D-Q99508

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This is the first installment of the inventory of Bode's masonic and Illuminati papers, the inventory of the materials he stored in "Cabinet A" of the three cabinets that eventually went to Sweden in 1804. The second Cabinet of Illuminati materials has its own inventory (transcribed in D-Q99515).

Most of these materials seem to have remained in the Swedish Grand Lodge's archive in Stockholm. This is our provisional inventory of titles that "smelled" of rots in this wider compound: Stockholm / tinyurl.

Transcript

J.J.C. Bodes mscr samling[1]

Specification der Freymaurerscripturen
im Schranke A
Fach Nummer Inhalt
A 1. — — Freymäurerey Hamburg 1743—64.
2. — — — — 1765—66.
3 — — — — 1767.
4 — — — — 1768.
5. — — — — Rendtsburg.
6 — — — — 1769, 70, 71
7. — — Zinnendorfische Abhandlung a. 1770[2]
8 — — Briefe 8to [!] 1773—74.
9 — — Convent & Briefe 1775.
B. 10. — — Briefe 1776.
11. — — Convent zu Wißbaden 1776.[3] a & b.
12. Lettres de Nagant[4] 1776.
13. — — Anmerkungen über a Cygno's[5] Sachen, 1776—77.
14. — — Briefe v. 1777 vol. I, II III. & IV.
15. — — Briefe von 1778.
16.) — — Convent — 1778 zu Wolfenbüttel.[6]
C. 17. — — a Cuniculo[7] & Deposition 1778.
18. — — Deputations Convent[8] & Corresp. 1779.
D. 19.) — — Briefe 1780—81.
20.) — — Bedenken des a Lilio Convallium[9] 11/1 Merz 1781 a & b.
21. — — Briefe — 1781.
E 22. Acten des Convents 1782.[10]
23 — — zum Convent gehörig a) & b) c)
24 — — Briefe 1782.
F. 25. — — — 1783.
26 — — — 1784.
27 — — — 1783, 84, 85.
28. — — — 1785, 86, 87.
29. — — Essay sur L'origine de la F.M. 1787[11] a & b.
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Fach Nummer Innhalt.
30 — Conventacten zu Paris 1787.[12]
G. 31. — Rosenkreuzer Sachen a.) b) c).
32. — O[rden]s Plane b) Projecte, c) Patente. d) Chiffres.
33. — Listen.
34. — Briefe von und an
a Lynce[13] 1764—68.
a Manu armata[14] 1764—68.
a Struthione[15] 1764—68.
a Johnson[16] 1764—68.
a tribus Rosis[17] 1764—68.
H. 35.) — Correspond. mit † Riga 1782.
36. a) Briefe an a Struthione[18] 1768.
b) über Cygno Triumpha[19] 1776.
I. 37.) Briefe mit Stockmar,[20] Medaille Betreffend 1783—84.
38) Bremen contra Brunopolin.[21]
39) Conclusa der † Jenaer für den Herrn Cth[22] [?]. p.
40. Oeffentliche Nachtrichten über Freymaurerey.
41. OrdensRechnungen.
42 Obereit[23] 1783. u. s. f.
43. Lavateriana[24] et Starkiana.[25]
44. Ungedruckte Reden.
45. Privatorden in Schlesien.
46 Pudelorden.[26]
47. ParticulairKlagen contra Dresser[27] v. Exter[28] und von Lienau.[29]
48) Conventschlüsse 1772,[30] 75,[31] 78,[32] 82.[33]
49) Unbekannte O[rden]. und bekannte Betrüger.
50 Materialien zur Ordensgeschichte nach dem Faden der Almanacs of Free Massonry.[34]
51) Materialien zur Erklärung der Hierogl[yphen] nach Alphab[et].
52) Reponse aux assertions du Frere a Fafcia[35] [?] 1784.
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Supplemente zu den Freymäurer-
Scripturen.
         53. Ritualien p. zur Arbeit.
54. zu Crata Repoa.[36]
55 Instructionen bey der Hamburger Loge.[37]
56. Gesetzbuch und Ritual der [Loge] zu Erfurt.[38]
57. Ordenstatute zum grünen Bergmann.[39]
58. Zur Reform gehörig.
59 Generalliste sämtlicher [Logen] in Niederdeutschland.
60. Fr[ey] M[aurer] Notizen.
61.) Frey M[aurer] Miscellaneen.
62. Uneröffnete Logenbriefe.
63.) La Cagliostrade.[40]
64.) drey Manualien in F[rey]M[aurer] Sachen S. a, b, c,
65) Eine Suite von Bildnissen des Jesuitergenerals 19 Stück.[41]
66) Neueste Acta die Reform betreffend.



Geordnet und aufgezeichnet
den 22. Dez. 1793
Voigt.[42]
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Notes

  1. Later Swedish note in lead pencil: "J.J.C. Bode's manuscript collection.
  2. footnote needed!
  3. The congress of Wiesbaden, 1776 Item:Q174653, that was organised by Gottlieb Franz von Gugomos.
  4. Johann Simon Nagant Item:Q807.
  5. "Theophilus a Cygno triumphante", the Strict Observance code name of Gottlieb Franz von Gugomos Item:Q174658.
  6. The Convent of Wolfenbüttel 1778 Item:Q174656, that sealed the Union with Sweden, the Duke Södermanland became "Heermeister", the headquarter remained in Brunswick.
  7. "a Cuniculo", the Strict Observance code name of Johann Jacob Loss Item:Q145249.
  8. footnote needed!
  9. "a Lilio Convallium", the Strict Observance code name of Johann Joachim Christoph Bode Item:Q133.
  10. Reference to the congress of Wilhelmsbad near Hanau (July 15 to September 1, 1782) that practically ended the Strict Observance.
  11. footnote needed!
  12. footnote needed!
  13. "Carolus Eques a Lynce", the Strict Observance code name of Carl Friedrich Ernst von Lynker Item:Q174707.
  14. "a Manu armata", the Strict Observance code name of Otto Philipp von Türck Item:Q173237.
  15. "a Struthione", the Strict Observance code name of Johann Christian Schubart Item:Q174668.
  16. The Masonic impostor Georg Friedrich von Johnssen Item:Q1500.
  17. "a tribus Rosis", the Strict Observance code name of Georg Laurent Batsch Item:Q70.
  18. As in 34: "a Struthione", the Strict Observance code name of Johann Christian Schubart Item:Q174668.
  19. as above: "Theophilus a Cygno triumphante": Franz von Gugomos Item:Q174658.
  20. footnote needed!
  21. footnote needed!
  22. footnote needed!
  23. Jacob Hermann Obereit Item:Q173254.
  24. Johann Caspar Lavater Item:Q1458.
  25. Johann August von Starck Item:Q11205.
  26. The Poodle Order of 1740 Item:Q99510.
  27. Johann Philipp Dresser Item:Q259.
  28. Johann Gottfried von Exter Item:Q314
  29. Probably referring to Daniel Lienau Item:Q679.
  30. The congress of Kohlo, 1772 Item:Q174651, that paved the way to the union of Starck's clergy with von Hund's knighthood that created the two branches of the Strict Observance. Ferdinand von Braunschweig became Magnus superior ordinis and grand master of all Scottish Lodges, the "Heermeister" patent of von Hund was acknowledged.
  31. The congress oif Bruswick of May 1775 Item:Q174652, where von Hund was requested to prove his "Heermeisterschaft" and gave the history of the "Knight of the red Feather" who allegedly admitted him in Paris.
  32. The congress of Wolfenbüttel Item:Q174656 noted above.
  33. The congress of Wilhelmsbad Item:Q76299 noted above.
  34. footnote needed!
  35. footnote needed!
  36. A manuscript copy of the Crata Repoa published in 1770 has survived with a letter by Ernst Friedrich von Schlotheim Item:Q1040, Tonna, 1790-02-12 and severale degree texts.
  37. footnote needed!
  38. footnote needed!
  39. The handwritten note is not entirely legible but it must be "Odersstatute zu den grünen Bergmännern" as this file of Christian Georg von Helmolt's Item:Q173161 posessions has survived in Stockholm's lodge archive.
  40. Alessandro Cagliostro Item:Q1392.
  41. footnote needed!
  42. Christian Gottlob von Voigt Item:Q1271.