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Delalande, Charles Florent Jacques

A French litterateur of the last century, who was the author of many didactic and poetic articles on freemasonry inserted in the Mirror de la Vrit, the Annales Maonniques, and other collections. He was also the author of the Defense et Apologia de la Franche- Maconnerie, ou Refutation des accusations diriges contre elle diffrentes Epoques et par divers Auteurs, meaning the Defense and Apology of Freemasonry, or Refutation of the Accusations directed against Her at several periods and by various Writers, a prize essay before a Lodge in Leghorn, published in 1814. He founded the archives of the Lodge of the Philosophic Rite at Douay, France.

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