A Philosophical Inquiry Respecting the Abolition of Capital Punishment
by James Foulhouze
Before James Foulhouze was a Freemason and head of the Scottish Rite in Louisiana, he was a Roman Catholic priest and then attorney. Also before he was a Mason he wrote this intriguing book on capital punishment. While this book has nothing at all to do with Freemasonry, it is a fascinating look into the beliefs and mind-set of this historical figure and arch-nemesis of Albert Pike. This is a photographic reproduction of the 1842 edition of this work.