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Giovanni Francesca Abela, a historian and ecclesiastic of Malta, died.
Francis Xavier Talbot died; a French ecclesiastic, and author of some poems.
But only a cloistered ecclesiastic can be held responsible for such military procedure.
The Italian ecclesiastic Gavazzi, lectured at Quebec, and gave rise to a riot.
Adam de St. Victoire, a French ecclesiastic and writer, died.
The ecclesiastic's voice droned on, his voice hanging like the hum of some great Insect upon the scented air.
MISTRESS WILDINGRAFAEL SABATINI
The only laws which can be said to be in force are the military and ecclesiastic, between which there is a perfect understanding.
I discovered the ecclesiastic's little house without any difficulty; it was by the side of a large, ugly brick church.
The blades were thrust, mock respectfully, back into their scabbards, and they all bowed low to the ecclesiastic.
THE FALSE CHEVALIERWILLIAM DOUW LIGHTHALL
That was a good old man, and the most liberal-minded ecclesiastic of his faith that I ever came across.

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