1865 Freemason Monitor Masonic Manual Rites Ceremonies Civil War America Macoy. The Freemason's Monitor' was a regularly published masonic treatise and handbook throughout the 19. Originally published by Robert Macoy, it contained articles, essays, directions, hymns, and lodge descriptions by numerous contributors and writers. This particular Civil War-era issue was published in 1865 New York by Daniel Sickels.
Macoy was a deputy Grand Master who wrote numerous books on freemasonry, rituals, and ancient religions. The Freemason's monitor; containing the degrees of freemasonry, embraced in the lodge, chapter, council, and commandery; embellished with nearly 300 symbolical illustrations. New York: Macoy & Sickels, 1865.Collation: Complete with all pages. Part I - vi, 7-211, . Part III - 19, . Binding: Leather; tight and secure. 4.5in X 3in (11.5cm x 8cm).