'This book gives us a thorough and sound view of how Freemasonry transformed itself, adapted and greatly influenced social history in the 18th and 19th centuries.'
Fred Lomax, writer and Masonic historian, The Square
'An excellent read and a worthy follow on from Harrison's first book The Genesis of Freemasonry.'
Mike Chapple, reviewer and writer, formerly of The Daily Post
'David has set about trying to paint a picture of Freemasonry in the first half of the nineteenth century, and chose to do so not at Grand and formal level but at a lodge and individual brother level.'
John Belton, writer and Masonic historian
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