Vernhes, J. F.
A French litterateur and Masonic writer, who was in 1821 the Venerable of the Lodge la Parfaite Humanit, or Perfect Humanity, at Montpellier. He wrote an Essai sur l'Histoire de la Franche-Maonnerie, depais son tublissement jusqu.' nos jours, or Essay on the History of Freemasonry since its Establishment up to our days, Paris, 1813; and Le Parfait Maon ou Rpertoire complet de la Maonnerie Symbolique, or The Perfect Mason or Complete Repository of Symbolic Masonry. This work was published at Montpellier, in 1820, in six numbers, of which the sixth was republished the next year, with the title of Apologie des Maons. It contained a calm and rational refutation of several works which had been written against Freemasonry. Vernhes became an active disciple of the Rite of Mizraim, and published in 1822, at Paris, a defense of it and an examination of the various Rites then practised in France.
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