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" Equality fhould be added in future in all public acts, and the decree itfelf was dated the fourth year of Liberty, the firft year and firft day of Equality. "
The antichristian conspiracy
by abbé Barruel - 1797
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Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism: The anti-monarchical conspiracy

abbé Barruel - France - 1799
...for the firft time, that the fecret .of Free-mafonry was made public ; that fecret fo dear to them, and which they preferved with all the folemnity of...whole French people are Free-mafons, and the whole univerfe will foon follow their example.' I witneffed this enthufiafm, I heard the converfations to...
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History the interpreter of prophecy; or, A view of scriptural ..., Volume 2

Henry Kett - 1800
...time, that the fecret of FreeMafonry was made public. That fecret fo dear to them, and which they had preferved with all the folemnity of the moft inviolable...is no other than an immenfe Lodge. The whole French ' 3 people people are Free-Mafons, and the whole univerfe will foon follow their example.' I witnefled...
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History the Interpreter of Prophecy: Or, A View of Scriptural ..., Volume 2

Henry Kett - Bible - 1801
...time, that the fecret of FreeMafonry was made public. That fecret fb dear to them, and which they had preferved with all the folemnity of the moft inviolable...famous decree, they exclaimed, ' We have at length fucceededt and France is no other than an immenfe Lodge. The whole French people are Free-Mafons, and...
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Encyclopædia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts ..., Volume 2, Part 1

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1801
...made public ; that fecret fo dear to them, and which they preferved with all the folcmnity of the moll inviolable oath. At the reading of this famous decree,...they exclaimed, " We have at length fucceeded, and i1' ranee is no other than an immenfe lodge. The whole French people arc free mafons, and the whole...
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History the Interpreter of Prophecy, Or, A View of Scriptural ..., Volume 2

Henry Kett - Antichrist - 1805
...Fourth Edition. cret fo dear to them, and which they had preferyed with all the folemnity of the mofl inviolable , oath. At the reading of this famous decree, they exclaimed*. * We have at length fycceeded, and France -is no other than an imwnfe l^odgz. The whole French people are Free-Mafons,...
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The Second Advent, Or the Coming of the Messiah in Glory, Shown to be a ...

Elias Boudinot - Bible - 1815 - 578 pages
...public. That secret, so dear to them, and which they had preserved with all the solemnity of the most inviolable oath. At the reading of this famous decree they exclaimed, " We have at length succeeded, and France is no other than an immense lodge. The whole French people are Free Masons, and...
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The Second Advent, Or the Coming of the Messiah in Glory, Shown to be a ...

Elias Boudinot - Bible - 1815 - 578 pages
...public. That secret, so dear to them, and which they had preserved with all the solemnity of the most inviolable oath. At the reading of this famous decree they exclaimed, " We have at length succeeded, and France is no other than an immense lodge. The whole French people are Free Masons, and...
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The sacred calendar of prophecy; or, A dissertation on the ..., Volume 2

George Stanley Faber - Bible - 1828
...Equality. It was on that day, for the first time, that the secret of Free-Masonry was made public. At the reading of this famous decree, they exclaimed: We have, at length, succeeded; and France is no other than an immense Lodge. The whole French people are Free-Masons :...
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The revelations of a square, exhibiting a graphic display of the sayings and ...

George Oliver - Freemasonry - 1855
...public ; that secret, so dear to them, and which they preserved with all the solemnity of the most inviolable oath. At the reading of this famous decree, they exclaimed, " We have at length succeeded, and France is no other than one immense Lodge. The whole French people are Freemasons, and...
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Universal Masonic Library, Volume 7

Robert Macoy - Freemasons - 1855
...public ; that secret, so dear to them, and which they preserved with all the solemnity of the most inviolable oath. At the reading of this famous decree, they exclaimed, "We have at length succeeded, and France is no other than one immense Lodge. The whole French people are Freemasons, and...
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