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No. 1.--An exposure of Freemasonry! Letter I, to William

Williams, Esq., M. P. Provincial Grand Master of the society of

Free Masons for the county of Dorset, exposing the degree of

the Entered Apprentice.

No. 2.- Letter 2, to William Williams, &c. on the degree of the

Entered Apprentice.--Report of the presentation of a second peti-
tion to the House of Commons for R. Carlile, by Mr. Brougham.
Letter from Candid with a note in answer on Fatalism. Letter
from Ephraim Smooth. Letter to the King.

No. 3.—Letter 3, to William Williams, &c. in exposure of the
second degree in Masonry. Letter to the King.

No, 4.- Conclusion of Letter 3 to William Williams, &c. and

Letter 4 on the third degree in Masonry. Letter to the King.

Notice of “ John Bull's” notice of the print of the Jewish and

Christian God.

No. 5.—Letter to the Editor by Mr. Heinekin of Bradford.

Letter to Mr. Peel, with a professed refutation of the Age of Rea-

son. Letter to Charlton Byam Wollaston, Esq. Visiting Magis-

trate for Dorchester Gaol, on the conduct of the Gaoler. Letter

from William Jones of Hull on the death of William Stephens.

Letter from James Lowe, Letter to Dr. Adam Clarke and other

Methodist preachers by Mr. William Milburn of Stockton.

Ghosts considered by Allen Davenport. Notices of the Devil,

Report of Progress, Newgate Magazine, Clarke's Letters, Haley,

Mackey and subscriptions.

No. 6.-Letter 5, to William Williams, Esq. with a copy of and

comment on an ancient Masonic document. Letters to the


No. 7.-Letter 5, to William Williams, Esq. concluded. Letter

6 to ditto describing the Masonic degrees of Mark Man, Mark

Master and Architect. Consideration of Ghosts by Allen Daven-

port concluded. Letter from Amicus on the wild man found in

the Mountains of Hartzwald. Letter to the King. Note on the

word Abraxes. New Ravings. Notice of the Palladium News-


No. 8.-Letter 6, to William Williams, Esq.continued, describ-

ing the Masonic degrees of Grand Architect; Scotch Master;
Secret Master and Perfect Master. Letter froin R. T. Webb of

Hammersmith on the death of William White. Letter from

Ephraim Smooth. Letter to the King.

i No.9.---Letter 6, to William Williams, Esq. continued, containing

the Masonic degrees of Intimate Secretary; Intendant of fhe Build-

ings or Master in Israel ; Past Master, Excellent Mason; Super-

excellent Mason: Nine elected Knights. Letter from J. Jack-

son of Hull. Letter from Hiram the Second with a poetical squib.

Dr. Stoddart, a blasphemer of the Christian Religion and of the

Gods of the Christicoles. The God for a shilling, Letter from

W. V. Holmes.

No. 10.- Letter 6, to William Williams Esq. concluded, des-

cribing the masonic degrees of the Elect of Nine, Second Elect of

Nine, Third Elect of Fifteen. Priestly order of Israel; Irish

Master; Noahites or Prussian Knights, Red Cross Sword of Ba-

bylon and Knights of the Sword of the East. Letter to the


No. 11. --The reply of Leucippus to Mr. Heinekin of Bradford.

Notice of a magisterial affair between Beauchamp and Heath of

Enfield. Letter from Ephraim Smooth with a note by R. Carlile.

Letter to the King.

No. 12.-Letter to the Duke of York on the Royal Arch De-

gree of Masonry. Justice versus Religion, a dialogue. Letter
from W.W. R. on the Triple Tau of the Masons with an acknow-
ledgment by R. Carlile.-Reflections on Horseback, by Regula-
tor, No. 8,

Letters to the King. Letters from John Cameron of
Bolton to the Rev. George Harris and Richard Carlile. Letter
from and to Mr. Robert Green of Norwich with a subscription.
Letter from Ephraim Smooth.

No. 13.- Letter 2, to the Duke of York on the Royal Arch
Degree of Masonry. Letter from S. A. Mackey on the Triple
Tau of the Masons. Letters to the King. To Richard Carlile
from“ An Enemy to Persecution.' Letter from T. A. C. with
three chapters from “ Le Bon Sens.” Letter of General Alexan-
der Smyth on the Apocalypse of St. John.

No. 14.- Letter 1 to the Duke of Sussex on the Knight. Tem-
plar's Degree of Masonry. American Talent. Intellectual Eco-
nomy. Notice of William Haley.

No. 15.--Letter 2 to the Duke of Sussex on the Rosicrucian

Degrees of Masonry, Letter from a Well Wisher on the system

of Paper Money. Letter from Leucippus. Ditto from John

Smithson. Ditto to the King. Ditto from Yarmouth with a


No. 16.-A charge to the whole fraternity of Free Masons.

Correspondence between Dr. Cooper of Columbia College, South
Carolina and Mr. William Sampson, Barrister of New York; on
the English Common Law. Letter from the Wife of an“ Odd. Fel.
low,” exposing that nonsense. Letter from Togodubiline expo-
sing the association of Druids. Letters to the King. Miscella-
neous Extrats.

No. 17.-An Oration delivered at Concord. April 19, 1825,
by Edward Everett. Notices from Dorchester Gaol, The
Kings's late new demands for money considered by Shebago. ,

No. 18.-Letter 1 to John S. Harford, a member of the Vice
Society, on his villainous memoir of Thomas Paine. The Jew and
the God,

No. 19.-Letter 2 to John S. Harford. A review of two works
on the English Common Law by William Sampson. Extracts
from the letters of Masonic friends. Letter to the Editor of the
New Times. Letters to the King.

No. 20.-An oration delivered on Monday the fourth of July,
1825, at Boston. United States of America, by Charles Sprague.
Gaol Matters. Letter to the Commissioners of the Treasury.
Report to the Magistrates of Dorset in Session assembled. Let-
ter to the King. Last Moments of Thomas Paine.

No. 21.–Liberation! An Address to the Republicans of the
Island of Albion. Letters to the Editor of the New Times.
Correspondence between James Smith of Fordmoss and the
Reverend David Aitkin of Etal. Letters to the Editors of the
Newgate Magazine by Richard Carlile and Robert Gourlay.
Letter from Mrs. Wright concerning the Odd Fellows.

No. 22.-Joint Stock Book Company. Address to the Re-
publicans of the Island of Albion. Letter from John Lee. A
second Call to Unbelievers, by Shebago. Synopsis of the Jew
Books and of Christianity, by ditto. The Utility and Blessings
of Christianity and the probability of a Nation or Community
of Atheists considered, by ditto. Impromptu, on hearing of the
liberation of Richard Carlile. Letter from W. v. Holmes with a

No. 23.- An Address delivered at the laying of the corner
stone of the Bunker Hill Monument by Daniel Webster. Letter
of congratulation from Mr. Wm. Paul Rogers. Queries, instruc-
tions, and comfort for the religiously afficted, by Shebago. A
specimen of Irish Religion and Irish knowledge copied from the
Morning Herald. Notice of Dr. Olinthus Gregory, with his speech
to the Mechanics of Deptford. Sun or fire worship, the original
worship or religion of mankind. Letter from an Antiquary.
Congratulatory Address from Glasgow to Mr. Carlile. Letter
from John Smith of Nottingham. Ditto from Mr. R. T. Webb.
Notice of the errival in London of R. Carlile.'

No.24.-An address to the Albionites, with a notice of John
Cooke the Saddler of Exeter. Dialogue between Parson Knot-
tesford and Mr. Lancaster. Ten Reasons why Tithes should be

Letter from Benedict Norton. Letter from Mr.
Hardman with a note. Letter from M, Le Clerc of Paris. Letter
from C. W. Harris. Letter from Mr. B. Hart of Bristol. Notice
with regard to subscriptions. Letter from J. G. on the great
check given to learning and science by the introduction of Chris-

tianity. Notice of Paine's Birth Day. Of London. Of the
Money Market, Banking System, Stocks, Public Credit, &c.
Letter from Thomas Hood.

No. 25.--Banks, Paper Money, Stocks, Funding System, Fi-
nance, being a review of Mr. Paine's Decline and Fall of the En-
glish System of Finance. Dialogue between the Greek Philoso-
pher Epictetus and his Son. Religious State of the United
States of North America, Letter from John Cameron. Mission-
aries, a paper, by Shebago. Letter from George Weir. Notice
for the regulation of prices.

No. 26.- A letter from Mr. Thomas Beard of Manchester in
defence of the historical evidences of Christianity. James Hall
not Cobbet. Letter from an Inquirer with a note in answer.
Irving and the Doctors, a letter from Mr. R. T. Webb, Letter
from a lover of distinctions as to a national name. Ditto from
a Past Grand Odd Fellow, Ditto from Thomas Turton, on the
doctrine of Necessity.

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No. I, Vol. 12.] London, Friday, July 8, 1825.

[Price 6d.






Dorchester Gaol, May 8, 1825.
I CALCULATĘ, that my last effort in Dorchester Gaol will be the
annihilation of Freemasonry, at least, such an exposure of it, as
shall shame sensible and honourable men from joining it, and
draw many from it, if such there be among you. The Christian
Religion, I have so far annihilated, as to shew, that no such a
person as Jesus Christ ever existed, and that, the fable of that
name is of Grecian and not of Jewish origin. This point shakes
your pretensions as to an identification with the Christian idola-
iry. Against this exposure, Christianity can never again raise its
head; though, doubtless, as a habit, and as an institution vastly
profitable to thousands, it will linger on its existence for years,
and its opponents will sustain further calumnies and persecutions.
The Jews, as a nation, I have shewn to have originated with the
Babylonian Colonization, as far as existing records lead us, that
ibey never took possession of the land now called Judea, as de-
scribed in the book of Joshua. I mention this circumstance, in
particular; because, it will assist me in exposing the gross impo-
sitions which modern Freemasonry has established in its preten-
sions to antiquity. The existence of such a God, as any man has
ever taught in hypothesis, I have clearly shewn to be impossible,
which is another circumstance, that adds to my competency to
shatter Freemasonry, as far as the pen can do it. This is the
last deep-rooted delusion which I have to combat; and having
done this, I may fairly consider, that I have triumphed over the
powers of this bell in which I am engulphed, and that, like ano-
ther Hercules, or another Jesus Christ, I shall rise again to the
enjoyment of heaven, or a purified state of society.

Printed and Published by R, Carlile, 135. Flcet-street.

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