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Epigram regarding mason
This sheet begins: 'An ENCOMIASTICK EPIGRAM / Upon the most ANTIENT and HONOURABLE TRADE / OF / MASONS. / By Mr. WILLIAM GEDDES, Late Minister of Urquhart'. The poem begins: 'Among Mechanicks, MASONS I extoll, / And with the best I doubt not to Enroll.' A decorative woodcut depicting a coat of arms has been included above the title.
This ballad begins: '... all ye knight templars that blest round the globe, / wear the badge of honour, I mean the royal robe; / For oah he wire it in the ark where he stood, / the world was destroyed by a delugeing flood.' There is no date or place of publication.
This ballad begins: 'Come all ye knight templars that blest round the globe, / That wear the badge of honour, I mean the royal robe; / For Noah he wire it in the ark where he stood, / When the world was destroyed by a deluge flood.' The sheet was published by James Kay of Glasgow, and cost one penny.
Sons of Levi, A New Masonic Song
Verse 1: 'Come all you craftsmen that do with, / To propagate the grand design. / Come enter into this bright temple, / And learn the craft that is sublime.' A woodcut of a small, low square building has been included at the top of the sheet.