The request for an English edition of this book is most gratifying, for many reasons, not least for which is the opportunity which it offers the author of expressing the joy he had found in the fellowship of his British Brethren, whose sincere courtest and brotherly thoughtfulness have added so much to his life in London. Next to this personal fortune is the daylight, not unmixed with surprise, that this story and study of Freemasonry should have found such favor with Brethren born in England and Scotland; not only because it is a token of appreciation of labor done in behalf of our gentle Craft, but the more so because it reveals the unity of the Order, its identity of interest, aims, and ideals, in every land where it has been true to its great tradition.
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