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Author: Coustos, John.
Title: Free-Masonry. Unparalleled sufferings of John Coustos, who nine times underwent the most cruel tortures ever invented by man, and sentenced to the galley four years, by command of the inquisitors at Lisbon, in order to extort from him the secrets of Free-Masonry; from whence he was released by the gracious interposition of His late Majesty, King George II. : To this edition is added, a selection of Masonic songs, and a complete list of lodges, foreign and domestic.
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Print source: Free-Masonry. Unparalleled sufferings of John Coustos, who nine times underwent the most cruel tortures ever invented by man, and sentenced to the galley four years, by command of the inquisitors at Lisbon, in order to extort from him the secrets of Free-Masonry; from whence he was released by the gracious interposition of His late Majesty, King George II. : To this edition is added, a selection of Masonic songs, and a complete list of lodges, foreign and domestic.
Coustos, John., Livingston, Robert R., 1746-1813, dedicatee., Morton, Jacob, 1761-1835, dedicatee.

New-York:: Printed by Jacob S. Mott, for Charles Smith, no. 51, Maiden-Lane., --1797--
Subject terms:
Coustos, John.
Freemasons -- Directories.
Freemasonry -- Songs and music.
Inquisition -- Spain.
Freemasonry -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church.
Songs.
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