Definition of Saint Francis Xavier
1. Noun. Spanish missionary and Jesuit who establish missionaries in Japan and Ceylon and the East Indies (1506-1552).
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Literary usage of Saint Francis Xavier
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1. The South in the Building of the Nation: A History of the Southern States by Walter Lynwood Fleming (1909)
"... 1831 Fenwick opened the Athenaeum, afterwards known as the College of Saint Francis Xavier. The remainder of his life was spent attending to the work of ..."
2. The Americana: A Universal Reference Library, Comprising the Arts and ...by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines (1912)
"Saint Francis Xavier was born in Spain, of one of the noblest families of the kingdom of Navarre. After the usual collegiate studies in his own country, ..."
3. Plain Talk about the Protestantism of To-day by Louis Gaston de Ségur (1868)
"Sales, a Saint Francis Xavier, a Saint Teresa, and those honest and honorable men, whose life is often quoted for a proof of the truth of Protestantism ! ..."
4. The History of Portugal: From the Commencement of the Monarchy to the Reign by Edward McMurdo (1889)
"... Diu—Departure of Martiin Affonso de Sousa—Saint Francis Xavier, the Apostle of the Indies—D. Joao de Castro is appointed Governor of India—Second ..."
5. The History of Portugal: From the Commencement of the Monarchy to the Reign by Edward McMurdo (1889)
"... da Gama—Expedition to the Red Sea— Taking of the fortress of Diu—Departure of Martim Affonso de Sousa—Saint Francis Xavier, the Apostle of the Indies—D. ..."