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I remember Suzanne standing before the little table, behind which was the predicant with his book.
SWALLOWH. RIDER HAGGARD
Luckily, the predicant took no notice of this incident, for he was thinking about himself as he was too prone to do.
SWALLOWH. RIDER HAGGARD
Seeing the "predicant" coming, the old man hastily opened his Bible and began to read at random.
SOUTH AFRICAN MEMORIESLADY SARAH WILSON
Also my quarrel with the predicant had put me out of temper.
SWALLOWH. RIDER HAGGARD
A tournament of that class was being held all that summer between the regular priests and the newly-instituted Predicant Friars.
EARL HUBERT'S DAUGHTEREMILY SARAH HOLT
For two hours Erasmus Smith, the Boer predicant, argued in vain in behalf of his flock.
It appears probable that at an early period of their preaching, a very large percentage of the Predicant Friars were Gospellers.
THE WELL IN THE DESERTEMILY SARAH HOLT
The loose leaves had been first collected by another Brother Henry, also a predicant friar.
“Some children,” said the Predicant Friar, with a tender intonation.
A FORGOTTEN HEROEMILY SARAH HOLT

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