Ecossais of Saint Andrew
A not unusual form of Ecossaism, and found in several Rites as follows:
1. The Second Degree of the Clerks of Strict Observance. 2. The Twenty-first Degree of the Rite of Mizraim 3. The Twenty-ninth Degree of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite is also an Ecossais of Saint Andrew. 4. The Sixty-third Degree of the collection of the Metropolitan Chapter of France is an Ecossais of Saint Andrew of Scotland. 5. The Seventy-fifth Degree of the same collection is called Ecossaxs of Saint Andrew of the Thistle.
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