The Old Charges Revisited

Since 1717, this has been a subject of passionate concern to almost every Freemason. There remain a mass of competing views and theories, and this question has dominated research into Freemasonry.

Famous Scottish Freemasons – Alexander Nasmyth 1758 – 1840

Perhaps the most famous of all the paintings of Robert Burns is the one that hangs in the National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh by Alexander Nasmyth. Born in the Grassmarket in Edinburgh in 1758. As a youth he traveled to London to become an apprentice to Allan Ramsay, the Scottish Van Dyke. After a brief period in Italy, … Read more