A memoir of Father Digman of the Society of Jesus
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A memoir of Father Digman of the Society of Jesus with some of his letters by Edward Ignatius Purbrick

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Published by Printed for the Poor Servants of the Mother of God in London .
Written in English


  • Dignam, Augustus, -- 1833-1894.

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Edition Notes

Date of publications based on preface to second edition.

Statementrevised and with preface by Edward Ignatius Purbrick.
ContributionsDignam, Augustus, 1833-1894.
LC ClassificationsBR7498D5 P8
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 472 p. :
Number of Pages472
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18668529M

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