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The Letters of St. Jerome.: Letter LXXVIII
Letter LXXVIII. To Fabiola.
A treatise on the Forty-two Mansions or Halting-places of the Israelites, originally intended for Fabiola but not completed until after her death. Sent to Oceanus along with the preceding letter. These Mansions are made an emblem of the Christians pilgrimage, the true Hebrew hastening to pass from earth to heaven.
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