Section 1 Reflections on the symmetry
and proportion in the works of Nature, and on the harmony and affection among the various species of beings.
Section 2 The advantages resulting from
Section 3 Origin of Masonry, and its
Section 4 Masonry considered under two
Section 5 The Government of the
Section 6 Reasons why the secrets of
Masonry ought not to be publicly exposed.
Section 7 Few Societies exempted from
censure. Irregularities of Masons no
argument against the Institution.
Section 8 Charity the distinguishing
characteristic of Masons.
Section 9 The discernment displayed by
Masons in the choice of objects of
Section 10 Friendly admonitions.
of Masonry Displayed