St. Omer

St. Omer, a fortified town of France, on the Aa, 26 m. SE. of Calais; has a fine old Gothic cathedral, a ruined Benedictine abbey church, a Catholic college, arsenal, &c.; manufactures embrace light textiles, tobacco pipes, &c.

Population (circa 1900) given as 20,000.

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

St. Nicholas * St. Paul
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St. Ló
St. Louis
St. Lucia
St. Malo
St. Michael's
St. Michael's Mount
St. Michel, Mont
St. Nazaire
St. Neots
St. Nicholas
St. Omer
St. Paul
St. Paul's School
St. Petersburg
St. Pierre, Henri Bernardin de
St. Quentin
St. Réal, Abbé de
Saint Saëns, Charles Camille
St. Simon, Claude Henri, Comte de
St. Simon, Louis de Rouvroy, Duc de
St. Simonians


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Addison, Joseph
Alford, Michael
Bayly, Thomas
Birkhead, Henry
Butler, Alban
Catinat, Nicholas
Chabot, Peter Walter
Cole, William
Croft, Herbert
Dausque, Claudius
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