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#The following of Christ translated out of Latin into Englishe, newlie corrected and amended. VVherento also is added the golden epistle of Sainct Bernarde. And nowe lastelie the rules of a Christian lyfe, made by Iohn Picus the elder earle of Mirandula. Imitatio Christi. English.# The following of Christ translated out of Latin into Englishe, newlie corrected and amended. VVherento also is added the golden epistle of Sainct Bernarde. And nowe lastelie the rules of a Christian lyfe, made by Iohn Picus the elder earle of Mirandula. Imitatio Christi. English.

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#####Front#####

  1. The introduction.

  2. A preface to the booke folovvinge.

  3. Hereafter folovveth the chapters. of this preſent booke.

#####Body##### Of the Imitation or folovving of Chriſte, and of the deſpiſing of all vanities of the vvorlde. The f _ Of the Imitation or folovving of Chriſte, and of the deſpiſing of all vanities of the vvorlde. The firſte Chapter.

_ Againſt vayne ſeculer cunning, and of a

meeke knovvinge of our ſelfe. The 2. Chapter.

_ Of the teaching of truth.

The .3. Chapter.

_ That light credence is not to be geuen

to vvordes. The .4. Chapter.

_ Of the readinge of holy Scripture.

The .5. Chapter.

_ Of inordinate affections.

The 6. Chapter.

_ That vayne hope and elation of mynde are

to be fled and auoyded. The .7. Chapter.

_ That muche familiaritie is to be auoyded.

The .8. Chapter.

_ Of meeke ſubiection and obedience, and

that vve ſhall gladly folovve the counſayle of others. The 9. Chapter.

_ That vve ſhoulde auoyde ſuperfluitie of vvordes,

and the company of vvorldly liuinge people. The .10. Chapter.

_ The meanes to get peace, and of deſire to

profite in vertues. The 11. Chapter.

_ Of the profite of aduerſitie.

The .12. Chapter.

_ Of temptations to be reſiſted.

The 13. Chapter.

_ That vve ſhall not iudge lightly other

mens deedes, nor cleaue much to our ovvne vvill. The 14. Chapter.

_ Of vvorkes done in charitie.

The 15. Chapter.

_ Of the ſuffering of other mens defaultes.

The .16. Chapter.

_ VVhat ſholde be the life of a true religious

perſon. The .17. Chapter.

_ Of the examples of holy fathers.

The .18. Chapter.

_ Of the exerciſes of a good religious perſon.

The 19. Chapter.

_ Of the loue of onelines and ſilence.

The .20. Chapter.

_ Of compunction of the heart.

The .21. Chapter.

_ Of the conſideringe of the miſerie of mankinde,

and vvherein the felicitie of man ſtandeth. The .22. Chapter.

_ Of the remembraunce of death.

The .23. Chapter.

_ Of the laſt iudgement, and of the payne

that is ordeyned for ſinne. The 24. Chapter.

_ Of the feruent amendinge of all our life, and

that vve ſhall ſpeciallie take heede of our ovvne ſoule health, before all other. The .25. Chapter.

  1. Here beginneth the ſeconde Booke.

    _ Of invvarde conuerſation. The firſte Chapter.

    _ Of a meeke knovving of our ovvne defaultes. The ſecond Chapter.

    _ Hovve good it is for a man to be peacefull. The 3. Chapter.

    _ Of a pure mind, and a ſimple intent. The .4. Chapter.

    _ Of the knovvinge of our ſelfe. The .5. Chapter.

    _ Of the gladnes of a cleane conſcience. The 6. Chapter.

    _ Of the loue of Ieſu aboue all thinges. The .7. Chapter.

    _ Of the familier freendſhip of Ieſu. The .8. Chapter.

    _ Of the vvanting of all ſolace and comfort. The 9. Chapter.

    _ Of yeeldinge thankes to God for his manifolde graces. The .10. Chapter.

    _ Of the ſmall number of the louers of the Croſſe. The .11. Chapter.

    _ Of the vvay of the Croſſe, and bovve profitable patience is in aduerſitie. The 12. Chapter.

  2. Here beginneth the third Booke.

    _ Of the invvarde ſpeakinge of Chriſt to a faythfull ſoule. The firſte Chapter.

    _ Hovve allmightie God ſpeaketh invvardlye to mans ſoule vvithout ſounde of vvordes. The .2. Chapter.

    _ That the vvordes of God are to be hearde vvith great meekenes, and that there be but fevve that ponder them, as they ought to doe. The .3. Chapter.

    _ A prayer to obteyne the grace of deuotion. The .4. Chapter.

    _ Hovve vve ought to be conuerſant before God in truth and meekenes. The 5. Chapter.

    _ Of the meruaillous effect of the loue of God. The .6. Chapter.

    _ Of the proufe of a true louer of God. The 7. Chapter.

    _ Hovve grace is to be kept cloſe through the vertue of meekenes. The .8. Chapter.

    _ Hovv vve ſhall thinke through meekenes our ſelfe to be vile and abiect in the ſight of God. The 9. Chapter.

    _ Hovve all thinges are to be referred to God, as ende of euery vvorke. The .10. Chapter.

    _ That it is ſvveete and delectable to ſerue God, and to forſake the vvorlde. The 11. Chapter.

    _ That the deſires of the heart ought to be vvell examined and moderated. The 12. Chapter.

    _ Hovv vve ſhould keepe patience, and continually ſtryue agaynſt all concupiſcence. The .13. Chapter.

    _ Of the obedience of a meeke ſubiect, after the example of our Lorde Ieſu Chriſte. The 14. Chapter.

    _ Of the ſecrete and hid iudgementes of God to be conſidered, that vve be not proude of our good deedes. The .15. Chapter.

    _ Hovv a man ſhall order him ſelfe in his deſires. The .16. Chapter.

    _ A prayer, that the vvill of God be alvvaye fulfilled. The 17. Chapter.

    _ That the verye true ſolace & comfort is in god. The .18. Chapter.

    _ That all our ſtudy and buſines of minde ought to be put in God. The .19. Chapter.

    _ That all temporall miſeries are gladly to be borne through the example of Chriſte The 20. Chapter.

    _ Of patient ſuffering of iniuries and vvronges, and vvho is truely patient. The .21. Chapter.

    _ Of the knovvinge of our ovvne infirmities, and of the miſeries of this life. The .22. Chapter.

    _ Hovve a man ſhoulde reſt in God aboue all thinges. The 23. Chapter.

    _ Of remembringe of the great and manyfolde benefites of God. The 24. Chapter.

    _ Of foure things that bring peace into the ſoule. The 25. Chapter.

    _ A prayer againſt euill thoughtes. The .26. Chapter.

    _ A prayer for clarifying of mans minde. The .27. Chapter.

    _ That it is not good to ſearche curiouſlye another mans lyfe. The 28. Chapter.

    _ In vvhat thing the peace of heart, and greateſt profite of man ſtandeth. The 29. Chapter.

    _ Of the libertie, excellencie, and vvorthineſſe of a free mynde. The .30. Chapter.

    _ That priuate loue moſt letteth a man from God. The .31. Chapter.

    _ A prayer for the purginge of mans ſoule, and for heauenlye vviſdome and the grace of God to be obteyned and had. The 32. Chapter.

    _ Agaynſt the euill ſayinges of detractours. The 33. Chapter.

    _ Hovve almightie God is to be invvarldlye called vnto, in time of tribulation. The 34. Chapter.

    _ Of the helpe of God to be aſked, and of a full truſt to recouer through deuout prayer our former grace. The .35. Chapter.

    _ Hovv vve ſhould forget all creatures, that vve might finde our Creator. The .36. Chapter.

    _ Hovve vve ſhould forſake our ſelfe, and thruſte dovvne all couetiſe out of our heartes. The .37. Chapter.

    _ Of the vnſtablenes of mans harte; and that our finall intent in all thinges ſhoulde be to God. The .38. Chapter.

    _ Hovve our Lorde God ſauoureth to his louer ſvveetly aboue all things, and in all things. The 39. Chapter.

    _ That there is no full ſuretie from temptation in this lyfe. The 40. Chapter.

    _ Againſt the vaine iudgementes of men. The 41. Ch•pter.

    _ Of a pure and a vvholle forſakinge of our ſelfe and our ovvne vvill, that vve might get the freedome of ſpirite, and folovve the vvill of God. The .42. Chapter.

    _ Hovve a man ſhall rule him ſelfe in outvvarde things, and hovve he ought to call to God for helpe in all perils aud daungers. The .43. Chapter.

    _ That a man ſhoulde not be importune in his buſines. The .44. Chapter.

    _ That man hath no goodnes of him ſelfe, and that he may not rightfully glorifye him ſelfe in any thing. The 45. Chapter.

    _ Hovve all temporall honour is to be deſpiſed. The 46. Chapter.

    _ That our truſt is not to be put in vvorldlye people. The 47. Chapter.

    _ That vve ſhould eſchevv vayne ſeculer cunninge. The .48. Chapter.

    _ That vve ſhoulde not regarde muche outvvarde thinges, nor po•der but litle the iudgement of man. The 49. Chapter.

    _ That men be not alvvaye to be beleeued, for that they ſo lightlye offende in vvordes. The .50. Chapter.

    _ That vve ſhall put all our confidence in God, vvhen euill vvordes be ſpoken to vs. The .51. Chapter.

    _ Hovve all greeuous thinges in this lyfe are gladlie to be ſuffered, for vvinning of the lyfe that is to come. The .52. Chapter.

    _ Of the daye of eternitie, and of the miſeries of this lyfe. The 53. Chapter.

    _ Of the deſire of euerlaſtinge life, and of the great revvarde that is promiſed to them that ſtronglye fight agaynſt ſinne. The 54. Chapter.

    _ Hovve a man that is deſolate, ought to offer hym ſelfe vvhollye to God. The .55. Chapter.

    _ That it is good, that a man geue hym ſelfe to meeke bodilye laboures, vvhen he feeleth not hym ſelfe diſpoſed to high vvorkes of deuotion. The 56. Chapter.

    _ That a man ſhall not thinke him ſelfe, vvorthy to haue comfort, but rather to haue ſorovve and payne: and of the profite of contrition. The 57. Chapter.

    _ That grace vvill not be mixt vvith loue of vvorldlye thinges. The .58. Chapter.

    _ Of the diuerſities and diuers mouinges betvvene nature and grace. The 59. Chapter.

    _ Of the corruption of nature, and the vvorthynes of grace. The .60. Chapter.

    _ That vve ought to forſake our ſelfe, and to folovv Chriſte by bearinge of hys Croſſe. The 61. Chapter.

    _ That a man ſhall not be ouermuche caſt into heauynes, though he happen to fall into ſome defaul•es. The .62. Chapter.

    _ That a man ſhall not ſearche the iudgementes of God. The .63. Chapter.

    _ That all our hope and truſt is to be put in God onelye. The 64. Chapter.

  3. Hereafter foloweth the fourth Booke of the folowinge of Chriſte, which treateth moſte ſpeciallye of the Sacrament of the aultare.

    _ Prologue.

    _ VVith hovve great reuerence Chriſte is to be receaued. The firſte Chapter.

    _ That the great goodnes and charitie of God is geuen to man in this bleſſed Sacrament. The ſecond Chapter.

    _ That it is very profitable ofte to be houſeled. The .3. Chapter.

    _ That many commodities be geuen to them, that deuoutly receaue this holye Sacrament. The 4. Chapter.

    _ Of the vvorthines of the Sacrament of the Aultar, and of the ſtate of prieſthood. The .5. Chapter.

    _ Of the invvarde remembraunce and exerciſe that a man ought to haue afore the receauinge of the bodye of Chriſte. The 6. Chapter.

    _ Of the diſcuſſing of our ovvne conſcience, and of the purpoſe of amendment. The 7. Chapter.

    _ Of the oblation of Chriſte on the Croſſe, and of a full forſakinge of our ſelfe. The 8. Chapter.

    _ That vve ought to offer our ſelfe and all ours to God, and to praye for all people. The 9. Chapter.

    _ That the holye Communion is not lightlye to be forborne. The .10. Chapter.

    _ That the bodye of Chriſte and holye Scripture, are moſte neceſſarye for the health of mans ſoule. The .11. Chapter.

    _ That he that ſhall be houſeled ought to prepare hym ſelfe therto before vvith great diligence. The .12. Chapter.

    _ That a deuout ſoule ſhoulde greatlye deſire vvith all his heart to be vnited to Chriſte in this bleſſed Sacrament. The .13. Chapter.

    _ Of the brenninge deſire that ſome deuoute perſons haue had to the body of Chriſte. The 14. Chapter.

    _ That the grace of deuotion is gotten thorough meekenes, and for ſakinge of our ſelfe. The 15. Chapter.

    _ That vveſhoulde open all our neceſsities to Chriſte, and aſke his grace. The 16. Chapter.

    _ Of the burninge loue and great affection that vve ſhoulde haue to receyue Chriſte. The 17. Chapter.

    _ That a man ſhall not be a curious ſearcher of this holye Sacrament, but a meeke folovver of Chriſte, ſubduinge alvvaye his reaſon to fayth. The 18. Chapter.

  4. HERE BEGINNETH A GODLY Treatiſe, and it is called a notable Leſſon, otherwiſe it is called the golden Epiſtle.

    _ The expoſition of the name of this lytle Booke. This leſſon was brought vnto me in Engliſhe of an olde tranſlation, rough and rude, with requeſt to

  5. A ſpirituall glaſſe.

  6. THE RVLES OF A CHRISTIAN lyfe, made by Iohn Picus the elder Erle of Mirandula.

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12. pb 352 @facs (352) : tcp:3160:1 (2), tcp:3160:2 (2), tcp:3160:3 (2), tcp:3160:4 (2), tcp:3160:5 (2), tcp:3160:6 (2), tcp:3160:7 (2), tcp:3160:8 (2), tcp:3160:9 (2), tcp:3160:10 (2), tcp:3160:11 (2), tcp:3160:12 (2), tcp:3160:13 (2), tcp:3160:14 (2), tcp:3160:15 (2), tcp:3160:16 (2), tcp:3160:17 (2), tcp:3160:18 (2), tcp:3160:19 (2), tcp:3160:20 (2), tcp:3160:21 (2), tcp:3160:22 (2), tcp:3160:23 (2), tcp:3160:24 (2), tcp:3160:25 (2), tcp:3160:26 (2), tcp:3160:27 (2), tcp:3160:28 (2), tcp:3160:29 (2), tcp:3160:30 (2), tcp:3160:31 (2), tcp:3160:32 (2), tcp:3160:33 (2), tcp:3160:34 (2), tcp:3160:35 (2), tcp:3160:36 (2), tcp:3160:37 (2), tcp:3160:38 (2), tcp:3160:39 (2), tcp:3160:40 (2), tcp:3160:41 (2), tcp:3160:42 (2), tcp:3160:43 (2), tcp:3160:44 (2), tcp:3160:45 (2), tcp:3160:46 (2), tcp:3160:47 (2), tcp:3160:48 (2), tcp:3160:49 (2), tcp:3160:50 (2), tcp:3160:51 (2), tcp:3160:52 (2), tcp:3160:53 (2), tcp:3160:54 (2), tcp:3160:55 (2), tcp:3160:56 (2), tcp:3160:57 (2), tcp:3160:58 (2), tcp:3160:59 (2), tcp:3160:60 (2), tcp:3160:61 (2), tcp:3160:62 (2), tcp:3160:63 (2), tcp:3160:64 (2), tcp:3160:65 (2), tcp:3160:66 (2), tcp:3160:67 (2), tcp:3160:68 (2), tcp:3160:69 (2), tcp:3160:70 (2), tcp:3160:71 (2), tcp:3160:72 (2), tcp:3160:73 (2), tcp:3160:74 (2), tcp:3160:75 (2), tcp:3160:76 (2), tcp:3160:77 (2), tcp:3160:78 (2), tcp:3160:79 (2), tcp:3160:80 (2), tcp:3160:81 (2), tcp:3160:82 (2), tcp:3160:83 (2), tcp:3160:84 (2), tcp:3160:85 (2), tcp:3160:86 (2), tcp:3160:87 (2), tcp:3160:88 (2), tcp:3160:89 (2), tcp:3160:90 (2), tcp:3160:91 (2), tcp:3160:92 (2), tcp:3160:93 (2), tcp:3160:94 (2), tcp:3160:95 (2), tcp:3160:96 (2), tcp:3160:97 (2), tcp:3160:98 (2), tcp:3160:99 (2), tcp:3160:100 (2), tcp:3160:101 (2), tcp:3160:102 (2), tcp:3160:103 (2), tcp:3160:104 (2), tcp:3160:105 (2), tcp:3160:106 (2), tcp:3160:107 (2), tcp:3160:108 (2), tcp:3160:109 (2), tcp:3160:110 (2), tcp:3160:111 (2), tcp:3160:112 (2), tcp:3160:113 (2), tcp:3160:114 (2), tcp:3160:115 (2), tcp:3160:116 (2), tcp:3160:117 (2), tcp:3160:118 (2), tcp:3160:119 (2), tcp:3160:120 (2), tcp:3160:121 (2), tcp:3160:122 (2), tcp:3160:123 (2), tcp:3160:124 (2), tcp:3160:125 (2), tcp:3160:126 (2), tcp:3160:127 (2), tcp:3160:128 (2), tcp:3160:129 (2), tcp:3160:130 (2), tcp:3160:131 (2), tcp:3160:132 (2), tcp:3160:133 (2), tcp:3160:134 (2), tcp:3160:135 (2), tcp:3160:136 (2), tcp:3160:137 (2), tcp:3160:138 (2), tcp:3160:139 (2), tcp:3160:140 (2), tcp:3160:141 (2), tcp:3160:142 (2), tcp:3160:143 (2), tcp:3160:144 (2), tcp:3160:145 (2), tcp:3160:146 (2), tcp:3160:147 (2), tcp:3160:148 (2), tcp:3160:149 (2), tcp:3160:150 (2), tcp:3160:151 (2), tcp:3160:152 (2), tcp:3160:153 (2), tcp:3160:154 (2), tcp:3160:155 (2), tcp:3160:156 (2), tcp:3160:157 (2), tcp:3160:158 (2), tcp:3160:159 (2), tcp:3160:160 (2), tcp:3160:161 (2), tcp:3160:162 (2), tcp:3160:163 (2), tcp:3160:164 (2), tcp:3160:165 (2), tcp:3160:166 (2), tcp:3160:167 (2), tcp:3160:168 (2), tcp:3160:169 (2), tcp:3160:170 (2), tcp:3160:171 (2), tcp:3160:172 (2), tcp:3160:173 (2), tcp:3160:174 (2), tcp:3160:175 (2), tcp:3160:176 (2) • @n (159) : 1 (1), 2 (1), 3 (1), 4 (1), 5 (1), 6 (1), 7 (1), 8 (1), 9 (1), 10 (1), 11 (1), 12 (1), 13 (1), 14 (1), 15 (1), 16 (1), 17 (1), 18 (1), 19 (1), 20 (1), 21 (1), 22 (1), 23 (1), 24 (1), 25 (1), 26 (1), 27 (1), 28 (1), 29 (1), 30 (1), 31 (1), 32 (1), 33 (1), 34 (1), 35 (1), 36 (1), 37 (1), 38 (1), 39 (1), 40 (1), 41 (1), 42 (1), 43 (1), 44 (1), 45 (1), 46 (1), 47 (1), 48 (1), 49 (1), 50 (1), 51 (1), 52 (1), 53 (1), 54 (1), 55 (1), 56 (1), 57 (1), 58 (1), 59 (1), 60 (1), 61 (1), 62 (1), 63 (1), 64 (1), 65 (1), 66 (1), 67 (1), 68 (1), 69 (1), 70 (1), 71 (1), 72 (1), 73 (1), 74 (1), 75 (1), 76 (1), 77 (1), 78 (1), 79 (1), 80 (1), 81 (1), 82 (1), 83 (1), 84 (1), 85 (1), 86 (1), 87 (1), 88 (1), 89 (1), 90 (1), 91 (1), 92 (1), 93 (1), 94 (1), 95 (1), 96 (1), 97 (1), 98 (1), 99 (1), 100 (2), 101 (1), 102 (1), 103 (1), 104 (1), 105 (1), 106 (1), 107 (1), 108 (1), 109 (1), 110 (1), 111 (1), 112 (1), 113 (1), 114 (1), 115 (1), 116 (1), 117 (1), 118 (1), 119 (1), 120 (1), 121 (1), 122 (1), 123 (1), 124 (1), 125 (1), 126 (1), 127 (1), 128 (1), 129 (1), 130 (1), 131 (1), 132 (1), 133 (1), 134 (1), 135 (1), 136 (1), 137 (1), 138 (1), 139 (1), 140 (1), 141 (1), 142 (1), 143 (1), 144 (1), 145 (1), 146 (1), 147 (1), 148 (1), 149 (1), 150 (1), 151 (1), 152 (1), 153 (1), 154 (1), 155 (1), 156 (1), 157 (1), 158 (1) • @rendition (2) : simple:additions (2)
13. seg 130 @rend (130) : decorInit (130)
14. trailer 4