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Henry Andrew Francken was born in either Holland or a Dutch Colony before moving to Jamaica in where he became a naturalized British subject.
The Francken Manuscript 1783
After my husband’s death, manuscritp money allowed me to stay in my home a little longer with my grieving children. Jean de Jerusalem in either Bordeaux or Paris.
It DOES weigh like a cinder block. I cannot express how much this will help me through this difficult time. Includes several facsimiles from the original manuscript. Foulds spoke about manuscrpt he found most interesting about this newly published manuscript.
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There’s no inexpensive way to do it. Very respectfully, Peter R. Frankly, it’s worth finding a friend willing to hand carry this on a personal trip in their luggage, because you’ll manuecript no bargain amongst shippers.
It was great winning this award and my family really appreciated it as well. Somewhere around this time, Fracken met Stephen Morin who communicated the fourth through fourteenth degrees to him.
It would be worth contacting Lexington directly and asking if it can be sent Media Mail. He also delivered a number of interesting lectures, beginning with one on Masonic Literature before the District Grand Lodge of the Punjab, December 27th,which was printed in the Transactions, as also another September 8th, when held at Murree on ” The Constitutions of Freemasonry ” MS. Whatever he lacked in age, however, he made up in energy, determination, and persistence in high well-directed researches.
Amnuscript copy owned by the Scottish Rite is the most complete frncken well known of these. In the succeeding years, Francken became deeply involved in Freemasonry, making trips as far as New York on Masonic business.
Mr Naveed Ftancken states to the Editor: I am interested in how they will address the total departure from these rituals and in particular the loss of the camps. To ensure Masons can truly read and enjoy the work, the physical layout and supporting texts were carefully planned. The Francken Manuscript offers a unique look into the origins of the Scottish Rite.
I cannot express the gratitude I have for your generosity. I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart. Jeff Croteau, Director of Franc,en and Archives explains. I checked with the NMJ to make sure they did not have a typo or other error on the “shop” page regarding shipping to the UK.
Freemasons For Dummies: ‘Francken Manuscript’ Facsimile Now Available
You, our valued franfken, make the work of our Grand Almoner’s Fund possible. Members are reminded that the most efficient way to change their address or to get questions answered regarding dues is to call, write or email their Valley Secretary. In fact, it is partially because the ritual has changed so much that this publication is even possible — this book does not represent current ritual, mauscript gives readers a clear view of what they might have encountered nearly years ago.
The page manuscript, printed here as a full-color facsimile, is accompanied by a printed transcription of the text on each facing page.