Order of the Pug (Q175883)

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para-Masonic society founded by Roman Catholics - presumably in 1738 by Clemens August of Bavaria to bypass the crown's In eminenti apostolatus of 1738; women could be members if Catholic. The Pug was a symbol of loyalty and steadiness.
  • Mops-Orden
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Order of the Pug
para-Masonic society founded by Roman Catholics - presumably in 1738 by Clemens August of Bavaria to bypass the crown's In eminenti apostolatus of 1738; women could be members if Catholic. The Pug was a symbol of loyalty and steadiness.
  • Mops-Orden

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