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Author: Ralph Weldon
Title: Chronological notes, containing the rise, growth, and present state of the English congregation of the Order of St. Benedict, drawn from the archives of the houses of the said congregation at Douay in Flanders, Dieulwart in Lorraine, Paris in France, and Lambspring in Germany, where are preserved th
Publisher: Stanbrook, Worcester, The Abbey of Our Lady of Consolation
Subject (keywords, tags): English Benedictine Congregation; Benedictines
Contributor: University of California Libraries
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Size: 267 kb

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