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Adesʹte Fideʹlës

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Composed by John Reading, who wrote “Dulcë Domum.” It is called the “Portuguese Hymn,” from being heard at the Portuguese Chapel by the Duke of Leeds, who supposed it to be a part of the usual Portuguese service.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Adamites
Adaran
Adays
Addison of the North
Addixit
Addle
Adelantado
Ademar
Adept
Adessenarians
Adeste Fidelës
Adfiliate, Adfiliation
Adha, al (the slit-eared)
Ad hab-al-Cabr
Adiaphorists
Adieu
Adissechen
Adjective Colours
Adjourn
Adjournment of the House
Admirable (The)

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