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Author: Loarte, Gaspar.
Title: The godly garden of Gethsemani furnished with holsome fruites of meditation and prayer, vpon the blessed passion of Christ our Redeemer.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The godly garden of Gethsemani furnished with holsome fruites of meditation and prayer, vpon the blessed passion of Christ our Redeemer.
Loarte, Gaspar.

[London: [W. Carter, ca. 1580]]
Alternate titles: Godlie garden of Gethsemani
Notes:
An edition of: Loarte, Gaspar. The godlie garden of Gethsemani.
Printer's name from and publication date conjectured by STC.
Woodcut illustrations throughout.
Formerly STC 11803a.
Identified as STC 11803a on UMI microfilm reel 644.
Signatures: A-S.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Subject terms:
Jesus Christ -- Passion -- Meditations -- Early works to 1800.
Meditation -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A06155.0001.001

Contents
title page
illustration
¶ To the Reader.
treatise
Of the fruite of suche de∣uout meditation, and of the maner and order of this litle Treatise.
¶ Diuers profitable wayes how to meditate vpon the blessed passion of Christ our Redeemer.
Declarations of the sayde sortes and maners of meditations vp∣pon the blessed passion, and first concerning the first kind, called histori∣call or litterall.
¶ A declaration of the seconde manner of meditation, which is by way of compassion.
A declaration of the third man∣ner of meditation, by way of contrition and com∣punction.
The fourth maner of meditati∣on, which is by way of imita∣tion or following.
A declaration of the fyfth man∣ner of meditation, which is in thankesgeuing.
A declaration of the sixt man∣ner of meditation, which is by way of admiration.
A declaration of the seuenth manner of meditation, which is by way of hope and reioysing.
A declaration of the eight ma∣ner of meditation, by the way of loue.
¶ Certayne aduises which may be obserued in the sayd me∣ditations, or in any other.
Certayne godly Medita∣tions and prayers vpon the Passion of our Lord and Sauiour Iesus Christe.
¶The first meditation is of the Supper that was made to Christ our Lord in Bethania, sixe days before his passion, which is the Saboth before Palmesunday. Concerning which ye may meditate these poynts following.
The prayer.
The solemnitie in the receiuing of Christ into the citie of Ie∣rusalem the sunday be∣fore his passion.
The prayer.
Of the last Supper which Christ our Lorde made to his disci∣ples: there maye be these poyntes following to meditate vpon.
The prayer.
Of the prayer in the garden, and apprehending of our Sauiour.
¶ The prayer.
How Christ was lèd to the house of Annas and Caiphas.
¶ The prayer.
How Christ our Redeemer was brought to Pilates house.
¶ The prayer.
How Christ beeing ledde vnto Herodes house, was also there mocked & scorned.
¶ The prayer.
The scourging of Christ our Sauiour.
¶ The prayer.
Of the crowning of Christ with thornes.
¶ The prayer.
Howe Christ caried the Crosse to be crucified: and the poynts to meditate thereon.
¶ The prayer.
Of the nayling of Christ vpon the Crosse, ye may meditate these poyntes.
¶ The prayer.
How Christ was exalted vpon the Crosse.
¶ The prayer.
How Christ was thrust into the side with a speare.
¶ The prayer.
How our Redeemer was taken downe from the Crosse.
¶ The prayer.
How our Sauiour beeing nowe taken frō the Crosse, was layd in his moste sorowfull mothers lappe.
¶ The prayer.
How the blessed body of Christ was anoynted and dressed to the buriall.
¶ The prayer.
Howe Christ was put into the graue.
¶ The prayer.
The glorious resurrection of Christ our Sauiour.
¶ The prayer.