Spencer and Webb: Albany, 1797. Hardcover. Good. Item #21-3306
6.5 x 4", later leather covers and endpapers, 284pp. Front cover and ffep detached, rear cover almost detached, covers warped and missing small pieces, lacks most of spine (only the word "Masonry" remains), names stamped in gilt on front cover (D.S. Grissinger Williamson Lodge 369), ink name ("Wm. Judd's"), archival repairs throughout, toned, stained, chipped, edge tears. All pages present. Williamson Lodge was located in Philadelphia, Grissinger was a member of the Odd Fellows, also Philadelphia, in the 1860s. It's likely that "Wm. Judd" is the same William Judd who served as the second Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut from 1791-1797, he also served as the first Deputy Grand Master from the Lodge's inception in 1789. SCARCE. Sold as is. FIRST EDITION.