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Free-Masonry. Unparalleled sufferings of John Coustos

who nine times underwent the most cruel tortures ever invented by man, and sentenced to the galley four years, by command of the inquisitors at Lisbon, in order to extort from him the secrets of Free-Masonry; from whence he was released by the gracious interposition of His late Majesty, King George II. : To this edition is added, a selection of Masonic songs, and a complete list of lodges, foreign and domestic

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Published by Administrator in Printed by Jacob S. Mott, for Charles Smith, no. 51, Maiden-Lane.

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      • Dedicated to Robert R. Livingston and Jacob MortonEvans 31999Digital image available in the Readex/Newsbank Digital Evans seriesMicrofiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 31999)

        StatementPrinted by Jacob S. Mott, for Charles Smith, no. 51, Maiden-Lane.
        PublishersPrinted by Jacob S. Mott, for Charles Smith, no. 51, Maiden-Lane.
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        Paginationxvi, 105 p. :
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As a philosophical and ritualistic society, rather than a group of stonemasons, it certainly existed in the seventeenth century. Finally it provided that the brethren of both Grand Lodges would retain identical Masonic privileges. One of my elder Sisters Children named William had then his Leg broke, which the Indians perceiving, they knockt him on the head.

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The uniting of the Orients was achieved on 30 th October 1869, when the Count of Parati was elected as Grand Master, according to a suggestion of the writer and then Minister of Navy, Mendes Leal. Coustos, a zealous and enthusiastic Freemason, was elected Master of one of these Lodges. Ironside page images at HathiTrust; US access only• Marshall page images at HathiTrust•by Thomas Wilson page images at HathiTrust• Herman page images at HathiTrust; US access only• Summarizing what has been said, the first seventy years of Portuguese freemasonry was characterized by the subordination of the Portuguese masonry to the Grand Lodge of England, in the form of an independent district.