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  • Volume 4 Bridget of Sweden, Saint 726551911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 — Bridget of Sweden, Saint BRIDGET, Brigitta, Birgitta, OF SWEDEN, SAINT
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  • (1913), Volume 2 St. Bridget of Sweden by Johann Peter Kirsch 96334Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 2 St. Bridget of SwedenJohann Peter Kirsch
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  • Bridge-Building Brotherhood St. Bridget of Sweden Thomas Edward Bridgett John Bridgewater Bridgewater Treatises St. Brieuc St. Brigid of Ireland Brigittines John
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  • Author:Birgitta Birgersdotter (category Swedish authors)
    also known as Bridget of Sweden, was a fourteenth century nun and mystic. She is a saint in the Roman Catholic Church. The Revelations of Saint Birgitta
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  • St. Blaise St. Blandina St. Bridget of Sweden St. Burchard of Würzburg Carbonari Bartolomé Carranza St. Catherine of Sweden St. Cecilia St. Chromatius
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  • Volume 4 — Bridgittines BRIDGITTINES, an order of Augustinian canonesses founded by St Bridget of Sweden (q.v.) c. 1350, and approved by Urban V. in 1370
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  • Volume 4 Bridget, Saint 726531911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 — Bridget, Saint BRIDGET, SAINT, more properly Brigid (c. 452–523), one of the patron
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  • city, port of entry, and the county-seat of Cumberland county, New Jersey, U.S.A., in the south part of the state, on Cohansey creek, 38 m. S. of Philadelphia
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  • Society1918 FOLK-LORE A QUARTERLY REVIEW OF MYTH, TRADITION, INSTITUTION, & CUSTOM BEING The Transactions of the Folk-Lore Society And Incorporating The
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  • A Brief History of Wood-engraving  (1895)  by Joseph Cundall 1367351A Brief History of Wood-engravingJoseph Cundall1895 HENRY VIII. IN COUNCIL
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  • of Job Brother Francis The Game of Life (Prize novel) The Little Doctor (Prize story) Spoilt Guy The Beautiful Queen Joanna I St. Bridget of Sweden The
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  • Brotherhood Bridge-Head Bridgend Bridge of Allan Bridgeport Bridges, Robert Bridges Bridget, Saint Bridget of Sweden, Saint Bridgeton Bridgett, Thomas Edward
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  • St. Bridget of Sweden, in her revelations, compares it to Sodom and Gomorrha. Captured by the Genoese in 1374, it fell, in 1389, into the hands of the
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  • the fourth child of Saint Bridget of Sweden (q.v.) and her husband, Ulf Gudmarsson, b. 1331 or 1332; d. March 24, 1381. At the time of her death St. Catherine
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  • Church of England public school, where he was baptized at the age of sixteen, and finally, in October, 1847, to St John's College, Cambridge, the home of Blessed
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  • hear of the existence of various religious associations founded for the purpose of building bridges. This work, which tended greatly to the relief of travelers
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  • Ireland. Bridget, St, of Sweden. Bridgetown (See Barbados), town, Barbados. Bridgewater, or Bridgwater, town, England. Bridgewater,Third Duke of. Bridgewater
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  • of her works (Paris, 1860). Saint Catharine of Bologna and Saint Catharine of Sweden (1331-81), the fourth daughter of Saint Birgitta (or Bridget) of
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  • Despite all this St. Bridget of Sweden again instituted double monasteries in the XVth century, concerning which Thomas Walsingham, a monk of St. Alban’s Abbey
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  • Brigittine Order (also, ORDER OF ST. SAVIOUR) was founded in 1346 by St. Brigit, or Bridget, of Sweden at Vadstena in the Diocese of Linköping. The saint, who
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