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  • Orleans, ou chez les judges de paroisse dans les autres parties de l'état.

    A Ramble of Six Thousand Miles through the United States of America

  • Church (London, 1906), 227-31; OJETTI, Synopsis Rerum Moralium et juris pontificii (Prato, 1904); LESÊTRE, La paroisse (Paris, 1906);

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery

  • Fragments de l'Histoire religieuse et civile de la paroisse de St

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • In 1429 the entry reads: "Thomas Grandon, anglais, de la paroisse de Hanniquem, diocèse d'York," who killed two Scotchmen at Chambroix.

    The Story of Rouen

  • In 1439, "Jehan Helys, anglais, de la paroisse de Hest-Monceaulz, diocèse de Cantorbéry," who had stolen goods in Rouen, in company with one John Johnson and Thomas

    The Story of Rouen

  • For in this year the manuscript records, "Pierre Lamequin, de la paroisse de Vize, en Angleterre, diocèse de Salisbéry;" an entry which inevitably suggests to English ears that Peter Lambkin of Devizes was the lucky prisoner.

    The Story of Rouen

  • I am good tenant of her brother, the Sieur, Seigneur of St. Ignace, and I send my peep there with good things to eat; he will tell you, sir, of the old tam and all about the _corvée_ when every one in the _paroisse_ do same thing; one man feesh, another man beeg chickenne or turkey, another patackes, another flour from the mill.

    Ringfield A Novel

  • At any time in your _paroisse_ should you have any more interesting family secrets to divulge, pray do not forget my address.

    Ringfield A Novel

  • For in the countryside, the _paroisse_ of Juchereau de St. Ignace, the upper part or inky ribbon of the river was frequently called by that gloomy name; a Saguenay in miniature, icy cold, black, solitary, silent, River of Death, who shall live in sight of your blackness?

    Ringfield A Novel

  • Ce qu'il y a de plus penible c'est la position de sa soeur qui s'etait entierement devouee a lui et a la paroisse.

    Philip Gilbert Hamerton


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