LibraryBrethren, Please find attached a list of all books available to you from the Library in Colne Masonic Hall.

If you require a book then please contact me or W.Bro Pat Garaghty and we will see you get the book as soon as possible.

Walter Coupe….01282 815110 or Mobile Number 07791395867

Also, a few brethren have intimated they have books they would be willing to donate to the Library, again if you contact me on the numbers below we will arrange to collect the books from you.

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Updated 10th December  2013

Masonic Hall Library

Light after Darkness x Chief  Ranami  Abah

East Lancashire Masonic Worthies x W.A. Bacon.

The New History of Freemasonry in the Province of Cumberland and Westmorland. x K.W. Bond

Rosslyn and the Western Mystery Tradition x Robert Brandon

Masonically  Speaking x Yasha Beresiner

Pilgrims Progress x John Bunyan

Grace Abounding x John Bunyan

The Freemason at Work x Harry Carr

The Freemason at Work  Extra copy x Harry Carr

The Moral Discourses of Epictetus x Elizabeth Carter

The Book of Enoch x Translated by R.H.Charles

Freemasonry The Reality x Tobias Churton

Thomas Dunckerley  A Remarkable Freemason x Ron Chudley

Short History of the Christian Church x C.P.S. Clarke

The Lead Smelting Mills of the Yorkshire Dales x R.T. Clough

Freemasonry; What, Whence, Why, Wither x Sir John A. Cockburn

Masonic Halls of England x The Revd N.B. Cryer

Secret Societies x Arkon Daraul

Selected Masonic Papers x A. E. Waite: x Edward Dunning

Symbolism in Craft Freemasonry X1 x Colin Dyer

Symbolism in Craft Freemasonry x Colin Dyer

Illustrations of Masonry x Colin Dyer

William Preston and his work x Colin Dyer

Introducing Freemasonry x M. De Pace.

Complete Prose Works x R.W. Emerson

The House of God x Marion Geisinger

The History of Nelson House, Burnley 1805-2000 x W.Bro S.D. Gilliver

A Treasury of Masonic Thoughts x Edited by Carl Glick

The History of Freemasonry x R.F. Gould

Two Hundred years of Freemasonry in Hull. 1783-1983 x Ellerby. Austin. Hopley

King Solomon’s Temple in the Masonic Tradition x Alexander Horne

King Solomons Temple in the Masonic Tradition.1973 x Alex Horne

King Solomons Temple in the Masonic Tradition. 1977 x Alex Horne

The Rosicrucian Seer Magical writings of Frederick Hockley

Masonic Problems and Queries x Herbert F. Inman

Emulation-Working Explained x Herbert F. Inman

Freemasons Guide and Compendium 1st edition x Bernard E. Jones

Freemasons Guide and Compendium 2nd Edition x Bernard E. Jones

Glimpses of Masonic History (1926) x C.W. Leadbeater

The Secret Science of Masonic initiation x Robert Lomas

The Temple and the Lodge (inside freemasonry) x R.Leigh & M Baigent

British Masonic Miscellany Books 1 to 20 x G.M. Martin

Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia x Kenneth Mackenzie

The Book of the Lodge x George Oliver

Illustrations of Masonry x William Preston

The Sacking of the Masonic Temple in Jersey by the Nazis in 194 x Dennis Perrin

Rosslyn Chapel x The Earl of Rosslyn

The Key of Masonic Initiation x P.T. Runton

Masonic Addresses x T.W. Tew    J.P

Readings from Friedrich Von Hugel x Algar Thorold

An Explanation of the Royal Arch Degree. 1925 x J.S.M.Ward

A New Encyclopaedia of Freemasonry Vol 1 x A.E.Waite 

New Encyclopaedia of Freemasonry Vol 11 x A.E.Waite

Masonic Temple Philadelphia Souvenir Album.

History of St Johns Lodge No9. Seattle. Washington.

Masons and Masonry Grand Lodge of Scotland 1953-72

Freemasonry in London from 1785 x Roy. A. Wells

The Templar Legacy and the Masonic inheritance within Rosslyn Chapel x                       Tim Wallace –Murphy

The Fellowcrafts Handbook x J.S.M. Ward

The Entered Apprentices Handbook x J.S.M. Ward

Who was Hiram Abiff x J.S.M. Ward

Red Rose of Lancashire Lodge 1875 -1975

The Encyclopaedia of Ancient and Forbidden Knowledge x Zolar

Noyna Lodge The First 50 Years. Presented To Bro G.L. Boothman

Masonic World Guide (For the travelling Freemason)

Masonic Year Book 1973

Masonic Year Book 1975

Manchester Association for Masonic Research-Transactions.

Volumes 1921 to 1945.

Volumes 1947 to 1949.

The Royal Masonic Institute for Girls  Year Books ,

1965. 1967. 1969. 1971. 1972.

Festival 72.

Numbers and 9.

Ars Quatuor Coronatorum Volume86 – 87 Volume 97 to 112 – Volume 115 to 122

Extra books

British Masonic Miscellany Books

Copies of above 3-4-5-12-14-16

Ars Quatuor Coronatorum                                                                                                               Volume 97 to 112 -Volume 115 to 122

Extra Volume 107-108-110-111-115-116-117-118


5 thoughts on “Library

  1. Your site indicates you have two copys of King Solomon’s Temple in the Masonic Tradition By Alex Horne,Harry Carr would you consider selling the second copy?.

    Regards from Tasmania


    1. Hello Douglas
      Thanks for your question on the website. I have responded with an email to you. We are currently closed for the Summer season and the Masonic Hall is being fully refurbished, however I’m sure we can accommodate your request in some way.
      Can we respond to you towards the end of August when we return?



  2. That last book suggests it should be with me don’t you think. Masonic World Guide ( for the travelling Freemason )


  3. I didn’t know we had that many books, and I’m confident I can add several more to it. Let me see what I can find on the subject.
    Thanks Walter for pulling together, what up until now, has just been a pile of old books. We can all see what is available not just online but also in the Library cabinet.


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