Barnabas, St.

Barnabas, St., a member of the first Christian brotherhood, a companion of St. Paul's, and characterised in the Acts as “a good man”; stoned to death at Cyprus, where he was born; an epistle extant bears his name, but is not believed to be his work; the Epistle to the Hebrews has by some been ascribed to him; he is usually represented in art as a venerable man of majestic mien, with the Gospel of St. Matthew in his hand. Festival, June 11.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Barleycorn, John
Barlow, Joel
Barlowe
Barmacide Feast
Bar`macides
Bar`men
Barnabas, St.
Barnabites
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Barnard, Henry
Barnard, Lady Anne
Barnard Castle
Bar`nardine
Barnave, Joseph Marie
Barn-burners
Barnes, Thomas
Barnes, William

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