ISSUE 11, October 2004
Editorial
Elias Ashmole: Masonic Icon
Travel: The magical beauty of Scotland
Honoured: By the Glovers' livery company
The Theatre: Strong links between Craft and stage
Quarterly Communication: Address of the Pro Grand Master and, Report of the Board of General Purposes
Mauritius: Fascinating Masonic history
Rochester Cathedral: Kent Masons' magnificent fresco
Clerkenwell: 25 years of Masonry
  Bravery award: One Mason's heroism is honoured
Christmas shopping: What to buy in London's West End
High flight: Helping terminally ill children
Jewels of the Craft: An essential part of Masonry
Library & Museum: John Pine exhibition and Library & Museum Trust report
Masonic education: Events for Masons; Quatuor Coronati Lodge; Mentors for new Masons
Charities: Masons provide emergency aid for flood victims; Charity news; Demelza gives voice
Letters, Book reviews, Gardening

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Photo shows (l to r): David Williamson, Diane Clements (Director, Library & Museum), Peter Barber and Andrew Prescott.
   

John Pine Exhibition opening
The John Pine Exhibition at the Library & Museum of Freemasonry was officially opened in July by David Williamson, Assistant Grand Master and Peter Barber, head of maps at the British Library.
    New research into Pine’s connections was undertaken specially for the exhibition by Andrew Prescott of the Centre for Research into Freemasonry at Sheffield University, who was guest Curator.
    The exhibition closed in September, but a book, Sociable Craftsman: The Life and Work of John Pine, with 100 pages and 40 illustrations, is available from Letchworth’s Book Shop at Freemasons’ Hall on T. 020 7395 9392 (fax: 020 7404 7418). Email: info@letchworthshop.co.uk) and online at www.letchworthshop.co.uk and costs £9.99.