He hands Judge Hardin the address of the religious house to which he will retire in Paris.
Being in a religious house, I had no mind to keep a footman with me.
Local tradition makes it the site of a religious house, with a healing well.
But when I was out—oh, what a change I found in the religious house!
It is with the daughters of these families that the religious house first found favour.
Yet she had no longing for the seclusion of a religious house.
Years before a company of twelve monks and a Prior had come there to found a religious house.
It was consequently at once a religious house and a military post.
He afterward helped nurse him in the French religious house, in the walled "upper town," to which the rebel wounded were conveyed.
In 1648 the heading is simply 'Description of a religious house.'