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Kingston Technology 32GB USB 2 High-Speed Micro DataTraveler DTMCK/32GB  - Black
Kingston Technology 32GB USB 2 High-Speed Micro DataTraveler DTMCK/32GB - Black
Price: 9.17

5.0 out of 5 stars Small and Compact, 18 Dec 2012
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Small, compact, and reasonibly fast.

Great USB memory stick that you can fit in your laptop USB and leave fitted.


The Liverpool Masonic Rebellion and the Wigan Grand Lodge
The Liverpool Masonic Rebellion and the Wigan Grand Lodge
by David Harrison
Edition: Paperback
Price: 9.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Compelling Read - well worth the money, 29 Nov 2012
A very accessible book with some real insights into Freemasonry and division in secret societies.

Forget the Divinci Code and read real history that sent shockwaves through English Freemasonry.

A thoroughly compelling read. Each evening I found it tough to put the book down.

Highly recommended.


DELL U2412M - Dell UltraSharp U2412M - 24'' LED Monitor 8ms 1920x1200dpi D-Sub DVI-D USB
DELL U2412M - Dell UltraSharp U2412M - 24'' LED Monitor 8ms 1920x1200dpi D-Sub DVI-D USB
Offered by PCbuyIT Limited
Price: 196.00

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb Monitor, 24 May 2012
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For the price this monitor is hard to beat.

I've completed a lot of photo editing on a standard 24" LCD monitor (DELL Professional and an LG 24") and found when I got the photos printed, what I saw on the screen and what I received was always very different.

With this monitor I have compared a number of 12" x 18" photographic prints (at a range of exposures and scenes). I can confirm the colour match on the screen and printed photos is a pretty close.

I didn't need to adjust or calibrate the monitor, and have left the setting as the factory defaults straight out the box.

For the money an absolutely stunning monitor, and one of the best purchases I have made to add to my camera kit.

Far more useful that a 1920 x 1080 monitor for all applications (MS Word, web browsing, etc.).

A resolution of 1920 x 1200 really does make a noticeable difference.

If you don't want to spend 700 for a true colour matched professional monitor, this is pretty damn close.

Highly recommended.


The Transformation of Freemasonry
The Transformation of Freemasonry
by David Harrison
Edition: Paperback
Price: 14.95

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Thoroughly Good Read, 6 Oct 2010
A must buy for anyone interested and researching the history of Freemasonary.

I could provide a personal review of the book, but the reviews published in the Masonic press sum it up pretty well ...

(1) John L. Palmer, Managing Editor, Knight Templar magazine
"Although the history of Freemasonry is "to a great extent obscure," Dr. David Harrison has produced a detailed historical work which might well be used as a reference for the serious student of Masonic history during the two hundred years after the formation of the first Grand Lodge. From the makeup of its membership to the "revolt" which occurred after the United Grand Lodge was formed, this book is a wealth of difficult to obtain information!"

(2) Kenneth C. Jack, Writer:- 'The Ashlar', 'Masonic Magazine', 'Scottish Rite Journal'.
"Dr. David Harrison has produced a deeply researched and thoroughly engrossing follow-up to 'The Genesis of Freemasonry' which gives an insight into the changes that Freemasonry underwent in nineteenth century England. Amongst it's many accomplishments, the book demonstrates that in an ever-changing society, certain charismatic and energetic individuals were able to save their lodges from near-extinction. This will resonate with many modern Masons, and is something that modern Freemasonry can take heart from."


The Genesis of Freemasonry
The Genesis of Freemasonry
by David Harrison
Edition: Hardcover

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Compelling Read - Blows away the myths surrounding Freemasonry, 5 Aug 2009
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A thoroughly enjoyable and compelling read.

Possibly one of the best researched books on the history and origins of Freemasonry, blowing away a number of the myths and folklore that tend to surround the subject.

If this is a subject that interests you then you'll find the book compelling and a very enjoyable read.

Highly Recommended (gets the full 5 stars)


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