The author of a work entitled Leveritable Portrait d'un Franc-Magon or the True Portrait of a Freemason which was published by a Lodge at Frankfort, in 1742. It may be looked upon, says Kloss, as the earliest public exposition of the true principles of Freemasonry which appeared in Germany. Many editions of it were published. M Uriot also published at Stongard, in 1769, a work entitled Lettres sur la Franche Maonnerie or Letters on Freemasonry; which was, however, only an enlargement of the Portrait.
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