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Ecossais of the Sacred Vault of James Vi

The title refers to the following:

1. The Thirtv-third Degree of the collection of the Metropolitan Chapter of Franee, said to have been eomposed bs the Baron Tsehoudy. 2. The Twentieth Degree of the Rite of Mizraim. 3. In the French work this name has been given to the Fourteenth Degree of the Scottish Rite. Chemin Dupontes says that the Degree was a homage paid to the kings of Scotland. Nothing, however, of this can be found in its present form; but it is very probable that the Degree, in its first concept tion, and in some ritual that no longer exists, was an offspring of the house of Stuart, of which James VI was the first English king.

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