Thia is the title of a new book which is a symposium of masouic lore, einbracing the history of all the branches of masonry and giving data of all the orders of the present time. Severa! of the best authorities in their line have here gathered together in a condensed form what niay be called the best masonic book yet published. Especially valuable is it to American readers for it is broad in scope, takingin the eondition of that fireat society in theseveralstates and counties. Although in one volume the editora have divided it intoparts and divisions to help the reader in readily flnding what is desired for study or reference. It can be relied upon as being perfectly accurrate in its statements, as the writers were careíully selected for their knowledge of the work. The book is beautiíully iüustrated and an ornament as well almost a necessity for a mason's library. Charles Tilton, the general agent is Dow in the city canvassing and affording aU toget acopyof this work of listinguished nierit.