THE OLD CHARGES OF BRITISH FREEMASONS.
OLD MASONIC CHARGES. With Valuable Appendices. Illustrated with Fac-similes of portions of 'Antiquity MS.,' and the 'York MSS.' of A.D. 1693 and A.D. 1704. A Preface by The Rev. A. F .A. Woodford, M.A. (Rector of Swillington, Leeds.).
HUGHAN, WILLIAM JAMES.
Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., Stationers' Hall Court. Truro: William Lake, Boscawen Street. Philadelphia: Charles Eugene Meyer, 722, Arch Street., London, 1872. 25,5 x 19 cm. xviii + 90 +  pp. All text in red borders. Bound in original brown cloth, gilt with decorated borders on boards. Extremities worn with chips at head and tail of spine; otherwise a very good copy. Illustrated by 3 facsimile plates, including frontispiece and one double page. Decorated by endpiece vignettes. Reprints, with some facsimiles, of early British Masonic documents, including charges and constitutions. William James Hughan (1841-1911) was a Cornish Mason , a member of two Truro lodges and later an honorary member of many home and overseas lodges and organisations.