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The holy court, in five books 1 edition

The holy court, in five books
Nicolas Caussin

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The holy court, in five books
the first treating of motives which should excite men of quality to Christian perfection. The second of the prelate, soldier, statesman and lady. The third of maxims of Christianity against prophaneness, divided into three parts, viz. divinity, governmentof this life, and state of the other world. The fourth containing the command of reason over the passions. The fifth (now published in English, and much augmented to the last ediion of the Author) containing the lives of the most famous and illustrious courtiers. Taken both out of the Old and New Testament, and other modern authors
/ originally written in French by the learned and pious Nicholas Caussin, S.J. and translated into English by Sir Thomas Hawkins, and others. And now carefully revised and corrected from the errors of the old translation.

Published 1816 by Printed and published by John Coyne in Dublin .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Engravings.

Each book has special title-page.

"The angel of peace to all Christian princes," with special title-page: p. 1535-1560.

Other Titles
The angel of peace to all Christian princes.

The Physical Object

Pagination
2? v ;

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL19927849M

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