The Vocal Companion, and Masonic Register In two Parts.
Boston: John M. Dunham, 1802. First edition 12mo. 180 pp. (for part I) 104 pp. (for part II) Spine ends and corners lightly bumped and rubbed,variously browned, age toned and brittle, light knicks to the leather at spine ends, very light foxing throughout. An uncommon selection of Masonic songs and toasts compiled by Freemason John Dunham. Index includes complete listing of members and lodges in America. Two volumes in one. Gilt lettering and design to spine. "When Folly's son Arise, Masonry to despise, Scorn all their spite; Laugh attheir ignorance, pity their want of sense, Ne'er let them give offence, firmer Unite. Masons have long been free, And may they ever be as great as of yore: For many ages past, Masonry has stood fast, And may its glory last Till times no more." Very Good Leather (Item ID: 65394)