Sir Frederick Falkiner going into the freemasons’ hall.
—What’s that bloody freemason doing, says the citizen, prowling up and down outside?
…not Irish enough was it him managed it this time I wouldnt put it past him like he got me on to sing in the Stabat Mater by going around saying he was putting Lead Kindly Light to music I put him up to that till the jesuits found out he was a freemason thumping the piano lead Thou me on copied from some old opera yes and he was going about with some of them Sinner Fein lately or whatever they call themselves talking his usual trash and nonsense he says that little man he showed me…
…hes going to be run into prison over his old lottery tickets that was to be all our salvations or he goes and gives impudence well have him coming home with the sack soon out of the Freeman too like the rest on account of those Sinner Fein or the freemasons then well see if the little man he showed me dribbling along in the wet all by himself round by Coadys lane will give him much consolation that he says is so capable and sincerely Irish he is indeed judging by the sincerity of the…
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Famous freemasons include George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and Voltaire.
The author did not divulge the specific means freemasons use to recognize each other such as handshakes and specific ritual wording.