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Order of the Cockle

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Created by St. Louis in 1269, in memory of a disastrous expedition made by sea for the succour of Christians. Perrot says it scarcely survived its foundation.

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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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Orania
Orator Henley
Orbilian Stick (The)
Orc (in Orlando Furioso)
Orca
Orchard
Orcus
Ordeal (Saxon, great judgment)
Ordeal
Order!
Order of the Cockle
Order of the Day (The,)
Orders
Orders of Architecture
Ordigale
Ordinary (An)
Ordinary (An)
Oread (plural, Orĕads [3 syl.] or Oreădes [4 syl.])
Oreilles
Orelio
Orellana