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Boulogne-sur-mer : St. Patrick’s native town
Original Title Boulogne-sur-mer : St. Patrick’s native town
Author Fleming, William, Canon
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Usage Public Domain Mark 1.0freepublicdomain
Topics Boulogne-sur-mer, Patrick, Saint, 373?-463?
Publisher London : R. &amp, T. Washbourne , New York : Benziger
Collection folkscanomy_miscellaneous, folkscanomy, additional_collections
Language English
Book Type EBook
Material Type Book
File Type PDF
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St. Patrick’s Parentage 1
The Different Birthplaces assigned to St. Patrick 5
Bonaven Taberniae was well known to the Irish Scots 17
History of the Town Bonaven, or Bononia 21
St. Patrick made Captive by Niall of the Nine Hostages 25
St. Patrick after his Captivity returns to (Gaul) his Native Country 33
St. Fiacc’s Nemfhur was situated in the Suburbs of Boulogne 40
St. Fiacc describes St. Patrick’s Flight from Ireland to Armorica 49
The Scholiast practically admits St. Patrick’s Birfh in Armorica 50
The “Trepartite Life” falls into the Same Error 55
All that the Second and Third “Lives” testify 59
The Fourth “Life” 61
The Sixth “Life of St. Patrick,” by Jocelin 64
The Fifth “Life,” by Probus, proves that St. Patrick was bora in Bononia 68
St. Patrick’s Flight to Marmoutier described by Probus 74
Britain in Gaul St. Patrick’s Native Country 78
Britanniae in the Plural not appropriated to Great Britain 83
St. Patrick calls Coroticus, a British Prince,
“Fellow Citizen” 86
Summary 88
The Site of the Villula where St. Patrick was horn 91

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