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Gilliat-Smith, Frederick Ernest, writer, b. at Woodmansterne, Surrey, England, 8 July, 1858. Education; private; convert to the Church, 1879. Has followed a literary career; for many years resident at Bruges, Belgium; resident in Rome 1913- Author of: "Songs from Prudentius" (London, 1898); "Fantasies from Dreamland" (London, 1899); "Story of Bruges" (London, 1901); "Story of Brussels" (London, 1906); "St. Clare of Assisi" (London, 1913); contributor to: "Dublin Review"; "Tablet ; "American Ecclesiastical Review"; "Irish Ecclesiastical Record"; "Catholic World".

ARTICLES; Beguines; Beghards; Brussels; Common Life, Brethren of the.