Personal Information: moralWillibrord 1 View information for this person he was less than no-one in eagerness, second to none in the practice of humility, inferior to none in his zeal for reading; but the boy [sc. Willibrord 1] advanced daily in good habits in order to transcend the tender year of his boyhood through the dignity of his behaviour, and he became very old in his judgment who was slight and fragile physically.

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Personal Informationhe was less than no-one in eagerness, second to none in the practice of humility, inferior to none in his zeal for reading; but the boy [sc. Willibrord 1] advanced daily in good habits in order to transcend the tender year of his boyhood through the dignity of his behaviour, and he became very old in his judgment who was slight and fragile physically.
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Original Text ... nulli alacritate minor, nulli humilitatis officio secundus, nulli lectionis studio inferior; sed sic cotidie boni indolis puer proficiebat, ut teneros pueritiae annos morum gravitate transcenderet, factusque est grandevus sensu, qui corpusculo fuit m

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