An admonition to the Religious how they ought to prepare themselves to the Choice & Election of the Offices in this Monastery & Congregation. [Handwritten. Brussels, 1779]
Below are two images I found amongst the papers of the Haslemere Collection. The first is an etching, but I am unable to read the signature; the second is an older print. This latter print is entitles MUNSTER CATHERDRALE, but doesn't compare to any images I can find. If anyone can identify either of these locations I would be glad to hear.
Below is a hand painted chronology, probably painted by Dame Reparata, which shows the Brussels house and the names of the Abbes at the filiations which developed from it. There are some close ups to follow.
The images below are taken from the Chronicles of East Bergholt and describe a stay at the Ypres Monastery by Lady Abbess Gertrude Lescher during a trip to Rouen.
The Benedictine nuns of Ypres had to leave their Monastery in 1917 after the town was overran by the Germans, were originally from Ghent, a filiation of the Brussels house.
Below is the memorial card for Lady Abbess Marie Benoit Bryne who died 12th January, 1840.
This unfinished chasuble from the Haslemere Collection demonstrates the exquisite embroidery many religious were able to produce. [It is way beyond my City & Guilds in Ecclesiastical Embroidery!]