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Brig of Dread, The

This is an old belief alluded to by Sir Walter Scott. That the soul, on leaving the body, has to pass over the brig of Dread, as bridge as narrow as a thread, crossing a great gulf. If the soul succeeds, he enters heaven; if he falls off, he is lost. A.G.H.

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