ID 1696
Last Name Le Royer
First Name Jeanne
Title Soeur de la Nativité
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1732-01-24
Date of Death 1798-08-15
Place of Birth Fougères
Place of Death Fougères
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/80285268
Wikipedia Entry https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeanne_Le_Royer
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Author Daily conversation with God, exemplified in the holy life of Armelle Nicolas, a poor ignorant country maid in France; commonly known by the name of the good Armelle, deceas'd in Bretaigne in the year 1671. Done out of French. 1755
Author Daily conversation with God, exemplified in the holy life of Armelle Nicolas, a poor ignorant country maid in France; commonly known by the name of the good Armelle, deceas'd in Bretaigne in the year 1671. Done out of French. The Fourth edition, corrected. 1757
Author Daily conversation with God, exemplified in the holy life of Armelle Nicolas, commonly call'd the good Armelle; a poor ignorant country maid in France. 1760
Author Daily conversation with God. Being an extract of the life of Armelle Nicolas, who died in Bretaigne, in France, in the year 1671. With a short account of Laurentius. 1763
Author The Folly and Vanity of A Life spent in the Pursuit of Worldly Profit, Ease, or Pleasure, compared with A Life wholly employed in endeavouring to glorify God, and Do Good to Mankind; illustrated in Some Account Of the pious Lady Elizabeth Hastings, and of Armelle Nicolas, a poor ignorant Country Maid in France, Commonly known by the Name of The Good Armelle. 1770
Author Life of Armelle Nicolas, commonly called the good Armelle; a poor maid servant in France, who could not read a letter in a book, and yet a noble and happy servant of the King of Kings. 1772
Author Life of Armelle Nicolas, commonly called the good Armelle; a poor maid servant in France, who could not read a letter in a book, and yet a noble and happy servant of the King of Kings. 1790
Author Life of Armelle Nicolas, commonly called the good Armelle; a poor maid servant in France, who could not read a letter in a book, and yet a noble and happy servant of the King of Kings. 1795
Author Life of Armelle Nicolas, a poor maid servant in France, and yet a noble and happy servant of the King of Kings. 1796

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