 2460


Atkins, H. Kent, P.Ass.G.Supt.Wks. [UGL], Prestonian Lecturer [PL] (1968), (The Five Noble Orders of Architecture) (in AQC vol.82:35-50) 101:167
  AQC Database No. 2461


Atkins, H. Kent, P.Ass.G.Supt.Wks. [UGL], "The Five Noble Orders of Architecture" (Tuscan, Doric, Ionic, Corinthian and Composite), (Prestonian Lecture, 1968) [PL] 82:35-50, 251
  AQC Database No. 2462


Atkinson, Capt. James H. (fl.1856) 93:114
  AQC Database No. 2463


Atkinson, Dr. J., on 'Amon' as Hebrew for artificer q. 86:63, 81
  AQC Database No. 2464


Atkinson, Jasper, of Antiquity (L.2) (1817-27) 89:14, 20
  AQC Database No. 2465


Atkinson, Jasper, SW of Antiquity L.2 (1823), and Prestons Lecture 85:120
  AQC Database No. 2466


Atkinson, Jasper, and Preston's Second Lecture 83:195, 232
  AQC Database No. 2467


Atkinson, Jasper, ('Syllabus' owner) (Preston) 82:105
  AQC Database No. 2468


Atkinson, Major Sir Harry Albert, District GM (NZ) (New Zealand) (1891) [UGL], Wellington 108:94
  AQC Database No. 2469


Atkinson, William, JGW (1772) [PGL], and his 'Silver Ticket' 89:207; his Hall Token (1778) 206
  AQC Database No. 2470


Atkinson, William, Esq., PJGW, subscriber to the Hall-Loan [PGL] (1779/1787) 82:29
  AQC Database No. 2471


Atlantic Phoenix, L.224 (GRE), formerly (L.307*) (A) (1797), St. George, Bermuda, and John van Norden acting as Deputy GM [AGL], pro term; See: (in AQC vol.11:202-3)
  AQC Database No. 2472


Atlantic Phoenix, L.224, Hamilton, Bermuda, (Pocock, James Charles) Constituting a Lodge under the Antients Grand Lodge [AGL], (Atlantic Phoenix, L.224, Hamilton, Bermuda) 11:202-3
  AQC Database No. 2473


Attempt to classify the "Old Charges" of the British Masons. (W. Begemann) 1:152-61
  AQC Database No. 2474


Attempted Incorporation of the Moderns. (W.I. Grantham), (c.1767-71) [PGL] 47:259-60
  AQC Database No. 2475


Attempted Incorporation of the Moderns. (W.I. Grantham), (c.1767-71) [PGL] 46:117-221
  AQC Database No. 2476


Attenburg School, of Masonic Literature, from about (1804), Germany 13:180
  AQC Database No. 2477


Attendance Register, 'Rank' or 'Office' to be entered (Batham) (Q.147) 86:350-1
  AQC Database No. 2478


Attendants (=Wardens) 81:27, 47, 48
  AQC Database No. 2479


Atterbury, Bishop Francis (of Rochester, 1713-22) 86:24
  AQC Database No. 2480


Atterbury, Dr., Bishop of Rochester, in exile as a Jacobite (1717) 82:266
  AQC Database No. 2481


Atterbury, Francis (1662-1732), Bishop of Rochester, and the 'Atterbury Plot' 99:189-91
  AQC Database No. 2482


Attic Miscellany, The (1789) 89:176
  AQC Database No. 2483


Attis (mythology), or Osiris, Tammuz, Adonis and, for the peoples of Egypt and Westen Asia represented the yearly decay and revival of life (vegetable) 107:194, 195
  AQC Database No. 2484


Attwood, Thomas (1765-1838), and Mozart 87:47
  AQC Database No. 2485


Attwood, Thomas (1765-1838), composer 103:152
  AQC Database No. 2486


Atwood, Charles W. (son of Henry C. Atwood), (MS.) 'The Atwood variant' (1859) (the three Craft degrees from the extinct New York Supreme Council), [A&ASR] and Cerneau (USA) 107:184-5; The Blue Degrees of Atwood's Cerneau Supreme Council (1994) (Art deHoyos) 187n18
  AQC Database No. 2487


Atwood, Henry C. (father to Charles W. Atwood), (MS.) 'The Atwood variant' (1859) (the three Craft degrees from the extinct New York Supreme Council), [A&ASR] and Cerneau (USA) 107:184-5; The Blue Degrees of Atwood's Cerneau Supreme Council (1994) (Art deHoyos) 187n18
  AQC Database No. 2488


Atwood, Henry C., Grand Commander, Cerneau Supreme Council (Rite), N.Y. (USA) 105:96-7,106-7, 121
  AQC Database No. 2489


Atwood, Mrs Mary Anne (b.1817), married to Atwood (1859) Dean and Vicar of Leake, Thirsk (Yorkshire), (Mary Ann South, daugther of Thomas South); A suggestive enquiry into the Hermetic Mystery (1918), Hermeticism (GD), reviewed (Klein) 31:56-60
  AQC Database No. 2490


Aubigny, L.73* (1735-8) at 101:67
  AQC Database No. 2491


Aubigny-sur-mér, Lodge at (1734) 81:98
  AQC Database No. 2492


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS) 109:262; The Natural History of Wiltshire (1685) 188-9, 262
  AQC Database No. 2493


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS), antiquary 108:68, 68n2-3, 74
  AQC Database No. 2494


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS), antiquary 107:25, 69
  AQC Database No. 2495


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS), antiquary; The Natural History of Wiltshire (Britton ed. 1847), of the (1691) (MS.) 106:24
  AQC Database No. 2496


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS), antiquary; The Memoires of Naturall Remarques in the County of Wiltshire (1686/91) (MS.) 103:49-50; John Britton edition as 'The Natural History of Wiltshire' (1847) 23, 49-50, 112
  AQC Database No. 2497


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS) 101:218; The Natural History of Wiltshire (Britton ed. 1847), of the (1686/91) (MS.) 161, 191, 198
  AQC Database No. 2498


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS), antiquary 100:125, 149-51, 154; Brif Lives q.149; The Natural History of Wiltshire (Britton ed. 1847), of the (1691) [Pamphlet] q.133; See also: (in AQC vol.11:10) Aubrey's MS. (1691)
  AQC Database No. 2499


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS), antiquary 96:179, 182n25,28,66; Aubrey's MS. (1691), in [EMP] (1978)
  AQC Database No. 2500


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS); The Natural History of Wiltshire (Britton ed. 1847), of the (1686/91) [Pamphlet], Aubrey MS. (1691) 95:187
  AQC Database No. 2501


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS), antiquary 94:196
  AQC Database No. 2502


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS), his references (1686, 1691) to Freemasonry 92:200
  AQC Database No. 2503


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS), his reference (1691) to Freemasonry 91:79, 98
  AQC Database No. 2504


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS), on Sir Christopher Wren q. 90:149
  AQC Database No. 2505


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS) 88:67, 78
  AQC Database No. 2506


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS); The Natural History of Wiltshire (first published, 1844), (MS.), on Sir Wren 78:203; See also: (in AQC vol.11:10)
  AQC Database No. 2507


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS); The Natural History of Wiltshire (1686/91) 25:132
  AQC Database No. 2508


Aubrey, John (1626-1697), F.R.S. (1662) (RS), (Crawley, W.J. Chetwode) The Masonic MSS. in the Bodleian Library. "John Aubrey and the memoires" (MS.) 11:8-11
  AQC Database No. 2509


Aubrey, John, MS. (1691), in [EMP] (1978), as source for Rawlinson's (MS.) (on Ashmole) 107:25, 69
  AQC Database No. 2510


Aubrey MS. (1685), (MS Aubrey No.1/MS Aubrey No.2) (The Natural History of Wiltshire), now in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, on Sir Christopher Wren as a Mason and of the Royal Society (RS) 109:188, 189n1
  AQC Database No. 2511


Aubyn, Sir John St., Bart, PSGW, subscriber to the Hall-Loan [PGL] (1779/1787) 82:29
  AQC Database No. 2512


Auchinleck, Field Marshal Sir Claude, C.in-C., India (1941, 1943-7) 103:61
  AQC Database No. 2513


Auchinleck, J. (fl.1666) 94:40
  AQC Database No. 2514


Auckland, George, Earl of (1784-1849), Gov.-Gen., India (1835) 103:53, 62, 65
  AQC Database No. 2515


Auden, W.H., and Elizabeth Mayer, transl. Goethe's Italian Journey 90:284
  AQC Database No. 2516


Audi, Vide, Tace, Si Vis Vivere In Pace (Hear, see and hold your tongue, if in peace you would live on) (in 'leonine' verse), used in the [J&B] (ed. 1776) [Exposure], and in 'Masonic' magazine 82:189, 189n1, 200
  AQC Database No. 2517


Audit Committee (1813) [UGL] 95:12 bis
  AQC Database No. 2518


Audit Committee of Grand Lodge 86:110
  AQC Database No. 2519


Auersperg, Count Carl 90:65
  AQC Database No. 2520


Auf Vorposten, anti-semite periodical (Germany) 95:25-6
  AQC Database No. 2521


Aufblühenden Rose der Beständigkeit, Lodge zur, Zittau (Theodor Reuss's Illuminati Rite) 91:32
  AQC Database No. 2522


Aufgehenden Morgenröthe, Loge zur, L.684* (1817-73) (now L.218 (Germany)), Frankfurt 92:43, 46-7, 47, 57
  AQC Database No. 2523


Aufklärung der grossen Freimaurer-Lüge, Zur (anonymous, 1848-9) (Germany) 95:23
  AQC Database No. 2524


Aufklärung, the (German rationalism) 89:60, 62
  AQC Database No. 2525


Augsburg, Reinhold, and Theodor Reuss 91:35
  AQC Database No. 2526


Augsburg, the Treaty of (1553), confirmation of at Westphalia (1648) (end of the thirty years war), Germany 109:19
  AQC Database No. 2527


August III, King of Saxony (and Poland) 95:171
  AQC Database No. 2528


August Order of Light, by John Yarker, (passed over to T.M.Pattison, B.E.J.Edwards) 109:197
  AQC Database No. 2529


August Order of Light (York), provincial order of 84:311
  AQC Database No. 2530


Augustan style 101:166-9, 172-4, 177-8, 195-6
  AQC Database No. 2531


Auguste Fidelité, Loge, Nancy, Jean Pierre Louis Beyerlé as master (WM) 109:49n132
  AQC Database No. 2532


Augustin zur wahren Treue, Alt-Schttische Loge, Choinice 104:213-14
  AQC Database No. 2533


Augustine, Rev. P.C.; A Commentary on the New Code of Canon Law (1922) q. 104:93
  AQC Database No. 2534


Augustinian Canons, Order of 95:84
  AQC Database No. 2535


Augustus, Emperor (first century A.D.), (Rome) 107:199; Marcus Vitruvius Pollio (De Architectura), leader of the Collegia (or Association of Architects) under 107:46, 76, 199
  AQC Database No. 2536


Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex. (Lewis Edwards) 52:184-222
  AQC Database No. 2537


Auld, Dr. Isaac (fl.1802, Charleston) 100:47
  AQC Database No. 2538


Auldjo, John, Deputy Provincial GM, Upper Canada (1837-c.1842) 100:189
  AQC Database No. 2539


Auldjo, John, Deputy Provincial GM, Upper Canada (1837-c.1842) 101:250
  AQC Database No. 2540


Auldjo, John, Deputy Provincial GM, Upper Canada (1837-c.1842) 96:17, 24-6, 32
  AQC Database No. 2541


Auldjo, John, Deputy Provincial GM, Upper Canada (1837-c.1842) 90:289
  AQC Database No. 2542


Aumont, Duc d' (1732-99) 104:98, 128-9
  AQC Database No. 2543


Aumont, Duc d' (fl.1818) 100:38
  AQC Database No. 2544


Aumont, Duc d' (fl.1819) 94:47
  AQC Database No. 2545


Aumont, Duc d', and Loge d'Aumont, Paris, after its Master (WM) the, formerly L.90 at 'Hotel de Bussy, rue de Bussy', constituted (1732) 81:94
  AQC Database No. 2546


Aumont, Duc d', and the d'Aumont Lodge (1735) 86:14, 15
  AQC Database No. 2547


Aumont, Duc d', first French nobelman known to have joined the Craft, English Lodge de Bussy, Paris (1732) 84:309
  AQC Database No. 2548


Aumont, Loge d', Paris, and Pierre d'Aumont, Provincial GM [KT] of the Auvergne (1312) 109:23, 44n25, 46n69, 47n70, 75, 93, 95n54
  AQC Database No. 2549


Aumont, Loge d' (fl.1737), Paris 99:14
  AQC Database No. 2550


Aumont, Loge d', Paris, after its Master (WM) the, formerly L.90 at 'Hotel de Bussy, rue de Bussy', constituted (1732) 81:94
  AQC Database No. 2551


Aumount, Pierre d', Provincial GM [KT] of the Auvergne, fled to Scotland under the pseudonym 'Mabeignac', accompanied by two Commanders and seven Knights, meeting Harris (1312), reference used by Starck (1760/70s) (Clerks), on his investigating the legend of Pierre de Boulogne and Sylvester of Grumbach (1310) [KT], re-organised under the cover of Masonry (Craft) 109:24, 30, 44n24-5, 46-7n69,70
  AQC Database No. 2552


Auray, Jean d', biographer 97:107
  AQC Database No. 2553


Aurner, Nellie Slayton; Caxton: Mirrour of Fifteenth Century Letters (1926), reprint (1965) 89:122n34
  AQC Database No. 2554


Aurora L.816*, Candour and Cordiality, Calcutta 91:201
  AQC Database No. 2555


Ausonia, Lodge (1859), Turin (Italy), as 'Grande Oriente Italiano', as a forerunner of to-day's Grande Oriente d'Italia (GOdI) 102:5; See also: The so-called 'Symbolic Rite' (Italian Rite), and Grand Lodge Ausonia (1909) (irreg. Misraim & Memphis Rite/Cerneau Rite/Reuss/Yarker), by (GM) Eduardo Frosini (Florence), Warranted by GM Willarino del Villar (Spain)
  AQC Database No. 2556


Aussig (Bohemia), Templar lodge at (G) [KT] 90:60
  AQC Database No. 2557


Austen, Arthur Elvey (d.1920), Past Deputy District GM (Eastern Division, South Africa) 93:51, 56; History of Meridian Lodges (1896) (L.1469) (Cradock, South Africa) 55, 56; Treatise on the Ancient Landmarks (c.1886) 55, 56; See also: his Obituary (in AQC vol.33:188)
  AQC Database No. 2558


Austen, Arthur Elvey (d.1920); History of the Meridian Lodge No.1469, Cradock. (1898), (South Africa) (L.1469), reviewed 11:91
  AQC Database No. 2559


Austen, Jane 101:1, 3; Mansfield Park (1814) 3; Pride and Prejudice (1813) 2, 4; Sense and Sensibility (1811) 5
  AQC Database No. 2560


Austin, E.E., prisoner (POW) in Batavia, on Japanese Authorities against freemasons (1942) 107:96
  AQC Database No. 2561


Austin, G.L. (NZ); History of lodge Otago Kilwinning, No.417. (1963), (L.417) (1862) (SC), and L.1114*/L.844 [UGL] (EC), New Zealand, reviewed (Carr) 76:71-73
  AQC Database No. 2562


Austin, James M. (d.1881), G.Sec. (1853-1881) Grand Lodge of New York (State) (USA) 108:145-46
  AQC Database No. 2563


Austin, Rev. John, Deputy GM [RA], Supreme Grand and Royal Chapter of Royal Arch Masons (1813), (Royal Arch) [UGL] (EC) 85:149
  AQC Database No. 2564


Austin, Rev. John, Deputy GM [RA], Royal Arch (1813-15) (Royal Arch) [UGL] (EC) 93:209
  AQC Database No. 2565


Austin, Rev. John, Orator of Antiquity L.2 (1812) 86:229
  AQC Database No. 2566


Australasia, L.773* of, (1846-89), now L.3 (UGLV), Melbourne (Victoria), Australia 98:58
  AQC Database No. 2567


Australia; See: Freemasonry on the 'Internet' (Policy) @, (UGL-NSW); <http://www.uglnsw.freemasonry.org.au> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 2568


Australia, (Johns, Frederick) Australian Blacks and Freemasonry 10:159; (Hills, G.P.G. & the Bishop of Marlborough) 193
  AQC Database No. 2569


Australia, (Johns, Frederick) The First Freemason to Cross Australia 31:153-4
  AQC Database No. 2570


Australia, establishment of separate Grand Lodges at (1888), (UGL-NSW) 81:208
  AQC Database No. 2571


Australia, Freemasonry in (Thomas) 84:7-25
  AQC Database No. 2572


Australia, Grand Masters of (Henderson, Kent W.) (1988), reviewed (Smyth) 105:241
  AQC Database No. 2573


Australia, L.548* of, (1828), now L.3 (UGL-NSW), Sydney, Australia 100:212, 214, 216
  AQC Database No. 2574


Australia's First Lodge Meeting (Caillard) (French Navy in Sydney Harbour, 1802, Cap.Kemp) 100:224-8
  AQC Database No. 2575


Australia's Oldest Masonic Document (Sharp) (Sydney Harbour, 1802, Captain Kemp) 104:150-65
  AQC Database No. 2576


Australian Freemason, The (1879) 84:15
  AQC Database No. 2577


Australian Grand Lodge's (Australia), <http://www.freemason.aust.com/~uglodge/> (1997); See: New South Wales (UGL-NSW) Sydney (1888) and Canberra (ACT)/(Australian Capital Territory) <http://www.uglnsw.freemasonry.org.au> (1998); South Australia (1884) Adelaide & Northern Territory , <http://www.ozemail.com.au/~matt2/freemaso.htm> (1998); Victoria (UGLV) (1889) Melbourne <http://www.freemasonsvic.net.au/> (1998); Western Australia (1900) Perth <http://www.gl-of-wa.org.au> (1998); Queensland (UGLQ) (1921) Brisbane & Papua/New Guinea; Tasmania (1890) Hobart.
  AQC Database No. 2578


Australian Grand Lodges, Mark Order's Independence, only in four [AUS] 82:258
  AQC Database No. 2579


Australian, L.3 of, (UGL-NSW), Sydney, Australia (L.820*) [UGL] (1829) 84:7
  AQC Database No. 2580


Australian, L.814* of Harmony (1848), now L.5 (UGL-NSW), Sydney 100:214
  AQC Database No. 2581


Australian and New Zealand Masonic Research Council; See: (ANZMRC)
  AQC Database No. 2582


Australian Rituals, used in Malaya under the Japanese occupation (1940s), pretending to be church service 107:98
  AQC Database No. 2583


Australian Social L.1 (UGL-NSW), Sydney, Australia, now Antiquity L.1 (1920) (UGL-NSW), formerly Australian Social L.260* (IC) (1820) 104:227
  AQC Database No. 2584


Australian Social L.260* (IC) (1820), now Antiquity L.1 (UGL-NSW), Sydney, Australia 100:211-14, 217; See also: (in AQC vol.46:226-8)
  AQC Database No. 2585


Australian Social L.260* (IC) (1820), now Antiquity L.1 (UGL-NSW), Sydney, Australia 44:255
  AQC Database No. 2586


Australian Social L.260* (IC) (1820), now Antiquity L.1 (UGL-NSW), Sydney, Australia 84:7, 10
  AQC Database No. 2587


Australian Social L.260* (IC) (1820), then under Grand Lodge (NSW) (1885), and L.1 (UGL-NSW) (1888), now Antiquity L.1 (UGL-NSW), Sydney, Australia 45:104
  AQC Database No. 2588


Australian, The (NSW), Sydney newspaper (1835) 100:212
  AQC Database No. 2589


Austria, (Bernhart, Frank) Freemasonry in Austria 76:1-7
  AQC Database No. 2590


Austria, (Bradley, Herbert) Bro. Mozart and some of his Masonic friends 26:241-70
  AQC Database No. 2591


Austria, (Brough, B.H.) An Austrian precursor of the Quatuor Coronati Lodge, Lodge 'True Unity' (Zur wahren Eintracht) (1790) 13:72-6
  AQC Database No. 2592


Austria, (Brough, B.H.) An Austrian precursor of the Quatuor Coronati Lodge, Lodge 'True Unity' (Zur wahren Eintracht) (1790) 14:58
  AQC Database No. 2593


Austria, (Malczovich, Ladislas de) A sketch of the earlier history of Masonry in Austri and Hungary 8:180-8
  AQC Database No. 2594


Austria, (Malczovich, Ladislas de) A sketch of the earlier history of Masonry in Austri and Hungary 9:129-44
  AQC Database No. 2595


Austria, (Malczovich, Ladislas de) A sketch of the earlier history of Masonry in Austri and Hungary 7:18-24, 77-82, 184-9
  AQC Database No. 2596


Austria, (Malczovich, Ladislas de) A sketch of the earlier history of Masonry in Austri and Hungary 6:85-91
  AQC Database No. 2597


Austria, (Malczovich, Ladislas de) A sketch of the earlier history of Masonry in Austri and Hungary 5:15-19, 68-9, 187-92
  AQC Database No. 2598


Austria, (Malczovich, Ladislas de) A sketch of the earlier history of Masonry in Austri and Hungary 4:20-4, 181-93
  AQC Database No. 2599


Austria, currency in (18th-C.) 87:69n5
  AQC Database No. 2600


Austria, Freemasonry in (1726-94) 87:42-3
  AQC Database No. 2601


Austria, Freemasonry in, 200 Jahre Freimaurerei in Österreich (1959) (Kuess, G. & Scheichelbauer, B.), (200 years of Freemasonry in Austria), reviewed (Bernhart) 73:126
  AQC Database No. 2602


Austria, Freemasonry in 83:264; Great Grand Lodge of, combined with the Grand Lodge of Bohemia (1784) (and were one and the same) 76; See also: 'Prague, a Center of Freemasonry' (Winterburgh) (in AQC vol.77:68) 76n2
  AQC Database No. 2603


Austria, Freemasonry in, in the 18th-C. (Reinalter) 100:197-207
  AQC Database No. 2604


Austria, Grand Lodge of (1784) 100:200-1, 202
  AQC Database No. 2605


Austria, Grand Lodge of 96:ix
  AQC Database No. 2606


Austria, Grand Lodge of 97:8
  AQC Database No. 2607


Austria, Grand Lodge of (1919), and the Lichtenau declaration (1976), and The Catholic Church (R.C.) 89:194
  AQC Database No. 2608


Austria, National Anthem of 87:54
  AQC Database No. 2609


Austria, National Grand Lodge of (1782) 90:55, 63, 64, 65, 83; Provincial Grand Lodge of (G) (under Berlin) 65
  AQC Database No. 2610


Austria, National Grand Lodge of (1785) 87:42, 44; as the 'Landesloge' [SKA] 66
  AQC Database No. 2611


Austria, Provincial Grand Lodge of (1777), Vienna, established by Zinnendorff's National Grand Lodge [SKA] of Berlin 109:12, 16n27
  AQC Database No. 2612


Austria, Provincial Lodge (1777) of 100:200
  AQC Database No. 2613


Austria, sovereigns of: Maria Theresia & Francis I (1745-65), Joseph II (1765-90), Leopold II (1790-92), Francis II (1792-1806) 90:55-6, 60, 63-6, 80-1
  AQC Database No. 2614


Austria-Hungary, and the 'Enlightenment' (The Habsburg Empire) (18th-century), consisted broadly of the Austrian Netherlands, part of Bavaria, Bohemia, Moravia, Hungry and Austria, after defeat of the Ottoman Turks outside Vienna (1683) was the Empire expanded into part of the Balkans 109:11-3, 16n23; no fewer than 45 Lodges within the (1784) 12; Freemasonry suppressed by Joseph II's successor, and could exist only clandestinely (1790) 13
  AQC Database No. 2615


Austrian Biographical Dictionary (Österreichisches Biographisches Lexikon, 1815-1950) (1965), no academic title of Dr. Kellner 91:31
  AQC Database No. 2616


Austrian Freemasonry [OS], restricted by an Imperial Edict from Joseph II (1785) 109:40
  AQC Database No. 2617


Austrian Netherlands (under the Habsburg Empire) (18th-century), an administrative nuisance rather than a strategic advantage 109:11-12
  AQC Database No. 2618


Austrian Netherlands, Provincial Grand Lodge of (1770) [PGL], and Serving Brethren 84:104
  AQC Database No. 2619


Austrian precursor of the Quatuor Coronati Lodge. (B.H. Brough), Lodge 'True Unity' (Zur wahren Eintracht) (1790) 14:58
  AQC Database No. 2620


Austrian precursor of the Quatuor Coronati Lodge. (B.H. Brough), Lodge 'True Unity' (Zur wahren Eintracht) (1790) 13:72-6
  AQC Database No. 2621


Austrian Silesia, its annexation (1740), by Frederick II (The Great), leading to the War of the Austrian Succession (1740-48), culminating in the Seven-Years-War (1756-63), (18th-century, Germany/Prussia) 109:10
  AQC Database No. 2622


Austrian Succession, War of the (1740-48), culminating in the Seven-Years-War (1756-63), (18th-century, Germany/Prussia) 109:10
  AQC Database No. 2623


Austro-Hungarian Empire (The Habsburg Empire) (18th-century), consisted broadly of the Austrian Netherlands, part of Bavaria, Bohemia, Moravia, Hungry and Austria, after defeat of the Ottoman Turks outside Vienna (1683) was the Empire expanded into part of the Balkans 109:11-3, 16n23; no fewer than 45 Lodges within the (1784) 12; Freemasonry suppressed by Joseph II's successor, and could exist only clandestinely (1790) 13
  AQC Database No. 2624


Ausubel, Nathan; The Book of Jewish Knowledge (1964) 102:239-40
  AQC Database No. 2625


Authentic school, The (of Masonic research) (represented by; Charles Warren, Lionel Vibert, Gould, Speth, Hughan, Besant, Lafontaine, Dashwood, Songhurst, Knoop, Sadler, Carr, etc.) (AQC) 107:3, 4
  AQC Database No. 2626


Authentic school, The (schools of Masonic research and history), (Knoop, Douglas & Jones, G.P.) Masonic History, Old and New 55:285-323; Schools of Masonic History, the 'mythical/imaginative' versus the 'authentic' (Gould, Hughan, Rylands, Speth, Vibert) schools 285, 310-12
  AQC Database No. 2627


Authentische Geschichte des Freimaurer Ordens (1800) (MS.), at Danish Grand Lodge library (DDFO) [SKA], Denmark 90:277
  AQC Database No. 2628


Authors' L.3456, London 84:37 bis, 37n2, 63, 273; Transactions of the Authors' Lodge (1917) 260
  AQC Database No. 2629


Authors' L.3456; Transactions of the Authors' Lodge (1915-55), masonic Research publication 105:244; vol.5 (1930) 254
  AQC Database No. 2630


Authors' L.3456; Transactions of the Authors' Lodge (1915) 96:147
  AQC Database No. 2631


Auto-da-fé, Inquisition's (totur rack) 81:14 bis, 22-3, 25-6, 82; Coustos's 29, 68, 73, 86; list of persons for (1744) 87; pictures of 25
  AQC Database No. 2632


Auvergne, Province of (IIth Province), Scottish Grand Chapter of Savoy, Directoire de Auvergne founded by Willermoz (as the 'Most Magnificent Administrator') (1774), with the help of von Hund [OS] 109:38-9, 49n124, 72; twelve members at 'Convent des Gaules' (1778) (now as Lyon Province, with Priories in Paris, Provence/Aix and Lyon) 40; represented by de Virieu, de Savaron and Jean-Baptiste Willermoz himself (reinforced by two proxies), at the Wilhelmsbad Convent (1782) [RER] 41, 50n140
  AQC Database No. 2633


Aux Trois Globes, Lodge (1742/1760), Berlin; See also: Three Globes [3WG] (G) 109:25, 44n28,31
  AQC Database No. 2634


Auxiliator (18() (Rite of Ishmael) 85:265n2
  AQC Database No. 2635


Avalon Royal Arch Ch.446, Wells [RA] 94:8-9, 13, 14
  AQC Database No. 2636


Avasta, Parsi book of prayers [VSL] 93:215, 219
  AQC Database No. 2637


Avenir, L.100 L', (Memphis Rite), Birmingham 92:7, 8
  AQC Database No. 2638


Avery, Emmett; The London Stage; Part 2; 1700-1729. q. 93:21, 29n1-30n25,31
  AQC Database No. 2639


Avery, John, and the 'Old Dundee' organ 89:177
  AQC Database No. 2640


Avesta (Zend Avesta) q. 84:317
  AQC Database No. 2641


Avicenna L.76 (GLNF), works in English, erected in Teheran (1962), Iran 81:268
  AQC Database No. 2642


Avignon and the surrounding lands called the 'Comtat' were part of the Papal States, governed by a 'Légat', until (1789) 108:141n2; Illuminés d'Avignon (1783/86) 123, 141
  AQC Database No. 2643


Aydon, Enoch Harrison, and Mackenzie 85:257, 266
  AQC Database No. 2644


Aylmer, G.E., and York Minster 99:224
  AQC Database No. 2645


Aymon (Aynon, Apleo) 99:128, 136
  AQC Database No. 2646


Aymon, Four sons of, (Milborne, A.J.B.) Les Quatre fils Aymon 75:106-7
  AQC Database No. 2647


Aynesley, Mrs. Harriet G.M. Murray (+) (d.1898) (Murray-Aynsley), associate member of Quatuor Coronati Lodge (L.2076), (1891-98); See also: her Obituary (in AQC vol.11:165-6) 99:227
  AQC Database No. 2648


Aynesley, Mrs. Harriet G.M. Murray (+) (d.1898) (Murray-Aynsley), associate member of Quatuor Coronati Lodge (L.2076), her Obituary 11:165-6
  AQC Database No. 2649


Aynesley, Mrs. Harriet G.M. Murray (+) (d.1898) (Murray-Aynsley), associate member of Quatuor Coronati Lodge (L.2076), Hard Glaze on Stones or Marble (Temples in India) 8:32-33
  AQC Database No. 2650


Aynesley, Mrs. Harriet G.M. Murray (+) (d.1898) (Murray-Aynsley), associate member of Quatuor Coronati Lodge (L.2076), Further Lights on Sikh Initiation (India) 7:15-17, 84, 191; Masons' Mark at Orcha in Bundelkand, India (Hindu Temple) 49; Masons' Marks, India 86, 190
  AQC Database No. 2651


Aynesley, Mrs. Harriet G.M. Murray (+) (d.1898) (Murray-Aynsley), associate member of Quatuor Coronati Lodge (L.2076), Some Hammer-Legends (In Scandinavia, India, New Zealand, etc.) [SKA] 6:51-52; Consecration Crosses (Question from AQC vol.5:85, 224) 61-62
  AQC Database No. 2652


Aynesley, Mrs. Harriet G.M. Murray (+) (d.1898) (Murray-Aynsley), associate member of Quatuor Coronati Lodge (L.2076), The Tau, or Cross: A Heathen and a Christian symbol 5:81-87, 147, 224
  AQC Database No. 2653


Aynesley, Mrs. Harriet G.M. Murray (+) (d.1898) (Murray-Aynsley), associate member of Quatuor Coronati Lodge (L.2076), The Swastika (The Symbol) 4:26-30
  AQC Database No. 2654


Aynon (Aynone) 103:3, 6
  AQC Database No. 2655


Aynon (Aynone), in the Old Charges (MSS.) 102:126
  AQC Database No. 2656


Aynon (Aynone), (Anon) 95:127, 130, 162, 168-9
  AQC Database No. 2657


Aynon (Aymone), (Amon) 86:37, 63, 71, 81, 84
  AQC Database No. 2658


Ayr Advertiser, The (1814-20) 100:221-2
  AQC Database No. 2659


Ayr K.T. Encampment No.3, (E.G.E.), Scotland [KT] 97:90, 102
  AQC Database No. 2660


Ayr Operative, L.138 (SC) (1776-1880), Ayr 97:90, 98, 102, 104
  AQC Database No. 2661


Ayr Operative, L.138 (SC) (1776-1880), Ayr Royal Arch Ch.250 (SC) (formerly L.3, Early Grand Chapter) [RA], Ayr 92:197
  AQC Database No. 2662


Ayr R.A. Ch.3, (E.G.E.), Scotland [RA] 97:90 bis, 102
  AQC Database No. 2663


Ayr St. Paul L.204 (SC), Ayr 104:227
  AQC Database No. 2664


Ayrshire, Mother Kilwinning's Master to be 'ipso facto' Provincial GM (SC) of 82:306-7, 308
  AQC Database No. 2665


Ayrshire, Provincial Grand Mastership of 96:226
  AQC Database No. 2666


Ayton, Rev. William Alexander (1816-1909), and the Society of Eight (1883) (Study 'club' of alchemy) (Rosicrucian) 85:272, 272n3, 273-4
  AQC Database No. 2667


Aytoun, W.E., Professor, his fictions history on the Statutes of the Order of the Temple in Scotland [KT] 23:199
  AQC Database No. 2668


Ayyar, Sir C.P. Ramaswamy, Dewan of Travancore 92:183
  AQC Database No. 2669


Aziz Bey, his house raided by the police (Murad V), Turkey 107:231
  AQC Database No. 2670


Azzuri, M.P. (Pericle Maruzzi) 98:205
  AQC Database No. 2671


B, the 'word' 106:149
  AQC Database No. 2672


B... , 97:79
  AQC Database No. 2673


B.B.C. (BBC) Television exposure (1965) [Exposure], England, (Dewar) 82:273
  AQC Database No. 2674


B'nai B'rith (Jewish freemason society) 107:104
  AQC Database No. 2675


Ba Lodge of Fiji, L.4883 [UGL], Fiji (South Pacific) 105:176
  AQC Database No. 2676


Baal's Bridge Square 100:135
  AQC Database No. 2677


Baal's Bridge Square, antiquity of the 82:255-7, 255, 256n1
  AQC Database No. 2678


Baal's Bridge Square, antiquity of the 81:205
  AQC Database No. 2679


Baal-Hammon (the hate-filled villain, legendary), (in Phoenician and Mesopotamian regions) 107:195; Emil Bock; Kings and Prophets (1989) 197n7,8
  AQC Database No. 2680


Babadori L.157 (IC) (1908-28) in the West Africa Regiment 104:227-8
  AQC Database No. 2681


Babees Book, The (medieval) 94:168
  AQC Database No. 2682


Babler, Egon B. & Bernhart, Frank, 'The Pilgrim L.238, London, and the Schroeder Ritual' (Schröder) 76:61-9
  AQC Database No. 2683


Babler, Egon B. & Bernhart, Frank, on 'The Pilgrim L.238, London, and the Schroeder Ritual' (Schröder) (in AQC vol.76:61-9) q. 108:42
  AQC Database No. 2684


Babler, Egon B., on Bode and the Lodge Emanuel and the Lodge Absalom (G), (in AQC vol.76:64) 92:82, 95, 96n1, 103
  AQC Database No. 2685


Babylon to Jerusalem, The Return from (Hepburn) 93:203-7
  AQC Database No. 2686


Babylonian Chronicle (tablets) 82:157, 158
  AQC Database No. 2687


Babylonian Talmud, tractate Middot (n.d.), floorplan of the Temple [KST] 101:211
  AQC Database No. 2688


Babylonish Pass, degree (SC) 86:327
  AQC Database No. 2689


Babylonish Pass, degree [AMD] 89:260
  AQC Database No. 2690


Babylonish Pass; See also: Red Cross Degree (Scotland, 1869) [AMD], in a R.A. Chapter [RA] 106:176
  AQC Database No. 2691


Bacchus, Little Bush Lane, Cannon Street, London, L.169* at [PGL] (1738-1745) 39:115
  AQC Database No. 2692


Bacchus, thyrsus of (phrase for getting drunk) 109:10
  AQC Database No. 2693


Bach, Johann Christian, composer 87:248
  AQC Database No. 2694


Bachelors' Club, Tarbolton 103:214-15, 226
  AQC Database No. 2695


Background to 16 October 1646, The (Boscow), (Elias Ashmole and Mainwaring initiated at Warrington) 102:222-33
  AQC Database No. 2696


Backhouse, William (1593-1662), Rosicrucian philosopher, and Ashmole 109:156, 169, 176, 183
  AQC Database No. 2697


Backhouse, William (1593-1662), Rosicrucian philosopher, and Ashmole 97:125, 126, 145
  AQC Database No. 2698


Backhouse, William (1593-1662), Rosicrucian philosopher 95:155
  AQC Database No. 2699


Backhouse, William (1593-1662), Rosicrucian philosopher 79:240
  AQC Database No. 2700


Bacon de la Chevalerie, Jean Jacques (1731-1821), representative of 'Grande Loge des Maitres réguliers de Lyon' (Willermoz) [RER] near the Grand Orient in Paris (GOdF) (1773) 109:71, 78
  AQC Database No. 2701


Bacon de la Chevalerie, Jean Jacques (1713-1821) 101:127
  AQC Database No. 2702


Bacon, Edward, Provincial GM, Norfolk (1759-1784) 104:39 40, 48-9
  AQC Database No. 2703


Bacon, Edward, Provincial GM, Norfolk (1759-1784) 103:182
  AQC Database No. 2704


Bacon, Francis (1561-1626), philosopher of the 'Age of Enlightenment', England, Lord Chancellor (1618) to King James VI (King James I of England) 110:A14
  AQC Database No. 2705


Bacon, Francis (1561-1626), philosopher; Novum Organum (1620) 109:21, 177; Works (n.d.) 222n2
  AQC Database No. 2706


Bacon, Francis (1561-1626), philosopher, operative mason! 107:68n3
  AQC Database No. 2707


Bacon, Francis (1561-1626), philosopher, Rosicrucian! (and Queen Elizabeth I)! 97:118; New Atlantis (1627) 130n8
  AQC Database No. 2708


Bacon, Francis (1561-1626), philosopher, 1st Baron Verulam, Viscount St. Albans (1621) 95:155
  AQC Database No. 2709


Bacon, Francis (1561-1626), philosopher, on the Hiram legend 90:254; New Atlantis (1627) 255
  AQC Database No. 2710


Bacon, Francis (1561-1626), philosopher; Advancement of Learning (1605), on 'Induction' (modern science) 84:204
  AQC Database No. 2711


Bacon, George W., & Co., map-makers 102:46
  AQC Database No. 2712


Bacon, John, the elder, his monument to Thomas Langton Freke, at King's Sutton, Northants (1769) 108:22
  AQC Database No. 2713


Bacon, Roger (1214-94), philosopher, hailed by Voltaire in his 'Philosophical Letters' or 'Letters Concerning the English Nation' (1734) 109:8, 15n13
  AQC Database No. 2714


Bacon, Roger (1214-94), philosopher 99:207
  AQC Database No. 2715


Bacon, Roger (1214-94), philosopher 94:181
  AQC Database No. 2716


Bacon, Roger (1214-94), philosopher 90:255
  AQC Database No. 2717


Bacon, Roger (1214-94), philosopher; See: 'Roger Bacon as a Mystic' (Hindley, G.D.), in Metropolitan College [SRIA], Transactions (1932)
  AQC Database No. 2718


Bacon's Hotel, London 95:73
  AQC Database No. 2719


Bacon's Hotel (later Mark Masons' Hall) 89:132
  AQC Database No. 2720


Bacon's Hotel, Great Queen Street (London) 82:13, 18
  AQC Database No. 2721


Bacquet, G.Sec, France (1767) 104:99-100, 105
  AQC Database No. 2722


Bad Oeynhausen Branch, (ABF), Germany 83:280-81, 282, 283 bis
  AQC Database No. 2723


Bad Salzuflen Branch, (ABF), Germany 83:281
  AQC Database No. 2724


Baden-Baden, Grand Lodge Unity (1947) (G) 97:9
  AQC Database No. 2725


Baden, Grand Lodge of (1948) (G) 97:7
  AQC Database No. 2726


Baden-Powell lodges, listed (and the Boys 'Scout' movement) 104:256-7
  AQC Database No. 2727


Baden-Powell, Robert Stephenson Smyth, 1st Lord (1857-1941), Major-General, at the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902), founder of the 'Scout' movement (1908), no trace of as having been a freemason! 103:264
  AQC Database No. 2728


Baden-Powell, Robert Stephenson Smyth, 1st Lord (1857-1941) 104:256-7
  AQC Database No. 2729


Baden Powell, Robert Stephenson Smyth, 1st Lord (1857-1941), (founding the Boy Scouts on the Masonic model) 84:233
  AQC Database No. 2730


Baden, Wil (USA), and Folger's cipher 105:96, 102-3
  AQC Database No. 2731


Baden-Barden, August Georg von, Duke (Markgraf), his Gentleman of the Private Chamber (Kamer-Junker) Gottlieb Franz von Gugomos (1742/3-1816) 109:48n110
  AQC Database No. 2732


Badgley, William, Provincial GM, Montreal, and William Henry (1849-88) 100:187, 190
  AQC Database No. 2733


Badrdt, Dr. Karl Friedrich (1741-1792), of the German Enlightenment, co-founder of the 'secret' society, the 'German Union', Halle 109:53
  AQC Database No. 2734


Baertsoen, A. Peeters (A. Peeters-Baertsoen), Grand Orient of Belgium (GOdB), his masonic book price to be given every teen years (1879), won by R.F. Gould (1910) 103:140n2
  AQC Database No. 2735


Baffi, Pasquale (fl.1776) 93:86, 90, 92
  AQC Database No. 2736


Bagehot, Walter; The English Constitution (1867) 95:60, 69
  AQC Database No. 2737


Bagg, Stanley (1786-1853, Canada) 100:187, 190
  AQC Database No. 2738


Bagnall, Justice 108:170; his report on Masonic Charity (1971/4) to the GM [UGL] 170
  AQC Database No. 2739


Bagnall Report, the (1971/4) 95:66
  AQC Database No. 2740


Bagnall Report, the (1971/4) q. 96:89
  AQC Database No. 2741


Bagshaw, Robert, PGW (Grand Lodge of Canada) 108:92
  AQC Database No. 2742


Bagster, Samuel (fl.1833) 94:13
  AQC Database No. 2743


Bahamas, District Grand Lodge of the Bahamas and Turks [UGL], Nassau; See: Caribbean (MWG)
  AQC Database No. 2744


Bahamas, Prince Hall Grand Lodge of, [PH] (Nassau), founded (1951) 90:295
  AQC Database No. 2745


Bahamas, Prince Hall Grand Lodge of, [PH] (Nassau) 89:80, 83
  AQC Database No. 2746


Baiao, Antonio; Episodios Dramaticos (1921), 81:14 bis, 77
  AQC Database No. 2747


Baigent, Michael (b.1948) (NZ) 109:55, 66-7, 154, 167-80, 182, 184; 'Freemasonry, Hermetic Thought and the Royal Society of London' (RS) 154-87; on 'The Strict Observance' 55-6; (with B. Williamson) Sir Christopher Wren and Freemasonry: New evidence (1691) 188-190
  AQC Database No. 2748


Baigent, Michael (b.1948) (NZ), Dr. Robert Plot and his 'Trade Mystery' (RS) 107:233-5; with Richard Leigh; The Temple and the Lodge (1989) [KT] 50, 198, 200n1
  AQC Database No. 2749


Baigent, Michael (b.1948) (NZ), 'The Painting of the Judgement of Solomon at Culross 'Palace', Fife', Scotland 106:154-71; Alexander Montgomerie (10th Earl of Eglinton), and not the 'Young Pretender' (Charles Edward Stuart), was 'Knight of the Red Feather') [OS], Paris (1742) 160-1
  AQC Database No. 2750


Baigent, Michael (b.1948) & Richard Leigh; The Temple and the Lodge (1989), [KT] & (USA) 106:170n17,22
  AQC Database No. 2751


Baigent, Michael (b.1948) & Richard Leigh; The Temple and the Lodge (1989), [KT] & (USA) 105:247
  AQC Database No. 2752


Baigent, Michael (b.1948) & Richard Leigh; The Temple and the Lodge (1989), [KT] & (USA), reviewed (Gilbert) 101:254-6
  AQC Database No. 2753


Baigent, Michael (b.1948) & Richard Leigh & Henry Lincoln; The Messianic Legacy (1986); The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail (1982), (The mystery of the Knights Templar and the descendant of Jesus) [KT], (the mystery of 'Rennes-le-Château', France) 104:259
  AQC Database No. 2754


Baigent, Michael (b.1948) & Richard Leigh & Henry Lincoln; The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail (1982), (The mystery of the Knights Templar and the descendant of Jesus) [KT] 94:218; reviewed (Jackson) 219-20
  AQC Database No. 2755


Bailey, C.T.B.; Knives and Forks (1927), on the introduction and use of, made in Sheffield in Chaucer's days 90:290
  AQC Database No. 2756


Bailey, Francis, member of three of the Four Old Lodges (1717), London 81:325
  AQC Database No. 2757


Bailey, W.K., GM, Canada (1972) 97:172
  AQC Database No. 2758


Baillie, Alexander, Merchant in Glasgow, admitted L.0 (1733), Scotland 82:300
  AQC Database No. 2759


Baillieu, Hon. Edward Latham, Deputy GM [UGL] (1982) q. 101:143
  AQC Database No. 2760


Baillieu, Hon. Edward Latham, Deputy GM [UGL] (1982) 99:vii
  AQC Database No. 2761


Baillieu, Hon. Edward Latham, Deputy GM [UGL] (1982) 97:225 bis
  AQC Database No. 2762


Bain, Ebenezer; Merchant and Craft Guilds, a History of the Aberdeen Incorporated Trades (1887), (on James Anderson, etc.), reviewed (Gould) 2:165-68
  AQC Database No. 2763


Bain, G.W. (Leeds); See: Bain MS. (1670-1680) [D.a.39.] (Grand Lodge Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family)
  AQC Database No. 2764


Bain MS. (1670-1680) [D.a.39.] (Grand Lodge Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 103:113
  AQC Database No. 2765


Bain MS. (1670-1680) [D.a.39.] (Grand Lodge Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 100:151
  AQC Database No. 2766


Bain MS. (1670-1680) [D.a.39.] (Grand Lodge Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 95:161
  AQC Database No. 2767


Bain MS. (1670-1680) [D.a.39.] (Grand Lodge Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 94:21-9 passim, 38, 40, 110
  AQC Database No. 2768


Bain MS. (1650-1700) [D.a.39.] (Grand Lodge Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 90:151, 169
  AQC Database No. 2769


Bain MS. (1650-1700) [D.a.39.] (Grand Lodge Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family), (Baxter, R.H.) The Old Charges and the Ritual 31:33-55; location, and where reproduced 40-44
  AQC Database No. 2770


Bain MS. (1670-1680) [D.a.39.] (Grand Lodge Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family), (Hughan, W.J.) The Bain MS. (1670-80) 20:249-68
  AQC Database No. 2771


Bain Reprint No.2. (1892), with facsimile of 'Long Livers, a Curious History ...' (1722), (Bain & Gould), reviewed (Speth) 5:115
  AQC Database No. 2772


Bain, Walter; Mason, Master (WM) of Ancient L.49 (1781-3, 1790-1) (SC), Dundee 93:178
  AQC Database No. 2773


Baja California, Grand Lodge of (Mexico) 89:192
  AQC Database No. 2774


Baker, A.W.; Freemasonry, One of the Anti-Christs (1947) 95:11; Freemasonry and its Secrets (1946) q.11
  AQC Database No. 2775


Baker, Brackstone, his letter to 'The Freemason' (1888), in 'Notes on the Ceremony of Installation' (1889) (Sadler) 85:158, 158n2
  AQC Database No. 2776


Baker, Brian; on 'The Church of Rome' (Read) 104:87-8, 90-1; on 'Politics and Freemasonry' (Newman) 104:47-8, 50
  AQC Database No. 2777


Baker, Bryant, sculptor 88:183-4
  AQC Database No. 2778


Baker, D.G., master (WM) (1936, 1950) and Sec. of Zetland L.1157 [UGL], Alexandria, Egypt 82:53
  AQC Database No. 2779


Baker, Fotherley, Deputy GM [PGL] (1747-51) 90:168
  AQC Database No. 2780


Baker, Mrs. Caroline, (Moss, W.E.) Mrs. Caroline Baker 54:116-17
  AQC Database No. 2781


Baker, Mrs. Josephine, member of [COF], France 76:212
  AQC Database No. 2782


Baker MS. (n.d.) [X.2.] (Missing MSS.) 99:142
  AQC Database No. 2783


Baker MS. (n.d.) [X.2.] (Missing MSS.) (Baker's MS.) 31:41
  AQC Database No. 2784


Baker, Philip, his Grand Lodge Certificate (1812) [PGL], of Castle L.25* (erased 1854), meeting at the Ship Tavern, Water Lane, Tower Street, London; joining a Spanish Lodge at Santa Cruz, Teneriffe, Canary Islands (1822) 82:221
  AQC Database No. 2785


Baker's dozen, a (origin) 90:142
  AQC Database No. 2786


Bakonnine, Michael 92:13n30
  AQC Database No. 2787


Bakounine, Tatiana; Répertoire biographiqtle des francs-maçons russes (1967, repr.) 84:247-57 passim
  AQC Database No. 2788


Balász, Dr. Eva H. (Budapest), member of the non-masonic study group at Luneburg in Hanover (PhD), symposium (1976) 92:210; Beforderung der Aufklärung in Mittel- und Osteuropa Freimaurer, Gesellschaften, Clubs (1979) (ed., Balász, Eva H. & Hammermayer, Ludwig), reviewed (Solf) 210
  AQC Database No. 2789


Balcarres, Lord, Scottish alchemist 109:159, 167, 185
  AQC Database No. 2790


Balcarres, Lord Lindsay of (d.1641) 97:124, 139, 142, 149
  AQC Database No. 2791


Baldi, Ernesto; L'Alba - La Prima Loggia Massonica a Firenze ... (1959) 105:131
  AQC Database No. 2792


Balduin zur Linde, Lodge, Leipzig 92:98
  AQC Database No. 2793


Baldwin, 9th Count of Flanders (1171-1205), Emperor (1204) of Constantinople 91:70
  AQC Database No. 2794


Baldwin, H.T., his enquiry (1864) on printed rituals 86:158
  AQC Database No. 2795


Baldwyn Encampment (Bristol), (Tuckett, J.E.S.) The Earliest Baldwyn Knights Templar Certificate [KT] 24:285-9
  AQC Database No. 2796


Baldwyn Encampment (Bristol), (Yarker, John) The High Grades in Bristol and Bath 17:88-90
  AQC Database No. 2797


Baldwyn II, King of Jerusalem (1118-31) 91:51
  AQC Database No. 2798


Baldwyn Rite, Baldwin (Bristol) 109:193; Yarker and the [A&ASR] (EC), Mandleberg; Ancient and Accepted Rite (1995) 200n11,13
  AQC Database No. 2799


Baldwyn Rite, The, of Seven Degrees Time Immemorial, Bristol (1791) [KT]/[A&ASR] 91:138, 142, 151
  AQC Database No. 2800


Baldwyn Rite (Bristol), provincial order of the 84:311
  AQC Database No. 2801


Baldwyn Rite, (Ward, Eric) The Baldwyn Rite - an impartial survey 71:28-46; its Charter of Compact - Knights Templar [KT] (Transcript) 45-6
  AQC Database No. 2802


Baliol, John, King of Scotland (1292-6) 99:62
  AQC Database No. 2803


Ball, Capt. Alexander, (RN), and the Order of St. John [KH] (Hospitallers) (1790s), Malta 91:63
  AQC Database No. 2804


Ball, Capt. Alexander, (RN), British Civil Commisioner of Malta (c.1803) 83:85, 85n7, 87, 88, 87n3
  AQC Database No. 2805


Ball, Capt. Alexander, (RN), "Admiral Sir William Sydney Smith" (Hills) 30:100n
  AQC Database No. 2806


Ball, Charles James+ (b.1850), Master (WM) of Quatuor Coronati L.2076 (1894) 103:262
  AQC Database No. 2807


Ball, Charles James+ (b.1850), Resigned from Q.C. L.2076 (1909) 97:194
  AQC Database No. 2808


Ball, Charles James+ (b.1850) Rev., his resignation (1909) 22:2
  AQC Database No. 2809


Ball, Charles James+ (b.1850), his Biography and Installation as Master (WM) of (L.2076) 7:203-4; Inaugural Address (1894), Quid Hic Agis, Elia? (A masonic poem) 197-199
  AQC Database No. 2810


Ball, Charles James+ (b.1850), The Proper Names and Masonic Tradition, A Philological Study 5:136-41
  AQC Database No. 2811


Ball, Charles James+ (b.1850), his Biography 1:50
  AQC Database No. 2812


Ball, Hugo, on "Chevalier Ramsay" 81:311-2, 314-5
  AQC Database No. 2813


Ball, Papillon (fl.1724) 94:122-3, 142
  AQC Database No. 2814


Ball, Tom (Texas) 104:256
  AQC Database No. 2815


Ball, Tom (Texas), on Lord Baden-Powell (Smyth, F.) 103:263
  AQC Database No. 2816


Ball, William, Provincial GM [AGL] (A), Pennsylvania (1761-82) (USA) 107:216
  AQC Database No. 2817


Ball, William, Provincial GM [AGL] (A), Pennsylvania (1761-82) (USA) 90:222, 224, 226, 228
  AQC Database No. 2818


Ballaguy, Jean-Marie (Memphis Rite) 92:12n29
  AQC Database No. 2819


Ballantyne, John (fl.1787) masonic friend of Robert Burn 103:221
  AQC Database No. 2820


Ballarat, Memphis Lodge at (1860s), Victoria, Australia 85:245n3
  AQC Database No. 2821


Ballard, Edward (Rio de Janeiro, 1849) 102:156
  AQC Database No. 2822


balloting 99:217-19, 219-20
  AQC Database No. 2823


Ballots, (Malczovich, Ladislas de) The Ballot in, and the organization of, the Grand Lodge of Hungary 3:87-8
  AQC Database No. 2824


Ballygawley, Ireland, (Robinson, John) An old and curious Senior Warden's Jewel of L.679, Ballygawley, Co. Tyrone, (in AQC vol.9:158), and L.727 (IC) at Ballygawley (1806) 10:65
  AQC Database No. 2825


Balmforth, Joseph, a Wakefield Tyler 90:211
  AQC Database No. 2826


Balsamo, Joseph (1743-1795) (Josef), as (Cagliostro, Count Alexander), Masonic victim of Holy Office (1789) (Inquisition) (R.C.), Rome 94:43, 233
  AQC Database No. 2827


Balsamo, Joseph (1743-1795) (Josef), as (Cagliostro, Count Alexander), Masonic victim of Holy Office (1789) (Inquisition) (R.C.), Rome 93:90
  AQC Database No. 2828


Balsamo, Joseph (1743-1795) (Josef); See also: Cagliostro, Count Alexander) 88:177
  AQC Database No. 2829


Balsamo, Joseph (1743-1795); See also: Cagliostro, Count Alexander, (Alessandro di), Masonic victim of Holy Office (1789) (Inquisition) (R.C.), Rome 81:9, 83
  AQC Database No. 2830


Balter, Brian, 'The Tyler and the Lodge Summons', (N.B. Spencer Award) [NS] for (1989) 103:174-91; on 'The Dist Grand Lodge of the Punjab' (Khambatta) 76, 77; on 'Further Views' (Markham) 118-19, 122; on 'The Role of Bibliography' (Gilbert) 145, 147-8
  AQC Database No. 2831


Baltimore, Charles Calvert, 5th Lord, his initiation (1730) 99:198
  AQC Database No. 2832


Baltimore Convention (1843), elimination of reference to the 'Star of Bethlehem' (from the original Webb manuals, ritus) (USA) 97:157
  AQC Database No. 2833


Bampfylde, Sir Charles Warwick (Bart, M.P.), Provincial GM, Devon (1775-1823) 85:4; See also: (in AQC vol.71:14) 4n2
  AQC Database No. 2834


Bampfylde, Sir Charles Warwick, (Oliver, B.W.) Birth of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Devon 71:14-25
  AQC Database No. 2835


ban, on brethren of German, Austrian, Hungarian or Turkish birth (1916-1928), in England by the United Grand Lodge (World War); See: United Grand Lodge of England, Domestic affairs (1916-1928) [UGL]
  AQC Database No. 2836


Banbridge, Co. Down, L.526 (IC) at 90:22
  AQC Database No. 2837


Banbury, L.181* (1740-68) at the 'White Lion' 103:145-6
  AQC Database No. 2838


Bancks, John (d.1653), his two volume work in verse and prose (1739), 'smut' from (1720s); Genius of Masonry Descend (song) (c.1738); See also: his Will and Old Charge (in AQC vol.38:105, 309) 107:37
  AQC Database No. 2839


Bancks, Richard (d.1653), Master of the Masons' Company (1647), his will and 'Old Charge' (Geo. W. Bullamore) 38:105, 309
  AQC Database No. 2840


Bandon (Co. Cork), Old Lodge at, its Tyler 82:319-20
  AQC Database No. 2841


Bandsept, ... (Memphis Rite) 92:8, 13n31
  AQC Database No. 2842


Bank of England foundation stone, the (1732) 96:115, 130-1, 136, 139
  AQC Database No. 2843


Bank of England foundation stone, the (1732) 94:2
  AQC Database No. 2844


Bank of England, (Daynes, G.W.) A Masonic Foundation Stone at the Bank of England 41:160-2
  AQC Database No. 2845


Bank of England L.263, London (fl.1830-1) 106:70; 86n22
  AQC Database No. 2846


Bank of England L.263, London 102:134, 141, 145, 150n10
  AQC Database No. 2847


Bank of England L.263, London 98:33 bis
  AQC Database No. 2848


Bank of England L.263, London, founded (1788) [PGL], (formerly L.329*) 39:116
  AQC Database No. 2849


Bank of England L.263, London, Leonidas Caldesi, init. (1862), Master (WM) of in (1867), as a Royal Photographer 107:123
  AQC Database No. 2850


Bank of England Lodge ... 1788-1931, The (1932) (Pope, Stephen A.), (L.263) 106:86n22
  AQC Database No. 2851


Bankoku Shimbun (Japanese-language newspaper) by John R. Black, British journalist 107:87
  AQC Database No. 2852


Banks, Joseph, British scientist/botanist (RS), (member of James Cook's first pacific and Australia exploration, 1768-71) 104:17
  AQC Database No. 2853


Banks, William, and the Deptford MSS. (St. George, c.1819) [RA] 95:44
  AQC Database No. 2854


Banks, William (fl.1786) 93:184
  AQC Database No. 2855


Banks, William, and the Deptford MSS. (St. George, c.1819) [RA] 91:156, 158, 166, 167
  AQC Database No. 2856


Bannatyne Club, the (1830), publisher of; A Relation of ... Affairs of the Kirk (1637) (John Rothes) 85:218, 220
  AQC Database No. 2857


Banner, H.S.; These Men Were Masons (n.d.) 76:136
  AQC Database No. 2858


Banner, H.S.; These Men Were Masons (n.d.), (On ten Masonic worthy: Hogarth; Franklin; Mozart; Burns; Washington; Raffles; Goethe; Scott; Kitchener; King Edward VII), on the suggested Masonic Reading List (Draffen) 71:7
  AQC Database No. 2859


Banner, the Lodge (Read) 102:211-13
  AQC Database No. 2860


banners (ensigns), Royal Arch [RA] 94:7-14
  AQC Database No. 2861


Banners, Royal Arch, (Carr, Harry) The Royal Arch Bamners 78:231-4
  AQC Database No. 2862


Banners, Royal Arch, (Carr, Harry) The Royal Arch Bamners 77:290-5
  AQC Database No. 2863


Bannockburn, the battel at (1313); See: Robert the Bruce (Scotland), and legends of the [ROS] & [KT]
  AQC Database No. 2864


Banqueting House, Whitehall (1619-22), by Inigo Jones 82:37-8
  AQC Database No. 2865


Baphomet, also known as 'Mahomet', in Starck's ritual represented by a bearded face [HG]/[OS]/[KT]/[SKA] 109:47n74
  AQC Database No. 2866


Bar-Ner, Joseph, G.Sec. Grand Lodge of the State of Israel (1967), The Order of Freemasons in Israel 80:275-7
  AQC Database No. 2867


Barailh, de (WM) (1761) of military Lodge La Parfaite Union, Nya-Älfsborg, Sweden [SKA] 102:129-30
  AQC Database No. 2868


Barailh, du (or de) (WM) (1759) of Lodge La Parfaite Union, Nya-Älfsborg, Sweden [SKA] 104:119
  AQC Database No. 2869


Barbadoes (Rum); See also: Jamaica (Rum) 106:51, 55, 62
  AQC Database No. 2870


Barbados, District Grand Lodge of [UGL] & (SC), Bridgetown; See: Caribbean (MWG)
  AQC Database No. 2871


Barbados, Provincial Grand Lodge (IC) of (1823), and [PH] 88:203
  AQC Database No. 2872


Barbarossa, Frederick I (c.1123-1190), Emperor (1152-1190), (Germany) 109:25
  AQC Database No. 2873


Barber, Malcolm; The Military Orders (Fighting for the Faith and Caring for the Sick) (1994), (Ed.), [KT]/[KH]/(German Teutonic)/(Spanish Order)/(Perception), reviewed (Scanlan, Matthew) 108:246-7
  AQC Database No. 2874


Barber Surgeons, Company of 85:298; members of, named in early Grand Lodge Minutes, (1723-30) (First Two Minute Books) [PGL] 307-11; See also: Songhurst, W.J., ed.; Quatuor Coronati Antigrapha (QCA Vol.X) (1913), (Reprint of First Two Minute Books, Grand Lodge, 1723-39)
  AQC Database No. 2875


Barbier, Journal de l'Avocat (1737), with the first convincing evidence of 'Ecossais' [HG]/[AMD] on the continent of Europe; See also: (in AQC vol.32:27) 94:233
  AQC Database No. 2876


Barbieri, Gian-Francesco ('Guercino', 1591-1666), artist 103:256-7
  AQC Database No. 2877


Barboza de la Torre, Pedro A., (33() [A&ASR], scholar 90:238 bis, 239, 241, 245
  AQC Database No. 2878


Barbu Mr. (Coustos's brother-in-law), letter to from Lisbon (17431) 81:23
  AQC Database No. 2879


Barbut, James, Esq., subscriber to the Hall-Loan [PGL] (1779/1787) 82:29
  AQC Database No. 2880


Barcia, Augusto; San Martin y la logia Lautaro (1950), (South America), reviewed (Lepper, J.H.) 64:81-82
  AQC Database No. 2881


Barclay-Harvey, Sir Charles, GM (SAC), South Australia (1941-3), GMM (SC) (1949-53) Scotland 105:241
  AQC Database No. 2882


Bard of Avon L.778, Twickenham 101:viii
  AQC Database No. 2883


Bards, Ovates and Druids, Order of 100:125
  AQC Database No. 2884


Barenboim, Daniel, pianist 87:62
  AQC Database No. 2885


Barff, C.A., shipbroker (1893) (Corfu), letter to G.Sec. [UGL] 106:218
  AQC Database No. 2886


Barfoot, Archbishop Walter, a mason 'at sight' (1946) 99:200-1
  AQC Database No. 2887


Baring-Gould, S., 'On Foundations' (Murray's Magazine, 1887) 89:140-50 passim, q.154, 155, 161n9,14-18 passim; 'On Gables' (Murray's Magazine, 1887) 153, 155, 161n2-7,11,13,35-6 passim
  AQC Database No. 2888


Barkai Lodge No.17 (L.17) (Israel) Jaffa, formerly Lodge 'Le Port du Temple de Salomon' (French) (1891), as Lodge 'L'Aurore' (1906) 80:275
  AQC Database No. 2889


Barkai Lodge No.17 (L.17) (Israel), Tel-Aviv 89:211
  AQC Database No. 2890


Barker, A. Trevor, ed.; The Complete Works of H.P. Blavatzky (1933), Theosophical and [COF] 85:295
  AQC Database No. 2891


Barker Bible, The (1599) [VSL], its title-page (of the "twenty-four Elders") 82:282, 283
  AQC Database No. 2892


Barker, Christopher (fl. c.1599), and Robert (fl.1602), the 'Barker Bibles' [VSL] 94:7
  AQC Database No. 2893


Barker MS. (c.1800) [X.2.] (Missing MSS.), or (Prudence MS.) [RA] (Ritual) q. 96:59
  AQC Database No. 2894


Barker MS. (c.1808) [X.2.] (Missing MSS.), or (Prudence MS.) [RA] (Ritual) 95:39, 42, 46, 52
  AQC Database No. 2895


Barker, Ralph, of L.466, and the Liverpool Rebellion [WGL] (1821) 85:31, 36-8 passim, 40, 45-6, 52
  AQC Database No. 2896


Barker, Thomas Lincolne, of Ipswich 95:46, 52
  AQC Database No. 2897


Barker, William, subscriber to the Hall-Loan [PGL] (1779/1787) 82:29
  AQC Database No. 2898


Barker's; Wolverhampton Trade Directory and Guide (1887) 108:185n13
  AQC Database No. 2899


Barkingridge, New Jersey, Lodge (1767) at 90:226
  AQC Database No. 2900


Barlaeus, Caspar, his writing about the new anatomy theatre at Amsterdan (c.1645), (and Ashmole's diary, 1649) 108:25; Poemata (1645-6) 25
  AQC Database No. 2901


Barley, M.W.; Lincolnshire and the Fens (1952) q. 103:88
  AQC Database No. 2902


Barlow, Dr. William (d.1915), A Curious Historical Error, in Ahiman Rezon (1812) (Alfred the Great & 'Bede' at Mayo and in Ireland) 10:59-60, 195-6
  AQC Database No. 2903


Barlow, Dr. William (d.1915), A Curious Historical Error, in Ahiman Rezon (1812) (Alfred the Great & 'Bede' at Mayo and in Ireland) 9:153-6
  AQC Database No. 2904


Barlow, Dr. William (d.1915); Dr. Barlow's Valedictory Address (1891), Master (WM) of St. Alban L.38, Past Deputy GM (SA), Adelaide, South Australia, reviewed (Gould) 5:55-57
  AQC Database No. 2905


Barnard Castle, L.406* (1770-1838) [PGL], later L.231* of Concord, at 105:69, 88, 92
  AQC Database No. 2906


Barnard Castle, L.406* (1770-1838) at 102:214
  AQC Database No. 2907


Barnard, David; Light on Masonry (1829) [Exposure] (USA); See: Blue Friar Lecture (1998) (Morris) [TPS]
  AQC Database No. 2908


Barnard, Lord Henry Cecil, References to Freemasonry in Dodsley's Annual Register; See also: Lambton Lodge (L.375) (1909) (in AQC vol.22:193, 196) 28:59
  AQC Database No. 2909


Barnard, Lord, T.D., Provincial GM [UGL] (Durham), on the Lambton Lodge Medal 109:137
  AQC Database No. 2910


Barnato L.2265, London 105:174
  AQC Database No. 2911


Barnato L.2265, and Royal Arch Ch.2265 [RA] 95:223
  AQC Database No. 2912


Barne, Rt. Rev. George D., District GM [UGL], Punjab (1932-49) 103:69
  AQC Database No. 2913


Barnes, John (fl.1845), of Mount Calvary 98:190
  AQC Database No. 2914


Barnett, Arthur W., Provincial GM (GLNF), Lutèce (France) 98:213
  AQC Database No. 2915


Barnett, Arthur W., Provincial GM (GLNF), Lutèce 94:244
  AQC Database No. 2916


Barnett, Arthur W., Provincial GM (GLNF), Lutèce; Étre Franc-Maçon (Fontaine), reviewed by 91:218
  AQC Database No. 2917


Barnett, Arthur W., Provincial GM (GLNF), Lutèce; Hypnose (Mellor, 1978) reviewed by 90:261
  AQC Database No. 2918


Barnett, Arthur W., Provincial GM (GLNF), Lutèce; Les Grand Problèmes de la Franc-maçonnerie Aujourd'hui (Mellor), reviewed by 89:190-1
  AQC Database No. 2919


Barnett, Arthur W., Provincial GM (GLNF), Lutèce; Les Mythes Maçonniques (Mellor), reviewed by 87:215-16
  AQC Database No. 2920


Barnett, Arthur W., Provincial GM (GLNF), Lutèce; A Vindication of French Regular Freemasonry (1968), (Baylot), translator of 82:259
  AQC Database No. 2921


Barnett, Rev. Matthew, Deputy Provincial GM, Lincolnshire (1813-1833) 98:31
  AQC Database No. 2922


Barnett, Rev. Matthew, Deputy Provincial GM, Lincolnshire (1813-1833) 85:357n1
  AQC Database No. 2923


Barnett, T.J.; History of the Lodge of Honour (1896) (L.526), Wolverhampton 108:176, 185n8
  AQC Database No. 2924


Barnett, Thomas Jackson; History of the Lodge of Homour (L.526), held at Wolverhampton. (1896), reviewed 9:171
  AQC Database No. 2925


Barnewall, Comte de, founded Ecossais lodge 'Saint Jean Ancienne' (1745), Toulouse (France) 107:170
  AQC Database No. 2926


Barney, John (1780-1847), masonic lecturers trained by Webb & Cross (USA); See: Morris, Dr. S. Brent; "The High Degrees in the United States: 1730-1830" (The Blue Friar Lecture) (1998) [TPS]
  AQC Database No. 2927


Barnsby, G.J.; Social Conditions in the Black Country, 1800-1900. (1980), (Masonic Recruitment and Barnsby Index of Business Activity 1834-1866.), (list), Wolverhampton 108:179, 185n11,14-16
  AQC Database No. 2928


Barnsley, 'L.557' (spurious) at [WGL] 90:1-25, 163; its by-laws 17-18; its joining brethren 21-2; its members listed 34-6; a Tracing-Board described [TB] 21; its visitors 22-3
  AQC Database No. 2929


Barnsley, L.199 [AGL] (A) at 90:1, 155
  AQC Database No. 2930


Barnsley, R.A. Chapter [RA] (spurious) at [WGL] 90:25-8
  AQC Database No. 2931


Barnsley, The Spurious Lodge and Chapter at (Read) [WGL] 90:1-36
  AQC Database No. 2932


Barnstaple Masonie Hall 102:38
  AQC Database No. 2933


Barrett, Dr. William Alexander (1836-1891), on 'Masonic Musicians' and Matthew Birkhead (in AQC vol.4:91-2) 105:192
  AQC Database No. 2934


Barrett, Dr. William Alexander (1836-1891), 'Masonic Musicians' (in AQC vol.4:95) 89:181n44
  AQC Database No. 2935


Barrett, Dr. William Alexander (1836-1891), Grand Organist [UGL] (1888), Masonic musicians 4:90-6; his Obituary 247
  AQC Database No. 2936


Barrett, J.E., 'A Farnily of Six Masonic Charts' 105:138-54
  AQC Database No. 2937


Barrett, Leonard Middleton; History of the Lambton L.375 (1974) 109:131, 140, 150
  AQC Database No. 2938


Barrett, Sir W.F., q. 100:22
  AQC Database No. 2939


Barrington-Baker, Lt.-Col. F., first President of the Association of British Freemasons in Germany (1949) 83:280, 283, 299
  AQC Database No. 2940


Barrington, Hon. Daines (1727-1800), antiquarian 92:66, q.69-70, 81
  AQC Database No. 2941


Barrois, Charles (1863-1929), Architect, init. (1912), GM (GLNF) (1929), France; See: France (1913), Grand Loge National Française (GLNF) / La Grande Loge National et Independante et Régulière pour la France et les Colonies (GLINR)
  AQC Database No. 2942


Barron, Edward Jackson (1827-1918), init. Antiquity L.2 (1857) Sec. (1865-1907), JGD [UGL] (1876), (BGP) (1870), his Obituary 31:155
  AQC Database No. 2943


Barron, Edward Jackson (1827-1918), 'The Daily Courant' (1722), on 'Dr. Desagulier and an Engine for Raising Water' 15:61; Freemasonry in (1722), letter from Dr. William Stratford to Lord Harley/2nd Earl of Oxford, on laying of foundation stone 61-3; Masonic Symbols on Tombstones (Some Darlington Gravestones) 195-196
  AQC Database No. 2944


Barron, Edward Jackson (1827-1918), Gibbon the Historian (Lausanne), in 'Historie Studies in Vaud, Berne and Savoy' by General Meredith Read (c.1890s) 10:162
  AQC Database No. 2945


Barron, Edward Jackson (1827-1918), Death and the Freemason 8:240-51
  AQC Database No. 2946


Barrs, F., and the Münster Lodge box 83:277
  AQC Database No. 2947


Barrueco, Juan Nepomuceno (fl.1811-22 Cartagena) 104:169, 171
  AQC Database No. 2948


Barruel, Abbé Augustin de (1741-1821), (Bareul) (SJ), (anti-masonic writer?); Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire du Jacobinisme (1799), (his conspiracy theory, blaming Freemasons or Jews for the european revolutions; See also: The Romances of John Robinson and Augustin de Barruel (in AQC vol.50:31-69) 102:247-8
  AQC Database No. 2949


Barruel, Abbé Augustin de (1741-1821) 101:150, 157; Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire du Jacobinisme (1797) 136, 140, 234
  AQC Database No. 2950


Barruel, Abbé Augustin de (1741-1821) 104:209; Mémoires pour servir à l'Histoire du Jacobinisme (1803) 121, 123, 126-7, 128n4, 129
  AQC Database No. 2951


Barruel, Abbé Augustin de (1741-1821) 95:23; Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire du Jacobinisme (1797-8) 23, 35n5,6,8
  AQC Database No. 2952


Barruel, Abbé Augustin de (1741-1821) 97:108, 111, 114n3,4; Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire du Jacobinisme (1797) 107
  AQC Database No. 2953


Barruel, Abbé Augustin de (1741-1821); Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire du Jacobinisme (1797) 99:157
  AQC Database No. 2954


Barruel, Abbé Augustin de (1741-1821); Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire du Jacobinisme (1797) 93:41n7, 43
  AQC Database No. 2955


Barruel, Abbé Augustin de (1741-1821); Mémoires pour servir á l'Histoire du Jacobinisme (1798) 87:235-6
  AQC Database No. 2956


Barruel, Abbé Augustin de (1741-1821); Memoirs pour servir à l'histoire du Jacobinisme (1797), translation by the Hon Robert Clifford, London (1798) 108:191, 194n
  AQC Database No. 2957


Barruel, Abbé Augustin de (1742-1821) (Augustus), (Firminger, W.K.) The Romances of Robison and Barruel 50:31-69
  AQC Database No. 2958


Barruel, Abbé Augustin de (1742-1821); Mémoires pour servir à l'Histoire du Jacobinisme (1797) 89:64
  AQC Database No. 2959


Barry, Elizabeth (1658-1713), talented actress mentioned by Colley Cibber; See: (Joseph Knight, in DNB vol.3:317-9) (1885) 107:29
  AQC Database No. 2960


Barry L.2357, Barry 105:181
  AQC Database No. 2961


Barsae (or Phrigaleia), temple at 82:43
  AQC Database No. 2962


Barth, Rudolf, and Theodor Reuss 91:35
  AQC Database No. 2963


Barthelmess (b.1820) (Germany), of Lodge Pythagoras, New York (1852) (USA), his essays on the bibliography of Freemasonry in America (1856) 103:144
  AQC Database No. 2964


Bartholomew, Michael; The Enlightenment, Studies I & II. (The Open University, Course A206) (1922), eds., with; Hall, Denise; Lentin, Anthony 109:15n5,12-3, 16
  AQC Database No. 2965


Bartholomew of Cotton; Historia Anglicana (c.1292) 99:60
  AQC Database No. 2966


Bartier, John (Belgium) 100:79
  AQC Database No. 2967


Bartlett, Dr. J., GM (USA), Massachusetts (1802), on constituting lodges and installation, in open ceremonies (1802) q. 84:224
  AQC Database No. 2968


Bartolozzi, Francesco, (engraver), of the Frontispiece to the Constitutions Book, the Hall Medal to (1785) [PGL] 82:25n2
  AQC Database No. 2969


Bartolozzi, Francesco (famed Italian artist), engraver of the frontispiece to the (Moderns) Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL] 102:36, 36
  AQC Database No. 2970


Bartolozzi, Francesco (fl.1785) (Bartoli ?), engraver 87:247
  AQC Database No. 2971


Bartolozzi, Francis (Francesco), engraver 92:54
  AQC Database No. 2972


Barton L.10* (Upper Canada, now L.6, Canada), Hamilton 97:171
  AQC Database No. 2973


Barton, Peter F.; Ignaz Aurelius Fessler, 1756-1839. (1969) 92:97n8
  AQC Database No. 2974


Barton Wilson MS. (1859) (Emulation Ritual); See also: Wilson MS. Ritual (1859) 83:12, 12n6, 14, 17, 21, 34
  AQC Database No. 2975


Basic Principles for Grand Lodge Recognition (1929), in the 'Book of Constitutions' (1984) [UGL] 103:155
  AQC Database No. 2976


Basic Principles for Grand Lodge Recognition (1929), and the 'Aims and Relationship', released to the press (1938), [UGL] 101:155
  AQC Database No. 2977


Basic Principles for Grand Lodge Recognition (1929) [UGL] 88:85, 86, 90
  AQC Database No. 2978


Basic Principles for Grand Lodge Recognition (1929) 86:114, 129-30, 133, 144
  AQC Database No. 2979


Basic Principles of the Craft (1929) (Landmarks) 90:87
  AQC Database No. 2980


Basil the Great, St. (330-70) 103:193, q.201n24
  AQC Database No. 2981


Baskerville, Geoffrey; English Monks and the suppression of the monasteries (1937) 106:31
  AQC Database No. 2982


Baskett, S.R. (Dorset) 91:6-7
  AQC Database No. 2983


Baskett, S.R., paper on 'Is reform of Grand Lodge practicable or desirable?' in Transaction (1909-11) of the Dorset Masters L.3366 (research) 24:293
  AQC Database No. 2984


Basset horn, the 87:43-4, 45-6, 49
  AQC Database No. 2985


Basseterre L.174*, St. Christopher 85:40, 56-7, 58
  AQC Database No. 2986


Basson, Godfrey (Leyden), publisher 97:136
  AQC Database No. 2987


Bassou, André, & Jean-Pierre Lassalle; Cahiers de la Grande Loge Provinciale d'Occitanie (1985) 101:129
  AQC Database No. 2988


Bassus, Thomas Franz Maria (fl.1782), of the Illuminati 100:201
  AQC Database No. 2989


Bastide, Lewis (fl.1761) 101:31
  AQC Database No. 2990


Bastrup, Henning (b.1934), init. (1973), (R&K) (1994), Provincial GM [SKA] (1994-) (Odense, Jylland Syd/Fyn) (PMO/PLO)/(DDFO) (Scandinavian Rite, Denmark); See: Denmark (DDSL)/(DDFO)[SKA]
  AQC Database No. 2991


Basutoland (now Maseru) L.2835, Ladybrand, South Africa 97:30
  AQC Database No. 2992


Bataille, Dr. (pseud. for Dr. Charles Hacks), anti-mason 102:173-4
  AQC Database No. 2993


Bataille, Dr.; See also: Hacks, Dr. Charles (pseud. 'Dr. Bataille'); Le Diable au XIXe Siècle (1892-4) 99:91
  AQC Database No. 2994


Batavia (Djakarta, Indonesia), freemasons (E.E. Austin) as 'POW' tortured by the Japanese in (1942) 107:96; Isaac Titsingh, of (Dutch East India Company), init. at (1772) 85
  AQC Database No. 2995


Batavia (now Jakarta), the Dutch in (Java) (1811), (Indonesia) 104:3-5, 19-20
  AQC Database No. 2996


Batavia Advocate, the (periodical), Batavia, N.Y. (USA) (1826 and The 'Morgan' affair) 106:139
  AQC Database No. 2997


Batavia L.475 (NY), Batavia, New York (USA) 105:229
  AQC Database No. 2998


Batchelor, Dr. James Cunningham (1818-1893), Grand Commander (33() S.G.C. [A&ASR] (1891-93) (SMJ) (USA); See also: G.Sec. (USA) Louisiana (in AQC vol.10:4) 6:191
  AQC Database No. 2999


Batchelor, Rev. John (book on; Japanese aboriginal race, custom of saying 'Grace') q. 96:200-1
  AQC Database No. 3000


Bate, Osborn Hambrook (d.1919) (Osborn Hammond Bate), Past Provincial GM, South Africa (N.C.), [SRIA] (1917), q. 99:117; See also: his Obituary (in AQC vol.32:176)
  AQC Database No. 3001


Bate, Osborn Hambrook (d.1919); Some Notes on South African Masonic History (1907), reviewed 20:359-61
  AQC Database No. 3002


Bates, Anderson; History of Freemasonry in Grimsby (1892), (L.792), reviewed (Gould) 5:233-34
  AQC Database No. 3003


Bates Coffee House, Lincolns Inn Fields, London, L.120* at [PGL] (1733-36) 39:115
  AQC Database No. 3004


Bates, Joan (fl.1798) 92:73
  AQC Database No. 3005


Bates, Thomas (?-1719), Naval Surgeon, F.R.S. (Fellow of the Royal Society) (1718) (RS); See also: (in AQC vol.40:32) 85:300, 305
  AQC Database No. 3006


Bateson, Dr. Vaughan (d.1938); See: Masonry and the Magic of Rudyard Kipling (Metropolitan Collage) [SRIA], Transactions (1923)
  AQC Database No. 3007


Bateson, F.W.; The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature (1940) 108:74n12
  AQC Database No. 3008


Bath, (Hobbs, J.W.) Summer Outing (1923), to Bath and neighbourhood 36:205-15
  AQC Database No. 3009


Bath, (James, P.R.) The Bear Lodge at Bath (1732-1785) 59:57-83
  AQC Database No. 3010


Bath, (Norman, George) Inaugural Address (1927), Early Freemasonry in the West of England as exemplified in Bath, Bristol and Exeter 40:243-60
  AQC Database No. 3011


Bath, Dr. Robert, and Shirreff 86:179-80, 184 bis, 184n1, 185n8
  AQC Database No. 3012


Bath furniture, the 102:38-9
  AQC Database No. 3013


Bath Furniture. (W. Oliver) 57:109-33
  AQC Database No. 3014


Bath, L.28* [PGL] (1724-36) at 'The Queen's Head' (London) 92:114
  AQC Database No. 3015


Bath, L.28* [PGL] (1724-36) at 'The Queen's Head' (London) 90:168; L.168 (A) [AGL] at 127
  AQC Database No. 3016


Bath, L.113* at the (White) Bear, (now Royal Cumberland L.41) 91:135
  AQC Database No. 3017


Bath Masonic Museum; See also: (in AQC vol.78:231) 94:9
  AQC Database No. 3018


Bath, Royal Arch Chapter Warrants for, refused (1818) [RA] 85:48, 54, 59
  AQC Database No. 3019


Bath, Royal Grand Council of Rites [A&ASR], by Yarker (1870s) 109:193
  AQC Database No. 3020


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996), (Cyril Ernest Kila Northwood Batham), Q.C. L.2076 Sec./Ed. (1975-1984), his obituary (GLNF) 109:7, 253; 'Chevalier Ramsay - A new Appreciation' (in AQC vol.81:280-315) 16; The Compagnonnage and the Emergence of Craft Masonry in France (Inaugural Address) (1972) (in AQC vol.86:1-28) 7, 15n9-10, 16, 186; his Obituary (Hamill) 253
  AQC Database No. 3021


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 108:14, 46, 59n7, 62, 66-68, 79, 107n8, 116, 120; on 'Death and the Freemason' (Ashby) 28; on 'The Influence of the Prince of Wales (Edward VII)' (Khambatta) 110; on 'The Origin of Species - The Freemason' (Sandbach) 65; Freemasonry in England and France (1995), (corrigenda to the book), (Notes) 263; 'The Batham Lecture' for (1991) 188
  AQC Database No. 3022


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 107:49, 51, 61; on 'The Hudibrastic Poem of 1723' 37; on 'Confession of a Cowan' 61; on 'Anti-Masonry in Japan' 109; on 'The Origin of Freemasonry - A new theory; See also: (in AQC vol.106:16-50) 262
  AQC Database No. 3023


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996), 'The Origin of Freemasonry' 106:16-50; on [AGL] (Prestonian Lecture) (1981) [PL] 51; The Grand Lodge of England according to the Old Institutions (in AQC vol.94:141-65) [AGL] 116n17; Some Problems of the G.L. of the Antients (in AQC vol.98:109-30) [AGL] 153n30
  AQC Database No. 3024


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 105:53; on 'Ahiman Rezon' (Sharman) 61, 66; on 'Do you submit to?' (Mendoza) 35-6, 45; as acting (WM) (4th September 1992) on 'The Folger MS.' (Morris) 116-17, 120; on 'The Third Man' (Vieler) 251
  AQC Database No. 3025


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 104:138; on 'Anti-Masonry' (Litvine) 129-30, 136; on 'the Church of Rome' (Read) 75-6, 90; on 'The Mémoire' (Bernherm) 112, 116, 120; on 'Politics & Freemasonry' (Newman) 41-2, 49
  AQC Database No. 3026


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 103:253; 'The Grand Lodge of England (1717) and its Founding Lodges 22-52; on 'The District Grand Lodge of the Punjab' (Khambatta) 72, 76; on 'Further Views' (Markham) 101, 122; The Mystic Tie (1991) (Roberts, A.E.), reviewed by 243-4
  AQC Database No. 3027


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 102:vii, 97, 103; on 'The R.A.' (Brodsky) 121-2, 131; on 'To Emulate or Not to Emulate' on [AGL] first lodges (Wilson, AQC vol.101:238-48) 252; The Director of Ceremonies (1989) (Carter), reviewed by 261-2; Questions and Answers (1972, 2nd ed. 1990) (L.130, New Zealand) (NZC) (Buckling, D.J.C.), reviewed by 260-1
  AQC Database No. 3028


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 101:35, 131; 'The Scottish Rectfied Rite et al.' [RER] 257-8; on 'The 18th-C. Lodge' (Haffner) 190-1, 197-9; The Collected Prestonian Lectures, (vol.III) (1988) [PL], reviewed by 249, Lodge of Felicity No.58 (1987) (L.58) (Jarvis), reviewed by 250-1
  AQC Database No. 3029


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 100:2, 72, 84; on 'Characteristics' (Markham) 147, 159-60, 162; on Eric Ward 263; on The Rise and Development of Organized Freemasonry (Wells, 1986) 257-8; The Spirit of Masonry (1775) (Hutchinson), reprint (1987), reviewed by 252
  AQC Database No. 3030


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 99:vi; Secretary (AQC) (1973, 1975-87) 113; 'A Lady in the Lodge' 227; 'Where to Open the V.S.L.' [VSL] 221; on 'Athelstone' (Aston) 81, 86; The Book of the Lodge (Oliver, facs. 1986), reviewed by 213; The Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia (McKenzie, 1987) 215
  AQC Database No. 3031


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 98:213, 'Some Problems of the Grand Lodge of the Antients' [AGL] (A) 109-30, on 'G. Oliver' (Sandbach) vii, 56-7, 223; reviews; The All-Seeing Eye (Grant, 1985) 218; English Masonic Exposures (Jackson, 1986) 217-18; Masonic Book Club volumes (Bloomington, Illinois, USA), Reviewed by 215-16; The Rosicrucian Seer (ed. Hamill, 1986) 219; Who Comes Here? (Ramsden, 1985) 220
  AQC Database No. 3032


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 97:17; on 'The De-Christianizing' (Cryer) 63; Argomento: Massoneria (1984) (Stolper), reviewed by 227-8
  AQC Database No. 3033


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 96:115; The Grand Lodge of England According to the Old Institutions (1981) (Private) 127; on 'Regularity of Origin' (Haffner) 136-7, 138-9; Freemasonry in London from 1785. (1984) (Wells), reviewed by 226; Master Masons (1983) (Svanberg), reviewed by 223-4; The Collected Prestonian Lectures 1961-1974. (vol.II) [PL], editor (1983), reviewed (Read) 225-6
  AQC Database No. 3034


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996), 'The Early Days of Freemasonry in England' (1983) 95:vi, 215; on 'Freemasonry in Lancashire' (Cryer & Read) 111, 115; on 'The Government of the Craft' (Stubbs) 77-8, 79; on Harry Carr (obituary) 223; on R.A. words [RA] (Installation) 222; Introducing Freemasonry (de Pace, 1983), reviewed by 212-13
  AQC Database No. 3035


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 94:41; 'The Grand Lodge of England According to the Old Institutions' [AGL] (A), (Prestonian Lecture) (1981) [PL] 141-65; obituary of Dr. S. Vatcher 249; on 'Joseph Haydn' (Webb) 79, 81; questions answered, 'Bro. orator and Bro. Expert' (Q.185) 241; 'Chain of Union' (Q.188) 245-6; R.A. words [RA] (Q.184) 240-1; 'The Two Great Pillars' (Q.190) 248; 'Voltaire and Freemasonry' (Q.187) 243-5, 'Wearing of Regalia' (Q.191) 248; 'Words in the (3()' (Q.182) 239; Three Distinct Knocks [TDK] (1760) and Jachin and Boaz [J&B] (1762), facsimile reprint (1981), reviewed by 222
  AQC Database No. 3036


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 93:59, 65-6, 70; on Yorkshire (Read) 153-5, 164
  AQC Database No. 3037


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996); See also: Transaction 'Travaux' (1980) of L.81 (GLNF) 92:60, 95, 137n1, 138n8; 'The R.A. Jewel' [RA] (Q.179) 225; 'The So-Called Union of the Grand Chapters' (Q.178) 224-5; on 'The Origin and Sources of the Schroeder (Schröder) Ritual (Solf) 101-2, 103
  AQC Database No. 3038


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996), 'Basic Principles for Grand Lodge Recognition' [UGL] (Q.170) 91:222; 'The Experienced Craftsman' (Q.173) 224; Freemasons' Royal Arch Guide (1978) (Ogilvie), [RA], reviewed by 215-17; 'H.M. King Edward VII' (Q.175) 225-7; 'Opening and Closing a Royal Arch Chapter' [RA] (Q.169) 221-2; 'Strasbourg and the Travelling Masons' (Q.172) 223-4; on 'The Birth of Freemasonry' (Ward) 92
  AQC Database No. 3039


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 90:261; on 'Freemasonry in Yorkshire' (Clarke) 173, 175; 'The London Masons' Company' 142-9; on Richard Edward Parkinson+ (1896-1977) (obituary) 328
  AQC Database No. 3040


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996), 'Anthony Sayer' (Q.167) 89:264-5; 'Chagall's Windows and their Royal Arch Significance' [RA] 226-43; 'Knight of the Royal Prussian Blue' (Q.162) 260; 'Making a Mason on Sight' (Q.164) 262-3; on rebuilding King Solomons Temple 272; Proving (2() (Q.158) 272; on Tolstoy's War and Peace 268-9; 'Turning the Candidate in the (3()' (Q.160) 258
  AQC Database No. 3041


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 88:91; 'The First Overseas Lodge' (Mons) 206-11; (with N. Katkoff) 'An Initiation Ceremony in a Modern Russian Lodge' (Tolstoy) [A&ASR] (c.1810) 189-92; 'Initiation of Non-Christians' (Q.156) 220; Obituary of A.J.B. Milborne+ 222; 'Proving in the (2()' (Q.158) 221; La Franc-Maçonnerie du Bois (Freemasonry of Wood) (1973) (Brengus), reviewed by 107-8; Die Königliche Kunst im Bild (Lindner), reviewed by 177; on 'Anthony Sayer' (Beck) 78-9, 83; on 'Dassigny, Youghal,' (Ward) 30
  AQC Database No. 3042


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 87:110, 110n1, 134, 191; 'The Belgian Medallion' (Q.155) 266; 'La Désolation des Entrepreneurs Modernes' (Q.152) 263-4; 'More about the Compagnonnage' 242-6; 'The Sn. of R.' (Q.150) 261-2; on Lodges of Sorrow 255; on 'Masonic Pass-words' (Jackson) 126-8, 129-31; on (2() (H.Sn.) 196; on the Shadbolt MS. 194; on the Union in the Royal Arch (1817) [RA] 192-3; Francs-Maçons et Ateliers Parisiens de la G.L. de France (le Bihan), reviewed by 219-20; History of Freemasonry in Sussex (Dixon), reviewed by 223-4; Toast of the (WM) 21-2
  AQC Database No. 3043


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996), also member of (GLNF) 86:61; 'The Alignment of the Temple' [KST] (Q.144) 347-8; 'The Compagnonnage and the Emergence of Craft Masonry in France' (Inaugural Address), Master (WM) of Q.C. L.2076 (1972) 1-26; 'Dating of Early Royal Arch Ceremonies' [RA] 348-50; 'Masonic "Rank" or "Office" ' 350-1; on 'In Search of Ritual Uniformity' (Dyer) 164-5, 174; on 'The Relationship between the Craft and the R.A.' [RA] (Carr) 55-6, 79 bis, 81; on 'R.W.Bro. William Williams' (Cooper) 256-7, 263-4; on 'Sir Alfred Robbins' (Read) 125-7, 132; career of 26-8; portrait of 27
  AQC Database No. 3044


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996); Beyond the Pillars - More light on Freemasonry (1973) (Grand Lodge of Canada, Ontario), reviewed by 86:291; La Vie Quotidienne de la Franc-Maçonnerie Française du XVIIIe siecle a nous jours (1973) (Mellor), (Everyday life in French Freemasonry from the 18th century to the present time), reviewed by 305-9
  AQC Database No. 3045


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996), Master (WM) of Q.C. L.2076 (1972) 85:352n1, 365; on 'Fringe Masonry in England' (Howe) 281; 293-5 passim; on 'It is not in the Power' (Haunch) 207-8, 215-16; on 'The Liverpool Rebellion' (Spurr) 53-4, 59; on 'Waller Rodwell Wright' (Caywood) 172-3, 179-81 passim; on 'William Preston's Third Lecture' (James) 118-19, 123
  AQC Database No. 3046


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 84:231n1; on "The English Exposures of 1760/62" (Jackson) 169-70, 174 bis, 175 bis, on "The 'Extended' Working in the Board of Installed Masters (WM)" (Read) 53-4, 64n1, 68 on "A Lodge of Irishmen at Lisbon" (Vatcher) 103-4, 108 bis, 109
  AQC Database No. 3047


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996), "The Climate of European Freemasonry 1750-1810" (with Paul Turnbridge) 83:248-73; La Franc-Maçonnerie Chretienne (Naudon), reviewed by 333-5
  AQC Database No. 3048


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996), on "English Craft Certificates" (Haunch) 82:244-5, 251; on "External Influences on the Evolution of English Masonry" (Clarke) 275-6, 277; on Royal Arch's delayed recognition [RA] (Wells) 95-6, 99-100; A Vindication of French Regular Freemasonry (1968) (Dossier de la Franc-Maçonnerie Française Réguliére) (1965) (Baylot), reviewed by 259-60
  AQC Database No. 3049


Batham, Cyril Northwood+ (1909-1996) 81:78n4; "Chevalier Ramsay: A New Appreciation" 280-315; on "European Freemasonry 1730 to 1750" 118-20, 125-6; on "600 Years of Craft Ritual" 193-5, 204, 205
  AQC Database No. 3050


Bathurst, Charles, Esq., GM [YGL] (1726) 2:113; (Whytehead, T.B.) The Grand Lodge at York [YGL] 110-15
  AQC Database No. 3051


Bathurst, Henry, 3rd Earl, communication regarding W.R. Wright (1814) 85:153-4, 164, 166-7
  AQC Database No. 3052


Bathurst, William Ralph Seymour+ (1903-1970), Provincial GM, Gloucestershire (1950) 99:11
  AQC Database No. 3053


Bathurst, William Ralph Seymour+ (1903-1970), on "Freemasonry and the Knights of Malta" (Caywood) 83:91-2, 94; on "Preston's Second Lecture" (James) 237-8, 246; on "RW Bro. William Tucker" (Cooper) 141
  AQC Database No. 3054


Bathurst, William Ralph Seymour+ (1903-1970), Provincial GM (1950) (Gloucestershire), appointed DC of L.2076 (1968) 82:1; on "External Influences on Evolution of English Masonry" (Clarke) 272-3, 277; Hon. Bathurst (1903-1970), In Memoriam (Stubbs) 339
  AQC Database No. 3055


Bathurst, William Ralph Seymour+ (1903-1970), The Evolution of the English Provincial Grand Lodges, (Prestonian Lecture) (1966) [PL] 79:216-232; 'The English Provincial Grand Lodge' in (Grand Lodge, 1717-1967.) (1967) [UGL], reviewed (Grantham) 234-239
  AQC Database No. 3056


Bathurst, William Ralph Seymour+ (1903-1970), The Origin of the Coat of Arms of the 'Antients' [AGL] 75:116-17
  AQC Database No. 3057


Batiah, daughter of Plaraoh, according to the Midrash (Jewish Hebrew source), one of the thirteen who did not taste the taste of death [VSL] 107:189
  AQC Database No. 3058


Batsford and Freemasonry, in 'The Cathedrals of England.' (n.d.) 87:211
  AQC Database No. 3059


Batson, Thomas, Deputy GM [PGL] (1731-3) 104:34-5
  AQC Database No. 3060


Batson, Thomas, Deputy GM [PGL] (1731-3), JGW (1730) 98:162, 163
  AQC Database No. 3061


Batt, John (Blatt), of the 38th Foot and L.441 (IC), and Prince Hall [PH] (1778), Boston, Massachusetts (USA) 90:307-8, 309, 311, 318
  AQC Database No. 3062


Batt, John, of the 38th Foot 92:158, 163, 166
  AQC Database No. 3063


Batt, John, of the 38th Foot 89:73, 78
  AQC Database No. 3064


Batty Langley on Geometry. (n.d.) (Henry Lovegrove) 11:134-6
  AQC Database No. 3065


Baudains, Philippe (Jersey) 86:201-2, 204-9; his appeal before G.L. (1863) 205-7; La Loge Les Amis de l'Avenir et la G.L. d'Angleterre (1864) 202, 207-8
  AQC Database No. 3066


Baudains, Philip, of Jersey, masonic rebel leader (1869-88) 85:285
  AQC Database No. 3067


Baudin, Capt., French Navy 100:227
  AQC Database No. 3068


Baudin, Commodore, French Navy 104:150, 155, q.155-6
  AQC Database No. 3069


Bauer, Bro., representing the VIIIth Province at the Wilhelmsbad Convent (1782) 109:41
  AQC Database No. 3070


Bauhin, Gaspard; See also: Bauhinus, Caspar 107:27
  AQC Database No. 3071


Bauhinus, Caspar (1560-1624), Swiss anatomist and botanist; Theatrum anatomicum (Frankfurt, 1605) 107:27
  AQC Database No. 3072


Bauhütte, Die, masonic periodical (Germany) (1876) 85:263
  AQC Database No. 3073


Bauhütte, Die, masonic periodical (Germany) (the building hut), (1858-1914), ed. by J.G. Findel 99:3, 6n16
  AQC Database No. 3074


Bauhütte, Die, masonic periodical (Germany) 96:144
  AQC Database No. 3075


Bauhütte, Die, masonic periodical (Germany), ed. by J.G. Findel (1882), 'The Swedish System, A letter from a German Freemason to a Swedish Brother', used as anti-masonic exposure/attack by Professor Frederik Nielsen, Denmark (1882) 90:280
  AQC Database No. 3076


Baume, Robert, on Prince Edwin of the Craft Legend, as a Bennedictine, (ZK) (Germany) 10:160-1
  AQC Database No. 3077


Bava Basra; Talmud, (Jewish Hebrew, Rabbinic law and regulations, etc.) [VSL] 107:188
  AQC Database No. 3078


Bavaria (Germany), Lay-electorates of (18th-century, Germany/Prussia) 109:10
  AQC Database No. 3079


Bavaria, Elector Karl Theodor of, edict by (1784) 85:375
  AQC Database No. 3080


Bavarian Langue, Inn of the 106:192
  AQC Database No. 3081


Bawdrip church, Somerset 89:156
  AQC Database No. 3082


Baxter, Mrs. Lucy; The Cathedral Builders: the story of a Great Masonic Guild (1899), by Leader Scott (pseudonym; Scott, Leader), (Roman Cllegia) 13:184
  AQC Database No. 3083


Baxter, Mrs. Lucy; The Cathedral Builders: the story of a Great Masonic Guild (1899), by Leader Scott (pseudonym), Reviewed (Strange, Hamon Le) 12:124-6; Comacine Masters and Freemasons 208
  AQC Database No. 3084


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946), Master (WM) of Quatuor Coronati L.2076 (1922) q. 105:51, 66
  AQC Database No. 3085


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946); The Quatuor Coronati Lodge (1918), (L.2076) 98:214
  AQC Database No. 3086


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946) 94:235
  AQC Database No. 3087


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946) 93:8
  AQC Database No. 3088


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946) 92:49
  AQC Database No. 3089


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946), on the Hiram legend, in the Prestonian Lecture for (1929), 'The Antiquity of our Masonic Legends' [PL] 90:254
  AQC Database No. 3090


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946), his translation of the Regius MS. [A.] in 'British Masonic Miscellany' Vol.1 (1935) 88:17n1
  AQC Database No. 3091


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946) 87:32n1, 120
  AQC Database No. 3092


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946) 86:126, 274; The Quatuor Coronati Lodge No. 2076. (L.2076) (1918) 302
  AQC Database No. 3093


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946), his translation of Regius MS. (c.1390) [A.] 83:333 bis
  AQC Database No. 3094


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946), 'The Architectural Style of King Solomon's Temple' (in AQC vol.33:114-120) [KST] 82:167n3
  AQC Database No. 3095


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946), on Installation 81:184
  AQC Database No. 3096


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946), his Obituary (Johnson, G.Y.) 59:127-8
  AQC Database No. 3097


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946), his Biography and Installation as Master (WM) of (L.2076) 35:301-2; Inaugural Address (1922), Freemasonry and building 298-301
  AQC Database No. 3098


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946), Society of Moonkification 34:170
  AQC Database No. 3099


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946), The Old Charges and the Ritual (MS.) 33:78-9; The Architectural style of King Solomon's Temple [KST] 114-34
  AQC Database No. 3100


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946), Society of Moonkification 32:74; Peculiarities of the 'Book of Constitutions' 97-113
  AQC Database No. 3101


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946), The Old Charges and the Ritual (MS.) 31:33-55; (Baxter's) General and Historic Notes on Freemasonry (1908), (with reprint of MSS.) 43
  AQC Database No. 3102


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946), An Old Steinmetz-spruch (Germany) 30:120-1
  AQC Database No. 3103


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946), The Beswicke-Royde Masonic MS. (late 17th-C.) [E.b.21.] of the old Charges 28:189-97
  AQC Database No. 3104


Baxter, Roderick Hildegar+ (1871-1946), The Antiquity of our Masonic Legends; See: Prestonian Lecture (1929) [PL]
  AQC Database No. 3105


Bayard, Jean-Pierre (France); Symbolisme Maconnique Tradituionnel - Les Loges Symboliques (1988), on chamber of reflection (Earth) 109:85, 92, 94n31
  AQC Database No. 3106


Bayard, Jean-Pierre (France), Bibliographical, concise review of his masonic books: Le Symbolisme Maçonnique des Hauts Grades (1975) (Masonic Symbolism of the Higher Degrees) [HG]; Le Symbolisme Maçonnique Traditionnel (1974) (Traditional Masonic Symbolism) 91:104
  AQC Database No. 3107


Bayard, Jean-Pierre (France); Le Symbolisme Maçonnique Traditionnel (1974) 89:193
  AQC Database No. 3108


Bayard L.1615 (Bro. Sisson Cooper Pratt, Master Mason of, co-founder of Q.C. L.2076, in 1886) 91:2
  AQC Database No. 3109


Bayley, Edgar (South Africa) 93:55
  AQC Database No. 3110


Bayley, Richard, and the Lodge of Reconciliation 84:122-3
  AQC Database No. 3111


Baylies, Francis (Massachusetts) (USA) 84:227-8
  AQC Database No. 3112


Baylot, Jean (d.1976), (GLNF); La voie substituée. Recherche sur la déviation de la franc-maçonnerie en France et en Europe (1968) 109:73
  AQC Database No. 3113


Baylot, Jean (d.1976), (GLNF), masonic author 104:111
  AQC Database No. 3114


Baylot, Jean (d.1976), (GLNF), first Master (WM) of Research L.81 'Villard de Honnecourt' (1964) (GLNF), Paris 101:35, 99, 102
  AQC Database No. 3115


Baylot, Jean (d.1976), (GLNF) 97:9, 108; Dossier de la Franc-Maçonnerie Française Réguliére (1965) 114n5,9
  AQC Database No. 3116


Baylot, Jean (d.1976), (GLNF) 91:107, 113; Bibliographical, concise review of his masonic books: La Franc-Maçonnerie traditionnelle dans notre temps (1972) (Traditional Freemasonry in our times); Dossier française de la Franc-Maçonnerie règulière (1965) (French dossier on regular freemasonry); La voie substituée, recherche sur la déviation en France et en Europe (1968) (The substitute path, a research into the deviations of Freemasonry in France and Europe) 104-5, 113
  AQC Database No. 3117


Baylot, Jean (d.1976), (GLNF), French masonic scholar ('the spurious path', 1815-84) (political and R.C./religious) 89:64-5
  AQC Database No. 3118


Baylot, Jean (d.1976), (GLNF), Sec. of Willard de Honnecourt Research L.81 (GLNF) 87:108n4, 114n3; La Franc-Maçonnerie Traditionelle (1972), q.130
  AQC Database No. 3119


Baylot, Jean (d.1976), (GLNF) 82:259; A Vindication of French Regular Freemasonry (1968) (Dossier Française de la Franc-Maçonnerie Regulière) (1965) reviewed (Batham) 259-60
  AQC Database No. 3120


Baylot, Jean (d.1976), (GLNF); Dossier Français de la Franc-Maçonnerie Reguliere (1965), (A Vindication of French Regular Freemasonry), reviewed (Tunbridge) 78:163-165
  AQC Database No. 3121


Bayly, Thomas Haynes (1797-1839), 'The Mistletoe Bough' 89:156
  AQC Database No. 3122


Baynard, Samuel H.; History of the Supreme Council ... and its Antecedents (n.d.) [A&ASR] 109:92, 95n55
  AQC Database No. 3123


Baynard, Samuel H., G.Sec.General, Supreme Council (33() [A&ASR] (NMJ) (USA); Confidential General Report on Rituals and Ritualistic Matters (1940) 105:258n1; History of Supreme Council 33( (1938), Northern Masonic Jurisdiction (NMJ) [A&ASR] (USA) 121
  AQC Database No. 3124


Baynard, Samuel H.; Scottish Rite Freemasonry (1938) [A&ASR] (USA) 99:32n4, 33n9, 35n
  AQC Database No. 3125


Baynard, Samuel H., G.Sec.General, Supreme Council (33() [A&ASR] (USA), (fl.1940), masonic historian, Northeren Masonic Jurisdiction (NMJ) 92:207
  AQC Database No. 3126


Bayon, Dr. H.P.; History of the Order of the Secret Monitor (1950) [OSM] 77:196
  AQC Database No. 3127


Bayon, Dr. H.P.; The Masonic Order of the Secret Monitor. (1950) (Bayon, H.P.), Grand Council of, founded (1887) [OSM] (EC), reviewed 62:197-198
  AQC Database No. 3128


Bayonne, Lodge at (1688?) 86:11
  AQC Database No. 3129


Bayreuth; See: German Freemason's Museum at (Deutschen Freimaurer Museum) (G), <http://freimaurer.org/museum> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 3130


Bayreuth; See also: Quatuor Coronati L.808 (1951), German Research Lodge at 94:80
  AQC Database No. 3131


Bayreuth, Grand Lodge 'The Sun' (1810) at, (Zur Sonne) (G) 97:2, 4-5, 8
  AQC Database No. 3132


Bayreuth, Grand Lodge 'The Sun' (1829) at, (Zur Sonne) (G) 96:123, 125, 142
  AQC Database No. 3133


Bayreuth Ritual, the (Germany), originating from the 'Danske Store Landslogen' (Danish Grand Land-Lodge) (DDSL)/(DDFO) [SKA] 109:75; copy at the Bayreuth Masonic Library (L.808) (Germany) 80n9
  AQC Database No. 3134


Bazalliell (= Bezaleel) 83:342
  AQC Database No. 3135


Bazar, H., on a Jewish wedding at Cheltenham Masonic Hall (1867) 95:219
  AQC Database No. 3136


Beach, W. William Bramston (MP), Provincial GM (Hampshire) [UGL], GM Mark Masonry (1866-8) (EC), Provincial G.C. [KT] (EC), S.C. [A&ASR] (EC) 106:77-8, 83, 86n32
  AQC Database No. 3137


Beadle (=Tyler) 85:3 bis
  AQC Database No. 3138


Beadon L.619, London, (RAF) Lt. H. Wickett of, and a German bomber astray at Debden 105:179
  AQC Database No. 3139


Beadon L.902* [UGL], London, its warrant (1853), (now L.619) 108:89
  AQC Database No. 3140


Beaglehole, J.C., ed.; The Voyage of the Endeavour 1768-1771 (1955), (The Journals of Captain James Cook on his Voyages of Discovery, Pacific/Australia) 106:209n7
  AQC Database No. 3141


beaker, Dutch, (Grantham, W.I.) A Dutch beaker (1633) 64:137-9
  AQC Database No. 3142


Beale, Dr. John (d.1724), Deputy GM [PGL] (1721), (Beal)! 108:213
  AQC Database No. 3143


Beale, Dr. John (d.1724), Deputy GM [PGL] (1721) 104:139
  AQC Database No. 3144


Beale, Dr. John (d.1724), Deputy GM [PGL] (1721) 100:115, 118, 121, 126
  AQC Database No. 3145


Beale, Dr. John (d.1724), Deputy GM [PGL] (1721) 90:213
  AQC Database No. 3146


Beale, Dr. John (d.1724), Deputy GM [PGL] (1721), M.D., F.R.S. (RS) 85:299, 305
  AQC Database No. 3147


Bealey, Richard R., his masonic poems 88:188; Field Flowers and City Chimes (1866) 188
  AQC Database No. 3148


Beaminster Manor L.1367, Beaminster 91:6, 7
  AQC Database No. 3149


Bean, William, of Scarborough 95:46
  AQC Database No. 3150


Bear and Harrow, Butchers Row, London, L.116* at the [PGL] (1733-36) 39:114
  AQC Database No. 3151


Bear and Harrow Inn, Lodge at (Firminger, W.K.), The Members of the Lodge at the Bear and Harrow 48:102-37
  AQC Database No. 3152


Bear and Harrow, L.63* (1730) [PGL] at the Tavern, Butcher Row 104:34; (now St. George's & Corner Stone L.5) [UGL] 35
  AQC Database No. 3153


Bear and Harrow, L.63* (1730-1843) at the, Butcher Row (later, University Lodge), James 7th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorn master (WM) of (1731/33) 101:8, 17
  AQC Database No. 3154


Bear and Harrow, L.63* at the, Butchers Row 94:149
  AQC Database No. 3155


Bear and Harrow, L.63* (1730-1843) at the 92:114 bis
  AQC Database No. 3156


Bear and Harrow, L.63* at the (later Corner Stone L.37*) 91:176, 188
  AQC Database No. 3157


Bear Lodge (L.41), Bath 86:87n5, 90, 94; See also: James, P.R., 'The Bear Lodge at Bath, 1732-85', (in AQC vol.59:57-83) 87n5
  AQC Database No. 3158


Bear Lodge (L.41), Bath 85:7
  AQC Database No. 3159


Bear Lodge at Bath (1732-1785) (P.R. James) 59:57-83
  AQC Database No. 3160


Bearblock, Charles, G.Sec. [AGL] (1779-83) (A), Certificates signed by 82:222
  AQC Database No. 3161


Beard, Geoffrey; The Work of John Vanbrugh (1986) 101:165-6
  AQC Database No. 3162


Beard, Richard, (coal merchant from Blackfriars, London), purchased the rights to the Photo-process from Miles Berry, and Daguerre's patent (1941) 107:118
  AQC Database No. 3163


Beardsworth, John, Esq., subscriber to the Hall-Loan [PGL] (1779/1787) 82:29
  AQC Database No. 3164


Bearer of the V.S.L. [VSL], as a Lodge Officer, in Scotland (SC) and in India (India) 74:128
  AQC Database No. 3165


Beasley, W.G.; The Rise of Modern Japan (1990) 107:106; The Modern History of Japan (1982) 106
  AQC Database No. 3166


Beaton, Cecil, photographer (engineered portraits) 107:151; 'Self Portrait with Friends' 152n9
  AQC Database No. 3167


Beatrice, HRH Princess, photographed as a baby (1867), by Caldesi 107:123
  AQC Database No. 3168


Beauchamp, Mons. de (French ambassador to Lisbon) on Coustos 81:86
  AQC Database No. 3169


Beaufort, Henry Charles, 6th Duke of, Provincial GM, Gloucestershire (1799-1835) 104:143, 146
  AQC Database No. 3170


Beaufort, Henry Charles Somerset (1744-1803), 5th Duke of, GM [PGL] (1767-71) 108:119
  AQC Database No. 3171


Beaufort, Henry Charles Somerset (1744-1803), 5th Duke of, GM [PGL] (1767-71) 104:39; as Master (WM) of Friendship L.6 (1767) 47
  AQC Database No. 3172


Beaufort, Henry Charles Somerset (1744-1803), 5th Duke of, GM [PGL] (1767-71) 101:221-2
  AQC Database No. 3173


Beaufont, Henry Charles Somerset (1744-1803), 5th Duke of, GM [PGL] (1767-71) 99:156-7, 160, 215
  AQC Database No. 3174


Beaufort, Henry Charles Somerset (1744-1803), 5th Duke of, GM [PGL] (1767-71) 98:75-6, 83-5, 88
  AQC Database No. 3175


Beaufort, Henry Charles Somerset (1744-1803), 5th Duke of, GM [PGL] (1767-71) 93:77
  AQC Database No. 3176


Beaufort, Henry Charles Somerset (1744-1803), 5th Duke of, GM [PGL] (1767-71) 91:137 bis
  AQC Database No. 3177


Beaufort, Henry Charles Somerset (1744-1803), 5th Duke of, GM [PGL] (1767-71) 90:112, 225, 227
  AQC Database No. 3178


Beaufort, Henry Charles Somerset (1744-1803), 5th Duke of, GM [PGL] (1767-71) 83:157, 160, 172; his portrait 157
  AQC Database No. 3179


Beaufort, Henry Charles Somerset (1744-1803), 5th Duke of, GM [PGL] (1767-72), the portrait of at [UGL], by Francis Cotes (1726-1770) 79:16
  AQC Database No. 3180


Beaufort, Henry Charles Somerset (1744-1803), 5th Duke of, GM [PGL] (1767-71), The Attempted Incorporation of the Moderns by, [PGL] (Grantham) 46:117
  AQC Database No. 3181


Beaufort L.103, Bristol 101:16, 221; See also: The Beaufort Ch.103, 'Passing the Veils' [RA] (in AQC vol.62:186-193)
  AQC Database No. 3182


Beaufort L.103, Bristol 94:3
  AQC Database No. 3183


Beaufort L.133* (1758), (now L.103), London/Bristol 90:117
  AQC Database No. 3184


Beaufort L.244*, and L.443 (1769), (now L.327), Swansea 90:118
  AQC Database No. 3185


Beaufort, Royal Arch Chapter, Ch.103, Bristol, and the Veils [RA] 85:325-6, 327
  AQC Database No. 3186


Beaufort, T.R., his portrait of Anthony Sayer, GM [PGL] (1717) 88:82
  AQC Database No. 3187


Beaufort, T.R., his portrait of Anthony Sayer, GM [PGL] (1717), and other Grand Masters at Freemans' Hall [UGL], London 79:13, 14, 17
  AQC Database No. 3188


Beauharnais, Eugène de (1781-1824), (step-son to Napoleon I), (Grandfather to King Oscar II of Sweden), Viceroy of Italy (1805-14) (France) 100:167-8, 171
  AQC Database No. 3189


Beauharnais, Eugène de (1781-1824), (step-son to Napoleon I), Viceroy of Italy (1805-14) (France), GM (1805) Italy, and Grand Orient "de la division militaire" (Milan) 83:255
  AQC Database No. 3190


Beauharnais, Eugène de (1781-1824), (step-son to Napoleon I), Viceroy of Italy (1805-14) (France), GM (1805) Italy, and Grand Orient "de la division militaire" (Milan) 27:98, 98n1
  AQC Database No. 3191


Beaujeu, Count Franz von, nephew and successor to De Molay, Knights Templar GM [KT] (1314)! 109:93, 94n38
  AQC Database No. 3192


Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de, dramatist 89:189
  AQC Database No. 3193


Beaumaris Castle, operative masons at 98:92-4, 98-9, 100n10
  AQC Database No. 3194


Beaumaris Castle, the building and builders of 96:65
  AQC Database No. 3195


Beaumaris Castle, (Knoop, Douglas and Jones, G.P.) Castle Building at Beaumaris and Caernarvon in the early 14th century 45:4-47
  AQC Database No. 3196


Beaumont, Henry Francis (1833-1913), and the 'H.F. Beaumont MS.', his Obituary 26:305
  AQC Database No. 3197


Beaumont, Marquess of 81:96
  AQC Database No. 3198


Beaumont MS. (1690) [T.4.] (Tew MSS. family) 103:86
  AQC Database No. 3199


Beaumont MS. (1690) [T.4.] (Tew MSS. family) 96:104-6
  AQC Database No. 3200


Beaumont MS. (1690) [T.4.] (Tew MSS. family) 94:110
  AQC Database No. 3201


Beaumont MS. (1690) [T.4.] (Tew MSS. family) 90:151
  AQC Database No. 3202


Beaumont MS. (1690) [T.4.] (Tew MSS. family), Charges (on the F.P.O.F.) (3() 86:69
  AQC Database No. 3203


Beaumont MS. (1690) [T.4.] (Tew MSS. family), at the Library of Provincial Grand Lodge of Yorkshire (West Riding) [UGL] 52:274
  AQC Database No. 3204


Beaumont MS. (1690) [T.4.] (Tew MSS. family), (Baxter, R.H.) The Old Charges and the Ritual 31:33-55; location (West Yorkshire Library), and where reproduced (Baxter's & Vest Yorkshire Masonic Reprints, 1901) 40-44
  AQC Database No. 3205


Beaumont, oculist to the Prince of Wales (1741), on the formation of the Frankfort Lodge of Union (1743), daughter of L.87 [PGL] 87:108
  AQC Database No. 3206


Beaumont, Stephen, 1st master (WM) of Danish Lodge Zerubabel L.197* [PGL] (on the Warrant), Copenhagen [SKA] (1745) 90:96, 140; and the Union Lodge at Frankfurt (1742) 138
  AQC Database No. 3207


Beaumont, Thomas, his personal argument and duelling with John George Lambton, the first Earl of Duraham (1820) 109:120
  AQC Database No. 3208


Beaver L.83 (Strathroy) 108:144
  AQC Database No. 3209


Beaver L.234 (Thornbury, Ontario, Canada) 108:125, 144; Samuel Parr Beswick affiliated to (by his own account) 125, 138n17
  AQC Database No. 3210


Beaver L.885 (G), Soest (1963), (Canadian troops in Germany) 83:295; crest of 295
  AQC Database No. 3211


Beaver, The (1983, 1979), Glyndwr Williams (Autumn, 1983) q. 107:51; Frits Pannekoek (Spring, 1971) q.51
  AQC Database No. 3212


Becher, Michael T., headmaster 85:145-7 passim
  AQC Database No. 3213


Beck, Carl; Ignatius Aurelius Fessler (translated from German by G.W. Speth) 1:113-15
  AQC Database No. 3214


Beck, R. Theodore, on the first Grand Master, Anthony Sayer, (Prestonian Lecturer) (1975) [PL], (in AQC vol.88:65-84) 104:260
  AQC Database No. 3215


Beck, R. Theodore 100:21
  AQC Database No. 3216


Beck, R. Theodore, on Anthony Sayer (1730) [PGL], (in AQC vol.88:65-84) [PL] 89:264
  AQC Database No. 3217


Beck, R. Theodore, 'Anthony Sayer, Gentleman' (Prestonian Lecture) (1975) [PL] 88:65-84
  AQC Database No. 3218


Beckenham L.2047, John Norwood, (V.C.) at Ladysmith, member of 97:26, 33n52
  AQC Database No. 3219


Becket, Thomas, (Williams, W.J.) Archbishop Thomas Becket and the Masons' Company of London 41:130-57
  AQC Database No. 3220


Beckett, John Staniforth (1794-1868) (Barnsley), and the Wigan Grand Lodge [WGL] 90:1-3, 7, 10-19 passim, 22, 23-4, 25, 31n12,15; and the R.A. [RA] 25, 27, 28; his T.B.? [TB] 21
  AQC Database No. 3221


Beckett, Joseph (Barnsley) [WGL] 90:2
  AQC Database No. 3222


Beckett, William, F.R.S. (1718) (RS), founder Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries (1717) 85:300, 305
  AQC Database No. 3223


Beckman, John Philip (1752-1814) (Johann Philipp Beckmann), Provincial GM (G) (1799-1811) Hamburg & Lower Saxony, 1st GM (1811-14) (Großen Loge von Hamburg) (JLF), Hamburg Grand Lodge, Germany 92:84, 87, 99, 100
  AQC Database No. 3224


Bective Sanctuary of Levites, Rite of Misraim, London 85:247, 248
  AQC Database No. 3225


Bective, Thomas, Earl of, Provincial GM, Cumberland and Westminster (1867-1893), Sovereign GM (Misraim Rite) 85:247
  AQC Database No. 3226


Beda (Bede) ('The Venerable' c.673-735), historian and scholar; Martyrology (730) 88:vi, viii
  AQC Database No. 3227


Bedarida, F.; A Social History of England 1851-1990. (1991) 106:86
  AQC Database No. 3228


Bedarride, Joseph, claimed to introduce the Rite of Mizraim, from Egypt/Italy into France (1813) 109:195, 200n16
  AQC Database No. 3229


Bedarride, Marc (d.1846), claimed to introduce the Rite of Mizraim, from Egypt/Italy into France (1813) 109:195, 200n16
  AQC Database No. 3230


Bedarride, Marc (d.1846), of the Rite of Misraim (1814) (Paris), made contact with Mathieu de Lesseps (member of Honour and (89() of the Misraim Rite), in Livorno (in Napoleonic times!) 108:242
  AQC Database No. 3231


Bedarride, Michel (d.1856), claimed to introduce the Rite of Mizraim, from Egypt/Italy into France (1813) 109:195, 200n16
  AQC Database No. 3232


Bédarride, Armand (d.c.1936), init. (1891), Marseille, (awarded the A. Peeters-Baertsoen price togther with Lennhoff) (1930) (GOdB) [IFL], (GOdF) & [RER], (33() [A&ASR] (France), Fellow of The Philalethes Society [TPS] (USA); See also: Le Travail sur la pierre brute (The Work on the Rough Ashlar) (c.1927) 101:101
  AQC Database No. 3233


Bédarride, Marc (d.1846), of the Rite of Misraim (90 degrees), Naples (and Lodge La Concorde) (Rite Moderne) 100:174
  AQC Database No. 3234


Bédarride, Marc (d.1846), of the Rite of Misraim (1814), (Avignon/Paris) 97:205
  AQC Database No. 3235


Bédarride, Michel (d.1856), of the Rite of Misraim (1814), (Avignon/Paris) 97:205
  AQC Database No. 3236


Bédarride, Michel (d.1856), and the brothers Marc & Joseph, the Rite of Misraim in Paris (1812) 92:2, 3, 4, 12n4
  AQC Database No. 3237


Bédarride, the (three) brothers, Michel & Marc & Joseph, of the Rite of Misraim (1814), Paris 85:292, 293; Marc 246, 248, 293, 294; De l'Ordre maçonnique de Misraim (1845) 294; Michel 290, 294
  AQC Database No. 3238


Beddard, Robert; A Kingdom without a King (1988) 108:8n6
  AQC Database No. 3239


Bede, ('The Venerable' c.673-735), English historian & scholar monk; Historia Ecclesiastica (Ecclesiastic History of the English Nation) (731), transla. G.N. Garmonsway (1955), transla. A. Savage (1986), the Cambridge copy, the Moore Bede copy, the St. Petersburg copy 108:233n41
  AQC Database No. 3240


Bede, ('The Venerable' c.673-735), English historian & scholar 103:2, 4, 263; De ratione temporum (725) 2, 13, 16; De Templo Salomonis (n.d.) 16; Historia Ecclesiastica (731) 7, 16
  AQC Database No. 3241


Bede, ('The Venerable' c.673-735), English historian & scholar 102:185-6; De Temporibus (708) 185; De temporum Ratione (725) 185-6; Historia Ecclesiastica (731) 188-9, 194-5
  AQC Database No. 3242


Bede, ('The Venerable' c.673-735), English historian & scholar 99:46-7, 51-4, 62, 86; De Temporum ratione (725) 87; Historia Ecclesiasttica (731) 50, 88, 85
  AQC Database No. 3243


Bede, ('The Venerable' c.673-735), English historian & scholar; attr. De Templo Salamonis (n.d.) 95:158
  AQC Database No. 3244


Bede, ('The Venerable' c.673-735), English historian & scholar 94:208
  AQC Database No. 3245


Bede, ('The Venerable' c.673-735), English historian & scholar 90:150, 166; Ecclesiastical History (731) 166
  AQC Database No. 3246


Bede, ('The Venerable' c.673-735), English historian & scholar 89:116
  AQC Database No. 3247


Bede, ('The Venerable' c.673-735), English historian & scholar; Martyrology (730) 88:vi, viii
  AQC Database No. 3248


Bede, ('The Venerable' c.673-735), English historian & scholar, [VSL] 87:31
  AQC Database No. 3249


Bede, ('The Venerable' c.673-735), English historian & scholar; attr. De Templo Salamonis (n.d.), takes the cherubim in the Temple to have been symbols of the Old and New Testaments [VSL] 55:286
  AQC Database No. 3250


Bede College L.4840, Durham, founded (1926), (University Lodge) [UGL] 59:16
  AQC Database No. 3251


Bede, Cuthbert (Rev. Edward Bradley); The Adventures of Mr Verdant Creen (1853-6) 93:6-7, 7, 15
  AQC Database No. 3252


Bede, Elbert (USA), on Roving Charters in California and Oregon (USA); See also: (in AQC vol.65:54) 67:53
  AQC Database No. 3253


Bedford Arms L.15* (1740) (erased), (Hanck, Charles & Corey, R.H.) Bye-Laws of the Lodge held at the Bedford Arms, Covent Garden 17:23-6
  AQC Database No. 3254


Bedford Head, Lodge at the 109:220
  AQC Database No. 3255


Bedford Head (Covent Garden), L.18 at, in Grand Lodge Minutes (1725) [PGL] 85:301, 303
  AQC Database No. 3256


Bedford L.157 (1809), and the Harris MSS., No.1 [D.g.26.], and No.2 [D.g.34.] 106:198
  AQC Database No. 3257


Bedford L.157, its by-laws (1798) q. 90:198
  AQC Database No. 3258


Bedford L.157 (1814) 84:126; and office of Inner Gaurd (1st mentioned) 122, 123, use of "R.W.M." 124
  AQC Database No. 3259


Bedford L.282, Tavistock 88:50
  AQC Database No. 3260


Bedford Lodge, now L.157, William France and Thomas Banting, upholsterers (and undertakers) to the Royal Famili, init. in (1814) 108:20
  AQC Database No. 3261


Bedford, Wriothesley Russell (Wrothesley), 3rd Duke of (1708-1732); See also: (in AQC vol.40:32), (Fisher, W.G.) A Cavalcade of Freemasons (1731) 74:33
  AQC Database No. 3262


Bedford's Head, Covent Garden, Lodge (fl.1723) at the 92:114
  AQC Database No. 3263


Bedfordshire, Province of 98:219
  AQC Database No. 3264


Bédier, Joseph; Le lai de l'Ombre (1913 ed.) 99:145; in Romania (1928) 150
  AQC Database No. 3265


Bedouins, (Klein, S.T.) The Law of Dakheil and other curious customs of the Bedowin 9:89-108, 176
  AQC Database No. 3266


Beecham (New York), publisher (USA) 85:68
  AQC Database No. 3267


Beechey, Sir William, R.A. [RA] 86:93; Ruspini's portrait by 99
  AQC Database No. 3268


Beeching, G.S., of Runymede Lodge 99:93, q.94, 104n58
  AQC Database No. 3269


Beehive, (Bullamore, G.W.) The Beehive and Freemasonry 36:219-46
  AQC Database No. 3270


Beehive, (Carr, Harry) The Beehive in Freemasonry (a symbol of industry) (USA) (Q.42), on Tracing Boards etc. [TB], as emblem (Emulation L.21) 76:228-9
  AQC Database No. 3271


Beehive and owl, on 'open' Lodge Certificate, by the Feathers Lodge, Chester (now extinct), engraved by Ezekiel Ezekiel (b.1756) 82:188
  AQC Database No. 3272


Beehive, its symbolism (masonic) 85:203, 320
  AQC Database No. 3273


Beehive, symbolism of the 81:180, 195
  AQC Database No. 3274


Beehive, the (as a masonic symbol in USA, France, etc.) 104:220
  AQC Database No. 3275


Beek, Gottfried zur; See also: Müller von Hausen, Capt. Ludwig (Germany) 95:25-7
  AQC Database No. 3276


Beek, Gottfried zur (Müller von Hausen) 91:40, 42n42; Die Geheimnisse der Weisen von Zion (1919) (The Protocols of the Elders of Zion), q.40; and correspondence with Theodor Reuss 42n43
  AQC Database No. 3277


Beelzebub, Phoenician god 89:158
  AQC Database No. 3278


Beeneeram, Bhagwandass (fl.1849) 92:179
  AQC Database No. 3279


Beer, E.S. de, (ed.); John Evelyn's Diary (1955) 109:262
  AQC Database No. 3280


Beer, W. (SC), GSB, Grand Lodge of New South Wales (NSW) (1877), Australia 84:11
  AQC Database No. 3281


Beescheidenheit, Zur, Lodge of Zurich (Switzerland), under Dr. Diethelm Lavater (WM), joined the [OS] (c.1772) 109:33, 48n97
  AQC Database No. 3282


Beesley, Eustace Barton (Beeley), Master (WM) Integrity L.163 (1909), Manchester 95:96; See also: his; Masonic Antiquities of East Lancashire Lodges and Chapters; on Tyler clothing (in AQC vol.62:239)
  AQC Database No. 3283


Beesley, Eustace Barton; History of the Grand Lodge at Wigan (1920) [WGL] 90:16, 30n7
  AQC Database No. 3284


Beesley, Eustace Barton; History of Freemasonry in Lancashire (1932) 85:31n1; History of the Wigan Grand Lodge (1920) [WGL] 29, 55 bis
  AQC Database No. 3285


Beesley, Eustace Barton; History of the Wigan Grand Lodge (1920) [WGL] q. 84:57
  AQC Database No. 3286


Beesley, Eustace Barton; The History of the Wigan Grand Lodge (1920) [WGL] 82:238, 238n2-3, 239n1
  AQC Database No. 3287


Beesley, Eustace Barton; The 'Colne' Manuscripts of the 'Old Charges' (MS.) 34:59-69
  AQC Database No. 3288


Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827), composer 103:152-3
  AQC Database No. 3289


Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827), composer 94:66, 70, 76, 79 bis; a mason? (no!) 80-1; Choral Fantasia 81; opera, Fidelio 69, 79-80; (Piano Sonata, op.28.) 81; song, 'Maurerfragen' 76, 79; (String Quartet no.7.) 79
  AQC Database No. 3290


Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827), composer, the Adagio from his Sonata Pathétique, used as Masonic Music 90:324
  AQC Database No. 3291


Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827), his 1st 'Rasoumoffsky' Quartet 89:176
  AQC Database No. 3292


Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827) 84:235, 237; Marche Maçonnique and Opferlied, recording reviewed (Smyth) 235
  AQC Database No. 3293


Beethoven, Ludwig von (1770-1827), (Rabes, L.) Beethoven and his Masonic song "Maurerfragen" 80:144-50
  AQC Database No. 3294


Beeton, Mrs. (1717-1802), Norwich, in the 'Norfolk Chronicle' (1802), called the woman 'Free-Mason', for having concealed herself at a lodge meeting!; See also: (in AQC vol.7:58) 69:134
  AQC Database No. 3295


Beeton's Christmas Annual (1887) 104:178-9, 181
  AQC Database No. 3296


Beever, Cyril Howard; Beevers' Thornhill L.1514 (1874), Lindley, Huddersfield. (1896), reviewed 9:123
  AQC Database No. 3297


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914), of the Grand Land Lodge Berlin [SKA] (Germany); Templelherren und Freimaurer (1906), on von Hund's approximate French and Latin writing in his personal diary, much like on the 'George' documents [OS] 109:35, 48n105
  AQC Database No. 3298


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914), on the author of the 'Hudibrastic Poem of 1723', in his paper on Dr. Plot (in AQC vol.6:121-124) 107:43
  AQC Database No. 3299


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914) (Begemann, Dr. W.) 106:198; See also: Dr. Georg Emil Wilhelm Begemann, Past Provincial GM (G), Mecklemburg, National Grand Lodge of Berlin) [SKA], and the official quaterly Magazine, the 'Zirkelcorrespondenz' since (1872), Beiträge zur Würdigung der Englischen Werkmaurer vor Gründung der Londoner Grossloge (1886) (in AQC vol.7:32)
  AQC Database No. 3300


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914), Provincial GM (G) (1888-95), Mecklemburg, National Grand Lodge of Berlin (in AQC vol.12:204) 105:129
  AQC Database No. 3301


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914); Die Tempelherren und die Freimaurerei (1906), [KT] 104:135
  AQC Database No. 3302


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914); Der alte und angenommene schottische Ritus und Friedrich der Große. (1913) [A&ASR] 101:101; Vorgeschichte und Anfänge der Freimaurerei in Schottland (vol.I, 1914) 131
  AQC Database No. 3303


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914) 99:17, 120, 125, 145, 150; on von Hund [OS] 35n
  AQC Database No. 3304


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914), with Ludwig Keller (1849-1915) and August Wolfstieg (1859-1922), first of the German masonic 'authentic school' historian [IFL] 98:61, 64-5
  AQC Database No. 3305


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914) 96:93, 97; Vorgeschichte und Anfänge der Freimaurerei in England (Freemasonry in England), (vol.II, 1910) 109
  AQC Database No. 3306


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914) 94:27-8, 32, 33n1,4, 38
  AQC Database No. 3307


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914), (Dr.), Provincial GM (G) (1888-95), Mecklemberg (National Grand Lodge of Berlin) (Germany), received the Peeters-Baertsoen price (GOdB), [IFL] 92:215
  AQC Database No. 3308


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914) 90:179, 188n7, 255
  AQC Database No. 3309


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914) 88:vii, viii, 170; and the Inigo Jones MS. (c.1725) 112
  AQC Database No. 3310


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914) 89:117, 120n1, 121n7,14-5,19-20 passim
  AQC Database No. 3311


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914), init. in Rostock (1879); Begemann's History of Freemasonry (1941) (Knoop & Jones), reviewed, and his classification of the 'Old Charges or MS.' (MSS.) in Gould's 'Concise History of Freemasonry' (1903), Vorgeschichte und Anfänge der Freimaurerei in Irland (1911) 54:86-95
  AQC Database No. 3312


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914); De Tempelherrn und die Freimaurer (1906), and the alleged Templar Chapter at Edinburgh (1745), the 'Young Pretender' at Holyrood [KT], (Tuckett, J.E.S.) 33:40-60
  AQC Database No. 3313


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914), on Von Hund's masonic career (1742-1776) [OS]/[KT], Germany 26:63-5, 66-70; and Ramsay (Paris) [HG] 62-3; Die Tempelherrn und Freimaurer (1906) [KT] 62n1
  AQC Database No. 3314


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914); Vorgeschichte und Anfänge der Freimaurerei in England (vol.I, 1909) (Freemasonry in England), and his papers contributed to the 'Zirkel Correspondenz der Grossen Landesloge der Freimaurer von Deutschland' (GLL-FO) [SKA]) (Germany) 22:193, 195
  AQC Database No. 3315


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914), Henry Yeuele, freemason to Edward III, Richard II and Henry IV (Kings of England) 21:65-6
  AQC Database No. 3316


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914), Remarks on the "Sloane Family" [E.] of the Old Charges of British Freemasons, including the John T. Thorp MS. (1629) [E.a.16.] and John Strachan MS. (1700) [E.a.17.] 14:153-64
  AQC Database No. 3317


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914), A Few remarks on the establishment of the Grand Lodge of Ireland (IC) 12:164-5; The Sackville Medal, Florence (1733/38), referred to in a German book (1738) 204
  AQC Database No. 3318


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914), On the meaning of free in Freemason 10:155-7
  AQC Database No. 3319


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914); Dr. Begemann on the Cook MS. and other Versions. (1896), (Zirkel-Correspondenz), reviewed 9:18-20
  AQC Database No. 3320


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914); Dr. Begemann on the Regius MS. Poem. (1893), (And other Old Charges) [A.], (Zirkelcorrespondenz) (Germany), reviewed 7:32-35
  AQC Database No. 3321


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914), Dr. Robert Plot (1640-96). (Natural History of Strafford-Shire) (1686) [Pamphlet] 6:121-4; The Assembly (in England) 169-73
  AQC Database No. 3322


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914), Remarks on the Craft legend of the Old British Masons (MS.) 5:37-45
  AQC Database No. 3323


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914), Remarks on the "William Watson MS." (1687) [C.2.] 4:109-15
  AQC Database No. 3324


Begemann, Georg Emil Wilhelm (1843-1914); Remarks on the Grand Lodge of London and its treatment of the documents of the Operative Masons (1887) (Zirkel-Correspondenz) (G), reviewed (Speth) 1:79-80; An Attempt to classify the "Old Charges" of the British Masons (MS.) 152-61; elected Provincial GM (G) (1888), Mecklenburg (Grand National Lodge of Berlin) [SKA] 190
  AQC Database No. 3325


Beha, E.; A Comprehensive Dictionary of Freemasonry. (n.d.) 87:210; Masonic Enquire Within. (n.d.) 210
  AQC Database No. 3326


Behagg, Clive, writer 100:93, 106n65
  AQC Database No. 3327


Behn, Aphra (1640-1689), dramatist; See: (Edmund Gosse, in DNB vol.4:129-31) (1885) 107:28
  AQC Database No. 3328


Beid, David (Dundee, fl.1525) 93:173
  AQC Database No. 3329


Beijeren, Albrecht Nicolaas, Baron van Aerssen, installed (by Dagran) first GM (1756) Netherlands 110:E3
  AQC Database No. 3330


Beijeren, Albrecht Nicolass, Baron van Aerssen, GM, Netherlands (1756) 96:211
  AQC Database No. 3331


Beijeren, Albrecht Nicolass, Baron van Aerssen (Beyeren/Hogerheyden), GM, Netherlands (1756-8) 83:152, 153 bis, 173, 176, 176n1, 249, 259
  AQC Database No. 3332


Beikie, John, Deputy Provincial GM, Upper Canada (1825) 96:15, 17 bis, 23, 31
  AQC Database No. 3333


Beikie, John, Deputy Provincial GM, Upper Canada (in 1828) 90:289
  AQC Database No. 3334


Beilby & Bewick, printers of Lodge certificates [AGL]; See also: William Beilby (1740-1819), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (in Freemasons' Hall) 82:192; (1792) 206
  AQC Database No. 3335


Bejarno, Col. Jacinto 92:18, 22
  AQC Database No. 3336


Bejnicic, Ivan von; Die Freimaurerloge 'Ljubav Bliznjega in Zagreb' (1917) 90:67
  AQC Database No. 3337


beke (18th century expressio on Martinique and St. Domingue's, for 'one who owns a plantation') 107:164, 178n12
  AQC Database No. 3338


Belcher, Andrew, (son of Jonathan), made Deputy Provincial GM (1733) of Massachusetts, by Henry Price (USA) 108:260
  AQC Database No. 3339


Belcher, Andrew, Deputy Provincial GM, New England (1733) (USA) 90:221, 224-5
  AQC Database No. 3340


Belcher, Henry; The First American Civil War (USA) 89:73
  AQC Database No. 3341


Belcher, Jonathan (1671-1757), earliest known Freemason in America (USA), made a Freemason during a visit to England (1704) 109:14
  AQC Database No. 3342


Belcher, Jonathan (1681-1757), Governor of Massachusetts & New Hampshire (1730-1741) (USA), (Reddyhoff, J.W.) A very early Freemason (USA), init. (c.1704) in Europe (1699-1705) 108:260-261; Gentleman's Magazine (1746), on John Belcher appointed governor of Nova Caesarea, or New Jersey (1747-57) (USA) 261; Belchier, Esq., late Gov. of New England, (1744) in [PGL] London, (QCA) 261n
  AQC Database No. 3343


Belcher, Jonathan (1681-1757), init. (c.1704) (USA) 105:217
  AQC Database No. 3344


Belcher, Jonathan (1681-1757), init. (c.1704) (USA) 103:23, 46, 49, 51, 113
  AQC Database No. 3345


Belcher, Jonathan (1681-1757), init. (c.1704) (USA) 100:152
  AQC Database No. 3346


Belcher, Jonathan (1681-1757), init. (c.1704) (USA) 98:167
  AQC Database No. 3347


Belcher, Jonathan (1681-1757), init. (c.1704), of Massachusetts (USA) 95:187
  AQC Database No. 3348


Belcher, Jonathan (1681-1757), init. (c.1704), (first America?), Governor, Boston (USA), init. (1702/1704) 91:227
  AQC Database No. 3349


Belcher, Jonathan (1681-1757), init. (c.1704) in England (London), Governor (USA) 90:221, 224
  AQC Database No. 3350


Belcher, Jonathan (1681-1757), init. (c.1704), American freemason (USA) 89:169
  AQC Database No. 3351


Belfast, Orange L.182 (IC) (1748-1821), (formerly the 'True Blue') 86:303n1
  AQC Database No. 3352


Belfast, Orange L.182 (IC) (1748-1821) (True Blue Lodge), (IC)! (L.183*)!, the first warranted Lodge of Belfast (Antrim, Ireland), William Haven, Master (WM) of (1761), and French Prisoners (POW) 39:103-4
  AQC Database No. 3353


Belford, Fred J.; Robert Burns - Freemason, in 'The Year Book of the Grand Lodge of Scotland' (1955) (SC), reviewed (Pick) 68:82
  AQC Database No. 3354


Belgeret, Jean, Frenchman, valet to Count Fremeaux (c.1745), Malta 106:190
  AQC Database No. 3355


Belgian daughter of the Grand Lodge of Scotland. (Goblet d'Alviella) 20:71-81
  AQC Database No. 3356


Belgian Medallion, The (Batham, Q.155) 87:266
  AQC Database No. 3357


Belgique, Grand Loge de, Michel Brodsky+ member of Loge l'Esperance at Charleroi (1967), and Master (WM) of Loge Le Marquis de Gages (1978), under 108:8-9; nine lodges under, formed the Regular Grand Lodge of Belgium (1979) 9
  AQC Database No. 3358


Belgium, (and the Netherlands, to 1830), Supreme Council (33() (1816/17) for [A&ASR] 100:38, 63-5, 68, 72-3, 80-1, 83; Bulletin 84; Goblet's revisions of the rituals 68, 80; Grasse-Tilly's Supreme Council (c.1817) 73
  AQC Database No. 3359


Belgium, (Crowe, F.J.W.) The Scottish Lodge at Namur 20:205-8; (d'Alviella, Goblet) A University of Masonic origin 224-5
  AQC Database No. 3360


Belgium, (d'Alviella, Goblet), and Lodge Les Amis Philanthropes, Brussels (Belgium), with attached Rose Croix Chapter (French Rite) [A&ASR], and a Consistory of Sublime Princes of the Royal Secret (32(), and Supreme Council (1813) (33(), and Prince Frederic of Orange, init. (1816) [3WK] (Berlin), as GM (Belgium) (Craft & Higher Degrees) 101:259-260
  AQC Database No. 3361


Belgium, (d'Alviella, Goblet) Fifty years of Masonic life in Belgium (1870-1920); See also: (in AQC vol.100:61-87) 33:231-41
  AQC Database No. 3362


Belgium, (d'Alviella, Goblet) The English Provincial Grand Lodge of Austrian Netherlands and its Grand Master, the Marquis de Gages (GM) 25:39-68; The Papal Bulls and Freemasonry in Belgium 81-7
  AQC Database No. 3363


Belgium, (d'Alviella, Goblet) A Belgian daughter of the Grand Lodge of Scotland 20:71-81
  AQC Database No. 3364


Belgium, (d'Alviella, Goblet) The Quatuor Coronati in Belgium 15:195
  AQC Database No. 3365


Belgium, (d'Alviella, Goblet) The Quatuor Coronati in Belgium 13:78-89
  AQC Database No. 3366


Belgium, (Duchaine, Paul); Freemasonry in Belgium. (La Franc-Maçonnerie Belge au XVIIIe Siécle) (1911), reviewed 24:176-177
  AQC Database No. 3367


Belgium, (Speth, G.W.) The Quatuor Coronati abroad (L.2076), a visit to the Hague and Brussels 1:179-87
  AQC Database No. 3368


Belgium, Freemasonry in 100:61-87; the Belgium Liberal Party born inside the Masonic Halls, as a refusal to accept the masonic supervision of the Archbishop and Bishops (R.C.), the refute of (1840s) 62-3
  AQC Database No. 3369


Belgium, Freemasonry in (1770-95) 83:266
  AQC Database No. 3370


Belgium, Grand Lodge of (Belgique), recognised by [UGL] (1965), withdrawal of recognition by the United Grand Lodge of England [UGL] (1979) [VSL], new Regular Grand Lodge of Belgium, founded (1979) 106:114
  AQC Database No. 3371


Belgium, Grand Lodge of (1960) 100:70
  AQC Database No. 3372


Belgium, Grand Lodge of (irreg.) (1949) 97:8
  AQC Database No. 3373


Belgium, Grand Lodge of 89:48; Grand Orient of 273; Q.C. Festival in 273
  AQC Database No. 3374


Belgium, Grand Lodge of (1959) 88:91; Grand Orient of (GOdB) 219; Scottish lodges in 91
  AQC Database No. 3375


Belgium, Grand Orient of (GOdB), Michel Brodsky+ init. (1954) in 'Loge Les Amis Philanthrope' (Brussels), under 108:8
  AQC Database No. 3376


Belgium, Grand Orient of (GOdB) 105:186
  AQC Database No. 3377


Belgium, Grand Orient of (GOdB) (1833) 100:62-3, 64-5, 67, 70, 80; Bulletin 79; Constitution (Art. No.135) 63, 65, 75-6, 78, 83; Feuillets d'Information (1987) 79; recognition by England 64-6, 69-70, 72, 74, 78-9, 81
  AQC Database No. 3378


Belgium, Grand Orient of (GOdB) 96:228
  AQC Database No. 3379


Belgium, Grand Orient of (GOdB) 93:108
  AQC Database No. 3380


Belgium, Grand Orient of (GOdB) 92:12n27
  AQC Database No. 3381


Belgium, Grand Orient of (Grand Orient de Belgique) (GOdB), still maintains a strangely outmoded form of anticlericalism which they direct against the Roman Catholic Church (R.C.), (1978) 91:113
  AQC Database No. 3382


Belgium, Grand Orient of (GOdB), its Medallion of (1838), (Q.155) 87:266
  AQC Database No. 3383


Belgium, Regular Grand Lodge of (1979); See: Recognized the Prince Hall Grand Lodges [PH] (USA)/(Canada) as 'regular' (1996), Paul M. Bessel; <http://www.geocities.com/athens/1799/pha.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 3384


Belgium, Regular Grand Lodge of (1979) (Grande Loge Reguliere Belgique), Brussele 108:9
  AQC Database No. 3385


Belgium, Regular Grand Lodge of (1979) 106:114
  AQC Database No. 3386


Belgium, Regular Grand Lodge of (1979) 104:78
  AQC Database No. 3387


Belgium, Regular Grand Lodge of (1979) 100:70, 72-3, 82
  AQC Database No. 3388


Belgium, Regular Grand Lodge of (Grande Loge Reguliere Belgique) (1979), candidates under 87:66, 72
  AQC Database No. 3389


Belgium, the Catholic Church in (R.C.) 104:78
  AQC Database No. 3390


Belgrano, Gen. Manuel 94:95, 102
  AQC Database No. 3391


Beli, Arthur Edwin; A Bi-Centenary Review of the History of the Imperial George Lodge No.78, 1752-1952. (1952), (L.78), reviewed (Jones, Bernard E.) 65:56
  AQC Database No. 3392


Belisario, Dr. Buenaventura Briceño, Sovereign Grand Commander (33() [A&ASR], Venezuela, on Bolívar in 'Humanos Immortales' (n.d.) 90:231
  AQC Database No. 3393


Belisario, Mendes Isaac (fl. 1760) 105:50
  AQC Database No. 3394


Belknap, Rev. Dr. Jeremy (Boston, fl.1795), The 'Belknap Papers' [PH], by the Massachusetts Historical Society 90:307, 312
  AQC Database No. 3395


Belknap, Rev. Dr. Jeremy (Boston, fl.1795), on Prince Hall [PH] (Massachusetts Historical Society) q. 89:71, 85
  AQC Database No. 3396


Bell and Blackbird, Rottens Row, Wolverhampton 108:176
  AQC Database No. 3397


Bell, Andrew (1726-1809), Engraver and Publisher, with William Smillie, (Mackay, A.M.) Andrew Bell, of the Encyclopaedia Britannica (1768) 24:248-50; See also: Famous Scottish freemasons (biographical); Web Homepage (SC) <http://www.grandlodgescotland.com/website/famous.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 3398


Bell, Edward, Esq., GM [YGL] (1725), York Grand Lodge 2:113
  AQC Database No. 3399


Bell, J.C. (fl.1835) 102:142
  AQC Database No. 3400


Bell L.46 [PGL], Exeter-street, Strand (London), subscriber to the Hall-Loan [PGL], Old Union L.43! (1783) 82:30
  AQC Database No. 3401


Bell, Moberley, and Masonry in Egypt 82:53
  AQC Database No. 3402


Bell ringers, (Mitchell, J.C.) Society of College Youths 29:386-8
  AQC Database No. 3403


Bell, Seymour Thomas (d.1922), Deputy Provincial GM (Northumberland) (1909), from his notebook on rituals of the 'Old Royal Kent Degrees', Red Cross Ne Plus Ultra, and [HRAKTP] (1895), [SRIA]; See also: his Obituary (in AQC vol.35:259-60, 303) 91:154-5
  AQC Database No. 3404


Bell Tavern (Westminster), L.45 at, in Grand Lodge Minutes (1723) [PGL] 85:303
  AQC Database No. 3405


Bellamy Band Book (1799), 'Freemason's March' in Library of Congress (USA) 89:180, 181n43
  AQC Database No. 3406


Bellamy, Mrs George Anne, (18th-C.) actress 93:22
  AQC Database No. 3407


Bellamy, William (Bamsley) 90:4-6, 33
  AQC Database No. 3408


Bellasis, George Bridges (d.1825), Artillery officer, (NSW) Australia 104:150, 152-3, 156-7, 158, 165
  AQC Database No. 3409


Bellarsis, George Bridges (fl.1802), (NSW) Australia 100:224, 227
  AQC Database No. 3410


Belle Alliance, La, Lodge (Waterloo, Belgium) 106:59
  AQC Database No. 3411


Belle Etoile, Lodge (Draskovic Observance/Observanz Rite) La, Pécs 90:64
  AQC Database No. 3412


Bellefin, Senior Surgeon Jerome, French Navy, in (NSW) Australia 104:150, 152-3, 158, 165
  AQC Database No. 3413


Belli, Agostino, Italian artist; leader of the Lodge at the French Academy in Rome (Santa Trinità dei Monte) (1789) 83:80, 80n2, 88
  AQC Database No. 3414


Bellin, George (fl.1565), his Grace q. 103:265
  AQC Database No. 3415


Bellin, George (fl.1565), his Grace q. 96:202
  AQC Database No. 3416


Belling, Wilhelm S. von (fl.1772), Prussian officer 104:211
  AQC Database No. 3417


Bellman, Carl Mikael (1740-1795), swedish poet and composer [SKA], init. Lodge 'Den Sjunde' (The Seventh) (1776) (L.7*) (SFMO), Stockholm, Sweden 107:260
  AQC Database No. 3418


Bello, Andrés, philosopher 95:203
  AQC Database No. 3419


Bellona, L.468* of (1774) [PGL], St. Petersburg (Russia) 84:240, 251 ter; list of members 254
  AQC Database No. 3420


Bellona, L.468* of (1774) [PGL], St. Petersburg (Russia), members of 35:268
  AQC Database No. 3421


Beloutte und Watters, Lt-Col. (Gen.) Karl von (fl.1776) 98:199, 204
  AQC Database No. 3422


Belshazzar 93:214
  AQC Database No. 3423


Belson, Geoffrey, on 'The "Free" in Freemason' 109:250
  AQC Database No. 3424


Belton, Charles, on Tyler B. Aldhouse 82:317
  AQC Database No. 3425


Belton, J.L., on 'Confession of a Cowan' 107:62-63
  AQC Database No. 3426


Belton, William G., GM (USA) Maryland (1798), (Limpus, L.M.) A Lesson from Grand Master Belton, mixing masonry with politic, against Revolutionary France and the Jacobins (military) 69:134-6
  AQC Database No. 3427


Beltz, Samuel (1783-1862), (Ebblewhite, E.A.) Bro. Samuel Beltz, Deputy Assistant Commissary General to the Forces 15:88-93
  AQC Database No. 3428


Belz, August (St. Gallen); Biblioteca Masonica (1983), Switzerland 103:144
  AQC Database No. 3429


Belzoni, Francesco (fl.1809), brother to Giovanni Battista (1778-1823) 102:253
  AQC Database No. 3430


Belzoni, Giovanni Battista (1778-1823), (Seal-Coon) 102:253
  AQC Database No. 3431


Belzoni, Giovanni Battista (1778-1823) 98:1-12; masonic career 7-11; portraits 3; 'G.B. Belzoni; An Extraordinary and Mystic Mason' (Seal-Coon) 1-12
  AQC Database No. 3432


Belzoni, Sarah 98:1-12 passim; and Freemasonry 6-7; as a widow 6-7
  AQC Database No. 3433


Ben, Adam, in the Book of Ezekiel [VSL] 107:188
  AQC Database No. 3434


Ben-Uri, Meir, (Director of the Studio of Synagogual Art of Haifa), on Noah's Ark [VSL] 87:252
  AQC Database No. 3435


Ben's Coffee House (in New Bond Street, London), unnamed L.17 met at (1723) [PGL] 107:44, 46n4
  AQC Database No. 3436


Ben's Coffee House (in New Bond Street, London), L.30 at, in Grand Lodge Minutes (1723) [PGL] 85:303
  AQC Database No. 3437


Benaben, of the civil community, remained true to Dubuisson (c.1750), of the Toulouse lodge (quarrel), G.Sec. Les Elus Parfaits (Constitutions of Bordeaux) (c.1760) 107:172
  AQC Database No. 3438


Benady, Mesod, his paper on the Jews of Gibraltar (1704-83), in 'Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England' (1979) 92:60
  AQC Database No. 3439


Benburb, L.557 (IC) (1778-1845) at 99:39, 43
  AQC Database No. 3440


Benchetrit, Karen & Carina Louart; La Franc-Maçonnerie au Féminin (1994), (Droit Humain & Feminine Grand Lodge of France, G.L.F.F.) (GLFF) [COF], reviewed (Buisine, Andrée) 107:251-252
  AQC Database No. 3441


Bencoolen, Sumatra, L.356* (1765-1813) at 104:14, 16
  AQC Database No. 3442


Bendle, Frank, The Quatuor Coronati in fiction 20:86
  AQC Database No. 3443


Benedek, Marcell, GM (c.1950s) Hungary (in Paris exile); See: Hungary, Symbolic Grand Lodge of (regular)
  AQC Database No. 3444


Benedict Arnold and Freemasonry. (W. Callaway) 80:120-2
  AQC Database No. 3445


Benedict Biscop, St. 89:49
  AQC Database No. 3446


Benedict Bishop and the introduction of Freemasons into England. (Edward Conder) 9:109
  AQC Database No. 3447


Benedict XIII, Pope (1724-30), and Manoel de Vilhena of Portugal, GM [KH] (1722) Kights of Malta (Hospitallers) 91:60
  AQC Database No. 3448


Benedict XIV, Pope (1740-58) 104:51, 68
  AQC Database No. 3449


Benedict XIV, Pope (1740-58) 102:264
  AQC Database No. 3450


Benedict XIV, Pope (1740-58) 100:197
  AQC Database No. 3451


Benedict XIV, Pope (1740-58) 98:87
  AQC Database No. 3452


Benedict XIV, Pope (1740-58) 97:109
  AQC Database No. 3453


Benedict XIV, Pope (1740-58) 93:79
  AQC Database No. 3454


Benedict XIV, Pope (1740-58) 91:60
  AQC Database No. 3455


Benedict XIV, Pope (1740-58), his Bull 'Providas' (1751) 89:63
  AQC Database No. 3456


Benedict XIV, Pope (1740-58); See also: Papal Bulls agains Freemasonry, Providas (Providius) (1751) 86:29-30, 33-4
  AQC Database No. 3457


Benedict XIV, Pope (1740-58), his (confirmatory) Bull 'Providas' (1751), issued when the last hope of the Jacobites after the rebellion of (1745) had disappeared 83:263, 267, 272
  AQC Database No. 3458


Benedict XIV, Pope (1740-58), the 'Providas' Bull by, against Freemasonry (1751) 81:95, 106, 112, 231, 232; Chesterfield on his excommunications 106
  AQC Database No. 3459


Benedict XV, Pope (1914-22), Freemasonry and 'Article 2335' in the Canon Law (1917) (R.C.) 96:228
  AQC Database No. 3460


Benedict XV, Pope (1914-22) 89:66
  AQC Database No. 3461


Benedict XV, Pope (1914-22), Canon Law Code promulgated by (1917) 81:232
  AQC Database No. 3462


Benedictine to Augustinian, change of monastic order from (c.1113), Hospitallers [KH] 91:47
  AQC Database No. 3463


Benefactum Ritual and Ceremonial (1951) 93:161
  AQC Database No. 3464


Benefactum Ritual, The (1930s) (by R.H.B. Cawdron, of Benefactum L.5231, London) 90:216, 287
  AQC Database No. 3465


Beneficence (zur Wohltätigkeit), Lodge, Vienna (Mozart) 90:263
  AQC Database No. 3466


Beneficencia, Lodge (1821), Cartagena 104:171-2
  AQC Database No. 3467


Beneficent Knights of the Holy City (Chevaliers Bienfaisants de la Cité Sainte) (CBCS), degree system of a 'Higher Class/Inner Order' (Scottish Rectified Freemasonry) [RER], the Knights split according to social status, the 'Milites' for the nobles and Knights of Saint Louis, the 'Clerici' for the ecclesiastics, and the 'Equites Cives' for the middle class, based on [OS] and Catholic liturgy, introduced by Willermoz, at the 'Convent des Gaules', Lyon (1778) 109:39-40, 49n128
  AQC Database No. 3468


Beneficenza Lodge (Bienfaissance et Philogénie) (1781), and Bienfaissance et Philogénie Réunies Lodge (1811), Ionian Islands, Greece 106:211
  AQC Database No. 3469


benefit societies 96:176-181 passim; compared with Craft lodges 181
  AQC Database No. 3470


Benes, Eduard, President of Czechoslovakia (1935-48) 81:236
  AQC Database No. 3471


Benes, Eduard, President of Czechoslovakia (1935-48), init. Jan Amos Komensky L.1* (1924/5) (Prague), in Lodge Harmony 'The World Chrisis and Freemasonry' (1927), Prague; See also: Weisberger, Bill; Studies in Central European Freemasonry (c.1973), reviewed (Smyth) 87:217-19
  AQC Database No. 3472


Benest, Philip (Jersey), his Certificate (1765) 86:180-1
  AQC Database No. 3473


Benevolence, (Crawley, W.J. Chetwode) The Craft and its Orphans in the 18th century (Ireland) 23:167-86
  AQC Database No. 3474


Benevolence, (Crowe, F.J.W.) Forgotten Masonic Charity 18:239-40
  AQC Database No. 3475


Benevolence, (Grand Lodge of England) Report of the Comittee of Charity (1725) [PGL] 27:80
  AQC Database No. 3476


Benevolence, (Rogers, W.) Masons and "First Aid" 22:220-1
  AQC Database No. 3477


Benevolence, (Sirr, Harry) The Masonic Female Orphan School, Dublin (1814) (Ireland) 19:68
  AQC Database No. 3478


Benevolence, (Stokes, John) The Sheffield Masonic Benefit Society 34:14-58
  AQC Database No. 3479


Benevolence, (Wonnacott, William) The Friendly Society of Free and Accepted Masons (Ireland) 29:107-227
  AQC Database No. 3480


Benevolence, Board of [UGL]; See also: Board of Benevolence (1883) 86:110, 122, 124
  AQC Database No. 3481


Benevolence, Committee or Lodge of 95:71
  AQC Database No. 3482


Benevolence, Committee or Lodge (Lodge or Board) of 86:110, 263, 293
  AQC Database No. 3483


Benevolence, Found of [UGL] (1838) 106:3
  AQC Database No. 3484


Benevolence, Fund of 86:119-20, 122-3
  AQC Database No. 3485


Benevolence, L.226 of, Blackburn/Littleborough/Rochdale 95:103
  AQC Database No. 3486


Benevolence, L.226 (Harmony) Lodge of [AGL] (A) (1790/c.1796), Blackburn/Newchurch/Littleborough 88:54
  AQC Database No. 3487


Benevolence, L.226 of, History of the Lodge of Benevolence, No.226 (1928) (Preston, Joe), [AGL] (1798), reviewed (Songhurst) 39:283
  AQC Database No. 3488


Benevolence, L.336 of, Marple 90:120, 205
  AQC Database No. 3489


Benevolence, L.336 of, Marple 84:34
  AQC Database No. 3490


Benevolence, L.5612 of (1936), Pudsey, Yorkshire 87:198, 202
  AQC Database No. 3491


Benevolence, Lodge of, or Committe of (1813) [UGL] 108:164
  AQC Database No. 3492


Benevolence, Lodge; See also: Zur Wohltätigkeit, Lodge of, Vienna (Mozart) 103:152
  AQC Database No. 3493


Benevolence, Lodge of, (1815) (or Committee or Board) 87:6
  AQC Database No. 3494


Benevolence, Lodge of (1816), Sherborne 86:245, 247 bis, 251
  AQC Database No. 3495


Benevolence, Lodge of [UGL], (former Stewards' Lodge (A) [AGL] (with no lodge No.) 84:178
  AQC Database No. 3496


Benevolence Royal Arch Ch.98 (1786-1861) [RA], Warrington 95:98
  AQC Database No. 3497


Bengal (Calcutta), L.72* (1730) at 90:95, 107n9, 110
  AQC Database No. 3498


Bengal (East-India), L.72*, L.66*, L.40* (1728-56) at [PGL] 88:208-9, 211
  AQC Database No. 3499


Bengal, (Firminger, W.K.) Freemasonry in Bengal and the Punjab. (1906), (India), reviewed 19:102-3
  AQC Database No. 3500


Bengal, (Firminger, W.K.) Some Fresh light on the Old Bengal Lodges 18:157-160; L.229/L.402* (1822) 51
  AQC Database No. 3501


Bengal, Provincial Grand Lodge of 104:24
  AQC Database No. 3502


Bengal, Provincial Grand Lodge of, revived (1813) 93:40
  AQC Database No. 3503


Bengal, Provincial Grand Lodge of (later District) 92:173, 174, 175-6, 178, 180-1, 182, 188-9; See also: Harry James Sparks (d.1910), Past District GM (in AQC vol.23:100)
  AQC Database No. 3504


Bengal, Provincial Grand Lodge of, church service (1847) 86:89
  AQC Database No. 3505


Bengal, Provincial Grand Lodge of [PGL], Certificate issued by (1825) 82:175, 192, 193, 207
  AQC Database No. 3506


Benham, Charles E. (fl.1902) 97:145
  AQC Database No. 3507


Bénignité La, Lodge (1818), Jamaica 104:170-1
  AQC Database No. 3508


Bénignité, Lodge la, Jamaica 94:49
  AQC Database No. 3509


Benim (Intelligent Architects or Masons) 91:154
  AQC Database No. 3510


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ), Jesuit Professor, Spain 109:256
  AQC Database No. 3511


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ); La Masoneria Espanola: La historia en sus textos (1995), reviewed (Seal-Coon, F.W.) 108:246; Masoneria Espanola entre Europa y America (1993) (CEHME) (Spain), reviewed (Seal-Coon, F.W.) 249; The Inquisition's Stand on Freemasonry and the Enlightenment, in 'The Spanish Inquisition and the Inquisitorial Mind' (1987) 7
  AQC Database No. 3512


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ), Zaragoza, Spain; Masoneria Espanola y America (1993), reviewed (Seal-Coon) 106:255-6
  AQC Database No. 3513


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ), Jesuit Professor, Spain 105:131
  AQC Database No. 3514


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ) 104:55, q.66, 68-76 passim, 84-5, 91, 137, 247; Los Archivos secretos vaticanos y la Masoneria (1978, transl. Franch, 1989) 71, 91, 127, 129n30; Bibliografia de la Masoneria (1978) 73, 134; Masoneria, Iglesia e Ilustración (1975) 71, 92; Masoneria e Chiesa (1982) q.68-9; other books and articles 71-2, 84n4
  AQC Database No. 3515


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ); Masoneria, Iglesia e Illustración (1977), with masonic bibliography 103:130-1
  AQC Database No. 3516


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ) 102:177n1; El Contubernio Judeo-Masonica-Comunista (1982) 172; Masoneria Politica y Sociedad (1989) (CEHME) (Spain), reviewed (Seal-Coon) 263; Archives Secreres du Vatican et de la Franc-Maçonnerie (Histoire d'une Condamnation Pontificale) (1989), (translated from Spanish to French by G. Brossard) (R.C.), reviewed (Seal-Coon) 263-4
  AQC Database No. 3517


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ), writer on Freemasonry, (CEHME) (Spain) 100:253-4
  AQC Database No. 3518


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ) 98:12n19; El Contubernio Judeo-Masonico-Comunisto (1982); La Masoneria en los Episodios Nacionales de Perez Galdos (1982), reviewed (Stolper) 221-2
  AQC Database No. 3519


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ), (CEHME) 'El Centro de Estudios Históricos de la Masonería Española' (The non-masonic association for the methodical study of Spanish Freemasonry) (c.1883), founded under the presidency of Fr. Benimeli, Zaragoza (Spain) 97:230; Masonry in the Canary Islands (1739-1936), and the Loyalty Lodge (1869-1939) in Catalonia 230
  AQC Database No. 3520


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ) 92:137n1; Bibliografia de la Masoneriá (1974) 128, 139n28; Masoneriá, Iglesia e Ilustracion (1976) 119, 137n1, 138n20, 139n28; on 'John Coustos' (McLeod) 142-3, 147; member of the non-masonic study group at Luneburg in Hanover (PhD), symposium (1976), his paper 'Rome and the Persecution of Freemasonry in Austria (1743-4)' (R.C.) 210
  AQC Database No. 3521


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ) 94:99, 223; Les archives secrètes du Vatican et de la Franc-Maçonnerie (1989), (The Secret archives on Freemasonry at the Vatican) (R.C.) 129n30
  AQC Database No. 3522


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ); Masonería Española en el Siglo XVIII (n.d.) (Spanish Masonry in the 18th century) 90:232
  AQC Database No. 3523


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ), Spain 89:63
  AQC Database No. 3524


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ), Spain, articles by, reviewed (Read) 87:220-2
  AQC Database No. 3525


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ); La Masoneria Despues del Concilio (Masonry since the 'Vatican' Council) (1968) (Spain) 82:324
  AQC Database No. 3526


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer, (SJ); La Masoneria Despues del Concilio (Freemasonry since the 2nd Vatican Council) (1968), reviewed (Vatcher) 81:231-4; on "Coustos and the Portuguese Inquisition" 83, 84-5, 86
  AQC Database No. 3527


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer & Aldo A. Mola (SJ); La massoneria oggi (Masonry today) The 'P.2' lodge (Propaganda massonica), (WM) Licio Gelli (1975), Italy (1991), reviewed (Seal-Coon) 106:254
  AQC Database No. 3528


Benimeli, Fr. Dr. José Antonio Ferrer & Manuel A. de Paz Sanchez (SJ); Masoneria Pacificismo en la España (1991), reviewed (Seal-Coon) 104:249-50
  AQC Database No. 3529


Benisch, Dr. Abraham (fl.1857) q. 92:33, 42
  AQC Database No. 3530


Benito Juárez, Grand Lodge (Mexico) 89:192
  AQC Database No. 3531


Benjamin Franklin. (H.T.C. de Lafontaine) 41:3-40
  AQC Database No. 3532


Benjamin, his tribe, its banner and Chagall's window [RA] 89:227, 229, 243
  AQC Database No. 3533


Bennett, George; History of Bandon (1869), on Boyne L.84 (IC), and French prisoners of war (POW) initiated (1746-7) 48:205
  AQC Database No. 3534


Bennett, Sir William Sterndale (1816-75) composer 103:152
  AQC Database No. 3535


Benoist, Antoine, engraver (1742) of the 'Scald-Miserable Masons' 97:216
  AQC Database No. 3536


Benoist, Antoine, engraver (1742) of the 'Scald Miserable Masons' 93:20, 30n14
  AQC Database No. 3537


Benoist, Antoine, engraver (1742); Geometrical view of Grand Procession of Scald Miserable Masons, (published by R. Jackson) (1892) 4:236-7
  AQC Database No. 3538


Benson, Robert; See also: Bingley, Robert Benson, 1st Baron, (Barron, F.J.) Freemasonry in (1722) 15:61-3
  AQC Database No. 3539


Benson, Robert, the Right Hon., Lord Mayor, President or GM [YGL] (WM) (1707), York Grand Lodge 2:113
  AQC Database No. 3540


Benson, William, surveyor to George I, replacing Sir Christopher Wren at the building of St. Paul's Cathedral (c.1722), London 101:178
  AQC Database No. 3541


Bent, Rev. Robert P., Past G.Chap. [UGL] (1877), on masonry in Sweden as simply and purely Christian [SKA] 108:98
  AQC Database No. 3542


Bentham, R.; History of the Doric Lodge No.81. (1932) (L.81), Woodbridge 108:26n
  AQC Database No. 3543


Bentham, R.; History of the Royal York Chapter No.81, 1825-1934. (Ch.81) [RA], q. 88:38, 49n24,43,46,50
  AQC Database No. 3544


Bentham, R.; History of the Doric Lodge No.81. (1932) (L.81), Woodbridge, reviewed (Vibert) 44:193-195
  AQC Database No. 3545


Bentinck, Count Christoffel Frederick Anthony van, GM, Netherlands (1758-9) 83:176, 259
  AQC Database No. 3546


Bentinck, Lord William Cavendish (1774-1839), Gov.- Gen., India (1828) 103:53, 62, 69
  AQC Database No. 3547


Bentley (d.1742), and Jonathan Swift's essay 'A Discourse to Prove the Antiquity of the English Tongue' 107:51
  AQC Database No. 3548


Bentley, Dr. John Morgan, composer of 'The Master's Song' 88:188
  AQC Database No. 3549


Bentley, John (1574-1616), mason-architect 97:153
  AQC Database No. 3550


Bentley, Rev. G.B., of the Synod of the Church of England (1951), introduced motion (masonry) 95:12
  AQC Database No. 3551


Bentley, Richard, theologian (RS) (fl.1722) 106:260
  AQC Database No. 3552


Benzenzia Lodge (irreg.), Smyrna 93:114
  AQC Database No. 3553


Beoefening der Koninklijke Kunst in Nederland, De (1971) 102:56
  AQC Database No. 3554


Beowulf MS. (thousand-year-old), on 'technology', at British Library [BL]/British Museum [BM], (now on the computer Internet @!) 107:124
  AQC Database No. 3555


Bérage; Secrets Mystères des Hauts Grades de la Maçonnerie Dévoilés, Les Plus (1755), first [HG] [Exposure] (France) 107:42
  AQC Database No. 3556


Beresiner, Yasha+, Master (WM) of the Q.C. L.2076 (1997-1998), Inaugural Address 'Aspects of Masonic Ephemera ... before 1813'; See: 111:A1-24
  AQC Database No. 3557


Beresiner, Yasha+ 109:iii, 142, 173, 203, 214; on 'John George Lambton' 142-3; on 'South Carolina L.390' (IC), Kingston, Jamaica, founded in Sierra Leone, by the 1st Battalion of the West India Regiment (1906), converted to a totally civilian Lodge (1928); See also: (in AQC vol.98:131) 266
  AQC Database No. 3558


Beresiner, Yasha+, on 'The Hudibrastic Poem of (1723)' (McLeod), and the 'Salamanders' of (1770s) 108:262
  AQC Database No. 3559


Beresiner, Yasha+, (in AQC vol.103:42) 107:26, 49-51, 126; on 'The Hudibrastic poem of 1723' 38
  AQC Database No. 3560


Beresiner, Yasha+ 106:63; on 'The Power of Persuasion' (Vieler) 66, 95; on 'Pure - and Accepted - Masonry' (Daniel) 95
  AQC Database No. 3561


Beresiner, Yasha+, on 'Ahiman Rezon' (Sharman) [AGL] 105:62, 66
  AQC Database No. 3562


Beresiner, Yasha+, on 'Anti-Masonry' (Litvine) 104:131, 137 on 'Politics & Freemasonry' (Newman) 46-7, 50
  AQC Database No. 3563


Beresiner, Yasha+, on 'Further Views' (Markham) 103:107, 122; on 'The G.L. of England' (Batharn) 42, 52
  AQC Database No. 3564


Beresiner, Yasha+, 'Masonry Universal' 102:24-60; on 'William Finch' (Vieler) 90-1, 96
  AQC Database No. 3565


Beresiner, Yasha+, 'The 18th-C. Masonic Token' 98:131-42
  AQC Database No. 3566


Bergé Henri, GM, Belgium (1875) 100:65, 78-9
  AQC Database No. 3567


Berger, Dr. R.; Encyclopaedia Judaica (n.d.) (Temple; pillars, names) [KST] 106:239
  AQC Database No. 3568


Bergera, Dominic (USA), associate of Mathew McBlain Thomson, fraud (masonic) 97:89, 99
  AQC Database No. 3569


Bergheim, Peter (b.1841), init. (1870) Wittington L.862 [UGL] London, Master (WM) (1876) of Royal Solomon Mother L.293 (Canada), Jerusalem (1873-1902) 91:232
  AQC Database No. 3570


Bergheim, Samuel (b.1843), init. (1870) Wittington L.862 [UGL] London, Master (WM) (1878) of Royal Solomon Mother L.293 (Canada), Jerusalem (1873-1902) 91:232
  AQC Database No. 3571


Bergman, Nathan (fl.1902) 100:236, 238
  AQC Database No. 3572


Bergmann, Rabbi Eliezer 92:35
  AQC Database No. 3573


Bergroth, Tom C. & Robelin, Roger De & Kandel, Wladimir & Ekman, Eero; Kultaa ja Taivaansinistä (In Gold and Sky-Blue) (1991), or (Gold und Himmelblau)/(I Guld och Himmelsblått), Swedish/German language catalogue of an exhibition which is sub-titled 'Freemasonry an Ideal in Time' in Finland/Sweden/Denmark [SKA], reviewed (Smyth) 105:243-4
  AQC Database No. 3574


Bergroth, Tom C. & Robelin, Roger De & Kandel, Wladimir & Ekman, Eero; Kultaa ja Taivaansinistä (In Gold and Sky-Blue) (1991), or (Gold und Himmelblau)/(I Guld och Himmelsblått), Swedish/German language catalogue of an exhibition which is sub-titled 'Freemasonry an Ideal in Time' in Finland/Sweden/Denmark [SKA], reviewed (Smyth) 104:252
  AQC Database No. 3575


Berjeau, Jean-Philibert, 1st GM, Memphis Rite, England 92:6, 7-8, 11, 13n30,32,49
  AQC Database No. 3576


Berkeley, Lodges, (Tuckett, J.E.S.) The Earliest Baldwyn Knights Templar Certificate [KT] 24:285-9
  AQC Database No. 3577


Berkeley, Rowland (fl.1772) 104:39-40
  AQC Database No. 3578


Berkeley, Rowland, Esq., Grand Treasure (1766-85) [PGL] 90:173
  AQC Database No. 3579


Berkeley, Rowland, Esq., G.Treasure (1766-85) [PGL], and the R.A. [RA] (1766) 82:81; his Hall Medal (1780) 25, 29
  AQC Database No. 3580


Berkeley, Rowland, Esq., G.Treasure (1766-85) [PGL], as visitor to William Spencer's Apollo L.450* (York) 76:10
  AQC Database No. 3581


Berkshire, Provincial Grand Lodge of [UGL]; See: Web Homepage from; <http://www.berkspgl.demon.co.uk/> (1998), or via; England, Grand Lodges, "Freem@sonry" Web Site (Official WWW Grand lodge including District Grand Lodges Directory) <http://www.chaumont.com/GrandLodges.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 3582


Berkshire; See: Ashmole's Antiquities of Berkshire (1719), [Pamphlet], Knoop, Douglas, etc., [EMP]
  AQC Database No. 3583


Berlin (Germany), Frederick II (The Great) authorized the formation of Lodge the 'Three Globes' (1740), acted as Grand Lodge [3WK] 109:11
  AQC Database No. 3584


Berlin, anti-Masonic exhibition in (1941) 86:214, 218
  AQC Database No. 3585


Berlin, Grand Land Lodge of Freemasons in Germany (1770) [SKA] 97:1, 3-4, 6-15; G.L. of Prussia, Royal York of Friendship (1798) 1, 3-4, 7-8, 10, 15, 136; Grand Masters' Association (1839) 3; Grand National Mother Lodge of the Three Globes (1744) [3WK] 1, 3-4, 7-9, 11, 12-14, 15, Union of Christian Grand Lodges (1950) 9-11, 13-14; United G.L. (G) (1945) 8-9
  AQC Database No. 3586


Berlin, Grand Lodge of the Three Globes at (drei Weltkugeln) (G) [3WK] 102:51
  AQC Database No. 3587


Berlin, Grand Lodge of the Three Globes at (drei Weltkugeln) (G) [3WK] (1740) 90:62
  AQC Database No. 3588


Berlin, Grand Lodge Royal York at (G) 88:88-9
  AQC Database No. 3589


Berlin, Grand Mother Lodge Royal York of Friendship (1798) 96:123; Grand National Mother Lodge of the Three Globes (drei Weltkugeln, 1744) [3WK] 122, 135, 143-4; jewel of office 220, 221
  AQC Database No. 3590


Berlin, Grand National Mother Lodge of the Three Globes (1744) at [3WK] 98:198; Grand Land Lodge of Freemasons in Germany (1770) [SKA] 199 bis; its (1() ritual 201-2, 203
  AQC Database No. 3591


Berlin, Grand National Mother Lodge of the Three Globes (1744) at [3WK] 87:128; National Grand Lodge of All German Freemasons (1770) at 44
  AQC Database No. 3592


Berlin Lodge (L.46, under Rhode Island) (USA) (1947), in Germany 83:279, 281, 293
  AQC Database No. 3593


Berlin Masonic Circle (1947), Germany 83:277 bis, 279-80, 293
  AQC Database No. 3594


Berlin, National Mother Lodge in [3WK]! (G) 108:99
  AQC Database No. 3595


Bermant, Chaim; The Cousinhood (n.d.) q. 97:38
  AQC Database No. 3596


Bermuda Garrison L.580 (IC), Hamilton 104:227
  AQC Database No. 3597


Bermuda, (Milborne, A.J.B.) Freemasonry in Bermuda 74:11-31
  AQC Database No. 3598


Bermuda, Grand Inspecorates [UGL]; See: England, Grand Lodges, "Freem@sonry" Web Site (Official WWW Grand lodge including District Grand Lodges Directory) <http://www.chaumont.com/GrandLodges.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 3599


Bernadau, Pierre; Histoire de Bordeaux (1837) 101:36
  AQC Database No. 3600


Bernadotte, Jean Baptiste, (Marshal) later King Charles (Carl) XIV John, King of Sweden (1818-44), (Quistgaard, Harald), King Charles XIV John of Sweden as a Freemason [SKA] 74:71-2
  AQC Database No. 3601


Bernard of Clairvaux, St. 96:204-5
  AQC Database No. 3602


Bernard, Rev. David; Light on Masonry (1829) [Exposure] (USA) 96:61
  AQC Database No. 3603


Bernard, Simon 92:13n33
  AQC Database No. 3604


Bernard, St., (1090-1153), Abbot of Clairvaulx, [KT] etc. 91:51, 57, 70
  AQC Database No. 3605


Bernardo, Giuliano di, Professor, GM of the 'Regular Grand Lodge of Italy' (1996), recognized by [UGL]; Freemasonry and its Image of Man: A Philosophical Invistigation (1989), reviewed (Haffner) 102:256-7
  AQC Database No. 3606


Bernasconi, (18th-C.) actress 93:85
  AQC Database No. 3607


Berne (Switzerland), Freemasonry prohibited in (1745) 81:108
  AQC Database No. 3608


Berne MS. (10th-C.) (on the Martyrdom of the Four Crowned Ones 'Quatuor Coronati') 88:viii
  AQC Database No. 3609


Bernet, J.H. (fl.1840, Rotterdam), printer 105:147
  AQC Database No. 3610


Berneville, Alexandre de, (Howard, F.W.) A French Operative Master Mason 22:225-6
  AQC Database No. 3611


Bernez, Count de, Provincial GM [PGL] (1773); See: Piedmont (Italy/France)
  AQC Database No. 3612


Bernhart, Frank+ (1895-1965) (Austria), "Freemasonry in Austria" (in AQC vol.76:1-7) 109:12, 16n26
  AQC Database No. 3613


Bernhart, Frank+ (1895-1965) (Austria), Master (WM) of Q.C. L.2076 (1962) q. 94:61, 67, 77 bis
  AQC Database No. 3614


Bernhart, Frank+ (1895-1965) (Austria) 92:103
  AQC Database No. 3615


Bernhart, Frank+ (1895-1965) (Austria) 91:45
  AQC Database No. 3616


Bernhart, Frank+ (1895-1965) (Austria), "Kronauer's Liber Amicorum" (in AQC vol.69:110-26), in the Vienna Library 87:47n1, 71
  AQC Database No. 3617


Bernhart, Frank+ (1895-1965), the 'historian' of the Pilgrim L.238 (London), his Obituary 78:148
  AQC Database No. 3618


Bernhart, Frank+ (1895-1965), his Biography and Installation as Master (WM) of (L.2076) 76:7-8; Inaugural Address (1962), Freemasonry in Austria 1-7
  AQC Database No. 3619


Bernhart, Frank+ (1895-1965), Kronauer's "Liber Amicorum" (1783-1792), Mozart, etc. in (Vienna) 71:104-6
  AQC Database No. 3620


Bernhart, Frank+ (1895-1965), Kronauer's "Liber Amicorum" (1783-1792), Mozart, etc. in (Vienna) 69:110-26
  AQC Database No. 3621


Bernhart, Frank+ (1895-1965), A short history of Pilgrim L.238, London (Schröder Rite) 66:69-82
  AQC Database No. 3622


Bernhart, Frank+ (1895-1965) & Babler, E.B., The Pilgrim L.238, London, and the Schroeder Ritual (Schröder Rite) 76:61-9
  AQC Database No. 3623


Bernhart, Frank+ (1895-1965) & Beyer, Bernhard, 'The Quatuor Coronati on the Continent of Europe', (Austria & Wertheim) (1513) 70:118-19
  AQC Database No. 3624


Bernheim, Alain 109:260-1; Les Débuts de la Franc-Maçonnerie à Genève et en Suisse (1994), (on the 150th anniversary of the Alpina Grand Lodge) Switzerland, reviewed (Jackson) 258
  AQC Database No. 3625


Bernheim, Alain 108:247; on 'An "Introduction" to the Sharp Documents' (Prinsen/Guérillot) (in AQC vol.107:155-178) 254-6; 'Le Bicentinaire des Grandes Constitutions de 1786' in "Renaissance Traditionelle" (1986/7) 245n1; 'The Fate of some French Masonic Archives' (in AQC vol.101:98-104) 256n12; in 'Travaux de Villard de Honnecourt' (1974), and in 'Travaux de la Loge nationale de recherches Villard de Honnecourt' (1988) 256n5
  AQC Database No. 3626


Bernheim, Alain, (France and Germany), 'Masonic Catechisms and Exposures' (early English and French), Norman B. Spencer Prize [NS] for (1993), (under pseudonym; Amblaine, Henri); See also: (in AQC vol.106:141-53) 107:vii; on the 'Sharp Documents' 158; (in AQC vol.101:110-114) 178n2,6,7,16,17
  AQC Database No. 3627


Bernheim, Alain, on 'The Origin of Freemasonry' (Batham) 106:39-41; 'Further Light on the Masonic World of Joseph Glock' (in AQC vol.100:33-60) 88n1; 'Masonic Catechisms and Exposures' (early English and French), [NS] for (1993) (under pseudonym; Amblaine, Henri) 141-53; See also: (in AQC vol.107:vii)
  AQC Database No. 3628


Bernheim, Alain, 'The Earliest Warrants of the Rose Croix' (note) [A&ASR] 105:256-8; 'Estienne Morin - New Information' (note) 255-6
  AQC Database No. 3629


Bernheim, Alain 104:157, 164-5; 'The Mémoire Justificatif of La Chaussée and Freemasonry in Paris until 1773' 95-120, 131; 'The Coustos-Villeroy L.' (Paris) (note) 256; on 'Anti-Masonry' (Litvine) 134-6, 138; on 'The Church of Rome' (Read) 85-7, 89, 92
  AQC Database No. 3630


Bernheim, Alain 103:202-4; 'Jacob's and Other Ladders in Masonic Iconography' 241-2; on 'The G.L. of England' (Batham) 49-50, 51-2; on 'The Role of Bibliography' (Gilbert) 144, 148
  AQC Database No. 3631


Bernheim, Alain 102:110, 259; on 'Crucefix' (Sandbach) 156-9, 162; on 'The R.A.' (Brodsky) 129-30, 132
  AQC Database No. 3632


Bernheim, Alain, 'Notes on Early Freemasony in Bordeaux (1732-69)' 101:33-132, 251
  AQC Database No. 3633


Bernheim, Alain, 'Further Light on the Masonic World of Joseph Glock' 100:33-60; on 'Goblet d'Alviella' (Brodsky) 78-80, 84; on 'W.W. Westcott' (Gilbert) 25-7, 29; Dictionnairede la Franc-Maçonnerie (1987) (ed. Daniel Ligou), reviewed by 254-6; Recherches sur le Rite Ecossais Ancien Accepte (1879) (Jean-Emile Daruty), facs. (1988), reviewed by 256
  AQC Database No. 3634


Bernheim, Alain 99:vii; 'The Dating of Masonic Records', [NS] for (1986) 9-45; Contribution à la connaissance de la genèse de la première Grande Loge de France (1974), (Travaux), Research L.81 (GLNF) 35n
  AQC Database No. 3635


Bernheim, Alain, of the Quatuor Coronati L.808 (Bayreuth, Germany), and of the Willard de Honnecourt L.81 (GLNF) (Paris, France), on Morin and [A&ASR] 97:176, 181
  AQC Database No. 3636


Bernheim, Alain, (France and Germany) 94:217
  AQC Database No. 3637


Bernheim, Alain, on "European Freemasonry 1730 to 1750" 81:120-2, 128
  AQC Database No. 3638


Bernigeroth, Johann Martin; Les Coutumes de Francs-Maçons dans leurs Assemblées (engravings) (1745), Leipzig 92:144
  AQC Database No. 3639


Bernstone, Joseph (fl.1907) 100:237
  AQC Database No. 3640


Berosus, Chaldean recorder 87:250
  AQC Database No. 3641


Berry, Henry Fitzpatrick+ (Dublin), (later changed his name to Twiss), Joined the Q.C. L.2076 (1907), Resigned (1919); See: Colin Dyer; History of the first 100 years of Q.C. L.2076 (1986), on Baal's Bridge Square 82:255-257
  AQC Database No. 3642


Berry, Henry Fitzpatrick+ (Dublin), Some Historical Episodes in Irish Freemasonry (1790-1830) 26:196-205
  AQC Database No. 3643


Berry, Henry Fitzpatrick+ (Dublin), The "Marencourt" Cup and Ancient Square preserved in the Union L.13, Limerick 18:13-19
  AQC Database No. 3644


Berry, Henry Fitzpatrick+ (Dublin), Sir Peter Lewys, Ecclesiastic, Cathedral/Bridge builder, Masons Company (1564-7) 15:4-22
  AQC Database No. 3645


Berry, Henry Fitzpatrick+ (Dublin); The Records of the Dublin Gild of Merchants, Holy Trinity 1438-1671. (1900), Ireland, reviewed 14:89-90
  AQC Database No. 3646


Berry, Henry Fitzpatrick+ (Dublin); Register of Wills and Inventories, Dublin, 1457-1483. (Trinity College) (1898), Ireland, reviewed 11:157
  AQC Database No. 3647


Berry, Miles, inventor of the photographic process, right sold to Richard Beard for £150 per annum (c.1841) 107:118
  AQC Database No. 3648


Berry, Thomas J., 'An Operative Lodge in the 1980s' 105:235-7
  AQC Database No. 3649


Berry, Thomas, of L.348*, and the Liverpool Rebellion [WGL] (1821) 85:35-8 passim, 35n1, 45-6, 52
  AQC Database No. 3650


Bersane, Petri 81:32, 33, 37; Coustos denounced by 38-40, 64; nationality of 82, 86
  AQC Database No. 3651


Berteloot, Fr. Joseph, (SJ); La Franc-Maçonnerie et l'Église Catholique - Perspectives de pacification (1947) 104:85
  AQC Database No. 3652


Berteloot, Fr. Joseph, (SJ) a Jesuit 89:67
  AQC Database No. 3653


Berteloot, Fr. Joseph, (SJ); Les Francs-Maçons devant l'Histoire (1949) 86:18n1
  AQC Database No. 3654


Berthollet, Comte Claude Louis (1749-1822), chemist, possible member of Lodge Les Neuf Sæurs (Nine Muses), Paris 109:9
  AQC Database No. 3655


Berthomieux, Bertrand, to Saint Marc with a Warrent (1753) 107:165
  AQC Database No. 3656


Bertil Gustaf Oscar Carl Eugen, HRH Prince (1912-1997), Sweden, Sovereign GM [SKA] (1973-1997) (OSM), (VSV) (Salomo's Wisest Deputy), National Grand Lodge of Sweden (SFMO) 107:260
  AQC Database No. 3657


Bertram, C.J. (fl.1757, yong Danish student [SKA]), 14th-C. historical forgery document, sent to William Stukeley, publ. Account of Richard of Cirencester (1757), exposed by J.E.B. Mayor (1869) 100:116
  AQC Database No. 3658


Berwich-upon-Tweed, Lodge of French prisoners of war (POW), established at (early 19th-Century) (Napoleonic war!) 107:118
  AQC Database No. 3659


Berwick-upon-Tweed, L.179* (A) [AGL], at 90:129
  AQC Database No. 3660


Beryl, Jewel, The Case of a Missing Engraved (Stewart) 102:214-21
  AQC Database No. 3661


Berzelius, Jöns Jacob (1779-1848), outstanding swedish chemist [SKA] (SFMO) 107:260
  AQC Database No. 3662


Besançon, founded a Grand Lodge for Frenche-Comté/Franche-Comté, on the call from Willermoz (1772) 109:38, 49n121
  AQC Database No. 3663


Besant, Mrs Annie Wood (1848-1933) 108:156; as Very Illustrious and Most Puissant Grand Commander, British Federation of the Co-Masonic Order [COF] 156
  AQC Database No. 3664


Besant, Mrs Annie Wood (1848-1933), of the 'Theosophical Society' (1889), leader of, with Leadbeater, after Blavatsky (1891) [COF], India 91:37
  AQC Database No. 3665


Besant, Mrs Annie Wood (1848-1933), of the 'Theosophical Society', and the 'Droit Humain' [COF], France 76:212-3
  AQC Database No. 3666


Besant, Sir Walter+ (1836-1901) 108:1
  AQC Database No. 3667


Besant, Sir Walter+ (1836-1901) 107:4, 119; London Life in the Eighteenth Century (1903) 46n7; his portrait 143
  AQC Database No. 3668


Besant, Sir Walter+ (1836-1901) 105:197, 199, q.201
  AQC Database No. 3669


Besant, Sir Walter+ (1836-1901) 99:169, 172, 180, 183; with E.H. Palmer; Jerusalem, the City of Herod and of Saladin (1871) 184; with Charles Warren at Palestine [KST] (1867-9) 169; See also: his Knighthood (in AQC vol.8:174)
  AQC Database No. 3670


Besant, Sir Walter+ (1836-1901) 93:105
  AQC Database No. 3671


Besant, Sir Walter+ (1836-1901) 91:2, 3
  AQC Database No. 3672


Besant, Sir Walter+ (1836-1901), his Biography and Obituary 14:105-8
  AQC Database No. 3673


Besant, Sir Walter+ (1836-1901), on bond of union for Masonic Students and the Masonic Arhæological Institute (1868-72), later Q.C. L.2076 (1884) 13:184
  AQC Database No. 3674


Besant, Sir Walter+ (1836-1901), his Portrait 2:64a
  AQC Database No. 3675


Bescheidenheit, Loge zur (Zürich) 109:33
  AQC Database No. 3676


Bessel, Paul M. (Virginia), WM of Civil War Research L.1865 (Virginia), Sec. (MLMA) Library & Masonic Research Specialist, <paulb@cpcug.org>, (Executive Secretary of the Masonic Leadership Center at the George Washington Masonic National Memorial), Washington D.C. (USA); See: His web site, with list of Prince Hall Grand Lodges [PH] (North America) (USA), Recognized as 'regular' (1997); <http://www.geocities.com/athens/1799/pha.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 3677


Besso, Michail Moses, init. (1868) Lodge Pythagoras (Corfu), expelled for visiting Lodge Phoenix 106:228
  AQC Database No. 3678


Best, Charles Henry, of Dorset 95:48
  AQC Database No. 3679


Best, Douglas 100:vi
  AQC Database No. 3680


Best MS. (c.1790?) [RA] (Durnovarian Ch.22) 95:48
  AQC Database No. 3681


Beständigkeit, Lodge zur (Constancy), closed (c.1784), Vienna 87:49
  AQC Database No. 3682


Bésuchet, J.C.; Précis Hitorique de la Franc-Maçonnerie (1829) 99:28, 35n
  AQC Database No. 3683


Besuchet, J.C.; Précis Historique de l'Ordre de la Franc-Maçonnerie (1829) 86:1n7
  AQC Database No. 3684


Beswick, Charles Albert (son of Samuel Parr), his fathers Obituary in 'New Church Messenger' (29/7-1903) 108:124
  AQC Database No. 3685


Beswick, Samuel Parr (1822-1903) 109:210-11
  AQC Database No. 3686


Beswick, Samuel Parr (1822-1903), UK/USA/Canada, his 2nd Swedenborgian Rite (1871) 108:124-25, 135, 137, 138n, 144, 147-48; How are Worlds Made? Being a New System of Cosmogonical Philosophy (1847) 124; Sacred Cubit of the Great Pyramid and Solomon's Temple (1877) 125; 'Survey of the Site of King Solomon's Temple' in Scribners Monthly (1875) 125; Swedenborg Rite and the Great Masonic Leaders of the Eighteenth Century (Swedenborg and Phremasonry) (1870) 124-26; 'The Ground Plan of Solomon's and Herod's Temples, Discovery of the exact sites' (1878) 125; his Obituary 'New Church Messenger' (1903) 124
  AQC Database No. 3687


Beswick, Samuel Parr (1822-1903); The Swedenborg Rite and the Great Masonic Leaders of the Eighteenth Century (Swedenborg and Phremasonry) (1870) 100:29
  AQC Database No. 3688


Beswicke-Royds MS. (late 17th-C.) [E.b.21.] (Sloane Branch, Sloane MSS. family) 106:259n4
  AQC Database No. 3689


Beswicke-Royds MS. (late 17th-C.) [E.b.21.] (Sloane Branch, Sloane MSS. family) 95:87, 114
  AQC Database No. 3690


Beswicke-Royds MS. (late 17th-C.) [E.b.21.] (Sloane Branch, Sloane MSS. family) 90:178
  AQC Database No. 3691


Beswicke-Royds MS. (late 17th-C.) [E.b.21.] (Sloane Branch, Sloane MSS. family), at the Library of the Manchester Association for Masonic Research (L.5502) 52:275
  AQC Database No. 3692


Beswicke-Royds MS. (late 17th-C.) [E.b.21.] (Sloane Branch, Sloane MSS. family), (Baxter, R.H.) The Old Charges and the Ritual 31:33-55; location (Manchester) (L.5502), and where reproduced (AQC vol.28:189) 40-44
  AQC Database No. 3693


Beswicke-Royde MS. (late 17th-C.) [E.b.21.] (Sloane Branch, Sloane MSS. family), (Baxter, R.H.) The Beswicke-Royde MS. of the Old Charges 28:189-97
  AQC Database No. 3694


Bet She'an, temple in Israel [KST] 106:237
  AQC Database No. 3695


Bethel, L.S.; The Story of Port Dalrymple (n.d.), (Tasmania/Australia) 76:33
  AQC Database No. 3696


Bethlehem Royal Arch Chapter (now Nativity Ch.126) [RA], Burnley 95:100
  AQC Database No. 3697


Bethune, Norman (1789-1848) 100:187, 190
  AQC Database No. 3698


Bethune, Rev. Dr. John, Deputy Provincial GM, Montreal & William Henry (1824-?) 100:187, 190
  AQC Database No. 3699


Bettencourt, Myron G., acknowledged for help on 'Anti-Masonry in Japan' (1994) 107:106
  AQC Database No. 3700


Betts, Miss K.M., of the Theosophical Society, London, and Yarker (1908) [COF] 109:208, 200n22
  AQC Database No. 3701


Beverley, Robert of, Master Mason at the completion of the rebuilding of Westminster Abbey (Cathedral) for Henry III (1272) 88:199
  AQC Database No. 3702


Bevern, Ferdinand Albrecht I, Duke of 109:62
  AQC Database No. 3703


Bewdley, L.107* (A) [AGL], at 90:125
  AQC Database No. 3704


Bewick, Thomas (1758-1828), wood engraver 82:192, 192n1
  AQC Database No. 3705


Bey, Idris (Ragheb), Head of the three Masonic Bodies in Egypt (1889-1922) 81:211, 212, 221
  AQC Database No. 3706


Beyer, Bernhard, Provincial GM (Bavaria); Geschichte der Grossloge zur Sonne (1955), (of Bayreuth) (G) q. 97:3, 17n5
  AQC Database No. 3707


Beyer, Bernhard & Bernhart, Frank+, 'The Quatuor Coronati on the Continent of Europe', (Austria & Wertheim) (1513) 70:118-19
  AQC Database No. 3708


Beyer, Fr. P., (SJ), on Freemasonry (1971) 104:61, 70
  AQC Database No. 3709


Beyeren, Albrecht Nicolass, Baron van Aerssen (Beijeren/Hogerheyden), GM, Netherlands (1756-8) 83:152, 153 bis, 173, 176, 176n1, 249, 259
  AQC Database No. 3710


Beyerlé, Jean Pierre Louis (b.1738), Master (WM) of Lodge 'Fidélité' at Nancy, and as 'Eques a Fascia' [OS]; De Conventu generali Latomorum apud Aqua Wilhelmsmina propre Hanauviam Oratio Mors omnia aequa (1782) (in french) (analysis of the Convent of Wilhelmsbad), for the Vth Province at 'Convent des Gaules' (1778) 109:40, 49n132
  AQC Database No. 3711


Beylerbeyi Palace 107:232
  AQC Database No. 3712


Beyond the Craft (1980, 3rd ed. 1991), Keith B. Jackson 107:104
  AQC Database No. 3713


Bezaleel, in the Graham MS. (1726) [Catechism] 94:120-1, 133
  AQC Database No. 3714


Bezaleel 88:74-5
  AQC Database No. 3715


Bezaleel (or Bezalel) 81:166, 182, 198
  AQC Database No. 3716


Beziers, Irish Lodge at, (Crawley, W.J. Chetwode) Notes on Irish Freemasonry (IC) 8:82
  AQC Database No. 3717


Bhagavad Gita, Hindu holy book [VSL] 92:182
  AQC Database No. 3718


Bhagavad Gita, the (Hindu V.S.L.) [VSL] 90:87, 89
  AQC Database No. 3719


Bhagavadgita, Hindu sacred book [VSL] q. 96:201
  AQC Database No. 3720


Bhagvad Gita, the, Hindu V.S.L. [VSL] 93:219
  AQC Database No. 3721


Bi-Centenary Festival, programme of (1964) 108:196
  AQC Database No. 3722


Bi-gradal system (c.1717) [PGL], (and in AQC vol.82:94) 106:57
  AQC Database No. 3723


Bibb, John (1810-62), architect 100:215-16
  AQC Database No. 3724


Biberich (Germany), Strict Observance [OS] in (1781) 109:40
  AQC Database No. 3725


Biberstein, C.G. Marschall von (d.c.1751/52), (C.G. Marshall von Biberstein), as 'Eques a Tabula Designatoria', friend/accomplice of von Hund and first head of Strict Observance, GM [OS] (1750s); See also: (in AQC vol.6:89) 109:21-3, 43n14, 67, 54, 80n12
  AQC Database No. 3726


Bible-bearer, the Scottish lodge office of [VSL] 97:62, 72
  AQC Database No. 3727


Bible-bearer, the Scottish lodge office of [VSL] 74:128
  AQC Database No. 3728


Bible in Freernasonry, The (supplement to Masonic Bible) reviewed (Nevill) [VSL] 88:105
  AQC Database No. 3729


Bible, The Barker (1599), Volume of the Sacred Law [VLS] 82:282, 283
  AQC Database No. 3730


Bible, The Geneva (1560) [VSL], one of the early illustrated Bibles, on 'ornamental' sphere and globes 82:322
  AQC Database No. 3731


Bible, The Holy [VSL], "elements" of Consecration mentioned in 81:362, 363
  AQC Database No. 3732


Bible, The Holy [VSL], (18th-century), as the revealed word of God, communicated directly with the Jewish prophets, sent his son Jesus Christ 109:2
  AQC Database No. 3733


Bible, The Holy [VSL], (Brett, Gerard) King Solomon, and reference to in [KST] 66:89-103; the 'Copenhagen Bible' [SKA] 94
  AQC Database No. 3734


Bible, The Holy [VSL], (Carr, Harry) Bible openings. (Q.51) 77:299-300
  AQC Database No. 3735


Bible, The Holy [VSL], (Carr, Harry) Bible in Masonic literature and in the Lodge. (Q.29) 75:233-5
  AQC Database No. 3736


Bible, The Holy [VSL], (Carr, Harry) Using the V.S.L. at Lodge of Instruction. (Q.88) 80:337-8; "Law and the Prophets." (Q.89) 338-9
  AQC Database No. 3737


Bible, The Holy [VSL], (Christian and Jewish V.S.L.), a Grand Lodge Officer (India), as 'Bearer of the V.S.L.' (1961) 74:128
  AQC Database No. 3738


Bible, The Holy [VSL], (Daynes, G.W.) The Bible - its place and use in Lodges 67:73-82
  AQC Database No. 3739


Bible, The Holy [VSL], (Herring, D.J.) The Bibles of Lodge Singapore 76:137-9
  AQC Database No. 3740


Bible, The Holy [VSL], early versions, the Wycliff translation (c.1380), and authorised version (1611) 88:215
  AQC Database No. 3741


Bible, The Holy [VSL], The V.S.L. in our ceremonies (International), and in L.7178 [UGL] (Singapore) (Q.114) 83:377
  AQC Database No. 3742


Bible, The Holy [VSL], The Volume of the Sacred Law: Where Opened? (Mendoza, Harry) 103:260
  AQC Database No. 3743


Bible, The Holy [VSL], Volume of the Sacred Law (V.S.L.) 97:34-6, 74, 156, 160, 163-71 bis
  AQC Database No. 3744


Bible, The Holy [VSL]; See also: Holy Bible, the 90:85-91 passim, 249-50
  AQC Database No. 3745


Bible, The Holy [VSL]; See also: Volume of the Sacred Law [VLS], The 'Barker' Bible (1599) 82:282, 283; The Geneva Bible (1560) 322
  AQC Database No. 3746


Bible, The Holy [VSL]; See also: Hunt, Charles Clyde; Masonic Concordance of the Holy Bible (1948), with 3335 entries, (Masonic Book Club, Illinois) (1984) 98:215-216
  AQC Database No. 3747


Bible, The Wycliff (c.1380), early translation versions, and authorised version (1611) 88:215
  AQC Database No. 3748


Bible [VSL], (18th-century), as the revealed word or God, communicated directly with the Jewish prophets, sent his son Jesus Christ 109:2
  AQC Database No. 3749


Biblical characters in Freemasonry [VSL] 94:220-1
  AQC Database No. 3750


Biblical texts [VSL], on Certificates 82:182; on the Pillars and [KST] 323; See also: Volume of the Sacred Law [VLS], open, to make a lodge "just" 82:291, 293; on the Pillars and [KST] 323
  AQC Database No. 3751


Bibliography, (Adams, C.C.) Notes on some 18th century Masonic handbooks 50:145-186
  AQC Database No. 3752


Bibliography, (Adams, C.C.) The Freemasons Pocket Companions of the 18th-century 46:222
  AQC Database No. 3753


Bibliography, (Adams, C.C.) The Freemasons Pocket Companions of the 18th-century 45:165-231
  AQC Database No. 3754


Bibliography, (Carr, Harry) The Mason's bookshelf (list of books) (1958) 71:Inset. (Misc. Lat.) (Miscellanea Latomorum)
  AQC Database No. 3755


Bibliography, (Conder, Edward) Inaugural address (English Masonic Literature.) 13:180-5
  AQC Database No. 3756


Bibliography, (Crowe, F.J.W.) Inaugural address (1909), list of Masonic books published (1909) 22:193-199
  AQC Database No. 3757


Bibliography, (Draffen, G.S.) Inaugural Address (1957), Library of Grand Lodge, Scotland (SC) 71:3-8
  AQC Database No. 3758


Bibliography, (Dring, E.H.) Inaugural Address (1912), Masonic Bibliography, English to (1751) 25:345-85
  AQC Database No. 3759


Bibliography, (Elkington, George) On "Freemasons Magazine or General & Complete Library" 42:140-63
  AQC Database No. 3760


Bibliography, (Heaton, W.E.) Masonic antiques 59:23-54
  AQC Database No. 3761


Bibliography, (Hewitt, A.R.) A rare Masonic pamphlet discovered (Select orations on various subjects.) [Pamphlet] 75:107
  AQC Database No. 3762


Bibliography, (Hewitt, A.R.) A rare Masonic pamphlet discovered (Select orations on various subjects.) [Pamphlet] 74:88-98
  AQC Database No. 3763


Bibliography, (Hughan, W.J.) Bibliography of the "Old Charges" 9:85-7
  AQC Database No. 3764


Bibliography, (Hughan, W.J.) Unidentified or missing MSS. 4:52-6
  AQC Database No. 3765


Bibliography, (Lepper, J.H.) Smith's Pocket Companion, Dublin (1735) 56:300-304
  AQC Database No. 3766


Bibliography, (list of books) 100:104-108; Operative, Union, Workers, Builders, Journeymen, Shipwrights, Oddfellows (IOOF), Royal Society (RS), Trade, Gild, Horseman, Buffaloes, Foresters, Gardeners, Bucks, Druids, Engineers; See also: Association and Common People's Organizations (Ritual and History), (Durr) 88-108
  AQC Database No. 3767


Bibliography, (Masonic books etc., recomended masonic literature, list of) 87:210-1; 'The Mason's Bookshelf' (Carr); See also: (in AQC vol.71:Inset.) (Misc. Lat.) 209, q.210
  AQC Database No. 3768


Bibliography, (Masonic books, list of), on 'Regularity of Origin' (Haffner) 96:127-8; See also: Literature, masonic; and: Reviews (reviewed)
  AQC Database No. 3769


Bibliography, (Masonic books, list of), recommended list of ten books (Wells) 86:321-2
  AQC Database No. 3770


Bibliography, (Spencer, N.B.) Some of the rare books in Freemasonry 78:210-16
  AQC Database No. 3771


Bibliography, (Speth, G.W.) A Masonic curriculum 3:116-20
  AQC Database No. 3772


Bibliography, (United Grand Lodge) Chronological chart of principal Craft and Royal Arch records up to (1900) [RA], held in the Library at Freemasons' Hall [UGL] 63:304-5
  AQC Database No. 3773


Bibliography, A; of A.E. Waite (Golden Dawn & Rose-Croix) (1983), (GD), (Gilbert), Reviewed (Hamill) 95:211-212
  AQC Database No. 3774


Bibliography, French masonic literature (Solf), List of recent books (pre-1979) 91:101-15
  AQC Database No. 3775


Bibliography, in Masonic Research, The Role of (Gilbert) 103:124-49
  AQC Database No. 3776


Bibliography, list of books and articles on 'Death and the Freemasons' 108:26-27
  AQC Database No. 3777


Bibliography, Masonic (Bibliographie der Freimaurerischen Literatur) (1911-13), (Wolfstieg, August), reviewed 24:294
  AQC Database No. 3778


Bibliography, masonic; See also: English Printed Masonic Literature up to 1751. (Bibliography), by E.H. Dring (in AQC vol.25:345-385) 89:189-90
  AQC Database No. 3779


Bibliography, on freemasons during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902), list of books 97:32
  AQC Database No. 3780


Bibliography; Biographia Britannica (1747) (by Dr. Campbell), biography on Elias Ashmole (and his diary of 1646) 181-4
  AQC Database No. 3781


Bibliography; See also: Dictionary of National Biography (DNB) (D.N.B.) 40:30-42, 126-138, 230-240
  AQC Database No. 3782


Biblioteca Masonica, August Belz, catalogue (1983) 103:144
  AQC Database No. 3783


Biblioteca Nazionale Vittorio Emanuele, Rome (Italy) 87:225
  AQC Database No. 3784


Bibliotheca Furleiana (1714), Benjamin Furly's library 107:78n13
  AQC Database No. 3785


Bibliotheca Romana, (catalogue of Ruddiman's library, now in the), prepared by William Preston (1758) 91:130, 136
  AQC Database No. 3786


Bibliothèque d'Epernay (France); Chevalier Ramsay, New Appreciation (Batham, GLNF), transcript of the 'Epernay' Oration/Discourse manuscript of (1736) 81:280-315
  AQC Database No. 3787


Bibliothèque d'Epernay (France); Gazette Manuscript MS. (1737), on the election of Lord Derwentwater as GM, France 86:23, 23n1
  AQC Database No. 3788


Bibliothèque d'Epernay (France); its record of a meeting of the 'Grande Loge de France' (1736) 101:258
  AQC Database No. 3789


Bibliothèque Nationale (National Library) Paris, (France); Manuscript MS. (1735/7) on Lord Derwentwater, GM, and minutes of Grand Lodge of France meetings 86:22-23
  AQC Database No. 3790


Bibliothèque Nationale (National Library), Paris 104:96, 103, 106, 111-12, 118-19, 190, 256
  AQC Database No. 3791


Bibliothèque Nationale (National Library), Paris, with the 'Fonds Maçonnique' at, (Grand Orient' archives, stored by Nazis) 101:33; Catalogue des manuscrits maçonniques des Bibliothèques de France (1984) 35-6, 40, 73; See also: Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, (National Library), of Grande Orient de France (GOdF)
  AQC Database No. 3792


Bibliothèque Nationale (National Library) Paris, with the 'Fonds Maçonnique' (Grand Orient d'France's archives) at, can be consulted withtout special permission of the Grand Orient (GOdF) 91:115
  AQC Database No. 3793


Bibliothèque Nationale (National Library), Paris, with the 'Fonds Maçonnique' at, (Grand Orient' archives, stored by Nazis), Madame Florence de Lussy, the custodian of 99:235
  AQC Database No. 3794


Bibliothèque St. Omer (France), acknowledgement to, by F.L. Turner (1995) 108:232
  AQC Database No. 3795


Bicentenaries of Royal Arch Chapters (EC), [RA] 81:333-5
  AQC Database No. 3796


Bicentenary Bars approved by G. Chapter (1953), [RA] (EC) 81:334
  AQC Database No. 3797


Bickham, George; The Musical Entertainer (1738); See also: (in AQC vol.40:33) q. 103:151
  AQC Database No. 3798


Bickley, Francis B.; The Little Red Book of Bristol. (William de Colford, 1344, Gilds) (1900), reviewed 14:90-91
  AQC Database No. 3799


Bidary Lodge, started by Malkam Khan (late 19th-C.), later under 'Grand Orient of France' (GOdF), Teheran (Iran) 81:266-7
  AQC Database No. 3800


Biddle, Leslie J., The Principal charactcrs of the Royal Arch story [RA] 79:283-9
  AQC Database No. 3801


Bideaud, A., (-Villadieu), 'The Register furnished J.B. Villadieu by Antoine Bideaud (33()' (France) (1806), in 'Official Bulletin' [A&ASR] (SMJ) (1884) (USA) 99:18, 26, 35n
  AQC Database No. 3802


Bideaud, Antoine, his Supreme Council, Cerneau competing with [A&ASR]! , in New York (1806) (USA) 105:115n3, 122
  AQC Database No. 3803


Bieberstein, Christian Adam Marschall von (1732-1786), init. in Lodge 'Zur Eindracht' (1765), Berlin, joined [OS] (1767), as 'Eques a Thymalo' (1776) 109:30n110; representing the VIIth Province at the Wilhelmsbad Convent (1782) 41, 43n14, 67, 70, 77
  AQC Database No. 3804


Bielby & Bewick (Newcastle upon Tyne), Lodge certificate engraved by (1792) 82:192, 206
  AQC Database No. 3805


Bielby, Ralph, copper engraver of Newcastle 82:192
  AQC Database No. 3806


Bielefeld Branch, (ABF), Germany 83:281-2
  AQC Database No. 3807


Bielfeld, Jakob Friedrich von (1716/7-1770), Secretary of the first Hamburg Lodge 'Ville de Hambourg' (1737), togther with the Lodge Master Oberg and Baron von Löwen, travelled to Brunswick, to initiate Prince Frederick (1738) (later, King Frederick II, The Great), Germany/Prussia 109:10, 16n19
  AQC Database No. 3808


Bien Aimée, La, Lodge (1735) at Amsterdam 83:153, 162
  AQC Database No. 3809


Bienfaisance, Loge la 109:72
  AQC Database No. 3810


Bienfaisante, La, Lodge at Ghent (1770) (Dutch constitutions) 83:159, 172, 173
  AQC Database No. 3811


Bienfaissance et Philogénie Réunies Lodge (1811), Ionian Islands, Greece 106:211
  AQC Database No. 3812


Bienvellance, La, Lodge (Memphis Rite, 1838), Brussels 92:3
  AQC Database No. 3813


Bienviellance, La, Lodge (Misraim Rite, 1835), Lyons 92:2
  AQC Database No. 3814


Bienz, Prof. Ernst (Zürich), "Freemasonry and International Understanding" (1971) 84:209 bis
  AQC Database No. 3815


Bigarré, enemie of Count Luxembourg, on list in letter from brethren of Montauban to the Duke of Chartres, in 'Sharp document' No.129 (1772) 107:177
  AQC Database No. 3816


Biggar, Francis Joseph, on William Stennors (d.1626), Master Mason (his grave slab), Bangor, Down, Ireland 13:177
  AQC Database No. 3817


Biggar, Scotland, Lodge (1888) at 96:125
  AQC Database No. 3818


Biggarsberg Unity L.2084, Dundee, Natal 97:20-1
  AQC Database No. 3819


Bihan, Alain Le; Loges et Chapitres de la Grande Loge et du Grand Orient de France (1967) (GOdF), and the 'Sharp Documents', description of Pierre de Sicard's masonic career, in 108:254, 256n1
  AQC Database No. 3820


Bikram Singh (fl.1861) 92:181
  AQC Database No. 3821


Bilhar, José (Freemason in Lisbon, 1743) 81:32, 34, 37, 38, 39, 44
  AQC Database No. 3822


Billers, Sir William (d.1745), (Fisher, W.G.) A Cavalcade of Freemasons (1731) 74:34
  AQC Database No. 3823


Bills of Mortality, The 103:35; note by Michael Spurr 240
  AQC Database No. 3824


Bills of Mortality, The (Spurr) 102:197-201
  AQC Database No. 3825


Bills of Mortality, The (the old 'City' area, in London) (1717) 84:308
  AQC Database No. 3826


Binches, Frederick, G.Sec. Mark Masonry (EC), (predecessor to C.F. Matier) 106:172, 184n1
  AQC Database No. 3827


Bindman, David; Hogarth (1981) 101:176-7
  AQC Database No. 3828


Bingley, Robert Benson, 1st Baron, (Barron, F.J.) Freemasonry in (1722) 15:61-3
  AQC Database No. 3829


Binney, Marcus; Sir Robert Taylor, from Rococo to Neo-Classicism (1984), architecture 101:179
  AQC Database No. 3830


Biography, Collective, (Edge, J.H.) A short sketch of the rise and progress of Irish Freemasonry 26:131-45
  AQC Database No. 3831


Biography, Collective, (Fisher, W.G.) A Cavalcade of Freemasons in (1731) 74:32-49
  AQC Database No. 3832


Biography, Collective, (Fisher, W.G.) A Cavalcade of Freemasons in (1731) 76:44-60
  AQC Database No. 3833


Biography, Collective, (Hills, G.P.G.) Notes on some Masonic personalities at the end of the 18th century 25:141-64
  AQC Database No. 3834


Biography, Collective, (Newton, Edward) Brethren who made Masonic history. - James Anderson (1679-1739), John T. Desagulies (1683-1744), T. Dunkerley (1724-95), S. Hemming (1757-1828) 78:130-45
  AQC Database No. 3835


Biography, Collective, (Williams, W.J.) Masonic personalia (1723-39) 40:30-42, 126-138, 230-40
  AQC Database No. 3836


Biography, Collective, (Williams, W.J.) Masonic personalia (1723-39) 44:198-199
  AQC Database No. 3837


Biography, Individual; See: Names of Persons, books, review (reviewed), etc. (and '+' denoting present or former member of the Q.C. No.2076, London) (L.2076) [UGL]
  AQC Database No. 3838


Birch, John (1694-1730), M.D. Leyden (1716) 85:301, 305
  AQC Database No. 3839


Birch, W. de G.; Cartularium Saxonicum (1885-99) 99:85
  AQC Database No. 3840


Birch, William, and the Hall Fund (1783) 82:24
  AQC Database No. 3841


Birkhead, Matthew (d.1722) 109:244
  AQC Database No. 3842


Birkhead, Matthew (d.1723), comedian, of the Drury Lane Play House (London), his masonic funeral [PGL], at St. Clement Danes (1723) 108:14
  AQC Database No. 3843


Birkhead, Matthew (d.1722), actor 105:192; 'The Pallbearers of' (Reddyhoff) 192-4
  AQC Database No. 3844


Birkhead, Matthew (d.1722), 'The Enter'd Apprentice's Song' (1(), 'Come, let us prepare' (1717) 103:151, 153
  AQC Database No. 3845


Birkhead, Matthew (d.1722), 'The Enter'd Apprentice's Song' (1(), 'Come, let us prepare' (1717) 95:193
  AQC Database No. 3846


Birkhead, Matthew (d.1722), and the Enter'd Apprentice's Song 88:188-9; See also: An Answer to the Free-Masons Health (1725), [Pamphlet] [EMP], parody of the Enter'd Prentices Song
  AQC Database No. 3847


Birkhead, Matthew (d.1722), Deceas'd, his song attributed to James Anderson 82:333
  AQC Database No. 3848


Birkhead, Matthew (d.1722), actor at Theatre Royal (Drury Lane) and Freemason, author of 'The Enter'd Prentice's Song', interred in St. Clement Danes (Church) 81:332
  AQC Database No. 3849


Birkhead, Matthew (d.1722), (William, W.J.) Mathew Birkhead, author of the Apprentice's song 42:130-1
  AQC Database No. 3850


Birkhead, Matthew (d.1722), (Gould, R.F.) The Entered Apprentice's Song (1725) [Pamphlet] (Mathew Birkhead), [EMP] 4:169-71, 245
  AQC Database No. 3851


Birks, John (Barnsley) [WGL] 90:14, 22, 34, 35
  AQC Database No. 3852


Birmingham (Daily) Post, Sir Alfred Robbins, London Correspondent for (1888) 86:100, q.133
  AQC Database No. 3853


Birmingham, (Hobbs, J.W.) Summer Outing (1924), to Birmingham and district (Topography) 37:253-9
  AQC Database No. 3854


Birmingham, L.71 (A) (1758-60) at 98:133
  AQC Database No. 3855


Birmingham, L.124 (A) (1764-5) at 98:133
  AQC Database No. 3856


Birnie, George L., of Antiquity (L.2) (1834-38) 89:18, 20
  AQC Database No. 3857


Birnstingl, Harry Joseph; Sir John Soane (1925) q. 95:202
  AQC Database No. 3858


Birr, Lodge at, L.163 (IC) 84:58-9
  AQC Database No. 3859


Birth of Freemasonry, The, at Warrington (1646), (Boscow, H.) 95:218-219
  AQC Database No. 3860


Birth of Freemasonry, The, (MS.), (Weir, James H.)/(MacIntyre, A.D.)/(Ward, E.) 93:220-2
  AQC Database No. 3861


Birth of Freemasonry, The, another theory, (Seal-Coon, F.W.) 92:199-202
  AQC Database No. 3862


Birth of Freemasonry, The, (Ward, E.) 91:77-100
  AQC Database No. 3863


Birth of Freemasonry, The, (600 Years of Craft Ritual), (Carr, H.) 81:153-205
  AQC Database No. 3864


Birth of Freemasonry, The, (The Genesis of Speculative Masonry, The 'Old Charge') (MS.), (Knoop, D.) 55:4-26
  AQC Database No. 3865


Birth of the Provincial Grand Lodge for Devon. (B.W. Oliver) 71:14-25
  AQC Database No. 3866


Bisdee, J.W., V.C., init. L.1068 (1918), Egypt 81:222
  AQC Database No. 3867


Bishop, George 107:122
  AQC Database No. 3868


Bishop, Morris; Horizon Book of the Middle Ages 88:17n3,32
  AQC Database No. 3869


Bishop's Bible, The (1599) [VSL] 94:7, 14
  AQC Database No. 3870


Bishops' Bible, The (1572) [VSL] 84:193
  AQC Database No. 3871


Bisley L.2317, Woking/Surbiton 93:109
  AQC Database No. 3872


Bismarck, Otto von (1815-1898), German Chancellor (1871-90), having united various kingdoms into Prussia, was dreaming of a wider Germanic Empire embracing all German-speaking people 108:81, 99
  AQC Database No. 3873


Bismarck, Otto von (1815-1898), German Chancellor (1871-90), (Germany) 97:2
  AQC Database No. 3874


Bitek, Haluk (Turkey) 105:251-2
  AQC Database No. 3875


Bivona, Baron Antonio (fl.1787), lawyer 98:207
  AQC Database No. 3876


Bixby, C.S., laying of a masonic corner stone in Osawatomie, Kansas (USA) (1900) 13:192
  AQC Database No. 3877


Björnsson, Haukur (b.1942), Grand Lodge Liberian (Scandinavian Rite/Swedish Rite), Iceland [SKA]; See: National Grand Lodge of Iceland (FRAI), (Frímúrarareglan á Íslandi)
  AQC Database No. 3878


Björnsson, Sveinn (1881-1951), 1st President of Iceland (1944-1951), init. (1910) (DDFO) [SKA]; See: National Grand Lodge of Iceland (FRAI), (Frímúrarareglan á Íslandi)
  AQC Database No. 3879


black, its symbolism (colour) 105:188
  AQC Database No. 3880


Black, Alan M., 'A Severance of Intercourse: an Episode in the History of a Canadian Lodge', (St. Paul's L.374) [UGL] (1880s) (Montreal) 109:240-3
  AQC Database No. 3881


Black, Alan M., Sec. of St. Paul's L.374 [UGL], Montreal (Canada) 100:187
  AQC Database No. 3882


Black Boy and Sugar Loaf, L.89* (1732-45) at the, Stanhope Street [PGL] 92:114
  AQC Database No. 3883


Black Boy and Sugar Loaf, L.89* at, in Grand Lodge Minutes (1730) [PGL] 85:304
  AQC Database No. 3884


Black Boy, Clare Market, London, L.89* at [PGL] (1732-45) 39:114
  AQC Database No. 3885


Black Death, the (15th-century), its effect on operative masons (England) 82:271
  AQC Database No. 3886


Black Dog, Seven Dials, London, L.151* at [PGL] (1736-1789) 39:115
  AQC Database No. 3887


Black Eagle and Réaucroic Chapter, Grand Lodge of Masons Knights of the, Willermoz as Past GM President of, and leader of the Elus-Coens (Coïns) Chapter (1772), [RER]! 109:38, 49n119
  AQC Database No. 3888


Black, John R., British journalist who published an English-language newspaper 'The Japan Gazett' and the Japanese-language newspaper 'Nisshin Shinjishi' and 'Bankoku Shimbun', and the book 'Young Japan' (early 20th-Century) 107:87
  AQC Database No. 3889


Black, Joseph (1728-1799), chemist 109:6
  AQC Database No. 3890


Black Lodge, under Les Elus Parfaits (Constitutions of Bordeaux), (means a lodge of Elect of Nine), founded by Tiphaine (New Orleans) 107:168, 178n15
  AQC Database No. 3891


Black Lyon (Jockey Fields), L.77 at, in Grand Lodge Minutes (1730) [PGL] 85:304
  AQC Database No. 3892


Black, M., ed.; Peake's Commentary on the Bible (Nelson) (1962) 107:197n1,3
  AQC Database No. 3893


Black Mark, degree 94:209 bis
  AQC Database No. 3894


Black, W.P.M.; Has the S.O.S. (Radio/Emergency) call a Masonic origin? 28:156, 213
  AQC Database No. 3895


Blackden, Marcus Worsley, of the 'Golden Dawn' Order (GD), and A.E. Waite, admitted Zelator (1902) [SRIA] 99:93-5, 101
  AQC Database No. 3896


Blackden, Marcus Worsley; The Ritual of The Mystery of Judgment of the Soul (n.d.), published by the High Council [SRIA] (EC); See: Rosicrucian Society of England [SRIA]
  AQC Database No. 3897


Blacker, William, init. Somerset House L.279* (1813), acting as kind of Masonic equerry to the Duke of Sussex 56:128, 128n1, 308
  AQC Database No. 3898


Blackerby, Nathaniel (d.1742), Deputy GM [PGL] (1729-30) 104:34-5
  AQC Database No. 3899


Blackerby, Nathaniel (d.1742), Deputy GM [PGL] (1729-30), Treasure/(WM) of L.4 (1738) 103:31
  AQC Database No. 3900


Blackerby, Nathaniel (d.1742), Deputy GM [PGL] (1729-30), his 'Blackerby's Prologue and Epilogue' (1729/30) [Pamphlet] (MS.) [F.4.], (Prologue printed in Ahiman Rezon) [EMP] 101:26
  AQC Database No. 3901


Blackerby, Nathaniel (d.1742), Deputy GM [PGL] (1729-30), on the 'swedish' Sword of State 98:70 bis, 163
  AQC Database No. 3902


Blackerby, Nathaniel (d.1742), Deputy GM [PGL] (1729-30); The Free-Masons Magick Ladder (1731) [Pamphlet], [EMP] 97:230
  AQC Database No. 3903


Blackerby, Nathaniel (d.1742), Deputy GM [PGL] (1729-30), on Grand Stewards 91:173, 175
  AQC Database No. 3904


Blackerby, Nathaniel (d.1742), Deputy GM [PGL] (1729-30), on the; Masonry Dissected (1730) [MD] 90:250
  AQC Database No. 3905


Blackerby, Nathaniel (d.1742), Deputy GM [PGL] (1729-30) 88:208-9
  AQC Database No. 3906


Blackerby, Nathaniel (d.1742), Deputy GM [PGL] (1729-30), Nathan(iel), Grand Lodge minutes on Pamphlet by Samuel Prichard [MD] (1730) 87:116
  AQC Database No. 3907


Blackerby, Nathaniel (d.1742), Deputy GM [PGL] (1729-30), his Prologue and Epilogue (1729/30) [Pamphlet] (MS.) [F.4.], (Prologue printed in Ahiman Rezon) [EMP] 83:103
  AQC Database No. 3908


Blackerby, Nathaniel (d.1742), Deputy GM [PGL] (1729-30) 81:96; q. on Prichard (1730) [MD] 182
  AQC Database No. 3909


Blackerby, Nathaniel (d.1742), Deputy GM [PGL] (1729-30) 78:55; treasurer of the Charity Committee, had been a freemason before (1717), and Sir Ch. Wren & James Anderson 206
  AQC Database No. 3910


Blackerby, Nathaniel (d.1742), Deputy GM [PGL] (1729-30), (Fisher, W.G.) A Cavalcade of Freemasons (1731) 74:34-5
  AQC Database No. 3911


Blackerby, Nathaniel (d.1742), Deputy GM [PGL] (1729-30) 39:109
  AQC Database No. 3912


Blackerby, Nathaniel (d.1742), Deputy GM [PGL] (1729-30), (Williams, W.J.) Nathaniel Blackerby 38:106
  AQC Database No. 3913


Blackfriars Bridge L.211* [PGL], L.188* [UGL] (1832), now Cadogan L.162 [UGL] 84:263, 271-2
  AQC Database No. 3914


Blackfriars Bridge, London, builders' rite 89:144
  AQC Database No. 3915


Blackham, Major; Masons Marks (n.d.), published by the High Council [SRIA] (EC); See: Rosicrucian Society of England [SRIA]
  AQC Database No. 3916


Blackie, George (Canada) 97:101
  AQC Database No. 3917


Blackledge, R.S., of Sutton, and his 'Newcastle-upon-Tyne' Book of Constitutions (1723) 81:260
  AQC Database No. 3918


Blackstone, Sir William; Commentaries on the Laws of England (1769) 99:77-8
  AQC Database No. 3919


Blackwell-Smyth, Rev. P.; Cornwall, Freemasonry and the Decade of Evangelism (1992) 105:245
  AQC Database No. 3920


Blackwood Le Bas & Co., publishers 85:62, 65
  AQC Database No. 3921


Blagdon L.659 (1856), Blyth, jewish members (1856-1884) 100:239
  AQC Database No. 3922


Blaine, William C., on the depth of Zedekiah's cavern (quarry), Jerusalem [KST] 106:232
  AQC Database No. 3923


Blair, Right Rev. Sir David Hunter (b.1853), Bart., later Abbot of Fort Augustus (R.C.), init. (c.1873) Apollo University L.357, Oxford, and Provincial Grand Organist (Oxfordshire), in his; A Medley of Memories (1919), A Roman Catholic estimate of English Freemasonry 32:173-4
  AQC Database No. 3924


Blair; Masonic Record (1909), on the Etruscan L.546 (1847), Longton (Stafford) 22:193, 196
  AQC Database No. 3925


Blake, Bro., engraver of Lodge certificate 82:193, 210
  AQC Database No. 3926


Blake, Richard (1760-1829), (Ward, Eric) Richard Blake, the Royal York Lodge of Bristol and its Royal Arch [RA] and Knights Templar [KT] appendages 73:79-97
  AQC Database No. 3927


Blake, Sir Henry Arthur (Blade), (Abraham, P.L.) Sir Henry Blake, Governor of Jamaica (1889-1900), District GM of Jamaica (1897-1900), Governor of Hong Kong (1900), Governor of Bahamas, Newfoundland, Hong Kong and Ceylon; See also: Freemasonry in Ceylon (in AQC vol.59:129-187) 61:162-4
  AQC Database No. 3928


Blake, Sir Richard (fl.1791) 93:75
  AQC Database No. 3929


Blake, William (1757-1827), painter and poet 101:225
  AQC Database No. 3930


Blake, William (1757-1827), artist, 'The Ancient of Days' 87:221
  AQC Database No. 3931


Blake, William (1757-1827), his painting, 'The Ancient of Days' (Great Geometer), and the Age of Enlightenment 86:344
  AQC Database No. 3932


Blakey, G.S.; The Worshipful Master (1975), reviewed (Smyth) 88:106-7
  AQC Database No. 3933


Blancard, Jacques, of Martinique q. 101:93
  AQC Database No. 3934


Blancard, Jaques 107:155, 162
  AQC Database No. 3935


Blanch, Nathan, init. (1721) 92:42
  AQC Database No. 3936


Blanchet, Grand Officer (GOdF), last Master (WM) of Lodge Les Neuf Sæurs (Nine Muses) (1846-7), Paris 86:317
  AQC Database No. 3937


Blancks, John 107:37, 49
  AQC Database No. 3938


Bland (fl.1750s), London, (Sculptor/engraver, Pig Street), Teerry Haunch on the work of 108:203-4, 206, 212
  AQC Database No. 3939


Bland (fl.1750s), London, (engraver, of Pig Street), printer of Lodge certificates, for the Caledonian Lodge, (now L.134) London 82:190, 192, 201
  AQC Database No. 3940


Bland, Joseph; Fifty years of the Arboretum L.1033 (1858-1908). (1909), reviewed 23:94
  AQC Database No. 3941


Bland, Major J.A.K., British District GM (G) (1957), Germany 83:282-99 passim
  AQC Database No. 3942


Bland, O.; The Royal Way of Death (1986) 108:27n
  AQC Database No. 3943


Blandesburg, Ross 93:41n1
  AQC Database No. 3944


Blandford, (Turner, George Edward); A Sketch of Freemasonry in Blandford from 1771 to 1897. (1898), reviewed 11:157-8
  AQC Database No. 3945


Blaney, Lord; See also: Blayney, Cadwallader (1720-75), 9th Lord, GM [PGL] (1764-6) 109:96
  AQC Database No. 3946


Blantyre, L.956 (SC), Malawi 103:233
  AQC Database No. 3947


Blaquiere, William C., Deputy Provincial GM, Bengal (in 1828) 92:185n6
  AQC Database No. 3948


Blarney, L.520 (IC), its Warrant used at Duns (Campbell's Lodge) 90:273, 274
  AQC Database No. 3949


Blavatsky, Madame Helena Petrovna (1831-1891), (Theosophical Society) 109:208; Isis Unveiled (1877) 109:208
  AQC Database No. 3950


Blavatzky, Madame Helena Petrovna (1831-1891), theosophist 105:199
  AQC Database No. 3951


Blavatsky, Madame Helena Petrovna (1831-1891), theosophist 104:243-4
  AQC Database No. 3952


Blavatsky, Madame Helena Petrovna (1831-1891), theosophist 100:12-13; her bibliography, Isis Unveiled (1877), The Secret Doctrine (1888) 20n12
  AQC Database No. 3953


Blavatsky, Madame Helena Petrovna (1831-1891), theosophist 99:89
  AQC Database No. 3954


Blavatsky, Madame Helena Petrovna (1831-1891), occultist, co-founder of The Theosophical Society (1875), (USA) 91:30, 37
  AQC Database No. 3955


Blavatzky, Madame Helena Petrovna (1831-1891), theosophist; The Secret Doctrine (1888) 86:138n1
  AQC Database No. 3956


Blavatzky, Madame Helena Petrovna (1831-1891), (Theosophical Society), New York (1875) (USA), (1887) [COF] (London) 85:250, 267, 271; her 'Initiation' by Yarker (1878) 272n2, 274, 288, 295; Kipling's father on 286; Complete Works of (1933) 295; Isis Unveiled (1877) 272n2, 295
  AQC Database No. 3957


Blavatsky, Madame Helena Petrovna (1831-1891), (Theosophical Society); Isis Unveiled (1877) 82:161n7
  AQC Database No. 3958


Blavatzky, Madame Helena Petrovna (1831-1891), theosophist; The Secret Doctrine (1888) 70:138n1
  AQC Database No. 3959


Blavet, Michel (1700-68); 'Marche pour la Grande Loge de la Maçonnerie' (flutes music) 89:178, 179 bis, 181n31
  AQC Database No. 3960


Blay, W.F., PJGW [UGL] (1939) 95:73
  AQC Database No. 3961


Blayney, Cadwallader (1720-75), 9th Lord, GM [PGL] (1764-6), (Lord Blaney) 109:96
  AQC Database No. 3962


Blayney, Cadwallader (1720-75), 9th Lord, GM [PGL] (1764-6), as the first 'Moderns' Grand Master to be associated with the Royal Arch [RA] (1766) 108:197
  AQC Database No. 3963


Blayney, Cadwallader (1720-75), 9th Lord, GM [PGL] (1764-6) 101:50, 69
  AQC Database No. 3964


Blayney, Cadwallader (1720-75), 9th Lord, GM [PGL] (1764-6) 99:38, 156, 198
  AQC Database No. 3965


Blayney, Cadwallader (1720-75), 9th Lord, GM [PGL] (1764-6) 98:114, 117
  AQC Database No. 3966


Blayney, Cadwallader (1720-75), 9th Lord, GM [PGL] (1764-6) 97:49
  AQC Database No. 3967


Blayney, Cadwallader (1720-75), 9th Lord, GM [PGL] (1764-6) 90:112 bis, 163, 224
  AQC Database No. 3968


Blayney, Cadwallader (1720-75), 9th Lord, GM [PGL] (1764-6) 86:58
  AQC Database No. 3969


Blayney, Cadwallader (1720-75), 9th Lord, GM [PGL] (1764-6), patron of Grand Chapter [RA] (EC) (1766) 85:354, 355
  AQC Database No. 3970


Blayney, Cadwallader (1720-75), 9th Lord, GM [PGL] (1764-6) 83:250
  AQC Database No. 3971


Blayney, Cadwallader (1720-75), 9th Lord, GM [PGL] (1764-6) (Moderns Grand Lodge), elected GM (IC) (1768) Ireland (but did not take office), and the R.A. (1766) [RA] (EC); See also: his Portrait (in AQC vol.14:a1-a6) 82:80, 81
  AQC Database No. 3972


Blayney, Cadwallader (1720-75), 9th Lord, GM [PGL] (1764-6) 81:334, 348
  AQC Database No. 3973


Blayney, Cadwallader (1720-75), 9th Lord, GM [PGL] (1764-6), (Lepper, J.H.) The Traditioners: A study of Masonic Ritual in England in the 18th century 57:264-70
  AQC Database No. 3974


Blayney, Cadwallader (1720-75), 9th Lord, GM [PGL] (1764-6), (Lepper, J.H.) The Traditioners: A study of Masonic Ritual in England in the 18th century 56:138-204
  AQC Database No. 3975


Blayney, Cadwallader (1720-75), 9th Lord, GM [PGL] (1764-6), (Lord Blaney), and Brooke, Provincial GM (Exeter), constitution Union L.244*/L307* (1766) 40:251
  AQC Database No. 3976


Blayney, Thomas Andrew, 11th Lord, and the Grand East of Ulster (1810), (Grand Lodge) Ireland 90:272
  AQC Database No. 3977


Blazing Star, the 97:53, 62; in America (USA) 157, 163, 167, 170
  AQC Database No. 3978


Blazing Star, the, in Lodge 84:321-2
  AQC Database No. 3979


Bleckly Clarke L.8290, Blandford Forum 93:117
  AQC Database No. 3980


Blesington, William (1709-69), 1st Earl of, GM [AGL] (A) (1756-60) (Blessington) 109:246
  AQC Database No. 3981


Blesington, William (1709-69), 1st Earl of, GM [AGL] (A) (1756-60), signed the Warrant for L.1* [AGL], now the Grand Master's L.1 [UGL] 102:252
  AQC Database No. 3982


Blesington, William (1709-69), 1st Earl of, GM [PGL] (A) (1756-60) 98:73
  AQC Database No. 3983


Blesington, William (1709-69), 1st Earl of, GM [AGL] (A) (1756-60), GM (IC) (1738-40) 94:149, 152
  AQC Database No. 3984


Blesington, William (1709-69), 1st Earl of, GM [AGL] (A) (1756-60) 90:125
  AQC Database No. 3985


Blesington, William (1709-69), 1st Earl of, GM [AGL] (A) (1756-60), Antients Grand Lodge (A) 82:77
  AQC Database No. 3986


Blesington, William (1709-69), 1st Earl of, GM [AGL] (A) (1756-60), GM (IC) of Ireland (1738); Answer to the Pope's Bull, An (1738) 81:106; reproduced in R.E. Parkinson's paper, 'Two Rare Irish Documents' (in AQC vol.77:145-68) 106
  AQC Database No. 3987


Blesington, William (1709-69), 1st Earl of, GM [AGL] (A) (1756-60), GM (IC) (1738-40) 80:60; See also: (QCA vol.XI) 60n6
  AQC Database No. 3988


Bligh, Captain William, (of the 'HMS Bounty' with the mutiny)/(RN), later (Admiral), and Governor of (NSW), Australia (1805-8) 100:209
  AQC Database No. 3989


Blinn, Rev. Dr. J.E., GM (USA), Missouri (1981) q. 97:164, 174
  AQC Database No. 3990


Blitz, Édouard, of the Rectified Scottish Rite [RER] (1900), in (USA) 105:96, 118, 121
  AQC Database No. 3991


Blitz, Edouard, ('Martinist'), etc., (USA) 99:93-4, 96-7
  AQC Database No. 3992


Block, Benjamin 107:41
  AQC Database No. 3993


Blockley, K., 'Canterbury cathedral' in Current Archaelogy (No.136) 107:200n6
  AQC Database No. 3994


Blogg, Samuel Money, of L.442, and the Liverpool Rebellion [WGL] (1821) 85:45
  AQC Database No. 3995


Blois, Louis, Count of (fl.1201) 91:70
  AQC Database No. 3996


Blom, Dr. S.K., 'Vincent La Chappelle' (1977) 95:117, 176
  AQC Database No. 3997


Blome, Richard, topographer 95:92
  AQC Database No. 3998


blood donor programmes, run by each Grand Lodge in (USA) 108:172
  AQC Database No. 3999


blood-brotherhood 99:63
  AQC Database No. 4000


Bloome, Hans; The Booke of Five Collumnes of Architecture, Called Tuscan, Dorica, Ionica, Corinthia and Composita (1660) 82:42
  AQC Database No. 4001


Bloomfield, W.A., V.C. (Military) 97:27
  AQC Database No. 4002


Blossom and Decay, a lithograph pictures two children within an arch which when viewed at a distance shows the upper part of a skull, 'dedicated by permission to the Earl of Zetland' GM [UGL] (1844-70) 108:24
  AQC Database No. 4003


Blossoms Inn, Lawrence Lane, Cheapside, London, L.152* at [PGL] (1736-1769) 39:115
  AQC Database No. 4004


blue, garter (colour) 105:183-4, 185; masonic 184, 185; its symbolism 187
  AQC Database No. 4005


Blue Boar (Fleet Street), L.47 at, in Grand Lodge Minutes (1723) [PGL] 85:303
  AQC Database No. 4006


Blue Friars, Society of, a recognition bestowed on one outstanding Masonic author each year (BF) (The Blue Friar Lecture), (The Philalethes Society) [TPS] (USA) 89:184
  AQC Database No. 4007


Blue, Knight of the; 'Master' of the, (9() of (Early Grand Rite) 89:260
  AQC Database No. 4008


Blue Posts, Lodge at the; See also: Felicity, Lodge of (L.58) 89:33, 50
  AQC Database No. 4009


Blue Posts (Devereux Court), L.72 at, in Grand Lodge Minutes (1730) [PGL] 85:304
  AQC Database No. 4010


Blue Posts (Holborn), L.51 at, in Grand Lodge Minutes (1723) [PGL] 85:303
  AQC Database No. 4011


Blue: Colour in Freemasonry (craft), Masonic Blue 36:284-6
  AQC Database No. 4012


Blue: Colour in Freemasonry (craft), Masonic Blue 23:309-20
  AQC Database No. 4013


Bluitt, John, Provincial GM for 'East India' (1764) 104:1
  AQC Database No. 4014


Blum, Fritz (d.1964), of (L.808) Quatuor Coronati Research Association, Bayreuth (G), German translator with Dieter Möller of; Die Genesis der Freimauerei (1968/9) (The Genesis of Freemasonry) (Knoop & Jones), reviewed (Dr. Gerard Stein) 81:238
  AQC Database No. 4015


Blum, Herwig; Die Antike Mnemotechnik (Hildesheim, 1969) 106:208n1
  AQC Database No. 4016


Blumauer, Alois (fl.1785) 94:61
  AQC Database No. 4017


Blume, Heinrich; Das politische Gesicht der Freimaurerei (1936) 95:36n29
  AQC Database No. 4018


Blunt, David, The Masonic Circle (The fraternal chain) 109:264
  AQC Database No. 4019


Blunt, John Elijah, of Antiquity (L.2) (1828-34) 89:18, 20
  AQC Database No. 4020


Bluntschi, Johann, Prof. constitutional law, init. (1833), of Lodge "Modestia cum Libertate", Zürich 84:214
  AQC Database No. 4021


Bluntschli, Dr. Johann Kaspar (1808-1881), GM (G) (1872) ('Zur Sonne', Bayreuth) Germany, revised and introduced the Fessler Ritual for use by private lodges 93:195
  AQC Database No. 4022


Blücher, Marshal Gebhard von, his gavel 83:277
  AQC Database No. 4023


Boag, Sir George, District GM, Madras (1934-46) 99:234
  AQC Database No. 4024


Board of Benevolence [UGL] 106:84
  AQC Database No. 4025


Board of Benevolence [UGL] 102:147
  AQC Database No. 4026


Board of Benevolence [UGL] (1813-1980) 95:66, 70-2
  AQC Database No. 4027


Board of Benevolence [UGL] (1883) 86:110, 122, 124
  AQC Database No. 4028


Board of Benevolence [UGL] 85:204
  AQC Database No. 4029


Board of Benevolence [UGL] 84:178; and Peter Gilkes 279
  AQC Database No. 4030


Board of Finance [UGL] 102:137, 149
  AQC Database No. 4031


Board of Finance [UGL] (1813-38) 95:70, 71, 72, 198-201
  AQC Database No. 4032


Board of Finance [UGL] (1813) 87:148
  AQC Database No. 4033


Board of Finance [UGL] (1813) 86:110, 288, 289
  AQC Database No. 4034


Board of Finance [UGL], and Peter Gilkes 84:280
  AQC Database No. 4035


Board of General Purposes (B.G.P.) (BGP) [UGL], President of, made Grand Lodge Officer (1862) [UGL] 108:102
  AQC Database No. 4036


Board of General Purpose, (B.G.P.) (BGP) [UGL] 107:4
  AQC Database No. 4037


Board of General Purposes (B.G.P.) (BGP) [UGL] 106:70, 81, 83
  AQC Database No. 4038


Board of General Purposes (B.G.P.) (BGP) [UGL] 102:137, 143-4, 149, 152
  AQC Database No. 4039


Board of General Purposes (B.G.P.) (BGP) [UGL] (1813) 95:65-6, 70-5, 198, 200-1
  AQC Database No. 4040


Board of General Purposes (B.G.P.) (BGP) [UGL] 87:8-9, 10, 11; and Shadbolt 142-3, 146-8
  AQC Database No. 4041


Board of General Purposes (B.G.P.) (BGP) [UGL] 86:100, 104-30 passim, 150-61 passim, 166, 176 bis, 237, 253, 288-90 passim; and Bonnor 239; GM attends meeting (1920) of 130, 135; representation of Provinses and Districts on 108-9; on ritual 144
  AQC Database No. 4042


Board of General Purposes (B.G.P.) (BGP) [UGL] 85:73, 145, 204, 208, 209, 249-50; and the Liverpool Rebellion (1821/3) [WGL] 31-33 passim, 43-4, 46-8 passim, 58
  AQC Database No. 4043


Board of General Purposes (B.G.P.) (BGP) [UGL] 84:122, 123; and Peter Gilkes 263, 272-3, 279, 280; and Laurence Thompson 119
  AQC Database No. 4044


Board of General Purposes (B.G.P.) (BGP) [UGL], on private Lodge certificates (1815) 82:171-2, 172n1, 180, 180n1
  AQC Database No. 4045


Board of General Purposes (B.G.P.) (BGP) [UGL], The Composition of the Board of General Purposes, Provincial representation on (Q.94) 81:360-1
  AQC Database No. 4046


Board of Installed Masters, (WM) 89:36-43 passim, 47, 51, 53, 58; extended working 43, 44, 45, 47, 55, 57-9; opening and closing 53, 55, 57-9; in Scotland 48, 51
  AQC Database No. 4047


Board of Installed Masters, (WM), not in U.S.A. (USA) 83:66
  AQC Database No. 4048


Board of Installed Masters, (WM) 81:198, 199, 200; first reference to Inner Work of (1756) [AGL] 178
  AQC Database No. 4049


Board of Schools (1813) 86:110, 288, 289, 290
  AQC Database No. 4050


Board of Schools (1813-18) [UGL] 95:70-1, 198
  AQC Database No. 4051


Board of Trial, (prior to 2() (Ritual) 94:246
  AQC Database No. 4052


Board of Works [UGL] (1813-18) 95:70-1; reports q.198-200
  AQC Database No. 4053


Board of Works [UGL] (1813) 87:193
  AQC Database No. 4054


Board of Works [UGL] (1813) 86:110, 288 bis, 289
  AQC Database No. 4055


Board's [UGL] (1813), General Purposes (B.G.P.) (BGP), Finance (ceased, 1823), Works and Schools (ceased, 1819) 108:95
  AQC Database No. 4056


Boards and Committees, in the 'Book of Constitutions' 103:158-9
  AQC Database No. 4057


Boas, George q. 100:23, 28
  AQC Database No. 4058


Boase, T.S.R.; Death in the Middle Ages (1972), 'Summa Predecantium' (Bromyard, J.) quoted in 108:26n
  AQC Database No. 4059


boat, unmast (with no oars, floating on a calm sea), symbol of the third degree, with the words 'In silentio et spe est fortitudo mea' (in silence and hope resides my strength) [OS], and [RER] (1778) 109:23, 39
  AQC Database No. 4060


Boaz (translation), [VSL] 106:238, 240
  AQC Database No. 4061


Boaz, the word and the pillar 83:306-9
  AQC Database No. 4062


Boaz [VSL] 101:2
  AQC Database No. 4063


Bobrik, Eduard, Prof. of philosophy/psychology; init. (1834), of Lodge "Modestia cum Libertate", Zürich 84:214
  AQC Database No. 4064


Bock, Emil; Kings and Prophets (1989) 107:195, 197n7,8
  AQC Database No. 4065


Bockett, Elias; All the Wonders of the world Out-Wonderd (1722), by the Society of Frinds called Quakers, on the Lodge of Free-Masons at the Goose and Gridiron in St. Paul's Church Yard (Edwards, Lewis) 60:223-4, 224a
  AQC Database No. 4066


Bode, Johann Joachim Christoff Taglörtnersohn (1730-1793), teacher & composer of military music, later publisher (Hamburg) 109:20-73 passim; init. Lodge Absalom, Hamburg (1761) [PGL], to Strict Observance, collaborator of Schubart and von Hund [OS] (1773), at the Kohlo (1772) & Wilhelmsbad Convent (representing the VIIth Province) (1782) 20, 28; and Gugomos (1776) 36; as 'Eques a Lilio Convallium' [OS] (1776) 36, 41-3, 43n5, 45n54; as an Illuminati and (Weishaupt) 50n138,143; Anbefohlenes pflichtmässiges Benenken (1780) 64
  AQC Database No. 4067


Bode, Johann Joachim Christoph (1730-93), publisher (Germany), Pocket Book (1840) 105:129
  AQC Database No. 4068


Bode, Johann Joachim Christoph (1730-93), publisher (Germany), Schröder's proposer at Lodge Emanuel zur Maienblume (1774), Hamburg [OS], (L.85) 92:82, 83, 86, 89, 94; (WM) at the init. of Goethe (1780), Weimar 96n1; Anbefohlenes pflichtmässiges Bedenken ... (1780), on the pillars and [MD] 89
  AQC Database No. 4069


Bode, Johann Joachim Christoph (1730-93), publisher (Germany) 88:98, 99, 101
  AQC Database No. 4070


Bode, Johann Joachim Christoph (1730-93), publisher (Germany), introduced Friedrich Ulrich Ludwig Schroeder (Schröder) to Freemasonry, Lodge Absalom (1774), Hamburg 76:64; See also: His introduction of the poets Johann Wolfgang Goethe (1749-1832), init. Lodge 'Amalia' (1780) Weimar, and Jens Baggesen (1764-1826) [SKA], init. Lodge 'Zum Compass' (1793), Gotha
  AQC Database No. 4071


Bodleian Library, Oxford 109:110n25, 164, 188-9, 262
  AQC Database No. 4072


Bodleian Library, Oxford 94:134
  AQC Database No. 4073


Bodleian Library, Oxford, 'Carte MS. No.226' (1737) at; Letter by Andrew Ramsay, Grand Orator, to Carte, on the reception of eight Dukes/Peers and 200 officers (France) 86:15, 15n1
  AQC Database No. 4074


Bodleian Library, Oxford, (Adams, Cecil Clare) its Masonic MSS., list of (1939) 52:272
  AQC Database No. 4075


Bodleian Library, Oxford, (Summer Outing of Q.C. L.2076) (1927), Annals of the Bodleian (1890) (Macray) [MSS.] 40:212-13; 'Leland-Locke MS.' (in AQC vol.32:174) 213
  AQC Database No. 4076


Bodleian Library, Oxford, (The Rawlinson MSS. collection), (Crawley, W.J. Chetwode) The 'three' Masonic MSS. in the 'Bodleian Library': I; Elias Ashmole and his diary. II; John Aubrey and the Memoires. III; Dr. Richard Rawlinson and his (MSS.), Freemasons at Canterbury in (1732) 33:186-7
  AQC Database No. 4077


Bodleian Library, Oxford, (The Rawlinson MSS. collection), (Crawley, W.J. Chetwode) The 'three' Masonic MSS. in the 'Bodleian Library': I; Elias Ashmole and his diary. II; John Aubrey and the Memoires. III; Dr. Richard Rawlinson and his (MSS.) 11:4-45, 160-1
  AQC Database No. 4078


Bodleian Quarterly Record (1920) (No.26), on the forgery of literary and historical documents, of the 'Lelande-Locke MS.' published in the Gentleman's Magazine (1753), (notes) 50:128
  AQC Database No. 4079


Boece, Hector; Chronicals of Scotland (1526) 93:172 bis, 178n3
  AQC Database No. 4080


Boehme, Jakob (1575-1624) (Böhmen, Jakob), philosopher, his writings on astrology 109:59, 78
  AQC Database No. 4081


Boehme, Jacob (1575-1624), in 'World Spirituality' series; See also: Transaction 'Travaux' (1980) from L.81 (GLNF) 106:248
  AQC Database No. 4082


Boer, Dr. H.B., his article "De Aanneming, etc." (The Obligation, etc.), in 'Troth' (1956) (Dutch periodical) 83:173
  AQC Database No. 4083


Boerenbeker, Dr. E.A.; Resolutién van de Groote Loge IV. (n.d.), on 'The Charter of Cologne' for the 'Orde der Vijmetselaren' (Divisions of The Masters' Degree) [HG] (Council of Excellent and Super Excellent Master) to Prince Frederik of Orange (1818), Netherlands 110:E9, 12n40
  AQC Database No. 4084


Boerenbeker, Dr. E.A., on De Vignoles and the Grand Lodge of Holland (1770) (in AQC vol.83:149-76) 96:217
  AQC Database No. 4085


Boerenbeker, Dr. E.A., on the L.215* of Peace [PGL] (1756), exchanged its 'Letter of Constitution' for a Dutch Warrant (in AQC vol.83:161) 90:102, 108n24
  AQC Database No. 4086


Boerenbeker, Dr. E.A., "The Relations between Dutch and English Freemasonry from 1734 to 1771" 83:149-76, 250, 260
  AQC Database No. 4087


Boerenbeker, Dr. E.A., The 'Quatuor Coronati' in the Netherlands 79:55-68
  AQC Database No. 4088


Boerhaave Hall, (Leyden University) 108:32
  AQC Database No. 4089


Boettjer, John W. (USA), Editor, 'Scottish Rite Journal' [A&ASR] (USA); See: Masonic Information Center <http://www.msana.com/focm8.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 4090


Boettner, F.J. 97:14, 16; Zersplitterung und Einigung (1962) 16
  AQC Database No. 4091


Boetzelaer, Carel, Baron van, GM, Netherlands (1759-1798) (Grand East), also elected National GM (1776) of the superior Degrees (Scottish/Ecossais) (Grand Scottish Lodge) Netherlands 110:E4
  AQC Database No. 4092


Boetzelaer, Carel, Baron van, Deputy GM, Netherlands (1756-58) 96:211; as Dutch GM (1759-98) 216-17
  AQC Database No. 4093


Boetzelaer, Carel, Baron van, GM (1780), Netherlands 93:78, 83
  AQC Database No. 4094


Boetzelaer, Carel, Baron van, GM, Netherlands (1759-1798) (Grand East, Holland), Deputy GM (1756-58) 83:153 bis, 155, 155n2, 158 ter, 159, 160, 173, 176, 259; his portrait 154
  AQC Database No. 4095


Bogdanov, Vaso, Serbian historian; Historija Politickih Stranaka u Hrvatskoj (1958), on Croatian freemasons, q. 90:67, 68
  AQC Database No. 4096


Bogie, Andrew 96:120; The Lodge of Journeymen Masons, (L.8) (SC), 'An Historical Sketch' (Masonic Year Book, 1969) (Edinburgh) 127
  AQC Database No. 4097


Bohemia, Grand Lodge of 83:76; combined with Great Grand Lodge of Freemasonry in Austria (1784) (and were then one and the same) 76; See also: 'Prague, a Center of Freemasonry' (Winterburgh) (in AQC vol.77:68) 76n2
  AQC Database No. 4098


Bohemia, Kingdom of (Germany), Lay-electorates of (18th-century, Germany/Prussia) 109:10; Strict Observance [OS] in (1766) 28
  AQC Database No. 4099


Bohemond of Calabria (fl.1099), crusader 91:50
  AQC Database No. 4100


Boiardo, Matteo Maria; Orlando innamorato (1495) 103:4
  AQC Database No. 4101


Boichot, J.-B. (Memphis Rite, fl.1850) 92:5, 6, 7, 11, 12n25
  AQC Database No. 4102


Boileau, Etiènne; Livre des Nétiens (book of the craft, on 'Les Loges du Palais' (1268), and Notre Dame 'logia', (1283) 107:58
  AQC Database No. 4103


boiler makers' associations 100:88-9, 102-3
  AQC Database No. 4104


Bois, George (Dundee, fl.1536) 93:172-3
  AQC Database No. 4105


Bois, J.P.J. du (or Dubois), G.Sec. Netherlands (1765-73) 96:212-13, 215, 217; his Wetboek (Book of Law) (translation of Anderson's Constitutions) 212, 217
  AQC Database No. 4106


Bois, J.P.J. du, G.Sec. Netherlands (1765-73), his; 'Code du Bois' (translation of Anderson's; Book of Constitutions) (c.1770) 83:159-60; used for Obligations; See also: (in AQC vol.96:212) 155
  AQC Database No. 4107


Boisson, Jean; Napoléon, était-il franc-maçon? (1967), on the legende that Napoleon was initiated in Malta (1798) 83:93, 255n2
  AQC Database No. 4108


Boissy, Antoine Charles Mennessier de, his patent (1770) 99:15
  AQC Database No. 4109


Bokenham, Osbern, monk 89:122n35
  AQC Database No. 4110


Bolanger, Lamberto (Freemason in Lisbon, 1743) 81:32, 36 ter, 37, 39, 43, 44, 53
  AQC Database No. 4111


Boldino Masonico (Mexico, 1892) q. 97:198
  AQC Database No. 4112


Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, Vice-Count of (1678-1751), friendly with Voltaire while in England 109:8
  AQC Database No. 4113


Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, 1st Viscount (1678-1751), member of 'Club de l'entresol', Paris (1724-31) 108:71
  AQC Database No. 4114


Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, 1st Viscount (1678-1751) 97:69
  AQC Database No. 4115


Bolivia, Grand Lodge of (1929), La Paz; See: South America (MWG)
  AQC Database No. 4116


Bolívar, Simón José (1783-1830), General (Simon Bolivar) 111:D1-16 passim
  AQC Database No. 4117


Bolívar, Simón José (1783-1830), General (Simon Bolivar) 104:170, 176-7
  AQC Database No. 4118


Bolívar, Simón José (1783-1830) (Simon Bolivar) 101:233-4
  AQC Database No. 4119


Bolívar, Simón José (1783-1830) (y Palacios) (Simon Bolivar) 95:203
  AQC Database No. 4120


Bolívar, Simón José (1783-1830) (y Palaeios) (Simon Bolivar) 94:83, 87-8, 92-3, 97, 104
  AQC Database No. 4121


Bolívar, Simón José (1783-1830) (Bolivar, Simon), Freemason, More Light on (Stolper) 92:202-5; errata to (in AQC vol.90:234-5) 217
  AQC Database No. 4122


Bolívar, Simón José (1783-1830) (y Palacios) (Simon Bolivar), Freemason (Seal-Coon); See also: errata to (in AQC vol.92:217), liberator of South America 90:231-48; his birth and family 231; his death 240; his portrait 242; his initiation 231-2, 233, 238, 245; his passing 233, 243-4, 246-7, 248; raising 237; his (30()? 237; his (33() 241; K.T. [KT] 231
  AQC Database No. 4123


Bolívar, Simón José (1783-1830), liberator 89:93-4, 95
  AQC Database No. 4124


Bolle, Fritz, of Munich (Germany) 95:21
  AQC Database No. 4125


Bolle, Fritz, of the Supreme Council (33() [A&ASR] (Germany), presented a paper on the desirability of closer co-operation between masonic/non-masonic historians, at the symposium on Secret Societies (18th-C.) by the non-masonic body 'the Herzog August Library' Wolfenbuttel (1976) (PhD) 92:210
  AQC Database No. 4126


Bolle, Fritz, of Munich (Germany), on old German masonic periodicals with reference to Theodor Reuss 91:40
  AQC Database No. 4127


Bolshevik Revolution (1917), (Russia) 107:89
  AQC Database No. 4128


Bolsover Castle, the building of 96:66
  AQC Database No. 4129


Bolsover Castle, (Knoop, Douglas & Jones, G.P.) The Bolsover Castle building account (1613) 49:24-79
  AQC Database No. 4130


Bolt-Coleraine MS. (1728) [T.6.] (Tew MSS. family) 96:104-6
  AQC Database No. 4131


Bolt-Coleraine MS. (1728) [T.6.] (Tew MSS. family) 94:110, 111, 112, 131-2, 135-6
  AQC Database No. 4132


Bolt-Coleraine MS. (1728) [T.6.] (Tew MSS. family) 90:177, 185
  AQC Database No. 4133


Bolton, A.T.; The Works of Sir John Soane (1924) (MS.) 95:195, 202
  AQC Database No. 4134


Bolton Castle, (Hughan, W.J.) A Masonic Contract of (1378) 10:70-1
  AQC Database No. 4135


Bolton Castle, Yorkshire 96:69, 72 bis
  AQC Database No. 4136


Bolton, early Freemasonry in 95:90-1, 107, 112-13
  AQC Database No. 4137


Bolton, Edmund (fl.1624), writer 100:124
  AQC Database No. 4138


Bolton Mark Lodge No.762, Norman Rogers (1883-1972) advanced in (1936) 85:314
  AQC Database No. 4139


Bolton Masonic Research and Study Society, J.M. Howarth of the (1971) 84:285n1
  AQC Database No. 4140


Bolton, Robert, G.Sec. [WGL], Wigan Grand Lodge (1824) 90:16, 17
  AQC Database No. 4141


Bolton, Royal Arch [RA] Chapter (1785) at 93:182
  AQC Database No. 4142


Bolton, William Thomas, 4th Lord, JGW (1887) 88:56
  AQC Database No. 4143


Bombay, Freemasonry in (India) 92:174, 176, 178, 179
  AQC Database No. 4144


Bombay, Provincial Grand Conclave, K.T., of [KT] (India) 93:103
  AQC Database No. 4145


Bon accord, (short Working) 107:215
  AQC Database No. 4146


Bon Accord Mark Lodge, (prior to (1857), when Mark Grand Lodge was formed, (T.I.) 91:67
  AQC Database No. 4147


Bon Accord Mark Lodge of Mark Masters, London, formed (1851) from Ch.70 (SC) 106:76-7, 96
  AQC Database No. 4148


Bon Accord Royal Arch Ch.70 (SC) [RA], Aberdeen, Scotland 106:76
  AQC Database No. 4149


Bon Accord Royal Arch Ch.70 (SC) (1850-5), Aberdeen, Scotland 92:195
  AQC Database No. 4150


Bon, Colonel, anti-mason and contributor to 'Revue Internationale des Sociétés Secrètes'; his sale of the Paul Fesch/Joseph Denais bibliography manuscript, Amsterdam (1956) 89:189
  AQC Database No. 4151


Bon Drille Blanc, le (= Christ) 87:245
  AQC Database No. 4152


Bon Pasteur, Loge au (1750), Warsaw, and its 'system' 104:206, 209
  AQC Database No. 4153


Bonaparte, Jerôme (1784-1860) (Jerome), (brother to Napoleon I), King of Westphalia (1807-13), GM (GOdF), Grand Orient of Westphalia (c.1812) 83:255; his son Jerôme was also a Freemason 255
  AQC Database No. 4154


Bonaparte, Jerôme (1784-1860) (Jerome), (brother to Napoleon I), King of Westphalia (1807-13), GM (GOdF), Grand Orient of Westphalia (c.1812), his son Jerôme was also a Freemason 27:98, 98n1
  AQC Database No. 4155


Bonaparte, Joseph (1768-1844), (brother to Napoleon I), GM (GOdF) Grand Orient de France (1804) 108:40
  AQC Database No. 4156


Bonaparte, Joseph (1768-1844), (brother to Napoleon I) 100:165-71; See also: Napoleon I, Bonaparte (1769-1821), Emperor of France (1804-14/15) 76-7, 164-71, 224-5
  AQC Database No. 4157


Bonaparte, Joseph (1768-1844), (brother to Napoleon I), King of Naples (1806-8), King of Spain (1808-13), GM (GOdF) (1804) France, (Nominated by Napoleon I) 27:98, 98n1
  AQC Database No. 4158


Bonaparte, Joseph (1768-1844), (brother to Napoleon I), King of Naples (1806-8), King of Spain (1808-13), GM (GOdF) (1804) France, (Nominated by Napoleon I) 83:254, 255, 271
  AQC Database No. 4159


Bonaparte, Louis (1778-1846), (brother to Napoleon I), King of Holland (1806-10), Deputy GM (GOdF) (1804), France 83:255
  AQC Database No. 4160


Bonaparte, Louis (1778-1846), (brother to Napoleon I), King of Holland (1806-10), Deputy GM (GOdF) (1804), France 27:98, 98n1
  AQC Database No. 4161


Bonaparte, Lucien (1775-1840), (brother to Napoleon I), member of Grand Orient of France (GOdF) 83:255
  AQC Database No. 4162


Bonaparte, Lucien (1775-1840), (brother to Napoleon I), member of Grand Orient of France (GOdF) 27:98, 98n1
  AQC Database No. 4163


Bonaparte, Napoleon; See also: Napoleon I (1769-1821), Emperor of France (1804-14/15), Napoleon I. and Freemasonry 27:96-141
  AQC Database No. 4164


Bond, D.F., ed.; The Spectator (1965) 107:46n7
  AQC Database No. 4165


Bond, Francis; Gothic Archilecture in England (1906) 100:140, q.145n68, 162
  AQC Database No. 4166


Bond, K.W., on 'Craft Masonry in Cumberland/Westmorland, 1740-1879.' (Carlisle) (1879/1992) 105:240
  AQC Database No. 4167


Bond, K.W.; New history of Freemasonry in the provinces of Cumberland and Westmorland (1994) reviewed (Smyth) 106:244-245
  AQC Database No. 4168


Bond of Friendship L.890 (G), Cologne (Köln), Germany 83:291, 296; crest of 296
  AQC Database No. 4169


Bond, Richmond P.; Engli (1795) 107:47n(?)
  AQC Database No. 4170


Bond, William; The Pilgrimage of Perfection (1526) 91:86
  AQC Database No. 4171


Bone, A.B. (fl.1810, Penang) 104:22, 25
  AQC Database No. 4172


Bone, Bernard (b.1749) 96:58
  AQC Database No. 4173


Bone, Bernard (b.1749), and the Deptford MSS. (St. George, c.1819) [RA] 91:145, 157-8, 158-9, 161-7 Bone, Robert (b.c.1751) 91:145, 163, 167
  AQC Database No. 4174


Bone, Robert (b.c.1751) 96:57
  AQC Database No. 4175


Bonet de Sotillo, Dolores, palaeographer 90:233, 244, 248
  AQC Database No. 4176


Boniface, A. (South Africa), on Conan Doyle 105:254-5
  AQC Database No. 4177


Bonne Foi, Lodge La (1688?), St. Germain-en-Laye (France) 86:13
  AQC Database No. 4178


Bonne Foi, Lodge La (1688?), St. Germain-en-Laye (France) 87:243
  AQC Database No. 4179


Bonner, Charles (fl.1810) (of the Lodge of Promulgation) 94:170
  AQC Database No. 4180


Bonneville, Chevalier de (Clermont Chapter) 91:105
  AQC Database No. 4181


Bonneville, Chevalier de (fl.1743) 100:2
  AQC Database No. 4182


Bonneville, Chevalier Monsieur de, (founded a 'Clermont Chapter') in Paris (1754) [HG], in Thorys 'Acta Latomorum' (1815), and von Hund [OS] 109:21-2, 43n15, 45n48, 63
  AQC Database No. 4183


Bonneville, Nicolas de, (France), Bibliographical, concise review of his masonic book: La Maçonnerie Ecossoise (1788) (Ecossais Freemasonry) 91:105
  AQC Database No. 4184


Bonnie Doon, L.565 (SC), Patna, Ayrshire 97:90, 102
  AQC Database No. 4185


Bonnie Doon, L.565 (SC), Patna, Ayrshire 92:197
  AQC Database No. 4186


Bonnie Doon, L.611 (SC), Colombo, Ceylon 86:138
  AQC Database No. 4187


Bonnie Dundee, the Grand Cross of the Templar Order, found on the body of, at the battle at Killiecrankie (1689), [KT] (Scotland) 107:50
  AQC Database No. 4188


Bonnington, Viscountess, the Rickmansworth Park estate in Hertfordshire (RMIG Junior School), purchased from (1926) 108:165
  AQC Database No. 4189


Bonnor, Charles 86:145, 229; the 'Bonnor Affair' on the numbering of Antiquity L.2 (1813) 257, 264; his charge against William Williams 238-41, 256, 260, 264; deprived of Grand rank (1816) 240; his expulsion and restoration (1814) (L.2) 239
  AQC Database No. 4190


Bonnor, Charles 89:50, 56
  AQC Database No. 4191


Bonnor, Charles, of the Lodge of Promulgation 98:146
  AQC Database No. 4192


Bonnor, Charles, of the Lodge of Promulgation 93:45
  AQC Database No. 4193


Bonomi, Ignatius (Jnr.), architect, worked on Lambton Hall 109:140
  AQC Database No. 4194


Bonomi, J.G. (Snr.) (1739-1808), architect, co-founder of the Lambton L.375 [UGL] (1824), Durham 109:120, 126, 140
  AQC Database No. 4195


Bonomi, Joseph (Jnr.) (1796-1878), architect, worked on Lambton Hall 109:140
  AQC Database No. 4196


Bonsey, Rev. H.L. 93:99-100, 110
  AQC Database No. 4197


Book M, or Masomry Triumphant, The (Newcastle, 1736) 105:63, 67; prayers q.63-4
  AQC Database No. 4198


Book M, or Masonry Triumphant, The (Newcastle, 1736), William Smith of Gateshead (and his oration, 1735) 107:46n11, 47, 50, 73-4, 78n16
  AQC Database No. 4199


Book M, or Masonry Triumphant, The (Newcastle, 1736) 97:41, 43-4, 48
  AQC Database No. 4200


Book M, or Masonry Triumphant, The (Newcastle, 1736), (a pocket size 'Constitutions'!), on Magi and the letter 'G' in cryptic, q. 76:183
  AQC Database No. 4201


Book of Canons (1636) [VSL] 85:219
  AQC Database No. 4202


Book of Common Prayer, the [VSL], introduced by King Edward VI (1547-53) 106:43
  AQC Database No. 4203


Book of Constitutions, (Baxter, R.H.) Peculiarities of the Book of Constitutions 32:97-113
  AQC Database No. 4204


Book of Constitutions, (Levander, F.W.) Inaugural Address (1916), Changes in Book of Constitutions 29:376-81
  AQC Database No. 4205


Book of Constitutions, (Upton, W.H.) The True text of the Book of Constitutions 8:34
  AQC Database No. 4206


Book of Constitutions, (Upton, W.H.) The True text of the Book of Constitutions 7:119-31
  AQC Database No. 4207


Book of Constitutions (USA), (Plumb, C.S.) Distribution in the United States of America (USA) of Andersons' Constitutions, otherwise of The Grand Lodge of the Moderns [PGL] 44:123-4
  AQC Database No. 4208


Book of Constitutions (USA), (Plumb, C.S.) Distribution in the United States of America (USA) of Andersons' Constitutions, otherwise of The Grand Lodge of the Moderns [PGL] 43:227-42
  AQC Database No. 4209


Book of Constitutions (1722) [PGL], The Roberts Constitutions of (1722) [Pamphlet] [F.1.] (MS.) 98:216-7; See: McLeod; The Old Gothic Constitutions (1985) (MS.) (Vol.16, The Masonic Book Club, Illinois, USA)
  AQC Database No. 4210


Book of Constitutions (1722) [PGL], (Conder, Edward, Jnr.) The Roberts Constitutions of (1722) [Pamphlet] [F.1.], The Old Constitutions (MS.) 13:180
  AQC Database No. 4211


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 109:3-4, 100, 126, 143, 177-8, 228, 235, 238, 244-5, 262; on religious 'enthusiasm' and disagreement 3; on 'God and Religion' (dispensation) q.4, 15n4
  AQC Database No. 4212


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL], by Anderson, James; The Constitution of the Free-masons (1723) 108:63-65, 110, 162-63, 188, 189, 194n, 213-14, 216, 218
  AQC Database No. 4213


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 107:22, 24-5, 33, 34, 35-6, 37, 39, 56, 62, 69; Charges 70; Gothic Constitutions, replaced by Andersons Constitutions (1723), no doubt urged upon the Grand Master by Dr. Desaguliers 36
  AQC Database No. 4214


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 106:24, 29, 36, 52, 104, 107, 109, 112, 115n7, 119; changes in 123-4
  AQC Database No. 4215


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 105:22-3, 27, 42, 58; Charges 22-3, 28-9; 'Manner of Constituting' 29, 40; Postscript q.23, 29, 31; Regulations 29, 32, q.46; facsimile edn. (1976) 23, 27; See also: Anderson, Dr. Rev. James, JGW (1722); (B. of C.) [PGL]
  AQC Database No. 4216


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 104:1, 36, 59, 163, 263; Charges q.44-5, 46, 187; Franklin's reprint (USA, 1734) 199; See also: Vibert, A.L. (in AQC vol.36:36-85)
  AQC Database No. 4217


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 103:23-4, 34, 42, 79-80, 112 copies displayed 145; General Regulations 30, 112; historical section 154; songs 151; on Wren 39
  AQC Database No. 4218


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 102:31, 37, 53-4, 210, 257; First Charge 100, 256; and Hiram Abif 126; Old Charges MSS. 202; Regulation II (lodge as a chapter) [RA] 253
  AQC Database No. 4219


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 101:146, 155, 167, 199; Approbation q.170; Behaviour q.133; Charges 170, 253; Deistic? 150; 'History' 153-4, q.167-70, 172-3, 187-8, 192-3, 197-8, q.212; 'Manner of constituting' 201
  AQC Database No. 4220


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 100:119, 122, 131-2, 133-4, 136, 143, 151; its inception 121; Article XIII (3() 120-1; First Charge q.194; Sixth Charge q.148, 149; James Anderson's 'history'
  AQC Database No. 4221


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 99:2, 6n1, 78-9; the 'Old Charges' or 'Old Manuscript Constitutions' from the 'Gothic Constitutions' (MSS.) 120-1, 146; Regulation q.196
  AQC Database No. 4222


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 98:68n10, 122, 145, 215-18; and the Grand Lodge of Munster [MGL] 148; and the Irish Constitutions (1730) 148; rule (No.23) q.156; 2nd Charge q.209; See: McLeod; The Old Gothic Constitutions (1985) (MS.) (Vol.16, The Masonic Book Club, Illinois, USA) 216
  AQC Database No. 4223


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 97:17n11, 37, 165, 175, 193; the First Charge 60, 65-7, 71, 75, q.155; '... its Slow Acceptance in the U.S.' (USA) (D.L. Smith) 155-75
  AQC Database No. 4224


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 96:88, 120, 127, 129 bis, 174n1, 181n2, 183n84,87,89,92, 209; concerning God and Religion 80, 83, 115; General Regulations q.85, 88, 180-1; 'history' 80; of the Management of the Craft q.115; the Manner of constituting a New Lodge 86, 95; reference to C. Wren 84; songs 79; translated 123
  AQC Database No. 4225


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 95:81, 123, 126, 140, 156, 158, 162; 'Concerning God and Religion' 141; early translations 117; Regulation XI q.207; the songs 191
  AQC Database No. 4226


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 94:2, 112-13, 149, 196; Charge IV (qualifications of Wardens, 2(/3() 121, 236; 'Manner of constituting' 108, 237; Regulation XIII (3() 121, 124-5, 133, 137; on religion q.148, 160
  AQC Database No. 4227


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 93:62; (1st Edition by: James Anderson & George Payne's 'General Regulations'); See: 'Spondee's Review of Anderson' (1731) [Pamphlet], printed in The Grub-street Journal No.94 of 21 October (1731), [EMP]; See: The Gentleman's Magazine Review of Anderson (1731) [Pamphlet], [EMP]
  AQC Database No. 4228


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 92:130, 222; General Regulation (No.39) q.222; Anderson's MS. of the Constitutions (Landmarks), its approved 222; on religion 31, 55
  AQC Database No. 4229


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 91:79-84 passim, 104-5, 112-13, 121, 126, 134, 148, 170; the First Charge in the (MS.) 85, 193; its frontispiece 82; on religion 111; on Stewards q.178
  AQC Database No. 4230


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 90:95, 96, 169, 188n5; Christian mention removed 85, q.87; its frontispiece 201, 202, 213, 215-16; on the GM's 'Warrant'? q.93; its Postscript 93-4; on Queen Elizabeth I (on p.38) 152; Regulation XIII q.195; on Sir Christopher Wren 149
  AQC Database No. 4231


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 89:26, 32, 33, 51, q.82, 97, 269; 'The Manner of Constituting' in 32, 45, 51 bis, 54; not banned by the Catholic Church 62; the Quaritch facsimile 54; and religion 98, 109, 190-1; the Second Charge q.170; its songs 105
  AQC Database No. 4232


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 88:20, 22, 77, 84, 174; cf. Dee's 'Preface' (1570) 83; E.A. Song in 188-9; its frontispiece 20-1, 26; and Anthony Sayer 81
  AQC Database No. 4233


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 87:32, 61, 65, 71, 74-5, 104; and the Antients [AGL] 125; frontispiece reproduced in Spain 220
  AQC Database No. 4234


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 86:25, 61, q.72, q.136n3, 195, 279, 291, q.319, 345; Franklin's reprint (1734) of 319
  AQC Database No. 4235


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 85:195, 204, 209, 212, 213, 300, 376; its authority questioned 194; 'Chapter', its reference to 351; and Deism 198, 211; on Emergency Meetings q.211; its frontispiece 320; and the Irish Constitutions (1730) 212 bis; 'The Manner of Constituting a New Lodge' in 104n1, 195-6, 363; on Officers q.366; on Porters or Doorkeepers q.1; a source of 'Harodim' 69; Stukeley's dislike of 300; Vibert on 27; Franklin's Reprint (1734) of (USA) 133
  AQC Database No. 4236


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 84:188, 200-2 passim, 204, 207, 208; Anderson's "History" in 1-2; Charge No.2 in q.324; Charge No.4 in 199; Franklin's Reprint of (1734) 69-74; Franklin's Reprint (1734) of (USA), Facsimile of (Masonic Book Club, 1971) reviewed (Hewitt, A.R.) 216; and the Hiramic legend 198, and the Installation ceremony 28, 162-3; in Lisbon 80, 104, 108; and the "mechanical arts" 103; Old Charges as a basis for 292; Regulation XIII in 198, 203, 205-7 passim; Michael Spurr's annotated copy of 204
  AQC Database No. 4237


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL], Vibert's 'Introduction' (to facsimile edition) (1923) 83:1n3, 2n2; Article VIII q.2; copy annotated by Maurice Johnson 96-8; First Charge in 323, 324, 328, Kuenen's translation into Dutch (1736) 171; The Manner of Constituting a New Lodge 1-37 passim, q.38-58; and Le Parfait Maçon 186; and the "Royal Art" 305, 313
  AQC Database No. 4238


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 82:76, 76n1; frontispiece shows Five Orders of architecture 35, 42; The 'Quaritch' Facsimile Edition (1923) 161n5; Ahiman Rezon (1756) [AGL] based on 77; changes made by 266-7; compilation of 75; First Charge "Concerning God and Religion" 267, 272; Masonic toasts in 333; quoted on "Gothick ignorance" 44; Regulation XXII in 286; "stupid Atheist" in 276
  AQC Database No. 4239


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL] 81:161; five French Lodges adopt (1735) 92; "Manner of constituting a New Lodge" from 177-8; Smith's Pocket Companion (1735) and 168; Songs in 6, 91, 263; unusual volumes of 260-5 (See also: Holliwell); General Regulations (1720), compiled by George Payne 331
  AQC Database No. 4240


Book of Constitutions (1722) [PGL], (Williams, W.J.) The Roberts Constitutions of (1722) [Pamphlet] [F.1.] (MS.), and the work of Brother J. Harris 38:102-4
  AQC Database No. 4241


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL], (Vibert, A.L.) Anderson's Constitutions of (1723) 36:36-85; reprint by Vibert (1923), reviewed (Tuckett) 104-8
  AQC Database No. 4242


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL], on the well build Arch, and (Art.II) on congregating as a Chapter at pleasure, [RA]! 32:25
  AQC Database No. 4243


Book of Constitutions (1723-1819) [PGL]/[UGL], (Levander, F.W.) A Comparison of the Regulations laid down in the Book of Constitutions from (1723) to (1819) 30:57-92
  AQC Database No. 4244


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL], (Robbins, Sir Alfred) Dr. Anderson of the "Constitutions" 23:6-34
  AQC Database No. 4245


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL], (by James Anderson), as Masonic Literature 13:180-1
  AQC Database No. 4246


Book of Constitutions (1723-1896) [PGL]/[UGL]; See: (reprinted in), Kenning's Archæological Library, (Vol.I), (1878) ed. A.F.A. Woodford, (and); Kenning's Archæological Library, (Vol.II) (1899) ed. W.J. Hughan 12:126-7
  AQC Database No. 4247


Book of Constitutions (1723) [PGL], (Gould, R.F.) The Assembly 5:201-2, 203-23
  AQC Database No. 4248


Book of Constitutions (1734) (USA), Benjamin Franklin's reprint (Philadelphia) (USA), (by James Anderson) [PGL], the Henry Price copy, etc. 97:175
  AQC Database No. 4249


Book of Constitutions (1734) (USA), Franklin's Reprint (1734), of the (1723) [PGL] 85:133
  AQC Database No. 4250


Book of Constitutions (1734) (USA), Franklin's Reprint (1734), of the (1723) [PGL], Facsimile of (Masonic Book Club, 1971) reviewed (Hewitt, A.R.) 84:216
  AQC Database No. 4251


Book of Constitutions (1734) (USA), (Plumb, C.S.) Distribution in the United States of America (USA) of Andersons' Constitutions, otherwise of The Grand Lodge of the Moderns [PGL] 44:123-4
  AQC Database No. 4252


Book of Constitutions (1734) (USA), (Plumb, C.S.) Distribution in the United States of America (USA) of Andersons' Constitutions, otherwise of The Grand Lodge of the Moderns [PGL] 43:227-42
  AQC Database No. 4253


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL], 'The New ...' (Anderson, James), its 'History' (p.89) of the Bishops of Aberdeen, used by Starck 109:30, 47n71
  AQC Database No. 4254


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL], by Anderson, James; New Book of the Constitution of the Free-masons (1738) 108:28, 194n, 213-14, 218, 228
  AQC Database No. 4255


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL], (The New ...) 107:34; John Desaguliers' oration (1721) [PGL] 47n13
  AQC Database No. 4256


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 106:24, 52, 104, 119; (2nd Edition by: James Anderson)
  AQC Database No. 4257


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 105:22-3, 27, 42; Charges 22-3, 29; facsimile edn. (1976) 23, 27
  AQC Database No. 4258


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 104:1, 36, 163, 218; See also: Anderson, Dr. Rev. James (1679-1839), JGW (1722)
  AQC Database No. 4259


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 103:23, 24-5, 35 41-2, 97, 113; copy displayed 145-6; formats 132; historical section 154; list of lodges 80, 83, 105, 107; on Wren 25, 39, 45
  AQC Database No. 4260


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 102:54, q.205, 215, 257
  AQC Database No. 4261


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL], Bro. Euclid's Letter q. 101:171-2, 195; 'History' 173-5, 187-8, 192-3, q.212; See also: Edwards, Lewis (in AQC vol.46:357-430), and Hughan (in QCA vol.VII) (1890)
  AQC Database No. 4262


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 100:136, 151, 156, 194
  AQC Database No. 4263


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 99:2, 6n1, 78-9, 146; dating in 10-13, 18, 28; 'history' 121; See also: Reprint of; Brother Euclid's Letter to the Author (in QCA Vol.I)
  AQC Database No. 4264


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 98:156, 178, 216; A Defence of Masonry (1730-1) [Rejoinder] to [MD] in 123, 172; on processions q.165; on the Sword of State q.70; See: McLeod; The Old Gothic Constitutions (1985) (MS.) (Vol.16, The Masonic Book Club, Illinois, USA) 216
  AQC Database No. 4265


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 97:38-9, 77, 167, 172, 175
  AQC Database No. 4266


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 96:80, q.124; on the York Lodge 136, 170 bis, 174n2,4,5,10,25, 183n69,70,83; account of G.L.'s formation q.84, 89; reference to Wren 84
  AQC Database No. 4267


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 95:vi, 123, 138, 163; on the Duke of Lorraine q.170, 178; the songs 191
  AQC Database No. 4268


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 94:2, 32 bis, 33n6, 109-10, 112, 149, q.203; Charge IV (qualifications of Wardens, 2(/3() 121, q.236, 238; Rule VI/Regulation VI (warning about visitors) q.130
  AQC Database No. 4269


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 92:31, 201; (2nd Edition by: James Anderson), with 'The Master-Mason's Ballad' (1730?) [Pamphlet], [EMP]
  AQC Database No. 4270


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 91:82, 85, 109, 111; on the 'Assembly and Feast' q.170, q.174; on Stewards q.179
  AQC Database No. 4271


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 90:95, 96, 152, 188n4,5, 209, 300; on the burning of MSS. q.177; its frontispiece 201, 202, 213, 215-16; list of Deputations in 95-6, 110, 220; its Postscript 94; references to Tyler q.197; on Sir Christopher Wren q.149; on the York 'Assembly' 166, 169
  AQC Database No. 4272


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 89:97, 170, 191, 270; on the Duke of Wharton q.45; its songs q.62, 105
  AQC Database No. 4273


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 88:22, 84; Anderson's 'history' in q.25, 81, 105, 217; 'Deputations sent beyond the sea' in q.207-8
  AQC Database No. 4274


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 87:113n2; Marquis Louis François de la Tierce's (French) translation of, Frankfurt (1742) 108n3, 128
  AQC Database No. 4275


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] 86:20, 319; Frankfurt translation of (1743), (Frey-maurer) 30
  AQC Database No. 4276


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL], on Tylers, etc., q. 85:1
  AQC Database No. 4277


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL], Anderson's "History" in 84:1; Charge No.4 in 199
  AQC Database No. 4278


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL], and Lord Chesterfield (Philip Stanhope) at the Duke Lorrain initiation (1731) q. 83:169; and the Duke of Lorraine (1731) 149, q.169; The Manner of Constituting a New Lodge 1-58 passim; ed. by Anderson 5
  AQC Database No. 4279


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL] (Anderson) 82:75n2; Certificate mentioned in 170 bis, 170n4; Desaguliers revived toasting (1719) 333; initiation of Earl of Chesterfield in (1721) 261; initiation of Francis of Lorraine in (1731) 261-2
  AQC Database No. 4280


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL], burning of MSS. by "scrupulous Brothers" (1720-1) 81:1; Francis of Lorraine's & Duke of Newcastle's raisings in 10; Inquisitors ask Coustos about 28, 56-7; on "occasional Lodges" 85; picture of contemporary Freemasonry in 91; on Anderson's 'History' of the Craft 1; (in AQC vol.78:201) 1n2
  AQC Database No. 4281


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL], (Hewitt, A.R.) Anderson's Constitutions as source books of Masconic history 79:1-10; on the Four Old Lodges of (1716/1717) 290
  AQC Database No. 4282


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL], (Edwards, Lewis) Anderson's Book of Constitutions of (1738), reprinted (1746) 46:357-430
  AQC Database No. 4283


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL], on the Four Old Lodges, of (1716/1717) 33:184
  AQC Database No. 4284


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL], (Robbins, Sir Alfred) Dr. Anderson of the "Constitutions" 23:6-34
  AQC Database No. 4285


Book of Constitutions (1738) [PGL], (by James Anderson), as Masonic Literature 13:180-1
  AQC Database No. 4286


Book of Constitutions (1743) [PGL] 86:262
  AQC Database No. 4287


Book of Constitutions (1746) [PGL]; same as 2nd Edition: (1738), (with a new titel page) 105:29
  AQC Database No. 4288


Book of Constitutions (1746) [PGL] 99:6n4
  AQC Database No. 4289


Book of Constitutions (1751) (IC), Ireland; See also: Ireland (Constitutions) 84:200
  AQC Database No. 4290


Book of Constitutions (1751) (IC), Ireland (Spratt); See also: used by Laurence Dermott [AGL] (A), for his 'Ahiman Rezon' (1756) 83:2; See also: (Adams) (in AQC vol.46:242) 2n3
  AQC Database No. 4291


Book of Constitutions (1756) [AGL] (by Dermott, Lawrence), the 'Ahiman Rezon', a Hebrew phrase often translated as as 'Faithful Brother Escretary', sub-titled 'Help to a Brother', the Royal Arch [RA] 108:189
  AQC Database No. 4292


Book of Constitutions (1756) [AGL], for the Antients Grand Lodge (1751-1813) (A) [AGL]; See also: Ahiman Rezon (1756) (Dermott) 83:2, 2n3, 3n1-3, 5n1; (1778) 5; the first 'Ahiman Rezon', Laurence Dermott addresses the original members as 'Men of some Education and an Honest Character but in low Circumstances', (as Irish immigrants) 268
  AQC Database No. 4293


Book of Constitutions (1756) [AGL]; See also: Ahiman Rezon (1756), (1764), (1778), (1787), (1800), (1801), (1807), (1813), (Antients' B. of C.) 46:239-306, 244
  AQC Database No. 4294


Book of Constitutions (1756) [PGL], 'Article XXXI' of the Charity Committee Regulations, on public wearing of regalia 108:36
  AQC Database No. 4295


Book of Constitutions (1756) [PGL] 106:119; (3rd Edition by: John Entick)
  AQC Database No. 4296


Book of Constitutions (1756) [PGL] 105:29, 38
  AQC Database No. 4297


Book of Constitutions (1756) [PGL] 99:6n4
  AQC Database No. 4298


Book of Constitutions (1756) [PGL] 97:167; the Entick revision, showing the return to the original Anderson '1723' text of the First Charge 175
  AQC Database No. 4299


Book of Constitutions (1756) [PGL] 93:3
  AQC Database No. 4300


Book of Constitutions (1756) [PGL], compiled by Rev. John Entick, 91:148-9
  AQC Database No. 4301


Book of Constitutions (1756) [PGL] 90:96, 155
  AQC Database No. 4302


Book of Constitutions (1756) [PGL], on Serving Brethren, q. 85:1
  AQC Database No. 4303


Book of Constitutions (1756) [PGL], The Manner of Constituting a New Lodge 83:2, 5; ed. by Entick 5
  AQC Database No. 4304


Book of Constitutions (1756) [PGL], (by John Entick) 82:218
  AQC Database No. 4305


Book of Constitutions (1756) [PGL], Newspaper advertisements for, in the 'Public Advertiser' (1754) 70:58-9
  AQC Database No. 4306


Book of Constitutions (1756) [PGL], (Hawkins, E.L.) Two editors of the Book of Constitutions (Entick & Noorthouck) 21:76-85
  AQC Database No. 4307


Book of Constitutions (1756) [PGL], (ed., by Rev. John Entick) 13:181
  AQC Database No. 4308


Book of Constitutions (1764) [AGL]; See also: Ahiman Rezon (1756), (1764), (1778), (1787), (1800), (1801), (1807), (1813), (Antients' B. of C.) 46:239-306, 244
  AQC Database No. 4309


Book of Constitutions (1767) [PGL] 99:6n4; (4th Edition by: John Entick)
  AQC Database No. 4310


Book of Constitutions (1767) [PGL] 90:103, 122
  AQC Database No. 4311


Book of Constitutions (1767) [PGL] 87:262
  AQC Database No. 4312


Book of Constitutions (1767) [PGL], The Manner of Constituting a New Lodge 83:2 bis, 5
  AQC Database No. 4313


Book of Constitutions (1767) [PGL], ed. by John Entick 81:99
  AQC Database No. 4314


Book of Constitutions (1767) [PGL], (Hawkins, E.L.) Two editors of the Book of Constitutions (Entick & Noorthouck), and the edition of (1776) 21:76-85
  AQC Database No. 4315


Book of Constitutions (1768) [PGL] 94:4; (1784) q.143; (1815) q.236, 237; (1827, 1841) 236; (1873) 237; (1884) 237; (1940) 237; (1979) q.130, q.236
  AQC Database No. 4316


Book of Constitutions (1769) [PGL], (pirated issue of 1767 edition, printed for G. Kearsly), presented to Grand Lodge [UGL] 83:103
  AQC Database No. 4317


Book of Constitutions (1776) [PGL], (Appx.) 99:6n4; same as 4th Edition (1767), with appendix by Preston?
  AQC Database No. 4318


Book of Constitutions (1776) [PGL] 89:1
  AQC Database No. 4319


Book of Constitutions (1776) [PGL], The Manner of Constituting a New Lodge 83:2, 5
  AQC Database No. 4320


Book of Constitutions (1778) [AGL]; See also: Ahiman Rezon (1756), (1764), (1778), (1787), (1800), (1801), (1807), (1813), (Antients' B. of C.) 46:239-306, 244
  AQC Database No. 4321


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL] 106:55, 224; (5th Edition by: John Noorthouck)
  AQC Database No. 4322


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL] 105:31-2
  AQC Database No. 4323


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL] 102:35-7, 36, 50
  AQC Database No. 4324


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL] 99:6n4
  AQC Database No. 4325


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL] 98:122-3; Preston's secession theory 172
  AQC Database No. 4326


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL] 97:52
  AQC Database No. 4327


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL] 90:103
  AQC Database No. 4328


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL] 87:117-18, 247; (last from the premier Grand Lodge, London) [PGL] (1717-1813)
  AQC Database No. 4329


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL] 86:75, 110, 150, 191, 196, 223, 232, 237-8, 260, 288n1; its confusion with (1819 edn.) 151, 165-6, 261-2; on jewels 199; on Provincial reports q.241; preface quoted 261; revision of 150-1, 261; 'Sanction' q.238; William Williams 148, 237-8, 253, 255, 261-2, 265-6
  AQC Database No. 4330


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL], on Serving Brethren 85:2
  AQC Database No. 4331


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL], changes in forms and ceremonies 84:147, 147n5
  AQC Database No. 4332


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL], The Manner of Constituting a New Lodge 83:2, 5, 6; ed. by Noorthouck 5
  AQC Database No. 4333


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL], (ed. by John Noorthouck) 82:24
  AQC Database No. 4334


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL], (5th Edition by: John Noorthouck) 81:133
  AQC Database No. 4335


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL], (Underwood, F.J.) Noorthouck and the (1784) "Constitutions" 51:139-41
  AQC Database No. 4336


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL], (Hawkins, E.L.) Two editors of the Book of Constitutions (Noorthouck & Entick) 22:62
  AQC Database No. 4337


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL], (Hawkins, E.L.) Two editors of the Book of Constitutions (Noorthouck & Entick) 21:76-85
  AQC Database No. 4338


Book of Constitutions (1784) [PGL], (ed. by John Noorthouck) 13:181
  AQC Database No. 4339


Book of Constitutions (1787) [AGL], on lodge representation on the Board of General Purpose (BGP) 81:360
  AQC Database No. 4340


Book of Constitutions (1787) [AGL]; See also: Ahiman Rezon (1756), (1764), (1778), (1787), (1800), (1801), (1807), (1813), (Antients' B. of C.) 46:239-306, 244
  AQC Database No. 4341


Book of Constitutions (1792) (USA), (T.M. Harris) (Massachusetts); See also: Massachusetts (USA) 83:369; (present, 1960s) 'Book of Constitutions' on lodge buisnes conducted only in the (3() 382
  AQC Database No. 4342


Book of Constitutions (1800) [AGL]; See also: Ahiman Rezon (1756), (1764), (1778), (1787), (1800), (1801), (1807), (1813), (Antients' B. of C.) 46:239-306, 244
  AQC Database No. 4343


Book of Constitutions (1801) [AGL]; See also: Ahiman Rezon (1756), (1764), (1778), (1787), (1800), (1801), (1807), (1813), (Antients' B. of C.) 46:239-306, 244
  AQC Database No. 4344


Book of Constitutions (1813) [AGL]; See also: Ahiman Rezon (1756), (1764), (1778), (1787), (1800), (1801), (1807), (1813), (Antients' B. of C.) 46:239-306, 244
  AQC Database No. 4345


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL] 109:228; ed. by William Williams, its frontispiece, engraving by B. Silvester 227, 232n8
  AQC Database No. 4346


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL], first post-Union B. of C., on the Committee or Lodge of Benevolence (Fund of Benevolence) 108:164, 189
  AQC Database No. 4347


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL], first from the United Grand Lodge, (6th Edition by: William Williams) 105:24, 43-4
  AQC Database No. 4348


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL] 103:155-68 passim
  AQC Database No. 4349


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL] 102:213, 256
  AQC Database No. 4350


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL] 99:2, 6n5
  AQC Database No. 4351


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL] 98:157, 159, 173
  AQC Database No. 4352


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL] 97:155, 167, 169-70; the rare, unamended edition 175
  AQC Database No. 4353


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL] 95:123
  AQC Database No. 4354


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL] 91:194
  AQC Database No. 4355


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL] 88:212; ed. by William Williams, Provincial GM, Dorset (1812-39) 96
  AQC Database No. 4356


Book of Constitutions (1815, 1819, 1827, 1841, 1847, 1853, 1855, 1858, 1861, 1863, 1867, 1871, 1873, 1884, 1896, 1901, 1911, 1917, 1919, 1922, 1926, 1940, 1947, 1955, 1960, 1965, 1970) [UGL], on appointment of representatives 88:88, 89
  AQC Database No. 4357


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL] 87:143, 262
  AQC Database No. 4358


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL], copyright was vested in William Williams 86:265, 288n1
  AQC Database No. 4359


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL] 85:34n1, q.39, 203-4; 'innovations' in 29; on Grand Lodge membership 32n2; officers first listed in q.366; on regalia 204; on Serving Brethren q.2
  AQC Database No. 4360


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL], Anderson's "History" omitted from 84:292; Charge No.4 in 199, 207; Deacons in 292; first mention of Inner Guard in 122, 292
  AQC Database No. 4361


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL], Constitution and Consecration of Lodges 83:3, 3n2, 6, 6n1, 7, 7n2, 12, 22, 34; revised by William Williams 3
  AQC Database No. 4362


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL], (ed. Williams) on certificates 82:179, 179n3, 180, 251n1
  AQC Database No. 4363


Book of Constitutions (1815) [UGL], ed. Williams 81:360, 361
  AQC Database No. 4364


Book of Constitutions (1819) [UGL], still dated (1815), amended edition 86:150-1, 153, 165-6, 265, 288n1
  AQC Database No. 4365


Book of Constitutions (1819) [UGL] 85:31-2, q.32n1, 204
  AQC Database No. 4366


Book of Constitutions (1819) [UGL], on Inner Guard's jewel 84:292; on uniformity and regularity q.57, q.64, 66n2
  AQC Database No. 4367


Book of Constitutions (1819) [UGL], on certificates 82:180n2
  AQC Database No. 4368


Book of Constitutions (1827) [UGL], on masonic funerals, (only on his own special request) q. 108:15
  AQC Database No. 4369


Book of Constitutions (1827) [UGL] 105:25, 30, 38; (8th Edition by: W. Williams, as 7th Edition (1819) and amendment)
  AQC Database No. 4370


Book of Constitutions (1827) [UGL] 104:45, annotation q.45
  AQC Database No. 4371


Book of Constitutions (1827) [UGL] 99:6n5
  AQC Database No. 4372


Book of Constitutions (1827) [UGL] 97:219, q.222
  AQC Database No. 4373


Book of Constitutions (1827) [UGL] 92:222
  AQC Database No. 4374


Book of Constitutions (1827) [UGL] 87:263
  AQC Database No. 4375


Book of Constitutions (1827) [UGL] 86:154, 262, q.340, 345
  AQC Database No. 4376


Book of Constitutions (1827) [UGL] 85:205, 208; 'innovation' in 194
  AQC Database No. 4377


Book of Constitutions (1841) [UGL], on gold or gilt lodge jewels 87:262-3
  AQC Database No. 4378


Book of Constitutions (1841) [UGL] 86:155, 262
  AQC Database No. 4379


Book of Constitutions (1841) [UGL] 85:32n1; on officers q.366; on Serving Brethren q.2
  AQC Database No. 4380


Book of Constitutions (1847) [UGL], and Grand Pursuivant, q. 83:374
  AQC Database No. 4381


Book of Constitutions (1853) [UGL] 106:68; omission of Orders of Chivalry, (from Articles of Union) 93
  AQC Database No. 4382


Book of Constitutions (1853) [UGL] 105:47; (11th Edition, B. of C.)
  AQC Database No. 4383


Book of Constitutions (1853) [UGL] 93:59, 68
  AQC Database No. 4384


Book of Constitutions (1853) [UGL] 86:155
  AQC Database No. 4385


Book of Constitutions (1853) [UGL], on officers, q. 85:366
  AQC Database No. 4386


Book of Constitutions (1853) [UGL], Constitution and Consecration of Lodges 83:7, 7n3
  AQC Database No. 4387


Book of Constitutions (1855) [UGL] 85:209
  AQC Database No. 4388


Book of Constitutions (1871) [UGL] 85:216
  AQC Database No. 4389


Book of Constitutions (1873) [UGL], on masonic funerals, (no revision) q. 108:15
  AQC Database No. 4390


Book of Constitutions (1873) [UGL] 105:255; (20th Edition)
  AQC Database No. 4391


Book of Constitutions (1873) [UGL] 81:360
  AQC Database No. 4392


Book of Constitutions (1884) [UGL], Thomas Fenn's great revision (substantially the same until c.1940), on masonic funerals, (now removed) q. 108:15
  AQC Database No. 4393


Book of Constitutions (1884) [UGL] 86:156, 159
  AQC Database No. 4394


Book of Constitutions (1884) [UGL] 85:32n1, on officers q.366; on Serving Brethren q.2
  AQC Database No. 4395


Book of Constitutions (1884) [UGL], on uniformity, q. 84:66
  AQC Database No. 4396


Book of Constitutions (1884) [UGL], Constitution and Consecration of Lodges, q. 83:3, 3n3, 7, 22
  AQC Database No. 4397


Book of Constitutions (1884) [UGL], on Private Lodge certificates 82:180, 251, 251n1, 218
  AQC Database No. 4398


Book of Constitutions (1884) [UGL] 81:361
  AQC Database No. 4399


Book of Constitutions (1896) [UGL], Deacons, new status of 85:364
  AQC Database No. 4400


Book of Constitutions (1896) [UGL] 81:360
  AQC Database No. 4401


Book of Constitutions (1899) (IC), (Grand Lodge of Ireland), reviewed 12:167-170
  AQC Database No. 4402


Book of Constitutions (1901) [UGL] 86:115
  AQC Database No. 4403


Book of Constitutions (1911) [UGL], on officers 85:364, q.366
  AQC Database No. 4404


Book of Constitutions (1917) [UGL] 86:110n1, 111
  AQC Database No. 4405


Book of Constitutions (1919) [UGL], on the Four Old Lodges (1717), (now; L.2, L.4 and L.12, with special Officers collars) 33:184
  AQC Database No. 4406


Book of Constitutions (1920) [UGL], proposal forms first mentioned in 85:291
  AQC Database No. 4407


Book of Constitutions (1926) [UGL] 82:251, 251n1
  AQC Database No. 4408


Book of Constitutions (1940) [UGL], new, by Russell McLaren and the Revision Committee 86:155n2, 160
  AQC Database No. 4409


Book of Constitutions (1940) [UGL] 85:32n1, 216, 291
  AQC Database No. 4410


Book of Constitutions (1940) [UGL] 84:64
  AQC Database No. 4411


Book of Constitutions (1940) [UGL] 81:269
  AQC Database No. 4412


Book of Constitutions (1965) [UGL] 82:87n2
  AQC Database No. 4413


Book of Constitutions (1965) [UGL], (Rule No.98 in) 81:361; (Rule No. 219 in) 361
  AQC Database No. 4414


Book of Constitutions (1970) [UGL] 95:208
  AQC Database No. 4415


Book of Constitutions (1970) [UGL] 90:107n1, 140
  AQC Database No. 4416


Book of Constitutions (1970) [UGL] 86:136, q.143, 267
  AQC Database No. 4417


Book of Constitutions (1970) [UGL] 85:209; on additional officers q.365; on Serving Brethren q.1, 2
  AQC Database No. 4418


Book of Constitutions (1970) [UGL] 84:188, 188n6, 189, 199; on Aprons q.190; on publication of proceedings q.135
  AQC Database No. 4419


Book of Constitutions (1970) [UGL], no reference to Consecration as such 83:3, 3n3
  AQC Database No. 4420


Book of Constitutions (1970) [UGL], "God and Religion" Charge in 82:267, 291; 'Lodge' defined in 287; 'preferment grounded upon merit' in 292; Rule (No.101) production of Warrant 326; Rule (No.175) issue of Private Lodge certificates 180
  AQC Database No. 4421


Book of Constitutions (1979) [UGL] 96:127
  AQC Database No. 4422


Book of Constitutions (1979) [UGL], (modern), rule (No.IV) (Landmarks) q. 92:222
  AQC Database No. 4423


Book of Constitutions (1979) [UGL], (current), the Charges in the (MS.) 91:224; on Grand Stewards q.179
  AQC Database No. 4424


Book of Constitutions (1983)! [UGL], (rule No.186.) (recognitions and regularity of origins) 96:120, 132
  AQC Database No. 4425


Book of Constitutions (1984)! [UGL] 96:120
  AQC Database No. 4426


Book of Constitutions (1988)! [UGL], (modern) 93:69; Article II, (Rule No.155, orders of Chivalry) [HG]
  AQC Database No. 4427


Book of Constitutions (1989)! [UGL], on 'Let a man's religion or mode of worship be what it may' 108:110
  AQC Database No. 4428


Book of Constitutions (1989) [UGL] 105:22-3, 42
  AQC Database No. 4429


Book of Constitutions (1989) [UGL], of the United Grand Lodge of England 1815-1988, The [UGL] (Brett), [PL] (1989) 103:154-69
  AQC Database No. 4430


Book of Memory, The (n.d.) (recent work), by Professor Mary Carruthers (Cambridge) 107:64
  AQC Database No. 4431


Book of Remembrance (Masonic ceremony of the) 108:42, 46
  AQC Database No. 4432


Bookbinders, Society of, London, its ritual of admission 100:93-4
  AQC Database No. 4433


Booker, John (1603-67), astrologer, Rosicrucian!, and Ashmole 97:125, 145
  AQC Database No. 4434


Booking of apprentices (Scotland) 91:15
  AQC Database No. 4435


Bookman, The, journal (1911) 99:98
  AQC Database No. 4436


Bookplate, masonic (book-plate, ex libris) 18:147
  AQC Database No. 4437


Books, Masonic Reading, (John Hamill's cataloguing of masonic authors in 'schools'), - Authentic (Scientific) or Non-Authentic 'School', of masonic research (list of books) 99:4-5
  AQC Database No. 4438


Books, Masonic Reading, (Knoop, Douglas & Jones, G.P.) Masonic History, Old and New 55:285-323; Schools of Masonic History, the 'mythical/imaginative' versus the 'authentic' (Gould, Hughan, Rylands, Speth, Vibert) schools 285, 310-12
  AQC Database No. 4439


Books, Masonic Reading (list of books); - See: Bibliography, Obituary (authors), Masonic Books, Reviews or reviewed (search-word: reviewed/review)
  AQC Database No. 4440


Books, Masonic Reading (suggested books) (1963) (SC), - Specific aspects of Freemasonry (list of books) 76:135-6
  AQC Database No. 4441


Books, Masonic Reading (suggested books) (1963) (SC), - General aspects of Freemasonry (list of books) 76:135
  AQC Database No. 4442


Books, Masonic Reading (suggested) (Carr's bookshelf), - Advanced (list of books) 87:210-1
  AQC Database No. 4443


Books, Masonic Reading (suggested) (Carr's bookshelf), - Elementary (list of books) 87:210
  AQC Database No. 4444


Books, Masonic Reading (suggested) (Carr's bookshelf), - General Literature (list of books) 87:211
  AQC Database No. 4445


Books, Masonic Reading (suggested) (Carr's bookshelf), - Biblical Literature [VSL] (list of books) 87:211
  AQC Database No. 4446


Books, Masonic Reading (suggested) (Carr's bookshelf) (1958) 71:inset (Misc. Lat.)
  AQC Database No. 4447


Books, Masonic Reading (suggested) (Carr's bookshelf), - Specialist (list of books) 87:211
  AQC Database No. 4448


Books reviewed (masonic), by the AQC; See: reviewed or review (as search word)
  AQC Database No. 4449


Bookshelf, The Mason's (list of books) (1958), (Harry Carr) 71:Inset. (Misc. Lat.)
  AQC Database No. 4450


Boos, Henri; Histoire de la Franc-Maçonnerie (1894) 109:43n1-2,4
  AQC Database No. 4451


Boos, Henri; Manuel de le Francmaçonnerie (1894) 83:254, 256, 257, 267, 270
  AQC Database No. 4452


Boos, Henri; Manuel De La Francmaçonnerie, composé sur l'order Grande Loge Suisse Alpina (1894), (Switzerland), reviewed 7:172-175
  AQC Database No. 4453


Booth, Gen. Ballington, Salvation Army 95:6
  AQC Database No. 4454


Booth, Herbert Coulson+ (1877-1962), Master (WM) of Quatuor Coronati L.2076 (1950) q. 105:265
  AQC Database No. 4455


Booth, Herbert Coulson+ (1877-1962), Master (WM) of Quatuor Coronati L.2076 (1950) 89:111; 'The Ceremony of Installation' (WM) 244-53
  AQC Database No. 4456


Booth, Herbert Coulson+ (1877-1962), and the Prestonian Transcripts (c.1950) (comparative compilation) 85:126
  AQC Database No. 4457


Booth, Herbert Coulson+ (1877-1962), on the use of the 'J. & B.' (1762) [J&B] (in AQC vol.67:121-38) q. 84:149n6
  AQC Database No. 4458


Booth, Herbert Coulson+ (1877-1962), his Obituary 75:75
  AQC Database No. 4459


Booth, Herbert Coulson+ (1877-1962), The "All Saints Lodges" L.268*/L.212* (1753-1775) [PGL], at Wooler, and the Installation Ceremony in 'The Three Distinct Knocks' (1760) and in 'J&B' (1762) [Exposure], (Ward/Meekren) 69:127
  AQC Database No. 4460


Booth, Herbert Coulson+ (1877-1962), The "All Saints Lodges" L.268* (1753) and L.212* (1770) [PGL] (erased, 1775), and L.189B* [AGL], at Wooler 67:121-38
  AQC Database No. 4461


Booth, Herbert Coulson+ (1877-1962), his Biography and Installation as Master (WM) of (L.2076) 64:2; Inaugural Address (1950), The Ceremony of Installation; See also: (in AQC vol.89:244-253) 2
  AQC Database No. 4462


Booth, Herbert Coulson+ (1877-1962), The Culdees 57:23-70
  AQC Database No. 4463


Booth, James, of Friendship L.345, co-founder of Pythagoras L.654 (1837), Corfu (Greece) 106:212
  AQC Database No. 4464


Booth, Major John (d.1925), Grand Treasurer [UGL] & [RA] (EC), his Obituary 38:107
  AQC Database No. 4465


Booth, William (d.1887), PGIW (SC), of Abbotsford L.517 (SC), Gulgong, Australia; bringing to an issue the Grand Lodge of New South Wales (NSW) (1877) 84:8 bis, 9; Past Deputy GM (NSW) (1877) 11 bis, 22
  AQC Database No. 4466


Bootham Bar 106:242(?); See: missing (not in AQC vol.106)
  AQC Database No. 4467


Bootle-Wilbrahan, Edward (1837-1898), 1st Earl of Lathom, formerly 2nd Baron Skelmersdale (1853) 108:87, 90-101, 103-4, 109, 112, 120; as Provincial GM (West Lancashire) (1872), Deputy GM [UGL] (1874), Pro GM [UGL] (1891) 103, 106
  AQC Database No. 4468


Bord, Gustave, anti-masonic author 108:141; La Franc-Maçonnerie en France des Oriniges à 1815, Tome 1, Les ouvriers de l'idée révolutionnaire (1688-1771). (1908) 142n5; (Tome II) 142n6
  AQC Database No. 4469


Bord, Gustave; La Franc-Maçonnerie en France des origines á 1815. (1908), (under french 'Reign of Terror', 1793) 104:130, 136
  AQC Database No. 4470


Bord, Gustave, (opponent of Freemasonry); La Franc-Maçonnerie en France des origines á 1815. (1908) 101:35, 37, 55-6, 59, 75, 76, q.94
  AQC Database No. 4471


Bord, Gustave; La Franc-Maçonnerie en France des origines á 1815. (1908), [Exposure]! 99:32n2, 35n
  AQC Database No. 4472


Bord, Gustave; La-Franc-Maçonneri Française (List of Paris lodges, 1726-35) q. 86:15, 15n3, 16n1
  AQC Database No. 4473


Bord, Gustave; La Franc-Maçonnerie en France (1908) 46:229
  AQC Database No. 4474


Bord, Janet; Mazes and Labyrinths of the World (1976), reviewed (Gillespie) 89:192-3
  AQC Database No. 4475


Bordeaux (France); Latomia publications (No.126), 'L'histoire des Elus Parfaits, la Mère-Loge Ecossaise de Bordeaux' (the 'Sharp' documents) 107:156
  AQC Database No. 4476


Bordeaux, English L.363* (now 'Anglaise 204' No.2) (L.2) (GLNF), Bordeaux, France 94:142
  AQC Database No. 4477


Bordeaux, founded a Grand Lodge of Guyenne, on the call from Willermoz (1772) 109:38
  AQC Database No. 4478


Bordeaux, Grande (or Parfaite) Loge d'Ecosse (Ecossaise) (Mother-Lodge) 101:33, 34, 75-9, 92-3, 123-4, founder 90-1; members 89; Règlements 39, 77-9, 87, 110-14
  AQC Database No. 4479


Bordeaux, Lodge at (1721?) 86:13
  AQC Database No. 4480


Bordeaux, Loge Anglaise (L.204*) at, (1731/2) [PGL]; See also: Anglaise (L.204*), now L.2 (GLNF), France 86:15, 16
  AQC Database No. 4481


Bordeaux, Loge Anglaise (L.204*) at, (Sitwell, N.S.H.) The Marquis de Vignolles, and the Provincial Grand Lodge for Foreign Countries 49:122-8
  AQC Database No. 4482


Bordeaux, Loge Anglaise (L.204*) at, (Speth, G.W.) The English Lodge at Bordeaux 12:6-31, 105-6; (Crawley, W.J. Chetwode) A Monograph on the Dillons 23-7; (Shackles, G.L.) Description of and notes on two medals struck by the Lodge Anglaise of Bordeaux 27-31
  AQC Database No. 4483


Bordeaux, mother-lodge at (1746) 97:177-8
  AQC Database No. 4484


Bordeaux, Notes on Early Freemasonry in (Bernheim) 101:33-132
  AQC Database No. 4485


Border Royal Arch Ch.5372 (Carlisle), [RA] 109:252
  AQC Database No. 4486


Bordes, Dr. Otto, GM [3WK], 'Three Globes', Berlin 95:30-2, 33
  AQC Database No. 4487


Borel, Jean-Jacques (Philosophical Ecossais Rite), France, in 'Sharp documents' No.91, personal friend of Thory, and GM (GOdF) Cambacérès, condemned (1809) 107:176
  AQC Database No. 4488


Borelly, Master (WM) of Lodge Saint Paul des Vrais Amis (Orient of Figeac-en-Quercy) (1770), and 'A merry meal with a sorry ending' (France) 107:173
  AQC Database No. 4489


Borg, R., Deputy District GM [UGL] of Egypt (1867-78) 81:211, 219 bis, 220, 221
  AQC Database No. 4490


Borghi, Luigi, violinist and composer, of Lodge Nine Muses L.235 (fl.1777), London 87:248
  AQC Database No. 4491


Born, Ignaz (Ignatius), Edler von (1742-91), Master (WM) of Lodge 'True Unity' (Zur wahren Eintracht) (1790), Austria 105:242
  AQC Database No. 4492


Born, Ignaz (Ignatius), Edler von (1742-91) 100:199-200, 201-2; Grand Secretary, Austria (1784) 200
  AQC Database No. 4493


Born, Ignaz (Ignatius), Edler von (1742-91), Vienna (1785), Master (WM) Lodge of 'The Crowned Hope' (Mozart/Haydn) 89:177
  AQC Database No. 4494


Born, Ignaz (Ignatius), Edler von (1742-91), mineralogist (1770, in Prague) 104:83; M. Teich; Ignas von Born als Organisator des wissenschaftlichen Bestrebungen in der Habsburger Monarchie (1976) 84n10
  AQC Database No. 4495


Born, Ignaz (Ignatius), Edler von (1742-91), Master (WM) of Lodge 'True Unity' or 'True Concord' (Zur wahren Eintracht) [OS], Passed (2() W.A. Mozart (1785), Vienna 103:151-2
  AQC Database No. 4496


Born, Ignaz (Ignatius), Edler von (1742-91), Master (WM) of Lodge 'True Unity' (Zur wahren Eintracht) (1790), and Mozart (Vienna), Austria 94:61-3, 74
  AQC Database No. 4497


Born, Ignaz (Ignatius), Edler von (1742-91), Master (WM) of Lodge 'True Unity' (Zur wahren Eintracht) (1790), Vienna 87:44-5, 47, 48, 52, 65, 68, 73, 217
  AQC Database No. 4498


Born, Ignaz (Ignatius), Edler von (1742-91), (Brough, B.H.) An Austrian precursor of the Quatuor Coronati Lodge. Lodge 'True Unity' (Zur wahren Eintracht) (1790) 14:58
  AQC Database No. 4499


Born, Ignaz (Ignatius), Edler von (1742-91), (Brough, B.H.) An Austrian precursor of the Quatuor Coronati Lodge. Lodge 'True Unity' (Zur wahren Eintracht) (1790) 13:72-6
  AQC Database No. 4500


Born in Blood: The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry (1989), John J. Robinson (USA) [KT] 107:50, 200n1
  AQC Database No. 4501


Borne, Fernand (Belgium) 100:79
  AQC Database No. 4502


Borneman, Henry S.; Early Freemasonry in Pennsylvania (1981), (USA) 96:127
  AQC Database No. 4503


Borough L.424, Gateshead 100:232
  AQC Database No. 4504


Borough L.424, Gateshead 92:40
  AQC Database No. 4505


Borough L.424, Gateshead 98:162
  AQC Database No. 4506


Borsay, P., "All the town's a stage' - Urban Ritual and Ceremony, 1660-1800", in P. Clark (ed.) 'The Transformation of English Provincial Towns' (1985) 108:38n1
  AQC Database No. 4507


Borthwick, Capt. Rich, 'admitted into the Fellowship of Free Masons' at the lodge meeting at Masons' Hall (1682) (the 'Acception'), London 108:50, 75; See also: C.H. Josten; Elias Ashmole (1978) (in AQC vol.102:233n14) 60n18
  AQC Database No. 4508


Bortolini, Mattia (fl.1717), painter 101:254
  AQC Database No. 4509


Boscow, H., 'The Background to 16 October 1646' (the Ashmole/Mainwaring 'making' at Warrington) 102:222-33
  AQC Database No. 4510


Boscow, H., 'The Tomb of Samuel Astles' 99:231, 232
  AQC Database No. 4511


Boscow, H., on 'The Birth of Freemasonry' (MacIntyre), in Warrington (1646) 95:218-19
  AQC Database No. 4512


Boscow, H., on Sankey and the 'Sloane MS.' (No.4348) (of the Ashmole/Mainwaring 'making') (in AQC vol.102:222) 108:50-51, 60n17,21-2, 66, 77
  AQC Database No. 4513


Boss, Capt., at the Provincial Grand Lodge meeting, with Lord Durham (1834) 109:149
  AQC Database No. 4514


Bossu, Jean, 'Admiral Sidney Smith' 99:220-1
  AQC Database No. 4515


Bossu, Jean (France) 100:42
  AQC Database No. 4516


Bossu, Jean (France) 106:107
  AQC Database No. 4517


Bossu, Jean 92:217; in 'L'ldée libre' (1958) 6
  AQC Database No. 4518


Bossu, Jean 98:10
  AQC Database No. 4519


Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne (1627-1704), churchman 104:124, 126
  AQC Database No. 4520


Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne (1627-1704), Bishop of Meau (1681) q. 101:128, 131
  AQC Database No. 4521


Boston (Lincolnshire), Masonic hall at, with an authentic Egyptian Temple facade and the Greek words 'GN?THI SEAUTON' (Know Thyself) 108:31
  AQC Database No. 4522


Boston (Massachusetts, USA) Athenaeum Library 89:71
  AQC Database No. 4523


Boston (Massachusetts, USA), lodges at (1769), assisting St. Andrew Royal Arch Chapter [RA], in working the Knights Templar Ritual [KT], L.58* [AGL] of the 14th Regt., L.106* (SC) of the 64th Regt., and L.322* (IC) of the 29th Regt. (Military, Army) 26:57, 60a-b
  AQC Database No. 4524


Boston Advertiser, The (Massachusetts, 1827) (USA) 89:76, 78, 81
  AQC Database No. 4525


Boston Centinel, The (1816), Benjamin Russell GM (USA), on John Brooks, candidate for Governor (USA) 84:225
  AQC Database No. 4526


Boston Daily Advertiser, African Lodge notice (1827) in [PH] (USA) 90:313, 320
  AQC Database No. 4527


Boston Daily Advertiser, African Lodge notice [PH] (1827) in 92:151-2, 169
  AQC Database No. 4528


Boston Daily Bee, The (1847) (USA) q. 90:315
  AQC Database No. 4529


Boston Freemasons Monthly Magazine (periodical) 106:73
  AQC Database No. 4530


Boston Gazette, The (Massachusetts, 1807) q. 89:71
  AQC Database No. 4531


Boston, L.126* (1733) [PGL] at, now St. John's L.1 (Massachusetts) (USA) 86:24
  AQC Database No. 4532


Boston, Lincolnshire, Masonic Hall 104:245
  AQC Database No. 4533


Boston, Massachusetts, Lodge? (1720) in King's Chapel (USA) 90:218
  AQC Database No. 4534


Boston, Supreme Council for (1828) [A&ASR] (NMJ) (USA), its correspondence vith France (GOdF) 109:258
  AQC Database No. 4535


Boston Tea-Party and Freemasonry, The (1773), (Cerza) (USA) 98:207-9
  AQC Database No. 4536


Boston Tea-Party, The (1773) (Nasser) (USA) 102:248-51
  AQC Database No. 4537


Boston Tea-Party, The (1773) (USA), Colonial Freemasonry 90:262; See also: (in AQC vol.89:169-75)
  AQC Database No. 4538


Boston Tea-Party, The (1773), and 'The Sons of Liberty' and the St. Andrew's Lodge, Boston (USA) 89:174
  AQC Database No. 4539


Boston Weekly News Letter (1737), (USA) q. 81:105
  AQC Database No. 4540


Boston Weekly Rehearsal (1732/3), (USA) q. 81:105
  AQC Database No. 4541


Boswell, Hamilton Douglas, and the Robert Burns memorial 100:221
  AQC Database No. 4542


Boswell, James (1740-1795), disciple of Dr. Johnson 107:44
  AQC Database No. 4543


Boswell, James (1740-1795), Deputy GM (SC), Scotland (1776-8) 102:103, 107; Life of Samuel Johnson (1791) 103
  AQC Database No. 4544


Boswell, James (1740-1795); Life of Samuel Johnson (1791) 101:5
  AQC Database No. 4545


Boswell, James (1740-1795), of Auchinleck, as Johnson's biographer 100:220; James, his younger son 220, 223
  AQC Database No. 4546


Boswell, James (1740-1795), as Dr. Samuel Johnson's biographer 99:144
  AQC Database No. 4547


Boswell, James (1740-1795), and Johnson 89:101 bis
  AQC Database No. 4548


Boswell, James (1740-1795), Deputy GM (SC), on Dr. Johnson's 'charge' q. 85:200
  AQC Database No. 4549


Boswell, James (1740-1795), (friend and biographer of Dr. Johnson), occupant of No.58, Great Queen Street (London) 82:9
  AQC Database No. 4550


Boswell, James (1740-1795), (Clarke, J.R. & Jones, G.P.) Was James Boswell a Freemason? 79:90-2
  AQC Database No. 4551


Boswell, John, of Auchinlech (fl.1600) 103:114
  AQC Database No. 4552


Boswell, John, of Auchinleck (fl.1600) 100:136, 147, 152, 159
  AQC Database No. 4553


Boswell, John, of Auchinleck 101:160
  AQC Database No. 4554


Boswell, John, Laird of Auchinleck, at Lodge of Edinburgh (1600) (Operative), Scotland 84:308
  AQC Database No. 4555


Boswell, John, present at the Lodge of Edinburgh (1600), Scotland 25:132
  AQC Database No. 4556


Boswell, Samuel (1740-1795), Samuel Johnson's biographer, raised in Canongate Kilwinning L.2 (1759) (SC) 109:6
  AQC Database No. 4557


Boswell, Sir Alexander, Bart (Karter) 100:220-3
  AQC Database No. 4558


Boswells London Journal, 1762-3. (1966), ed. F.A. Pottle 107:46n7
  AQC Database No. 4559


Botetourt, L.458* (now L.7, Virginia), Gloucester, Virginia (USA) 96:124-5
  AQC Database No. 4560


Botetourt, L.458* (now L.7, Virginia), Gloucester, Virginia (USA) 90:229
  AQC Database No. 4561


Botetourt, L.458* (1773-1813) [PGL] and [PH], now L.7 (Virginia), Gloucester, Virginia (USA) 89:76, 77, 90
  AQC Database No. 4562


Both, von, lieutenant-colonel in the army of the Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Master (WM) of the Three Lions Lodge of Wismar [OS], at the Kohlo Convent for Starck (1772) 109:32-3, 48n91
  AQC Database No. 4563


Botha, Colonel C. Graham, GM, Southern Africa (1961) 99:118
  AQC Database No. 4564


Botha, Mr. Justice D.H., South African Commission of Enquiry into Secret Organisations (A survey of report relating to Freemasonry) (1965) 78:74-82
  AQC Database No. 4565


Bothwell-Gosse, Miss Alicia, of the Theosophical Society, London, and Yarker (1908) [COF] 109:208, 209n1, 200n22
  AQC Database No. 4566


Bothwell-Gosse, Miss Alicia, [COF]; The Co-Mason (1909) (periodical), published by 108:258
  AQC Database No. 4567


Bothwell-Gosse, Miss Alicia, [COF]; The Knights Templar (n.d.) [KT] 107:227
  AQC Database No. 4568


Bothwell-Gosse, Miss Alicia, editor; The Co-Mason [COF], 1st S.G.C. [AFAM] (1925) London!, [A&ASR] 105:162
  AQC Database No. 4569


Bothwell-Gosse, Miss Alicia (fl.1925), co-mason [COF] 99:100
  AQC Database No. 4570


Bothwell, James Hepburn, 4th Earl of 95:133
  AQC Database No. 4571


Botticelli, Sandro, painter 87:30
  AQC Database No. 4572


Bottle Companions: The, a choice collection of merry drinking songs and healths consisting of loyalty love and good fellowship. (collection of songs in the British Museum) [BM], The Free Masons' Health (1722) [Pamphlet] 'Come let us prepare' (Entered Apprentice's Song), and the 'Weekly Journal' (1722), [Pamphlet], [EMP] 88:188
  AQC Database No. 4573


Bottomley, Horatio, newspaper proprietor 99:89
  AQC Database No. 4574


Bottomley, James, friend of Ruspini 87:246-7
  AQC Database No. 4575


Bottomley, James, and Ruspini 86:90 bis, 91, 93-6 passim
  AQC Database No. 4576


Bottomley, James, G.Swd.B. (1783), and the Hall Medal 82:23; subscriber to the Hall-Loan [PGL] (1779/1787) 29
  AQC Database No. 4577


Bottomley/McGee (McGree Ritual), the, Ritual used in West Lancashire [UGL], (non-emulation) q.(2() [WT] (deference) 109:5, 15n8
  AQC Database No. 4578


Bottomley/McGee Ritual, the 93:152, 163
  AQC Database No. 4579


Bottomley Ritual (West Lancashire) [UGL], (McGree Ritual) 87:196
  AQC Database No. 4580


Bottomley, Ronald, The Seal of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter [RA] (EC), (Mendoza, H. & Smyth, F.) 103:261
  AQC Database No. 4581


Bouchaud, J. (fl.1820, New York) 100:50
  AQC Database No. 4582


Boucher, Jules (France); La Symbolique Maçonnique (1953) 99:33n7, 35n
  AQC Database No. 4583


Boucher, Jules (France); La Symbolique Maçonnique (5th ed, 1975) 92:91, 97n11
  AQC Database No. 4584


Boucher, Jules (France) 91:104; Bibliographical, concise review of his masonic book: La Symbolique Maçonnique (1948, 1975) (Masonic Symbolism) 105
  AQC Database No. 4585


Boucher, Jules (France), masonic writer, on the Hiram legend 90:254
  AQC Database No. 4586


Boucher, official at Bordeaux 101:53-4, 61-2
  AQC Database No. 4587


Boude, William; The Pilgrimage of Perfection (1525/1531), (Wynken de Worde, printer of), the oldest known occurrence of the term Freemason (in print) 43:265-7; (facsimile of relevant pages) 256a-b
  AQC Database No. 4588


Boudin, Dr. H., Pasteur de Huguenot Chantry, Canterbury Cathedral, acknowledged for help, by F.L. Turner (1995) 108:232
  AQC Database No. 4589


Bouillon, Godefroid de (c.1061-c.1100), first King of Jerusalem (1099) (crusader), never a Templar [KT] 109:23
  AQC Database No. 4590


Bouillon, Godfrey de (c.1061-c.1100), crusader [KT?], first King of Jerusalem (1099) 91:50, 68, 69
  AQC Database No. 4591


Boulainvilliers, Count-Abbot Lucas de; Treatise of the Three Imposters (No.24, of the 'Sharp Collection') 107:155
  AQC Database No. 4592


Boulanger, Lambert (Lisbon) 92:119, 137, 138n15, 142, 145
  AQC Database No. 4593


Boulanger, Lambert, his trial by Inquisition, Lisbon (1738) 84:75
  AQC Database No. 4594


Boulard, letter from, in the 'Sharp document' No.15, made a Grand Ecossais by Morin (1744) 107:158
  AQC Database No. 4595


Boulogne, Lodge at (1688?) 86:13
  AQC Database No. 4596


Boulogne, Pierre de, (a medieval Knights Templar) [KT], escaped from France to Scotland (1310), the day before being brought to trial, and Sylvester of Grumbach, reference used by Starck (1760/70s) (Clerks) on his investigating the legend of Aumount, accompanied by two Commanders and seven Knights, meeting Harris (1312), re-organised under the cover of Masonry (Craft), (Kilwinning) 109:30, 46-7n69,70
  AQC Database No. 4597


Boulton, Thomas, init. (1814) (NSW), Australia 100:213
  AQC Database No. 4598


Bouman, Machteld; Univaert van het Vrije Metzelaarsgilde, Een anti-maçonnieke klucht uit 1735. (1993) (The Funeral of the Guild of Free Masons, 1735) 108:32, 33n1
  AQC Database No. 4599


Bourbon-Conty, Louis Francis, GM [KT]! Ordre du Temple (1741), France 18:49
  AQC Database No. 4600


Bourbon-Conty, Louis Henry, GM [KT]! Ordre du Temple (1737), France 18:49
  AQC Database No. 4601


Bourdillon, Isaac, Orator of the Union Lodge (1789), Geneva (Union des Coeurs/Grande Loge Nationale de Genève), elected member of the revolutionary tribunal (1794) 83:255, 255n7, 256
  AQC Database No. 4602


Bourdillon, Leonard, evidence of the constitution of a new Lodge under the Mastership of (1749) 83:255
  AQC Database No. 4603


Bourdillon, Léonard 81:110
  AQC Database No. 4604


Bourg, L.F. de, designer of "The List of Lodges, 1735" 83:177
  AQC Database No. 4605


Bourgeois, G.Sec, France (1767) 104:106
  AQC Database No. 4606


Bournemouth Masonic Hall 102:39
  AQC Database No. 4607


Bouvier, Aimé, (Eq. a Voluntate), Great Prior [RER] (1905-1909) (Helvetic), Switzerland 68:92
  AQC Database No. 4608


Bouwmann, Elias, builder and architect 96:158
  AQC Database No. 4609


Bovet, Richard; Pandaemonium, or the Devil's Cloyster (1684) 88:74
  AQC Database No. 4610


Bowden, William, Gardener, of Friendship Mark Lodge (his chosen mark: Rake, scythe and spade) 107:215
  AQC Database No. 4611


Bowen, Eman., engraver of the first List of Lodges [PGL], Warden of 'Griffin' lodge in Newgate Street (1725) 26:207-8
  AQC Database No. 4612


Bower, Bartholomew, of Langholm 85:239 bis
  AQC Database No. 4613


Bower, Robert F. (Preston' Syllabus owner) 82:106
  AQC Database No. 4614


Bowers, John Z.; Western Medical Pioneers in Feudal Japan (1970) 104:21, 28
  AQC Database No. 4615


Bowers, Robert Woodger; Freemasonry and the Tabernacle of the Jews (1899), [KST], on Sir Charles Warren's Palestinian Expedition (1868) 82:161, 161n6
  AQC Database No. 4616


Bowers, Robert Woodger; Freemasonry and the Tabernacle of the Jews (1899), [KST], on Sir Charles Warren's Palestinian Expedition (1868), reviewed 12:177-8
  AQC Database No. 4617


Bowes, Arthur; The Equilateral triangle in Gothic architecture 19:165-70
  AQC Database No. 4618


Bowler, J.J., of the Byron L.4014, Mansfield (1924) 109:247
  AQC Database No. 4619


Bowley, Rev. James Lyon 108:153, 155, 157; init. (1889) in Apollo University L.357 (Oxford), as Provincial G.Org. [UGL] (Oxfordshire) (1892), later Sec. of Anglo-Saxon L.343 (Grande Lodge de France) and Aleister Crowley in Paris (1904) 153, 161n3
  AQC Database No. 4620


Bowman, J.H., 'On Speaking Latin' 101:257
  AQC Database No. 4621


Bowman, Rev. H.O. (NZ), on Rev. William Guthrie (fl.1674), Scotland; See also: The Mason Word (in AQC vol.64:54) 85:222
  AQC Database No. 4622


Bowra, C.M.; Greek Lyric Poetry from Alcman to Simonides (2nd ed. Oxford, 1961) 106:208n1
  AQC Database No. 4623


Bowring, Josiah (1757-1832), Portrait Painter, his tracing board [TB] (3() (1811) 108:24
  AQC Database No. 4624


Bowring, Josiah (1757-1832), Portrait Painter, designer of Tracing-Boards [TB] 101:230
  AQC Database No. 4625


Bowring, Josiah (1757-1832), Portrait Painter, designer of Tracing Boards [TB] 85:117
  AQC Database No. 4626


Bowring, Josiah (1757-1832), Portrait Painter, designer of Tracing Boards [TB] 82:215
  AQC Database No. 4627


Bowring, Josiah (1757-1832), Portrait Painter 77:254; init. Gloucester L.113* (1795), member of L.118* of Freedom and Ease (now Moira L.92), and Strong Man L.61* (now L.45), designer of Tracing Boards [TB] 255; Benjamin Bowring and his desendants, A Record of Mercantile Achivement (1938) (Arthur C. Wardle) 255n1; British Miniaturist (1929) (Basil S. Long) 255
  AQC Database No. 4628


Bowring, Josiah (1757-1832), Portrait Painter, designer of Tracing Boards [TB] 75:190
  AQC Database No. 4629


Bowring, Josiah (1757-1832), Portrait Painter, designer of Tracing Boards [TB] 23:191-2
  AQC Database No. 4630


Bowyer, Col. Henry A., of the Bon Accord Lodge, and the new Mark Grand Lodge (1856) 106:77-9
  AQC Database No. 4631


Bowyer, Col. Henry A., Provincial GM, Oxford (1854-71) 85:293
  AQC Database No. 4632


Bowyer L.1036, (Speth, G.W.) The Chairs of Bowyer L.1036, Chipping Norton 10:63-4
  AQC Database No. 4633


box clubs 100:132
  AQC Database No. 4634


box-clubs 96:176, 180, 181
  AQC Database No. 4635


Box Masters (Treasure) 91:3, 19
  AQC Database No. 4636


Box MS. (c.1811) (Ritual) (Lectures), William Box's/Book (1793) 88:56, 59
  AQC Database No. 4637


Box, Rev. Fr. Hubert S.; Freemasonry and the Christian Faith (1951) q. 95:14-15; The Masonic Death and Resurrection Rite (1951) [Exposure] 14, q.15; The Nature of Freemasonry (1952) 15
  AQC Database No. 4638


Box, William, his Book (1793); Box MS. (c.1811) (Ritual) (Lectures) 88:56, 59
  AQC Database No. 4639


Boxer, C.R.; Jan Compagnie in Japan 1600-1817. (1968), (Martinus Nijhoff, 1950) 104:20, 28; Jan Compagnie in War and Peace 1602-1799. (1979) 104:1, 3, 20, 28
  AQC Database No. 4640


Boy Scouts of Japan, The, ordered to be dissolved (pre-world war II) 107:90
  AQC Database No. 4641


Boy's Institution, the [UGL] 106:3
  AQC Database No. 4642


Boyce, William (1710-79), composer 103:152
  AQC Database No. 4643


Boyce, William (1710-79), composer 92:65, 68
  AQC Database No. 4644


Boyd, W.T., Past GM [PH], Ohio (USA) (Negro) 89:74
  AQC Database No. 4645


Boyden MS. (c.1700) [D.e.44.] (Devonshire Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 109:176
  AQC Database No. 4646


Boyden MS. (c.1700) [D.e.44.] (Devonshire Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 96:99, 109; See also: Copy of in The New Age Magazine (February 1926) (USA) (SMJ) [A&ASR], mentioned (in AQC vol.45:56)
  AQC Database No. 4647


Boyden MS. (c.1700) [D.e.44.] (Devonshire Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 90:169, 175, 186
  AQC Database No. 4648


Boyden, W.L.; Bibliography of the Writings of Albert Pike. (1921), [A&ASR] (USA) 103:129
  AQC Database No. 4649


Boyer, Jean Baptiste de, Marquis d'Argens (1704-1771); Lettres Juives, Lettres cabbalistes (1741) 104:126, 129n28
  AQC Database No. 4650


Boyer, Jean Baptiste de, Marquis d'Argens (1704-1771); Lettre d'un Sauvage depaysé, par Mr. le Marquis D'Argens (1738), (Amsterdam), earliest reference to Freemasonry and the Original Knights Templar [KT] 32:28, 30-1n1
  AQC Database No. 4651


Boyer Lodge (coloured, negro) [PH], New York (USA) 92:150-1, 153, 154, 164
  AQC Database No. 4652


Boyer Lodge (coloured, negro) [PH], New York (USA) 90:313-14, 316
  AQC Database No. 4653


Boyle (and elsewhere), L.568 (IC) (1779-1830) at 99:41
  AQC Database No. 4654


Boyle, Michael James, of Bolton, as visitor to Paradise Ch.139 (1788) [RA], Sheffield 95:90
  AQC Database No. 4655


Boyle, Michael James (Sheffield), L.72* [AGL], tried to alter the ritual [RA] (Royal Arch Super Excellent Mason), and [KT] (1788) 93:182
  AQC Database No. 4656


Boyle, Michael James, at L.72* [AGL] (1788), lecture on the Royal Arch [RA] 74:113, 124, 126
  AQC Database No. 4657


Boyle, Robert (1627-1691), F.R.S. (1663) (RS) (Hon), castigated the alchemists as 'Hermetick Philosophers' 109:158, 160-2, 162-4, 171; A Discourse of things above Reason (1681) 161, 166n47,51; Seraphic Love (1648) 172; The Sceptical Chymist (1661) 160-2, 165n42, 178; the 'Boyle Papers' (n.d.) 165n27, 166n50,52
  AQC Database No. 4658


Boyle, Robert (1627-1691), F.R.S. (1663) (RS) (Hon); The Sceptical Chymist (1661) 108:73-74, 74n9
  AQC Database No. 4659


Boyle, Robert (1627-1691), F.R.S. (1663) (RS) 107:75; 'The Libraries of Newton, Hooke and Boyle' (in 'Notes and Records Royal Society', vol.21) (1966) (H.A. Feisenberger) 78n5
  AQC Database No. 4660


Boyle, Robert (1627-1691), F.R.S. (1663) (RS); The Sceptical Chymist (1661) 106:166
  AQC Database No. 4661


Boyne, Battle of the (1690); See also: Orange Order, Belfast (Northern Ireland), and the 86:13n3, 302
  AQC Database No. 4662


Boyne L.84 (IC), Bandon/Munster, and French prisoners of war (POW) initiated in (1746-7) 48:205
  AQC Database No. 4663


Boyne L.84 (IC), Bandon, (Crawley, W.J. Chetwode) Notes on Irish Freemasonry 9:4-14
  AQC Database No. 4664


Boys' School; See also: Royal Masonic Institution for Boys, establishment of (1798) [PGL] 82:317
  AQC Database No. 4665


Bradford, S.J., notes on only two copies of the so-called 'Dunckerley ritual', in the hand of John Knight 94:225
  AQC Database No. 4666


Bradlaugh-Bonner, Hypatia; Charles Bradlaugh (1895) 92:13n33
  AQC Database No. 4667


Bradlaugh, Charles, the Free-thought movement's most energetic and prominent publicist, and the Philadelphs (1859) 92:8-9, 11, 13n33,34
  AQC Database No. 4668


Bradlaugh, Charles; What Freemasonry is, what it has been, and what it ought to be. (1885), combined attack against Pope Leo XIII (his Bull 'Humanum Genus', 1884), and the Grand Lodge [UGL] 89:66
  AQC Database No. 4669


Bradley, Benjamin, of the Antiquity L.1* [PGL], moved for the lodge to have a Certificate Plate (1777) 108:197
  AQC Database No. 4670


Bradley, Herbert+ (1856-1923) 107:120
  AQC Database No. 4671


Bradley, Herbert+ (1856-1923), Master (WM) of Quatuor Coronati L.2976 (1920) q. 105:264
  AQC Database No. 4672


Bradley, Herbert+ (1856-1923), Past District GM (Madras), his Obituary 36:148
  AQC Database No. 4673


Bradley, Herbert+ (1856-1923), his Biography and Installation as Master (WM) of (L.2076) 34:10-12; Inaugural Address (1920/1), A Madras precursor of the Quatuor Coronati Lodge (Social Friendship, L.326) 5-9, 175-95
  AQC Database No. 4674


Bradley, Herbert+ (1856-1923), Bro. Mozart and some of his Masonic friends 26:241-70
  AQC Database No. 4675


Bradley, Herbert+ (1856-1923), Past District GM (Madras), paper on 'Freemasonry in Madras' in Transaction (1909-11) of the Dorset Masters L.3366 (research) 24:293
  AQC Database No. 4676


Bradley, Herbert+ (1856-1923), An Old Minute Book of Lodge perfect Unanimity, now L.150, Madras 21:19-32
  AQC Database No. 4677


Bradley, James (1693-1762), Astronomer 107:76
  AQC Database No. 4678


Bradley, James (1693-1762), astronomer (RS) (fried of Lord George Parker), his handwritten Lodge certificate (1762), from Hole in the Wall, L.276* [PGL], Colne, Lancashire, (now Royal Lancashire L.116); See also: (in AQC vol.80:113-4, 140-45) 82:183
  AQC Database No. 4679


Bradley, Rev. Edward; See also: 'Bede, Cuthbert' 93:6-7, 7, 15
  AQC Database No. 4680


Bradshaw, George, publisher of rituals (fl.1847) 103:133
  AQC Database No. 4681


Bradshaw, George, & Co., ritual publishers 93:167
  AQC Database No. 4682


Bradshaw, George; The Ceremonies of Opening and Closing, Initiation, Passing and Raising, Installation &c. (1847) (Ritual) 87:11
  AQC Database No. 4683


Bradshaw, George, his ritual books (1847 et seq.) 86:158, 163, 295; a ritual bibliography 163
  AQC Database No. 4684


Bradshaw, George, his books of ritual (1847, 1851, 1853) 84:126, 276, 276n2
  AQC Database No. 4685


Bradshaw, Henry, scholarly bibliographers (fl.c.1865) 92:11, 13n48
  AQC Database No. 4686


Bradshaw, J.H., Sec. Universal Lodge L.181 (c.1973) 87:20
  AQC Database No. 4687


Bradshaw, James, and Laurence Dermott [AGL] 84:150-1
  AQC Database No. 4688


Bradshaw, Laurence (fl.1543), surveyor of works 97:152
  AQC Database No. 4689


Bradshaw R.A. Ritual (1851), [RA] 81:358, 359
  AQC Database No. 4690


Braestrup (Bræstrup), Christian Jacob Cosmus (1789-1870), (Police Prefect of Copenhagen), init. (1819), (R&K) (1863), Sovereign GM [SKA] (1864-70) (VSV), Danish National Grand Lodge (DDSL)/(DDFO), Denmark 109:110n21; visited in Copenhagen by the Prince of Wales (1869) 111n44
  AQC Database No. 4691


Braestrup (Bræstrup), Christian Jacob Cosmus (1789-1870), (Police Prefect of Copenhagen), init. (1819), (R&K) (1863), Sovereign GM [SKA] (1864-70) (VSV), Danish National Grand Lodge (DDSL)/(DDFO), Denmark 108:82
  AQC Database No. 4692


Braestrup (Bræstrup), Christian Jacob Cosmus (1789-1870), (Police Prefect of Copenhagen), init. (1819), (R&K) (1863), Sovereign GM [SKA] (1864-70) (VSV), Danish National Grand Lodge (DDSL)/(DDFO), Denmark 90:280
  AQC Database No. 4693


Brahmism, (Simpson, Willian) Brahminical Initiation - The Noose Symbol 5:5-14, 144-5
  AQC Database No. 4694


Brahmism, (Simpson, Willian) Brahminical Initiation 3:89-102
  AQC Database No. 4695


Brahmism, (Yarker, John) Brahminical Initiation 5:21-3
  AQC Database No. 4696


Brain, G.W. & Scart, A.; History of the L.289 of Fidelity, Leeds (1792-1893), and County of York (1894), reviewed 7:177-178
  AQC Database No. 4697


Brain, G.W.; Masonic Catalogue, of Books, Engravings, Medals, Jewels, Certificates, etc. (1893), reviewed 6:118
  AQC Database No. 4698


Bramble, James Roger (d.1908), Provincial GM, Bristol (1906-7) [UGL]; See also: Obituary (in AQC vol.21:71) 85:326
  AQC Database No. 4699


Brame, Thomas, his Grand Lodge Certificate from L.222* [AGL] (1797), Ship & Castle Tavern, Guernsey, (now Mariners L.168) 82:225
  AQC Database No. 4700


Bramston, James, (Hextall, W.B.) "The Man of Taste". A Satire of (1733) 23:334
  AQC Database No. 4701


Bramston, James, (Hextall, W.B.) "The Man of Taste". A Satire of (1733) 21:230-43
  AQC Database No. 4702


Brancas, Marquis de, at the lodge held at the Duchess of Portsmouth's house, Paris (1734), (in 'The Whitehall Evening Post') 81:97
  AQC Database No. 4703


Brand, Sir Christoffel Joseph, Deputy GM, Transvaal, South Africa (under Netherlandic Constitution) (1847-74) 99:115-16
  AQC Database No. 4704


Brand, Sir Johannes Henricus 93:49
  AQC Database No. 4705


Brandenburg, Frederik William, Elector of, took most of East Pomerania and the Duchy of Magdeburg, after the 'Thirty Years War' (1648) 109:19; invited the persecuted Huguenots to settle in Brandenburg (1661) 58
  AQC Database No. 4706


Brandenburg, Provincial Grand Lodge for the States of (1768) (Germany) 93:193
  AQC Database No. 4707


Brandenburg, Prussia (Germany), Lay-electorates of (18th-century, Germany/Prussia) 109:10; English Provincial Grand Lodge for (1737) [PGL], (Germany) 11
  AQC Database No. 4708


Brandram, Francis Hollis, of Antiquity (L.2) (1814-38) 89:16, 20
  AQC Database No. 4709


Brandt, Richard, as G.Sec. [UGL] for German Correspondence (1861-67) 108:100
  AQC Database No. 4710


Brant, Chief Joseph, (leader of the Mohawks Indians, Upper Canada, 1826) (Morgan affair) 106:133
  AQC Database No. 4711


Brant, Joseph, Indian Chief and freemason (1776-79) (Upper-Canada/USA) 89:173
  AQC Database No. 4712


Brant, Josepth (Joseph) (1742-1807), Mohawk Indian chief (Upper-Canada/USA), init. (1776) 93:44
  AQC Database No. 4713


Brault, Madame Eliane (France) (GLMU) [COF] 91:102; Bibliographical, concise review of her masonic books: Le mystère du chevalier Ramsay (1973) (The Mystery of Chevalier Ramsay) 105-6; La Franc-maçonnerie et l'émancipation de la femme (1976) (Freemasonry and the Emancipation of Women) 106
  AQC Database No. 4714


Braun, H.; The English Castle. (n.d.) (General Literature) 87:211
  AQC Database No. 4715


Braunschweig (Germany); See: Brunswick, Duke of, Duke/Prince Karl I of (1713-1780), reigning Duke of (1735)!, brother to Friedrich, Duke/Prince of (1721-1792) 109:33, 48n98; Strict Observance [OS] at (1766) 28
  AQC Database No. 4716


Bravery, Lodge (Draskovic Observanz Rite) (1780), Karlovac (at Turkish border, in Croatian) 90:64, 68-9n19
  AQC Database No. 4717


Bravo, Dr. M. (Jamaica) 89:93, 95
  AQC Database No. 4718


Bray, A.H., G.Sec. (UGL-NSW) (1888) Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 100:213
  AQC Database No. 4719


Bray, A.H., G.Sec. (UGL-NSW) (1888) Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 84:24
  AQC Database No. 4720


Bray, St. Michael's Church, its font 102:252
  AQC Database No. 4721


Bray, St. Michael's Church, its font 100:157-8, 157, 162
  AQC Database No. 4722


Brazen Sea, the ('flowers of lilies' as the decoration of) [VSL], (flora) 94:206
  AQC Database No. 4723


Brazen Sea, the 88:186
  AQC Database No. 4724


Brazil; (Grande Loja Maçônica de Brasilia), (Grande Loja Maçônica do Estado de São Paulo), (Grande Loja Maçônica do Estado de Mato Grosso), (Grande Oriente do Brasil); See: Brasil, Grand Lodges, "Freem@sonry" Web Site (Official WWW Grand lodge including District Grand Lodges Directory) <http://www.chaumont.com/GrandLodges.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 4725


Brazil, (Cromack, E.E.) English Freemasonry in Brasil - a short history 80:224-38
  AQC Database No. 4726


Brazil, A Short History of Freemasonry in (Jo?o Guilherme C. Ribeiro/Seal-Coon) 107:259-261; list of Brazilian Grand Lodges (1995) 261; communication 'at sight' in 241-244
  AQC Database No. 4727


Brazil, Freemasonry in 92:209
  AQC Database No. 4728


Brazil, Grand Orient of (1822), Rio de Janeiro; See: Web Homepage from; <http://www.rudah.com.br/gob/> (1998), or via; Brasil, Grand Lodges, "Freem@sonry" Web Site (Official WWW Grand lodge including District Grand Lodges Directory) <http://www.chaumont.com/GrandLodges.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 4729


Brazil, Grand Orient of (1822) (Grande Oriente do Brasil), (now using Adonhiramite Rite and Scottish Rite) 90:288
  AQC Database No. 4730


Brazil, Grand Orient of (1822), Sir Alfred Robbins visit (1927) 86:113
  AQC Database No. 4731


Brazil, Grand Orient of (1822), recognized by English constitution [UGL] (1972) 85:360
  AQC Database No. 4732


Brazil, Supreme Council (33() for [A&ASR] 102:156
  AQC Database No. 4733


Breach, W.P. (of Chichester), his copy of the (3() Syllabus (William Preston's Lectures) 89:6
  AQC Database No. 4734


Breach, W.P. (of Chichester), and William Preston's Syllabus (Lecture); See also: (in AQC vol.82:107) 85:115
  AQC Database No. 4735


Breach, W.P. (of Chichester), ('Syllabus' owner), (Preston) 82:107
  AQC Database No. 4736


Breaking the Ring (Brodsky), not to exclude non-masonic factors in future masonic research 108:1-10, 231; Appendix A (on Sir Caspar Purdon Clarke) 6; Appendix B (A selected list of American Masonic publications from 1983 on) 7-8
  AQC Database No. 4737


Breastplate, (Speth, G.W.) Master's Breastplate 14:54, 137
  AQC Database No. 4738


Breastplate of the High Priest, described 89:226
  AQC Database No. 4739


Brechot; Talmud (Jewish Hebrew, Rabbinic law and regulations, etc.) [VSL] 107:189
  AQC Database No. 4740


Breed, Edward Aries Thomas+ (1850-1905), Joined Q.C. L.2076 (1903), Minutes of an Extinct Lodge (The Royal Sussex L.720) 17:37-55
  AQC Database No. 4741


Breen, Marvin, 'Free and Accepted Masons, 1771' 95:220
  AQC Database No. 4742


Breeze, William, (Ordo Templi Orientis) (OTO) 108:160
  AQC Database No. 4743


Bremen, Grand Lodge of (1948) (Germany) 97:7
  AQC Database No. 4744


Brengus, Jacques; La Franc-Maçonnerie du Bois (1973) (Freemasonry of Wood/Forest/Trees), reviewed (Batham) 88:107-8
  AQC Database No. 4745


Brentano, Luis Josef (b.1844), economist 89:254
  AQC Database No. 4746


Brereton, Sir William, returned to Cheshire (1643) 108:50, 60n19-20
  AQC Database No. 4747


Brest, L.388 (A) [AGL] (1767) at 86:16
  AQC Database No. 4748


Bretherton, Ellen (of Brey) 108:63
  AQC Database No. 4749


Brethren of Purity, Society of the (10th-C.) 90:255
  AQC Database No. 4750


Brethren who made Masonic history. (Edward Newton), (Prestonian Lecture) (1965) [PL] 78:130-45
  AQC Database No. 4751


Brett, Gerard+ (1915-1968), Resigned from the Q.C. L.2076 in (1967), (Montreal, Canada) 103:250-2
  AQC Database No. 4752


Brett, Gerard+ (1915-1968), (Montreal, Canada), his Obituary 81:253; (Prestonian Lecture) (1961) [PL], 'King Solomon in the Middle Ages' [KST] 253
  AQC Database No. 4753


Brett, Gerard+ (1915-1968), on 'The story of the fourth Temple' [KST] (Edwards, Lewis) 70:54-5
  AQC Database No. 4754


Brett, Gerard+ (1915-1968), Geometry - in ritual and on old tapestry (USA) 68:132-133
  AQC Database No. 4755


Brett, Gerard+ (1915-1968), King, Solomon 67:53
  AQC Database No. 4756


Brett, Gerard+ (1915-1968), King, Solomon 66:89-103
  AQC Database No. 4757


Brett, Gerard+ (1915-1968), "Solomon and the Temple?" [KST] 61:253-4
  AQC Database No. 4758


Brett, Sir Lionel+ (1911-1990) 104:29
  AQC Database No. 4759


Brett, Sir Lionel+ (1911-1990), 'The Book of Constitutions of the United Grand Lodge of England 1815-1988' (Prestonian Lecture) (1989) [PL] 103:154-69; on 'The District Grand Lodge of the Punjab' (Khambatta) 74, 76; on 'The Grand Lodge of England' (Batham) and the Grand Stewards' Lodge 44, 51; his obituary 250-2
  AQC Database No. 4760


Brett, Sir Lionel+ (1911-1990) 102:22, 169-70; on 'Crucefix' (Sanbach) 152, 160
  AQC Database No. 4761


Brett, Sir Lionel+ (1911-1990), his career 101:viii; his portrait vii; 'The Vocabulary of the Ceremonies' (inaugural address) (WM) (1987) 1-7; on 'Early Freemasonry in Boardeaux' (Bernheim) 121-2, 129; on 'The 18th-C. L.' (Haffner) 185; on 'Sins of our Masonic Fathers' (Hamill) 138-9, 155
  AQC Database No. 4762


Brett, Sir Lionel+ (1911-1990), on 'Goblet d' Alviella' (Brodsky) 100:72, 80, 83; on 'W.W. Westcott' (Gilbert) 21-2, 28
  AQC Database No. 4763


Brett, Sir Lionel+ (1911-1990), on 'Athelstone' (Aston) 99:77-8, 86; on 'The Old Charges' (McLeod) 144, 148; on Sir Charles Warren (Jackson) 179-81, 186
  AQC Database No. 4764


Brett, Sir Lionel+ (1911-1990), District GM, Nigeria (1959-68) q. 98:15, 171, 178; on 'Some Problems of the Antients' (Batham) 124, 219
  AQC Database No. 4765


Brett, Sir Lionel+ (1911-1990), on 'The De-Christianizing' (Cryer) 97:64-5, 73-4; on 'Mathew McBlain Thomson' (Draffen) 100, 104; on 'Rosicrucianism' (Jackson) 141-2, 148
  AQC Database No. 4766


Brett, Sir Lionel+ (1911-1990), 'English R.A. Masonry Overseas' [RA] 96:184-9
  AQC Database No. 4767


Brett, Sir Lionel+ (1911-1990), and M.V. Walsingham, 'Sets of R.A. Ensigns in Somerset' [RA] 94:7-14
  AQC Database No. 4768


Brett, Sir Lionel+ (1911-1990), District GM, Nigeria (1959-68) 88:174, 215
  AQC Database No. 4769


Brett, Sir Lionel+ (1911-1990), Past District GM, Nigeria, on Bro. Harry Carr's+ (retirement) 87:132-3
  AQC Database No. 4770


Brett, Sir Lionel+ (1911-1990), District GM, Nigeria (1959-68), on English Craft Certificates" (Haunch) 82:247-9, 251-2
  AQC Database No. 4771


Brett, Sir Lionel+ (1911-1990) 81:315; obituary of Gerard Brett 253
  AQC Database No. 4772


Bréval, Jean Baptiste de (violoncellist) 94:65-6
  AQC Database No. 4773


Breviarum Romanum (document relating the legend martyrdom of Quatuor Coronati) 88:viii
  AQC Database No. 4774


Brewer, Derek; Chaucer in his Time (1963) 88:17n11,29
  AQC Database No. 4775


Brewer, Hugh, of the Warrington lodge (1646), (Ashmole) 108:49-50, 63
  AQC Database No. 4776


Brewer, Hugh, of the Warrington lodge (1646) 102:231
  AQC Database No. 4777


Brewer, J.; Party Ideology and Popular Politics at the Accession of George III (1976) 107:46n8
  AQC Database No. 4778


Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, 12th ed. (1970) q. 82:257
  AQC Database No. 4779


Brewster, Sir David (1781-1868), philosopher 98:225
  AQC Database No. 4780


Brewster, Sir David (1781-1868), philosopher; A History of Freemasonry (ed., 1859), (with Alexander Lawrie) (1804) (SC), and his early sermons for the West Kirk Congregation of Edinburgh 13:181
  AQC Database No. 4781


Brezovica, Castle (Grand Lodge of the Draskovic Observance/Observanz Rite), founded (1775), Hungary/Croatia 90:70
  AQC Database No. 4782


Brian Boru Faislairt, Order of (by John Yarker), Manchester, reconstituted by Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia [SRIA] (1917) 109:197
  AQC Database No. 4783


Bricaud, Jean 91:42n45, 46; Annales Initiatiques (1920) 46; Notes Historiques sur le Rite Ancient et Primitif de Memphis-Misraïm (1923, 1938) (Memphis & Misraim Rite, history of) 41n27, 44
  AQC Database No. 4784


Bricaud, Joanny; Les Illuminés d'Avignon, étude sur Dom Pernety et son Groupe (1927), (Illuminati) 108:138n3
  AQC Database No. 4785


Bricaud, Joanny; Les Illuminés d'Avignon, étude sur Dom Pernety et son Groupe (1927), on Rite Hermetique or Rite de Pernety (1766), reviewed (Lafontaine) 39:99-101
  AQC Database No. 4786


Brice, Andrew (1690-1773), printer; A Defence of Freemasonry (1765), songs 50:172; See also: and Trewman (in AQC vol.41:220, 223) 172n1
  AQC Database No. 4787


Brickdale, Matthew, (MP) (fl.1772) 104:39-40, 48
  AQC Database No. 4788


Bricket, R., engraver, Toulouse (1774) 109:231
  AQC Database No. 4789


Bricklayers Arms (Barbican), L.71 at, in Grand Lodge Minutes (1730) [PGL] 85:304
  AQC Database No. 4790


Brickwood, Sir John, (Hampshire), seconder to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1887) 104:181
  AQC Database No. 4791


Bricous and Ferrières, fortress of, the brothers Monterum imprisoned in (1750), Toulouse 107:171
  AQC Database No. 4792


Bride, A.S. Mac; Speculative Freemasonry (n.d.), (MacBride), on the suggested Masonic Reading List (Draffen) 71:7
  AQC Database No. 4793


Bridge Frodsham. (T.B. Whytehead) 9:17
  AQC Database No. 4794


Bridge, George E.W., Grand Librarian Mark Masons' Hall (1957) 106:71, 101, 172, 176; History of Faith and Fidelity Preceptory No. 26 Chapter (No.26) [KT] (1940) 85n8,13, 101
  AQC Database No. 4795


Bridge, George E.W., in (1955) on the Francken MS.'s (24th & 25th degrees) [A&ASR] 103:241
  AQC Database No. 4796


Bridge, George E.W., on Athelstone the King 99:79; on A.E. Waite and his [RER] 97
  AQC Database No. 4797


Bridge, George E.W., Grand Librarian Supreme Council (1960) [A&ASR] (EC) 95:210
  AQC Database No. 4798


Bridge, George E.W., Grand Librarian to Grand Mark Lodge (1960s) 85:182; his official history of the Red Cross of Constantine [RCC] 177
  AQC Database No. 4799


Bridge, George E.W.; Veiled in Allegory and Illustrated by Symbols: See: Prestonian Lecture (1939) [PL]
  AQC Database No. 4800


Bridge Inn, Sunderland 109:130, 136
  AQC Database No. 4801


Bridgerule church, Devon, builders' rite 89:144
  AQC Database No. 4802


Bridgewater, Massachusetts (USA) 106:134
  AQC Database No. 4803


Bridport, Dorset, St. Mary's Church 95:9
  AQC Database No. 4804


Brief History of Freemasonry, A (Johnson), 2nd ed. (1784) 82:317
  AQC Database No. 4805


Brief Look at Masonic Images: Secret Meanings in Freemasonry?, A (Terner) 109:224-8
  AQC Database No. 4806


Briggs, John, his Lodge certificate from L.132* of Harmony (1795) [AGL], Liverpool (lapsed pre-1800) 82:200
  AQC Database No. 4807


Brigham, Clarence S.; Paul Revere's engravings (1954), (USA, ca. 1762-1796), reviewed (Grantham) 68:134-135, 134a
  AQC Database No. 4808


Bright, John; History of Israel. [VSL] 87:211
  AQC Database No. 4809


Brimage, William, loyalist (North Carolina) (USA) 89:172
  AQC Database No. 4810


Brink, C.O., Professor, Cambridge; Horace on Poetry: The 'Ars Poetica' (1971) q. 99:149-50
  AQC Database No. 4811


Briot, P.J. (fl.1803), founder? of the Carbonari (Italy) 100:173, 176
  AQC Database No. 4812


Brisbane, Sir Thomas (1773-1860), Governor of New South Wales (NSW) (1821), Australia 100:214
  AQC Database No. 4813


Briscoe Pamphlet (MS.), The (1724) [E.b.15.] (Sloane Branch, Sloane MSS. family), includes 'A short dictionary explaining the private signs, or signals, used among the free-masons', [EMP] 107:30
  AQC Database No. 4814


Briscoe Pamphlet (MS.), The (1724) [E.b.15.] (Sloane Branch, Sloane MSS. family) 106:259n6
  AQC Database No. 4815


Briscoe Pamphlet (MS.), The (1724) [E.b.15.] (Sloane Branch, Sloane MSS. family), Briscoe, Samuel (Secret History) 105:42
  AQC Database No. 4816


Briscoe Pamphlet (MS.), The (1724) [E.b.15.] (Sloane Branch, Sloane MSS. family); See: McLeod, W.E.; The Old Gothic Constitutions (1985) (MS.) (Vol.16, The Masonic Book Club, Illinois, USA), with Reprint of (Facsimile) 98:216
  AQC Database No. 4817


Briscoe Pamphlet (MS.), The (1724) [E.b.15.] (Sloane Branch, Sloane MSS. family), (The Secret History of the Freemasons), [EMP] 96:80
  AQC Database No. 4818


Briscoe Pamphlet (MS.), The (1724, 1725) [E.b.15.] (Sloane Branch, Sloane MSS. family), [Pamphlet] [EMP], Briscoe, Samuel (The Secret History of the Freemasons), (BM) 94:110-11
  AQC Database No. 4819


Briscoe Pamphlet (MS.), The (1724, 1725) [E.b.15.] (Sloane Branch, Sloane MSS. family), published (1724/5) 31:41
  AQC Database No. 4820


Briscoe, Samuel; The Secret History of the Free-Masons (1723/5), (MS.) [Pamphlet] [EMP], masonic handbook! 50:147, 176
  AQC Database No. 4821


Bristol, (Normall, George) Inaugural Address (1927), Early Freemasonry in the West of England as exemplified in Bath, Bristol and Exeter 40:243-60
  AQC Database No. 4822


Bristol, (Powell, A.C.) Freemasonry in Bristol 49:156-78
  AQC Database No. 4823


Bristol, (Powell, A.C.) Some Early French MS. Rituals at Bristol 30:246-55
  AQC Database No. 4824


Bristol, (Powell, A.C. & Joseph Littleton) A History of Freemasonry in Bristol. (1910), reviewed 24:178-179
  AQC Database No. 4825


Bristol, (Rylands, W.H.) Summer Outing (1920), to Bristol and Malmesbury 33:135-64
  AQC Database No. 4826


Bristol, (Ward, Eric) Richard Blake, the Royal York Lodge of Bristol and its Royal Arch and Knights Templar appendages 73:79-97
  AQC Database No. 4827


Bristol, (Ward, Eric) The Development of Instalation at Bristol 71:85-103
  AQC Database No. 4828


Bristol, Burgess Books (1713-24) q. 91:81
  AQC Database No. 4829


Bristol Cathedral School 107:7
  AQC Database No. 4830


Bristol College, of the S.R.I.A. [SRIA] (1869-93) 100:19n4
  AQC Database No. 4831


Bristol College, of the S.R.I.A. [SRIA] 85:257, 262
  AQC Database No. 4832


Bristol, early Royal Arch at [RA] 88:25
  AQC Database No. 4833


Bristol, Freemasons' Hall 105:177
  AQC Database No. 4834


Bristol Gazette (1786) q. 101:16
  AQC Database No. 4835


Bristol House, Great Queen Street (London) 82:3, 8, 9
  AQC Database No. 4836


Bristol Journal (1st Dec. 1792) 108:37
  AQC Database No. 4837


Bristol, K.T. Encampment at (now Baldwyn Rite Preceptory T.I., Time Immemorial) (1780) 91:142, 151
  AQC Database No. 4838


Bristol, L.24 (A) (1753-65) at 98:130
  AQC Database No. 4839


Bristol, L.24 (A) at [AGL] 84:177
  AQC Database No. 4840


Bristol, L.25 (A) (1753-59) at 98:130
  AQC Database No. 4841


Bristol, L.130*? at the 'Three Tuns' (1753-80) 91:122
  AQC Database No. 4842


Bristol, L.220* (1757-69) at 97:229
  AQC Database No. 4843


Bristol, L.220* (1757-69) at 98:149, 169
  AQC Database No. 4844


Bristol Masonic Society 105:244, 252
  AQC Database No. 4845


Bristol Masonic Society 100:263
  AQC Database No. 4846


Bristol Masonic Society 94:111
  AQC Database No. 4847


Bristol, Province of: Bicentenary, 1786-1986 (Naish, repr. 1991) 105:245
  AQC Database No. 4848


Bristol, ritual practices in ('Bristol Working') 93:143-4, 149-50, 154, 155-6, 160, 164
  AQC Database No. 4849


Bristol Times and Mirror, The (1893), obituary on Captain Francis George Irwin, in 85:252
  AQC Database No. 4850


Bristol University 107:7
  AQC Database No. 4851


Bristol, William, 5th Earl of (of the Foreign Office), and W.R. Wright (1804) 85:150-1, 150n1, 183
  AQC Database No. 4852


Bristol working (Ritual) 94:200-1
  AQC Database No. 4853


Bristol working (Ritual), and system of degrees (Irish practice and symbolism) 85:203
  AQC Database No. 4854


Bristol working (Ritual), Installatlon in 84:29, 54
  AQC Database No. 4855


Bristol working (Ritual), Installation in the (WM) 81:194; Royal Arch [RA] 358
  AQC Database No. 4856


Bristowe, Hubert Carpenter+ (1864-1945), his Biography, Joined (1937), Obituary; See also: Colin Dyer; History of the first 100 years of Q.C. L.2076 (1986) 58:126-7
  AQC Database No. 4857


Brit Valley L.8315, Beaminster 91:9
  AQC Database No. 4858


Britannia L.38, London 109:108
  AQC Database No. 4859


Britannia L.139, Sheffield, swedish Ernest Frölich member of (1860s) 109:104, 108-9, 113n63,67
  AQC Database No. 4860


Britannia L.139, Sheffield 101:20, 221
  AQC Database No. 4861


Britannia L.139, Sheffield, (1765) [PGL] 98:169
  AQC Database No. 4862


Britannia L.139, Sheffield 95:93, 113, 225
  AQC Database No. 4863


Britannia L.139, Sheffield, (1761) 93:143, 148, 156, 182
  AQC Database No. 4864


Britannia L.139, Sheffield 91:123
  AQC Database No. 4865


Britannia L.139, Sheffield 90:5n, 22, 28, 30n6, 31n17, 155 bis, 157, 158-9, 164
  AQC Database No. 4866


Britannia L.139, Sheffield, formerly L.85* [AGL] (A) and L.340* [PGL], (a 'Traditioner' lodge); See also: Antients L.72* [AGL] (William Cutler, first master of), amalgamated with Britannia (1797) (in AQC vol.45:308) 89:84
  AQC Database No. 4867


Britannia L.139, Sheffield, (1761) [PGL] 87:197-8, 202
  AQC Database No. 4868


Britannia L.139, Sheffield, its candidates' vigil 84:170-1; its Deacons replaced by Stewards 171
  AQC Database No. 4869


Britannia L.139, Sheffield, is T.B. [TB] 83:140
  AQC Database No. 4870


Britannia L.139, Sheffield 81:143
  AQC Database No. 4871


Britannia L.139, Sheffield, and the Antient Lodges, L.72*/L.75* [AGL], later L.85* [AGL] and L.340* [PGL] (1765), and as Britannia L.189* [PGL] (1795) 74:107; A History of Britannia Lodge (1961) (Clarke, Joseph Ryle), reviewed (Grantham) 50-1
  AQC Database No. 4872


Britannia L.139, Sheffield, (Flather, David) The Tracing Boards of the Britannia L.139 [TB] (Sheffield) 54:228-30
  AQC Database No. 4873


Britannia L.843 (G), Bielefeld (Germany) 83:282, 285, 293; its crest 293
  AQC Database No. 4874


Britannia Lodge and Temple No.10, Sheffield (Swedenborgian Rite) 108:132
  AQC Database No. 4875


Britannia Lodge (1808-15?), Cartagena, Colombia 104:169
  AQC Database No. 4876


Britannia Royal Arch Chapter, (the Paradise Ch.139) [RA] (EC), Sheffield 90:27, 31n17
  AQC Database No. 4877


Britannia Lodge, Provincial No.1 (L.1) Cartagena, Colombia 89:93, 94, 96
  AQC Database No. 4878


Britannic L.9 (GLNF), Paris 101:98
  AQC Database No. 4879


Britannic L.29* [PGL], Star-and-garter Tavern, Pall-mall (London), now L.33, their Hall Medal (1783) 82:30 bis; three chairs of 42
  AQC Database No. 4880


Britannic L.33, London; See also: L.75* (1730) [PGL] (in AQC vol.8:208) 104:55
  AQC Database No. 4881


Britannic L.33, London 93:32
  AQC Database No. 4882


Britannic L.33, London (1730-1930) 92:132, 137-8n7, 143
  AQC Database No. 4883


Britannic L.33, London (1799) 89:207
  AQC Database No. 4884


Britannic L.33, Coustos a member of (1730) 81:11
  AQC Database No. 4885


Britannic L.33, London (1730-1930), (L.75*) [PGL], Two hundred years of Freemasonry: A History of the Britannic Lodge No.33. (1930) (Sanderson, William), reviewed (Songhurst) 42:121-125
  AQC Database No. 4886


Britannic L.423*, Whitby 90:161-2
  AQC Database No. 4887


British 20th Regiment 107:86
  AQC Database No. 4888


British and Forign Bible Society [VSL] 106:91
  AQC Database No. 4889


British Army L.58 [PGL], in Boston (1768), and Royal Arch Masonry to (USA), [RA] & [KT] 107:224-5, 322
  AQC Database No. 4890


British Circle of the Universal Bond (Druids) 100:125
  AQC Database No. 4891


British Colonist, The (1858) (British Columbia, Canada), on the first masonic meeting 84:217
  AQC Database No. 4892


British Columbia (Canada), a 'silent tyler' in 90:206
  AQC Database No. 4893


British Columbia (Canada), Grand Lodge of (1871), Vancouver; See: Web Homepage from; <http://www.pacific-online.com/bc-freemasonry/> (1998), or via; Canada, Grand Lodges, "Freem@sonry" Web Site (Official WWW Grand lodge including District Grand Lodges Directory) <http://www.chaumont.com/GrandLodges.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 4894


British Columbia (Canada), Grand Lodge of (1871); See: Recognized the Prince Hall Grand Lodges [PH] (USA)/(Canada) as 'regular' (1990s)!, Paul M. Bessel; <http://www.geocities.com/athens/1799/pha.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 4895


British Columbia (Canada), Grand Lodge of (1871), its Bulletin with questions and quiz-box 87:212-13
  AQC Database No. 4896


British Columbia (Canada), Grand Lodge of (1871), its Bulletin (1952) 86:271
  AQC Database No. 4897


British Columbia (Canada), Freemasonry in 84:217-19; Grand Lodge of (1871) 217-9 passim; See: <http://pasific-online.com/bc-freemasonry> (1997)
  AQC Database No. 4898


British Communist Party, its ritual 100:101
  AQC Database No. 4899


British Freemasons in Germany, Grand Lodge of (GL BFG)/(GLBFG) (1970), (VGLvD) (G); See: Germany, Grand Lodges, "Freem@sonry" Web Site (Official WWW Grand lodge including District Grand Lodges Directory) <http://www.chaumont.com/GrandLodges.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 4900


British Freemasons, Representative (1915), with (276 biographies) and (180 photograph), used by Peabody & Rizopoulos 107:149
  AQC Database No. 4901


British Guiana, now republic of Guyana (1966), 'The Early Years of Dutch and English Freemasonry in' (Radzik-Sochacki) 109:256-7
  AQC Database No. 4902


British Institute of Undertakers (founded Sherry, 1898) 108:20
  AQC Database No. 4903


British Journal, The (16 Feb., 1723) 107:42
  AQC Database No. 4904


British Journal, The (1730), q. 81:96
  AQC Database No. 4905


British L.4* (1745), (L.6*) (1722) [PGL], now L.8 [UGL] 87:262-3
  AQC Database No. 4906


British L.6* (1722/3) [PGL], now L.8 [UGL], held its meetings in Tom's Coffee House in Clare Street, London; See also: Henry Sadler on only four lodges have survived for over 200 years (in AQC vol.37:53) 107:44, 46n5
  AQC Database No. 4907


British L.8, (L.6*) (1722) [PGL], (a 'Red Apron' Stewards Lodge) 98:219
  AQC Database No. 4908


British L.8, (L.6*) (1722) [PGL], (a 'Red Apron' Stewards Lodge) 91:184, 195, 196
  AQC Database No. 4909


British L.8, (L.6*) (1722) [PGL], its felonious Tyler 90:208
  AQC Database No. 4910


British L.8, (L.6*) (1722) [PGL], (L.4*), its Officers' jewels (Gold or Gilt Exemptions) (1745); See also: (in AQC vol.8:208) 87:262-3
  AQC Database No. 4911


British L.8, (L.6*) (1722) [PGL], John Philip Acklam, init. (1819) in 86:248n1
  AQC Database No. 4912


British L.8, (L.6*) (1722) [PGL], (1864/68) 85:256n2
  AQC Database No. 4913


British L.8, (L.6*) (1722) [PGL], (L.4*), Edward Newton+ (1901-1991), Master (WM) of (1966) 84:6 bis; and Gilkes 262-3, 271
  AQC Database No. 4914


British L.334, Cape Town/Wynberg 99:15-16
  AQC Database No. 4915


British L.334, Wynberg, South Africa, founded (1811) [PGL] 98:169
  AQC Database No. 4916


British L.334, Wynberg, South Africa, The British lodge, No.334, and English Freemasonry at Cape of Good Hope. (1937) (Cranstoun-Day, Thomas N.), reviewed (Vibert) 47:263-265
  AQC Database No. 4917


British L.3347, Capetown, South Africa 90:50
  AQC Database No. 4918


British Library MS. (12th-C.) Roger Hovedon's 'Chronica MS.' (BL. Royal 13.A.6), [BM] 103:13
  AQC Database No. 4919


British Library MS. 'BM Lansdowne 717' (1572) [D.d.2.?] by John Stow, [BM] 103:7, 18n20
  AQC Database No. 4920


British Library MS. 'BM Cotton Tiberius E.1' (mid-14th-C.) (St. Albans MS.), [BM] 102:193
  AQC Database No. 4921


British Library [BL], The, (Computer Data Access, @!) [BM], of the 'Beowulf' (MS.) (c.1000) 107:124, 149
  AQC Database No. 4922


British Library [BL] (BL), (at the 'British Museum' [BM] Library), London 94:107
  AQC Database No. 4923


British Library [BL] (BL), with the original Regius MS. (c.1390) [A.], (Bibl. Reg. 17.A.1) 88:17n1
  AQC Database No. 4924


British Mail, The (1890) q. 99:89
  AQC Database No. 4925


British Masonic Miscellany, Vol.18 (c.1930), ed. Martin, George M. (SC), with 'An Account of the Suffering of John Coustos in the Inquisition at Lisbon' 92:136
  AQC Database No. 4926


British Masonic Miscellany, Vol.1 (1935), ed. Martin, George M. (SC), with Baxter, Roderick H., translation of the 'Regius MS.' [A.] in 88:17n1
  AQC Database No. 4927


British Masonic Miscellany, Vol.4 (1935), ed. Martin, George M. (SC), analysis of the 'Heramic Drama' 87:77n1
  AQC Database No. 4928


British Masonic Miscellany, (Vol.) (c.1930/1935), ed. Martin, George M. (SC) 76:136
  AQC Database No. 4929


British Museum [BM], London; Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the British Museum (BM), (Marie Dorothy George) 107:41n1
  AQC Database No. 4930


British Museum [BM], London 102:216
  AQC Database No. 4931


British Museum [BM], London 94:212
  AQC Database No. 4932


British Museum [BM], The (BM)/(BL), London 89:7, 102, 116
  AQC Database No. 4933


British Museum [BM], its Masonic Hall Medal [PGL] (1780) 82:25n3
  AQC Database No. 4934


British Museum [BM], London, (Adams, Cecil Clare) its Masonic MSS., list of (1939) 52:271
  AQC Database No. 4935


British Museum [BM], London, (Hills, G.P.G.) Notes on the Rainsford Papers in the British Museum (MS.) 26:93-130, 117-18
  AQC Database No. 4936


British Museum [BM], London, (Andrew Oliver) British Museum MSS. relating to accounts of St. Paul's Cathedral 17:201-3
  AQC Database No. 4937


British Museum [BM], London, (Woodford, A.F.A.), Quatuor Coronati: the legend as given in the Arundel MS. (12th-C.), (now at British Museum) [BM]/(BM) 1:59-65
  AQC Database No. 4938


British Museum MSS. relating to accounts of St. Paul's Cathedral. (Andrew Oliver) 17:201-3
  AQC Database No. 4939


British Phænix, The (1762), Bucks songs 18:244
  AQC Database No. 4940


British Quarterly Review, The (1873) 99:184
  AQC Database No. 4941


British Royal Houses of Hanover and Saxe-Coburg, now the Royal House of Windsor 81:354; English Royal Freemasons 348-54
  AQC Database No. 4942


British Union L.114, Ipswich 101:219, 222
  AQC Database No. 4943


British Union L.114, Ipswich 90:112
  AQC Database No. 4944


British Union L.114, Ipswich, A History of the British Union Lodge (1962) (Watson, S.F.), reviewed (Rogers) 75:65
  AQC Database No. 4945


British Union L.114, Ipswich, A History of the British Union Lodge, No.114, Ipswich (1762-1962). (1962) (Watson, S.F.), reviewed (Rogers) 74:102-3
  AQC Database No. 4946


British Union L.114, Ipswich, The Minute Books, of British Union lodge No.114, Ipswich (1931), (Sadd, A. Harold & Martin, L.J.), reviewed (Vibert) 44:193-195
  AQC Database No. 4947


Brittain, William Henry, factory owner, petitioner on Frölich's list to form a Swedish Rite lodge in Sheffield (1869), [SKA] 109:108, 113n63
  AQC Database No. 4948


Britton, John (1771-1857), F.S.A., his edition (for the Wiltshire Topographical Society) of John Aubrey's; The Natural History of Wiltshire (1847); See also: his Autobiography (in AQC vol.29:348-367) 103:49
  AQC Database No. 4949


Britton, John (1771-1857), (Hills, G.P.G.) Side-lights on Freemasonry 30:256
  AQC Database No. 4950


Britton, John (1771-1857), (Hills, G.P.G.) Side-lights on Freemasonry 29:348-67
  AQC Database No. 4951


Brixham, (Crowe, F.J.W.) Freemasonry in Brixham, Devon (1781-1840) 8:57-71
  AQC Database No. 4952


Bro. Hughan at Home; in 'The Freemason' (3 Nov, 1888) 107:7n37
  AQC Database No. 4953


Broached Thurnel (or Ornel), i.e. a stone that had been 'broached' (pricked, indented, or furrowed), or 'broaching maul' i.e. a mallet or maul, in [MD] (1730) 84:319
  AQC Database No. 4954


Broached Thurnel, (Speth, G.W.) Broached Thurnel 12:205-6
  AQC Database No. 4955


Broad Ovall 84:318-19
  AQC Database No. 4956


Broadfoot Lecture (early 19th-C.) 95:48
  AQC Database No. 4957


Broadfoot, Philip, of the Reconciliation lodge (1813-16) 102:77, 88
  AQC Database No. 4958


Broadfoot, Philip, of the Reconciliation lodge (1813-16) 101:243
  AQC Database No. 4959


Broadfoot, Philip, G.Std.B., R.A. [RA] (1828) 95:48
  AQC Database No. 4960


Broadfoot, Philip & Walter, of Stability lodge (L.300) [AGL] (A) 94:209
  AQC Database No. 4961


Broadfoot, Philip 93:135-7, 151-2, 158-9, 162
  AQC Database No. 4962


Broadfoot, Philip, of Stability L.300 (A) init. (1810), and Lodge of Promulgation (1809-11) 90:164, 172
  AQC Database No. 4963


Broadfoot, Philip, his lectures 88:59, 63
  AQC Database No. 4964


Broadfoot, Philip 87:2, 165, 177, 180, 186, 188; his Lectures 180, 195; and Probity Lodge (L.61) 161-2n2, 165, 176-7, 180, 188, 197
  AQC Database No. 4965


Broadfoot, Philip, of 'Stability' 86:151-3 passim, 169, 260-1, 265 bis; his letters to Lodge of Probity (L.61) 147n7, 260
  AQC Database No. 4966


Broadfoot, Philip, and Stability Lodge of Instruction 84:273 bis, 274
  AQC Database No. 4967


Broadfoot, Philip, of Stability L.300 (A) init. (1810), (preceptor) 82:215
  AQC Database No. 4968


Broadfoot, Philip, first Preceptor of 'Stability Lodge of Instruction' (1817-1835) [UGL], London 33:165-6
  AQC Database No. 4969


Broadhurst, James, of L.348, and the Liverpool Rebellion [WGL] (1821) 85:37, 39, 45, 46, 52
  AQC Database No. 4970


Broadley, A.M.; History of Freemasonry in Malta (1880) 106:191
  AQC Database No. 4971


Broadley, A.M. (d.c.1917), masonic historian, his masonic library sold at auction (1917) 103:125
  AQC Database No. 4972


Broadley, A.M., on Waller Rodwell Wright (in AQC vol.85:157-8) q. 93:65
  AQC Database No. 4973


Broadley, A.M.; History of Freemasonry in Malta (1880) q. 91:61
  AQC Database No. 4974


Broadley, A.M.; History of Freemasonry in Malta (1880) 87:128, 128n4
  AQC Database No. 4975


Broadley, A.M.; History of Freemasonry in Malta (1880) 85:151-72 passim, 154n1, 157n4,8, 159n2, 160n1, 161n1, 166n6, 170n4; on Rite of Perfection, (Morin's Rite)!, Royal Arch as a degree of [RA], [A&ASR]? and 'Chevalier de l'Epée' and 'Chevalier de l'Orient' (French) (c.1800) [HG] 173-4; on Wright as Soverein of the Order of the Reed Cross [HG] 180-2 passim
  AQC Database No. 4976


Broadley, A.M.; History of Freemasonry in Malta (1880) 83:72n4, 79n2, 82n4, 87n4
  AQC Database No. 4977


Broadway, Richard; Solomon's Temple (oratorio, 1797) 93:27
  AQC Database No. 4978


Brockaway, Chas. A. (USA), (J.E.S. Tuckett), Origin of Additional Degrees 'Le Frère Amèricain', France 33:78
  AQC Database No. 4979


Brockbank, George Parker (d.1888), member of the 'Swedenborgian Rite' (UK), and Yarker (1887) 108:138n35, 140
  AQC Database No. 4980


Brockbank, George Parker (d.1888), Past G.Std.B [UGL], his Obituary 1:189-90; History of St. John's L.221, Bolton (1880), History of Anchor and Hope L.37, Bolton (1882), (with J. Newton) 189-90
  AQC Database No. 4981


Brockbank, George Parker & J. Newton; Revised History of Anchor and Hope Lodge (1732), Bolton. (1896), (L.37 and L.39), reviewed 10:39
  AQC Database No. 4982


Brocklebank, F.W.; Rosicrucianism and its connection with Freemasonry (in Transactions, vol.I, Manchester Association for Masonic Research) (L.5502) 100:20n16
  AQC Database No. 4983


Brockville, Upper Canada, L.489* (1796-1863) at 95:78
  AQC Database No. 4984


Brodie (Brody), William, and the Decreet Arbitral 85:235, 237
  AQC Database No. 4985


Brodie, Very Rev. Sir Israel, Past G.Chap., Newcastle 100:234
  AQC Database No. 4986


Brodie, Very Rev. Sir Israel, Past G.Chap. (1954) 92:36, 50, 58
  AQC Database No. 4987


Brodsky, Michel L.+ (b.1924), 'The Religious Sources of Freemasonry' (An attempt to assemble disassembled elements, of pre-1717); See also: 'Some thoughts on the origin of speculative Masonry' (Dyer) (in AQC Vol.95:120-169) 111:C1-20
  AQC Database No. 4988


Brodsky, Michel L.+ (b.1924), obtaining French records 109:iii, 15, 16n16, 17, 43, 58, 68, 166, 185; 'Breaking the Ring' (in AQC vol.108:1-10) 260; on 'Freemasonry, Hermetic Thought and the Royal Society of London' 166-8; on 'The Strict Observance' [OS] 43, 58-9
  AQC Database No. 4989


Brodsky, Michel L.+ (b.1924), Belgium, Master (WM) of Q.C. L.2076 (1994) 108:1, 8-9, 10, 28, 46, 59n7, 77, 97, 107, 119-20, 148, 231, 247; (Inaugural Address) 'Breaking the Ring', the essential nature of Freemasonry, 'Gnothi Seauton' (Know Thyself) 1-8; on 'Chaos out of Order' (Gilbert) 140; on 'Death and the Freemason' 27; English Freemasonry in Europe 1717-1919. (Prestonian Lecture) (1994) [PL], [OS]/[RER] 9, 102; G.Tyler and Grand Librarian (Belgium) 9; on 'The Influence of the Prince of Wales' (Khambatta) 107; on 'The Origin of Species' (Sandbach) 61; The Regular Freemason (in AQC vol.106:103-28) 107n12
  AQC Database No. 4990


Brodsky, Michel L.+ (b.1924) 107:126; on 'The Portraits of the Quatuor Coronati L.2076' 141, 153; on 'The Hudibrastic Poem of 1723' 33; on 'Confession of a Cowan' 58; on 'Anti-Masonry in Japan' 109
  AQC Database No. 4991


Brodsky, Michel L.+ (b.1924), on 'The Power of Freemasonry' (Batham) 106:26-9, 59; on 'The Power of Persuasion' (Vieler) 66, 87; on 'Pure and Accepted Masonry' (Daniel) 101; 'The Regular Freemason; A short history of Masonic Regularity' 103-28; 'Eugene Goblet d'Alviella+ (in AQC vol.100:72) 117n34, 125; English Freemasonry in Europe 1717-1919. (Prestonian Lecturer) (1994) [PL]; See also: Collected Prestonian Lectures, 1988-1996. (1997) (QCCC/AQC) (Vol.4) [OS]/[RER] 127; ban on government of the Craft by a Supreme Council [A&ASR] (or equivalent body) (1929) [UGL], not applied in Scandinavia [SKA] 127
  AQC Database No. 4992


Brodsky, Michel L.+ (b.1924), on 'Do you submit to?' (Mendoza) 105:38-40, 46-7; on 'The Education of an 18th-C. Masonic Author' (Stewart) 86, 89-90; on 'The Folger MS.' (Morris) 118
  AQC Database No. 4993


Brodsky, Michel L.+ (b.1924) 104:128; on 'Anti-Masonry' (Litvine) 132-3, 136; on 'The Church of Rome' (Read) 77-8, 90, 92
  AQC Database No. 4994


Brodsky, Michel L.+ (b.1924) 103:135; on 'The District Grand Lodge of the Punjab' (Khambatta) 73, 77; on 'Further Views' (Markham) 105-7, 121; on 'The G.L. of England' (Batham) 49; on 'The Role of Bibliography' (Gilbert) 139-40, 147-8
  AQC Database No. 4995


Brodsky, Michel L.+ (b.1924) 102:49; 'Some Reflections on the Origins of the Royal Arch' 98-133, q.214, on 'Crucefix' (Sandbach) 159, 161; on 'Masonry Universal' (Beresiner) 51, 58
  AQC Database No. 4996


Brodsky, Michel L.+ (b.1924) 101:259-60; on 'Early Freemasonry in Bordeaux' (Bernheim) 125-8, 129-32
  AQC Database No. 4997


Brodsky, Michel L.+ (b.1924) 100:vii; 'Eugéne Goblet d'Alviella+, Freemason and Statesman' (Belgium) 61-87; on 'Characteristics' (Markham) 155-6, 161
  AQC Database No. 4998


Brodsky, Michel L.+ (b.1924), 'Why was the Craft De-Christianized?' 99:151-66
  AQC Database No. 4999


Brodsky, Michel L.+ (b.1924), on 'The Deacons' (Bruce) 98:176-7, 179
  AQC Database No. 5000


Brodsky, Michel L.+ (b.1924), (Belgium) q. 97:46
  AQC Database No. 5001


Brodsky, Michel L.+ (b.1924), on Quatuor Coronati Festival (Belgium), his letter q. 89:273
  AQC Database No. 5002


Broederband, L.17 de, (South Africa), Pretoria 97:28
  AQC Database No. 5003


Broeke, Anthony Ten, jewel presented to, by the Caledonian L.325* (now L.134), when he was Master (WM) (1766/68) 108:204
  AQC Database No. 5004


Broked Mall, or 'broad ovall' in the Chetwode Crawley MS. (c.1700) [Catechism], scottish ritual 84:319
  AQC Database No. 5005


Bromehead, William (South Africa) 93:55
  AQC Database No. 5006


Bromley & District Times, The (26 April, 1901), R.F. Gould 'In Memoriam, George William Speth' 107:6n20
  AQC Database No. 5007


Bromley, Henry (Anthony Wilson); Catalogue of Engraved English Portraits (1793) 88:81-2
  AQC Database No. 5008


Bromwell, Henry P.H. (1823-1903), GM (USA) Illinois (1864), (Gould, R.F.) Three Great Masonic Lights 16:105-11; Restorations of Masonic Geometry and Symbolry (1891) 107-109
  AQC Database No. 5009


Bromyard, J.; 'Summa Predecantium' quoted in; Death in the Middle Ages (1972) (Boase, T.S.R.) 108:26n
  AQC Database No. 5010


Brontë, Rev. Patrick (1777-1861) 105:86, 89-90
  AQC Database No. 5011


Brook, Barry (musicologist) 94:64
  AQC Database No. 5012


Brook, G.B., Fortwilliam, its historical and Masonic associations (The Early Days of L.43, Fortwilliam) 37:291-4
  AQC Database No. 5013


Brook-Hills MS. (c.1710) [D.g.46.] (Harris Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 96:107-9
  AQC Database No. 5014


Brook-Hills MS. (c.1710) [D.g.46.] (Harris Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 90:186
  AQC Database No. 5015


Brook-Hills MS. (c.1710) [D.g.46.] (Harris Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family), at the Library of [UGL], London 52:272
  AQC Database No. 5016


Brooke, Christopher, historian 95:164
  AQC Database No. 5017


Brooke, Raymond F., GM (IC), Ireland (1948-64) 96:133
  AQC Database No. 5018


Brookhouse, John Charles, SW of L.2693 (1912), The Good Samaritans or Ark Masons in politics: with a note on some of their members (incl. Ebenezer Sibley) 24:81-106
  AQC Database No. 5019


Brookhouse, John Charles, The Antient and Honorable Order of Bucks 21:66
  AQC Database No. 5020


Brookhouse, John Charles, The Antient and Honorable Order of Bucks 20:369-71
  AQC Database No. 5021


Brooks, A.D.; History of the Howe Lodge No.587, Birmingham. (1901), (L.587/L.857*) (1851-1901), reviewed 14:87
  AQC Database No. 5022


Brooks, John (Mason), candidate for Governor of Massachusetts (1816) (USA) 84:225
  AQC Database No. 5023


Broomfield, Harry L., on 'Further Views' (Markham) 103:118; See also: (in AQC vol.102:251-2) 123
  AQC Database No. 5024


Broomfield, Harry L., on 'Characteristics and Origins in Early Freemasonry' (Markham, A.G.) (in AQC vol.100:131-63) 102:251-2
  AQC Database No. 5025


Brother Moses Mendez, Grand Steward (1738) (J.P. Simpson) 18:104-9
  AQC Database No. 5026


Brother William Preston: an illustration of the man, his methods and his work. (G.P.G. Hills) 41:163-84
  AQC Database No. 5027


Brotherly Love, in early catechisms 83:353-4
  AQC Database No. 5028


Brotherly Love, L.55* of (1736-89) 89:75
  AQC Database No. 5029


Brotherly Love, L.329 of, Yeovil 100:7, 30
  AQC Database No. 5030


Brotherly Love, L.329 of, Yeovil 90:118
  AQC Database No. 5031


Brotherly Love, L.329 of, Yeovil 85:286
  AQC Database No. 5032


Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth 89:198, 204
  AQC Database No. 5033


Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth 85:321
  AQC Database No. 5034


Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth, explanations of, compared 84:132-3
  AQC Database No. 5035


Brotherly Love, Royal Arch Ch.329 of, Yeovil 94:8, 10-12, 14
  AQC Database No. 5036


Brothers of (Swastika), Order of the; See also: Fratres Lucis 85:258-60, 260n1
  AQC Database No. 5037


Brough, Bennett-Hooper, An Austrian precursor of the Q.C. Lodge 14:58
  AQC Database No. 5038


Brough, Bennett-Hooper, An Austrian precursor of the Q.C. Lodge 13:72-6
  AQC Database No. 5039


Brougham, Lord, M.P., personal enemy of Lord Durham, John George Lambton (Radical Jack), and the Reform Act (1830s) 109:141
  AQC Database No. 5040


Brouncker, Viscount (fl.1660s), first permanent President, Royal Society (RS), London 109:164, 178
  AQC Database No. 5041


Brouwer, Fop I., of the Netherlands 95:172
  AQC Database No. 5042


Brown, A. Stuart, The Lodge of Minorcan Heroes (L.4*?). And the notice in the 'Norwich Mercury' (1757) 71:112-14; connected with the story of Admiral John Byng and the Island of Minorca, at the 'Seven Years War' (1756) 113
  AQC Database No. 5043


Brown, A. Stuart, The Gregorians in Norfolk (1749-1797) 69:127-32; Scald Miserable Masons, in 'Norwich Mercury' (1744) 132-3; Beeton, Mrs. (1717-1802), Norwich, in the 'Norfolk Chronicle' (1802), called the woman 'Free-Mason', for having concealed herself at a lodge meeting! 134; Gustavus Katterfelto, Mason and magician, in Norwich (1785) 136-8
  AQC Database No. 5044


Brown, Admiral William (b.1777), and the Argentin Navy (Levi-Castillo) 95:218
  AQC Database No. 5045


Brown, Admiral William (b.1777), of the Argentin Navy, his Lodge on the brig 'Hercules', and his capture and Masonic rescue in Guayaquil (1816) (Levi-Castillo) 92:16-24
  AQC Database No. 5046


Brown, Alexander Burnett (d.1948), as Grand Superintendant of Works [UGL] (1906-1933), Provincial GM (Middlesex) (1936) 108:114
  AQC Database No. 5047


Brown, Arthur; The fourth Gospel and the Eighteenth Degree (1956), (VSL) (18() [A&ASR], reviewed 69:139
  AQC Database No. 5048


Brown/Colvin/Taylor; The History of the King's works (1963), (in the Middle-Ages), reviewed (Carr) 76:163-164
  AQC Database No. 5049


Brown, Dr. M.P., (BL) 108:232; A Guide to Western Historical Scripts from Antiquity to 1600. (1990) 232
  AQC Database No. 5050


Brown, George (fl.1798) 94:172
  AQC Database No. 5051


Brown, Harry (d.1909), 'Notes concerning the Masons' Guild and the Marquis of Granby L.124 of Freemasons in the City of Durham' (in AQC vol.22:19-34) 109:131
  AQC Database No. 5052


Brown, Harry (d.1909) 22:227; Notes concerning the Masons' Guild and the Marquis of Granby Lodge of Freemasons in the City of Durham 19-34
  AQC Database No. 5053


Brown, Harvey N. (USA) 101:146
  AQC Database No. 5054


Brown, Henry (USA); Narrative of the Antimasonic Excitement (Batavia, N.Y.), (1829) (USA) 106:134, 137
  AQC Database No. 5055


Brown, Henry (USA) 105:221; Narrative of the Anti-Masonic Excitement (1829) 218
  AQC Database No. 5056


Brown, Houston Rigg, Deputy GM [ROS] (1843-56), and the Royal Order of Scotland 90:252
  AQC Database No. 5057


Brown, Jeremiah, stage driver at William Morgan' (affair) journey (1826) (USA) 106:132
  AQC Database No. 5058


Brown, John H., GM (USA) Kansas (1868-70), charter member of Royal Solomon Mother L.293 (Canada), Jerusalem (1873) 91:231
  AQC Database No. 5059


Brown, Mrs. Lynne, Open University Tutor and Counsellor, acknowledgment for assistance, by Michael Spurr to 109:15
  AQC Database No. 5060


Brown, Nigel D., 'The Plants and Animals of Freemasonry' 104:216-21
  AQC Database No. 5061


Brown, Patrick (Lisbon) 84:80-1, 85-6, 96-7, 99, 101; statement by 90-2
  AQC Database No. 5062


Brown, R.; Combermere Lodge of Union, L.295, Macclesfield (1793-1893). (1893), reviewed 7:27
  AQC Database No. 5063


Brown, Richard H., "A Charge at the Closing of the Lodge" 83:369-70; on "Preston's Second Lecture" (James) 241-2, 247
  AQC Database No. 5064


Brown, Sir John, petitioner on Frölich's list to form a Swedish Rite lodge in Sheffield (1869), [SKA] 109:108
  AQC Database No. 5065


Brown, Sir Thomas (1605-1682), Platonist (on witchcraft and christianity/religion) 109:175; Religio Medici (1666) 175; Sir Thomas Browne - The Major Works (1977) (Patrides, C.A.) 175
  AQC Database No. 5066


Brown, T.H., of L.513 (SC), Grand Lodge of New South Wales (NSW) (1877), Australia 84:11
  AQC Database No. 5067


Brown, W.S. (PM of L.902), and Board of Installed Masters (WM) (1926), (Extended working) q. 84:42
  AQC Database No. 5068


Brown, William Adrian; Facts, fables and fantasies of Freemasonry (1993) (USA), reviewed (Rizopoulos) 106:252-153
  AQC Database No. 5069


Brown, William Mosely, GM (USA), Virginia (1934), his visit to to the QCCC office (1934) 107:4, 7n27; Highlights of Templar History (1944) [KT] 227
  AQC Database No. 5070


Brown, William Moseley (USA), and J. Raymond Shute re-established the [RER], in North Carolina (1934) 105:96
  AQC Database No. 5071


Brown, William Mosely (USA) 99:97, 101
  AQC Database No. 5072


Brown, William Moseley (USA) 95:188n31
  AQC Database No. 5073


Brown, William Mosely, GM (USA), Virginia (1934); Freemasonry in Virginia (1936), reviewed (Tatsch) 46:461-2
  AQC Database No. 5074


Browne, C.M., and the Nigerian Ritual (1939) 86:166
  AQC Database No. 5075


Browne, George A., (Kent, E.A.) Royal Arch Masonry: the present-day Ritual (1933) [RA] 46:222-4
  AQC Database No. 5076


Browne, James, his portrait by F. Kapp, in (The Indian Freemason, vol.2 No.18, 1895), India 107:141
  AQC Database No. 5077


Browne, John Herbert, of All Souls L.226, Weymouth (1809) 93:190-1, 193
  AQC Database No. 5078


Browne, John 105:1-3; his portrait 15; Masonic Master-Key through the three degrees by way of polyglot (Ritual) (cipher) (MS.) 1-18, 1st edn. (1798) 1-3, 15-16, 2nd edn. (1802) 3-10, 13-14, 17; tracing-board designs [TB] 6, 13-14, 18
  AQC Database No. 5079


Browne, John; Masonic Master-Key through the three degrees by way of polyglot (Ritual) (MS.), (1st ed., 1798) 102:64, 96, 108; (2nd ed., 1802) 64, 66-7, 75-6, 78, 96-7; cf. Finch's Lectures 69-71, 81-5, cf. post-Union changes 85-8; cf. 'Three Distinct Knocks' [TDK] 67-9
  AQC Database No. 5080


Browne, John; The History of the Metropolitan Church of St. Peter, York (1847) 99:224
  AQC Database No. 5081


Browne, John; Masonic Master-Key through the three degrees by way of polyglot (Ritual) (MS.) (2nd ed., 1802) 97:52, 53, 57, 155, 193
  AQC Database No. 5082


Browne, John; Masonic Master Key through the three degrees by way of polyglot (Ritual) (MS.) (2nd ed., 1802) 94:247 bis
  AQC Database No. 5083


Browne, John; Masonic Master Key through the three degrees by way of polyglot (Ritual) (MS.) 93:131, 137, 139, 149, 162, 165
  AQC Database No. 5084


Browne, John; Masonic Master Key through the three degrees by way of polyglot (Ritual) (MS.) (1st ed., 1798)/(2nd ed., 1802) 91:162
  AQC Database No. 5085


Browne, John; Masonic Master Key through the three degrees by way of polyglot (Ritual) (MS.) (1798, 1802) 89:2, 108, 197-8, 272
  AQC Database No. 5086


Browne, John; Masonic Master Key through the three degrees by way of polyglot (Ritual) (MS.) (1798, 1802) 88:55-6, 59-61, 63, 64n6
  AQC Database No. 5087


Browne, John; Masonic Master Key through the three degrees by way of polyglot (Ritual) (MS.) (1798) 87:121 bis, 160-4, 170-3, 183, 186-7, 195-9
  AQC Database No. 5088


Browne, John 86:145, 164; Masonic Master Key through the three degrees by way of polyglot (Ritual) (MS.) (1798) 148n4,5, 174-5, 277, 344
  AQC Database No. 5089


Browne, John; Masonic Master Key through the three degrees by way of polyglot (Ritual) (MS.) (1798) q. 85:369, 370; ibid. (2nd ed.) (1802) 364
  AQC Database No. 5090


Browne, John; Masonic Master Key through the three degrees by way of polyglot (Ritual) (MS.) (1798) 83:235
  AQC Database No. 5091


Browne, John, printer and publisher of the cypher ritual 'Masonic Master-Key through the Three Degrees (1798) (The Master Key), and printer of Lodge certificates [PGL] 82:187, 196; See also: of L.60 [PGL], Snowhill, London (in AQC vol.45:90-6)
  AQC Database No. 5092


Browne, John; Masonic Master-Key through the three degrees by way of polyglot (Ritual) (MS.) (1798) 81:176, 177
  AQC Database No. 5093


Browne, John, (Cartwright, E.H.) A Note on Browne's Master-Key (1798) 45:90-6
  AQC Database No. 5094


Browne, Joseph, Esq., JGW (1795) and SGW [AGL] (1796), of L.5 (A), his Atholl Medal 31:5-6; at the Constitution of L.300* [AGL] (1797), later L.217 of Stability 6; and L.304* and L.305* (now St. Andrew's L.222) 6
  AQC Database No. 5095


Browne, Lewis; The Graphic Bible. [VSL] 87:211
  AQC Database No. 5096


Browne, Patrick, a ship's Captain, and the Portuguese Inquisition (R.C.) (1743) 82:94, 95, 99
  AQC Database No. 5097


Browne, Rev. C.G., 'Yowte Brethren' and 'Derivation of Trade Names' (Notes on 'Free and Freemason') 10:155
  AQC Database No. 5098


Browne, Rev. George Adam, Provincial GM, Cambridge (1825-43) 108:193
  AQC Database No. 5099


Browne, Rev. George Adam, Provincial GM, Cambridge (1825-43) 99:161
  AQC Database No. 5100


Browne, Rev. George Adam, Provincial GM, Cambridge (1825-43) 98:7, 10-11, 150; and Belzoni 6-7
  AQC Database No. 5101


Browne, Rev. George Adam, Provincial GM, Cambridge (1825-43) 97:58-9
  AQC Database No. 5102


Browne, Rev. George Adam, Provincial GM, Cambridge (1825-43), and R.A. ritual [RA] 96:53, 57, 59
  AQC Database No. 5103


Browne, Rev. George Adam, Provincial GM, Cambridge (1825-43) 95:42
  AQC Database No. 5104


Browne, Rev. George Adam, Provincial GM, Cambridge (1825-43), and the R.A. ritual [RA] 91:216
  AQC Database No. 5105


Browne, Rev. George Adam, Provincial GM, Cambridgeshire (1825-43) 89:274; his insertions in Wright's MSS. (1810) (Lectures, Lodge of Promulgation) 200-1
  AQC Database No. 5106


Browne, Rev. George Adam, Provincial GM, Cambridgeshire (1825-43), "... and the 1834/5 Revision of the Royal Arch Ritual" [RA] (Mendoza) 88:32-49, 215, 218; his biography 32-6, as 'Grand Orator' R.A. (1813) [RA] 36; his masonic career 36-9; his portrait 35
  AQC Database No. 5107


Browne, Rev. George Adam, Provincial GM, Cambridge (1825-43), and the R.A. [RA] 87:4, 12
  AQC Database No. 5108


Browne, Rev. George Adam, Provincial GM, Cambridge (1825-43), and the Platonic Bodies 86:331
  AQC Database No. 5109


Browne, Rev. George Adam, and the R.A. Ritual Committee (1834), [RA] 81:359
  AQC Database No. 5110


Browne, Robert (1550-1633), English clergyman, founded the 'Brownist' sect (c.1580) 106:29
  AQC Database No. 5111


Browne, Sir Thomas; Hydriotaphia, or Urne Burial (Urn burial) (n.d.) 108:32; Religio Medici (1643), (1894) 27n, 32
  AQC Database No. 5112


Browne, Sir Thomas; Religio Medici (1643) q. 97:194
  AQC Database No. 5113


Brownhill, James, and the Decreet Arbitral 85:236 bis, 237
  AQC Database No. 5114


Browning, Robert (1812-89), poet; Men and Women (n.d.), the Bishop Orders his tomb at St. Praxed's Church 108:39
  AQC Database No. 5115


Browning, Robert (1812-89), poet 101:4
  AQC Database No. 5116


Browning, Robert (1812-89), poet 100:253
  AQC Database No. 5117


Brownrigg, Very Rev. John Studholme, P.G.Chap. [UGL], Supreme Council [A&ASR] (EC) 106:84
  AQC Database No. 5118


Brownrigg, Very Rev. John Studholme (fl.1781) 104:225
  AQC Database No. 5119


Brownsover church, near Rugby, builders' rite 89:141-2
  AQC Database No. 5120


Browring, Josiah, his Third Degree (3() tracing board [TB], for the St. George's and Corner Stone Lodge (1817) (now L.5), and the Lodge of Honor and Generosity (1819) (now L.165), and Lodge of Emulation (c.1820) (now L.21) 82:215
  AQC Database No. 5121


Bruce, Alexander, 2nd Earl of Kincardine, founder member of the Royal Society (1660) F.R.S (RS), his son member of the Dunfermline Lodge (1698) 109:159-60, 163-4, 165n38, 169, 181
  AQC Database No. 5122


Bruce, Alexander, 2nd Earl of Kancardine (d.1680), at Culross, (RS) (1663) 106:166-7
  AQC Database No. 5123


Bruce, Alexander, 3rd Earl of Kancardine, sold the Culross Estate to Dundonald (1700) 106:166
  AQC Database No. 5124


Bruce, Edward, 1st Earl of Kancardine (1647), at Culross (Scotland) 106:166
  AQC Database No. 5125


Bruce, Eli (fl.1827), and the Morgan affair (USA) 105:225-6
  AQC Database No. 5126


Bruce, Lord, GMM (SC), Forword to; The Minutes of the Lodge of Edinburgh (Mary's Chapel) No.1. (1962) (Dashwood & Carr), L.1 (SC) 75:62
  AQC Database No. 5127


Bruce Oliver Ritual, the, (early 19th-C.) short PM degree (WM), Prince Adoniram degree [RA] 91:148
  AQC Database No. 5128


Bruce, Robert I (1274-1329), King of Scotland (1306-1329), his Bannockburn battel (1313); See: Legend for the 'Rosy Cross' and the 2nd degree of [ROS], alleged protector of fleeing Knights Templar assuming the guise of freemasons! [KT]
  AQC Database No. 5129


Bruce, Sheriff Eli, of the Morgan affair (1826), Lockport (USA) 106:132-3
  AQC Database No. 5130


Bruce, Sinclair+ (1915-1989) 101:249; his obituary (Read) 262; on 'The Sins of our Masonic Fathers' (Hamill) 139-40, 155
  AQC Database No. 5131


Bruce, Sincl air+ (1915-1989), 'The Deacons' (Prestonian Lecture) (1985) [PL] 98:143-79, 223
  AQC Database No. 5132


Bruce, Sinclair+ (1915-1989), PAGDC (1977) [UGL] 96:57
  AQC Database No. 5133


Bruce, William, architect 101:165
  AQC Database No. 5134


Bruderkette (Chain of Brotherhood), practised in continental lodges, Swedish [SKA] and Schröder (JLF) Rite 87:54, 65
  AQC Database No. 5135


Bruderkette zur Stärke und Schönheit, L.331 (Germany), Saarbrücken 99:235
  AQC Database No. 5136


Bruders, Loge zu den drei, (Warsaw) 109:33
  AQC Database No. 5137


Bruhl Count Alois F. (fl.1767, Warsaw) 104:206
  AQC Database No. 5138


Brulé, J.T. (Masonic victim of Inquisition), Lisbon (1744) 81:13, 29, 39 bis, 51, 83
  AQC Database No. 5139


Brunel L.7356, Bristol 100:263
  AQC Database No. 5140


Brunelleschi, Phillipo (1377-1446), architect 106:36
  AQC Database No. 5141


Brunelleschi, Phillipo (1377-1446), Florence, (considered the first Renaissance architect) 82:36, 50
  AQC Database No. 5142


Brunes, Tons Jean (Brunés) (b.1918), (DDFO) [SKA]; The Secrets of Ancient Geometry and Its Use. (1967), (from the temples of ancient Egypt and Greece), reviewed (Heath, Rev. A.C.) 79:256-263
  AQC Database No. 5143


Bruno, Giordano (1548-1600), Italian Hermetic philosopher, burned at the stake (1600) 106:167
  AQC Database No. 5144


Bruno, Giordano (1548-1600), philosopher (follower of Cornelius Agrippa), visited London and Oxford (1585) 95:137
  AQC Database No. 5145


Bruno, Giordano (1548-1600), philosopher 87:28; burned as a heretic by the Inquisition (1600) (R.C.) 28n3
  AQC Database No. 5146


Brunsberg, Conrad von, Great Prior of Germany, Order of St. Jean de Jérusalem, and the Spiritual Knights of L'Île Verte, Strasbourg (c.1360) [KH]? 106:259
  AQC Database No. 5147


Brunswick (Germany), Prince Frederick initiated in (1738) (later, King Frederick II, The Great), Germany/Prussia 109:10, 16n19; English Lodges warranted via Hamburg in (1744) 11
  AQC Database No. 5148


Brunswick (Germany), the two Craft Lodges at, 'St. Charles de la Constance' and 'Jonathan zu den drei Säule' refused to join the [OS] system, closed by the reigning Duke and his brother Duke Friedrich, and replaced by a Scottish Rectified Lodge 'Zur gekrönten Säule' (1773) [RER] 109:33, 48n98
  AQC Database No. 5149


Brunswick, Convent at (1776), presided over by Prince Friedrich of Brunswick, as 'Eques a Victoria' [OS], to judge the reality of von Hund's supposed powers, and the question of the 'Clerks/Clerical Branch' (Starck) and 'Pactum Fondamentale' moved to Brunswick, von Hund's moral credit exposed and participation in [OS] ended, but scandal avoided 109:35-6, 48n104-10
  AQC Database No. 5150


Brunswick, Convent at (1777), by the 23 'loges écossaies', to bring about a reconciliation between different groups of Strict Observance (German) [OS] Lodges, then assuming the name of United Lodges of Germany (Loges réunies d'Allemagne) 83:261, 261n1
  AQC Database No. 5151


Brunswick, Ferdinand, Duke of (1721-1792), GM [OS] (1776-82/92) [RER], Germany, (Eq. a Victoria), Great Prior [RER], convoked the Wilhelmsbad Convent (1782) 68:86
  AQC Database No. 5152


Brunswick, Ferdinand, Duke of (1721-1792), GM [OS] (1776-82/92) [RER], Germany 92:89, 97n10
  AQC Database No. 5153


Brunswick, Ferdinand, Duke of (1721-1792), GM [OS] (1776-82/92) [RER], Germany, (Ferdinand of Braunschweig Lüneburg-Wolfenbüttel), brother-in-law to Frederick the Great (Germany) and to King Frederik V (Denmark) [SKA] 90:62, 278
  AQC Database No. 5154


Brunswick, Ferdinand, Duke of (1721-1792), GM [OS] (1776-82/92) [RER], Strict Observance (Germany), as patron for G.E. Lessing, and the Wolfenbuttel Library 88:100, 101
  AQC Database No. 5155


Brunswick, Ferdinand, Duke of (1721-1792), (Ferdinand of Braunschweig-Lüneburg-Wolfenbüttel), init. Frederick the Great Lodge (1740) (Berlin), Provincial GM [PGL] (1770) Brunswick, as 'Eques a Victoria' [OS] (1771), GM [SKA] (Denmark) (1776-1792); See also: Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Friedrich, Duke of (1721-1792), General GM [RER] (1776/82-1792) (Denmark) [SKA], in the Illuminati (1783), GM (G) Asiatic Brothers (1786) 109:32, 33, 34-42, 48n92, 62-4, 68; recognised as Superiors of French system [RER] at 'Convent des Gaules' Lyon (1778) 40; on [KT] 41, 50n135
  AQC Database No. 5156


Brunswick, Ferdinand, Duke of (1721-1792) (Friedrich), (Ferdinand of Braunschweig Lüneburg-Wolfenbüttel), GM [OS] (1776-82/92), Strict Observance (Germany) 96:216
  AQC Database No. 5157


Brunswick, Ferdinand, Duke of (1721-1792), GM [OS] (1776-82/92) [RER], Germany, Prince of, member of the seven degrees (1780), (Rite of Seven Degrees, London) [HG]/[GLT] 39:79
  AQC Database No. 5158


Brunswick, Ferdinand, Duke of (1721-1792), GM [OS] (1776-82/92) [RER], GM [3WK] (1772), Germany 83:260; Jews and the 'Asiatic Brethren' Order (c.1787) 326
  AQC Database No. 5159


Brunswick, Karl (Charles) Wilhelm Ferdinand of (1735-1806), General; Manifeste de Brunswick (n.d.) 109:68
  AQC Database No. 5160


Brunswick, Karl I, Duke/Prince of (1713-1780), reigning Duke of (1735)!, brother to Friedrich, Duke/Prince of (1721-1792), presuaded to use his power to close two Craft Lodges which refused to join [OS] (1773), presided over the Convent of Brunswick (1776) 109:33, 35, 48n98
  AQC Database No. 5161


Brunswick-Luneburg, Augustus, Duke of 96:151, 155-6, 169
  AQC Database No. 5162


Brunswick, New; See: New Brunswick (Canada)
  AQC Database No. 5163


Brunswick, Prince of (Braunschweig Lüneburg-Wolfenbüttel) (Germany) 88:100
  AQC Database No. 5164


Brunswick-Lüneburg-Wolfenbüttel, Ferdinand Herzog von (1721-1792), on von Hund's list of Province master [OS], [IFL] 109:32, 35-7, 48n92, 60-4, 68, 79
  AQC Database No. 5165


Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel-Oels (Öls), Friedrich August, Duke of (1740-1805), GM [3WK] (1772-99) 109:32-48, 59, 61, 68
  AQC Database No. 5166


Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Augustus, 1st Duke of (d.1666) 109:62; Fredrick Albrecht II, Duke of (formerly Duke of Braunswick-Bevern) 62; HRH Ferdinand, Duke of (1721-1792) 32, 35-7, 48n92, 60-4, 68, 79; Karl I of (1713-1780) 62; Ludwig Rudolf, Duke of (formerly Duke of Brunswick-Blankenburg) 62
  AQC Database No. 5167


Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Friedrich, Duke of (1721-1792), (Ferdinand of Braunschweig-Lüneburg-Wolfenbüttel), init. (1740) Frederick the Great Lodge, Provincial GM (Brunswick) [PGL] (1770), as 'Eques a Victoria' [OS] (1771), (Magnus Superior Ordinis per Germaniam Inferiorem) after the Kohlo Convent (1772), GM United Lodges until (1782) [OS], (as head at Wilhelmsbad Convent), General GM (1782-1792) [RER], (Denmark) [SKA], in Illuminati (1783), GM Asiatic Brothers (1786) 109:32, 33, 34-42, 48n92, 62-4, 68; recognised as Superiors of French system [RER] at 'Convent des Gaules' Lyon (1778) 40; on [KT] 41, 50n135
  AQC Database No. 5168


Brush, James, Treasurer of 'Society for the Schooling of Orphan Female Children og Distressed Masons' (1799), and Son, Dublin, Irish PM jewel by (WM) 83:115, 115n2
  AQC Database No. 5169


Brusle, João Thomas, his trial by Inquisition, Lisbon (1738) 84:75
  AQC Database No. 5170


Bruslé, Jean Thomas 92:119-22 passim, 137, 138n16,17, 140, 142-3, 145-6
  AQC Database No. 5171


Brussels Conference of Supreme Councils (1907) [A&ASR] 100:74, 80, 82
  AQC Database No. 5172


Brussels, Memphis Rite Lodge (1838) in 92:3
  AQC Database No. 5173


Bruxelles, Université Libre de (Belgium) 108:3
  AQC Database No. 5174


Bryan, William, English Swedenborgian, visited the 'Société des Illuminés d'Avignon' in Avignon (1789) 108:123, 138n5-6
  AQC Database No. 5175


Bryan's 'Dictionary of Printers and Engravers' (n.d.) 82:28n3; (vol.I) 192n1
  AQC Database No. 5176


Bryant, Arthur; The Mediaeval Foundation (1966) 88:17n18,26
  AQC Database No. 5177


Bryant, Jacob; Analysis of Ancient Mythology (1774-6) 99:205
  AQC Database No. 5178


Bryant, Sir Arthur, historian, on Sir Charles Warren and the London Riot (1888) 99:174
  AQC Database No. 5179


Bryce, G. Fred, and the finance discussion (1930-1) 86:121-3, 128, 131, 133
  AQC Database No. 5180


Bryce, G. Fred, and Board of Installed Masters (WM) 84:31, 36, q.43, 65
  AQC Database No. 5181


Bryden, Thomas, of Whitehaven, his letter to G.Sec. [PGL] (1786) q. 85:193
  AQC Database No. 5182


Brüderkette (Chain of Brotherhood) 81:249
  AQC Database No. 5183


Brydges, James, (Hextall, W.B.) "The Man of Taste". A Satire of (1733) 23:334
  AQC Database No. 5184


Brydges, James, (Hextall, W.B.) "The Man of Taste". A Satire of (1733) 21:230-43
  AQC Database No. 5185


Brydon, Dr. J.M. (d.1967), surgeon, bequest the Shadbolt MS. from a granddaughter of William Shadbolt (1907), now donated to [UGL] library (c.1944) by 93:129-30
  AQC Database No. 5186


Brydone, Dr. J.M. (d.1967), surgeon, init. (1896) (L.859), PAGDC (1936) [UGL], and Shadbolt's papers (Shadbolt MS.) 87:141, 149, 149n1, 150-2, 164, 192
  AQC Database No. 5187


Brüggen, von der, as 'Eques a Bracchio Ferreo' (Starck), at the Kohlo Convent (1772), re-examined the oiginal Warrant produced by von Hund at the Altenberg Convent (1764) [OS], clamed brought back from England by the Schmidt brothers 109:32
  AQC Database No. 5188


Brühl, Count Aloysius Friedrich von (1739-1793), (Count/Reichgraf), Dresden 109:33-49 passim; in Poland to 'rectified' to [OS] the 'Drei Brüders' Lodge in Warsaw and grafted a Templar Chapter onto (1772) 33, 48n96; his secretary, examined von Hund's papers after his death (1776) [OS] 37; as go-between for negotiation with Willermoz (Lyon) [RER] 38
  AQC Database No. 5189


Bröcker, Carl; Die Freimaurer-Logen Deutschlands 1737-1893 (1894) 87:226; See: Bröcker, Paul (1875-1948); Bauhüttenglaube, ein Bekenntnis zur Freimaurerei (1949)
  AQC Database No. 5190


Buccleuch, Francis (1694/5-1751), 2nd Duke of (formerly Earl of Dalkeith), GM [PGL] (1723), James Anderson on (1723) 107:258
  AQC Database No. 5191


Buccleuch, Francis (1694/5-1751), 2nd Duke of (formerly Earl of Dalkeith), GM [PGL] (1723) 104:35, 47
  AQC Database No. 5192


Buccleuch, Francis (1694/5-1751), 2nd Duke of (formerly Earl of Dalkeith), GM [PGL] (1723) 96:88, 170
  AQC Database No. 5193


Buccleuch, Francis (1694/5-1751), 2nd Duke of (formerly Earl of Dalkeith), GM [PGL] (1723) 91:181, 182, 183
  AQC Database No. 5194


Buccleuch, Francis (1694/5-1751), 2nd Duke of (formerly Earl of Dalkeith), GM [PGL] (1723), F.R.S. (1724) (RS) 88:76
  AQC Database No. 5195


Buccleuch, Francis (1694/5-1751), 2nd Duke of (formerly Earl of Dalkeith), GM [PGL] (1723); See also: Three early Grand Masters (Edwards) (in AQC vol.58:226-41) 85:27
  AQC Database No. 5196


Buccleuch, Francis (1694/5-1751), 2nd Duke of (formerly Earl of Dalkeith), GM [PGL] (1723), (Edwards, Lewis) Three early Grand Masters 58:226-41
  AQC Database No. 5197


Buccleuch, Report on the MSS. of the Duke (1889), by the Historical MSS. Commission (on the correspondence of the Dukes of Montague, Buccleuch and Queensbury) 48:128n1
  AQC Database No. 5198


Buchan, David (1672-1745), 9th Earl of, (Thorp, J.T.) The Rev. James Anderson and the Earls of Buchan 18:9-12
  AQC Database No. 5199


Buchan, David Stuart (1742-1829), 11th Earl of (1767), GMM (SC) (1782-4), Scotland 101:21
  AQC Database No. 5200


Buchan, David Stuart (1742-1829), 11th Earl of (1767), GMM (SC) (1782-4), Scotland 18:11; Essay on the Lives and Writings of Fletcher of Saltoun and the Poet Thomson (1792) 11
  AQC Database No. 5201


Buchan, Dr. Alex F., G.Sec. (SC) (1948-71), Scotland 84:250
  AQC Database No. 5202


Buchan, Dr. Alex F., G.Sec. (SC) (1948-71), on Mother Kilwinning's number "0" (L.0), first appearance in B. of C. (1848), Scotland 82:307
  AQC Database No. 5203


Buchan, Dr. Alex F., G.Sec. (SC) (1948-71), Grand Secretary of Scotland 81:271, 273
  AQC Database No. 5204


Buchan, Dr. Alex F., G.Sec. (SC) (1948-71), his official visit, with Lord Macdonald, to India (1958) 74:127; at the formation of the Grand Lodge of India (1961), New Delhi 128
  AQC Database No. 5205


Buchan, Henry David (1710-1767), 10th Earl of (1745), SGW (SC) (1736), GMM (SC) (1745), Scotland 18:11
  AQC Database No. 5206


Buchan, Henry David, 12th Earl of (1829), Deputy GM (SC) (1831-1), GMM (SC) (1832) 18:11
  AQC Database No. 5207


Buchan, John; Mr Standfast (1919) 93:10; Runagates Club, The (1928) 10; Three Hostages, The (1924) 10
  AQC Database No. 5208


Buchanan MS. (c.1670) [T.3.] (Tew MSS. Family) 107:23
  AQC Database No. 5209


Buchanan MS. (c.1670) [T.3.] (Tew MSS. family) 96:104-6; See also: Reprinted (in QCA Vol.IV)
  AQC Database No. 5210


Buchanan MS. (c.1670) [T.3.] (Tew MSS. family) 90:151, 169
  AQC Database No. 5211


Buchanan MS. (c.1670) [T.3.] (Tew MSS. family) 89:31n19
  AQC Database No. 5212


Buchanan MS. (c.1670) [T.3.] (Tew MSS. family), at the Library of [UGL], London 52:272
  AQC Database No. 5213


Buchanan MS. (c.1670) [T.3.] (Tew MSS. family), (Baxter, R.H.) The Old Charges and the Ritual 31:33-55; location (U.G.L., London), and where reproduced (QCA Vol.IV) 40-44
  AQC Database No. 5214


Buchanan MS. (c.1670) [T.3.] (Tew MSS. family), (Howard, C.C.) Critical examination of the Alban and Athelstan Legends 4:73-84
  AQC Database No. 5215


Buck (Bucknall), actor 101:16, 19
  AQC Database No. 5216


Buck, J.D.; Symbolism of Freemasonry or Mystic Masonry (1925) (3rd ed.), [A&ASR]!; See: Ezra A. Cook, Publisher, Chicago (USA)
  AQC Database No. 5217


Buckingham L.591, Aylesbury, its Constitution and Consecration (1852) 83:35
  AQC Database No. 5218


Buckinghamshire Association for Masonic Research; Transactions, vol.1 (1991), reviewed (Smyth) 104:250
  AQC Database No. 5219


Buckle, E.A., on "Five Noble Orders of Architecture" (Atkins) 82:45-6, 49
  AQC Database No. 5220


Buckley, Rev. T.A.; Great Cities of the Ancient World (1852) 85:254
  AQC Database No. 5221


Bucknill, Thomas Townsend 108:13, 44; init. L.135 of Good Report (1873), as Deputy G.Reg. [UGL] (1895), PJGW (1899) 26n1; as Provincial GM (Surrey) (1903-15) 26n1, 44
  AQC Database No. 5222


Bucks, Grand order of 93:18, 20-1, 25
  AQC Database No. 5223


Bucks, Noble Order of 100:98
  AQC Database No. 5224


Bucks, Order of 104:34, 38, 43
  AQC Database No. 5225


Bucks, Order of, (Brookhouse, J.C.) The Antient and Honorable Order of Bucks 21:66
  AQC Database No. 5226


Bucks, Order of, (Brookhouse, J.C.) The Antient and Honorable Order of Bucks 20:369-71
  AQC Database No. 5227


Bucks, Order of, (Hextall, W.B.) The Noble Order of Bucks 20:367-8
  AQC Database No. 5228


Bucks, Order of, (Hextall, W.B.) Bucks songs, in 'The British Phænix (1762) 18:244
  AQC Database No. 5229


Bucks, Order of, (Rylands, W.H.) A forgotten rival of Masonry: The Noble Order of Bucks 4:64-9
  AQC Database No. 5230


Bucks, Order of, (Rylands, W.H.) A forgotten rival of Masonry: The Noble Order of Bucks 3:140-62, 194
  AQC Database No. 5231


Buda, Provincial Grand Lodge at 90:62
  AQC Database No. 5232


Budd, H.O., Past AGDC, the O.S.M. (Order of Service to Masonry) (1948) 89:125
  AQC Database No. 5233


Budd, R.H., Sec. of Bulwer L.1068 (fl.1995) [UGL] 109:108
  AQC Database No. 5234


Budden, Edwin Thomas+ (1830-1887), of L.472 of Sincerity, Shaftesbury, and of L.622, spoke in favour of the masonic funeral, in Grand Lodge [UGL], before the revision of the Book of Constitutions (1884) 108:15
  AQC Database No. 5235


Budden, Edwin Thomas+ (1830-1887), init. St. Cuthburga L.622 (1857) 91:4-6; Masonic Funeral Service with Original Music (c.1887) 5, 6
  AQC Database No. 5236


Budden, Edwin Thomas+ (1830-1887), his Biography and Obituary 1:80-1
  AQC Database No. 5237


Buddhism, (Simpson, William) The Worship of Death 2:7-51
  AQC Database No. 5238


Buddhism, (Simpson, William) The Threefold Division of Temples 1:89-105, 166
  AQC Database No. 5239


Buddhist Ideas Concerning God and Immortality' (Home) 86:136-42
  AQC Database No. 5240


Buddhists, the V.S.L. for [VSL] 90:90
  AQC Database No. 5241


Budge, Sir E.A. Wallis; The Book of the Dead (1901) 97:130n1, 145
  AQC Database No. 5242


Budnost, Lodge, Osijek 90:66
  AQC Database No. 5243


Budofsky, M.I., GM (USA), Connecticut (1981) 97:165
  AQC Database No. 5244


Budrum Castle, (Markham, Sir A.H.) Budrum Castle [KH] 17:74-83
  AQC Database No. 5245


Budrum Castle, (Oliver, Andrew) Notes on the Heraldry at the Castle of Budrum [KH] 21:86-7
  AQC Database No. 5246


Buego, John (fl.1786), engraver of Burns's portrait 103:221
  AQC Database No. 5247


Buenos Aires (Brazil), Songhurst's visit to (1898) 107:4, 7n27
  AQC Database No. 5248


Buenos Aires, Grand Lodge (Logía Matriz) of (1813) 94:100
  AQC Database No. 5249


Buffalo (Order of) (USA), 'The Freemasons and the Friendly Societies' (An Historical Study), Prestonian Lecture, for (1996) [PL], (Goodchilds, John F.); See: Collected Prestonian Lectures, 1988-1996. (1997) (QCCC/AQC) (Vol.4)
  AQC Database No. 5250


Buffalo L.1824, East London, South Africa 97:20
  AQC Database No. 5251


Buffaloes, Royal Antediluvian Order of 100:97, 99
  AQC Database No. 5252


Bugge, Karl Ludvig (1840-1916), (Norway/Denmark); Det Danske Frimureris Historie (1910/27) (vol.1 & vol.2), (History of Danish Freemasonry), Vol.1, on (1743-65) as a Provincial G.L. [PGL]; Vol.2, on (1765-1855) with [OS] & [RER] (before the introduction/use of 'Swedish Rite') [SKA] 90:107n11,12, 110
  AQC Database No. 5253


Buijnters, P.J.; Lumieres Hollandaises, Les (in 'Studies in Voltaire and the 18th Century', vol.87) (1972) 107:78n13
  AQC Database No. 5254


Builder, The (1905), masonic periodical (USA), The Tiberine Island. (Naval architecture and Noah's Ark) 18:49
  AQC Database No. 5255


Builder, The (1926), masonic periodical (USA) 89:137
  AQC Database No. 5256


Builder, The, masonic journal (USA), ed. Fort Newton 99:101; See: Fenger, Peter Andreas (1870-1934) [SKA]; The Secret of the Old Operative Masons (in 'The Builder') (Vol.X, No.2, Feb.1924)
  AQC Database No. 5257


Builder, The, masonic periodical (USA) 101:93
  AQC Database No. 5258


Builders of the Silent Cities L.12 (GLNF), founded (1922), now at St. Omer/Lille (France), by members of the Imperial War Graves Commission (by Sir Herbert Ellissen, Sir Henry Maddocks and Rudyard Kipling), relocated to [UGL] (new lodge, with the same name) (1927) 108:21, 28, 34
  AQC Database No. 5259


Builders Rites and Ceremonies (Speth) 89:139-68
  AQC Database No. 5260


Builders' Rites and Ceremonies: The Folk-Lore of Masonry. (J.W. Speth) 89:139-168
  AQC Database No. 5261


building, medieval 96:65-76
  AQC Database No. 5262


Building Committee (1862-9) [UGL] 95:73, 78
  AQC Database No. 5263


Building Fund, the (1768) [PGL] 108:172-73
  AQC Database No. 5264


Building of Eton College (1442-1460). (Douglas Knoop & G.P. Jones) 46:70-114
  AQC Database No. 5265


Buisine, Andrée (Dr.); Women and Freemasonry (1995), French [COF] (Grande Loge Feminine), reviewed (Brodsky, Michel L.) 108:251
  AQC Database No. 5266


Bull, H.H., Past JGD (1967), architect 89:132, 137; on T.B.s [TB] q.136-7
  AQC Database No. 5267


Bull, Papillon, raised in the 'Philo-Musicae ...' (1725), London 86:308
  AQC Database No. 5268


Bull, William, his certificate from Royal Navy L.57* of Independence (1803) [PGL], now L.59 [UGL] 82:198
  AQC Database No. 5269


Bull's Head (Southwark), L.22* at, in Grand Lodge Minutes (1725) [PGL] 85:303
  AQC Database No. 5270


Bullamore, George W., The Antiquity of the Third Degree 38:68-101
  AQC Database No. 5271


Bullamore, George W., The Beehive and Freemasonry (symbol) 36:219-246
  AQC Database No. 5272


Buller, Charles (1806-1848), assistant to the 1st Earl of Durham (John George Lambton) 109:124, 142-3, 147; Sketch of Lord Durham's Mission to Canada (n.d.) 145, 146n16
  AQC Database No. 5273


Buller, General Sir Redvers 99:177-8, 184, 187
  AQC Database No. 5274


Bulloch, William 109:172; 'Roll of the Fellows of the Royal Society' (1827) (RS) (MS.) 173n7
  AQC Database No. 5275


Bullock, Percy, of the 'Golden Dawn' Order (GD) (1904), and of Runymede L.2430 (1904-5) 99:94
  AQC Database No. 5276


Bullock, Steven Conrad; The Anncient and Honorable Society: Freemasonry in America, 1730-1830. (1986), (PhD) (USA) 108:7
  AQC Database No. 5277


Bultzo, A.C.J., "English Masonry in Greece", address given at the Annual Reunion Meeting of 'The Anglo-Foreign Lodges Association' (1969), London 81:224, 225-7
  AQC Database No. 5278


Bultzo, A.C.J.; The birth of lodge 'Star of the East' L.1182 [UGL] (1862/1962), Corfu 106:216
  AQC Database No. 5279


Bulwer Ch.1068 [RA] (EC) (1886), Egypt, re-established in London (1956) 82:58, 63
  AQC Database No. 5280


Bulwer L.1068 [UGL] (1865), Egypt 109:99, 108, 111n42
  AQC Database No. 5281


Bulwer L.1068 [UGL], Cairo/Slough 97:26
  AQC Database No. 5282


Bulwer L.1068 [UGL] (1865), Egypt, now in London (1956) 82:51
  AQC Database No. 5283


Bulwer L.1068 [UGL], Egypt 81:211, 218-23; consecrated in Cairo (1865) 206, 218; erasure (1882) rescinded (1883) 220; GM (Albert Edward, Prince of Wales) visits (1869) 215, 219; GM receives Deputation from (Cairo, 1889) 220; Jubilee celebrated (1915) 221-2; re-established in London after the Suez crisis (1956) 209, 218, 223
  AQC Database No. 5284


Bulwer, Sir Edward Lytton (1803-73), (later first Lord Lytton) q. 98:31; See: Transaction (1913), Metropolitan College [SRIA]
  AQC Database No. 5285


Bulwer, Sir Henry (later Lord Dalling), District GM of Turkey, (Ottoman Empire), Egypt part of (c.1865) 81:211, 218
  AQC Database No. 5286


Bumby, John, G.Sec. Heseltine's letter to (1778) 82:83-4
  AQC Database No. 5287


Bunbury, Maj.-Gen. (Sir) Henry, (Bart) 85:153; letter to (1815) 153n6, 154n2
  AQC Database No. 5288


Bunch of Grapes' Tavern, Boston, Massachusetts, Lodge L.126* at (now St. John's Lodge) (USA) 89:169; See also: Summons of Mr. Forrester at the One Tun in the Strand, Lodge Peace and Plenty L.188* (1739), meet at the Bunch of Grapes (1753), (in AQC vol.46:432)
  AQC Database No. 5289


Bunker Hill, battle of (1775), war of independence (USA), General Joseph Warren, provincial GM (SC), killed at 107:225
  AQC Database No. 5290


Bunney, Walter J.; Freemasonry and Contemplative Art (1935); See: Prestonian Lecture (1935) [PL]
  AQC Database No. 5291


Bunting, William Franklin (b.1825), New Brunswick (Canada), Provincial G.Sec. (1861-67) [UGL] (EC), G.Sec. (1867-82), GM (1883) New Brunswick (Canada); History of St. John's Lodge (1784-1894), New Brunswick, Canada. (1895), reviewed 8:42-43
  AQC Database No. 5292


Bunyan, John; Solomon's Temple Spiritualiz'd (1688) [KST] & [VSL] 106:30
  AQC Database No. 5293


Bunyan, John; The Holy Citie or New Jerusalem (1669) [KST] & [VSL] 102:167
  AQC Database No. 5294


Bunyan, John; The Pilgrim's Progress ... (1678) 95:139, 158, 166
  AQC Database No. 5295


Bunyan, John; Solomon's Temple Spiritualised (1688) [KST] & [VSL] 93:185
  AQC Database No. 5296


Bunyan, John; Solomon's Temple Spiritualised (1688) [KST] & [VSL] 88:184
  AQC Database No. 5297


Bunyan, John; Solomon's Temple Spirttualiz'd (1688) [KST] & [VSL] 86:274, 280-1
  AQC Database No. 5298


Bunyan, John; Solomon's Temple Spiritualized (c.1670) [KST] & [VSL] 84:229
  AQC Database No. 5299


Buonarotti, Filippo, and the 'Grand Firmament' 90:82
  AQC Database No. 5300


Burckhardt, John Christian (1772-1848), SGD (1816) 106:91
  AQC Database No. 5301


Burckhardt, John Christian (1772-1848), SGD (1816) 105:245
  AQC Database No. 5302


Burckhardt, John Christian (1772-1848), SGD (1816) 94:45-6, 54, 58, 171, 175-6, 178, 180
  AQC Database No. 5303


Burckhardt, John Christian (1772-1848), SGD (1816) 93:39, 209-10; See also: Antiquity L.2 and the 'Burckhard MS.' (Prestons first & second Lecture)
  AQC Database No. 5304


Burckhardt, John Christian (1772-1848), SGD (1816) 89:9, 11-13, 18, 20, 197, 274; as Deputy GM and Acting GM [KT] (EC) (1843-46), Knights Templar 217
  AQC Database No. 5305


Burckhardt, John Christian (1772-1848), SGD (1816), Principal Grand Sojourner, R.A. [RA] (1817-32) 88:40, 42 bis, 43; his letter on R.A. [RA] (1841) q.46; and the Order of the Temple [KT] 46
  AQC Database No. 5306


Burckhardt, John Christian (1772-1848), SGD (1816), and Shadbolt's jewel 87:144
  AQC Database No. 5307


Burckhardt, John Christian (1772-1848), SGD (1816) 86:229, 260, 265
  AQC Database No. 5308


Burckhardt, John Christian (1772-1848), SGD (1816), Masonic jeweller, of Antiquity L.1*/L.2 (1808), SGD (1816) [UGL] 85:124n3, 128, 180; and the 'Harodim' Chapter (Preston's) 70, 73, 121
  AQC Database No. 5309


Burckhardt, John Christian (1772-1848), SGD (1816) [UGL], and Preston's Lectures 83:193, 195, 232, 246; Deputy GM and Acting GM [KT] (EC) (1843-46) Knight Templar (masonic) 238
  AQC Database No. 5310


Burckhardt, John Christian (1772-1848), SGD (1816), and Preston's Lectures [PL] 82:105, 107 bis, 108, 110, 154
  AQC Database No. 5311


Burckhardt MS. (1806-19) (Preston's Lectures and Syllabus book), in Antiquity L.2's archives 89:12 bis
  AQC Database No. 5312


Burckhardt MS. (c.1808) (Lecture), William Prestons first & second Lecture 85:71, 124
  AQC Database No. 5313


Burckhardt, Peter, (Eques a Serpente Curvato), Great Prior [RER] (1809-1817) (Helvetic), Switzerland 68:92
  AQC Database No. 5314


Burd, J.; A Master Key to Free-Masonry (1760) [Exposure], translation to English of one third of the 'L'Ordre des Francs-Maçons Trahi', [Trahi] (1745) [Exposure] 106:150
  AQC Database No. 5315


Burd, J.; A Master-Key to Freemasonry (1760) [Exposure], descriptions included in the 'English Masonic Exposures, 1760-1769.' (1986) (Jackson, A.C.F.) [EME], reviewed (Batham) 98:217-8
  AQC Database No. 5316


Burd, J.; A Master Key to Freemasonry (1760) [Exposure], part translation of the French 'La Désolation' (1747) (Travenol) [Exposure] 83:237
  AQC Database No. 5317


Burd, J.; A Master-Key to Freemasonry (1760) [Exposure], translation of [Trahi] (1745) 84:165n1, 172
  AQC Database No. 5318


Burdett, Col. Sir Francis (1813-92), Grand Senior General [RCC] (EC) (1871) 106:71, 84, 86n32
  AQC Database No. 5319


Burdett College, (S.R.I.A.) [SRIA], London 85:272n1
  AQC Database No. 5320


Burdett L.1293, Hampton Court, founded by R.W. Little (1869) 85:249n1
  AQC Database No. 5321


Burdon L.3188 (1906), Newcastle, jewish members (1906-1908) 100:235, 241, 249
  AQC Database No. 5322


Burdon, William, JGW (1727), his signature 103:186
  AQC Database No. 5323


Burdon; Freemasonry in Bury St. Edmunds (1961) 88:36, 49n16,25
  AQC Database No. 5324


Burdwood, David, his Grand Lodge Certificate from L.336* (1811) [AGL] (A), Buckingham Arms, Stonehouse, (Royal Marine Lodge of Fellowship, East Stonehouse, Devon) (erased 1830) 82:227
  AQC Database No. 5325


Bureau of Information, Japanese (1942/3), sponsored anti-masonic exhibitions 107:93
  AQC Database No. 5326


Burford, Douglas W.+, PJGW, G.Supt.Works (1987-92) [UGL] 109:iii; 'The Ark of the Masonic Coenant' (in AQC vol.105:203-16) 232n9-10
  AQC Database No. 5327


Burford, Douglas W.+, PJGW, G.Supt.Works (1987-92) [UGL], his Batham lecture 'The Anomalies of the Royal Arch-Craft Connection' (1993) q. 108:26n; on 'The Influence of the Prince of Wales (Edward VII)' (Khambatta) 113
  AQC Database No. 5328


Burford, Douglas W.+, PJGW, G.Supt.Works (1987-92) [UGL] 107:iii
  AQC Database No. 5329


Burford, Douglas W.+, PJGW, G.Supt.Works (1987-92) [UGL], 'The Ark of the Masonic Covenant' 105:203-16
  AQC Database No. 5330


Burford-Hancock, Sir Henry James Burford+ (1839-1895), District GM [UGL] (1884), Gibraltar, his Obituary; See also: Colin Dyer; History of the first 100 years of Q.C. L.2076. (1986) 8:236
  AQC Database No. 5331


Burford-Hancock, Sir Henry James Burford+ (1839-1895), District GM [UGL] (1884), Gibraltar, his Biography; See also: Colin Dyer; History of the first 100 years of Q.C. L.2076. (1986) 1:50
  AQC Database No. 5332


Burgan, William M.; Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction (1987), Masonic Symbolism in 'The Moonstone' and 'The Mystery of Edwin Drood' in 108:7
  AQC Database No. 5333


Burgess, M., bookbinder (after 1840) 103:133, 146
  AQC Database No. 5334


Burke, Edmund (1729-97), (English historian and politician) q. 83:266
  AQC Database No. 5335


Burke, Sir Bernard; General Armory (1884) 96:193, q.194; Ordinary 197
  AQC Database No. 5336


Burke, Thomas; Travel in England (1942), Lord 'Torrington Diaries' in the Stuart times 108:56, 61n63-7
  AQC Database No. 5337


Burke's; Dormant and Extinct Peerages (n.d.), on 'Rawdon' as Acting GM [PGL] (1791), on the [PH] Patent (USA) 89:74
  AQC Database No. 5338


Burkett, Charles Thomas, of the Lodge of Amity, Poole, at Lodge of Reconciliation (1814) 86:234, 237
  AQC Database No. 5339


Burleigh, William Cecil, 1st Lord 95:168
  AQC Database No. 5340


Burlington L.96, London 102:160; See also: L.217* (1756) [PGL] (in AQC vol.8:208)
  AQC Database No. 5341


Burlington L.96, London (1756) 90:1O7n22
  AQC Database No. 5342


Burlington L.96, London (1756) 87:4, 5; History of the Burlington Lodge No.96, 1756-1956. (1956) (I.M. Leslie) 6n1
  AQC Database No. 5343


Burlington L.96, London, at the Cafe Royal, 175th anniversary (1931) 86:124
  AQC Database No. 5344


Burlington L.96, London, in connection with L. Thomson's Unauthorised Print (c.1814) 84:126; its Lodge of Instruction 265, 273, 174 bis; the office of Inner Guard (1814) 122-3; use of "R.W.M." in 123
  AQC Database No. 5345


Burlington L.113, London 106:1, 70
  AQC Database No. 5346


Burlington Lodge of Instruction 87:1-4; Peter Gilkes of (1820) (in AQC vol.84:274) 162n1
  AQC Database No. 5347


Burlington Lodge of Instruction 86:145n4, 293
  AQC Database No. 5348


Burlington, New Jersey, Lodge (1781) at 90:226
  AQC Database No. 5349


Burlington, Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of (1694-1753), architect 109:245-6
  AQC Database No. 5350


Burlington, Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of (1694-1753), architect (Burlingtonian/Palladianism, classical style) 101:166, 170, 172, 177, 193
  AQC Database No. 5351


Burlington, Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of (1694-1753), architect 100:134, 145n32, 154
  AQC Database No. 5352


Burlingtonism 101:165-6, 177
  AQC Database No. 5353


Burman, Charles, (a relative of Dr. Robert Plot); Memoirs of the Life of that learned Antiquary, Elias Ashmole, Esq., his Diary and Original Letters (1717), biography 109:181
  AQC Database No. 5354


Burmester, John George Henry, Asst. G.Sec. [UGL] for German Correspondence (1819-26), Past Master (WM) of Pilgrim L.289, London 108:100
  AQC Database No. 5355


Burmester, John George Henry, Past SGW [UGL] representative of the Grand Lodge of Hamburg (1839), Asst. G.Sec. [UGL] for German Correspondence (1819-26) 88:89, 214
  AQC Database No. 5356


Burnaby, Robert, District GM, British Columbia (1867), Canada 84:217-18 passim
  AQC Database No. 5357


Burne, Robert E., The Chapter of Regularity, Ch.339 (Ch.59*) [RA], Penrith 66:104-6
  AQC Database No. 5358


Burnes, Dr. (Sir) James (1801-1862), Provincial GM (SC), West India (1836-62) 103:221
  AQC Database No. 5359


Burnes, Dr. (Sir) James (1801-1862), Provincial GM (SC), Western India (1836), GM of Scottish Freemasons in India (1846-9); See also: The Chevalier Burnes (in AQC vol.13:44-53) 98:49
  AQC Database No. 5360


Burnes, Dr. (Sir) James (1801-1862), Provincial GM (SC), West India (in 1841) 93:218 bis
  AQC Database No. 5361


Burnes, Dr. (Sir) James (1801-1862), Provincial GM (SC), Western India (1836), India (1846-9) (SC) 92:176, 178, 182, 185, 189; Burney, Charles (1726-1814), musical historian 66, 69, 81
  AQC Database No. 5362


Burnes, Dr. (Sir) James (1801-1862), Provincial GM (SC), West India (1843) 81:319-20, 320
  AQC Database No. 5363


Burnes, Dr. (Sir) James (1801-1862), Provincial GM (SC) (1836-62), West India, (Gould, R.F.) Masonic Celebrities, No.8. - The Chevalier Burnes 13:44-53
  AQC Database No. 5364


Burnes Medal, India (1844), (James Burnes) 81:266, 319, 320
  AQC Database No. 5365


Burness (Burnes), William (d.1784), Robert Burns's father 103:213, 215
  AQC Database No. 5366


Burnet, Dr. Alexander, Archbishop of Glasgow, Scotland 85:222
  AQC Database No. 5367


Burnet, James Henry; The History of Lodge Tongariro, No.705 (EC), 1857-1919. (1918), (L.705) [UGL] New Zealand, reviewed (Hills) 31:152-153
  AQC Database No. 5368


Burnett Brown, A., Past JGW (1934) [UGL] 89:127
  AQC Database No. 5369


Burney, Dr. Charles (1726-1814), music historian 88:188
  AQC Database No. 5370


Burney, Frances, Mme d'Arblay (1752-1840) 101:1, 6
  AQC Database No. 5371


Burnley, early Freemasonry in 95:99-100, 109
  AQC Database No. 5372


Burns, Gilbert (1760-1832), Robert Burns's brother 103:213-15, 217
  AQC Database No. 5373


Burns, Robert (1759-1796), poet and freemason (Scotland), init. St. David's L.174 (1781), joining member of Canongate Kilwinning L.2 and Poet Laureate (1787) (SC) 109:6, 144, 229; See also: Famous Scottish freemasons (biographical); Web Homepage (SC) <http://www.grandlodgescotland.com/website/famous.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 5374


Burns, Robert (1759-1796) 103:213-29, 244; an Excise Officer 222-4; a farmer 215, 218, 222-3; his letters q.220-1; his masonic career, init. St. David's L.174 (1781) (SC) 215-18, 219, 222-4, his mausoleum 227, 228; his poems, published 219, 221-2, quoted 218-20, 222, 224-7, 229; his portrait 216; his punch-bowl 226-7
  AQC Database No. 5375


Burns, Robert (1759-1796), a Royal Arch mason [RA] 102:154
  AQC Database No. 5376


Burns, Robert (1759-1796) 100:184, 220; his memorial 221-2
  AQC Database No. 5377


Burns, Robert (1759-1796), poet (Scotland) 98:218, 220
  AQC Database No. 5378


Burns, Robert (1759-1796), "For A' That", q. 97:71
  AQC Database No. 5379


Burns, Robert (1759-1796), his Selkirk Grace, q. 96:203
  AQC Database No. 5380


Burns, Robert (1759-1796), his references to Freemasonry 91:199
  AQC Database No. 5381


Burns, Robert (1759-1796), Robert Burns - Freemason (1955) (Belford, Fred J.), (SC) yearbook, reviewed (Pick) 68:82
  AQC Database No. 5382


Burns, Robert (1759-1796), in painting by Stewart Watson, as Poet Laureate of the Conongate Kilwinning (SC), and the Earl of Buchan 18:11
  AQC Database No. 5383


Burns, Robert (1759-1796), (Vernon, W. Frederick) From Labour to Refresment in olden time 7:4-15
  AQC Database No. 5384


Burns, Robert (1759-1796), The Masonic genius of Robert Burns (1893) (Richardson, Sir B.W.), reviewed 6:79
  AQC Database No. 5385


Burns, Robert (1759-1796), Scotland, (Richardson, Sir B.W.) The Masonic genius of Robert Burns (Scotland) 5:46-55
  AQC Database No. 5386


Burns, Robert (1759-1796), The Poet Burns as a Freemason (1890), (Robert Somerville, jn.), (Poet Laureate to the Lodge Canongate Kilwinning), reviewed (Speth) 3:103
  AQC Database No. 5387


Burns, Robert, (jun.) son of the poet, init. (1833) 103:223
  AQC Database No. 5388


Burnside, John, loyalist (North Carolina) (USA) 89:172
  AQC Database No. 5389


Burow, George E., (33(), editor of 'The New Age' (1970) [A&ASR] (SMJ), (USA) 97:160
  AQC Database No. 5390


Buroz, Evaristo Soublette, GM (1877-81), Grand Lodge of Chile, Santiago 109:255
  AQC Database No. 5391


Burrage, Champlin; Church Covenant Idea (1904) 106:29
  AQC Database No. 5392


Burrell, George Bird 95:48
  AQC Database No. 5393


Burrell L.1829, A Retrospect of the Burrell Lodge No.1829, Comming of Age. (1900), (Carpenter, A.J.), reviewed 14:87
  AQC Database No. 5394


Burt, Michael (R.C.); The Case of the Fast Young Lady (1942), (Fiction, Indian Army/Secret Service) 93:11
  AQC Database No. 5395


Burt, Sir Henry Parsall, District GM, Punjab (1914-15) 103:66, 68
  AQC Database No. 5396


Burton MS. Ritual (1865) (John Burton MS.) (Emulation, Consecration Ritual) [UGL] 83:14, 15, 17, 21n2 bis
  AQC Database No. 5397


Burwood-Taylor, B.H., on "Freemasonry in Egypt and the Sudan" (Drane) (in AQC vol.81:209-23; and in AQC vol.82:51-73) 84:284
  AQC Database No. 5398


Burwood, William 108:166; as JGW [AGL] (1789) 166
  AQC Database No. 5399


Bury (Rogers, Norman), 200 years of Freemasonry in Bury 58:79-125
  AQC Database No. 5400


Bury, early Freemasonry in 95:91-2, 107, 115
  AQC Database No. 5401


Bury ritual (working) 101:241, 245, 247
  AQC Database No. 5402


Bury Ritual, eight Lodges in Lancashire using (1870s), (in AQC vol.58:79-113) 87:11
  AQC Database No. 5403


Bury St. Edmunds Abbey 98:99
  AQC Database No. 5404


Bury St. Edmunds, Masonic Temple at 88:33
  AQC Database No. 5405


Bury St. Edmunds, (Songhurst, W.J.) Summer Outing (1907), to Bury St. Edmunds and Ely 20:221-5
  AQC Database No. 5406


Busca, Antony (fl.1824) 93:223
  AQC Database No. 5407


Bush, George, President of USA (1989), use of the St. John Lodge (New York) Bible, for administering inauguration oath, used by George Washington as 1st President (1789) in New York 102:250
  AQC Database No. 5408


Bush L.116*, Bristol 86:900
  AQC Database No. 5409


Bushby, of L.63* [AGL], undertaker to the Grand Lodge of the Antients [AGL] (1764) 108:20
  AQC Database No. 5410


Bushey Grove Estate, Watford, as 'Royal Masonic Institution for Boys' (RMIB) premises, [UGL] 108:167
  AQC Database No. 5411


Bushey Park L.2381, Staines 105:176
  AQC Database No. 5412


Bushnell, George E., S.G.C., Supreme Council (33() [A&ASR], Northern Masonic Jurisdiction (NMJ) (USA) 101:38
  AQC Database No. 5413


Bushnell, George E., S.G.C., Supreme Council (33() [A&ASR], Northern Masonic Jurisdiction (1954) (NMJ) (USA) 92:163
  AQC Database No. 5414


Bussey, Jacob, G.Sec. [YGL] (fl.1779-88), Grand Lodge of York 90:154
  AQC Database No. 5415


Busshe Deed, and the 'Clausen MS.' (1502), (USA) 85:296, 297
  AQC Database No. 5416


Bussi-Aumont Lodge, Paris 104:128
  AQC Database No. 5417


Bussy, Loge, Paris (1736) 81:94, 97
  AQC Database No. 5418


Busy Body (Charing Cross), L.40 at, in Grand Lodge Minutes (1723) [PGL] 85:303
  AQC Database No. 5419


Butchart, J.H., PPJGW (SC), SGW, Grand Lodge of New South Wales (NSW) (1877), Australia 84:11
  AQC Database No. 5420


Bute L.960, Cardiff 105:179
  AQC Database No. 5421


Bute L.960, Cardiff 92:40
  AQC Database No. 5422


Butel, Paul; Les négociants bordelais bordelais, l'Europe et les îles au XVIIIéme siecle (1974) 101:119n1
  AQC Database No. 5423


Butera, Ercole Branciforte, Prince of 93:81
  AQC Database No. 5424


Butler, A.E. (Colombo, Ceylon/Sri Lanka), on Buddhist Masons 86:137, 138, 138n2
  AQC Database No. 5425


Butler, A.E. (Colombo, Ceylon/Sri Lanka), Ancient Brick-makers' Marks in Ceylon 70:121
  AQC Database No. 5426


Butler, J.D., masonic inlaid front of a Tea-caddy in the possession of, [TB] 35:4a
  AQC Database No. 5427


Butler, John; History of the Royal Naval Chapter No.59 (Ch.59), (1984) [RA] 106:172, 184n1
  AQC Database No. 5428


Butler, John S., 'Trinity College, Dublin' (The non-operative Lodge, 1688) 101:260
  AQC Database No. 5429


Butler, Pierce; Legenda Aurea - Légende Dorée - Golden Legend: (1899) 89:122n35,36
  AQC Database No. 5430


Butler, Robert, Esq., subscriber to the Hall-Loan [PGL] (1779/1787) 82:29
  AQC Database No. 5431


Butler, Samuel; Hudibras (1663) 107:35, 41, 43; illustrated by William Hogarth (1726) 37
  AQC Database No. 5432


Butler, Samuel; Hudibras (1663-4, 1678) q. 95:139
  AQC Database No. 5433


Butler, Samuel; Erewhon Revisited (1901), q. 'It has been said that though God cannot alter the past, historians can' 90:305
  AQC Database No. 5434


Butler, T.G., (Sec.); Transaction of the Buckinghamshire association for masonic research (1991) 104:250
  AQC Database No. 5435


Butt, John (Naples) 93:80-1
  AQC Database No. 5436


Butterfield, Paul H.; Centenary: English Freemasonry in the Transvaal (1978) 103:264
  AQC Database No. 5437


Butterfield, Paul H.; Centenary: English Freemasonry in the Transvaal (1978), reviewed (Jackson) 91:212-13
  AQC Database No. 5438


Buxton, History of Freemasonry in Buxton and Longnor. (1910), (Taylor, Sidney), reviewed 23:93-94
  AQC Database No. 5439


Buxton L.1688, Buxton 101:247
  AQC Database No. 5440


Buxton, Masonic Temple at; portraits of all the Past Masters of the Phoenix Lodge of St. Ann (L.1235) 107:147
  AQC Database No. 5441


By-Laws of a Newcastle Lodge (1756) 81:260, 261-3
  AQC Database No. 5442


Bühle, Johann Gottlieb (fl.1804) 99:89
  AQC Database No. 5443


Bühle, Johann Gottlieb (fl.1804) 97:120, 122, 130n14
  AQC Database No. 5444


Bühler, Hans, GM (fl.1997) Alpina Grand Lodge; See: Switzerland, Grand Lodge of
  AQC Database No. 5445


Bünde-Lübbecke Branch, (ABF) (1948), Germany 83:279
  AQC Database No. 5446


Byrne, Charles, and Dermott [AGL] 86:77
  AQC Database No. 5447


Byrom Collection, the (complex esoteric drawings) at (Dr. John Byrom) 106:39; Hancock, J.; The Byrom Collection (1992) 39n16
  AQC Database No. 5448


Byrom Collection, the (of 516 drawings, collected by Dr. John Byrom) 104:241; Hancox, Joy; The Byrom Collection (1992), reviewed (Cryer) 240-241
  AQC Database No. 5449


Byrom Collection, The (1992), Joy Hancox 107:46n1, 74, 78n1,12; Selections from the Journals of J. Byrom (1950), ed. H. Talon 46n7
  AQC Database No. 5450


Byrom, Dr. John (1692-1763), F.R.S. (RS), and the Boyle MS. (collection) 109:172
  AQC Database No. 5451


Byrom, Dr. John (1692-1762)!, his 'Cabala' Club (1720s!) 107:43, 46n1, 76, 78n12
  AQC Database No. 5452


Byrom, Dr. John (1692-1762)!, poet and stenographer, his 'Cabala Club', and Antiquity L.1* (Hans Sloane) 104:240-1; 'Christians awake, salute the happy morn' (poem) 240
  AQC Database No. 5453


Byrom, Dr. John (1692-1763)! 103:40, 41, 51; See also: The Byrom Collection
  AQC Database No. 5454


Byrom, Dr. John (1692-1763)!; Remains (n.d.) 81:3, 4
  AQC Database No. 5455


Byrom, Dr. John (1692-1762)!, poet, (Williams, W.J.) John Byrom (1691-1763), M.A., F.R.S. (RS); See: As a member of the Lodge at the Swan in Long Arcre (1730) (in QCA Vol.X p.170) 48:307-10
  AQC Database No. 5456


Byrom, Dr. John (1692-1762)!, and Charles, 2nd Duke of Richmond, GM (1724-5) [PGL] and some of his Masonic associates 30:262
  AQC Database No. 5457


Byrom, Dr. John (1692-1762)!, his portrait and Jacobite toast 21:236-37
  AQC Database No. 5458


Byron, George Anson (fl.1811), uncle of the poet George Gordon Byron 85:156
  AQC Database No. 5459


Byron, George Gordon (1788-1824), 6th Lord of Rochdale, (poet), Freemason, in Italy (Carbonari Venditas) and Greece 109:247-9
  AQC Database No. 5460


Byron, George Gordon (1788-1824), 6th Lord of Rochdale, (poet) 108:33
  AQC Database No. 5461


Byron, George Gordon (1788-1824), 6th Lord of Rochdale, (poet), his 'Destruction of Sennacherib' q. 102:238
  AQC Database No. 5462


Byron, George Gordon (1788-1824), 6th Lord of Rochdale, (poet) 101:3
  AQC Database No. 5463


Byron, George Gordon (1788-1824), 6th Lord of Rochdale, (poet), his satire 'English Bards and Scotch Reviewers' (1809) q. 85:156; on W.R. Wright q.156; Byron's Works, Letters and Journals, Vol.II (1895) (ed. R.E. Prothero) 156n7
  AQC Database No. 5464


Byron, William (1722-98), 5th Lord of Rochdale, GM [PGL] (1747-51) 109:247
  AQC Database No. 5465


Byron, William (1722-98), 5th Lord of Rochdale, GM [PGL] (1747-51) 100:255
  AQC Database No. 5466


Byron, William (1722-98), 5th Lord of Rochdale, GM [PGL] (1747-51) 99:156
  AQC Database No. 5467


Byron, William (1722-98), 5th Lord of Rochdale, GM [PGL] (1747-51) 98:109
  AQC Database No. 5468


Byron, William (1722-98), 5th Lord of Rochdale, GM [PGL] (1747-51) 95:76-7
  AQC Database No. 5469


Byron, William (1722-98), 5th Lord of Rochdale, GM [PGL] (1747-51) 94:142
  AQC Database No. 5470


Byron, William (1722-98), 5th Lord of Rochdale, GM [PGL] (1747-51), issued Warrant for L.204* to St. Martin (1749-1769) (Copenhagen) [SKA], and L.210* of Friendship (1751-1831) (Norwich) 90:110; nominating Count Danneskjold-Laurvig Provincial GM [PGL] for Denmark & Norway (1749) [SKA] 278
  AQC Database No. 5471


Byron, William (1722-98), 5th Lord of Rochdale, GM [PGL] (1747-51) 85:353
  AQC Database No. 5472


Byron, William (1722-98), 5th Lord of Rochdale, GM [PGL] (1747-51), issued Warrant (L.204*) (1749) to lodge St. Martin, the first Danish Lodge, founded (1743) (Copenhagen) [SKA], Denmark 83:259
  AQC Database No. 5473


Byron, William (1722-98), 5th Lord of Rochdale, GM [PGL] (1747-51), (Whymper, H.J.) Lord Byron, GM [PGL] (1747-51) 6:17-20
  AQC Database No. 5474


Bywater, Witham Matthew+ (1825-1911) 107:119, 121
  AQC Database No. 5475


Bywater, Witham Matthew+ (1825-1911); Notes on Laurence Dermott, Grand Secretary, and his work (1884) [AGL] 105:49
  AQC Database No. 5476


Bywater, Witham Matthew+ (1825-1911), Master (WM) of Quatuor Coronati L.2076 (1890) 93:106
  AQC Database No. 5477


Bywater, Witham Matthew+ (1825-1911); Notes on Laurence Dermott, Grand Secretary, and his work (1884) [AGL] 83:336
  AQC Database No. 5478


Bywater, Witham Matthew+ (1825-1911); Notes on Laurence Dermott, Grand Secretary, and his work (1884) [AGL], (on Dermott's Will and Probate) 39:286
  AQC Database No. 5479


Bywater, Witham Matthew+ (1825-1911), his Obituary 24:66
  AQC Database No. 5480


Bywater, Witham Matthew+ (1825-1911), St. Gabriel's, Canterbury 6:157-9
  AQC Database No. 5481


Bywater, Witham Matthew+ (1825-1911), his Portrait 4:i; Church of St. Bartholomew the Great, West Smithfield 193-4; Notes on Cobham Church, Kent 194-200
  AQC Database No. 5482


Bywater, Witham Matthew+ (1825-1911), his Biography and Installation as Master (WM) of (L.2076) 3:182-3; Inaugural Address (1890), Accomplishment of the lodge, a review of the year's work 168-71
  AQC Database No. 5483


Bywater, Witham Matthew+ (1825-1911), init. Royal Athelstan L.19, London (1846), member of Berkhamstead L.504 (1876), Orpheus L.1706 (1881), Hermes Ch.77 (1853), Mount Sinai Ch.19 (1858), Cyrus Ch.21 (1882) 1:9; History of the Royal Athelstan L.19 (1869) 9; Notes on Laurence Dermott, Grand Secretary, and his work (1884), [AGL] 9
  AQC Database No. 5484


Bär, Carl; Mozart-Krankheit, Tod, Begräbnis (1966) 87:67 bis, 67n2, 68
  AQC Database No. 5485


Bättiger, Karl August, friend of Goethe 98:207
  AQC Database No. 5486


Böhmen, Jakob (1575-1624) (Boehme, Jakob), philosopher; Aurora (1612); See: Rosicrucianism (Germany), and in the 'Travaux' (1981) of L.81 (GLNF)
  AQC Database No. 5487


Böhnen, von, (commander of the Wismar fortress) (Germany), of Lodge 'Zu dem drei Löwen' (1767) Wismar, helped Starck against von Hund [OS] 109:30, 31, 47n76,77
  AQC Database No. 5488


Böse, Richard, GM (JLF) (1935); See: Hamburg, Grand Lodge of
  AQC Database No. 5489


C.C.G. (Control Commission Germany) (CCG) (British), School of Instruction (1946) (masonic), Bünde (Germany) 83:277, 279
  AQC Database No. 5490


Caan, Charles le, Sec. (1777) of Antiquity L.1* [PGL], London 108:197
  AQC Database No. 5491


Cabala Club, John Byrom's, (1720s!) 107:43, 46n1, 76, 78n12
  AQC Database No. 5492


Cabala, the [VSL] 107:47, 50
  AQC Database No. 5493


Cabala, The, (Westcott, W.W.) The Religion of Freemasonry illustrated by the Kabbalah 1:55-9
  AQC Database No. 5494


Cabalism 97:117, 130n3, 145
  AQC Database No. 5495


Caballeres Racionales, L.7 (fl.1810), Cadiz (Spain) 92:17
  AQC Database No. 5496


Caballeros Orientales, Lodge of (1814), Montevideo (Uruguay) 94:95
  AQC Database No. 5497


Caballeros Racionales, 'Lautaro' L.7, Cádiz (Spain) 90:232
  AQC Database No. 5498


Caballeros Racionales, L.7 (fl.1810), Cadiz (Spain), (Cádiz & London) 94:94-99 passim, 102-3, 105n10
  AQC Database No. 5499


Cabbalah, the (Jewish) [VSL] 98:55, 58; See also: 'Kabbalah', the [etc.]
  AQC Database No. 5500


Cable tow 102:244, 245-6
  AQC Database No. 5501


Cable tow 101:3
  AQC Database No. 5502


Cable-tow 97:86
  AQC Database No. 5503


Cable tow 84:287
  AQC Database No. 5504


Cable tow, in early catechisms 83:353
  AQC Database No. 5505


Cable tow, (Simpson, William) Brahminical Initiation - The Noose Symbol 5:5-14, 144-5
  AQC Database No. 5506


Cabletow, The, periodical 104:74
  AQC Database No. 5507


Cadbury-Jones, Arthur, Secretary-General of [SRIA] (1908), distancing it from the 'Rosicrucian Order' of Mathers/Crowley etc. 108:153-4, 161n4
  AQC Database No. 5508


Cadbury-Jones, Arthur, Secretary-General of [SRIA], his portrait in the Transaction (1915), expelled by Westcott (1917) 100:11; as go-between Westcott and Mathers, on Crowley's Golden Dawn History (GD) (1910) 14
  AQC Database No. 5509


Caddy, John Smith (fl.1761), of Hull 101:9-11
  AQC Database No. 5510


Cadogan Court, Exeter, 'Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution' (RMBI residential development) [UGL] 108:168
  AQC Database No. 5511


Cadogan L.162, formerly Blackfriars Bridge L.188*, L.266*, L.211* [PGL] 105:175
  AQC Database No. 5512


Cadogan L.162, formerly Blackfriars Bridge L.188* (1832), L.266* (1814), L.211* [PGL] 84:263, 271-2
  AQC Database No. 5513


Cadogan, William Gerald Charles, 7th Earl of, Pro GM [UGL] (1969-1982) q. 104:63, 71
  AQC Database No. 5514


Cadogan, William Gerald Charles, 7th Earl of, Pro GM [UGL] (1969-1982) 89:191
  AQC Database No. 5515


Cadogan, William Gerald Charles, 7th Earl of, Deputy GM [UGL], visiting L.2076 (1968) 82:1
  AQC Database No. 5516


Cadogan, William Gerald Charles, 7th Earl of, Deputy GM [UGL] (1968) 81:271
  AQC Database No. 5517


Cadogan, William Gerald Charles, 7th Earl of, Deputy GM [UGL] (1961), at the Consecration of the Grand Lodge of India (1961), New Delhi 74:128
  AQC Database No. 5518


Caduceus, the 98:160, 160-1, 175-6
  AQC Database No. 5519


Caduceus, the 94:205
  AQC Database No. 5520


Cadwallader, 9th Lord Blayney (1720-75), GM [PGL] (1764-66) 101:50, 69
  AQC Database No. 5521


Cadwallader, 9th Lord Blayney (1720-75), GM [PGL] (1764-66) 99:38, 156, 198
  AQC Database No. 5522


Cadwallader, 9th Lord Blayney (1720-75), GM [PGL] (1764-66) 98:114, 117
  AQC Database No. 5523


Cadwallader, 9th Lord Blayney (1720-75), GM [PGL] (1764-66) 97:49
  AQC Database No. 5524


Cadwallader, 9th Lord Blayney (1720-75), GM [PGL] (1764-66) 90:112 bis, 163, 224
  AQC Database No. 5525


Cadwallader, 9th Lord Blayney (1720-75), GM [PGL] (1764-66) 86:58
  AQC Database No. 5526


Cadwallader, 9th Lord Blayney (1720-75), GM [PGL] (1764-66), patron of Grand Chapter [RA] (EC) (1766) 85:354, 355
  AQC Database No. 5527


Cadwallader, 9th Lord Blayney (1720-75), GM [PGL] (1764-66) 83:250
  AQC Database No. 5528


Cadwallader, 9th Lord Blayney (1720-75), GM [PGL] (1764-66) (Moderns Grand Lodge), elected GM (IC) (1768) Ireland (but did not take office), and the R.A. (1766) [RA] (EC) 82:80, 81; See also: his Portrait, as the Q.C. L.2076, St. John card (1901) (in AQC vol.14:a1-a6)
  AQC Database No. 5529


Cadwallader, 9th Lord Blayney (1720-75), GM [PGL] (1764-66) 81:334, 348
  AQC Database No. 5530


Cadwallader, King of the Britons (7th-C.) 99:58 bis
  AQC Database No. 5531


Caedmon (fl.670), religious poet 99:85
  AQC Database No. 5532


Caernarvon Castle, operative masons at 98:92-4, 98, 100n10,29, 107n2
  AQC Database No. 5533


Caernarvon Castle, the building and builders of 96:65, 69
  AQC Database No. 5534


Caernarvon Castle, (Knoop Douglas & Jones G.P.) Castle Building at Beaumaris and Caernarvon in the early 14th century 45:4-47
  AQC Database No. 5535


Cafe, H.S., and Gilkes 84:267, 282
  AQC Database No. 5536


Cagliostro, Count Alexander, (Joseph Balsamo) (1743-1795), Giuseppe Balsamo, Conte di, and his family (1787), Goethe and Queen Marie Antoinette's necklace, Palermo (Italy) 98:207
  AQC Database No. 5537


Cagliostro, Count Alexander, (Joseph Balsamo) (1743-1795) 97:107, 110
  AQC Database No. 5538


Cagliostro, Count Alexander, (Joseph Balsamo) (1743-1795), (Josef), Masonic victim of Holy Office (1789) (Inquisition) (R.C.), Rome 94:43, 233; and Pignatelli, Duke of Sandemetrio, Provincial GM (1770) [PGL] (Napels & Sicily) 233
  AQC Database No. 5539


Cagliostro, Count Alexander, (Joseph Balsamo) (1743-1795), Masonic victim of Holy Office (1789) (R.C.), Rome 93:4, 90
  AQC Database No. 5540


Cagliostro, Count Alexander, (Joseph Balsamo) (1743-1795) 90:284
  AQC Database No. 5541


Cagliostro, Count Alexander, (Joseph Balsamo) (1743-1795) 89:189
  AQC Database No. 5542


Cagliostro, Count Alexander, (Joseph Balsamo) (1743-1795) 87:43, 225-6; See: drawing with, in the Time Inc. book (Great Historic Epochs) 'The Age of Enlightenment' (Gay, Peter) (1966)
  AQC Database No. 5543


Cagliostro, Count Alexander, (Joseph Balsamo) (1743-1795) 86:95, 308
  AQC Database No. 5544


Cagliostro, Count Alexander, (Joseph Balsamo) (1743-1795) 85:259 bis, 260, 262-3, 288, 375
  AQC Database No. 5545


Cagliostro, Count Alexander, (Joseph Balsamo) (1743-1795) 84:211; his Egyptian Rite (c.1784/7) 232
  AQC Database No. 5546


Cagliostro, Count Alexander, (Joseph Balsamo) (1743-1795), Palermo 83:262, 263; his (magical) 'Egyptian Rite' in Basle (1787) 257, 270; his arrest by the Inquisition in Rome (1789-95) 80; in Malta (1767) [KH] and Lyone (c.1780s) 83-4, 83n1, 88, 92, 94
  AQC Database No. 5547


Cagliostro, Count Alexander, (Joseph Balsamo) (1743-1795), (Alessandro di), Masonic victim of Holy Office (1789) (R.C.), Rome 81:9, 83
  AQC Database No. 5548


Cagliostro, Count Alexander, (Joseph Balsamo) (1743-1795), Cagliostro (1967) (Dumas, Francois Ribadeau, translated to English by Elizabeth Abbott), reviewed (Knight, Norman) 80:289-291
  AQC Database No. 5549


Cagliostro, Count Alexander, (Joseph Balsamo) (1743-1795), Cagliostro (1966) (Dumas, Francois Ribadeau), reviewed (Tunbridge, Paul) 79:255-56
  AQC Database No. 5550


Cagliostro, Count Alexander, (Joseph Balsamo) (1743-1795) (Count Alessandro di Cagliostro), (Ivanoff, Boris) Cagliostro in Eastern Europe, (Courland, Russia and Poland) (1779-1780) 40:45-80; the Affair of the Diamond Necklace (1785-86) 45
  AQC Database No. 5551


Cagliostro Lodge and Temple No.7, Bristol (Swedenborgian Rite) 108:131-32
  AQC Database No. 5552


Cagliostro Lodge and Temple No.7 (Swedenborg Rite), Keynsham 92:194
  AQC Database No. 5553


Cahill, Rev. E.; Freemasonry and the Anti-Christian Movement (1929) 95:2, 10, 15
  AQC Database No. 5554


Caiger, S.L.; Bible and Spade (1936), [KST]/[VSL] 82:168
  AQC Database No. 5555


Cailhava, Jean-François de, dramatist 86:312-13, 317
  AQC Database No. 5556


Caillard, Bernard (Victoria, Australia), 'Napoléon's Rose Croix Jewel?' (1815) 109:261-2
  AQC Database No. 5557


Caillard, Bernard 104:153, 155-6, 158-60, 163; Medieval Craftsmen: Masons and Sculptors (1991) (Coldstream, Nicola), reviewed by 245-6
  AQC Database No. 5558


Caillard, Bernard 100:vii; 'Australia's First Lodge Meeting' (Sydney) 224-8
  AQC Database No. 5559


Cain (Cayin), [VSL] 97:76
  AQC Database No. 5560


Cainites, (Ranking, D.F. de L'H.) Some notes on various Gnostic Sects and their possible influence on Freemasonry 24:202-47
  AQC Database No. 5561


Cairo (Egypt), Lodge "Ahikam" in (Hebrew-Speaking) (1930s), M. Ezrat, First Master (WM) of, editor of; The First Hebrew Masonic Lodge in Eretz Israel and Abroad (1932), (Palestine & Abroad) 107:228-9
  AQC Database No. 5562


Caius L.3355, London, founded (1909), (University Lodge) [UGL] 59:16
  AQC Database No. 5563


Calatrava, Knight of (degree) 88:206
  AQC Database No. 5564


Calcott, Wellins 105:38; A Candid Disquisition of the Principles and Practices of the Most Ancient and Honourable Society of Free and Accepted Masons (1769) q.53
  AQC Database No. 5565


Calcott, Wellins; A Candid Disquisition of the Principles and Practices of the Most Ancient and Honourable Society of Free and Accepted Masons (1769) (3 issues, and varying paper qualities and size) 103:132; (facs., ed. 1989, McLeod) 130
  AQC Database No. 5566


Calcott, Wellins; A Candid Disquisition of the Principles and Practices of the Most Ancient and Honourable Society of Free and Accepted Masons (1769) 102:67, 85n3
  AQC Database No. 5567


Calcott, Wellins; A Candid Disquisition of the Principles and Practices of the Most Ancient and Honourable Society of Free and Accepted Masons (1769) q. 101:202-3
  AQC Database No. 5568


Calcott, Wellins; A Candid Disquisition of the Principles and Practices of the Most Ancient and Honourable Society of Free and Accepted Masons (1769, 1786) 98:161
  AQC Database No. 5569


Calcott, Wellins 91:84; A Candid Disquisition of the Principles and Practices of the Most Ancient and Honourable Society of Free and Accepted Masons (1769) 87
  AQC Database No. 5570


Calcott, Wellins 85:368; his 'charge' at Hereford q.200; his letter (1776) to G.Sec. [PGL] q.184; A Candid Disquisition of the Principles and Practices of the Most Ancient and Honourable Society of Free and Accepted Masons (1769) 200
  AQC Database No. 5571


Calcott, Wellins; A Candid Disquisition ... (1769) 84:2, 109, 148n1
  AQC Database No. 5572


Calcott, Wellins; A Candid Disquisition ... (1769) q. 83:139
  AQC Database No. 5573


Calcott, Wellins, the well-known Mason, at the procession to St. Mary's Church (1764), by St. George's Lodge, Taunton 82:320
  AQC Database No. 5574


Calcott, Wellins; A Candid Disquisition ... (1769) 81:132, 141, 175, 177
  AQC Database No. 5575


Calcott, Wellins; A Candid Disquisition ... (1769), first of the "illustrators" of the Masonic ritual 76:183
  AQC Database No. 5576


Calcott, Wellins; A Candid Disquisition of the Principles and Practices of the Most Ancient and Honourable Society of Free and Accepted Masons (1769), with list of subscribers 30:256-8
  AQC Database No. 5577


Calcutta (Bengal), L.72* [PGL], founded (1729) at, later L.66* and L.40*, erased (1756) 90:95, 107n9, 110
  AQC Database No. 5578


Calcutta, (Firminger W.K.) Some queries concerning history of Calcutta Lodges 16:258-9
  AQC Database No. 5579


Caldecott, Shaw; Solomon's Temple 97:79
  AQC Database No. 5580


Calder, John, G.Sec. (IC) (1757-66), Ireland 85:191
  AQC Database No. 5581


Calder, John, G.Sec. (IC) (1757-68), Ireland 82:172, 174
  AQC Database No. 5582


Caldesi, Leonidas, society photographer (1859), Royal photographer (1867) 107:123
  AQC Database No. 5583


Caldwell, John, G.Sec. (USA) Ohio 91:227
  AQC Database No. 5584


Caledonian K.T. Encampment No.8 (1810) [KT], Duns 90:275
  AQC Database No. 5585


Caledonian L.111 [AGL] (A), formerly at the White Hart (1737)!, Strand (London), William Preston init. (1763), listed as member until (1768) 108:196-7; changed allegiance and name to Vacation L.55* (c.1779) [PGL] 201
  AQC Database No. 5586


Caledonian L.132* [AGL] (A) (1766-c.1792), Liverpool 95:94
  AQC Database No. 5587


Caledonian L.134 [UGL] (London) 109:229; Cardinal Virtues Certificate of the 229
  AQC Database No. 5588


Caledonian L.134 [UGL] (London), (formerly L.325*, L.263*, L.209*, L.211*, L.180*, L.218*, L.156*, L.87*?) [PGL]/[AGL] 108:118-19, 196-97, 209; in 'A Tale of Two (or more) Certificates' (Caledonian L.134 & Antiquity L.2) (Trotter, Alan) [NS] (1995) 196-212; See also: Grand Lodge members of the Caledonian L.134 (1769), (attempted Incorporation of the Moderns, proposed Royal Charter) (in AQC vol.46:117-221) 119
  AQC Database No. 5589


Caledonian L.134, formerly Caledonian L.208* (the 'Old')! and L.324* and White Hart, Strand (London) L.111* [AGL] (A) (William Preston's) 104:39, 41n13
  AQC Database No. 5590


Caledonian L.134, Ephriam Gottlob Müller (WM) (1771) 96:217 bis
  AQC Database No. 5591


Caledonian L.134, later a 'Jewish' lodge, London 92:38
  AQC Database No. 5592


Caledonian L.134, (Moderns [PGL], (1764), and William Preston 91:137
  AQC Database No. 5593


Caledonian L.134, formerly L.263* (1780) [PGL] 86:184n1
  AQC Database No. 5594


Caledonian L.134, formerly L.209* [PGL], Half-moon (Feathers Tavern), Cheapside, London 82:183n4, 190, 192; its Certificate to Joachim Gregory, L.325* [PGL] (1766) 201; their Hall Medal (1781) 30, 31
  AQC Database No. 5595


Caledonian L.204 [AGL], Manchester 92:39
  AQC Database No. 5596


Caledonian L.204 [AGL] (c.1803), Manchester/Salford 88:54
  AQC Database No. 5597


Caledonian L.208* (the 'Old') [AGL], formerly L.111 (A) 108:197
  AQC Database No. 5598


Caledonian L.209* [PGL] (now L.134), Half-moon (Feathers Tavern), Cheapside, London 82:183n4, 190, 192; its Certificate to Joachim Gregory [PGL] (1766) 201; their Hall Medal (1781) 30, 31
  AQC Database No. 5599


Caledonian L.218* (SC) (1786-1838), Edinburgh 93:37
  AQC Database No. 5600


Caledonian L.218* (SC) (1786-1838), and the Edinburgh Rebellion (1808-13) 86:323-4
  AQC Database No. 5601


Caledonian L.260* (Calledonian) (L.209*?), at the Feathers Tavern, Cheapside, London (1766) 106:106
  AQC Database No. 5602


Caledonian L.260* (1761-1785), Cheapside, London 101:69
  AQC Database No. 5603


Caledonian L.260* (erased as L.168*, 1785), (1761) 90:122
  AQC Database No. 5604


Caledonian L.263* (the 'New') [PGL], (1777) 108:196-97, 202-3
  AQC Database No. 5605


Caledonian L.325* (1766), certificate 108:202, 205, 212
  AQC Database No. 5606


Caledonian L.325* (1766) [PGL], London, now L.134 [UGL], Joachim Gregory Lodge certificate from 82:201
  AQC Database No. 5607


Caledonian L.392 (SC), Edinburgh; C.F. Matier honorary member of (c.1870) 106:175
  AQC Database No. 5608


Caledonian L.520 (IC), Duns, Scotland (John Cambell's), (fl.1802) 90:273-6
  AQC Database No. 5609


Caledonian Royal Arch Ch.2* 95:45
  AQC Database No. 5610


Caledonian Royal Arch Ch.2* (1780), and Peter Gilkes 84:267; and Thomas Harper 180; and Laurence Thompson 118
  AQC Database No. 5611


Caledonian Royal Arch Ch.25 (SC) [RA], Duns 90:275
  AQC Database No. 5612


Caledonian Society, (Mackenzie, H.R.) The Ancient Caledonian Society 7:200-4
  AQC Database No. 5613


Calendar (masonic), The Dating of Masonic Records (Bernheim) [NS] 99:9-44; Gregorian 10; James Anderson's 12; The Jewish 21-26; French Republican 27; Craft and Additional Degrees 37
  AQC Database No. 5614


Calendar (masonic, 1842/3) 86:155-6; Lodges of Instruction, first listed in (1841) 155
  AQC Database No. 5615


Calendar and Library Committee, before (1881) [UGL] 95:73
  AQC Database No. 5616


Calendar Committee, before (1860) 95:73
  AQC Database No. 5617


Calendar of Plea and Memoranda Rolls of the City of London (1413-37) 84:205
  AQC Database No. 5618


Calendars of Close Rolls, Patent Rolls (1344/1459), on impressment of masons 98:102, 104
  AQC Database No. 5619


Calero, Carlo Reinoso, Past GM, Ecuador 95:206
  AQC Database No. 5620


California Masonic Code (1956) q. (USA) 86:136
  AQC Database No. 5621


California Masonic Code (1956) (USA) 83:65
  AQC Database No. 5622


California, "Installation Service" (USA) q. 83:68-70
  AQC Database No. 5623


California (USA), Grand Lodge of (1850), San Francisco; See: Web Homepage from; <http://www.freemason.org/> (1998), or via; Grand Lodges, "Freem@sonry" Web Site (Official WWW Grand lodge including District Grand Lodges Directory) <http://www.chaumont.com/GrandLodges.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 5624


California (USA), Grand Lodge of (1850) 97:160; See also: Lassen, Peter (1800-1859) [SKA], and the first California Lodge, Western Star L.98* (1849) (Warrant from Missouri Grand Lodge) (1848)
  AQC Database No. 5625


California (USA), Grand Lodge of (1850) 96:112
  AQC Database No. 5626


California (USA), Grand Lodge of (1850); See also: Pierce, W. Frank (d.1910), GM of (in AQC vol.23:339) 90:268
  AQC Database No. 5627


California (USA), Grand Lodge of (1850), its Installation ceremony (WM) (USA) 89:48-9
  AQC Database No. 5628


California (USA), Prince Hall Grand Lodge of, [PH] San Francisco, (as 'Grand Lodge of York Masons'), founded (1855) 90:295; See: Recognized as 'regular' (1995) [PH], Paul M. Bessel; <http://www.geocities.com/athens/1799/pha.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 5629


Callaghan, John W., of L.1149 (SC), Scotland; See: Martin, George M. & Callaghan, John W.; The Treasury of Masonic Thought (1924)
  AQC Database No. 5630


Callaway, Walter M. jr., (USA); Colonial Freemasonry (1973) (ed. Cook, Lewis C.), his article in, on the early development of Freemasonry in Georgia, (with Cerza) in Virginia (USA) 90:262
  AQC Database No. 5631


Callaway, Walter M., Benedict Arnold and Freemasonry 80:120-2
  AQC Database No. 5632


Callejas, Roger Fernandez, "A Report on Masonry in Cuba" 82:101-3
  AQC Database No. 5633


Callender, Richard Bousher, his Grand Lodge Certificate from Royal Sussex L.314* of Hospitality (1820) [PGL], now L.187 [UGL], Bristol 82:233
  AQC Database No. 5634


Calley, Thomas Charles Pleydell (d.1932), Major-General, Pro GM [KT]/[KM] (EC) (1920-1932); See: United Religious, Military and Masonic Orders [KT]/[KM] (EC)
  AQC Database No. 5635


Calliaris, Lord of; See also: Souza, Don Emanuel da, Lord of Calliaris 81:19-20, 68
  AQC Database No. 5636


Callimachus of Corinth (sculptor), and the Corinthian Order of architecture (worked in marble and metal) 82:41
  AQC Database No. 5637


Calling-off and on, (18th-C.) 84:155-6
  AQC Database No. 5638


Callistides (Callisti Xanthopoulos); See also: Nicephorus Callistus, Greek historian (14th-C.) 86:48, 64-7 passim
  AQC Database No. 5639


Callistus, Nicephorus; Ecclesiastical History (1553) (Latin), on the letter "H" [RA]; See also: reproduced (in AQC vol.69:43) 70:124
  AQC Database No. 5640


Callistus, Nicephorus; Ecclesiastical History (1553) (Latin), pages reproduced 69:42a-b
  AQC Database No. 5641


Calogeras, Frederick (Zante), Petition of Lodge Phoenix, to Grand Orient of France (GOdF) (1858) 106:221
  AQC Database No. 5642


Calotype Process (photographic), by Fox-Talbot (1839) 107:118
  AQC Database No. 5643


Calpe (formerly Rock) L.325 (IC), Gibraltar 85:252, 287
  AQC Database No. 5644


Calpe K.T. Preceptory 60, Gibraltar [KT] 99:168
  AQC Database No. 5645


Calpe L.325 (IC), Gibraltar 93:38
  AQC Database No. 5646


Calpean Ch. [RA], Gibraltar, George Augustus Vernon exalted in (1838) 106:72
  AQC Database No. 5647


Calverly, Michael, of L.442, and the Liverpool Rebellion [WGL] (1821) 85:45
  AQC Database No. 5648


Calvert, Albert F., and his association with the Q.C. Lodge 107:5; in 'The Mining News' (1914) 5; the case of fraud against him by the Grand Duchess Alexandrovna of Russia, in 'The Daily Sketch' (1923) 5
  AQC Database No. 5649


Calvert, Albert F., masonic author 104:218
  AQC Database No. 5650


Calvert, Albert F.; Old Engraved Lists (1920), (engraved list of lodges) 95:111-12
  AQC Database No. 5651


Calvert, Albert F.; The Grand Festival and the Stewards (1919) 91:193, 196; The Grand Stewards' Lodge (1920) 192
  AQC Database No. 5652


Calvert, Albert F.; Grand Lodge Secretaries (1918) 90:136
  AQC Database No. 5653


Calvert, Albert F., and an Anthony Sayer portrait 88:70, 81
  AQC Database No. 5654


Calvert, Albert F.; The Grand Stewards' and Red Apron Lodges (1917) 86:90n7,8, 92n6
  AQC Database No. 5655


Calvert, Albert F.; The Grand Stewards' and Red Apron Lodges (1917), on Serving Brethren, q. 85:3-4, q.6
  AQC Database No. 5656


Calvert, Albert F., "Peter GiLkes, 1765-1833" (with notes, etc., by C.F.W. Dyer) 84:260-84; The Grand Stewards' and Red Apron Lodges (1917) 180n2; History of Old King's Arms Lodge No.28 (ed., 1925) (L.28) 319n1; "Some Masonic Maxims of Peter Gilkes" (Transaction, Authors' Lodge, Vol.II) 260
  AQC Database No. 5657


Calvert, Albert F.; History of the Old King's Arms Loge No.28, 1725-1899. (1899) (L.28) 82:253n2; Old Engraved Lists of Masonic Lodges (1920), (facsimiles of the 1723 and 1725 List) 254, 254n2
  AQC Database No. 5658


Calvert, Albert F., George Payne, 2nd Grand Master, GM [PGL] (1718, 1720) 31:188
  AQC Database No. 5659


Calvert, Albert F., Uniforms in Lodges (Moira Lodge of Honour, L.336, Bristol) 30:121-3; Thomas Dunckerley (1724-1795) 125-6; George Payne, 2nd Grand Master, GM [PGL] (1718, 1720) 258-62
  AQC Database No. 5660


Calvert, Albert F., Uniforms in Lodges (Moira Lodge of Honour, L.336, Bristol) 29:388-9; John Wilkes (1727-1797), Politician 391-4
  AQC Database No. 5661


Calvert, Albert F., Antony Sayer, 1st Grand Master, GM [PGL] (1717) 14:181-4
  AQC Database No. 5662


Calvert, Albert F.; History of the Old King's Arms Loge No.28, 1725-1899. (1899), (L.28), reviewed 12:179-181
  AQC Database No. 5663


Calvin, John (1509-64), Protestant reformer 102:209
  AQC Database No. 5664


Calvin, John (1509-64), Protestant reformer 101:147, 156
  AQC Database No. 5665


Calvin, John (1509-64) (Jean), Protestant reformer (France/Switzerland) 95:132, 134
  AQC Database No. 5666


Calydon (Aetolian City) 108:208
  AQC Database No. 5667


Cam, H.M.; Liberties and Communities in Medieval England 99:81
  AQC Database No. 5668


Cama MS. (c.1725) [D.a.29.] (Grand Lodge Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 99:139
  AQC Database No. 5669


Cama MS. (c.1725) [D.a.29.] (Grand Lodge Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 94:21-9 passim, 38; See also: Reprinted (in QCA Vol.III)
  AQC Database No. 5670


Cama MS. (c.1725) [D.a.29.] (Grand Lodge Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 90:185
  AQC Database No. 5671


Cama MS. (c.1725) [D.a.29.] (Grand Lodge Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family), at the Library of the Quatuor Coronati Research Lodge, L.2076 (London) [UGL] 52:275
  AQC Database No. 5672


Cama MS. (c.1725) [D.a.29.] (Grand Lodge Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family), (Baxter, R.H.) The Old Charges and the Ritual 31:33-55; location (Q.C. L.2076, London), and where reproduced (QCA Vol.III) 40-44
  AQC Database No. 5673


Cama, Dorabjee Pestonjee (d.1910), G.Treasure [UGL] (1886); See also: his Obituary (in AQC vol.23:338) 92:182
  AQC Database No. 5674


Camadore, Dhanjibhoy F., init. (1873), India 104:260
  AQC Database No. 5675


Camadore, Dhanjibhoy F. (India) 103:65, 67
  AQC Database No. 5676


Camadore, Dhanjibhoy F. (fl.1876), India 92:182
  AQC Database No. 5677


Cambacérès, Jean-Jacques, Duke of Parma (1753-1824), with Napoleon's benediction, GM (GOdF) (directed) of, Grand Orient (1805-14), Supreme Council 'mother' of the Philosophical Rite (1806-18) [A&ASR]!, Rite of Kilwinning, Rite Primitif, (1807), France 107:175-176; visit to Toulouse (1807) 175
  AQC Database No. 5678


Cambacéres, Jean-Jacques, Duke of Parma (1753-1824) 100:38, 165
  AQC Database No. 5679


Cambaceres, Jean Jacques, Duc de Parme (1753-1824), GM (GOdF) (1805-14), France, (under Napoleon I) 95:215
  AQC Database No. 5680


Cambacères, Jean Jacques, Duke of Parma (1753-1824) 83:254
  AQC Database No. 5681


Cambrian L.656 of Australia [UGL] (EC), Sydney, divided and a minority did not join the new (UGL-NSW) (1888), and stayed as L.656 [UGL], joined the (UGL-NSW) in (1938) 108:93
  AQC Database No. 5682


Cambridge, (Hextall, W.B.) Summer Outing (1909), to Cambridge and Wisbech 22:116-21
  AQC Database No. 5683


Cambridge, (Williams, W.J.) King's College Chapel, Cambridge 57:272-9
  AQC Database No. 5684


Cambridge, building work at the colleges 96:66-7, 69 bis, 70-2, 73-5nn
  AQC Database No. 5685


Cambridge Chronicle and Journal and Huntingdonshire Gazett (1843) q. 88:34, 48n7
  AQC Database No. 5686


Cambridge, Great St. Mary's 100:138, 140; King's College Chapel 138, 145n68
  AQC Database No. 5687


Cambridge, HRH Adolphus Frederick, Duke of (d.1850) 93:188
  AQC Database No. 5688


Cambridge, HRH Adolphus Frederick, Duke of (d.1850) 92:35, 86
  AQC Database No. 5689


Cambridge, HRH George, 2nd Duke of (1819-1904) 99:170, 173, 176
  AQC Database No. 5690


Cambridge, King's College, its Grace q. 96:203
  AQC Database No. 5691


Cambridge, King's Hall, 'logge' (1428) at 95:182
  AQC Database No. 5692


Cambridge, masons at 98:103, 108n37
  AQC Database No. 5693


Cambridge Modern History (1896) (Vol.1), Lord Acton 107:151
  AQC Database No. 5694


Cambridge New L.515* (1793-1822), Cambridge 98:10
  AQC Database No. 5695


Cambridge New L.515* (1793-1859), Cambridge 88:36
  AQC Database No. 5696


Cambridge University, visitation (1549) 103:11
  AQC Database No. 5697


Cambridgeshire, (Hill, A.R.) Some notes on Freemasonry in Cambridgeshire in the 18th century 22:122-7
  AQC Database No. 5698


Cambridgeshire Installed Masters' L.7429, Cambridge 105:238
  AQC Database No. 5699


Cambridgeshire Year Book (Historical Supplement), on W.R. Wright & G.A. Browne 88:37, 38
  AQC Database No. 5700


Cambyses, King of Persia 93:215
  AQC Database No. 5701


Camden, William (1551-1623); Britannia (1586) 102:206
  AQC Database No. 5702


Camden, William (1551-1623), historian 100:150
  AQC Database No. 5703


Camden, William (1551-1623), historian 99:62
  AQC Database No. 5704


Camelford, Thomas Pitt, Earl of 95:194
  AQC Database No. 5705


Cameron, Charles (1746-1812), (architect) 84:250 bis; Charles Cameron, Architect to the Imperial Russian Court (1967) (Tamara Talbot Rice) 250n69
  AQC Database No. 5706


Cameron, David Kerr 107:256; The Cornkister Days (1986), the Horseman's Word, and 'North-east Lowlands of Scotland' (John R. Allan) 257
  AQC Database No. 5707


Cameron, Sir Charles Alexander, PGD (IC), Knights Templar/Malta Deputy GM [KT] (IC) (1900)!/(1911-20), Ireland 99:42
  AQC Database No. 5708


Cameron, Sir Charles Alexander, The Early Grand Encampment of Ireland [KT] (IC) 27:233
  AQC Database No. 5709


Cameron, Sir Charles Alexander, On the origin and progress of Chivalric Freemasonry in the British Isles [KT] 24:68
  AQC Database No. 5710


Cameron, Sir Charles Alexander, On the origin and progress of Chivalric Freemasonry in the British Isles [KT] 14:56-7
  AQC Database No. 5711


Cameron, Sir Charles Alexander, On the origin and progress of Chivalric Freemasonry in the British Isles [KT] 13:156-74
  AQC Database No. 5712


Camorra, the (Secret Society, Italy) 86:298
  AQC Database No. 5713


Campbell, Colen 101:170; Vitruvius Britannicus (1715-25) 164-5, q.167, q.169, 170, 175, 181, 197
  AQC Database No. 5714


Campbell, Colen; Vitruvius Britannicus (from 1715), listing in detail recent architectural works 100:134
  AQC Database No. 5715


Campbell, David A., ed.; Greek Lyric vol.3 (Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1991) (USA) 106:208n1
  AQC Database No. 5716


Campbell, Dr. 109:182-3; Biographia Britannica (1747), biography on Elias Ashmole (diary) 181, 183
  AQC Database No. 5717


Campbell, Dr. John, of Duns, and his (Irish) lodge (Royal Arch L.1657) (IC)!, and St. John L.25* (1796), L.23, Duns (SC) 90:271-6
  AQC Database No. 5718


Campbell, Dr. Menzies 86:89n4, 98; his Collection at the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh 99 bis
  AQC Database No. 5719


Campbell-Everden, William Preston, (L.R.), G.Sec. [UGL] (1912) 86:295; Freemasonry and its Etiquette (1928), (1919)!; See also: (the 1962 & 1971 ed.) [UGL] 292
  AQC Database No. 5720


Campbell-Everden, William Preston, (L.R.), G.Sec. [UGL] (1912); Freemasonry and its Etiquette (1932) 82:151, 155
  AQC Database No. 5721


Campbell, General (English), and his Pythagoras lodge (irregular, 1815), Corfu (Greece) 106:211
  AQC Database No. 5722


Campbell, General (English), takes the island of Corfu (Greece), from Napoleon I (1814) 81:225
  AQC Database No. 5723


Campbell, J.; Observations on English Government from the 10th to the 12th Century (1975) (Transaction of the Royal Historical Society) 108:234n5
  AQC Database No. 5724


Campbell, John MacNaught, Some old jewels 7:86
  AQC Database No. 5725


Campbell, John MacNaught, Chinese Secret Societies 6:193-4
  AQC Database No. 5726


Campbell, Lady Flora 93:32
  AQC Database No. 5727


Campbell, Mary ('Highland Mary'), and Robert Burns 103:220
  AQC Database No. 5728


Campbell, Robert, Provincial GM (SC) (1856), Australia 100:214, 217
  AQC Database No. 5729


Campbell's L.520 (IC) Duns, Scotland (c.1800-30), The Curious Case of (Mackay) 90:271-6
  AQC Database No. 5730


Campbell-Everden, William Preston, (L.R.), G.Sec. [UGL] (1912), on 'Stability' and 'Emulation' (Ritual), (on 'Emulation' as the ritual of the 'Lodge of Reconciliation') q. 84:278-79
  AQC Database No. 5731


Campbell-Everden, William Preston, (L.R.), G.Sec. [UGL] (1912); Freemasonry and its Etiquette (1919), (1962) (1971), (Everden, William Preston Campbell), joining member of Mount Sinai Ch.19 (1895) [RA] 83:336; on hailing sign (second lecture) q.246
  AQC Database No. 5732


Campe, Dr. Joachim Heinrich, of the German Enlightenment, Dessau 109:53
  AQC Database No. 5733


Campfield, John 81:96
  AQC Database No. 5734


Campion, Léo (b.1905), (France) (GOdF); Les Anarchists de la Francs-Maçons (1969) (Anarchists in Freemasonry), on Bakounine's masonic career 92:13n30
  AQC Database No. 5735


Campion, Léo (b.1905), (France) (GOdF), Bibliographical, concise review of his masonic book: Les anarchistes dans la Francs-Maçons (1969) (Anarchists in Freemasonry) 91:106
  AQC Database No. 5736


Campo-Formio, Treaty of (annexed the Ionian islands, to the French, when the Venetian Republic fell) (1797) 85:150n4
  AQC Database No. 5737


Cana Royal Arch Ch.116, Colne, Lancashire 99:16
  AQC Database No. 5738


Cana Royal Arch Ch.116, Colne, Lancashire 95:99
  AQC Database No. 5739


Cana Royal Arch Ch.116, Colne, Lancashire, Bicentenary of (1769-1969) [RA] (EC) 81:333-4
  AQC Database No. 5740


Cana Royal Arch Ch.116, Colne, Lancashire (Rogers, Norman) The Two oldest warranted Chapters [RA] 72:133
  AQC Database No. 5741


Cana Royal Arch Ch.116, Colne, Lancashire (Rogers, Norman) The Two oldest warranted Chapters [RA] 71:56-73, 106; its Charter 66a
  AQC Database No. 5742


Canada in the Province of Ontario, Grand Lodge of (GRC) (1855); See: Canada, Grand Lodges, "Freem@sonry" Web Site (Official WWW Grand lodge including District Grand Lodges Directory) <http://www.chaumont.com/GrandLodges.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 5743


Canada in the Province of Ontario, Grand Lodge of (GRC) (1855) 108:91
  AQC Database No. 5744


Canada in the Province of Ontario, Grand Lodge of (GRC) (1855) 106:137
  AQC Database No. 5745


Canada in the Province of Ontario, Grand Lodge of (GRC) (1855) 100:229; Grand R.A. Chapter (1857) of 230
  AQC Database No. 5746


Canada in the Province of Ontario, Grand Lodge of (GRC) (1855) 98:20-1; Constitutions q.21
  AQC Database No. 5747


Canada in the Province of Ontario, Grand Lodge of (GRC) (1855) 97:160; Grand Royal Arch Chapter of [RA] 101
  AQC Database No. 5748


Canada in the Province of Ontario, Grand Lodge of (GRC) (1855) 94:216-17, 234
  AQC Database No. 5749


Canada in the Province of Ontario, Grand Lodge of (GRC) (1855), Warrant of Constitution from, to Lodge in Jerusalem (1873), Israel 91:231
  AQC Database No. 5750


Canada in the Province of Ontario, Grand Lodge of (GRC) (1855) 90:265, 290, 297
  AQC Database No. 5751


Canada in the Province of Ontario, Grand Lodge of (GRC) (1855), its lodge (Royal Solomon Mother Lodge) in Jerusalem (1873-1903), Israel 89:211
  AQC Database No. 5752


Canada in the Province of Ontario, Grand Lodge of (GRC) (1855); Beyond the Pillars - More light on Freemasonry (1972), reviewed (Batbam) 86:291; Manual for Instructors and for Masonic Students (old standard) 291
  AQC Database No. 5753


Canada L.3527, London (initiated sixty-six members of the Canadian armed force, twenty-two joined it, and over 1,800 Canadians visited it during the second world war) 105:176
  AQC Database No. 5754


Canada, (Gould, R.F.) Masonic Celebritics No.1, The Grand Master of Canada, John Ross Robertson, GM (1890) Canada (Toronto) 3:137-8
  AQC Database No. 5755


Canada, (Hills, G.P.G.) John Ross Robertson+ (1841-1918), GM (1890) Canada (In Memoriam) 31:178-83
  AQC Database No. 5756


Canada, (McLeod, Wallace Edmond) Simon McGillivray 96:1-37
  AQC Database No. 5757


Canada, (Milborne, A.J.B.) The Provincial Grand Lodge of Quebec (1759-1792) 68:15-36, 38-55
  AQC Database No. 5758


Canada, (Robertson, John Ross) Cryptic Rite, and History of the Knights Templars [KT] 3:105-107; (MacCalla, C.P.) Freemasonry in America (USA) 123-36
  AQC Database No. 5759


Canada, (Taylor, J.E.) Freemasonry in Upper Canada at the War (1812) 73:99-114
  AQC Database No. 5760


Canada, (Taylor, J.E.) Freemasonry in Upper Canada at the War (1812) 74:105-6
  AQC Database No. 5761


Canada, (Vroom, James) "Ancient York Masonry" in British America [HG] 24:268-75
  AQC Database No. 5762


Canada, colony of (British), divided into two parts (1791), Lower Canada/Province of Quebec, Upper Canada/Province of Ontario 96:6; Provincial Grand Lodges, etc., history of, 16th/17th-century (McLeod) 1-35 passim
  AQC Database No. 5763


Canada, Grand Lodge of (1855) 109:240-2
  AQC Database No. 5764


Canada, Grand Lodge of, Brackstone Baker, PGW of, as representative of the Grand Lodge of Illinois (USA) at [UGL] (1885) 108:92
  AQC Database No. 5765


Canada, Grand Lodges; See: Canada, Grand Lodges, "Freem@sonry" Web Site (Official WWW Grand lodge including District Grand Lodges Directory) <http://www.chaumont.com/GrandLodges.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 5766


Canada, Grand Royal Arch Chapter of (c.1859) [RA] (Ontario) 99:227; (Upper Canada) Royal Arch Masonry in Ontario (1787)? [RA], the 8th Regiment of Foot and L.156/L.186 (Niagara), (A plea for accuracy) 227-9
  AQC Database No. 5767


Canada, Prince Hall Grand Lodge of, [PH], Hamilton, Ontario, (as the 'Widow's Son Grand Lodge of Canada'), founded (1851) 90:295; See: List of Grand Lodges Recognized as 'regular' (1997) [PH], Paul M. Bessel; <http://www.geocities.com/athens/1799/pha.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 5768


Canada, Provincial Grand Lodge of 106:137
  AQC Database No. 5769


Canada, Supreme Council (33() for [A&ASR] 92:49
  AQC Database No. 5770


Canada, Upper and Lower, the Colonial disturbance in (1837), 1st Earl Durham's send by Melbourne to (1838) 109:123, 147, 240; Provincial Grand Lodge of Lower Canada (-1792) [PGL], (1792) [AGL] 240; Provincial Grand Lodge of Upper Canada 240
  AQC Database No. 5771


Canada, West, Grand Lodge of, established (1859), and the consequent erasure of lodges from the English roll of many lodges, (the re-numbering question!) [UGL] 81:207
  AQC Database No. 5772


Canadaigua, (N.Y., USA) 106:131-2, 135-7
  AQC Database No. 5773


Canadian Masonic Research Association (PCMRA) 90:289
  AQC Database No. 5774


Canadian Masonic Research Association (PCMRA) 85:286
  AQC Database No. 5775


Canadian Masonic Research Association, Papers of the (PCMRA) 108:144-45
  AQC Database No. 5776


Canadian Rite Ritual 107:207; Canadian Rite 209-10
  AQC Database No. 5777


Canceaux, HMS, L.224* (1762-92) on, [RN] (Royal Navy) 104:223
  AQC Database No. 5778


Candeur, Loge La, Lodge (Strasbourg), France 109:37-8, 69, 74-5; as Provincial Grand Lodge of Franconia and Rhineland [PGL], its contact with Willermoz at Lyon (1772), and Baron von Landsberg 37-8, 49n119
  AQC Database No. 5779


Candeur, Loge La, Charleston 100:45
  AQC Database No. 5780


Candeur, Lode La, France 97:111
  AQC Database No. 5781


Candeur, Loge La, Naples 93:80
  AQC Database No. 5782


Candeur, Loge La, (Adoptive Rite), Paris 86:308
  AQC Database No. 5783


Candeur, Loge La, Lodge at Ghent (1763) 83:159, 172-3, 175
  AQC Database No. 5784


Candida (white robe) 84:286
  AQC Database No. 5785


Candidates, (Carr, Harry) Eligibility of Candidates 80:310-14
  AQC Database No. 5786


Candidates, (Carr, Harry) Improper Solicitation (Q.50) 77:296-9
  AQC Database No. 5787


Candidates, (Dashwood, J.R.) What shall we tell the Candidate? 77:262-6
  AQC Database No. 5788


Candidates, (Grand Lodge of Scotland) The Candidate: (the E.A.), (the F.C.), (the M.M.) 76:121-36
  AQC Database No. 5789


Candidates, applications, qualifications of 84:285-6; initiation of 288-93; preparation of 286-8
  AQC Database No. 5790


Candidates, Booklets for 87:208
  AQC Database No. 5791


Candidates, examination of, in Jersey (1813-17) 86:193-4
  AQC Database No. 5792


Candidates, in early speculative lodges (craft) 100:91-2
  AQC Database No. 5793


Candidates, limited to two on one day 85:210
  AQC Database No. 5794


Candidates, non-conforming (religion/declaration) (Q.118) 83:380-81
  AQC Database No. 5795


Candle-Boxes, (Still, Percy) A Masonic candle-box 72:60
  AQC Database No. 5796


Candles, black, symbolic 106:190
  AQC Database No. 5797


Candles, position in Moderns' Lodges [PGL] 83:117
  AQC Database No. 5798


Candlesticks, (Carr, Harry) Pillars and Clobes, Columns and Candlesticks 75:204-11
  AQC Database No. 5799


Candour, L.337 of (1812), Uppermill, Yorkshire 93:148
  AQC Database No. 5800


Candour, L.337 of, Uppermill 90:120
  AQC Database No. 5801


Candour, L.337 of, Uppermill, (Ibberson, W.G.) Curious Masonic furniture 72:126
  AQC Database No. 5802


Candour, Lodge of (1772), Strasbourg 86:15
  AQC Database No. 5803


Canning, Charles John (1812-62), Earl of, Gov-Gen. (1856) and 1st Viceroy (1858) of India 103:54-5
  AQC Database No. 5804


Canning, George (1770-1827), instrumental in the liberation of Greece (c.1815) 106:215
  AQC Database No. 5805


Canning, George (1770-1827), statesman and author 101:6
  AQC Database No. 5806


Canning, Lord, nominated Ambassador to St. Petersburg by Foreign Secretary Lord Palmerston, but refused by the Russian Czar, replaced by the 1st Earl Durham (1835) 109:122
  AQC Database No. 5807


Cannito, Giovanni Gironda, Prince of 93:85, 87
  AQC Database No. 5808


Cannon, A.J.S.; A list of the Old and Rare Books in the Library of Freemasons' Hall (1937-8) 92:135
  AQC Database No. 5809


Cannon tavern, L.4 (A) (1751-65) at the; See also: (in AQC vol.19:95) 94:144, 147, 151
  AQC Database No. 5810


Canon Law (1917) (R.C.), Code of (Roman Catholic) 104:51, 56-7, 63, 65, 69; Canon-1325 q.67; Canon-2335 q.56-7, 62-5, 69-70, 73, 79, 89, 92-3
  AQC Database No. 5811


Canon Law (1917) (R.C.), Code of (Roman Catholic), by Pope Benedict XV, its discipline on Masonry (Canon-2335, Canon-1399, Canon-684) q. 81:232-4
  AQC Database No. 5812


Canon Law (1983) (R.C.), Code of (Roman Catholic), by Pope Paul VI (1965) 104:63-6, 70, 89; Canon-215 64, 65, Canon-278 q.64; Canon-751 q.67; Canon-1374 q.63, 64, 79, 90
  AQC Database No. 5813


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh, Robert Burns joining member and Poet Laureate of (1787), Henry Mackenzie a member 109:6
  AQC Database No. 5814


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh, and Robert Burns (1786-7) 103:221
  AQC Database No. 5815


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh, and Robert Thomas Crucefix (1840) 102:145
  AQC Database No. 5816


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh, (both wardens i the west), oldest lodge-room in the world, pre-1677, now also used by the Grand Lodge of the Royal Order of Scotland [ROS] 98:187
  AQC Database No. 5817


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh, formed by eleven masons, chartered by Mother Kilwinning (1677) 96:121
  AQC Database No. 5818


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh, Robert Burns in (1787) 93:9
  AQC Database No. 5819


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh, chartered by Mother Kilwinning (1677) 91:21n27
  AQC Database No. 5820


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh (Scotland) 89:107n8
  AQC Database No. 5821


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh 88:85
  AQC Database No. 5822


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh, and the Edinburgh Rebellion (1808-13) 86:324
  AQC Database No. 5823


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh, Mackenzie Hon. member of (1876) 85:244, 263n3, 268
  AQC Database No. 5824


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh (Scotland), Consecration of its Lodge Room (1736), (oldest in the world, still in use) 83:10, 366; History of (1888) (Mackenzie, Allan); See also: Now hall also used by [ROS] 10n3
  AQC Database No. 5825


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh, Scotland, created by Mother Kilwinning (1677) 82:301; presents mother Lodge with "Sett of Songs" (1735) 302
  AQC Database No. 5826


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh, Scotland, created (1677) by Mother Kilwinning L.0 (SC) 73:128
  AQC Database No. 5827


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh, History of the Lodge Canongate Kilwinning, No.2, 1677-1888. (1888) (Mackenzie, Allan) 66:42
  AQC Database No. 5828


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh, Scotland, the Lodge Room of, [KT]/[ROS], etc. (1930) 43:144a
  AQC Database No. 5829


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh, (Murray, A.A.A.) Freeman and Cowan, with special reference to the records of Lodge Canongate Kilwinning 21:185-203
  AQC Database No. 5830


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh, Robert Burns (1759-1796), as Poet Laureate to the Lodge (1787) 3:103
  AQC Database No. 5831


Canongate Kilwinning, L.2 (SC), Edinburgh, History of the Lodge Canongate Kilwinning, No.2, 1677-1888. (1888) (Mackenzie, Allan), (L.2) (SC), Edinburgh, Scotland, reviewed (Hughan) 1:211-12
  AQC Database No. 5832


Canonici Templi Domini, Chapter founded earlier than the Order of the Temple [KT], and the first Templar Knights received hospitality in a church build by the Clerks over the ruins of Salomon's Temple [KST] - according to Starck (Klerikats) legend 109:30, 46n69
  AQC Database No. 5833


Cant, Reginald, and York Minster 99:224
  AQC Database No. 5834


Cant, Thomas, of the Lodge or Board of Installed Masters (IM), (WM) 89:40-1, 46
  AQC Database No. 5835


Cantabrigia L.3532, Cambridge 105:176
  AQC Database No. 5836


Canterbury, (Bywater, W.M.) St. Gabriel's, Canterbury 6:157-9
  AQC Database No. 5837


Canterbury, (Crawley, W.J. Chetwode), Freemasonry at Canterbury in (1732), in the three Masonic (Sloane/Aubrey/Rawlinson MSS.) in the Bodleian Library 33:186-7, 243; (Horsley, J.W.) Church of the Four Crowned Martyrs at Canterbury 73; (Tuckett, J.E.S.) Mellitus, Archbishop of Canterbury (A.D. 619-624), and the Quatuor Coronati 73
  AQC Database No. 5838


Canterbury, (Pope, Sydney) Inaugural Address (1953), Freemasonry in Canterbury in the 18th century 67:3-7
  AQC Database No. 5839


Canterbury, (Pope, Sydney) Military lodges and military masons in East Kent during the 18th and early 19th century 61:77-113; Attack upon Freemasonry at Canterbury (1732) [Pamphlet] 103-4
  AQC Database No. 5840


Canterbury, (Pope, Sydney) The Carpenters Company (Gilds) of the City of Canterbury 56:114-27
  AQC Database No. 5841


Canterbury, (Pope, Sydney) Freemasonry in Canterbury and Provincial Grand Lodge (1785-1809), and Dr. Perfect, Provincial GM of Kent (1795-1909) 52:6-58
  AQC Database No. 5842


Canterbury, (Songhurst, W.J.) Freemasonry in Cantebury 46:314-19
  AQC Database No. 5843


Canterbury, (Vibert, A.L.) Summer Outing (1933), to East Kent 46:307-13
  AQC Database No. 5844


Canterbury Cathedral 107:200
  AQC Database No. 5845


Canterbury Discovery, The (1802), (hudibrastic print), Thompson 107:41
  AQC Database No. 5846


Canterbury Priory 106:21
  AQC Database No. 5847


Canterbury, Register of the Prior of 98:98
  AQC Database No. 5848


Canticles Rabba (1:12), in the 'Midrash' (VSL!), on the sprig of acacia 107:190
  AQC Database No. 5849


Cantores Medicini, singers of the R.M.H., recording by, reviewed (Smyth) 89:194-5
  AQC Database No. 5850


Cantwell's Bridge, Delaware, Lodge (1765) at (USA) 90:223
  AQC Database No. 5851


Canute (Cnut) (996-1035), King of England (1016, 1018-35), Danish Viking (Knud, The Great) (son of Sweyn Forkbeard), King of Denmark (1018-35) & Norway (1028-35) [SKA] 99:64, 80
  AQC Database No. 5852


Capbell, B.B., (MP), Provincial GM, Norfork (1854-74) 106:72, 79
  AQC Database No. 5853


Cape Argus, The (1900), newspaper 105:254-5
  AQC Database No. 5854


Cape Argus, The (1966) newspaper (South Africa), G.R. Lane; The Ark: Did Russia destroy it? (etc.) 87:252
  AQC Database No. 5855


Cape Club, (Mackay A.M.) Cavin Wilson "Poet Laureat" to the Lodge of St. David 25:258-75, 277-8
  AQC Database No. 5856


Cape Times, The (1898), 'South African Masonry, Historical Jottings', reviewed 11:156
  AQC Database No. 5857


Cape Times, The (1899) 93:55; Dr. Dieperink's obituary (1899) q.57
  AQC Database No. 5858


Cape Times, The (1965), John Libi located the Ark at Mount Ararat (1958) 87:251-2, 254
  AQC Database No. 5859


Capgrave, John (1393-1464), friar and historian 99:62
  AQC Database No. 5860


Capodistrias, Count John (John of Capodistria) 94:78, 90
  AQC Database No. 5861


Cappa Clausa, an ankle length monastic cassock, early daily wearing of the Hospitallers [KH] 91:47
  AQC Database No. 5862


Caprile, Fr. P. Giovanni, (SJ), writer on Freemasonry 104:58-9, q.61, q.62, 69-70, 76, 93
  AQC Database No. 5863


Caprile, P. Giovanni, (SJ), statement by in 'Civilita Cattolica', on Catholic Masons (R.C.) q. 87:221-2
  AQC Database No. 5864


Capron, Jean-François, dental surgeon to King Louis XV (Ruspini worked under) (1758) 86:87, 87n3
  AQC Database No. 5865


Carabiniers' L.577 (IC) (1780-1858), in the 3rd Irish Horse 96:99-101
  AQC Database No. 5866


Caracciolo, Abbot Kiliano (Naples) 93:80-1, 87
  AQC Database No. 5867


Caracciolo, Admiral Francesco (d.1799) 93:92
  AQC Database No. 5868


Caracciolo, Admiral Franseco (d.1799) (Commodore), of the Neapolitan Navy, hanged by Lord Nelson (on a British man-of-war), for rebelling against his Sovereign Ferdinand of Naples (1799) 83:86
  AQC Database No. 5869


Caracciolo, Joseph de (de St. Erasmus), Neapolitan Knight and Knight of Malta [KH], and member of Secrecy and Harmony L.539 (1791), Malta 83:81, 86, 88
  AQC Database No. 5870


Caradoc of Lancarvan (12th-C.), historian 99:58
  AQC Database No. 5871


Caramanico, Francesco d'Aquino, Prince of, GM, Naples (1773-5) 98:205-6
  AQC Database No. 5872


Caramanico, Francesco d'Aquino, Prince of 93:81-2, 85, 87
  AQC Database No. 5873


Carbonari Association (Italy) 107:231
  AQC Database No. 5874


Carbonari Lodge in Alexander, formed by Italians (1830) 81:210; founded another Lodge 'Menes', and Samuel Honnis, init. in the Isis lodge (Memphis Rite), and his French lodges in Alexander (1845), Port Said, Suez, Ismailia and Cairo, with Emir Abd el Kader el Gazaieri and Salvator Zola 210
  AQC Database No. 5875


Carbonari, the (Italy) 104:68-9, 73, 82
  AQC Database No. 5876


Carbonari, the (Italy) 101:141
  AQC Database No. 5877


Carbonari, the (Italy) 100:173, 177
  AQC Database No. 5878


Carbonari, the (Italy), aimed at desposing the Pope of his State (19th-C.) 89:65
  AQC Database No. 5879


Carbonari, the (Italy) 88:107
  AQC Database No. 5880


Carbonari, the (Italy) 86:298, 299
  AQC Database No. 5881


Carbonari, the (Italy) 85:160, 173, 175, 181; the obligation of q.175
  AQC Database No. 5882


Carbonari, (Radice, F.R.), The French Charbonnerie in the 19th century 60:106-16
  AQC Database No. 5883


Carbonari, (Radice, F.R.), An Introduction to the History of the Carbonari (Charbonnerie, Italy & France) 54:35-67, 122-78
  AQC Database No. 5884


Carbonari, (Radice, F.R.), An Introduction to the History of the Carbonari (Charbonnerie, Italy & France) 53:48-143
  AQC Database No. 5885


Carbonari, (Radice, F.R.), An Introduction to the History of the Carbonari (Charbonnerie, Italy & France) 52:63-136
  AQC Database No. 5886


Carbonari, (Radice, F.R.), An Introduction to the History of the Carbonari (Charbonnerie, Italy & France) 51:37-97
  AQC Database No. 5887


Carbonari, (Crowe, F.J.W.), The Fendeurs 23:205-6
  AQC Database No. 5888


Carbonari, (Crowe, F.J.W.), The Fendeurs 22:37-55
  AQC Database No. 5889


Carbonari, (Crowe, F.J.W.), Curious Carbonari Certificate 16:163-70
  AQC Database No. 5890


Card, Cornelius (Jamaica), his letter (1819) to Grand Lodge [UGL] q. 93:66-7
  AQC Database No. 5891


cardinal virtues, the (Fortitude, Prudence, Justice and Temperance) 101:2, 228-9
  AQC Database No. 5892


cardinal virtues, depicted on Lodge certificates 82:187, 190, 201
  AQC Database No. 5893


Caresse, as intermediary to Comte de Clermont (1751), for Tiphaine of New Orleans (USA) 107:167
  AQC Database No. 5894


Carey, Esquire, said to have been Surgeon to HRH Frederick, Prince of Wales, init. (1737), in the 'Mock Masons' print (London Daily Post) (1740/41) 107:236
  AQC Database No. 5895


Carey, Esquire, G.Stwd (1740) 104:37, 42, 49
  AQC Database No. 5896


Carey, Esquire, (Crawley, W.J. Chetwode), Mock Masonry in the 18th century 30:123-5
  AQC Database No. 5897


Carey, Esquire, (Crawley, W.J. Chetwode), Mock Masonry in the 18th century 18:129-46
  AQC Database No. 5898


Carey, Henry (fl.1729) q. 93:18-19
  AQC Database No. 5899


Carey, Squire (fl.1742) 93:19, 20
  AQC Database No. 5900


Caritat, Antoine, Marquis de Condorcet (1743-1794), mathematician and philosopher, possible member of Lodge Les Neuf Sæurs (Nine Muses), Paris 109:9
  AQC Database No. 5901


Carl of the Three Griffins, Lodge at Greifswald (Germany) (Sewen Years War), Daughter Lodge of 'Lodge of the Swedish Army' (c.1760/70s) [SKA] 83:258
  AQC Database No. 5902


Carl XIII (1748-1818), (Karl XIII) (formerly Duke of Södermanland), King of Sweden (1809-1818), King of Norway (1814-1818), GM [SKA] (Sweden), init. [HG] (1770), his struggle for leadership of the Strict Observance Rite [OS] (VIIth Province), against Friedrich of Brunswick (1776), accepted Karl von Hessen-Dramstadt as Deputy GM [OS] (1776) 109:37, 48-9n114; writes to Charles Edward Stuart (the 'Young Pretender'), (via Wächter) (c.1779), to be confirmed in his title of Provincial GM, resulting in his resignation from [OS] (c.1779) 40; Order of (R&K) [SKA] 97-8, 110n12
  AQC Database No. 5903


Carl XIII (1748-1818), (Charles/Karl XIII) (formerly Duke of Södermanland), Royal (masonic) Order of, created 27th May (1811) by edict of the King, GM [SKA] (SFMO), new Knights made on St. Charles' Day (27th January), [SKA] 108:83-85; as Provincial GM of the German Strict Observance [OS], and as Vicarius Salomonis (VSV) (1780) 115
  AQC Database No. 5904


Carl XIII (1748-1818), (Karl XIII) (formerly Duke of Södermanland), GM [OS] (1778) (succeeding von Hund), King of Sweden (1809-1818), GM [SKA] (VSV) of the National Grand Lodge of Sweden (SFMO) 107:260
  AQC Database No. 5905


Carl XIII (1748-1818), (Karl XIII) (formerly Duke of Södermanland), later King Charles XIII of Sweden (Karl/Carl XIII) (1809-1818), GM [SKA], Sweden [OS] (1778), later National Grand Lodge of Sweden (SFMO) 84:249 bis
  AQC Database No. 5906


Carl XIII (1748-1818), (Karl XIII) (formerly Duke of Södermanland), King of Sweden (1809-1818), King of Norway (1814-1818), init. (1770) [SKA] 83:258
  AQC Database No. 5907


Carl XIV (1763-1844), (Karl XIV Johan), (formerly Jean Baptiste Bernadotte), King of Sweden & Norway (1818-1844), Sovereign GM [SKA] (VSV) of the National Grand Lodge of Sweden (SFMO) 107:260
  AQC Database No. 5908


Carl XIV (1763-1844), (Karl XIV Johan), (formerly Jean Baptiste Bernadotte), King of Sweden (1818-1844), (Quistgaard, Harold) King Charles XIV John of Sweden as a Freemason, Sovereign GM [SKA] (SFMO) 74:71-2
  AQC Database No. 5909


Carl XV (1826-1872), (Charles XV), King of Sweden (1857-1872), Sovereign GM [SKA] (SFMO) 109:97, 107, 111n44, 112n61, 113n63
  AQC Database No. 5910


Carl XV (1826-1872), (Charles XV), King of Sweden & Norway (1857/1859-1872), Sovereign GM [SKA] (VSV) of the National Grand Lodge of Sweden (SFMO) 108:83-84, 86, 120; as GM (SFMO) Sweden 116, 120; as Vicarius Salomonis (VSV) 116
  AQC Database No. 5911


Carl XV (1826-1872), (Karl XV), King of Sweden & Norway (1857/1859-1872), Sovereign GM [SKA] (VSV) of the National Grand Lodge of Sweden (SFMO) 107:260
  AQC Database No. 5912


Carl XV (1826-1872), (Karl XV/Charles XV), King of Sweden & Norway (1857-72), Sovereign GM [SKA] (VSV), Grand (Land) Lodge of Sweden (SFMO), initiated Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) in all ten degrees of the 'Swedish Rite' [SKA] (1868), in Stockholm; See also: (in AQC vol.72:76-97) 106:80-1
  AQC Database No. 5913


Carl XVI Gustaf (b.1945), King of Sweden (1973-), not a mason (SFMO) [SKA] 109:114n86
  AQC Database No. 5914


Carl; See also: Karl - or: Charles
  AQC Database No. 5915


Carlier, of Elect Masters Lodge (1756), New Orleans (USA) 107:168; (1769) 170
  AQC Database No. 5916


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843); Manual of Freemasonry (3rd ed. 1845), mass-produced [Exposure], of additional degrees [RA]/[KT] 106:87; Part III (London 1837) 'Elect of Nine' (9() [A&ASR] 164, 170n33,34
  AQC Database No. 5917


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843); Manual of Freemasonry (1st ed. 1836) [Exposure] 105:155; The Republican (1825) 160n5,6
  AQC Database No. 5918


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843) 103:194-5, 201n27-9, Manual of Freemasonry (1836) [Exposure] 134
  AQC Database No. 5919


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843) 102:61, 88; The Republican (1825) q.89
  AQC Database No. 5920


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843) 101:140; Manual of Freemasonry (1836) [Exposure], compared with Claret's ritual; See also: 'Richard Carlile: his life and Masonic writings' (in AQC vol.49:83-121, 92) 246-7; The Republican (1825), periodical 140
  AQC Database No. 5921


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843), free-thinker 100:92; Gauntlet (1834) 95, 99-100, 106n55-6, 108n130
  AQC Database No. 5922


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843), radical free-thinker (free-speech) 99:155, 161, 166n9
  AQC Database No. 5923


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843); Manual of Freemasonry (Part I & II) (The Royal Arch Lectures) [RA] (1836) [Exposure] 95:52
  AQC Database No. 5924


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843) 94:3 bis, 247; Manual of Freemasonry (1836) [Exposure] 3
  AQC Database No. 5925


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843); Manual of Freemasonry (1836) [Exposure] 93:147, 156
  AQC Database No. 5926


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843), in 'The Republican' (1825) (Exposure of Craft Ritual), on Board of (WM) (1825) [Exposure] 92:223
  AQC Database No. 5927


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843); Manual of Freemasonry (Part III) (Red Cross of Rome and Constantine) [RCC] & [KT] (1836) [Exposure] 91:134
  AQC Database No. 5928


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843), in 'The Republican' (1825), (Exposure of Craft Ritual) 89:46, 197, 199
  AQC Database No. 5929


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843) 87:12; Exposure of Freemasonry (1st edn., 1831) [Exposure] 159, 159n2, 161, 165, 182, 187; in 'The Republican' (1825) 11, 177
  AQC Database No. 5930


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843); Exposure of Freemasonry (1831) 86:158, 161, 163; Manual of Freemasonry (1853, et seq.) [Exposure] 158n5, 162, 259; his exposure of Craft and Royal Arch Ritual in 'The Republican' (1825) 51, 157, q.258-9, 263; a ritual bibliography 161-2; 'Richard Carlile, his Life and Masonic Writings' (Fenton, in AQC vol.49:83-121) 157n3
  AQC Database No. 5931


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843), in 'The Republican' (1825), (Exposure of Craft Ritual) 85:179, 180, q.365, 369
  AQC Database No. 5932


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843) 84:121-2, 136, 140; Manual of Freemasonry (1836) [Exposure] 56, 276n2; in 'The Republican' (1825) 56, 140, q.324-5
  AQC Database No. 5933


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843), in 'The Republican' (1825), (Exposure of Craft Ritual) 83:246; on the hailing sign q.240, 246, q.314
  AQC Database No. 5934


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843), his Exposure in 'The Republican' (1825) & (1831), and as 'The Manual of Freemasonry' (1836), [RA], [KT], [Exposure] 82:215; (Q.106) 327
  AQC Database No. 5935


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843), his Exposure in serial form in 'The Republican' (1825), containing Red Cross of Constantine [RCC] ceremonies, under various headings [KT] 76:79
  AQC Database No. 5936


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843), (Fenton, S.J.) Richard Carlile: his life and Masonic writings 55:155
  AQC Database No. 5937


Carlile, Richard (1790-1843), (Fenton, S.J.) Richard Carlile: his life and Masonic writings 49:83-121
  AQC Database No. 5938


Carlini, A., sculptor 87:247
  AQC Database No. 5939


Carlisle, Pennsylvania, L.56 (Pa.) (1792) 99:39
  AQC Database No. 5940


Carlo Goldoni, Freemason and his Comedy: Le Donne Curiose (The Inquisitive Women), Massimo Maggiore (translated by Bro. Edward E. Stolper) 107:237-40
  AQC Database No. 5941


Carlos III, King of Spain (1759-1788), Miranda serving (1771) 94:83, 89
  AQC Database No. 5942


Carlow Royal Arch L.524 (IC), Carlow, its R.A. By-Laws [RA] 86:60
  AQC Database No. 5943


Carlton Club, 2nd Earl of Lathom, Edward George Bootle-Wilbrahm, member of 108:109
  AQC Database No. 5944


Carlyle, Thomas (1795-1881) 107:125, 148, 151-2
  AQC Database No. 5945


Carlyle, Thomas (1795-1881) 105:243
  AQC Database No. 5946


Carlyle, Thomas (1795-1881), on music 103:150
  AQC Database No. 5947


Carmarthen, (Hextall, W.B.) Lodges at Carmarthen 24:180
  AQC Database No. 5948


Carmarthen, L.34* (1724-50) at 104:37
  AQC Database No. 5949


Carmel L.1085 (SC), Haifa 89:212
  AQC Database No. 5950


Carmicelli, Americo 94:92; La Masonería en la Independencia de América (1970) 97, 99, 105, 165
  AQC Database No. 5951


Carmick MS. (1727) [H.7.] (Sundry MSS. Versions) (Thomas Carmick MS.) 107:23
  AQC Database No. 5952


Carmick MS. (1727) [H.7.] (Sundry MSS. Versions) (Thomas Carmick MS.) 101:211
  AQC Database No. 5953


Carmick MS. (1727) [H.7.] (Sundry MSS. Versions) (Thomas Carmick MS.) 99:142
  AQC Database No. 5954


Carmick MS. (1727) [H.7.] (Sundry MSS. Versions) (Thomas Carmick MS.) 96:107-9
  AQC Database No. 5955


Carmick MS. (1727) [H.7.] (Sundry MSS. Versions) (Thomas Carmick MS.) 95:114
  AQC Database No. 5956


Carmick MS. (1727) [H.7.] (Sundry MSS. Versions) (Thomas Carmick MS.) 92:140
  AQC Database No. 5957


Carmick MS. (1727) [H.7.] (Sundry MSS. Versions) (Thomas Carmick MS.) 90:186
  AQC Database No. 5958


Carmick MS. (1727) [H.7.] (Sundry MSS. Versions) (Thomas Carmick MS.), (version of the Old Charges) 84:216
  AQC Database No. 5959


Carmick MS. (1727) [H.7.] (Sundry MSS. Versions) (Thomas Carmick MS.), (Baxter, R.H.) The Old Charges and the Ritual 31:33-55; location (G.L. Pennsylvania, U.S.A.), and where reproduced (AQC vol.22:95) 40-44
  AQC Database No. 5960


Carmick MS. (1727) [H.7.] (Sundry MSS. Versions) (Thomas Carmick MS.), (Hughan, W.J.) The 'Thomas Carmick MS.', and the introduction of Freemasonry into Philadelphia (USA) 22:95-115
  AQC Database No. 5961


Carna MS.; See: Cama MS. (c.1725) [D.a.29.] (Grand Lodge Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family), at the Library of the Quatuor Coronati Research Lodge, L.2076 (London) [UGL] 52:275
  AQC Database No. 5962


Carnarvon, Henry Brydges (1708?-1771), Marquis of, later Duke of Chandos (1744), GM [PGL] (1738) 82:316
  AQC Database No. 5963


Carnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert (1831-90), 4th Earl of, Pro GM [UGL] (1874-90), on the regularity of exclusively Christian Grand Lodges, as in Sweden (SFMO) & in Denmark (DDFO) [SKA] 109:107, 112n55
  AQC Database No. 5964


Carnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert (1831-90), 4th Earl of, Pro GM [UGL] (1874-90) 108:4, 86-87, 90, 93-95, 98-99, 101-5, 108, 112-13, 120; in (DNB) 107n15; init. (1856) in Westminster & Keystone L.10, and Master (WM) of (1856) 105; as Deputy (1857-60) and GM Mark (1860-62) (EC) 105; as Deputy GM [UGL] (1870-74) 86; as Pro GM [UGL] (1874-90) 4; as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 105; as Under Secretary of State for the Colonies 4-5; Grand Lodge on his death (1890) 105
  AQC Database No. 5965


Carnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert (1831-90), 4th Earl of, Pro GM [UGL] (1874-90), Deputy GM [UGL] (1870-4), Provincial GM (Somerset) (1868-90), Deputy GM Mark (EC) (1857-60), GM Mark Grand Lodge (EC) (1860-3) 106:78-83, 85-6, 90, 92, 101, 112, 117n37
  AQC Database No. 5966


Carnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert (1831-90), 4th Earl of, Pro GM [UGL] (1874-90) 99:115
  AQC Database No. 5967


Carnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert (1831-90), 4th Earl of, Pro GM [UGL] (1874-90) 98:78
  AQC Database No. 5968


Carnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert (1831-90), 4th Earl of, Pro GM [UGL] (1874-90) 93:54
  AQC Database No. 5969


Carnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert (1831-90), 4th Earl of, Pro GM [UGL] (1874-90) 86:115
  AQC Database No. 5970


Carnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert (1831-90), 4th Earl of, Pro GM [UGL] (1874-90), instrumental in forming the United Grand Lodge of New South Wales (UGL-NSW) (1888), Australia 84:23-4
  AQC Database No. 5971


Carnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert (1831-90), 4th Earl of, Pro GM [UGL] (1874-90) 81:352
  AQC Database No. 5972


Carnarvon, James (1731-89), Marquess of, later 3rd Duke of Chandos (1771), GM [PGL] (1754-6) 90:108, 110
  AQC Database No. 5973


Carnarvon L.804, Havant 105:139
  AQC Database No. 5974


Carnarvon Mark L.7 (1857) 91:66
  AQC Database No. 5975


Carnatic L.2031 (now L.39 (India)), Madras 92:182, 183 bis
  AQC Database No. 5976


Carnatic Military Lodge (1812-23), Madras 92:178
  AQC Database No. 5977


Carnegie, Dale; Public Speaking and Influencing Men in Business (1926), rep. N.Y. (1955) 106:209n14
  AQC Database No. 5978


Carnes, Mark C.; Secret Ritual and Manhood in Victorian America (1989) 108:8
  AQC Database No. 5979


Carnes, Mark C.; Secret Ritual and Manhood in Victorian America (1989), reviewed (Smyth) 104:242-3
  AQC Database No. 5980


Carnicelli, Américo (Colombia), masonic historian 104:169, 171, 176
  AQC Database No. 5981


Carnicelli, Américo (Colombia), masonic historian 95:206n1,2,4,6
  AQC Database No. 5982


Carnicelli, Américo; La Masonería en la Independencia de América (1970) 90:238, 239 bis, 245, 248
  AQC Database No. 5983


Carnicelli, Americo (Colombia) 89:94
  AQC Database No. 5984


Carny, Lucien, (writes in); Les Compagnons en France et en Europe (1970s) (ed. A. Eyrein) (travelling Compagnons, Scotland and Melrose Abbey) 87:244, 245
  AQC Database No. 5985


Carol, Lewis; Through the Looking Glass and what Alice found there (1872) 106:122
  AQC Database No. 5986


Caroline, Queen of Naples 83:265
  AQC Database No. 5987


Carolus of our Ancient MSS. (John Yarker) 19:31-5
  AQC Database No. 5988


Carolus Secundus (Charles II of France), Charles Martel? 102:186-8
  AQC Database No. 5989


Carolus Secundus (Charles II of France), (823-877) ('the Bald') 99:45, 83, 86-7; Charlemagne? 86; Charles Martel? 82
  AQC Database No. 5990


Carpenter (as an Anglo-Norman word) 90:326, 327
  AQC Database No. 5991


Carpenter, A.J.; A Retrospect of the Burrell Lodge, No.1829. Comming of Age. (1900), (L.1829), reviewed 14:87
  AQC Database No. 5992


Carpenter, George, 2nd Lord, SGW (1730) 98:72, 162, 163
  AQC Database No. 5993


Carpenter, George, 2nd Lord (d.1749), (Fisher, W.G.) A Cavalcade of Freemasons (1731) 74:35-6
  AQC Database No. 5994


Carpenter, Richard, init. (1779) in the Strong Man L.57* (now L.45), member of Dundee Arms L.9* (1785) (now L.18), of True Friendship L.250* (1787) (now L.160), of Emulation L.12* (1788) (now L.21), Engraver/printer of Lodge certificates 82:191, 204
  AQC Database No. 5995


Carpenter, U.W. (SC), JGW, Grand Lodge of New South Wales (NSW) (1877), Australia 84:11
  AQC Database No. 5996


Carpenter, William; The Rosicrucian (1870) (Magazine) [SRIA], on Eliphas Lévi's books, and the alleged occult significance of the Tarot cards 85:255n3
  AQC Database No. 5997


Carpenter, William, of the early S.R.I.A. [SRIA] (c.1865) (Rosicrucian) 1:54
  AQC Database No. 5998


Carpenters' Company, Canterbury, (Pope, Sydney) The Carpenters' Company of the City of Canterbury 56:114-27
  AQC Database No. 5999


Carpenters' Company of London, (Crowe. F.T.W.) The Free Carpenters 27:5-19
  AQC Database No. 6000


Carpenters' Company of London, (Hills, G.P.G.) Some usages and legends of crafts kindred to Masonry 28:115-38
  AQC Database No. 6001


Carpenters' trade clubs and societies 100:95
  AQC Database No. 6002


Carphophorus, Roman soldier and Christian martyr 88:vi
  AQC Database No. 6003


Carr, E.H., the Trevelyan Lectures (1961) (Historic), using 'Stresemanns Vermachtnis' for lessons on historical methodology for masonic researchers 107:150; What is History (1964) 152n3
  AQC Database No. 6004


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 109:92, 258, 263; The Early French Exposures, 1731-51. (1971) 92, 95n57, 232n7; The Freemason at Work (1976) 92; on the Mason Word in 'purest tymes' (1560s) (in AQC vol.85:217-41) q.263-4; Harry Carr's World of Freemasonry (1983) 92; Samuel Prichard's Masonry Dissected (1977) 95n58; 'Six Hundred Years of Craft Ritual' (in AQC vol.81:153-205) 92
  AQC Database No. 6005


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 108:2, 5, 8, 55, 65, 247; on Stukeley and Ashmole, about esoteric knowledge (in AQC vol.100:153) 61n60; editor, facimile edition of AQC vol.1 (1963) 8n; 'Grand Lodge 1717-1967.' (ed. Frere, 1967) 59n8, 65; 'The Lodge at Haughfoot' (in AQC vol.63:255-303) q.2
  AQC Database No. 6006


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 107:2, 54, 82, 188; Early French Exposures, The (1971) ed. [EFE] 192; Freemason at Work, The (1976) 25, 189; Harry Carr's World of Freemasonry (1983) 56, 197n13,14
  AQC Database No. 6007


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 106:16-17, 36-7, 53-4, 63, 66, 236, 239, q.240; The Collected Prestonian Lectures 1925-1960. (1965) [PL] 208; ed. of Early French Exposures (1731-51), (1971) [EFE] 54, 64, q.59, 60, 142, 151-3n1,2,6,7,15,23,29, 170-1n9-12,45, 239; 'Pillars and Globes, Columns and Candlesticks' (in AQC vol.75:204) 236; '600 Years of Craft Ritual' (in AQC vol.81:153-205) 142
  AQC Database No. 6008


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), Master (WM) of Quatuor Coronati L.2076 (1958) 105:25, 37; ed. (AQC), Early French Exposures [EFE] (1971) 5, 119, 251; The Freemason at Work (1976) 9; Harry Carr's World of Freemason at Work (1976) 9; Harry Carr's World of Freemasonry (1984) 133
  AQC Database No. 6009


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 104:258, 265-6; ed. The Early French Exposures [EFE] (1971) 131, 134
  AQC Database No. 6010


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 103:76, 77n4, 101, 110, 114, 119, 253; on the Light of a M.M. q.196; The Early French Exposures [EFE] (1971) 241, 261; The Freemason at Work (1976), on the Arms of [UGL] 265
  AQC Database No. 6011


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) q. 102:24, 41-2n3, 42n7, 48, 56, q.77, 99; on Masonry Dissected [MD] q.103-4, 125-6; on the M.M.'s words 164-5, 170; The Meaning of the Word Passing (2() (Q.) 254-5, ed. Early French Exposures [EFE] (1971) q.107, 124, 130, 244; Freemason at Work (1976) 94, q.246; World of Freemasonry (1983) 56, 58
  AQC Database No. 6012


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 101:67, 103, 186, 191, 196, q.249; ed. The Early French Exposures [EFE] (1971) 49; The Freemason at Work (1976) 196, q.227, q.230; Harry Carr's World of Freemasonry (1984) 146, 196; ed. Minutes of the Lodge of Edinburgh, L.1 (SC) (1962) q.190, 196
  AQC Database No. 6013


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 100:110-11, 148, 152, 159
  AQC Database No. 6014


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 99:120, 212, 236; as Secretary of the lodge (1961-73) (AQC) 113; on the Landmarks 197
  AQC Database No. 6015


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 98:vi, q.19, 217; ed. The Early French Exposures [EFE] (1971) 218; The Freemasons at Work (1976) 19, 24, q.79
  AQC Database No. 6016


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) q. 97:35, 37, 59-60, 68, 147, 219; 'Hebraic Aspects of the Ritual' 75-88; ed. The Early French Exposures [EFE] (1971) 17n4, 45; The Freemason at Work (1976) q.34
  AQC Database No. 6017


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 96:121, 126-7, 131, 174-5n12, 191; ed. The Collected Prestonian Lectures 1925-1960. (1965) [PL] 110n6; The Freemason at Work (1976) 112, 127; Harry Carr's World of Freemasonry (1983), reviewed (Ward) 224-5, comments (OES) (Nicol) 228
  AQC Database No. 6018


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 95:1, 180, 186; his appointment to the O.S.M. (Order of Service to Masonry) vii; his obituary, Sec. L.2076 and editor of AQC (1961-73) 223; on 'Freemasonry in Lancashire' (Cryer & Read) 113, 115; on 'Origins of Speculative Masonry' (Dyer) 162-4, 169; in Grand Lodge 1717-1967 (1967) 188n1,6,10,20,24,29; Lodge Mother Kilwinning No.0 (L.0) (1961) 188n33; ed. Minutes of the L.1 of Edinburgh (Mary's Chapel) (in QCA vol.XIII, 1962) 121, 182, 188n11,14,20; The Freemason at Work (1976) 217
  AQC Database No. 6019


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 94:vi, vii, 13-14, 32, 44, 76, 126n5; ed. Early French Exposures [EFE] (1971) 125, 241, 249; Freemason at Work, The (1976) 239; 'An Introduction to Prichard's Masonry Dissected' [MD] 107-37; introduction to Three Distinct Knocks [TDK] and Jachin & Boaz [J&B], facsimile reprint (1981), reviewed (Batham) 222; on 'A Lost MS.' (McLeod) 35, 40 bis; See also: (Dashwood & Carr) The Collected Prestonian Lectures 1925-1960. (1965) [PL]
  AQC Database No. 6020


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 93:1, 62
  AQC Database No. 6021


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 92:38, 42, 137n1, 138n18, 214; ed. Early French Exposures [EFE] (1971) 100, 137n1, 144, 147; The Freemason at Work (1976) 138n22, 146; Prichard's 'Masonry Dissected': An Analysis and Commentary (1977) [MD] 97n7; on 'Jews in English Freemasonry' (Shaftesley) 54-5, 62; on 'John Coustos' (McLeod) 140-1, 145-6; on 'The Origin and Sources of the Schroeder (Schröder) Ritual' (Solf) 101, 103
  AQC Database No. 6022


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 91:15, 88, 221; ed. Early French Exposures (1971) 115, 128; The Mason and the Burgh (1954) 21n14; '600 Years of Craft Ritual' (in AQC vol.81:153-205) 77, 87, 89, 92, 94; on 'The Birth of Freemasonry' (Ward) 92-3, 94-6, 98; on 'Grand Stewards' (Jarvis) 193, 196
  AQC Database No. 6023


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 90:177, 291, 326; Early French Exposures (1971) 216; The Freemason at Work (1976) q.87 bis, 88, 214, 287-8; on 'Freemasonry in Yorkshire' (Clarke) 166, 175; Samuel Prichard's 'Masonry Dissected' (1730) [MD], his analysis and commentary (1977) 188n3, reviewed (Haunch) 250-2 on 'The Tyler or Outer Guard' (Wells) 214, 216
  AQC Database No. 6024


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), 'Bible Openings' (Q.165) 89:263-4; and Cardinal Heenan 68; 'The Evolution of the Installation Ceremony and Ritual' 32-59; The Freemason at Work (1976) 54, 68; Royal Duke (Gillen, 1976), reviewed by 182-4; 'A Russian Initiation Ceremony', his letter q.268; '600 Years of Craft Masonry', (in AQC vol.81:153-205) 29, 31n22, 56
  AQC Database No. 6025


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), 'The Placing of the Wardens' (JW)/(SW), [PGL]/[AGL], [MD]/[TDK] (Q.159) 88:221; on 'Anthony Sayer' (Beck) 79-80, 83, 84; on 'Dassigny, Youghal, ...' (Ward) 29; ed. The Collected Prestonian Lectures 1925-1960. (1965) 174; ed. Early French Exposures (1971) q.v.; The Freemason at Work (1976) (Masonic Questions and Answer), reviewed (Smyth) 174-5
  AQC Database No. 6026


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 87:25n6, 47n2, q.74, q.76, 122, 149, 205, 224, 239; on Cartwright's Commentary on Ritual (1947) 261; on Drama & Craft (Cryer) 97-8, 102-4; on Masonic Passwords (Jackson) 122-4, 129 bis; on Symbolism 214; (ed.) The Early French Exposures (1971) [EFE] 106n1, 110, 110n5, 111n2, 122, 127, 211, 263; in Grand Lodge 1717-1967. (1967) 204-5, q.239; The Mason's Bookshelf (in AQC vol.71:Inset.) 209, 210; portrait of 132; presentation to, on retirement 132-5, 135; retirement, Editor/Sec. AQC (1961-73) 132-5; speech by 133-4; (ed.) Collected Prestonian Lectures 1925-1960. (1965) [PL] 211
  AQC Database No. 6027


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 86:131, 255, 275, 280, 282, 291; 'The Relationship between the Craft and the Royal Arch' 35-86, 171; 'Six Hundred Years of Craft Ritual' (in AQC vol.81:153-208) 276, 278; ed. Early French Exposures (1971) 19n3, 30, 46-50 passim, 60, 85, 99, 305
  AQC Database No. 6028


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 85:8, 60, 73, 122, 244, 351n4, 353n3; 'A Collection of Early References to the Mason Word' 217-41; 'An Examination of the Early Masonic Catechisms' (Part III) 331-48, ibid. (Transaction Leicester Lodge of Research) (1946/47) 230n1; 'Minute Book of the Lodge at Haughfooe' (in AQC vol.63:257) 233n1; on 'A Commentary on the Freemasonic Ritual' (Cartwright) (1973) 316; on 'It is not in the Power' (Haunch) 209-11, 216; on symbolism 324; (ed.) Early French Exposures (1971) [EFE] 3, 10, 349n1, 351n4; The Mythology of the Secret Societies (Roberts), reviewed by 372-6; See also: Dashwood
  AQC Database No. 6029


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 84:4, 126, q.149, 229, 308; "An Exammation of the Early Masonic Catechisms" (Part II) 293-307; on "Masters and Master Masons" (Tydeman) 205-7, 208; A Register of Grand Lodges, Active and Extinct (1972) (Draffen), reviewed by 230-1; Stalwart Builders (1971) (Roy), reviewed by 221-8; "The Conjoint Theory" (in AQC vol.66:42-64) q.77; The Early French Exposures (ed. 1971) [EFE] 149n4, 174, 175, 319; "An Examination of Early Continental Ritual" (Transaction, Leicester Lodge of Research, 1948/9) 148n4, 149n2; "Masonic Fire" (in AQC vol.79:273-283) 163n1; on [MD] (1730) (Prichard) 147
  AQC Database No. 6030


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), "An Examination of the Early Masonic Catechisms" [Catechism] 83:337-57; See also: (part II) (in AQC vol.84:293-307) and (part III) (in AQC vol.85:331-348) 157n1; on "In the Beginning was the Word" (Ward) 315; on "RW Bro. William Tucker" (Cooper) 138-40, 147 bis; Jews and Freemasons in Europe 1723-1939 (1970) (Katz), reviewed by 322-8; The Regius Poem (Masonic Book Club), reviewed by 331-3; The Early French Exposures 1737-51, edited by, reviewed (James) 321-2
  AQC Database No. 6031


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), a Jew 82:324; "Lodge Mother Kilwinning, L.0" (SC) 294-309, 294n1; on "External Influences on Evolution of English Masonry" (Clarke) 274-5, 276n3, 277-8; on first organization of Masons 263; interviews R.C. Archbishop Cardinal Heenan (1968) (Q.103) 324-5; on Lord Ripon 325
  AQC Database No. 6032


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983) 81:15; "Foundation of the Grand Lodge of Iran, The" (1969) 266-79; "In Memoriam Bro. Lewis Edwards" 259; "Miniature Masonic Pilgrimage in London" 326-32; "600 Years of Craft Ritual" 153-205, 294; on Grand Lodge MS. (No.16540) etc. (Preston's Catechisms) 134-9; Masonry in Japan: The First One Hundred Years, 1866-1966. (Peck), reviewed by 239-44; Pocket History of Freemasonry, 5th edn. (1969) (Pick & Knight), his Foreword to 252
  AQC Database No. 6033


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), The 250th Anniversary celebrations for foundation of Grand Lodge (1717) 80:169-209; Eligibility of Candidates 310-14; The Full Moon and Freemasonry 318-23
  AQC Database No. 6034


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), formerly assistant editor of 'The Builder', on the Topping-Out ceremonies (Q.71) [SKA] 79:296; Masonic Fire 273-83; Grand Lodge and the significance of (1717) 289-92; 'Freemasonry before Grand Lodge' in (Grand Lodge, 1717-1967.) (1967) [UGL], reviewed (Grantham) 234-239
  AQC Database No. 6035


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), Kipling and the Craft 78:207-8; The Royal Arch Banners [RA] 231-4; Masonic after-proceedings: a brief account of practices in the London area 234-40; A Guided tour of the Grand Lodge Library and Museum, Freemasons' Hall [UGL] (London) 241-62
  AQC Database No. 6036


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), Kipling and the Craft 77:213-53; Three phases of Masonic history 256-62; The Knocks in the Craft Degrees 267-74; The Royal Arch Banners [RA] 290-5
  AQC Database No. 6037


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), Prestonian Lecturer, 'The Transition from Operative to Speculative Masonry' (1957) [PL], his portrait (WM) Q.C. L.2076 (1957) 76:26; The Mason and the Burgh (1954) 136; The Letter "G" 172-97; More light on the Royal Arch [RA] 213, 218
  AQC Database No. 6038


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), The Duke of Sussex and a Hebrew poem 75:57-8; The Great Architect and the compasses 108-16; Two pair of white gloves 117-18; Pillars and Globes, Columns and Candlesticks 204-11
  AQC Database No. 6039


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), Sec. of L.2076 (1961-1973) 74:24, 30; Coil's Masonic Encyclopaedia (1961) (Coil, Henry Wilson) (USA), reviewed by 99-100; The Obligation and its place in the Ritual 129-33
  AQC Database No. 6040


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983); Lodge Mother Kilwinning, No.0; A Study of the earliest Minute Books, 1642-1842. (1960), L.0 (SC), reviewed (Pick) 73:127-128
  AQC Database No. 6041


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), his Biography and Installation as Master (WM) of (L.2076) 72:7; Inaugural Address (1958), Some Foreign Masonic Documents (MS.) 3-6; Masonic Funeral Service (Q.7) (ML.5-7); See also: Notes (Queries/Replies), (in AQC vol.72: to AQC vol.85:) and in 'The Freemason at Work' (1992)
  AQC Database No. 6042


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983); The Mason and the Burgh (1954), on the suggested Masonic Reading List (Draffen) 71:7; The Mason's Bookshelf, on the suggested Masonic Reading List; See also: (in AQC vol.87:210-211) & (in AQC vol.71:Inset./ML.) (Misc. Lat.)
  AQC Database No. 6043


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), Apprenticeship in England and Scotland up to (1700) 69:46-85; The Transition from Operative to Speculative Masonry 69:Inset. (Misc. Lat.) (ML.4p); See: Prestonian Lecture (1957) [PL]
  AQC Database No. 6044


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), The Mason and the Burgh - An examination of the Edinburgh Register of Apprentices and the Burgess Rolls 67:30-52
  AQC Database No. 6045


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), The Conjoint Theory 66:42-64
  AQC Database No. 6046


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), The Lodge at Haughfoot 64:5-60
  AQC Database No. 6047


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), The Lodge at Haughfoot 63:255-303
  AQC Database No. 6048


Carr, Harry+ (1900-1983), on the Cooke MS. (1420) [B.1.], in Transactions of the Leicester L.2429 of Research (1943-4); See: (Q.C. Pamphlet No.5, 1949)
  AQC Database No. 6049


Carr, J.A.; Life and Times of James Ussher (1895); See: (Q.C. Summons, 11 September 1997)
  AQC Database No. 6050


Carr, John (Barnsley) [WGL] 90:11 bis, 13, 14, 22, 29, 34, 36
  AQC Database No. 6051


Carr, Lieut. (of H.M.S. 'Scout') & Col. M. Ramsay, District GM (Malta), An old Jewel (Square & Compasses, from Corfu) 3:62
  AQC Database No. 6052


Carr, Robert; The Philalethes (1985), [TPH] (periodical) (USA) 107:25
  AQC Database No. 6053


Carr, Robert, Deputy Provincial GM, Yorkshire, West Riding (from 1821) 90:158
  AQC Database No. 6054


Carr, Thomas (d.1924), took up articles on operative lodge system, published by Clement Stretton (1909) 109:197, 200n20
  AQC Database No. 6055


Carr, Thomas (d.1924); Transaction of the Leicester L.2429 of Research (1911-12), on the '3:4:5' measuring rods (Euclid), (or Phytagoras, Greek mathematician), 'Operatives' Masonry 91:203, 204
  AQC Database No. 6056


Carr, Thomas (d.1924), Dr., The Worshipful Society of Apothecaries 29:270-2; See also: his Obituary (in AQC vol.37:312)
  AQC Database No. 6057


Carrera, José Miguel 94:94, 101, 104
  AQC Database No. 6058


Carrick-on-Suir, L.308 (IC) (1758-1825) at 99:39
  AQC Database No. 6059


Carrick, W.H., (SC), Grand Tyler, Grand Lodge of New South Wales (NSW) (1877), Australia 84:11
  AQC Database No. 6060


Carrickfergus, L.1012 (IC) (1814-60) at 90:271, 272
  AQC Database No. 6061


Carrickfergus, R.A. Ch.253 (IC), Carrickfergus 105:125
  AQC Database No. 6062


Carrington, Charles; Rudyard Kipling, His Life and Work (1955) 77:213
  AQC Database No. 6063


Carrington, Charles (b.1843), Lord (later 1st Marquess of Lincolnshire), Eton/Cambridge friend of the Prince of Wales (Edward VII), as one of the six personal guests at the wedding (1863) 109:98-9, 104, 110n25,28,30; passed in Bulwer L.1068 [UGL] (1869), Egypt, and raised in Royal York L.7 of Perseverance (1875) London 111n42
  AQC Database No. 6064


Carrington, Charles (b.1843), Lord (later 1st Marquess of Lincolnshire), District GM [UGL] (New South Wales), Govenor of New South Wales (1885), GM (UGL-NSW) (1888), Sydney, Australia 108:93-94
  AQC Database No. 6065


Carrington, Charles (b.1843), Lord (later 1st Marquess of Lincolnshire), PSGW [UGL], 1st GM (UGL-NSW) (1888), United Grand Lodge of New South Wales, Australia 84:23-4
  AQC Database No. 6066


Carrington, Charles (b.1843), Lord (later 1st Marquess of Lincolnshire), GM (UGL-NSW) (1888), Sydney, Australia, performed the Installation of R.D. Poulett-Harris as first GM of Tasmania (1890) 3:200
  AQC Database No. 6067


Carrington, George William, Esq., PJGW, subscriber to the Hall-Loan [PGL] (1779/1787) 82:29
  AQC Database No. 6068


Carroll, Charles (Lisbon) 92:121
  AQC Database No. 6069


Carroll, Charles (or O'Carroll), his evidence to the Inquisition (1738), Lisbon 84:76-107 passim; statements by 96-7
  AQC Database No. 6070


Carroll, Daniel (1730-1829), American patriot, a Catholic Freemason (USA) 98:84
  AQC Database No. 6071


Carroll, John (fl.1760), first Catholic bishop in (USA), brother to Daniel 98:84
  AQC Database No. 6072


Carroll, William, (A) [AGL], an Irish mason, his petition for assistance to the premier Grand Lodge [PGL] (1759), and G.Sec. Samuel Spencer's reply 'You being an Antient Mason you are not entitled to any of our Charity' 108:189-90
  AQC Database No. 6073


Carroll, William, (A) [AGL], refused charity by Moderns [PGL] (1759) 85:214
  AQC Database No. 6074


Carroll, William, (A) [AGL], his petitioner for relief (1759) 82:77, 92, 178
  AQC Database No. 6075


Carron, L.139 (SC), Stenhousemuir, its Mark token 98:133
  AQC Database No. 6076


Carruthers, Professor Mary (Cambridge); The Book of Memory (recent work) 107:64
  AQC Database No. 6077


Carson, Enoch Terry (1822-1899), (USA), masonic scholar/bibliography, Cincinnati; See also: his obituary and list of books (in AQC vol.12:49) 103:126, 130; in Gould's 'History of Freemasonry' (U.S. ed.) on the history of Freemasonry in the United States (on the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite) [A&ASR] 144
  AQC Database No. 6078


Carson, Enoch Terry (1822-1899), (USA), 'The History of Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite Masonry in the United States' [A&ASR] (USA) 99:34n9, 35n
  AQC Database No. 6079


Carson, Enoch Terry (1822-1899), (USA) 93:108
  AQC Database No. 6080


Carson, Enoch Terry (1822-1899), (USA) 89:208
  AQC Database No. 6081


Carson, J.H., Irish Lodge seals 6:195-6
  AQC Database No. 6082


Carson MS. (1677) [D.e.14.] (Devonshire Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 96:109
  AQC Database No. 6083


Carson MS. (1677) [D.e.14.] (Devonshire Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family), on the Temple of Jerusalem 'is now called Voo' and that its principal architect was 'Apleo' the son of Huram King of Tyre [KST] 94:234-5
  AQC Database No. 6084


Carson MS. (1677) [D.e.14.] (Devonshire Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 90:186
  AQC Database No. 6085


Carson MS. (1677) [D.e.14.] (Devonshire Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family), (Tuckett, J.E.S.) The Old Charges and the Chief Master Mason (Apleo and Voo) 36:179-192, 281-4
  AQC Database No. 6086


Carson MS. (1677) [D.e.14.] (Devonshire Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family), (Baxter, R.H.) The Old Charges and the Ritual 31:33-55; location (Cincinnati, U.S.A.), and where reproduced (Masonic Review/Freemasons' Chronicle, 1890, U.S.A.) 40-44
  AQC Database No. 6087


Cart de Lafontaine, Henry Thomas+ (1857-1937); See also: Lafontaine, Henry Thomas Cart de+ (1857-1937) 107:4, 120
  AQC Database No. 6088


Cartagena, Colombia, early lodges 104:168-72; Grand Lodge 172; Rose Croix Chapter (c.1822) [A&ASR] 171-2, 176-7
  AQC Database No. 6089


Cartagena, Colombia, lodge at 89:93, 94, 96
  AQC Database No. 6090


Carte, agent of the Pretender (1737), Ramsays Oration to, Duke of Ormond (Bodleian Library) 87:110n2
  AQC Database No. 6091


Carter, A.H., at the Paul Chater Lodge of Installed Masters L.5391, Hong Kong, 'The China Fleet Lodge of Instruction' (copy in Grand Lodge Library) 86:154n1
  AQC Database No. 6092


Carter, Charles James+ (Q.C.C.C.), Secretary of the (QCCC Ltd.) & (AQC) 109:iii, vi; acknowledgment for assistance, by Michael Spurr to 15
  AQC Database No. 6093


Carter, Charles James+ (Q.C.C.C.) 107:106, 126, 148; (with Hamill) History of English Freemasonry, The (1994), (Book & CD/tape recording) 148, 153
  AQC Database No. 6094


Carter, Charles James+ (Q.C.C.C.), Assistant Provincial GM (West Kent) (1987); The Director of Ceremonies (1989), reviewed (Batham); See also: The Inner Guard and The Deacons (1990) 102:261-2
  AQC Database No. 6095


Carter, Charles James+ (Q.C.C.C.) 100:vi; Obituary on Bro. Colin Frederick Walter Dyer+ (1910-1987) 262
  AQC Database No. 6096


Carter, Charles James+ (Q.C.C.C.), Secretary of the Quatuor Coronati Correspondence Circle Ltd. (QCCC) 99:vi-vii
  AQC Database No. 6097


Carter, Charles James+ (Q.C.C.C.), Secretary of the Quatuor Coronati Correspondence Circle Ltd. (QCCC) (1984), London 98:vi-vii
  AQC Database No. 6098


Carter-Clout, D.G., Sec. Fortitude and Old Cumberland L.12 (c.1974) 87:20
  AQC Database No. 6099


Carter, Ian, writer 100:96
  AQC Database No. 6100


Carter, James David; History of the Supreme Council 33(, 1861-1891. (1967), (SMJ) [A&ASR] (USA) 105:120 Carter, James D.; History of the Supreme Council 33(. (1971), vol.3 (USA) [A&ASR] 100:26
  AQC Database No. 6101


Carter, James David, masonic historian, 33(, Southern Jurisdiction (SMJ) [A&ASR], Washington D.C. (USA) 92:207
  AQC Database No. 6102


Carter, James David; History of the Supreme Council 33(, 1861-1891. (1967), (Southern Jurisdiction, Mother Council of the World) (SMJ) [A&ASR] (USA), reviewed (Horne, Alex) 80:298-302
  AQC Database No. 6103


Carter, James David; The First Century of Scottish Rite Masonry in Texas, 1867-1967. (1967), (SMJ) [A&ASR] (USA), reviewed (Horne, Alex) 79:253-5
  AQC Database No. 6104


Carter, James David; Education and Freemasonry in Texas in 1846. (1963), (Mexico/USA), reviewed (Clarke) 77:192
  AQC Database No. 6105


Carter, James Earl (b.1924); See: Carter, Jimmy E., President of U.S.A. (1977-81) (USA)
  AQC Database No. 6106


Carter, Robert; Courage (1995), novel of the naval struggle against the infant French Republic (Napoleon & Sir Sidney Smith), (Taxil/Hannah), reviewed (Gilbert, R.A.) 108:248
  AQC Database No. 6107


Carter, Thomas Moravian+ (1868-1930), (in AQC vol.41:43-121) & (in AQC vol.42:4-63, 133-4) & (in AQC vol.72:56) 90:92, 97, 107n3,15
  AQC Database No. 6108


Carter, Thomas Moravian+ (1868-1930), Provincial Warrants 72:56
  AQC Database No. 6109


Carter, Thomas Moravian+ (1868-1930), his Biography and Obituary 43:49
  AQC Database No. 6110


Carter, Thomas Moravian+ (1868-1930), Provincial Warrants; See also: on Corinthian L.561 (in AQC vol.72:56) 42:4-63, 133-4
  AQC Database No. 6111


Carter, Thomas Moravian+ (1868-1930), Provincial Warrants 41:43-121
  AQC Database No. 6112


Carter, Thomas Moravian+ (1868-1930), St. John's L.583* (L.492* in 1792) [PGL], Henley-in-Arden, (1791-1811) 39:4-60
  AQC Database No. 6113


Carthaginian L.47, [PH], New York (USA) 92:161
  AQC Database No. 6114


Cartier-Bresson, Henri, photographer (engineered portraits) 107:151; 'Henri Cartier-Bresson' (1978) (E.H. Gombrich, Scottish Arts Council) 152n10
  AQC Database No. 6115


Carton, Mlle (or Madame) de 81:111, 296
  AQC Database No. 6116


Cartularium of Notre Dame de Paris (2 Feb, 1283), mentions 'Logia' occupied by 'operarii' 107:58
  AQC Database No. 6117


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953); Commentary on Freemasonic Ritual (1947) (2nd ed., 1973), on aspects of Bristol, Swedish [SKA] and Scottish Rites [A&ASR] 109:92
  AQC Database No. 6118


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953); Commentary on the Freemasonic Ritual (1947), 2nd ed. (1973); See also: (3rd edn., 1985) 107:183, 187n4,12
  AQC Database No. 6119


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953) 105:1, 6, 9-10; A Commentary on the Freemasonic Ritual (2nd edn., 1973), on the one point of the Compasses (1() [PGL] vs. [AGL] 260
  AQC Database No. 6120


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953) 102:64, 87; A Commentary on the Freemasonic Ritual (2nd ed., 1973) on the 'grip' 90; on 'sign' in the Perfect Ceremonies (1918 ed.) q.245
  AQC Database No. 6121


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953); Commentary on Freemasonic Ritual (2nd ed., 1973) 97:34
  AQC Database No. 6122


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953); Commentary on Freemasonic Ritual (2nd ed., 1973) 93:147
  AQC Database No. 6123


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953) 90:30n7; Commentary on Freemasonic Ritual (2nd ed., 1973) 210 bis, 287-8
  AQC Database No. 6124


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953) 88:64n6; A Commentary on the Freemasonic Ritual (2nd ed., 1973) 59, 64n11
  AQC Database No. 6125


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953) 87:157; A Commentary on the Freemasonic Ritual (1973) q.14-15, 186, q.211, (using the Sign of Reverence) q.261; his composition of English Ritual 157
  AQC Database No. 6126


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953) 86:296; A Commentary on the Freemasonic Ritual (2nd edn., 1973) 256, 264, 292, 295 bis
  AQC Database No. 6127


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953); A Commentary on the Freemasonic Ritual (2nd edn., 1973), notice of 85:316
  AQC Database No. 6128


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953), on Board of Installed Masters (WM) 84:33, 37 bis, 48, q.64, q.67 bis; on ritual q.31, q.32, 52 bis, 60
  AQC Database No. 6129


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953); A Commentary on the Freemasonic Ritual (1947), 2nd ed. (1973) 82:150n1
  AQC Database No. 6130


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953), on 'extended' Installation (WM) 81:184; on 'Sign' of Reverence 366
  AQC Database No. 6131


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953), M.D., Past GD, his Biography and Obituary 66:39-40, 127
  AQC Database No. 6132


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953) 60:51
  AQC Database No. 6133


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953); A Commentary on the Freemasonic Ritual, and Notes on Ceremonial Work of the Officers (1947), reviewed (Poole, H.) 59:84-85
  AQC Database No. 6134


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953), The Lodge of Reconciliation and the Ritual 54:115-16
  AQC Database No. 6135


Cartwright, Dr. Ernest Henry+ (1867-1953), A Note on Browne's Master-Key 45:90-6
  AQC Database No. 6136


Cartwright, James, (fl.1757), engraver 100:98
  AQC Database No. 6137


Cartwright, James, of L.197 (1764), designer of Grand Lodge Certificates [PGL] 82:173, 173n1, 218, 240
  AQC Database No. 6138


Cartwright, John (1740-1824), Major, and Clubs of Odd Fellows, in Nottingham (1789), (IOOF)! 27:151
  AQC Database No. 6139


Cartwright, Thomas, Protestant reformer 95:134
  AQC Database No. 6140


Carúpano, Lodge of 90:231
  AQC Database No. 6141


Cary, George, John & William, globe-makers 102:38-9, 39-40, 46, 50-1
  AQC Database No. 6142


Carysfort, John (1720-72), 1st Lord, GM [PGL] (1752-3), Baron (1752) 95:98
  AQC Database No. 6143


Carysfort, John (1720-72), 1st Lord, GM [PGL] (1752-3) 94:142; See also: Scott's Pocket Companion (1754), dedicated to him
  AQC Database No. 6144


Carysfort, John (1720-72), 1st Lord, GM [PGL] (1752-3) 90:97, 110
  AQC Database No. 6145


Carysfort, John (1720-72), 1st Lord, GM [PGL] (1752-3) 86:180
  AQC Database No. 6146


Casanova, Giacomo Girolamo 90:261
  AQC Database No. 6147


Casanova, Giovanni Jacopo (adventurer) 84:211
  AQC Database No. 6148


Casaubon, Isaac (1559-1614), scholar 97:116
  AQC Database No. 6149


Casaubon, Isaac (1559-1614), theologian 88:83
  AQC Database No. 6150


Casaubon, Meric; A True and Faithful Relation of what passed for many years between Dr. John Dee, a Mathematician of great Fame in Queen Elizabeth and King James, their reigns and some Spirits ... out of the original copy written with Dr Dee's own hand, kept in the library of Sir Thomas Cotton Knight Baronet. (1659) 88:67
  AQC Database No. 6151


Case, James R. (USA); Colonial Freemasonry (1973) (ed. Cook, Lewis C.), his article in, on the early development of Freemasonry in Connecticut (USA) 90:262 bis; Fifty Early American Military Freemason (1955)
  AQC Database No. 6152


Case, James R. & Heaton, Ronald E.; The lodge at Fredericksburgh (1975), with the init. of George Washington (1752), and earliest Royal Arch record (1753) [RA], reviewed (Smyth) 89:184-5; Society of Blue Friars (eminent masonic writers) (USA) (BF) [TPS] 184
  AQC Database No. 6153


Case, James R., Grand Historian, Grand Lodge of Connecticut (USA), House Undivided (1961) (Roberts, Allen E.), reviewed by 74:101-2
  AQC Database No. 6154


Case, James R., Grand Historian, Grand Lodge of Connecticut (USA), and the Early Records of the George Washington Royal Arch Chapter (1783), Middletown, Connecticut (USA) 72:127
  AQC Database No. 6155


Casimir of the Nine Stars, a 'Scots Lodge' (G.L.!) at Vienna (1779) [OS]? 90:60
  AQC Database No. 6156


Casini, Paolo, 'The Crudeli Affair' (1872) 95:179
  AQC Database No. 6157


Casla, Joseph; Masonic Symbols and their roots (1994), reviewed (Tingay, Kevin) 107:249-250
  AQC Database No. 6158


Caspari, Otto (1841-1916), Heidelberg (Germany); Die Bedeutung des Freimaurertums für das geistige Leben (1889), received the Peeters-Baertsoen price (GOdB); See: [IFL]
  AQC Database No. 6159


Cassaigne, ... (Memphis Rite), the Order's Sovereign Grand Administrator (1850), on J.-E. Marconis (the Grand Hiérophant, 95() 92:5
  AQC Database No. 6160


cassia (flora, the false acacia) 104:218-19
  AQC Database No. 6161


cassia (flora, the false acacia) 94:203-5, 207
  AQC Database No. 6162


Cassière, Jean de la, GM [KH] (16th-C.), Knights of St. John (Hospitallers), Malta 91:59
  AQC Database No. 6163


Cassilis (Cassells), Earl of (Lord John Kennedie), as Deacon (WM) of Mother Kilwinning (1672), (L.0) (SC) 82:299
  AQC Database No. 6164


Cassilis, John, Earl of, (Ryrie, K.S.) Murray Lyon and the Earl of Cassilis 75:72
  AQC Database No. 6165


Castagnet, Bro., His letter to Bertin du Rochert, Paris (1736) 106:143, 152n12
  AQC Database No. 6166


Castells, Rev. F. de P., (of the Esoteric 'Masonic' School); Historical Analysis of the Holy Royal Arch (1929) [RA], (Bibliography) 108:194n
  AQC Database No. 6167


Castells, Rev. F. de P., (of the Esoteric 'Masonic' School) 107:2, 3; his complaining letter to Gordon Hills, condemning the purpose and the very existence of L.2076, after his visit (1928) 3, 6n14
  AQC Database No. 6168


Castells, Rev. F. de P., (of the Esoteric 'Masonic' School); Antiquity of the Holy Royal Arch (1927) q. 105:262
  AQC Database No. 6169


Castells, Rev. F. de P., (of the Esoteric 'Masonic' School, in the inter-war period) 100:18
  AQC Database No. 6170


Castells, Rev. F. de P., (of the Esoteric 'Masonic' School); Our Ancient Brethren the Originators of Freemasonry (1932) 97:144, 148
  AQC Database No. 6171


Castells, Rev. F. de P., (of the Esoteric 'Masonic' School), init. (c.1891) Lodge 'Integridad Nacional No.1' (L.1), Manila, Philippine 95:9
  AQC Database No. 6172


Castells, Rev. F. de P., (of the Esoteric 'Masonic' School) 91:148, 151, q.216
  AQC Database No. 6173


Castells, Rev. F. de P., (of the Esoteric 'Masonic' School); English Freemasonry, in its period of transition, 1600-1700.' (1931), reviewed (Songhurst) 43:182-4
  AQC Database No. 6174


Castillian Company, of Valletta (Malta) 106:190
  AQC Database No. 6175


Castle (Highgate), L.79 at, in Grand Lodge Minutes (1730) [PGL] 85:304
  AQC Database No. 6176


Castle & Falcon (Chester), L.33 at, in Grand Lodge Minutes (1725) [PGL] 85:304
  AQC Database No. 6177


Castle Building at Beaumaris and Caernarvon in the early 14th century. (Douglas Knoop & G.P. Jones) 45:4-47
  AQC Database No. 6178


Castle, Complete Ritual of Craft Freemasonry, The (Northumbria) 93:162-3, 167
  AQC Database No. 6179


Castle, Edward James+ (1842-1912), Master (WM) of Quatuor Coronati L.2076 (1902); See also: Inaugural Address (in AQC vol.15:178-183), his portait (in AQC vol.16:i) 99:97
  AQC Database No. 6180


Castle, Edward James+ (1842-1912), his Obituary 25:138
  AQC Database No. 6181


Castle, Edward James+ (1842-1912), Proceedings against the Templars in France and England for Heresy, etc. (1307-1311) 20:47-70, 112-42, 269-341
  AQC Database No. 6182


Castle, Edward James+ (1842-1912), Enquiry into the charge of Gnosticism brought against the Freemasons and Templars 19:209-28
  AQC Database No. 6183


Castle, Edward James+ (1842-1912), A Concise History of Freemasonry (1903) (Robert Freke Gould), reviewed by 18:121-128
  AQC Database No. 6184


Castle, Edward James+ (1842-1912), his Biography and Installation as Master (WM) of (L.2076) 15:183; Inaugural Address (1902), Secret Societies (Ancient Egypt and Greece) 178-83; The Reception (Initiation) of a Templar [KT] 163-74; Anecdotes about Masonry 189-190
  AQC Database No. 6185


Castle Inn, Highgate, L.79* (1731-3) at the, minutes q. 101:220-1
  AQC Database No. 6186


Castle Inn Lodge (1768-1777), Marlborugh, probably with Dunckerley as its first Master (WM) 25:131
  AQC Database No. 6187


Castle L.19* of Harmony [PGL], Horn-tavern, Doctor Commons, now L.26 (formerly at the 'Swan' Tottenham High Cross), 3rd Lord Coleraine master (WM) of (1727, 1731); their Hall Medal (1781) 82:29, 30
  AQC Database No. 6188


Castle L.25* (1730-1854) 90:118
  AQC Database No. 6189


Castle L.26 of Harmony (1925), London 91:174, 184, 196; See also: L.38* (1725) [PGL] (in AQC vol.8:208)
  AQC Database No. 6190


Castle L.26 of Harmony (1925), London 86:153; See: Grand Steward 'Red Apron' Lodge
  AQC Database No. 6191


Castle L.36* [PGL], founded (1731) at the Bricklayers' Arms, Barbican, removing to Rose, Cheapside (1732), its tools by Richard Rawlinson (1732), now property of Temperance L.169, London 28:34, 34a
  AQC Database No. 6192


Castle L.39* and its Lodge of Instruction (and Felicity L.75) (1818) 86:153
  AQC Database No. 6193


Castle L.1436, Sandgate, (Fynmore, R.J.) The Hon. Mrs. Aldworth and the Castle L.1436 (IC)!, Sandgate (Ireland) 18:46-7
  AQC Database No. 6194


Castle Lodge of Instruction, (continued to meet after 1815) 84:274
  AQC Database No. 6195


Castleberg L.2091 (1885), Settle 93:148
  AQC Database No. 6196


Castlereagh, Robert, Viscount (2nd Marquess of Londonderry) 94:87
  AQC Database No. 6197


Castletown, Bernard, 2nd Lord, G.Sec. (IC) (1896-1910), Ireland 97:23
  AQC Database No. 6198


Castorius, stonemason and on of the Four Christian martyrs, Rome (Quatuor Coronati) 88:vi
  AQC Database No. 6199


Castro, Moses de, inheritor of Leon's models 96:162-4, 169
  AQC Database No. 6200


Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the British Museum [BM], Marie Dorothy George 107:41n1
  AQC Database No. 6201


Catechetical Lectures, Royal Arch System of [RA] 108:194
  AQC Database No. 6202


Catéchisme des Francs-Maçons, Le (Travenol, 1744) [Exposure] 106:239
  AQC Database No. 6203


Catéchisme des Francs-Maçons, Le (Travenol, 1744) [Exposure] 105:98
  AQC Database No. 6204


Catéchimes des Francs-Maçons, Le (Travenol, 1774) [Exposure] 104:131
  AQC Database No. 6205


Catéchisme des Francs-Maçons, Le (Travenol, 1744) [Exposure] q. 102:29
  AQC Database No. 6206


Catéchisme des Francs-Maçons, Le (Travenol, 1744) [Exposure] 94:204
  AQC Database No. 6207


Catéchisme des Francs-Maçons, Le (Travenol, 1744) [Exposure] 92:121, 124 bis, 140, 144, 147
  AQC Database No. 6208


Catechisme des Francs-Maçons, Le (Travenol, 1744) [Exposure] 87:107, 122-3
  AQC Database No. 6209


Catéchisme des Francs-Maçons, Le (Travenol, 1744) [Exposure] 86:46-7, 48, 53, 55, 83
  AQC Database No. 6210


Catéchisme des Francs-Maçons, Le (Travenol, 1744) [Exposure] 85:371
  AQC Database No. 6211


Catéchisme des Francs-Maçons, Le (Travenol, 1744) [Exposure] 84:319, 321
  AQC Database No. 6212


Catéchisme des Francs-Maçons, Le (Travenol, 1744) [Exposure] 83:183-5, 188, 189, 268, 322
  AQC Database No. 6213


Catechisme des Francs Maçons, Le (Travenol, 1744) [Exposure] 81:170, 173; most of, pirated in Trahi (1745); See also: l'Ordre of ... [Trahi] 171
  AQC Database No. 6214


Catechisme des Francs Maçons, Le (Travenol, 1744) [Exposure] 76:178
  AQC Database No. 6215


Catechisms, (Gould, R.F.) Early Masonic Catechisms [Catechism] 3:186-7
  AQC Database No. 6216


Catechisms, (James, P.R.) The Lectures of English Craft Freemasonry [Catechism] 79:140-79
  AQC Database No. 6217


Catechisms, (Knoop, Douglas & Jones, G.P.) A Dialogue between Simon and Philip (1725/1730) [Catechism] 57:3-21
  AQC Database No. 6218


Catechisms, (Poole, Herbert) The Masonic Catechism [Catechism] 60:27-50
  AQC Database No. 6219


Catechisms and Exposures, early Masonic, an examination of, (esoteric contents) (Part III) (Carr, H.); See also: Part I (in AQC vol.83:337-357), Part II (in AQC vol.84:293-307) 85:331-48
  AQC Database No. 6220


Catechisms and Exposures, early Masonic, an examination of, (esoteric contents) (Part II) 84:293-307; Catechisms, in early Exposures 164
  AQC Database No. 6221


Catechisms and Exposures, early Masonic, an examination of, (esoteric contents) (Part I) 83:337-57; earliest reference to the Adoniramic legend, in 'Catéchisme' [Catechism] 184
  AQC Database No. 6222


Catechisms, early Masonic 82:275
  AQC Database No. 6223


Catechisms; See: the following Manuscripts (MSS.) [Catechism], Chetwode Crawley (MS.), Dumfries Kilwinning No.4 (MS.), Edinburgh Register House (MS.), Essex (MS.), Graham (MS.), Wilkinson (MS.)
  AQC Database No. 6224


Catechisms; See: The Early Masonic Catechisms [EMC] (1963), Knoop et al [Catechism]
  AQC Database No. 6225


Catenarian Arch, (Yeatman, H.M.) The Catenarian Arch 64:78-9
  AQC Database No. 6226


Cathay Hotel, Japanese Bureau's headquarter at, and invistigation of Bro. E. Philip Higgs (1940s), Shanghai (China) 107:96
  AQC Database No. 6227


Cathay L.4373 (EC) [UGL], Hong Kong (not L.4374!), first 'Lodge' meetings at the Stanley Internment Camp (POW) (1942/43/45) 107:96; Tocher, G.; Cathay Lodge No.4373, from 1922 to 1972. (1973), Hong Kong, (L.4373) [UGL] (EC) 96, 108
  AQC Database No. 6228


Cathedral Builders; See: Operative Masonry
  AQC Database No. 6229


Cathedral L.2741, founded by Vicars Choral of St. Paul's Cathedral (London) 103:152
  AQC Database No. 6230


Cathedral, The Making of a, (fictional, Robertson) 88:195-9
  AQC Database No. 6231


Cathedral - The Story of its Construction. (1974) (Macaulay), reviewed (Draffen) 90:256-7
  AQC Database No. 6232


cathedrals, masonic donations to 101:142-3
  AQC Database No. 6233


Cathedrals, comparative treatment of 85:22-3; illustrated 17-21
  AQC Database No. 6234


Catherine II (1729-1796), (The Great), Empress of Russia (1762-1796), Count de Stroganoff as Privy Councillor for (Paris) (1778) 108:29
  AQC Database No. 6235


Catherine II (1729-1796), (The Great), Empress of Russia (1762-1796) 94:85, 90
  AQC Database No. 6236


Catherine II (1729-1796), (The Great), Czarina of Russia (1762-1796) 93:212
  AQC Database No. 6237


Catherine II (1729-1796), (The Great), Tsarina of Russia (1762-1796), closure of all Russian Lodges by (1794) 84:239-58 passim
  AQC Database No. 6238


Catherine II (1729-1796), (The Great), (Sofie Frederikke Augusta von Anhalt-Zerbst), (duchess of Holsten) [SKA], Czarina of Russia (1762-1796) 83:84, 263
  AQC Database No. 6239


Catherine II (1729-1796), (The Great, Katherine), (Telepneff, Boris) Freemasonry in Russia 35:262-292 passim, 277, 277n4
  AQC Database No. 6240


Catherine of the Pole Star, Lodge and Provincial Mother-Lodge (1780), Poland 104:206-7, 214
  AQC Database No. 6241


Catherlough, Earl of; See also: Knight, Robert (d.1744), (Fisher, W.G.), A Cavalcade of Freemasons in (1731) 76:44-60, 49
  AQC Database No. 6242


Catholic Bulletin, The (1928) 95:2
  AQC Database No. 6243


Catholic Herald, The (1966) 95:16; (1981) q.4
  AQC Database No. 6244


Catholic Record Society (R.C.) 106:26
  AQC Database No. 6245


Catholic Truth Society (R.C.) 95:2
  AQC Database No. 6246


Catholicism (dictionary) (France, 1956) (R.C.), article 'Freemasonry' corrected errors on the Craft 89:67
  AQC Database No. 6247


Catholicism, Roman (R.C.) 106:18, 20; connection with Masonry 34
  AQC Database No. 6248


Catnach, J., (Hextall, W.B.) Catnach's Masonic hymn 27:234
  AQC Database No. 6249


Catnach, J., (Speth, G.W.) Catnach's Masonic hymn 7:84-5, 191
  AQC Database No. 6250


Catto, Alexander Ross (d.1958), Deputy District GM of Japan (1934-c.1942); Freemasonry in Japan 1866 to 1941. (1941) 107:106
  AQC Database No. 6251


Catto, Alexander Ross (d.1958), Deputy District GM of Japan (1934-c.1942), his notes on Japan's Freemasonry (1934-42) 81:239-40; See also: his Obituary (in AQC vol.71:124)
  AQC Database No. 6252


Cauchois, Fr. (Friar), (R.C.) & (SJ) 106:226
  AQC Database No. 6253


Caumont, Marquis de, on Chevalier Ramsay 81:104
  AQC Database No. 6254


Causes of the Decay of Christian Piety, The (1667) 101:6
  AQC Database No. 6255


Cautious, I was taught to be (and other masonic phrases) 109:15
  AQC Database No. 6256


Cavalcade of Freemasons in 1731. (W.G. Fisher) 76:44-60
  AQC Database No. 6257


Cavalcade of Freemasons in 1731. (W.G. Fisher) 74:32-49
  AQC Database No. 6258


Cavaliero, Roderick; The Last of the Crusaders (1960) q. 84:203
  AQC Database No. 6259


Cavaliero, Roderick; The Last of the Crusaders (1960) 83:74 bis, 80n2, 83n4, 93, 94
  AQC Database No. 6260


Cave, Edward, who inaugurated the Gentleman's Magazine with the first issue in January (1731), known to have been a Freemason 74:45
  AQC Database No. 6261


Cave, Walter, assessor of plans for Freemasons' Hall, London (1923) 89:127
  AQC Database No. 6262


Caveac L.176, formerly L.205* (1839), and [PGL] 102:143
  AQC Database No. 6263


Caveac L.176, and Laurence Thompson 84:118
  AQC Database No. 6264


Caveac L.176, Origin and History of an Old Masonic Lodge, The Caveac No.176 (1905), (Simpson, John Percy), reviewed 18:116-118
  AQC Database No. 6265


Cavour, Count Camillo di, statesman 102:1, 5, 8
  AQC Database No. 6266


Cawthorne, Rev. Dr., of Shropshire, and Mrs Barbara Cawthorne 95:17
  AQC Database No. 6267


Caxton, William, translation of; The Golden Legend, or Lives of the Saints (1483) (St.Alban) 92:218
  AQC Database No. 6268


Caxton, William, translation of; The Golden Legend, or Lives of the Saints (1483) (St.Alban) 89:117-20 passim, 122n32,34,36,39-41 passim
  AQC Database No. 6269


Caxton Publishing Company, William Caxton introduced the art of printing in England (c.1474) 85:62, 65-6
  AQC Database No. 6270


Cayman L.8153, Cayman Islands 104:172
  AQC Database No. 6271


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927) 109:iii, 56, 67, 175; on 'Freemasonry, Hermetic Thought and the Royal Society of London' 175-6; on 'The Strict Observance' 56-8
  AQC Database No. 6272


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927) 108:46; on 'Death and the Freemason' (Ashby) 38
  AQC Database No. 6273


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927), on 'The Hudibrastic Poem of 1723' 107:41; on 'Confession of a Cowan' 63, 80
  AQC Database No. 6274


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927), on 'Pure - and Accepted - Masonry' 106:88, 102, q.190, q.191; 'Freemasonry and the Knights of Malta, A Post Preface?' [KH] 186-96
  AQC Database No. 6275


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927), Cape Town, (South Africa) 103:94, 195
  AQC Database No. 6276


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927), on 'Sepher Yetzirah' (Book of Creation) and the Kabbalah/Talmud [VSL] (in AQC vol.100:22) 101:258; on 'Early Freemasonry in Bordeaux' (Bernheim) 122-3, 129; on 'The 18th-C. Lodge' (Haffner) 194-6; on 'The York Company' (Reddyhoff 28-9, 30, 32
  AQC Database No. 6277


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927), on 'Characteristics' (Markham) 100:148-51, 160; on 'Goblet d'Alviella' (Brodsky) 75-6, 83; on 'W.W. Westcott' (Gilbert) 22-3, 28
  AQC Database No. 6278


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927), on 'Athelstone' (Aston) 99:79-81, 84, 86; on 'The Old Charges' (McLeod) 147-8
  AQC Database No. 6279


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927), on 'The Deacons' (Bruce) 98:174-6, 179; on 'G. Oliver' (Sandbach) 54-6, 58-9; on 'Some Problems of the Antients' (Batham) 126-7, 130
  AQC Database No. 6280


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927) 93:65-6, 70; on 'Yorkshire' (Read) 158-9, 162, 165-6
  AQC Database No. 6281


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927), on Waller Rodwell Wright (in AQC vol.85:145-83) 91:149
  AQC Database No. 6282


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927), on W.R. Wright (1775-1826), (in AQC vol.85:145-183) q. 89:197, 199, 222n4
  AQC Database No. 6283


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927), on 'Masonic Passwords' (Jackson) 87:128-9, 131
  AQC Database No. 6284


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927), 'Waller Rodwell Wright, 1775-1826' 85:145-83
  AQC Database No. 6285


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927), on "Masters and Master Masons" (Tydeman) 84:202-3, 207
  AQC Database No. 6286


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927), "Freemasonry and the Knights of Malta" 83:71-95; on "The Relations between Dutch and English Freemasonry" (Boerenbeker) 172, 175; on "The Climate of European Freemasonry" (Tunbridge & Batham) 269, 273
  AQC Database No. 6287


Caywood, Desmond+ (b.1927), on "External Influences on the Evolution of English Masonry" 82:276-7, 277
  AQC Database No. 6288


Cazamian, Louis 107:196
  AQC Database No. 6289


CD-ROM (Computer-Disc, Read-Only-Memory, 'PC-multimedia') 107:125; proposed, with the Portraits and biographies of members of the Quatuor Coronati Lodge (Rizopoulos) 149
  AQC Database No. 6290


Cearns, James, Master (WM) of Mariners L.466, and the Liverpool Rebellion [WGL] (1821) 85:36-7, 39, 45-6, 52
  AQC Database No. 6291


Cebu L.1106 (SC) (1912-17), Cebu, Philippines 90:268
  AQC Database No. 6292


Cecil-Williams, J.L.C.; The Story of the Gwynedd Lodge No.5068. (1948), (Welsh language, formed by members of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion) (L.5068) Wales, reviewed (Edwards, Lewis) 61:158-160
  AQC Database No. 6293


cedar, the (the tree) 94:205
  AQC Database No. 6294


Ceder, Loge Libanon zu den drei (Zürich), Diethelm Lavater init. in (1765), later Lodge 'Modestia cum Libertate', L.38 (Grand Lodge 'Alpina') 109:48n97
  AQC Database No. 6295


Celestial Brotherhood, known to the profane as 'The British and Foreign Society of Occultists', by John Thomas (Charubel), Warrington; The Occultist (1885-9), and; The Psychic Mirror (1893-1900) 109:209; their only lodge, at Liverpool, John Yarker joined (as 'Arokiel') (1890), togther with Irwin 209
  AQC Database No. 6296


Celle (Germany), English Lodge warranted via Hamburg in (1746) [PGL] 109:11
  AQC Database No. 6297


Cennick, John (fl.1741), his metrical Grace, q. 96:203
  AQC Database No. 6298


Centenary, L.1449 (SC), Aden (1950) 82:72
  AQC Database No. 6299


Centenary Warrants, premature issue of 81:207
  AQC Database No. 6300


Center, The Masonic Information, under the Masonic Service Association of North America, (John J. Robinson) (1993) (USA)/(Canada); See: Web homepage from <http://www.msana.com/mic.html> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 6301


Center for Masonic Information of the Masonic Service Association of the U.S. (Silver Spring), (Leaflet) 107:104; Facts about Freemasonry (1993), (USA) 106; "Tadasu Hayashi: The Japanese Diplomat Who Became an English Freemason" The Short Talk Bulletin (1987) (James L. Johnston) 107
  AQC Database No. 6302


Centlivre, Mrs.; The Man's Bewitch'd (1710) 107:30-31
  AQC Database No. 6303


Central Bank of China (1933) 107:89
  AQC Database No. 6304


Centre, (Williams, W.J.) The Centre 35:66-8
  AQC Database No. 6305


Centre des Amis, Lodge le, now L.1 (GLNF), Paris 101:98
  AQC Database No. 6306


Centre des Amis, Lodge le, now L.1 (GLNF), Paris 97:110; as Lodge 'Le Centre des Amis' (Paris), the premier lodge of the Grand Orient (GOdF) (1793), under the lesdership of Roettiers de Montaleau (WM) 112-13
  AQC Database No. 6307


Centre des Amis, Lodge le, now L.1 (GLNF), Paris 96:118
  AQC Database No. 6308


Centre des Amis, Lodge le, now L.1 (GLNF), Paris 94:65
  AQC Database No. 6309


Centre des Amis, Lodge le, now L.1 (GLNF), Paris, co-founders with Lodge Anglaise 204 (L.204*) (Bordeaux) of 'La Grande Loge National et Independante pour la France et les Colonies' (GLNIR)/(GLNF) (1913), France 88:85
  AQC Database No. 6310


Center of the Circle, The; See: Lodge 'The Center of the Circle' No.840, (Cirklens Centrum) (L.840) (1994) (DDFL) c/o <Error! Reference source not found. > (1998), Odder, Denmark [SKA]
  AQC Database No. 6311


Centre, the, in the (3() (Ritual) 84:195, 200
  AQC Database No. 6312


Centre, The Point within a Circle (symbolism of); See: Freemasonry in China? by Professor H.A. Giles, given in Ionic L.1781 (1890); See also: Metropolitan Collage [SRIA], Transactions (1925)
  AQC Database No. 6313


Centre, The Point within a Circle (symbolism of) (Q.92) 81:356-357
  AQC Database No. 6314


Centro de Estudios Históricos de la Masoneria Española (CEHME) (Centre for the Historical Study of Spanish Freemasonry, founded by Fr. José A. Ferrer Benimeli) (SJ) (c.1984) 100:253
  AQC Database No. 6315


Centro de Estudios Históricos de la Masonería Española (CEHME) (Non-masonic association for the methodical study of Spanish Freemasonry, by Fr. Benimeli) (c.1984) 97:230
  AQC Database No. 6316


Centro Filantropico, Lodge (fl.1843), Colombia 92:24
  AQC Database No. 6317


Century of English Freemasonry in Argentina, A (1852-1952) (A.S. Hall-Johnson) 65:98-106
  AQC Database No. 6318


Cephalonie (Greece), lodge at, under Mother Lodge 'Bienfaissance et Philogénie' (1811) 106:211, 217
  AQC Database No. 6319


Ceram, C.W.; Gods, Graves and Scholars (tribute to G.R. Lane, excavator of the cities of Ur and Babylon) (c.1966) 87:252-3
  AQC Database No. 6320


Cerbu, Marcel (France) (GLNF), Bibliographical, concise review of his masonic book: Le combat des Francs-Maçons (1976) (The masonic battle) [A&ASR] 91:106, 214
  AQC Database No. 6321


Cerbu, Marcel (France) (GLNF); Le Combat des Francs-Maçons (1976) (The masonic battle, a contribution to the history of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite from 1940 to today, 1976) [A&ASR], reviewed (Jackson) 90:257-9
  AQC Database No. 6322


Ceremonial, (Edwards, Lewis) Freemasonry, Ritual and Ceremonial (Prestonian Lecture) (1936) [PL] 49:142-53
  AQC Database No. 6323


Ceremonial, Variations in Masonic (Chetwin) 94:195-202
  AQC Database No. 6324


Ceremonies, (Knoop, Douglas) Pure Antient Masonry 53:4-44
  AQC Database No. 6325


Ceremonies and Religious Customs (1733-9), translation of 'Cérémonies et Coutumes' (Picart) 83:177
  AQC Database No. 6326


Ceremonies, early masonic 89:28-9, 30, 104-6
  AQC Database No. 6327


Ceremonies, lodge 90:48-9
  AQC Database No. 6328


Ceremonies, medieval masonic 88:10-11
  AQC Database No. 6329


Ceremonies of Craft Masonry - Sheffield, The ('Britannia Working') 93:143
  AQC Database No. 6330


Ceremonies, style or nature of, in early Catechisms 85:343-7
  AQC Database No. 6331


Cérémonies et Coutumes (1723-43) (Picart) 83:177
  AQC Database No. 6332


Ceremony of "Passin the Veils". (W.H. Hawkyard & F.R. Worts) [RA] 62:186-93
  AQC Database No. 6333


Ceremony, the word defined 89:57
  AQC Database No. 6334


Ceres, Mysteries of 107:199
  AQC Database No. 6335


Cerf, Albert J.W., How Frederick the Great of Prussia became a Freemason (G) 10:188
  AQC Database No. 6336


Cerneau 'Scottish Rite' (1807); See also: Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite [A&ASR] 91:33, 34, 35, 40, 44
  AQC Database No. 6337


Cerneau, Joseph (1763-1828); See also: (Morris; 1998 Blue Friar Lecture) (USA) [TPS] 109:200n14, 213, 257
  AQC Database No. 6338


Cerneau, Joseph (1763-1828), his [A&ASR]! (25 and later 33 degrees) (in USA) 105:99, 115n3, 122
  AQC Database No. 6339


Cerneau, Joseph (1763-1828/9)! (from France and Cuba), his Supreme Councils (25( Rite) [A&ASR]! (1807, New York, USA) 104:170
  AQC Database No. 6340


Cerneau, Joseph (1763-1828), in New York, and his [A&ASR]! (USA) 102:157
  AQC Database No. 6341


Cerneau, Joseph (1763-1828), and the [A&ASR]! (USA) 100:41, 49, 53
  AQC Database No. 6342


Cerneau, Joseph (1763-1828) 94:43, 55
  AQC Database No. 6343


Cerneau, Joseph (1763-1828), in Paris (1824) and Bolivar (Bolívar), (33() and the Cernau Rite [A&ASR] 90:241
  AQC Database No. 6344


Cerneau Supreme Council [A&ASR], England & Ireland 109:211; (USA) 193-4, 200n14
  AQC Database No. 6345


Cerneau Supreme Council (USA), united with the regular Supreme Council [A&ASR], to form the current Supreme Council for the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction (1867) (NMJ) (USA) [A&ASR] (Scottish Rite); See also: Ancient & Accepted Rite, Cerneau Supreme Council of 108:145-46, 154
  AQC Database No. 6346


Cerneau Supreme Councils [A&ASR]!, Atwood & Folger of, N.Y. (USA) 105:96, 99, 106, 108, 115n3, 121-2
  AQC Database No. 6347


Cerneauism, [HG] & [A&ASR] (USA) 105:95, 115nn, 116, 119-22
  AQC Database No. 6348


Certa Cito L.8925 (1979), Lodge for the Royal Corps of Signals (Military) 104:228
  AQC Database No. 6349


Certificate, granted to a Brother 106:105-6; proof of Craft membership 107
  AQC Database No. 6350


Certificate, of Bro. Joseph Goudal (1765), by Loge Anglaise (Angloise) (L.204*) [PGL], (now L.2 L'Anglaise) (GLNF), Bordeaux 106:106
  AQC Database No. 6351


Certificates, (Carr, Harry) Clearance Certificates, (Q.65) 78:282
  AQC Database No. 6352


Certificates, (Clarke, F.E.) Notes on some 18th-Century (Irish) Masonic documents 19:202-8
  AQC Database No. 6353


Certificates, (Crawley, W.J. Chetwode) Notes on Irish Freemasonry 16:69-79, 81-4
  AQC Database No. 6354


Certificates, (Crowe, F.J.W.) The Scottish Lodge at Namur (Belgium) 20:205-8
  AQC Database No. 6355


Certificates, (Crowe, F.J.W.) Masonic Certificates of the Netherlands 16:17-27; A Curious Carbonari Certificate 163-70
  AQC Database No. 6356


Certificates, (Crowe, F.J.W.) A Curious Certificate 14:51-3
  AQC Database No. 6357


Certificates, (Dashwood, J.R.) Certificate of (1793) 70:120
  AQC Database No. 6358


Certificates, (Exley, Allen) Royal Lancashire's handwritten Lodge Certificates 80:140-3
  AQC Database No. 6359


Certificates, (Gould, R.F.) Certificate of a Military Lodge 14:215-16
  AQC Database No. 6360


Certificates, (Grantham, W.I.) Deceptive Masonic Certificates 76:140-3
  AQC Database No. 6361


Certificates, (Grantham, W.I.) A Portuguese Lodge in England 66:65
  AQC Database No. 6362


Certificates, (Le Strange, Hamon) The Masonic Certificates of Robert Partridge 27:142-4
  AQC Database No. 6363


Certificates, (Oliver, Andrew) Masonic Certificates of the Netherlands 17:20-1; The Masonic Certificate of Edward Gibbon 22
  AQC Database No. 6364


Certificates, (Radice, F.R.) A German Master Mason Certificate (G) 75:73
  AQC Database No. 6365


Certificates, (Riley, J.R.) English Masonic Certificates 8:48-9
  AQC Database No. 6366


Certificates, (Robinson, John) Ballygawlcy, Ireland 10:65
  AQC Database No. 6367


Certificates, (Songhurst, W.J.) Irish Certificates (Cookstown) 17:96-8
  AQC Database No. 6368


Certificates, (Speth, G.W.) Royal Arch Certificate [RA], Malta 8:232
  AQC Database No. 6369


Certificates, (Thorp, J.T.) Royal Arch certificate of Admiral Sir Sidney Smith [RA] 27:68-70
  AQC Database No. 6370


Certificates, (Thorp, J.T.) Seals on "Antients" Grand Chapter Certificates [AGL]/[RA] 19:63-4
  AQC Database No. 6371


Certificates, (Thorp, J.T.) Chichester Certificates (Eighteenth Century) [KT] 16:212
  AQC Database No. 6372


Certificates, (Tuckett, J.E.S.) The Earliest Baldwyn Knights Templar Certificate [KT] 24:285-9
  AQC Database No. 6373


Certificates, (Westcott, W.W.) Notes on a curious Certificate and Seal (Non-Masonic) 19:241-2
  AQC Database No. 6374


Certificates, Craft 101:228-9
  AQC Database No. 6375


Certificates, Dunckerley Seal [KT] 7:58; Catalogue of Masonic Certificate (1894) (Crowe, Frederic J.W.), reviewed 180
  AQC Database No. 6376


Certificates, Dunckerley's Royal Arch Certificate [RA] (Note); See also: (in AQC vol45:104-9) 66:106-7
  AQC Database No. 6377


Certificates, English Craft 82:169-242; serial numbering, commenced (1839) [UGL] 180n3; (1() and (2() certificate, allowance for until (1915) 180n6; See also: Private Lodge certificates, and under Grand Lodge of England [PGL], and United Grand Lodge [UGL], Grand Lodge, Three Pillars on 42; post-Union 179-80; replacement and back-dating of 178-9; Riley, J.R.; Masonic Certificates, of the Grand Lodge and Grand Chapter of England [PGL]/[AGL]/[UGL], [RA] (EC) (in QCA vol.VIII, 1895) 169, 169n1, 172n2, 174n4
  AQC Database No. 6378


Certificates, Grand Lodge 85:216; address on presentation (Klagge) 216; first mandatory (1819) 204; for Serving Brethren 7
  AQC Database No. 6379


Certificates, Grand Lodge 84:293
  AQC Database No. 6380


Certificates of Constitution 90:94-5, 96-7, 102, 108, 109, 137, 140
  AQC Database No. 6381


Certificates of Proficiency for Master-elect (WM) (USA), issued by the Inspector of the District (Preceptor) 83:69, 69n1
  AQC Database No. 6382


Certificates, oldest known example (engraved), from Caledonian L.325* [PGL] (1766) 108:196, 205; allegorical 196; architectural 196
  AQC Database No. 6383


Certificates, The Dunckerley Seal [KT] 18:43
  AQC Database No. 6384


Cervantes, Sr Rolando, acknowledged for help and translation of Spanish, by Martin P. Starr (1995) 108:160
  AQC Database No. 6385


Cervantes Saavedre, Miguel de (1547-1616); Don Quixote de la Mancha (part I) (1605), part II (1615) 107:15, 26, 34, 35, 39
  AQC Database No. 6386


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA); Anti-Masonry (1962), (USA) 107:106
  AQC Database No. 6387


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA) 103:74, 244; A Masonic Reader's Guide (1980), masonic bibliography 143
  AQC Database No. 6388


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA) 102:248-9
  AQC Database No. 6389


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA), lawyer, President [TPS] (1954), Grand Orator (1968-9) Grand Historian (1979) (Illinois), Blue Friar (1966) (BF) [TPS], (33() (1962) [A&ASR] (NMJ), ed.; A History of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite in Illionis (1966), his obituary (McLeod) 99:235-6; A Masonic Thought for Each Day of the Year (1972); A Masonic Reader's Guide (1980), list of masonic books (USA); Anti-Masonry (1962); The Courts and Freemasonry (1986) 235-6
  AQC Database No. 6390


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA), 'American Freemasonry and the Courts' 98:180-7; 'The Boston Tea-Party and Freemasonry' 207-9
  AQC Database No. 6391


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA); Anti-Masonry (1962) 97:162
  AQC Database No. 6392


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA), on 'The American War of Independence and Freemasonry' (1775-83) 96:227; The Prince Hall Organization [PH] (1980) 125, 127
  AQC Database No. 6393


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA) 95:17; Anti-Masonry (1962) 1-2, 5-6
  AQC Database No. 6394


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA) 92:137n1,5
  AQC Database No. 6395


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA), on J. Skene, J. Belcher and the Aberdeen L.1 (1670/82), (USA) 91:227-30
  AQC Database No. 6396


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA); Colonial Freemasonry (1973) (ed. Cook, Lewis C.), his article in, on the early development of Freemasonry in Maryland and New Jersey, (with W.M. Callaway) in Virginia (USA) 90:262; 'Colonial Freemasonry in the U.S.A.' (USA) 218-30; The American War of Independence and Freemasonry (in AQC vol.89:169-175) 262, supplement to 296-7
  AQC Database No. 6397


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA) 89:187; 'The American War of Independence and Freemasonry' (1775-83) 169-75
  AQC Database No. 6398


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA); Anti-Masonry (1962) (Missouri Lodge of Research) 87:211, 239; on Masonic education 207-8; in The Philalethes [TPS] (USA) 212-13
  AQC Database No. 6399


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA), prefatory note to; Freemasons and Freemasonry (1973) 86:301
  AQC Database No. 6400


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA), (Masonic Book Club), Bloomington, Illinois (USA) 84:216
  AQC Database No. 6401


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA), lawyer, (33() (NMJ) [A&ASR], (Co-founder with Louis L. Williams, of the Masonic Book Club) (1970), Bloomington, Illinois (USA) 83:332 bis, 333; Anti-Masonry (1962) 332
  AQC Database No. 6402


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA); Freemasonry and the Vatican (1968) (de Poncins) (R.C.), reviewed by 81:235-8
  AQC Database No. 6403


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA), lawyer, (33() (NMJ) [A&ASR], past president Philalethes Society [TPS] (USA) 80:241n1; Anti-Masonry 241-70
  AQC Database No. 6404


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA); A History of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite in Illinois, 1846-1965. (1967), (NMJ) [A&ASR], reviewed (Draffen) 79:251
  AQC Database No. 6405


Cerza, Alphonse+ (1905-1987) (Chicago, USA); Anti-Masonry (1962); See also: (AQC vol.80:241-270), reviewed (Carr) 75:120-122
  AQC Database No. 6406


Césarée, L.590 La, St. Helier, Jersey 85:285
  AQC Database No. 6407


Ceylon, District Grand Lodge of (EC) (1934), and the Buddhist view 86:137; See also: (renamed Sri Lanka, 1972), District Grand Lodge of Sri Lanka (EC)
  AQC Database No. 6408


Ceylon, (Dashwood, J.R.) Union Lodge of Colombo, later St. John's Lodge of Colombo L.454* [UGL], (Danish Rasmus Rask) (1822) 75:63-64
  AQC Database No. 6409


Ceylon, (Dashwood, J.R.) Union Lodge of Colombo (The certificate of Danish Rasmus Rask) (1822) [SKA] 60:78-84, 224; Notes on Freemasonry in Ceylon 99
  AQC Database No. 6410


Ceylon, (Dashwood, J.R.) Notes on Freemasonry in Ceylon 59:129-87
  AQC Database No. 6411


Ceylon, (Jaeger, T.M.) (Jæger) Rasmus Rask, a famous Danish mason [SKA], Initiated in Colombo (1822) 59:185-91
  AQC Database No. 6412


Ch'ien Lung porcelain in U.G.L. Museum [UGL] 83:106, 107, 108
  AQC Database No. 6413


Chabbuck, Samuel; See also: Chubbuck 106:133-5, 137
  AQC Database No. 6414


Chabert, Xavier, his Lodge certificate from Royal York L.269* of Union [PGL] (1823), Bristol (erased 1838) 82:205
  AQC Database No. 6415


Chackles, G.L.; Medals of British Freemasonry - Commemorative and Historical. (1901), reviewed 14:190-5
  AQC Database No. 6416


Chacornac, Paul; Eliphas Lévi, renovateur de l'occultisme en France (1926) 85:255, 255n3
  AQC Database No. 6417


Chadwick, Joseph; See: Chadwick MS. (1600/1650) [D.b.52.]
  AQC Database No. 6418


Chadwick, Owen; The Reformation (n.d.), (on execution of Catholic priests) (R.C.), England (c.1588) 106:20
  AQC Database No. 6419


Chadwick, Owen; The Reformation (n.d.), (describes the situation of the Elizabethan Church) q. 95:133, 135-6, q.139
  AQC Database No. 6420


Chadwicke MS. (1600-1650) [D.b.52.] (Dowland Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family), the Chadwicke constitution 108:214
  AQC Database No. 6421


Chadwicke MS. (1600/1650) [D.b.52.] (Dowland Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family); See also: Joseph Chadwick MS. (1600/1650) [D.b.52.] 95:114, 126
  AQC Database No. 6422


Chadwicke MS. (1600/1650) [D.b.52.] (Dowland Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 90:183, 187
  AQC Database No. 6423


Chadwyck Healey, Sir Charles (fl.1901) 93:99
  AQC Database No. 6424


Chafen, J. St. Clair 102:252
  AQC Database No. 6425


Chafen, J. St. Clair, on 'Characteristics' (Markham) 100:156-8, 162
  AQC Database No. 6426


Chagall, Marc, artist, his stained-glass windows in Israel, described [RA] 89:226-31; illustrated 232-43
  AQC Database No. 6427


Chaggeley L.8609, Lewes 99:233
  AQC Database No. 6428


Chailley, Jacques (Professor, musicologist), (on Mozart) 94:68 bis, 79-80
  AQC Database No. 6429


Chailley, Jacques; The Magic Flute, Masonic Opera (1971, 1972) (Mozart) 90:263 'Le Winterreise de Schubert...' (Revue d'Esthétique, 1965) 264
  AQC Database No. 6430


Chailley, Jacques 89:176, 181n8; The Magic Flute, Masonic Opera (1972) (Mozart) 181n9,13,19
  AQC Database No. 6431


Chailley, Jacques; The Magic Flute, Masonic Opera (1971) (Mozart) 87:50; (AQC vol.84:231-3) 50n3, 52
  AQC Database No. 6432


Chailley, Jacques 84:236; '40,000 Years of Music' (1965) 231; The Magic Flute, Masonic Opera (1971, 1972) (Mozart) reviewed (Smyth) 231-3
  AQC Database No. 6433


Chain of Union, The (Smyth), and Mozart's chain song (K.623), Austrian National Anthem (Österreich) 95:221
  AQC Database No. 6434


Chain of Union, The (Batham) (Q.188) 94:245-6
  AQC Database No. 6435


Chain of Union (French ritual/Chaíne d'Union), (used in Scandinavia) [SKA] 92:102
  AQC Database No. 6436


Chaíne d'Union, La (periodical), France 101:36, 38, 55
  AQC Database No. 6437


Chaine d'Union, La (periodical, 1864-87), France 91:108
  AQC Database No. 6438


Chair Master Lodges (Scotland) 84:53
  AQC Database No. 6439


Chair, The Immediate Past Master's (IPM) (who acts as, if the I.P.M. acts as WM) [UGL] (Q.122) 84:320
  AQC Database No. 6440


Chairs; See: Furniture
  AQC Database No. 6441


Chalichiopoulo, MW Bro., Pro GM [UGL] in Corfu for the Duke of Sussex (1814) 81:226
  AQC Database No. 6442


Chalk, Charcoal, etc., in early catechisms 84:302
  AQC Database No. 6443


Chalmers, John (fl.1802, Canton) q. 104:8-9, q.11
  AQC Database No. 6444


Chalmers, P. Macgregor; A Scots Mediaeval Architect. (1896), (on John Morow, Melrose Abbey), revieved 9:171-175
  AQC Database No. 6445


Chalmers, William (fl.1788, Canton) 104:8, 11, 27
  AQC Database No. 6446


Chaloner, Charles, Esq., GM [YGL] (1773), York Grand Lodge 2:113
  AQC Database No. 6447


Chamber of Contemplation, in J. & B. [J&B] (1762) 84:157-8, 169, 174
  AQC Database No. 6448


Chamber of Reflection 107:184; (a dark room within the bowels of the earth), used by the Scottish Rite Apprentice degree [A&ASR] (USA); See also: (used in old Danish 'Ritus Hauniensis') (DDFL) [SKA] (c.1929-92), and [JLF] 183, 187n14
  AQC Database No. 6449


Chamber of Reflection (use of in Continental Craft Lodges, adorned with), [SKA]/[JLF] 106:230
  AQC Database No. 6450


Chamber of Reflection, the (Scottish Rite, 1() [A&ASR] 88:190
  AQC Database No. 6451


Chamberlain, D.K. (NZ); Masonic ceremony described by Leo Tolstoi (in 'War and Peace') (in AQC vol.87:229-35) 93:5
  AQC Database No. 6452


Chamberlain, D.K. (NZ), on 'A Russian Initiation Ceremony' (in AQC vol.87:229-35) 89:268
  AQC Database No. 6453


Chamberlain, D.K. (NZ), on 'A Russian Initiation Ceremony' (in AQC vol.87:229-35), demonstration given in Denmark [SKA], South Wales and (USA) 88:189
  AQC Database No. 6454


Chamberlain, D.K. (NZ), 'A Russian Initiation Ceremony' (c.1810) (in 'War and Peace') 87:229-35
  AQC Database No. 6455


Chamberlain, Rt. Hon. Austen, on Sir Alfred Robbins, q. 86:133
  AQC Database No. 6456


Chamberlen, Hugh (1630/4-1720 or later) 107:27
  AQC Database No. 6457


Chambers & Bee; The Friends in Council Lodge No. 1383. (L.1383) 106:86n39
  AQC Database No. 6458


Chambers, A. Victor, on "Five Noble Orders of Architecture" (Atkins) 82:47-8, 49
  AQC Database No. 6459


Chambers, Charles 107:224
  AQC Database No. 6460


Chambers Cyclopaedia (1751) 101:3
  AQC Database No. 6461


Chambers Cyclopedia (1751/77); See also: Chambers, Ephraim, (Scotland) 109:9; and 'Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary'; See: (RS) (in AQC vol.80:114) 16n14
  AQC Database No. 6462


Chambers, Ephraim (1680-1740), (Scotland); Cyclopedia or Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (1751/77) 109:9; Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary, a lineal successor of 16n14
  AQC Database No. 6463


Chambers, R.E. (Canton) 90:260
  AQC Database No. 6464


Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796), architect 101:179
  AQC Database No. 6465


Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796), architect 95:194
  AQC Database No. 6466


Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796) (Palladian architect); Treatise on Civil Architecture (1759) 82:39, 45, 251
  AQC Database No. 6467


Chambers's Encyclopaedia (1955), on celestial globes on column/pillar [KST], in Geneva Bible (1560), King James's Bible, and 'New English Bible' [VSL] 85:321n1
  AQC Database No. 6468


Chambers's; Domestic Annals of Scotland (vol.II/III) 85:224n1,2
  AQC Database No. 6469


Champion, Dr. Paul (Canada) 104:240
  AQC Database No. 6470


Chams Tabrizi L.73 (GLNF), erected in Tabriz (1961), Iran 81:268
  AQC Database No. 6471


Chancellor, F.M.-R.; Swiss Freemasonry's fight for life (1933-1937) 60:211-22
  AQC Database No. 6472


Chandler, Richard, of L.377 (SC), Grand Registrar, Grand Lodge of New South Wales (NSW) (1877), Australia 84:11
  AQC Database No. 6473


Chandos, Duke of; See also: Brydges, James "The Man of Taste". A Satire of (1733) 21:230-43
  AQC Database No. 6474


Chandos, Henry Brydges (1708?-1771), 2nd Duke of, (formerly Marquess of Carnarvon), GM [PGL] (1738) 82:316
  AQC Database No. 6475


Chandos, James (1731-1789), 3rd Duke of, (formerly Marquess of Carnarvon), GM [PGL] (1754-1756) 109:169, 245
  AQC Database No. 6476


Chandos, James (1731-1789), 3rd Duke of, (formerly Marquess of Carnarvon), GM [PGL] (1754-6) 90:108, 110
  AQC Database No. 6477


Chang, (Chinese Giant) (Gratton, F.M.) Was Chang a Mason? 12:106-7
  AQC Database No. 6478


Change from Christianity to Deism Freemasonry. (J.R. Clarke) 78:49-73
  AQC Database No. 6479


Changes for security reasons (1( & 2( words etc.), by Grand Lodge (1730-39) [PGL] 87:116-9
  AQC Database No. 6480


Changi Gaol & Prison Camp, Singapore, Freemasonry in 105:179-81
  AQC Database No. 6481


Changi prison, (POW) (Sigapore), 250 masons in (1940s) 107:97; Changi Prisoners of War Masonic Association (POW) 'Lodge' meetings 97-98
  AQC Database No. 6482


Channel Islands (C.I.), Provinces of the [UGL] 90:52n20
  AQC Database No. 6483


Channel Islands (C.I.), Provincial Grand Lodge Certificate (1812) 82:193, 210
  AQC Database No. 6484


Channing, Dr., Besweck accused of plagiarising the sermons of (1866) 108:124-5, 138n14
  AQC Database No. 6485


Chanoch, according to the Midrash (Jewish Hebrew source), one of the thirteen who did not taste the taste of death [VSL] 107:189
  AQC Database No. 6486


Chansons notées de la très vénérable Francs Maçons (1737), collection of masonic songs 89:178, 181n27
  AQC Database No. 6487


Chantalou, of Elect Masters Lodge (1756)!, New Orleans (USA) 107:168; (1769) 170
  AQC Database No. 6488


Chantries Act (1547) 106:46
  AQC Database No. 6489


Chantry L.4065, Wakefield 95:224
  AQC Database No. 6490


Chantry Royal Arch Ch.4065, (MS.) (Ritual) [RA], Rylands, John Richard+ (1898-1983), his copy of the q. 88:218
  AQC Database No. 6491


Chaos out of Order: the Rise and Fall of the Swedenborgian Rite (Gilbert) 108:122-49; Appendix 139; Bibliography 137-39; Notes 137-39
  AQC Database No. 6492


Chapin, Alexander C.; Freemasonry in Poole. (1897), (History of lodges), reviewed (Hughan, W.J.) 10:198-9
  AQC Database No. 6493


Chaplain in a lodge in Liverpool in, A (1754) [PGL] (G.P. Jones & J.R. Clarke) 77:143-4
  AQC Database No. 6494


Chaplain, investiture of the, in Dalziel MS. (1810-5) (Ritual) 89:250
  AQC Database No. 6495


Chaplain, of a lodge, jewels 104:263; office first mentioned in B. of C. (1884) 263
  AQC Database No. 6496


Chaplains, lodge 97:170
  AQC Database No. 6497


Chaplains' jewels 104:263-4
  AQC Database No. 6498


Chapman, F.J.; History of Freemasonry in Grimsby (1939) 98:57, 59
  AQC Database No. 6499


Chapman, J.G., Provincial G.Sec. (G), later Deputy Provincial GM (1968) (British Freemasonry in Germany), and GM (G) (1971) (Grand Land Lodge of British Freemasons in Germany) 83:274, 291, 296, 297
  AQC Database No. 6500


Chapman, John; Sonny Memories of a Tour through Canada, British Columbia, and USA. (1895), reviewed 8:166-167
  AQC Database No. 6501


Chapman, John; The History of St. John's Lodge, No.328, Torquay (1786/1810). (1894), (L.328), reviewed 7:90-91
  AQC Database No. 6502


Chapman, John, (PM of L.1402), ed.; Masonic Orations by L.P. Metham (1889), reviewed (Speth) 2:168-69
  AQC Database No. 6503


Chapman, Kenneth L., on Burley Ward (V.C.) 100:258; 'Loyal Commercial Lodge, Historical Highlights' 258, 262
  AQC Database No. 6504


Chapman, R.F. (Scarborough) 90:162
  AQC Database No. 6505


Chapman, R.W., on textual corruption q. 99:78
  AQC Database No. 6506


Chapman, Vera [COF]; Blaedud and the Birdman (1978), Fiction 93:12
  AQC Database No. 6507


chapter of masons, = a lodge (1730s, Craft) 102:253
  AQC Database No. 6508


Chapter Degrees (Scandinavian/Swedish Rite), Very Illustrious Brother, Knight of the East (7(), Most Illustrious Brother, Knight of the West (8(), Enlightened Brother of St. John's Lodge (9(), Very Enlightened Brother of St. Andrew's Lodge (10(), Most Enlightened Brother, Knight Commander of the Red Cross (R&K)/(11(), [SKA] 108:85, 115
  AQC Database No. 6509


Chapter from the early history of the Royal Naval Lodge (L.59) (Horsley, J.W) 23:152-61
  AQC Database No. 6510


Chapter General, (first in 141 years, held at Malta, 1776) [KH]? 106:188
  AQC Database No. 6511


Chapter of Promulgation, a special (1834) [RA], new ceremonies of Installation of the Principals introduced (de-Christianization) 108:193
  AQC Database No. 6512


Chapter, private opening of [RA] 108:194
  AQC Database No. 6513


Chapters (R.A.) [RA], bicentenaries of 81:333-5
  AQC Database No. 6514


Character of the Roman Villa at Morton, Isle of Wight. (T. Klein) 4:32-3
  AQC Database No. 6515


Characteristic; See: Title (or 'mark') given to each Knight of the Holy Cross (2(, and final degree), Royal Order of Scotland [ROS]
  AQC Database No. 6516


Characteristics and Origins in Early Freemasonry (in AQC vol.100:131-63), note by Broomfield 102:251-2
  AQC Database No. 6517


Characteristics and Origins in Early Freemasonry (Markham) 100:131-63
  AQC Database No. 6518


Charbonnerie; See: Carbonari (Charbonnerie) Italy
  AQC Database No. 6519


Charbonniaud, Claude, GM (France) (GLNF) (fl.1997); See: France, Grande Loge Nationale de Française (1913) (GLNF)
  AQC Database No. 6520


Charbonniers, les; See also: Carbonari (Italy) 85:160, 173, 175, 181; the obligation of q.175
  AQC Database No. 6521


Charcoal Burners; See: Carbonari (Charbonnerie), Italy
  AQC Database No. 6522


Chardin, artist, of the realistic school; so named by Sir Joshua Reynolds (1732-92) (RA) 106:62
  AQC Database No. 6523


Charge after Initiation, the 89:198, 201
  AQC Database No. 6524


Charge to the Initiate 81:168; Ramsay's Oration meant as a 81:287, 291
  AQC Database No. 6525


Charges and Regulations, comments on the Summary of (Mendoza) 105:22-48
  AQC Database No. 6526


Charges, Antient (Old); See also: Antient Charges (MS.) 86:37, 273-6 passim, 344-5
  AQC Database No. 6527


Charges, Antient (Old); See also: Antient Charges (MS.) 85:194, 201; the First, and deistic Freemasonry 198
  AQC Database No. 6528


Charges, Book of (Old) (MS.) (14th-century) 85:12
  AQC Database No. 6529


Charges, defined (MS.) 105:22
  AQC Database No. 6530


Charges, General (MS.) 100:152
  AQC Database No. 6531


Charges, General and Particular (Singular) 86:276, 345
  AQC Database No. 6532


Charges, General and Special (c.1450) 85:12; Old Charges (MS.) 16
  AQC Database No. 6533


Charges in general and particular 89:29
  AQC Database No. 6534


Charges of a Freemason, The (MS.); See also: Anderson's Book of Constitutions [PGL] (1723) 106:123-4
  AQC Database No. 6535


Charges of a Freemason, The (MS.) (in the Book of Constitutions) (1723/38) 105:22
  AQC Database No. 6536


Charges of a Free-Mason, the (MS.) 103:167
  AQC Database No. 6537


Chari, S.T. Srinavasa Gopala, District G.Sec., Deputy District GM, India (1956?) 92:183
  AQC Database No. 6538


Charitate MS. (1766), translation (from Latin) by Swedenborg, Emanuel (c.1840), (published, 1947) 106:100; See also: Charity (MS.) and Swedenborg Rite
  AQC Database No. 6539


Charité, La, Lodge at Amsterdam (1757) 83:162
  AQC Database No. 6540


Charité, Lodge La, L.6 (Netherlands), Amsterdam 90:96, 102, 108, 110
  AQC Database No. 6541


Charities, the 96:89
  AQC Database No. 6542


Charities, the 98:19
  AQC Database No. 6543


Charity ('Relief' in the Old Charges and Constitutions) (MS.), and (1725) [PGL] 85:214, 216
  AQC Database No. 6544


Charity (Grand Lodge of England), Report of the Committee of Charity (1725) [PGL] 27:80
  AQC Database No. 6545


Charity, as a landmark of the (masonic) Order 108:162
  AQC Database No. 6546


Charity, Committee of (1727) [PGL] 108:163-64, 172
  AQC Database No. 6547


Charity, Committee of; See also: Benevolence
  AQC Database No. 6548


Charity, Fund of (1725) [PGL] 108:163; Charity Fund (1768) [PGL], and the Building Fund, for the first Freemasons' Hall (London) 173
  AQC Database No. 6549


Charity, in the 'Book of Constitutions' [UGL] 103:166
  AQC Database No. 6550


Charity jewel, Grand Lodge (1830-1980) [UGL] 108:171
  AQC Database No. 6551


Charity, L.223 of, Plymouth 92:40
  AQC Database No. 6552


Charity, L.265* of, (now L.6 (Netherland)), Amsterdam 90:96, 107n13, 108, 110
  AQC Database No. 6553


Charity, L.351*, St. Helier, Jersey 86:190, 219
  AQC Database No. 6554


Charity, L.563 of, (now L.8. (India)), Ambala 103:62-3, 65, 67
  AQC Database No. 6555


Charity, L.4431 of 105:181
  AQC Database No. 6556


Charity, Royal Arch Ch.187 of, Bristol 99:38
  AQC Database No. 6557


Charity, Royal Arch Ch.187 of, Bristol, its Bicentenary (1769-1969) [RA] (EC) 81:333-4
  AQC Database No. 6558


Charity, use of Certificates for 82:176-8
  AQC Database No. 6559


Charity, without Detriment (Wells) (Q.142) 86:346
  AQC Database No. 6560


Charlemagne, (Carolus Magnus, 779-814), King of the Franks (768-814) 103:4, 6, 14
  AQC Database No. 6561


Charlemagne, (Carolus Magnus, 779-814), King of the Franks (768-814) 102:186-8
  AQC Database No. 6562


Charlemagne, (Carolus Magnus, 779-814), (Carolus Magnus, Carolus Secundus?), King of the Franks (768-814), Emperor of the West (800-814) 99:50, 86, 146
  AQC Database No. 6563


Charlemagne, (Carolus Magnus, 779-814), King of the Franks (reigned 768-814) 98:66-7
  AQC Database No. 6564


Charlemagne, (Carolus Magnus, 779-814), King of the Franks (768-814) 95:82, 130
  AQC Database No. 6565


Charlemagne, (Carolus Magnus, 779-814), King of the Franks (768-814) 91:47
  AQC Database No. 6566


Charlemagne, (Yarker, John) The Carolus of our Ancient MSS. (Naimus Grecus) 19:31-5
  AQC Database No. 6567


Charlemaine, capitularies of (789) 107:199
  AQC Database No. 6568


Charles, 2nd Duke of Richmond and Lennox, GM [PGL] (1924-5), and some of his Masonic associates (William Wonnacott); See also: Richmond and Lennox, Charles, 2nd Duke of (1701-1750), GM [PGL] (1724-5) 30:176-221, 262
  AQC Database No. 6569


Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788), Prince (Son of James III) the 'Bonny' Prince, the 'Young Pretender', Paris/Rome; See also: Jacobites, the 95:87, 113
  AQC Database No. 6570


Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788), Prince (the 'Young Pretender') 91:136 bis
  AQC Database No. 6571


Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788), Prince (the 'Young Pretender'), in Florence, Italy (1777) (in AQC vol.89:63) 90:294
  AQC Database No. 6572


Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788), Prince (the 'Young Pretender'), France/Italy 86:10-11
  AQC Database No. 6573


Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788), Prince (the 'Young Pretender') 87:114n3; as 'Sovereign GM of Heredon' (1745) (imaginary) 220
  AQC Database No. 6574


Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788), Prince (the 'Young Pretender') 89:63, 273
  AQC Database No. 6575


Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788), Prince (the 'Young Pretender'), Ramsay tutor to (1724) 81:283
  AQC Database No. 6576


Charles I (1600-49), King of England (1625-49), was an autocrat whose policy on religion was suspect both for episcopalians and presbyterians, the Civil War of (1642), his defeat (1646), executed (1649) 108:17, 55, 215, 221, 228
  AQC Database No. 6577


Charles I (1600-49), King of England (1625-49), (executed, 1649), Scotland and Act of Union (1707) 91:11
  AQC Database No. 6578


Charles I (1600-49), King of England (1625-49) 107:71
  AQC Database No. 6579


Charles I (1600-49), King of England (1625-49) 85:219-21 passim
  AQC Database No. 6580


Charles I (1600-49), King of England (1625-49) 89:24, 26, 29, 187
  AQC Database No. 6581


Charles II (1630-85), King of England (1660-85), restored to both thrones after the Cromwell rule, the Royal Society (RS) (1662/5), the great plague (1665) and the great fire (1666) 108:55, 214, 221; crowned at Scone (1651), Scotland 60n44
  AQC Database No. 6582


Charles II (1630-85), King of England (1660-85), escaped to Normandy (1651) 107:23, 34, 38
  AQC Database No. 6583


Charles II (1630-85), King of England (1660-85) 106:28, 166
  AQC Database No. 6584


Charles II (1630-85), King of England (1660-85) 96:158-61, 168
  AQC Database No. 6585


Charles II (1630-85), King of England (1660-85) 95:81; Regius MS. (c.1390) [A.], 'The early History of Freemasonry in UK.' 139
  AQC Database No. 6586


Charles II (1630-85), King of England (1660-85) 94:167
  AQC Database No. 6587


Charles II (1630-85), King of England (1660-85) 91:11, 12
  AQC Database No. 6588


Charles II (1630-85), King of England (1660-85), and the St. Paul's Cathedral, London (1673) 90:149
  AQC Database No. 6589


Charles II (1630-85), King of England (1660-85) 89:24, 26, 27, 29
  AQC Database No. 6590


Charles II (1630-85), King of England (1660-85) 85:190
  AQC Database No. 6591


Charles II (1630-85), King of England (1660-85), attempted restriction of religious practices by the Ecclesiastical Acts, under the reign of 82:266
  AQC Database No. 6592


Charles II (1630-85), King of England (1660-85), the family tree of 48:126, 126a
  AQC Database No. 6593


Charles II (1630-85), King of England (1660-85), (Conder, Edward) King Charles II at the Royal Exchange, London (1667) 11:138-52
  AQC Database No. 6594


Charles II (Carolus Secundus, 'the Bald', Charlemagne), King of France (823-77) ('the Bald'); See also: Carolus Secundus 99:45, 83, 146
  AQC Database No. 6595


Charles II (Carolus Secundus, 'the Bald', Charlemagne), Holy Roman Emperor & King of France (823-77); See also: Carolus Secundus 95:82, 127, 130
  AQC Database No. 6596


Charles III (the Simple), King of the Franks (898-929) 99:50
  AQC Database No. 6597


Charles III Edward Stuart (Young Pretender); See also: Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788), Prince (Son of James III) the 'Bonny' Prince, or the 'Young Pretender', Paris/Rome 95:87, 113; See also: Jacobites, the
  AQC Database No. 6598


Charles III Edward Stuart (Young Pretender), (Draffen, G.S.) The Alleged Templar Chapter at Edinburgh (1745) [KT] 67:53-60
  AQC Database No. 6599


Charles III Edward Stuart (Young Pretender), (Tuckett, J.E.S.) Dr. Begemann and the alleged Templar Chapter at Edinburgh (1745), Holyrood [KT] 55:346-7
  AQC Database No. 6600


Charles III Edward Stuart (Young Pretender), (Tuckett, J.E.S.) Dr. Begemann and the alleged Templar Chapter at Edinburgh (1745), Holyrood [KT] 33:40-60
  AQC Database No. 6601


Charles III, King of Spain (1759-1788) 93:79, 86-7
  AQC Database No. 6602


Charles Martel (Carolus Martellus) 103:3, 6, 14
  AQC Database No. 6603


Charles Martel 102:186-7
  AQC Database No. 6604


Charles Martel 99:45, 67, 82, 86, 122, 126, 136, 146
  AQC Database No. 6605


Charles Martel (c.680-741) 89:256
  AQC Database No. 6606


Charles Martell, grandfather of Charlemagne (King of France) 95:126, 130-1, 162
  AQC Database No. 6607


Charles Martell (and variants of the name) 94:109, 110-11, 126n4, 235
  AQC Database No. 6608


Charles of the Crowned Column (Carl zur gekrönten Säule), Lodge, L.15 (Germany), Brunswick 88:101
  AQC Database No. 6609


Charles, Second Duke of Richmond and some of his Masonic associates. (William Wonnacott), GM [PGL] (1724-5) 30:176-221, 262
  AQC Database No. 6610


Charles Theodore (Karl), Elector of Bavaria, as 'Bavarian Prior' (1780s) [KH] (Hospitallers) (Germany) 83:74, 88; his edict against Freemasons and 'Illuminés' (1785) 261, 268
  AQC Database No. 6611


Charles Town (Charleston), South Carolina (USA), L.92* (A) at [AGL] (1761) 84:179; L.190* (A) at, and Thomas Harper (1774) 177, 178, 179; Royal Arch Ch.190 [AGL] (A) at [RA], and Harper (1770) 177, 179
  AQC Database No. 6612


Charles Town (Charleston), South Carolina (USA), L.249* at [PGL] (1756-1813) 39:115
  AQC Database No. 6613


Charles V (1500-58), King of Spain (1516-56), German Emperor (1519-56) 91:58
  AQC Database No. 6614


Charles VI (1685-1740), Holy Roman Emperor (1711-1740) (Austro-Hungarian), and as Charles III, of Hungary (1712-1740), succeeded by Maria Theresa 109:12
  AQC Database No. 6615


Charles VI (1685-1740), Holy Roman Emperor (1711-1740) (Austro-Hungarian) 95:171
  AQC Database No. 6616


Charles VII, coronation of (1741), at Frankfurt (am Oder) (Germany), where von Hund was initiated into the (Craft), at 109:21, 43n6-7
  AQC Database No. 6617


Charles VII, coronation of (1742)!, at Frankfurt (am Main) (Germany), von Hund probably initiated into the (Craft) at 87:108
  AQC Database No. 6618


Charles VII, King of Naples and Sicily 93:78-9
  AQC Database No. 6619


Charles Warren L.1832 (1879) [UGL], (United Masonic Library of South Africa, Central Division) (1907), Beaconsfield/Kimberley, South Africa 99:171, 185-6; Centenary History (Jennings) 185
  AQC Database No. 6620


Charles Warren L.1832 (1879) [UGL], Kimberley, South Africa 93:50
  AQC Database No. 6621


Charles Warren L.1832 (1879) [UGL], Kimberley, South Africa 91:1
  AQC Database No. 6622


Charles Warren R.A. Ch.1832 (1886) [RA] (EC), Kimberley, South Africa 99:186
  AQC Database No. 6623


Charles X (1757-1836), King of France (1824-1830), init. by GM (GOdF) the Duke of Chartres, in Lodge Les Trois Frères Unis (1777) 107:177
  AQC Database No. 6624


Charles XIII Order, Knight of the Freemasons of, Order of Carl XIII (R&K)/(SFMO) Sweden, Scandinavian/Swedish Rite [SKA] 109:99-100, 110n12
  AQC Database No. 6625


Charles XIII (1748-1818), (Carl XIII) (formerly Karl, Duke of Södermanland), King of Sweden (1809-1818), King of Norway (1814-1818), Sovereign GM [SKA] (Sweden), init. [HG] (1770), his struggle for leadership of the Strict Observance Rite [OS] (VIIth Province), against Friedrich of Brunswick (1776), accepted Karl von Hessen-Dramstadt as Deputy GM [OS] (1776) 109:37, 48-9n114; writes to Charles Edward Stuart (the 'Young Pretender'), (via Wächter) (c.1779), to be confirmed in his title of Provincial GM, resulting in his resignation from [OS] (c.1779) 40
  AQC Database No. 6626


Charles XIII (1748-1818), (Carl XIII) (formerly Duke of Södermanland), Royal (masonic) Order of, created 27th May (1811) by edict of the King, GM [SKA] (SFMO), new Knights made on St. Charles' Day (27th January), [SKA] 108:83-85; as Provincial GM of the German Strict Observance [OS], and as Vicarius Salomonis (VSV) (1780) 115
  AQC Database No. 6627


Charles XIII (1748-1818), (Carl XIII) (formerly Charles, Duke of Södermanland) (Carl), GM [OS] (1778) (succeeding von Hund), King of Sweden (1809-1818), GM [SKA] (VSV) of the National Grand Lodge of Sweden (SFMO) 107:260
  AQC Database No. 6628


Charles XIII (1748-1818), (Carl XIII) (formerly Duke of Södermanland), later King Charles XIII of Sweden (Karl/Carl XIII) (1809-1818), GM [SKA], Sweden [OS] (1778), later National Grand Lodge of Sweden (SFMO) 84:249 bis
  AQC Database No. 6629


Charles XIII (1748-1818), (Carl XIII) (formerly Duke Södermanland), King of Sweden (1809-1818), King of Norway (1814-1818), init. (1770) [SKA] 83:258
  AQC Database No. 6630


Charles XIV (1763-1844), (Carl XIV Johan), (formerly Jean Baptiste Bernadotte), King of Sweden & Norway (1818-1844), Sovereign GM [SKA] (VSV) of the National Grand Lodge of Sweden (SFMO) 107:260
  AQC Database No. 6631


Charles XIV (1763-1844), (Carl XIV Johan), (formerly Jean Baptiste Bernadotte), King of Sweden (1818-1844), (Quistgaard, Harold) King Charles XIV John of Sweden as a Freemason, GM (SFMO) [SKA] 74:71-2
  AQC Database No. 6632


Charles XV (1826-1872), (Carl XV), King of Sweden (1857-1872), Sovereign GM [SKA] (SFMO) 109:97, 107, 111n44, 112n61, 113n63
  AQC Database No. 6633


Charles XV (1826-1872), (Carl XV), King of Sweden & Norway (1857/1859-1872), Sovereign GM [SKA] (VSV) of the National Grand Lodge of Sweden (SFMO) 108:83-84, 86, 120; as GM (SFMO) Sweden 116, 120; as Vicarius Salomonis (VSV) 116
  AQC Database No. 6634


Charles XV (1826-1872), (Karl/Carl XV), King of Sweden & Norway (1857/1859-1872), GM [SKA] (VSV) of the National Grand Lodge of Sweden (SFMO) 107:260
  AQC Database No. 6635


Charles XV (1826-1872), (Karl/Carl XV), King of Sweden & Norway (1857-72), GM [SKA] (VSV), Grand (Land) Lodge of Sweden (SFMO), initiated Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) in all ten degrees of the 'Swedish Rite' [SKA] (1868), in Stockholm; See also: (in AQC vol.72:76-97) & (in AQC vol.108:81-121) 106:80-1
  AQC Database No. 6636


Charleston, Grand Council of Princes of Jerusalem (1788) [A&ASR]! 100:47; Grand Sublime Council (1797) (USA) 43
  AQC Database No. 6637


Charleston, South Carolina (USA), L.236 (A) [AGL] at 89:76
  AQC Database No. 6638


Charleston, Supreme Council for [A&ASR] (SMJ) (1801) (USA) 109:258
  AQC Database No. 6639


Charlestown, Maryland, Lodge (1766) at (USA) 90:224
  AQC Database No. 6640


Charlesworth, Dr., his Library of masonic books presented to the Gordon Lodge (L.1726!), Hanley, Potteries 13:133
  AQC Database No. 6641


Charlesworth, E.; History of the Falcon Lodge, No.1416. (1912), (L.1416) Thirsk (1872), reviewed (Hawkins) 25:130-1
  AQC Database No. 6642


Charlesworth, J.C.D. (Wakefield) 90:29, 36
  AQC Database No. 6643


Charleton, Dr. Walter; Chorea Gigantum (1663) 100:124
  AQC Database No. 6644


Charlotte, Queen of England, and King George III (1764), Mozart's visit and (K.10-K.15) 87:40, 49
  AQC Database No. 6645


Charrier, Louis Mathurin (Jamaica) 100:44
  AQC Database No. 6646


Charta Transmissionis, of Larmenius. (F.J.W. Crowe) 24:185-98
  AQC Database No. 6647


Charter incorporating the trades of Gateshead (1671). (W.H. Rylands) 15:153-61
  AQC Database No. 6648


Charter of Arras (1754), a fraud 102:259
  AQC Database No. 6649


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA]/(RS)! 109:155; See also: Jones, B.E.; The Freemason's Book of the Royal Arch (plate IV) 164n6
  AQC Database No. 6650


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA], by the Moderns Grand Lodge [PGL], constituting the 'Grand and Royal Arch Chapter of Jerusalem' (G.R.A.C.) 108:190; and Cadwallader, 9th Lord Blayney, GM [PGL] (1764-6) 197
  AQC Database No. 6651


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA], Royal Arch, the notorious 'alterations' to 107:151; 'The Fabrication of the Royal Arch Chapter of Compact', J.R. Dashwood (in AQC vol.64:136-7) 152n13
  AQC Database No. 6652


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA] 104:265
  AQC Database No. 6653


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA], Royal Arch (EC) and the 'Moderns' [PGL] 102:98, 108, 115
  AQC Database No. 6654


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA] 99:15, 153, 156
  AQC Database No. 6655


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA] 98:114, 117, 120, 125, 129
  AQC Database No. 6656


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA] 97:193
  AQC Database No. 6657


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA] 96:47, 50
  AQC Database No. 6658


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA] 95:37, 40
  AQC Database No. 6659


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA] 94:233
  AQC Database No. 6660


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA] 93:60, 187, 219
  AQC Database No. 6661


Charter of Compact (1780) [KT], Knights Templar, Bristol 91:141
  AQC Database No. 6662


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA] 86:12n5, 72, 337 bis, 338, 343
  AQC Database No. 6663


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA] 85:354, 355; its date 355
  AQC Database No. 6664


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA], Royal Arch (EC) 84:312
  AQC Database No. 6665


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA], and the Royal Arch (1766) [RA] (EC) [PGL], date forged 82:80
  AQC Database No. 6666


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA], Royal Arch (EC) 81:334
  AQC Database No. 6667


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA], Birth of Virtue (Q.13) 72:Inset.ML.6 (Misc.Lat.)
  AQC Database No. 6668


Charter of Compact (1766) [RA], (Dashwood, J.R.) The Falsification of the Royal Arch Charter of Compact [RA] 64:136-7
  AQC Database No. 6669


Charter of Larmenius. (John Yarker) 25:69-80
  AQC Database No. 6670


Charter of Transmission (of Larmenius), French Order of the Temple [KT] (1804), purported to prove that Jacques de Molay selected Jean Marc Larmenius as his successor (1314) 96:209
  AQC Database No. 6671


Charteris; See also: Elcho, Francis Charteris, Lord, GMM (SC) (1786-8), Scotland 103:221
  AQC Database No. 6672


Charters of Compact, Knights Templar [KT] (1791) 93:60-1, 64; K.T. (1805) 60, 64; K.T. (1809) 60-1, 64; R.A. (1766) [RA] 60, 187, 219
  AQC Database No. 6673


Chartes, École des (France), Mlle Bournonvill of, published a dissertation examining the lives of some prominent freemason in the 'Department du Nord' in the 18th-Century, (according to wills with inventories of their masonic libraries) (PhD) 108:5
  AQC Database No. 6674


Chartists (Radical demonstrators, after the English Reform act of 1832) 106:84
  AQC Database No. 6675


Charton (ship broker) 106:213
  AQC Database No. 6676


Chartres Cathedral 105:246
  AQC Database No. 6677


Chartres Cathedral 102:251-2
  AQC Database No. 6678


Chartres Cathedral 94:7-8
  AQC Database No. 6679


Chartres, Louis Philippe, Duc de (later Duc d'Orléans), GM (GOdF) (1773-93), France 107:177
  AQC Database No. 6680


Chartres, Louis-Philippe-Joseph, Duc de (later Duc d'Orléans, 1787), GM (GOdF) (1771-93), France 104:107-10, 113, 117-18
  AQC Database No. 6681


Chartres, Louis-Philippe-Joseph, Duc de (later Duc d'Orléans, 1787),, GM (GOdF) (1771-93), France 101:54, 68, 90
  AQC Database No. 6682


Chartres, Louis Philippe, Duc de (later Duc d'Orléans), GM (GOdF) (1771-93), France 99:28
  AQC Database No. 6683


Chartres, Louis de Bourbon, Duc de, Prince (Bourbon-Conty) 98:84
  AQC Database No. 6684


Chartres, Louis-Philippe, Duc de (later Duc d'Orleans, and 'Egalite'), GM (GOdF), Grande Orient de France (1771-93) 86:8, 314
  AQC Database No. 6685


Chartres, Duc de; See also: Orleans, Duc d', Philippe Egalité (cousin of the King), GM (Grande Loge de France) (1771), GM (GOdF) (1773), France 83:251-3, 263, 271
  AQC Database No. 6686


Chartres, The Duke of, Deputy GM (France), sole GM of all the Lodges of Grand Elus in France, Master of the Lodge of Perfection of Observance of the Seven Degrees (1764) 39:71-2
  AQC Database No. 6687


Charts, Masonic, A Family of Six (Barrett) 105:138-54
  AQC Database No. 6688


Charts, Symbolical chart (1789) 3:36-7, 109
  AQC Database No. 6689


Chastanier, Benedict, a most active mason, and a leading light of the Swedenborgian Right (1780s) 108:123
  AQC Database No. 6690


Château d'Aubigny, Loge du, L.133* [PGL] (Erased, 1768), Aubigny, France 86:15, 15n5, 18, 20, 20n2, 24
  AQC Database No. 6691


Chater-Cosmo Transactions, vol.3 (1981) q. 98:54, 60
  AQC Database No. 6692


Chatterton L.5386 Bristol 100:263
  AQC Database No. 6693


Chaucer, Geoffrey (c.1340-1404), poet 103:3
  AQC Database No. 6694


Chaucer, Geoffrey (c.1340-1404), poet 94:212
  AQC Database No. 6695


Chaucer, Geoffrey (c.1340-1404), poet 90:290
  AQC Database No. 6696


Chaucer, Geoffrey (c.1340-1404); Canterbury Tales (n.d.) 88:1, 7, 15, 16 bis
  AQC Database No. 6697


Chaucer, Geoffrey (c.1340-1404); 'The Astrolabe' and 'The Somnour's Tale (late 14th-C.) q. 82:256, 257; Treatise on the Astrolabe (1391) q.256
  AQC Database No. 6698


Chaussée, Henri-Joseph Brest de la (b.1733); Mémoire Justificatif du F :. De la Chuasée of 1773. (1773) (his defence 'Pamphlet'), and the 'Schism' between (Grand Lodge) & (Grand Orient), France 104:95-120
  AQC Database No. 6699


Chaussée, Henri-Joseph Brest de la (b.1733), his manuscript list of French lodges 'Tableaux' (Tableau) (1765), published (1929) by Arthur Groussier 101:40-1, 59-60, 67-8, 73
  AQC Database No. 6700


Chaussée, Henri-Joseph Brest de la (b.1733); Mémoire Justificatif du F :. De la Chuasée of 1773. (1773) 100:251, 256
  AQC Database No. 6701


Chaussée, Henri-Joseph Brest de la (b.1733); Mémoire Justificatif du F :. De la Chuasée of 1773. (1773) 97:182
  AQC Database No. 6702


Chaussée, Henri-Joseph Brest de la (b.1733); Le Mémoire Justificative (1773) (Mémoire Justificatif du F :. De la Chuasée of 1773.) (1773) 91:214
  AQC Database No. 6703


Chauvelin, Louis de (or Jacques-Bernard Chauvelin de Beauséjour, (fl.1732, Paris) 104:128, 135
  AQC Database No. 6704


Chayter, Sir W., at the Provincial Grand Lodge meeting, with Lord Durham (1834) 109:149
  AQC Database No. 6705


Cheaney, D.E., The Chapains' jewels 104:263
  AQC Database No. 6706


Cheddar, Somerset, royal palace at 90:326
  AQC Database No. 6707


Cheesman, William Norwood, on deciphering the Knights Templar Certificate (in AQC vol.14:52) 15:61; (Thorp, John Thomas; Levander, F.W.; Adrianyi, Emile) 135-6
  AQC Database No. 6708


Cheesman, William Norwood, York Masonry in the 17th Certury (notes) 12:47
  AQC Database No. 6709


Cheesman, William Norwood, An Old Lodge and its Refreshment bills 10:77-9
  AQC Database No. 6710


Chefdebien, d'Armissan (1758-1814), as 'Eques a Capite Galeato' representing the IIIrd Province (Occitanie) [OS]/[RER] at the Wilhemsbad Convent (1782), subsequently became a founder of the 'Philadelphes de Narbonne' (1813?) 109:41, 50n141
  AQC Database No. 6711


Cheffers, Baron Carl Fredrik (Sweden), deputed to form lodges (1737) [SKA] 105:244
  AQC Database No. 6712


Chekiang, the Sassoon in control of the financiers of, (anti-Jewish statement) (1930s) (Japan) 107:89
  AQC Database No. 6713


Chelmsford, Frederick John, 1st Viscount (1868-1933), Viceroy of India (1916) 103:60-1
  AQC Database No. 6714


Cheltenham, Masonic Hall and Synagogue 95:219
  AQC Database No. 6715


Cheney, C.R.; Handbook of Dates (1991) (Historical Society) 108:233n39
  AQC Database No. 6716


Cheri, Joseph N., S.G.C. (33() [A&ASR], Louisiana (USA) 97:91-3, 96, 101
  AQC Database No. 6717


Cheriyan, P.V., M.D., Governor of the Province of Maharashtra (India) 92:183
  AQC Database No. 6718


Cherokees, paid by the English a premium for each French scalp, New Orleans (1756) (USA) 107:169
  AQC Database No. 6719


Cherubini, Luigi (composer) 94:66
  AQC Database No. 6720


Cherubs in heraldry (masonic arms, supporting the Crest/Ark) 99:221
  AQC Database No. 6721


Chesebro, Nicholas (pleaded guilty to abduction, in the Morgan affair) (1826) (USA) 106:131-2
  AQC Database No. 6722


Chesham MS. (c.1740), [Catechism] [EMC], (Ritual) virtually copy of the two 1730 [Exposures], 'The Mystery of Free-Masonry' and 'Masonry Dissected' [MD] 106:53
  AQC Database No. 6723


Cheshire Cheese, Arundel St., Lodge (c.1723) at the 105:192
  AQC Database No. 6724


Cheshire Cheese, L.4 at, in Grand Lodge Minutes (1723) [PGL] 85:303
  AQC Database No. 6725


Cheshire Cheese (Tavern), in Arundel Street, Lodge (T.I.) meeting at 82:254
  AQC Database No. 6726


Chester, (Smallwood, R.H.) Early Freemasonry in Chester 50:77-91
  AQC Database No. 6727


Chester, (Coulthurst, S.L. & Lawson, P.H.) The Lodge of Randle Holme at Chester (Gilds) 45:68-89
  AQC Database No. 6728


Chester, (Songhurst, W.J.) Summer Outing (1905), to Chester 18:196-200
  AQC Database No. 6729


Chester, Company of Masons at 85:26; old Lodge at 16, 26; See also: Sun Lodge 298, 303
  AQC Database No. 6730


Chester, Company of Masons at, and the Lodge of Randle Holme III, at (1662) 69:95; (in AQC vol.45:68) 94n1
  AQC Database No. 6731


Chester, Lodges (in 1725) at 'The Sun' 101:165; (L.32*) (1724-55) at The Spread Eagle 48, 119n2
  AQC Database No. 6732


Chester, L.167* (1739-1838) at 98:149-50, 156, 169
  AQC Database No. 6733


Chester, old Lodge in (c.1660) 107:65
  AQC Database No. 6734


Chester, old (early) lodge(s) at 103:22, 113
  AQC Database No. 6735


Chester, old lodge (c.1672) at 100:151
  AQC Database No. 6736


Chester, old lodge (c.1672) at 99:149
  AQC Database No. 6737


Chester, old lodge at 97:126
  AQC Database No. 6738


Chester, old lodge at 96:172-3
  AQC Database No. 6739


Chester, old lodge (c.1625) at 95:163
  AQC Database No. 6740


Chester, old (early) lodge at 94:40
  AQC Database No. 6741


Chester, old lodge (1665) at 92:200
  AQC Database No. 6742


Chester, old lodge at 91:83, 91, 97, 98
  AQC Database No. 6743


Chester, old lodge (c.1665) at 89:23, 25, 27-8, 29-30; siege (1643-5) of 24; tradesman masons of 25
  AQC Database No. 6744


Chester, old lodge of tradesmen (c.1660) at 88:78, 83
  AQC Database No. 6745


Chester Play, the q. 94:34-5
  AQC Database No. 6746


Chesterfield, Philip Stanhope Dormer (1736-1768), 5th Earl of!, illegitimate son to Lord Chesterfield 82:261-2
  AQC Database No. 6747


Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope (1694-1773), 4th Earl of 105:76-7, 79, 86
  AQC Database No. 6748


Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope (1694-1773), 4th Earl of, q. 103:191
  AQC Database No. 6749


Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope (1694-1773), 4th Earl of 101:6
  AQC Database No. 6750


Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope (1694-1773), 4th Earl of 95:170, 172, q.173, q.174, 175-7
  AQC Database No. 6751


Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope (1694-1773), 4th Earl of 94:152
  AQC Database No. 6752


Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope (1694-1773), 4th Earl of 92:52, 60
  AQC Database No. 6753


Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope (1694-1773), 4th Earl of, at the Duke of Lorraine's initiation (1731) 83:169; his initiation reported by Anderson 'Book of Constitutions' (1738) q.169
  AQC Database No. 6754


Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope (1694-1773), 4th Earl of, init. (1721), as Lord Chesterfield (1726), at the Hague (1731) (Francis, Duke of Lorraine), nominated GM [AGL] (1751) 82:261-2; Alec Mellor's life of (1969) 261-2; Lord Chesterfield's letters to his Son, and Others (1739/68) 261; William Dood (d.1777) 262
  AQC Database No. 6755


Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope (1694-1773), 4th Earl of 81:82, 90, 99-100, 111; advice to his son about Jesuits (1749) 106; Montesquieu and 96, 98
  AQC Database No. 6756


Chesterton, G.K., (R.C.); The Napoleon of Notting Hill (1904), (Fiction) q. 93:10
  AQC Database No. 6757


Chetwin, Harry W., 'Variations in Masonic Ceremonial' (Prestonian Lecture) (1951) [PL] 94:195-202
  AQC Database No. 6758


Chetwode Crawley MS. (c.1700) [Catechism], scottish ritual (SC) 106:149, 234
  AQC Database No. 6759


Chetwode Crawley MS. (c.1700) [Catechism], scottish ritual (SC) 102:123
  AQC Database No. 6760


Chetwode Crawley MS. (c.1700) [Catechism], scottish ritual (SC) 103:110
  AQC Database No. 6761


Chetwode Crawley MS. (c.1700) [Catechism], scottish ritual (SC) 97:35-6
  AQC Database No. 6762


Chetwode Crawley MS. (c.1700) [Catechism], scottish ritual (SC) 94:41, 115-16, 201
  AQC Database No. 6763


Chetwode Crawley MS. (c.1700) [Catechism], scottish ritual (SC) 90:86
  AQC Database No. 6764


Chetwode Crawley MS. (c.1700) [Catechism], scottish ritual (SC) 86:36, 82, 276
  AQC Database No. 6765


Chetwode Crawley MS. (c.1700) [Catechism], scottish ritual (SC) 84:158n2, 206, 294-305 passim, 318; commentary on (J.T. Thorp) 302, 303-4
  AQC Database No. 6766


Chetwode Crawley MS. (c.1700) [Catechism], scottish ritual (SC) 83:338 bis, 339, 340, 342-57 passim
  AQC Database No. 6767


Chetwode Crawley MS. (c.1700) [Catechism], scottish ritual (SC), [EMC], compared with other catechisms 85:331-3 passim, 339-44 passim, 347-8; on points of entrance 367; and references to the 'Mason Word' 218, 227-8, 229-30, 233, 238; where reproduced 219
  AQC Database No. 6768


Chetwode Crawley MS. (c.1700) [Catechism], scottish ritual (SC) 81:158
  AQC Database No. 6769


Chetwode Crawley MS. (c.1700) [Catechism], scottish ritual (SC) 66:42
  AQC Database No. 6770


Chetwode Crawley MS. (c.1700) [Catechism], scottish ritual (SC), (Hughan, W.J.), The "Chetwode Crawley MS." 17:91-2
  AQC Database No. 6771


Chetwode Crawley, William John+ (1844-1916); See also: Crawley, William John Chetwode+ (1844-1916), Dublin (Ireland), his Obituary 29:239-242
  AQC Database No. 6772


Chetwode, William Rufus; The Generous Free-Mason (1730-1) (opera, song) [Pamphlet], [EMP] q. 103:151
  AQC Database No. 6773


Chetwood, William Rufus, (Hextall, W.B.) A Masonic Pantomime and some other Plays 24:180-1
  AQC Database No. 6774


Chetwood, William Rufus, (Hextall, W.B.) A Masonic Pantomime and some other Plays 21:138-60
  AQC Database No. 6775


Chevalier D'Eon. (W.J. Chetwode Crawley) 17:63-4, 72
  AQC Database No. 6776


Chevalier D'Eon. (W.J. Chetwode Crawley) 16:231-51
  AQC Database No. 6777


Chevalier d'Orient, 'French Rite' degree 104:209; See also: Knights of the East, [A&ASR] etc.
  AQC Database No. 6778


Chevalier d'Orient, degree (France) 97:177
  AQC Database No. 6779


Chevalier de l'Aigle blance et noir, (9th degree, in 3 classes, of the Philosophic Rite, Rit Philosophique), France (1804-c.1826) 92:203
  AQC Database No. 6780


Chevalier de l'Anneau Lumineux, (8th degree of the Philosophic Rite, Rit Philosophique), France (1804-c.1826) 92:202-3
  AQC Database No. 6781


Chevalier de l'Epée (Knights of the Sword), The 18th-C. French degree of (Read) 87:235-9
  AQC Database No. 6782


Chevalier de l'Epée ou de l'Orient (Knight of the Sword or of the East) 85:166, 171, 174
  AQC Database No. 6783


Chevalier du Soleil (degree), Philosophic Rite (Rit Philosophique), Knight of the Sun, later the 28th degree of the Ancient and Accepted Rite [A&ASR], credited by Gustave Bord as a creation of Pernety of the Illuminés d'Avignon (c.1766) 108:141
  AQC Database No. 6784


Chevalier du Soleil, (7th degree of the Philosophic Rite, Rit Philosophique), France (1804-c.1826) 92:202
  AQC Database No. 6785


Chevalier Elú Philosophe, (5th degree of the Philosophic Rite, Rit Philosophique), France (1804-c.1826) 92:202
  AQC Database No. 6786


Chevalier of Darius, Prince of Ishmael (36(), (Rite of Ishmael) 85:265n2
  AQC Database No. 6787


Chevalier, Pierre, french non-masonic author who understand Freemasonry and write pertinently about it 107:65
  AQC Database No. 6788


Chevalier, Pierre, on the Elect Rite as the first of the high degree systems to emerge [HG] 106:162; Histoire de la Franc-Maçonnerie Francaise (Paris, 1974) 111
  AQC Database No. 6789


Chevalier, Pierre; Les ducs sous L'Acacia, ou Les Premiers Pas de la Franc-Maçonnerie Française, 1725-1743. (1964), (Duke of Acacia, France, 1725-43), reviewed (Tunbridge) 77:193-4
  AQC Database No. 6790


Chevalier Rose-Croix, 'French Rite' degree 104:209
  AQC Database No. 6791


Chevaliers Bienfaisants de la Cité Sainte, (C.B.C.S.) degree (6() (CBCS) [RER], (Beneficent Knights of the Holy City) 109:39-42, 50n140, 63, 72, 75, 79; degree system of a 'Higher Class/Inner Order' (Scottish Rectified Freemasonry) [RER], the Knights split according to social status, the 'Milites' for the nobles and Knights of Saint Louis, the 'Clerici' for the ecclesiastics, and the 'Equites Cives' for the middle class, based on [OS] and Catholic liturgy, introduced by Willermoz, at the 'Convent des Gaules', Lyon (1778) 39-40, 49n128
  AQC Database No. 6792


Chevaliers Bienfaisants de la Cite Sainte, (C.B.C.S.), (6th and final degree of [RER] Rite) 106:111
  AQC Database No. 6793


Chevaliers Bienfaisants de la Cité Sainte, (C.B.C.S.) [RER], (the 6th and final degree) 105:96, 121
  AQC Database No. 6794


Chevaliers Bienfaisants de la Cité Sainte, Order/degree (C.B.C.S.) [RER] 103:245
  AQC Database No. 6795


Chevaliers Bienfaisants de la Cité Sainte, (C.B.C.S.) degree (6() (CBCS) [RER] 100:3-4
  AQC Database No. 6796


Chevaliers Bienfaisants de la Cité Sainte, (C.B.C.S.) (Knight Beneficent of the Holy City) 6th (6() and final degree of the Rectified (Scottish) Rite (CBCS) [RER] 99:94-7
  AQC Database No. 6797


Chevaliers Bienfaisants de la Cité Sainte, Order of (6th degree of the) [RER] 93:74
  AQC Database No. 6798


Chevaliers Bienfaisants de la Cité Sainte, Les (C.B.C.S.), (6(), Rectified Rite [RER] 90:278
  AQC Database No. 6799


Chevaliers Bienfaisants de la Cité Sainte, (C.B.C.E.) (CBCE) (degree) [RER], by Willermoz 85:375
  AQC Database No. 6800


Chevaliers de la Jubilation, Les, a club (1710) at The Hague 100:152
  AQC Database No. 6801


Chevaliers de Palestine, Chapterial Lodge Les (Memphis Rite, 1840), Marseilles 92:12n11
  AQC Database No. 6802


Chevaliers des Pyramides, French Lodge at Cairo 98:10
  AQC Database No. 6803


Chevaliers Des Cinq Epees, (Vaillant, J.P.) Les Chevaliers des Cinq Epees 6:97
  AQC Database No. 6804


Chevaliers of Palestine, or Rose-Croix Brethren of the Orient ([KT]) (Memphis Rite) 92:1
  AQC Database No. 6805


Chevallier, ... , GM (GOdF), France (in 1948) 97:9
  AQC Database No. 6806


Chevallier, Pierre (France); Histoire de la franc-maçonnerie française. La maçonnerie: école de l'égalité, 1725-1799. (1974), on Willermoz [RER] 109:66, 71, 78, 80n14-5
  AQC Database No. 6807


Chevallier, Pierre (France) 104:111; Ducs sous l'Acacia, Les (1964) 135; Histoire de la Franc-Maçonnerie Française (1974) 110, 129n7, 136; La première profanation du Temple Maçonnique, ou Louis XV et la Fraternité 1737-1755. (1968) 135
  AQC Database No. 6808


Chevallier, Pierre (France), (non-masonic historian) 101:35; La première profanation du Temple Maçonnique, ou Louis XV et la Fraternité 1737-1755. (1968) 119n5
  AQC Database No. 6809


Chevallier, Pierre (France) 100:38; (PC) and 'Dictionnaire de la Franc-Maçonnerie' (1987) (ed. Daniel Ligou) 256
  AQC Database No. 6810


Chevallier, Pierre (France), writer (non-masonic historians) 98:222
  AQC Database No. 6811


Chevallier, Pierre (France); Les Ducs sous l'Acacia; ou Les premiers pas de la Franc-Maçonnerie française, 1725-1743. (1964) 95:119
  AQC Database No. 6812


Chevallier, Pierre (France), on the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite [A&ASR] (France), for the French Lodge of Research 'Villard de Honnecourt' (L.81) (GLNF), and 'Bibliothèque Nationale' (Paris) 94:217
  AQC Database No. 6813


Chevallier, Pierre (France); Histoire de la Franc-Maçonnerie française. (1974) 92:138n11; La première profanation du Temple Maçonnique, ou Louis XV et la Fraternité 1737-1755. (1968) 138n11, 145
  AQC Database No. 6814


Chevallier, Pierre (France), Bibliographical, concise review of his masonic books: Les ducs sous l'acacia (1964) (Duks under the Acacia); Histoire de la Franc-Maçonnerie Française (1974) (History of French Freemasonry, from 1725-1945) 91:106
  AQC Database No. 6815


Chevallier, Pierre (France); Les Ducs sous l'Acacia (1964) 86:13n2, 15, 21n3
  AQC Database No. 6816


Chevallier, Pierre (France), "Francs-Maçons Parisiens et Lorrains" 81:93-4
  AQC Database No. 6817


Chevassus, Eléonor (Memphis Rite) 92:7, 11, 12n26,27
  AQC Database No. 6818


Chewton, Lord, son of the Earl of Waldegrave, visiting the lodge in Paris (1735), in 'The Whitehall Evening Post' (London) 81:97
  AQC Database No. 6819


Chiang Kai-shek, generalissimo (China/Taiwan) 107:89
  AQC Database No. 6820


Chiba, Masao Masuda at (1942), Japan 107:93
  AQC Database No. 6821


Chicago, Illinois (USA), The National Christian Association of (1882), (The Morgan affair) 106:136
  AQC Database No. 6822


Chicago, Masonic Temple medal 98:131
  AQC Database No. 6823


Chicago Tribune, The (1883) (USA) 87:250
  AQC Database No. 6824


Chichester, (Hextall, W.B.) Summer Outing (1910), to Chichester (Topography) 23:187-90
  AQC Database No. 6825


Chichester, (Thorp, J.T.) Chichester certificates (Eighteenth Century) 16:212
  AQC Database No. 6826


Chichester, (Forbes, S.R.) The Chichester Stone; See also: (in AQC vol.22:62) 13:26-67
  AQC Database No. 6827


Chichester, K.T. Encampment at (fl.1794) [KT] 91:141
  AQC Database No. 6828


Chichester, L.31* (1724-69) at (of St. John) 103:22-3, 46, 51
  AQC Database No. 6829


Chichester, L.31* (?1693-1769) at 'The Swan' 95:163
  AQC Database No. 6830


Chichester, old lodge (1696?) at 103:22-3
  AQC Database No. 6831


Chichester, old lodge (1695) at (later L.20* of St. John) 91:98
  AQC Database No. 6832


Chief Master of Masons, Scotland 94:138
  AQC Database No. 6833


Child, nacked, symbolic 106:154
  AQC Database No. 6834


Childers, Hugh, English Home Secretary (1886) 99:172
  AQC Database No. 6835


Chile, Grand Lodge of (1862), Santiago de Chile; Grandes Maestros de la Mansoneria Chilena: 1862-1998. (1996), (GM's of Chile, 1862-1998), reviewed (Zeldis) 109:255
  AQC Database No. 6836


Chile, Hamburg Grand Lodge (JLF) (Germany), (in exile in) (1935-49) 97:5, 8
  AQC Database No. 6837


Chile, the Grand Lodge of Chile, A tribute of the Parliament of The Republic of Chile to (1992) reviewed (Read, etc.) 106:241-44
  AQC Database No. 6838


Chillingworth, William, (17th-C.) writer 85:211
  AQC Database No. 6839


Chin-Quaw-Ky-Po, "the first Emperor of China" 81:295
  AQC Database No. 6840


China Fleet, Lodge of Instruction (1929) in the 86:154
  AQC Database No. 6841


China, Grand Lodge (1954) of, Taipei 104:28
  AQC Database No. 6842


China, (Gratton, F.M.) Was Chang a Mason? 12:106-7
  AQC Database No. 6843


China, (Moyle, J.C.) Chinese secret societies 7:131-3
  AQC Database No. 6844


China, (Campbell, J.M.) Chinese Secret Societies 6:193-4
  AQC Database No. 6845


China, (Alabaster, Chaloner) Freemasonry in China 2:119-22
  AQC Database No. 6846


China, (Simpson, William) Secret societies in China 2:117-18
  AQC Database No. 6847


Chinese Nationalist Government (1930s) 107:89
  AQC Database No. 6848


Chippendale, Thomas, three Lodge chairs by (c.1760) 82:42
  AQC Database No. 6849


Chiragan Palace (Turkey) 107:231
  AQC Database No. 6850


Chisel, the, and its symbolism (WT), (Q.134) 85:364-5
  AQC Database No. 6851


Chisels, (Speth, G.W.) Broached Thurnel (Geometrical Master Masons), (WT) 12:205-6
  AQC Database No. 6852


Chisholm, Alexander (fl.1855) 92:190
  AQC Database No. 6853


chit (of a girl), derogatory use 107:43
  AQC Database No. 6854


Chitty, Lt.-Col. Jack W., of [RCC], [KT], [ROS], [etc.] 106:180
  AQC Database No. 6855


Chitty, Lt.-Col. Jack W., G.Sec. Mark (1955-68) (EC) 84:284
  AQC Database No. 6856


Chitty, Lt.-Col. Jack W.; History of Mark Grand Lodge and Royal Ark Mariners (1969) (Handfield-Jones), reviewed by 82:258
  AQC Database No. 6857


Chitty, Lt.-Col. Jack W., Centenary history of the Pitt MacDonald L.1198. (1867-1967) (Allan Taylor), reviewed by 81:234-5
  AQC Database No. 6858


Chivalic, degrees 106:160; von Hund's Strict Observance [OS] 162
  AQC Database No. 6859


Chivalry, (Littleton, J.) Masonic Chivalry 18:153-6
  AQC Database No. 6860


Chivalry, Orders of [HG]/[KT], (Cameron, Sir C.A.) On the origin and progress of Chivalric Freemasonry in the British Isles 24:68
  AQC Database No. 6861


Chivalry, Orders of [HG]/[KT], (Cameron, Sir C.A.) On the origin and progress of Chivalric Freemasonry in the British Isles 14:56-7
  AQC Database No. 6862


Chivalry, Orders of [HG]/[KT], (Cameron, Sir C.A.) On the origin and progress of Chivalric Freemasonry in the British Isles 13:156-74
  AQC Database No. 6863


Chiveto, Q. Pantaleon, Zante (on Lodge Phoenix, petition to GOdF, 1858) 106:222
  AQC Database No. 6864


Chocke, Alexander, Deputy GM [PGL] (1728) 103:29; signs as SGW (1728) 186
  AQC Database No. 6865


Choinice (Conitz), Freemasonry in (Poland) 104:211-14
  AQC Database No. 6866


Choiseul, supplicated by Jean Milhet, at the cession of French New Orleans to Spain (c.1765) (USA) 107:169
  AQC Database No. 6867


Choisie, La, Netherlandic lodge (1762-7) in Batavia (G) 104:3
  AQC Database No. 6868


Choix des Hommes, Lodge Le, Saint-Domingue 100:48
  AQC Database No. 6869


Choix Réuni, Lodge Le, (1784) (GOdF), St. Lucia (West Indies) 88:201
  AQC Database No. 6870


cholera epidemic (1832) & (1849), Plymouth (England) 107:215-6
  AQC Database No. 6871


Choloniestri, Count Andre (Naples) 93:80
  AQC Database No. 6872


Choumitzky, Nicholas (France), and Morin (Nicolas) 103:205
  AQC Database No. 6873


Choumitzky, Nicholas, (France), of St. Claudius L.21* (GLNF) (1928), affiliated to Research L.81 'Villard de Honnecourt' (1967) (GLNF), Paris 101:33, 37-8, 56, q.58, 66-8, 90; his Nazi papers, and expulsion as Fellow of the Philalethes Society (PS) [TPS] (1948) 101-3; his 'Ukrainian' documents 100-2, 124, 128
  AQC Database No. 6874


Choumitzky, Nicholas, (France), and Morin's letter; St. Claudius No.21, Compte rendu 1927-1928. (1927-28) 99:15, 34n3, 35n
  AQC Database No. 6875


Chowar (ceremonial fan) 88:220
  AQC Database No. 6876


Chrétien, Gilles Louis (1754-1811), artist, France 30:132n4
  AQC Database No. 6877


Christ, Johann (Josef Anton), and Lessing, Germany (G) 88:99
  AQC Database No. 6878


Christ, Portuguese Order of, (Lafontaine, H.T.C.de.) The Portuguese Order of Christ 49:4-21
  AQC Database No. 6879


Christ's Hospital School Grace, q. 96:203
  AQC Database No. 6880


Christensen, Orla Støcker (b.1925), init. (1962), Assistant GM [SKA] (DDFL) (1984-1996) (Emulation/Craft Rite, Denmark), founding member of Craft Research L.843 'Sit Lux' (1996/7) (DDFL), ed. 'Latomia Daniae' (Frimureren) (1996-) masonic periodical (DDFL), Denmark <pieces@post7.tele.dk>; See: Denmark (DDFL), (DDFO)/[SKA]
  AQC Database No. 6881


Christian (faith) chronology 103:2
  AQC Database No. 6882


Christian (faith), removal of references to, from ritual [UGL], by the Duke of Sussex, GM [UGL] (1813-43) 106:2; early 18, 47; persecution of 25
  AQC Database No. 6883


Christian belief, be it Catholic or Protestant, as part of the 'Enlightenment' (18th-century) 109:2
  AQC Database No. 6884


Christian Cynosure, The (19th-C.-1962) 95:5
  AQC Database No. 6885


Christian faith, as a pre-requisite for membership of 'Scandinavian/Swedish Rite' (Denmark/Iceland/Norway/Sweden/Berlin-North Germany) [SKA] 106:110
  AQC Database No. 6886


Christian Freemasonry in England (Craft) (pre-1813), as St. John lodges 85:198; and the Jewish faith 208
  AQC Database No. 6887


Christian Freemasonry 83:233
  AQC Database No. 6888


Christian IX (1818-1906), King of Denmark (1863-1906), Non-mason, but Protector of the National Grand Land-Lodge of Denmark (DDSL)/(DDFO) [SKA], father to Queen Alexandra (wife to Edward VII) 109:98, 110n20
  AQC Database No. 6889


Christian IX (1818-1906), King of Denmark (1863-1906), Non-mason, but Protector of the National Grand Land-Lodge of Denmark (DDFO) [SKA], father to Queen Alexandra (wife to Edward VII) 108:81
  AQC Database No. 6890


Christian IX (1818-1906), King of Denmark (1863-1906), Non-mason, but Protector of the National Grand Land-Lodge of Denmark (DDFO) [SKA] 90:280
  AQC Database No. 6891


Christian Mark, Knight of the (degree), by Driggs (1819), Trinidad [KT]? 88:206
  AQC Database No. 6892


Christian Masonry (Scandinavian/Swedish Rite) [HG]/[SKA], only members of the christian faith (no jewish members), regarding the relationship between the Scandinavian and British Grand Lodges [UGL] (1877)/(SC) (1868)/(SFMO)/(DDFO)(DDSL) 109:102, 107-8, 112n55, 114n82
  AQC Database No. 6893


Christian til Palmetræet (Palmetree) Lodge (Copenhagen) [SKA], (Lange, Albert J.) A Danish Freemasons' Lodge unknown in Denmark (Palmtree) (1786) [HG] 12:166
  AQC Database No. 6894


Christian tradition, lingered on in Lodge Consecration, after the Union (1813) 83:21n3
  AQC Database No. 6895


Christian VI (1699-1746), King of Denmark and Norway (1730-1746), (Queen Sophie Magdalene), joined the 'Anti-masonic Society' (1741) [SKA] 90:277 bis
  AQC Database No. 6896


Christian VII (1749-1808), King of Denmark and Norway (1766-1808) [SKA], gave official recognition to Freemasonry (1792) [RER] 83:259
  AQC Database No. 6897


Christian VII (1749-1808), King of Denmark and Norway (1766-1808) [SKA], (brother-in-law to English King George III), dining with Benjamin Franklin in London (c.1760) 40:10
  AQC Database No. 6898


Christian VIII (1786-1848) (Christian Frederik), married to daughter of Carl of Hessen-Kassel (1790), King of Denmark (1839-1848), init. (1817), General GM [SKA] (1836-48) Grand Lodge of Denmark [RER] 90:279
  AQC Database No. 6899


Christian X (1870-1947), King of Denmark (1912-1947) and Iceland (1912-1941), init. (Z&F) (1889), (R&K) (1898), Sovereign GM [SKA] (1912-1947) (VSV), National Grand Land-Lodge of Denmark (DDSL)/(DDFO), Past GM [UGL] (1946) 107:261
  AQC Database No. 6900


Christian X (1870-1947), King of Denmark (1912-1947) and Iceland (1912-1941), init. (Z&F) (1889), (R&K) (1898), Sovereign GM [SKA] (1912-1947) (VSV) National Grand Land-Lodge (DDSL)/(DDFO), Denmark (Swedish Rite/Scandinavian Rite) 90:280
  AQC Database No. 6901


Christian X (1870-1947), King of Denmark (1912-1947) and Iceland (1912-1941), init. (Z&F) (1889), (R&K) (1898), Sovereign GM [SKA] (1912-1947) (VSV) National Grand Land-Lodge (DDSL)/(DDFO), Denmark (Swedish Rite/Scandinavian Rite) 72:76-97 passim
  AQC Database No. 6902


Christianity and Freemasonry 97:34-74, 155-75
  AQC Database No. 6903


Christianity and Freemasonry, Oliver's views 98:28, 37-40, 41, 45, 47, 50-1, 59; See also: de-Christianization
  AQC Database No. 6904


Christianity, Christenthum und Maurerthum (c.1783) 97:70
  AQC Database No. 6905


Christoffersen, Jonas, his grave-plate (1855) [SKA] (Norway) 96:219, 219
  AQC Database No. 6906


Chronica Pontificum Ecclesiae Eboracensis (12th-C.) 99:57
  AQC Database No. 6907


Chronicle, The (Jamaica, 1818) q. 100:47
  AQC Database No. 6908


Chronicles, Second Book of, q. on the Winding staircase 81:342
  AQC Database No. 6909


Chronicon Abbati Ramesiensis (13th-C.) 99:60
  AQC Database No. 6910


Chronicon Monasterii de Abingdon (13th-C.) 99:60, q.73
  AQC Database No. 6911


Chroniques d'Histoire Maçonnique No.44 (1991) 105:255-6
  AQC Database No. 6912


chronology, masonic 94:1-5
  AQC Database No. 6913


Chrysostom, Archbishop, of Athens q. 95:11
  AQC Database No. 6914


Chubbuch; See also: Chabbuck, Samuel 106:133-5, 137
  AQC Database No. 6915


Chudley, Ron; Thomas Dunckerley. A Remarkable Freemason (1982), reviewed (Hamill) 94:224-6
  AQC Database No. 6916


Chulmleigh church, Devon, builders' rite 89:143
  AQC Database No. 6917


Chunaceiro, J.H.M.; The Evidence of Freemasonry from Ancient Hebrew Records (1896) 92:43-4
  AQC Database No. 6918


church services in regalia 101:134, 144, 149
  AQC Database No. 6919


Church (18th-century), Voltaire on the privileged position of priests and the Church itself, his 'écrasons l'infâme' phrase (let us crush the infamous one) (R.C.), France 109:8; Catholic Church, the Popes and freemasonry (Italy) 13
  AQC Database No. 6920


Church doors, spires and steeples 83:243-4
  AQC Database No. 6921


Church Guilds 106:42-3
  AQC Database No. 6922


Church of England, as national church (after the 'Civil War'), and dissenting sects (Quakers/ Calvinists/ Catholics/ Lutherans/ Anglicans/ Zwinglians/ Jesuits/ Jansenists/ Thomists/ Molinists), after the Acts of Uniformity (1552/59) 109:2-3
  AQC Database No. 6923


Church of England, General Synod (1987), on Freemasonry 104:79, 81, 91
  AQC Database No. 6924


Church of England Synod, debate on Freemasonry 101:148-9, 154, 158
  AQC Database No. 6925


Church of Rome, Roman Chatholic (R.C.) 106:187
  AQC Database No. 6926


Church of Rome (R.C.), the sprinkling of holy water, and Consecration 83:11-12; The Order of Laying the First Stone of a New Church according to the Roman Pontifical (n.d.) (Oates & Washbourne) 11n5
  AQC Database No. 6927


Church of the Santi Quattro Coronati, Rome. (S.R. Forbes) 27:20-1
  AQC Database No. 6928


Church Times, The 95:9, 15, 17
  AQC Database No. 6929


Churches, early, their ground plans 91:202-6
  AQC Database No. 6930


Churches' Concern with Freemasonry, The (Cryer) 95:1-18
  AQC Database No. 6931


Churchill, Brigadier, of the lodge held at the Duchess of Portsmouth's house, Paris (1734), (in 'The Whitehall Evening Post') 81:97
  AQC Database No. 6932


Churchill L.478, Oxford 85:293 bis
  AQC Database No. 6933


Churchill, Lord Henry John Spencer, Past SGW, Deputy GM [UGL] (1834)/(1836) 109:129, 135
  AQC Database No. 6934


Churchill, Sir Winston S. (1874-1965), a Druid (1908) 100:122-3, 125
  AQC Database No. 6935


Churchill, Sir Winston S. (1874-1965), (writing on the Boer war) 97:26, 33n52
  AQC Database No. 6936


Churchill, Sir Winston S. (1874-1965); History of the English-Speaking Peoples (1956-8) 89:109, 111
  AQC Database No. 6937


Churchill, Sir Winston S. (1874-1965), English Prime Minister (1940-45, 1951-55), init. L.1591 (1901), resigned (1912) 83:105; his Master-Mason apron and case acquired by U.G.L. Museum [UGL], 105
  AQC Database No. 6938


Churchward, Dr. Albert (of the Esoteric School); The Freemason (1915) q. 101:135, 141, 147, 149
  AQC Database No. 6939


Churchward, Dr. Albert (of the Esoteric School); Origin and Antiquity of Freemasonry. (1899), (Analogy to Eschatology/Egyptians), reviewed 12:40
  AQC Database No. 6940


Chyle, Peter (fl.1680) 96:158, q.162, 165
  AQC Database No. 6941


Chymical Wedding, The (1616) Andreae, (Rosicrucianism) alchemist/Rosenkreutz (Germany) 97:119-20
  AQC Database No. 6942


Cianchi, Captain Filippo (fl.1787) 98:206 bis
  AQC Database No. 6943


Cibber, Colley (1671-1751), actor and dramatist 107:48
  AQC Database No. 6944


Cibber, Colley (1671-1751), actor and dramatist 104:35
  AQC Database No. 6945


Cibber, Colley (1671-1757), actor, dramatist and poet 99:144
  AQC Database No. 6946


Cibber, Colley (1671-1757), Poet Laureate (1730-1757) 74:45
  AQC Database No. 6947


Cibber, Theophilus, actor 101:8
  AQC Database No. 6948


Cicero, Marcus Tullius, On the Orator 106:200, 208n1
  AQC Database No. 6949


Cicero, Marcus Tullius (106-43 B.C.) 101:4
  AQC Database No. 6950


Cicero, Marcus Tullius (106-43 B.C.), Tusculan Disputations q. 89:200, 204
  AQC Database No. 6951


Cipher; See also: 'The Mystery of the Folger Manuscript' (MS.), (Morris, S. Brent), [A&ASR] (USA) 105:95-122
  AQC Database No. 6952


Cipher?, A Masonic (Ringer) 94:210-11
  AQC Database No. 6953


Cipher, continental use of, to denote a 'Lodge' in print (square with a dot, sister lodges; soeurs chéries) 87:66, 71-2
  AQC Database No. 6954


Cipher, Masonic, use of, on Vidal's letters (1846) 85:171n1, 173
  AQC Database No. 6955


Ciphers, Masonic 84:196
  AQC Database No. 6956


Ciphers, Masonic 81:147, 151, 176 bis
  AQC Database No. 6957


Cipriani, Jean Baptiste, painter and designer 102:36
  AQC Database No. 6958


Cipriani, J.G.B., artist 87:247-8; design by 247
  AQC Database No. 6959


Circle New Holland (Kring Nieuw Holland), masonic study circle, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; See: Web Homepage <http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/4073/> (1998); c/o Hank van Tongeren <hvt@melbpc.org.au> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 6960


Circle, The Center of the; See: The Craft lodge 'Cirklens Centrum' L.840 (1994) (DDFL), Odder, Denmark; c/o <Error! Reference source not found.> (1998), Odder, Denmark [SKA]
  AQC Database No. 6961


Circle of swords (ritual), used by the Scottish Rite Apprentice degree [A&ASR] (USA) 107:183, 187n12; See also: (ritual) (UGL-NSW); See also: (used in old Danish 'Ritus Hauniensis') (DDFL) [SKA] (c.1929-92)
  AQC Database No. 6962


Circle, The Point within a (symbolism of) (Q.92) 81:356-357
  AQC Database No. 6963


Circle, (Speth, G.W.) Squaring the Circle Geometrically 8:217-19
  AQC Database No. 6964


circumambulations, used in the Scottish Rite Apprentice degree [A&ASR]; See also: (used in old Danish 'Ritus Hauniensis') (DDFL) [SKA] (c.1929-92) 107:183-4, 187n13
  AQC Database No. 6965


Circumcision (in the Hudibrastic Poem of 1723) 107:15
  AQC Database No. 6966


Cirillo, Domenico 93:84, 90, 92
  AQC Database No. 6967


Cirlot, J.E.; A Dictionary of Symbols (New York, 1991) 106:234
  AQC Database No. 6968


cit (abbr.) (for 'citizen', townsman or 'cockney') 107:25, 43
  AQC Database No. 6969


City and County of Albany Lodge (New York), (USA) 90:226
  AQC Database No. 6970


Civil War Research L.1865 (Virginia) (USA); See: Web Homepage <http://www.geocities.com/Athens/1799/cwlr.html> (1998), Paul M. Bessel, WM <paulb@cpcug.org> (1998)
  AQC Database No. 6971


Civil War, the (1640s), in England, and the Acts of Uniformity (1552/59) (Religious reformation) 109:2
  AQC Database No. 6972


Civil War, the (1640s), in England 107:64, 73, 82
  AQC Database No. 6973


Civil War, the English (1642) 106:20, 28, 32, 104
  AQC Database No. 6974


Civilità Cattolica (Vatican official organ), 'Criterion to be followed by Catholic Masons' and Giovanni Caprile (R.C.) q. 87:221-2
  AQC Database No. 6975


Civiltà Cattolica, La, (Jesuit periodical) (SJ) (R.C.) q. 104:58-9, q.61, q.62, 69-70; Giovanni Caprile, director of (Italy) 76
  AQC Database No. 6976


Clair, J. St.; Old Chichester Lodges (1909) (pamphlet) 22:193, 197
  AQC Database No. 6977


Clapham MS. (late 17th-C.) [D.e.20.] (Devonshire Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 99:140
  AQC Database No. 6978


Clapham MS. (late 17th-C.) [D.e.20.] (Devonshire Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family) 90:151, 169, 185, 186
  AQC Database No. 6979


Clapham MS. (late 17th-C.) [D.e.20.] (Devonshire Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family), at the Library of Provincial Grand Lodge of Yorkshire (West Riding) [UGL] 52:274
  AQC Database No. 6980


Clapham MS. (late 17th-C.) [D.e.20.] (Devonshire Branch, Grand Lodge MSS. family), (Baxter, R.H.) The Old Charges and the Ritual 31:33-55; location (West Yorkshire Library), and where reproduced (West Yorkshire Masonic Reprints, 1892) 40-44
  AQC Database No. 6981


Clare, Dr. (Sir) Michael Benignus, Provincial GM, Jamaica (1816-31) 100:47-8, 51
  AQC Database No. 6982


Clare, Dr. (Sir) Michael Benignus, Provincial GM, Jamaica (1816-31) 94:49-52 passim, 55-6
  AQC Database No. 6983


Clare, Dr. (Sir) Michael Benignus, Provincial GM, Jamaica (1816-31) 89:93
  AQC Database No. 6984


Clare, Martin (1688-1751), A.M. (Academy Master), F.R.S. (1735) (RS), Past Master (WM) of Friendship L.4* (1730s), JGW (1735), Deputy GM [PGL] (1741), his Lecture (pamphlet) translated to French and German (1754) (Kloss) 107:45, 47n16,17,18,19
  AQC Database No. 6985


Clare, Martin (1688-1751), Deputy GM [PGL] (1741) 101:191, 199, 228
  AQC Database No. 6986


Clare, Martin (1688-1751), JW of L.43 at the Cross Keys (1730), JGW (1734), Deputy GM [PGL] (1741) 85:300
  AQC Database No. 6987


Clare, Martin (1688-1751), JGW (1735) [PGL], lectures Lodge of Friendship on "Education" (1738) 82:334; See also: Martin Clare's Address (1735) [Pamphlet], in [EMP]
  AQC Database No. 6988


Clare, Martin (1688-1751), (Wonnacott, William) Martin Clare and "Defence of Masonry" (1730) [Rejoinder], to [MD]!, his Lecturers (1732) 28:80-110
  AQC Database No. 6989


Clare, Martin (1688-1751), (Gould, R.F.) Masonic Celebrities No.2, Martin Clare, A.M. (Academy Master)! (M.A.)! and F.R.S. (1735) (RS) 4:33-41
  AQC Database No. 6990


Clarence, Duke of, the unfounded connection with 'The Hudibrastic Poem of 1723' 107:41
  AQC Database No. 6991


Clarence, HRH Prince Albert Victor (1864-1892), Duke of, Provincial GM, Berkshire (1890-2), init. Royal Alpha L.16 (1885) by his father the Prince of Wales, Master (WM) of L.16 (1888) 107:123
  AQC Database No. 6992


Clarence, HRH Prince Albert Victor (1864-1892), Duke of, Provincial GM, Berkshire (1890-2) 103:66-7
  AQC Database No. 6993


Clarence, HRH Prince Albert Victor (1864-1892), Duke of, Provincial GM, Berkshire (1890-2) 99:179
  AQC Database No. 6994


Clarence, HRH Prince Albert Victor (1864-1892), Duke of, init. by his father the Prince of Wales, in Royal Alpha L.16 (1885), SGW [UGL] (1887), Provincial GM (1890) Berkshire 81:352-3
  AQC Database No. 6995


Clarence, HRH Prince Albert Victor (1864-1892), Duke of (Prince Albert Victor of Wales), init. Royal Alpha L.16 (1885), by his father the GM (later King Edward VII), SGW [UGL] (1887), Provincial GM [UGL] (Berkshire) (1890), his Obituary (Speth) 5:70
  AQC Database No. 6996


Clarence, HRH Prince William Henry (1765-1837), Duke of (1789), later William IV, King of England (1830-9), init. Prince George L.86, Portsmouth (1786) 108:117-18
  AQC Database No. 6997


Clarence, HRH Prince William Henry (1765-1837), Duke of, (later King William IV), Past GM [PGL] (1787) 93:39
  AQC Database No. 6998


Clarence, HRH Prince William Henry (1765-1837), Duke of, (later King William IV), Past GM [PGL] (1787) 89:214
  AQC Database No. 6999


Clarence, HRH Prince William Henry (1765-1837), Duke of, (later King William IV) (1830-37), installed as (WM) in the Prince of Wales L.259 (1828) by his brother the Duke of Sussex, GM [UGL] 84:56
  AQC Database No. 7000


Clarence, HRH Prince William Henry (1765-1837), Duke of (1789), third son of King George III, later William IV, King of England (1830-9), init. Prince George L.86, Plymouth (1786), Past GM [PGL] (1787), Master (WM) of Prince of Wales's L.259 (1828) 81:349
  AQC Database No. 7001


Clarence L.84*, St. Christopher, West Indies 90:118
  AQC Database No. 7002


Clarendon, Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of; The History of the Reign of Charles the Second from the Restoration to the end of the year 1667. (c.1709) 92:173, 185n2
  AQC Database No. 7003


Claret, G. (Q.10) 72:Inset.ML.6 (Misc.Lat.)
  AQC Database No. 7004


Claret, George (1783-1850), his rituals (printed); 'The Ceremonies of Initiation ...' (1838, et esq.) (Ritual) 105:39; (1848) 46
  AQC Database No. 7005


Claret, George (1783-1850), ritual printer, Past Master of L.12 and L.228 [UGL], visitor at Lodge of Reconciliation (c.1830s) 103:132; See also: Jones, Bernard E.; Freemasons' Guide and Compendium (1950/1956, p.228); See also: Prestonian Lecture (1925) [PL]
  AQC Database No. 7006


Claret, George (1783-1850); The Ceremonies of Initiation, Passing and Raising (1838) (first printed 'Ritual') 102:244
  AQC Database No. 7007


Claret, George (1783-1850); The Ceremonies of Initiation, Passing and Raising (1838/1866) (printed 'Ritual') 101:201-2, 204, q.205-7, 246-7; compared with Richard Carlile 246-7; Masonic Gleanings (1844) q.246-7
  AQC Database No. 7008


Claret, George (1783-1850), his rituals (printed) 99:152-3; Roy A. Wells on (in AQC vol.87:1-20) 166n4
  AQC Database No. 7009


Claret, George (1783-1850), and George Oliver 98:44; his (printed) ritual 'The Ceremonies of Initiation, Passing and Raising' (1838) (A Series of Masonic Illustrations, comprising all those taught by the late Bro. P.Gilkes with many others) (Ritual) 152; Masonic Gleanings (1844) 40
  AQC Database No. 7010


Claret, George (1783-1850); The Whole of the Lodge Ceremonies and Lectures in Craft Masonry: as taught by the late P. Gilkes, together with Ceremony of Installation (1845 ed.) (Ritual) (WM) q. 97:58
  AQC Database No. 7011


Claret, George (1783-1850), ritual publisher (friend of Bro. Peter Gilkes) 93:129; The Ceremonies of Initiation, Passing and Raising (1838 et seq.) (The Whole of the Lodge Ceremonies and Lectures in Craft Masonry: as taught by the late P. Gilkes, together with Ceremony of Installation) (Ritual) (Emulation) 129, 131, 133, 137, 147, 162, 166-7
  AQC Database No. 7012


Claret, George (1783-1850); The Whole of Craft Masonry (1840) (The Whole of the Lodge Ceremonies and Lectures in Craft Masonry: as taught by the late P. Gilkes, together with Ceremony of Installation) (Ritual) q. 90:210
  AQC Database No. 7013


Claret, George (1783-1850) 89:42, 54, 261, 262; The Ceremonies of Initiation, Passing and Raising (1838) (A Series of Masonic Illustrations, comprising all those taught by the late Bro. P.Gilkes with many others) (Ritual) 42; Ceremony of Installing ... (1838) (WM) 43-4, 59, 258
  AQC Database No. 7014


Claret, George (1783-1850), his Craft rituals; The Ceremonies of Initiation, Passing and Raising (1838 et seq.), (WM) q. 88:216
  AQC Database No. 7015


Claret, George (1783-1850), his publications 87:1-20; A Series of Masonic Illustrations comprising those taught by the late Peter Gilkes with many others (1835, 2nd ed. 1840) 17; Claret's 25 Years Experience in Freemasonry (1836) 17; The Ceremonies of Initiation, Passing & Raising, Opening and Closing, Installation (1838), (1st published Ritual) (Lectures, Installation) (1840) 17-18; The Whole of Craft Masonry, in three parts (Ceremonies, Lectures, Illustrations) (Explanation of Tracing Boards, etc.) (1840 etc.) 18; Masonic Gleanings (1844) 18; The Ceremonies of the Holy Royal Arch, Also of Passing the Veils (1845) [RA] (SC)
  AQC Database No. 7016


Claret, George (1783-1850), Ritual Printer (Wells) 87:1-20, 177, 180; The Ceremonies of Initiation, Passing and Raising (1838), (1st published Ritual) 11-12, 17-18, 157; Claret's 25 Years Experience in Freemasonry (1836) q.3, q.5, 6, 10, q.11-12, 17; Masonic Gleanings (1844) q.2-3, q.4-5, q.12, 18, 157n1, q.176; A Series of Masonic Illustrations (1835, 2nd ed. 1840) q.10, 11, 17; The Whole of Craft Masonry (2nd edn., 1841) q.18-20; his death 14; death certificate 16-17; his leaflet, illustrated 14; as Masonic publisher 9-10, 11-12, 17-20; his portrait 7-8; his publications, listed 17-18; extracts from 18-20; his signature 2
  AQC Database No. 7017


Claret, George (1783-1850) 86:157, 257-8; The Ceremonies of the Holy Royal Arch (1845 edn.), (printed Ritual) [RA] q. 51, 57, Claret's 25 Years' Experience in Freemasonry (1836) q.258, 264; Masonic Gleanings (1844) q.257, 264; his Ritual books (1838 onwards) 158, 163, 295; a Ritual bibliography 162-3
  AQC Database No. 7018


Claret, George (1783-1850), his (printed) Ritual (1838) 85:202, q.362, q.365, 369
  AQC Database No. 7019


Claret, George (1783-1850) 84:136, 140, 274, 279; his books; (Ritual of the degrees) (1838), (Lectures) (1840) 276n2; A Series of Masonic Illustrations as taught by the late Br. P. Gilkes with many others (1st ed., 1836) 276n2, (2nd ed., 1840) 121n1, 122, 126, 136, Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth in, compared with other versions 132-3
  AQC Database No. 7020


Claret, George (1783-1850); The Whole of the Lodge Ceremonies (3rd edn.) (1847) (printed Ritual), Grand and Royal Sign in 81:355, 356; Installation in 200, 364
  AQC Database No. 7021


Clark, David R., A Curious Masonic apron (1817) (IC), (William Gillies, Glasgow) 4:56-7
  AQC Database No. 7022


Clark, Milbourn Edward (d.1955), (in AQC vol.68:136), Deputy Provincial GM (1948-54), and 'Extended' working, Board of Installed Masters (WM), at Rectitude L.4383, at (1948) 84:38
  AQC Database No. 7023


Clark, Sir George; The Later Stuarts 1660-1714. (n.d.), (Pretender and the 'Treaty of Limerick', 1691) 101:122-3
  AQC Database No. 7024


Clark, Sir John, his letter (1733) to Gale q. 100:130
  AQC Database No. 7025


Clarke, D.A., on 'The Role of Bibliography' (Gilbert) 103:140-1, 148
  AQC Database No. 7026


Clarke, Dr. Samuel, Newton's friend 100:194-5
  AQC Database No. 7027


Clarke, F.C.P.C.; Burmah Masonic Diary. (1899), reviewed 12:171-2
  AQC Database No. 7028


Clarke, Francis Edward (d.1910), Archdeacon, Provincial GM, North Connaught (IC), (1906), his Obituary; See also: Some Irish 18th-century masonic documents (in AQC vol.19:202-8) 23:100
  AQC Database No. 7029


Clarke, Francis Edward (d.1910), Archdeacon; Notes on some 18th century Masonic documents (Irish Masonic Certificates) 19:202-8
  AQC Database No. 7030


Clarke, G.H., Freemasonry in Yorkshire before (1850), on the 'Leeds Mercury' report (1721) 92:217
  AQC Database No. 7031


Clarke, H. Maling (Glasgow, fl.1913) 92:198
  AQC Database No. 7032


Clarke, H.G. Michael, V.Rev., Past Provincial GM (Warwickshire), 'Freemasonary and Religion' in (Grand Lodge, 1717-1967.) (1967) [UGL], reviewed (Grantham) 79:234-239
  AQC Database No. 7033


Clarke, H.G. Michael, V.Rev., Past Provincial GM (Warwickshire), 'Folklore into Masonry' (Prestonian Lecture) (1963) [PL] 76:147-57
  AQC Database No. 7034


Clarke, Hyde, Past District GM, Turkey (unrecorded as such), his letter (1868) q. 100:185
  AQC Database No. 7035


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983), 'The Change from Christianity to Deism in Freemasonry' (in AQC vol.78:49-73) 109:4; 'The Royal Society and early Grand Lodge Freemasonry' (in AQC vol.80:116-7) 166n57, 167-8; 'Was Sir Christopher Wren a Freemason?' (in AQC vol.78:201-6) q.4, 188, 189n4
  AQC Database No. 7036


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983), his records of medical men in the first minute book [PGL] (in AQC vol.80:110-119) and (in AQC vol.81:1-6) q. 108:25; The Medical Profession and Early Freemasonry [PGL] (in AQC vol.85:298-311) 26n; History of Britannia Lodge, Sheffield (1961) (L.139) 38n4; 'Some Early Royal Arch Ritual' [RA] (in AQC vol.93:181-187) 192, 194n; on [KST] 259
  AQC Database No. 7037


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983), The Royal Society and Early Grand Lodges Freemasonry (in AQC vol.80:110-119) [PGL]/(RS) 107:47n24
  AQC Database No. 7038


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983), Master (WM) of Q.C. L.2076 (1967); See also: 'The Establishment of the Premier Grand Lodge [PGL], Why in London in 1717?', (in AQC vol.81:1-8) 105:160
  AQC Database No. 7039


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983) 104:34, 42
  AQC Database No. 7040


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983) 103:44, 100n46
  AQC Database No. 7041


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983) 102:105
  AQC Database No. 7042


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983) 101:161, 197
  AQC Database No. 7043


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983) 100:118, 154, 193
  AQC Database No. 7044


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983) 97:35, 37-8, 40-1, 54, 69
  AQC Database No. 7045


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983) 96:127
  AQC Database No. 7046


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983) 95:41, 47 bis; his Obituary 225; 'The Old Charges' 81-6; on 'Freemasonry in Lancashire' (Cryer & Read) 113, 116
  AQC Database No. 7047


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983) 94:vii; 'Further Consideration of the Regius MS.' [A.] (Hamer), addendum 168-9; obituary of Douglas Hamer 169
  AQC Database No. 7048


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983); History of Britannia Lodge, Sheffield (1961) (L.139) (on W. Rowley (WM), and the Reconciliation Lodge) 93:144; 'Some Early Royal Arch Rituals' [RA] 181-7; on 'Yorkshire' (Read) 155-6, 164-5
  AQC Database No. 7049


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983) 92:31, 137n3, 144, 217; on 'St. Alban and St. Amphibal' (McLeod, AQC vol.89:115, 121n21) 218, 220
  AQC Database No. 7050


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983) 91:119, 123; 'The Laying Out of the Ground Plan of Early Churches' 202-6
  AQC Database No. 7051


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983) 90:viii; on 'The Draskovic Observance' (Laxa & Read) 82-3; 'Freemasonry in Yorkshire before 1850' 150-76
  AQC Database No. 7052


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983) 89:272; on 'Prince Hall Freemasonry' [PH] (USA), (Draffen) 84
  AQC Database No. 7053


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983) 88:88; 'A New Look at King Solomon's Temple' 184-7; and 'G.A. Browne' (Mendoza) 48, 49n27
  AQC Database No. 7054


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983) q. 87:216; on 'Masonic Passwords' (Jackson) 125-6, 130 bis
  AQC Database No. 7055


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983) 86:63; on 'The Relationship between the Craft and R.A.' (Carr) [RA] 60-3, 81
  AQC Database No. 7056


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983), 'The Medical Profession and Early Freemasonry'; See also: (in AQC vol.80:110-119) & (in AQC vol.81:1-6) 85:298-311; on 'Fringe Masonry in England' (Howe) 286, 294; on 'Waller Rodwell Wright' (Caywood) 176, 182
  AQC Database No. 7057


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983), on "The English Exposures of 1760/62" (Jackson) 84:170-1, 175; on Masters and Master Masons" (Tydeman) 200, 208
  AQC Database No. 7058


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983), on "The Climate of European Freemasonry" (Tunbridge & Batham) 83:267-8, 272; on "Preston's Second Lecture" (James) 238-9, 246; on "The Relations between Dutch and English Freemasonry" (Boerenbeker) 171-2, 175
  AQC Database No. 7059


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983), "External Influences on the Evolution of English Masonry" (Prestonian lecture for 1969) [PL] 82:263-78; on "English Craft Certificates" (Haunch) 243-4, 250; on Royal Arch's delayed recognition [RA] (Wells) 96, 100; 'Toast of the Master (WM)' 20; 'Why in London and why in 1717' (in 'Grand Lodge, 1717-1967.' ed. Frere, 1967) 272
  AQC Database No. 7060


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983), his Biography and Installation (WM) (L.2076) 81:7-8; career of 8; portrait of 7; Inaugural Address (1967), The Establishment of the Premier Grand Lodge (1717) [PGL] 1-7; on "Chevalier Ramsay" 306, 313; on "Coustos and the Portuguese Inquisition" 77-8, 84; on "European Freemasonry 1730 to 1750" 112-3, 124-5; on "Preston as Preceptor and Ritualist" 142-3, 147-8; on "600 Years of Craft Ritual" 181-2, 196-8, 202
  AQC Database No. 7061


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983), The Royal Society and early Grand Lodge Freemasonry (RS) 80:110-19
  AQC Database No. 7062


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983), The Royal Arch Rituals [RA] 79:194-5; The Formation of the Grand Lodge of the Antients (1751) [AGL] 270-3; Not to be an Enthusiast (Q.74) 299; The Altar of Incense - A double-Cube [RA] (Q.77) 301; Rose Croix (18() in Southern Jurisdiction (SMJ) [A&ASR] (USA), not a Christian degree (in AQC vol.78:72) 303-4; 'The Formation, 1751-1813' in (Grand Lodge, 1717-1967.) (1967) [UGL], reviewed (Grantham) 234-239
  AQC Database No. 7063


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983), The Change from Christianity to Deism in Freemasonry 78:49-73; John Locke and Freemasonry 168-71; Was Sir Christopher Wren a Freemason? 201-6
  AQC Database No. 7064


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983), The Ancient lodges No.72 and No.85, (L.72*/L.85*) [AGL] (military), notes on Royal Arch at [RA] (in AQC vol.74:112) 75:65; The Ritual of the Royal Arch [RA] 227-9
  AQC Database No. 7065


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983), The Antient Lodges [AGL], L.72* (1758-1777/1796) to the 11th Regiment of Foot (York), and L.75* (1759-c.1761) in the 72nd Regiment of Foot (The Duke of Richmond's Regiment) [AGL], later L.85* [AGL] and L.340* [PGL] (1765), as Britannia L.189* [PGL] (1795), now L.139 [UGL] 74:107-26; A History of Britannia Lodge (1961), L.139 [UGL], reviewed (Grantham) 50-1, 107
  AQC Database No. 7066


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ (1896-1983), Grand Honours (Q.8) 73:ML.7-8
  AQC Database No. 7067


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ & Hamer, D., "An Anti-Masonic 'Déliberation' by Six Doctors of the Sorbonne in 1745" (France) 86:29-34
  AQC Database No. 7068


Clarke, Joseph Ryle+ & Jones, G.P., Was James Boswell a Freemason? 79:90-2
  AQC Database No. 7069


Clarke, P.; (ed.) The Transformation of English Provincial Towns, 1600-1800. (1984) 108:112n3
  AQC Database No. 7070


Clarke, Sidney, on medieval plays 87:88 bis
  AQC Database No. 7071


Clarke, Sir Caspar Purdon+ (1846-1911), Master (WM) of Quatuor Coronati L.2076 (1898) 108:2; in "Who's Who" (1907), and his Obituary (New York) 6
  AQC Database No. 7072


Clarke, Sir Caspar Purdon+ (1846-1911), Master (WM) of Quatuor Coronati L.2076 (1898) q. 105:264
  AQC Database No. 7073


Clarke, Sir Casper Purdon+ (1846-1911), his Obituary 24:118-24
  AQC Database No. 7074


Clarke, Sir Casper Purdon+ (1846-1911), received Knighthood, as Coronation honours (1902) 15:140
  AQC Database No. 7075


Clarke, Sir Casper Purdon+ (1846-1911), Obituary of Thomas Hayter Lewis+ (1818-1898) (In Memoriam;) 12:4-5; Vestigia Quatuor Coronatorum 196-203
  AQC Database No. 7076


Clarke, Sir Casper Purdon+ (1846-1911), his Biography and Installation as Master (WM) of (L.2076) 11:215-18; Inaugural Address (1898), Speculative freemasonry at home and abroad 214
  AQC Database No. 7077


Clarke, Sir Casper Purdon+ (1846-1911), The Tracing Board in modern oriental and medieval Operative Masonry [TB] 6:99-107; (Rylands, W.H.) Remarks on Clarke's paper on the Tracing Board [TB] 124-6
  AQC Database No. 7078


Clarke, Sir Casper Purdon+ (1846-1911), admitted to membership (1889) 2:3
  AQC Database No. 7079


Clarke, William Gray, G.Sec. [UGL] (1857-68), kept himself inconspicuous as Grand Secretary 108:88-89
  AQC Database No. 7080


Clarke, William Gray, G.Sec. [UGL] (1857-68) 106:79, 81-2, 217, 220, 223
  AQC Database No. 7081


Clarke, William Gray, G.Sec. [UGL] (1857-68), his letter (1865) on Oliver q. 98:43-4
  AQC Database No. 7082


Clarke, William Gray, G.Sec. [UGL] (1857-68) 93:75
  AQC Database No. 7083


Clarke, William Gray, G.Sec. [UGL] (1857-68) 92:9, 13n36
  AQC Database No. 7084


Clarke, William Gray, G.Sec. [UGL] (1857-68) 91:2
  AQC Database No. 7085


Clarke, William Gray, G.Sec. [UGL] (1857-68) 86:203
  AQC Database No. 7086


Clarke, William Gray, G.Sec. [UGL] (1857-68), his letter on Memphis Masons (1859) q. 85:245, 249-50
  AQC Database No. 7087


Clarke, William Gray, G.Sec. [UGL] (1857-68) 82:234
  AQC Database No. 7088


Clarke, William Henry (d.1930), Past Assistant G.Reg. [UGL] 43:192
  AQC Database No. 7089


Classicism (method of education, Latin/mathematics, republicanism of Cicero/Empire of Tacitus/Marcus Aurelius, Caesar/Brutus/Aristotle), and the 'Enlightenment' (18th-century) 109:4, q.15n7
  AQC Database No. 7090


Classics and Freemasonry, (Fitzgibbon, Gerald) The Classic writers on the Mysteries 8:190-2
  AQC Database No. 7091


Claudius, stonemason and on of the Four Christian martyrs, Rome (Quatuor Coronati) 88:vi
  AQC Database No. 7092


Claudy, Carl Henry (d.1957), GM (USA), District of Columbia (Washington D.C.), (1943), and a masonic play writer 93:14; See also: his Obituary (in AQC vol.70:126)
  AQC Database No. 7093


Clausen, Børge (b.1930), init. (1971), (R&K) (1988), Sovereign GM [SKA] 16th (OSM) (1997-) (DDSL)/(DDFO), GM (DDFL) (JLF) (1997), Denmark; See: Denmark, National Grand Lodge (Scandinavian Rite/Swedish Rite) (DDFO), [SKA]
  AQC Database No. 7094


Clausen, Henry C. (d.1992), Sovereign Grand Commander (S.G.C.), Supreme Council (33(), Southern Masonic Jurisdiction (SMJ) (Mother Jurisdiction) [A&ASR] (1970-92), Washington DC, (USA) q. 101:59, q.94
  AQC Database No. 7095


Clausen, Henry C. (d.1992), S.G.C. (33() [A&ASR] (USA) (SMJ) (1970-92); Authentics of Fundamental Law for Scottish Rite Freemasonry (1979), reviewed (Jackson), [A&ASR] and Frederick (II) the Great of Prussia (1712-86) 91:217; Supreme Council Constitution (1762) 217; double-headed eagle as chest of the Holy Roman Empire and of Russia 217
  AQC Database No. 7096


Clausen, Henry C. (d.1992), S.G.C. (33() [A&ASR] (USA) (SMJ) (1970-92); Messages for a Mission (1977), revieved (Jackson) 90:264-5; See also: (by same author); Clausen's Commentaries on Morals and Dogma (1974/81); Masons Who Helped Shape Our Nation (1976) (USA); Why Public Schools? (1979); Emergence of the Mystical (1980/1); Practice and Procedure for the Scottish Rite (1981)
  AQC Database No. 7097


Clausen, Henry C. (d.1992), GM (1954) California (Craft), Sovereign Grand Commander S.G.C. (33() (17th), Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite [A&ASR], Southern Jurisdiction (SMJ) (1970-92), former editor of 'The New Age Magazine' (Scottish Rite periodical) (SMJ) 85:297
  AQC Database No. 7098


Clausen MS. (1502), (Early USA Deed, with refers to a Freemason), illustrated 85:296; translated 297; now at the [A&ASR] (SMJ), Washington DC (USA), (dedicated to Henry C. Clausen)
  AQC Database No. 7099


Clave, Maria 81:32; Coustos denounced by 42-3, 65
  AQC Database No. 7100


Clavel, F.T. Bègue; Histoire Pittoresque de la Franc-Maçonnerie et des sociétés anciennes et modernes (3d ed. 1844) [Exposure]? 102:157
  AQC Database No. 7101


Clavel, F.T. Bègue, a somewhat unreliable author 101:36; Histoire Pittoresque de la Franc-Maçonnerie et des sociétés anciennes et modernes (1843) 36-7, 75
  AQC Database No. 7102


Clavel, F.T. Bègue; Histoire Pittoresque de la Franc-Maçonnerie et des sociétés anciennes et modernes (1843) 100:174, 178n2
  AQC Database No. 7103


Clavel, F.T. Bègue; Histoire Pittoresque de la Franc-Maçonnerie et des sociétés anciennes et modernes (1842) 93:30n14
  AQC Database No. 7104


Clavel, F.T. Bègue; Histoire Pittoresque de la Franc-maçonnerie et des sociétés anciennes et modernes (1843), (GOdF) 89:189
  AQC Database No. 7105


Clavel, F.T. Bègue; Histoire Pittoresque de la Franc-Maçonnerie et des sociétés anciennes et modernes (1843) 86:13, 13n1
  AQC Database No. 7106


Clavel, F.T. Bègue; Histoire Pittoresque de la Franc-Maçonnerie et des sociétés anciennes et modernes (1843), (Clavel, F.J.)! 84:250, 250n64
  AQC Database No. 7107


Clavel, F.T. Bègue; Histoire Pittoresque de la Franc-Maçonnerie et des Sociétés Secrètes Anciennes et Modernes (2nd ed., 1845) (Clavel, T.B.) 81:78, 78n2
  AQC Database No. 7108


Clavel, F.T. Bègue; Histoire Pittoresque de la Franc-Maçonnerie et des sociétés anciennes et modernes (1843), Allegorical Frontispiece 18:212-5, 212a
  AQC Database No. 7109


Clavimetrie (allusion to, in the 'Sharp' documents No.60 and No.61) 107:158
  AQC Database No. 7110


Clavimétrie, degree? 101:91
  AQC Database No. 7111


Clawson, Mary Ann; Constructing Brotherhood Class Gender and Fraternalism (1989) 108:8
  AQC Database No. 7112


Clayton, Sir Robert, his 'occasional' lodge (1693) 103:23, 113
  AQC Database No. 7113


Clayton, Sir Robert, his 'occasional' lodge (1693) 100:151
  AQC Database No. 7114


Clayton, Sir Robert, his 'occasional' lodge (1693) 95:187
  AQC Database No. 7115


Clearance Certificates. (Harry Carr) (Q.65) 78:282
  AQC Database No. 7116


Clearance or Travelling Certificates 82:244-5
  AQC Database No. 7117


Clebsch, William A.; From Sacred to Profane America. The role of Religion in American History (1968) 108:8
  AQC Database No. 7118


Clegg, Robert Ingham (d.1931), (33() (USA); Encyclopaedia of Fre