APA Citation

Anderson, J. (1751). The new book of constitutions of the most ancient and honourable fraternity of free and accepted masons: Containing their history, charges, regulations, &c. Also Some rules necessary to be observed by the Committee of Charity, not Published before, Together with a Choice Collection of Mason's Songs, Poems, Prologues, and Epilogues. Published by the order, and with the sanction of the Grand-Lodge. Collected from the book of constitutions published in England, in the year 1738, by our worthy brother James Anderson, D.D. For the use of the lodges in Ireland. By Edward Spratt, sec. Dublin: printed by J. Butler, on Cork-Hill, for the editor, and sold at his house in Nicholas-Street.

Chicago Style Citation

Anderson, James. The New Book of Constitutions of the Most Ancient and Honourable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons: Containing Their History, Charges, Regulations, &c. Also Some Rules Necessary to Be Observed By the Committee of Charity, Not Published Before, Together With a Choice Collection of Mason's Songs, Poems, Prologues, and Epilogues. Published By the Order, and With the Sanction of the Grand-Lodge. Collected From the Book of Constitutions Published in England, in the Year 1738, By Our Worthy Brother James Anderson, D.D. For the Use of the Lodges in Ireland. By Edward Spratt, Sec. Dublin: printed by J. Butler, on Cork-Hill, for the editor, and sold at his house in Nicholas-Street, 1751.

MLA Citation

Anderson, James. The New Book of Constitutions of the Most Ancient and Honourable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons: Containing Their History, Charges, Regulations, &c. Also Some Rules Necessary to Be Observed By the Committee of Charity, Not Published Before, Together With a Choice Collection of Mason's Songs, Poems, Prologues, and Epilogues. Published By the Order, and With the Sanction of the Grand-Lodge. Collected From the Book of Constitutions Published in England, in the Year 1738, By Our Worthy Brother James Anderson, D.D. For the Use of the Lodges in Ireland. By Edward Spratt, Sec. Dublin: printed by J. Butler, on Cork-Hill, for the editor, and sold at his house in Nicholas-Street, 1751.

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