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Author: Richeome, Louis, 1544-1625.
Title: Holy pictures of the mysticall figures of the most holy sacrifice and sacrament of the Eucharist: set forth in French by Lewis Richome, prouinciall of the Societie of Iesus; and translated into English for the benefit of those of that nation, aswell protestants as Catholikes. By C.A.
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Print source: Holy pictures of the mysticall figures of the most holy sacrifice and sacrament of the Eucharist: set forth in French by Lewis Richome, prouinciall of the Societie of Iesus; and translated into English for the benefit of those of that nation, aswell protestants as Catholikes. By C.A.
Richeome, Louis, 1544-1625., C. A., fl. 1619,, Anderton, Christopher,, Apsley, Charles,

[Lancashire]: Printed with licence [at the Birchley Hall press?], 1619.
Alternate titles: Tableaux sacrez des figures mystiques du très auguste sacrifice et sacrement de l'Eucharistie. English Tableaux sacrez des figures mystiques du très auguste sacrifice et sacrement de l'Eucharistie.
Notes:
C.A. = Christopher Anderton? Charles Apsley?.
A translation of: Tableaux sacrez des figures mystiques du très auguste sacrifice et sacrement de l'Eucharistie.
Identification of printer conjectured by STC.
The first leaf is blank.
With six final contents leaves.
With a 31-line errata leaf, sometimes pasted onto the last page which contained 20 lines of errata. Variant: lacking the 31-line errata.
Reproduction of the original in Cambridge University Library.
Subject terms:
Mass -- Early works to 1800.
Lord's Supper -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A10745.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE TRANSLA∣TORS PREFACE TO THE READER.
A BRIEFE EX∣TRACT OVT OF THE AVTHORS Epistle Dedicatory to the Queene of FRANCE.
THE PRINTER TO THE READER.
THE LICENCE FOR THE PRINT, which goeth before the French Copie.
THE AVTHORS PREFACE OF PICTVRES IN GENERALL.
THE CAVSES, VSES, AND EFFECTS of Pictures and Figures in holy Scripture.
THE FIRST PICTVRE. PARADISE AND THE TREE OF LIFE.
1. THE CHVRCH OF GOD LIVELY set foorth in earthly Paradise.
2. OF THE GIFTS, AND EXCELLENT qualities of the Church described in the patterne of earthly Paradise.
3. THE HOLY SACRAMENT OF THE Altar, figured by the Tree of Life.
4. RESEMBLANCES OF THE TREE of Life, to the holy Sacrament of the Alter.
5. OF THE EXCELLENCIE OF THE HO∣ly Sacrament of the Altar, farre aboue the Tree of Life.
6. THE BODY OF THE SAVIOVR, NOV∣rishment of the soule, and cause of the glorious resurrection of the body.
7. THE SACRAMENT OF THE BODY of the Sonne of God, Tree of all the earth.
8. CERTAINE SPIRITVALL ASPIRATI∣ons of the soule, desiring the cleare vision of the body of our Sauiour, and a giuing thankes for the same.
THE SECOND PICTVRE. THE SACRIFICE OF ABEL.
1. THE SACRIFICE OF ABEL, A FIGVRE of the Crosse, and of the Eucharist.
2. THE ACCORD OF THE FIGVRE OF the Sacrifice of ABEL, with that of the Masse.
Of two sorts of Sacrificers.
3. GOD PERMITS EVILL, TO DRAW good foorth of it for his glory, and the profit of his children.
4. ABEL AN IMAGE OF THE IVST, AND CAINE of the wicked.
THE THIRD PICTVRE. THE SACRIFICE OF MELCHISEDECH.
1. MELCHISEDECH FIGVRE OF our Sauiour.
2. THE PRIEST-HOOD OF THE SONNE of God, figured in that of Melchisedech.
3. WHEREFORE OVR SAVIOVR HATH instituted the Sacrament, and Sacrifice of his body, vnder the formes of bread and wine.
4. THE BREAD AND WINE, SIGNES of the Passion of our Sauiour in his Sacrament.
5. THE BREAD AND WINE IN THE Eucharist, signes of the Mysticall body of our Sauiour.
6. THE BODY OF OVR SAVIOVR CAL∣led Bread, and his Blood Wine.
7. WHAT THIS SACRAMENT IS.
8. WHAT A SACRIFICE IS, AND HOW it is offered in the Masse.
9. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEENE A Sacrament and a Sacrifice.
10. NO RELIGION WITHOVT Sacrifice.
11. TESTIMONIES OF THE HEBREW Doctors vpon the same subiect, that is, of the Sa∣crifice of MELCHISEDECH.
12. TESTIMONIES OF THE ANCIENT Greeke Fathers, vpon the Figure of MELCHISEDECH.
13. TESTIMONIES OF THE ANCIENT Latine Fathers.
14. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEENE THE Sacrifice of the Crosse, and that of the Eucharist.
15. THE DIFFERENCE OF THE SACRI∣fice of Melchisedech, and of this of the Masse.
16. THE GOOD SPIRITVAL SOVLDIERS are worthy of the food, and blessing of the body of our Lord.
THE FOVRTH PICTVRE. ISAAK ON THE ALTAR.
1. ISAAK, AND THE RAMME SACRIFI∣ced, a Figure of the death of our Sauiour, and of the Sacrifice, and Sacrament of his body.
2. THE HEIGHT OF THE MYSTERY OF the Eucharist, signified by the Mountaine, and by Abraham; and how we are to ap∣proach vnto it.
THE FIFTH PICTVRE. THE PASCHALL LAMBE.
1. OF THE TIME OF IMMOLATION OF the Paschall Lambe, and of the Holy and Ciuill yeere of the Hebrewes, and of their Neomenia, or new Moone.
2. WHEREFORE THE YEARE OF THE Hebrewes was Lunary, and how the Synagogue was compared to the Moone.
3. THE PASCHALL LAMBE, A FIGVRE of the Sacrifice of the Crosse, and of the Eucharist.
4. HOW IESVS CHRIST IS IMITATED in the Eucharist.
5. THE IMMOLATION OF THE BODY of our Sauiour in the Masse, confirmed by the testimonies of the Scripture, and an∣cient Fathers.
6.
7. OF THE CEREMONIES VSED IN eating the Paschall Lambe.
THE SIXT PICTVRE. MANNA IN THE DESERT.
1. MANNA, A FIGVRE OF THE SA∣crament of the Altar.
2. THE CORRESPONDENCE OF MAN∣na, to the Sacrament of the Altar.
3. WHAT SIGNIFIED THE LIKENES of Manna to Coriander.
4. THE HOLY SACRAMENT KEPT IN the Tabernacle, as Manna in the Arke.
5. THE BREAD OF THE IEWES BEARES the name of wonder, in Figure of our wonderfull Sacrament of the Altar.
6. THE WONDERFVLL POWER OF GOD in the Sacrament of the Altar.
7. OF THE OMNIPOTENCIE OF GOD in Transubstantiation.
8. THIS CHANGE IS A MIRACLE FOR the Faithfull.
9. OF THE SAME POWER OF GOD, shewed in the accidents of bread and wine.
10. THE SELFE-SAME POWER, VERIFIED in the accidents of the body of our Sauiour, and first in respect of the quantity.
11. THE MARVAILOVS POWER OF GOD about the qualities of the body of our Sauiour in the blessed Sacrament.
12. THE WONDERFVLL RELATIONS OF the body of our Sauiour in the same Sacrament.
13. ADMIRABLE ACTIONS OF THE body of our Sauiour.
14. THE BODY OF OVR SAVIOVR impassible.
15. THE SACRAMENT IS IN MANY places at one, and the same time.
16. THE BODY OF OVR SAVIOVR aboue the Lawes of Time.
17. THE ADMIRABLE SITVATION OF the body of our Sauiour in the blessed Sacrament.
18. THE CLOTHING OF THE BODY of our Sauiour.
19. HOW THE EVCHARIST IS AN A∣bridgment of all the wonders of God.
20. HOW FAITH IS FORTIFIED BY this Sacrament.
21. OF THE GOODNES OF OVR SA∣uiour in this Sacrament.
22. CHARITIE TOWARDS GOD, AND towards our neighbour, encreased by this Sacrament.
23. OF THE WISDOME OF GOD IN this same Mysterie.
24. GODS DIVINE WISDOME IN teaching of this high Mystery.
A COLLOQVIVM OF PRAISES AND thanksgiuing to God.
THE SEVENTH PICTVRE. THE BREADS OF PROPOSITION.
1. THE BODY OF OVR SAVIOVR, CON∣ceiued of a Virgin, by the operation of the holy Ghost; signified by the Loaues of Proposi∣tion, kneaded of the purest flower, without leauen.
2. HOW THE BODY OF OVR SAVIOVR is offered euery day, and renewed eue∣rie weeke.
3. THE BEGINNING, AND END OF THE Communion is Charity, Prayer, and Con∣templation.
4. THE BODY OF OVR SAVIOVR SIG∣nified by the Table, vpon which were set the Loaues of Proposition.
5. THE SIGNIFICATION OF THE Gandlesticke.
6. THE HEART OF THE IVST IS THE Altar of Incense.
7. WHEREWITH, AND HOW WE OVGHT to thanke God.
8. THE VERTVES, WHICH ARE NECES∣sary, worthily to gine thankes vnto God, and to make a iust examen of our actions.
9. A SOVERAIGNE ACKNOWLEDGE∣ment, due onely to God, made in the Eucharist.
10. THE BODY OF OVR SAVIOVR, meate for the Sanctified.
11. WHAT SIGNIFIED THE TABLE OF Proposition Loaues, and the Candlestickes mul∣tiplied by SALOMON.
12. PVRITY OF BODY, NECESSARY IN such as come to receiue the holy Com∣munion.
13. THEY WHICH HOLILY COMMVNI∣cate, receiue strength, and are armed by the Sacrament.
14. A BRIEFE EXHORTATION TO PV∣ritie, when we present our selues to the ho∣ly Sacrament.
THE EIGHT PICTVRE. THE OBLATION OF THE FIRST fruits at Pentecost.
1. THREE IVDAICALL PEASTS OF the First-fruits.
2. THE MASSE THE NEW OBLATION in the Pentecost of Christians.
3. OF MANY CIRCVMSTANCES OF THE ancient Oblation, answering to the truth of the Sacrament, and Sacrifice of the Masse.
4. OF THE NAME MASSE.
5.
6. THE SACRAMENT, AND SACRIFICE of the body of our Sauiour, vnder the formes of bread, foretold in the Scripture, and taught by the Hebrew Doctors.
7. THE TESTIMONIES OF HEBREW Doctors for Transubstantiation, and the man∣ner, how the body of our Sauiour is present in the Eucharist.
8. THE TESTIMONIES OF THE CHRI∣stian Doctors concerning Transubstantiation, and the manner, how our Sauiours body is in the Eucharist.
9. WHERFORE OVR SAVIOVR WOVLD haue his body hid, and not visible in the Sacrament.
10. AS THE OLDE OBLATION OF FIRST fruits began in Pentecost, so our new.
11. THE MASSE BEGAN TO BE CELE∣brated by the Apostles at Pentecost.
THE NINTH PICTVRE. THE BREAD OF ELIAS.
1. THE BREAD OF ELIAS, FIGVRE OF the Sacrament of the Altar.
2. WHAT MEANETH THE SCRIPTVRE in signifying, that the Bread of Elias was baked vnder the imbers.
3. WHAT SIGNIFIETH THE SLEEPE of Elias vnder the shadow of the luni∣per tree.
4. ELIAS HIS WALKE, AFTER THE SHA∣dow of the Iuniper tree, to the Mountaine Horeb, and of the water, that was giuen him with the bread.
5. THE SIGNIFICATION OF THE pot of Water.
THE TENTH PICTVRE. THE PROPITIATORY SACRIFICE.
1. THREE KINDS OF SACRIFICES.
2. OF THE PROPITIATORY SACRIFICE, which Properly signifies that of the Crosse.
3. THE SECOND KIND OF PROPITIA∣tory Sacrifice, a Figure of the Eucharist.
4. WHAT DIFFERENCE THERE IS BE∣tweene the Iudaicall Propitiatory Sacrifices, and Sacraments, and those of Christians.
5. TESTIMONIES OF THE ANCIENT FA∣thers, both Latine and Greeke, teaching the Sa∣crifice of the Masse, to bee a Propitia∣tory Sacrifice.
6. AFTER WHAT MANNER THE SACRI∣fice of the Masse, and the Sacraments remit sinne, since that of the Crosse is our whole redemption.
7. THE SACRIFICE OF THE MASSE, and the Sacraments, rather giue, then take any honor from the Crosse.
8. THE SACRIFICE OF THE MASSE, Profitable to obtaine from God all kind of good, and it extends it selfe to all persons, except the damned.
9. THE SACRIFICE OF THE MASSE profitable to the Faithfull departed, which are in Purgatory, and honorable to those, which raigne in heauen.
THE ELEVENTH PICTVRE. THE FIVE LOAVES AND TVVO FISHES.
1.
2. IN WHAT THE MIRACLE OF THE fiue Loaues did Figure the Eucharist.
3. THE TWO FISHES, A FIGVRE OF the same Sacrament.
4. WHEREFORE NO MENTION IS MADE of any drinke in this miracle, and other cir∣cumstances of it.
5. WHY THE PEOPLE WOVLD CREATE our Sauiour King, and why he fled them.
6. GOD, NOVRISHER OF EVERY CREA∣ture, true nutriment of his Children?
THE TWELFTH PICTVRE. OVR SAVIOVR, PREACHING OF THE SA∣crament of his bodie.
1. WHEREFORE OVR SAVIOVR MADE a Sermon of the Eucharist, before hee anstituted it.
2. THE FIRST CAVSE, WHY OVR SA∣uiour would giue his flesh to eate, and his bloud to drinke, which was to shew his goodnesse.
3. THE SECOND CAVSE, TO GIVE A remedy to our misery.
4. TWO BAD VNIONS, OF THE FLESH of Adam, with our soule, repaired by the flesh of our Sauiour.
5. PRIDE, AND LICENTIOVSNES, ENE∣mies of Faith, and the first aduersaries of the holy Sacrament.
6. EXPOSITION OF THE WORDS OF our Sauiour.
7. HERESIE ALWAYES CARNALL, AND in loue with extremities.
8. CONTRADICTIONS OF HERETIKES in their false, and imaginary faith.
9. THE LITERALL SENSE, FOVNDA∣tion of others, against the same Heretikes.
10. TWO KINDES OF COMMVNION, THE one Spirituall, the other Sacramentall.
11. OF THE DIVINE WISDOME AND goodnesse of God in this Sacrament: and of the folly, and ingratitude of men.
12. TO THE STRAYED SHEEPE OF our age.
THE THIRTEENTH PICTVRE. THE WASHING OF THE FEET, GOING BE∣fore the institution of the Eucharist.
1. OVR SAVIOVR CELEBRATES THE Iewish Passouer, before he institutes the Sacra∣ment of his body.
2. WHAT IS SIGNIFIED BY THE washing of feete.
THE FOVRTEENTH PICTVRE. THE INSTITVTION OF THE EVCHARIST.
1. THE ENTRANCE, THAT SAINT IOHN maketh, by which he declareth the greatnesse of the mystery of the Eucharist, which our Sauiour was to institute.
2. THE EXPOSITION OF OVR SAVI∣ours words, THIS IS MY BODY.
3. OF THE CLEARENES OF THE SENSE of these words: THIS IS MY BODY, by Scripture, and by reason.
4. TESTIMONIES OF THE FATHERS, vpon the Exposition of the same words.
5. MYSTICALL REFERENCES OF OVR Sauiours words, THIS IS MY BODY, to the ancient Figures, and to all other bodies.
6. HOW OVR SAVIOVR OFFERS HIM∣selfe to God in Sacrifice, saying, This it my bodie.
7. THE SACRIFICE, AND SACRAMENT of our Lords body, to haue been instituted in the mysticall Supper, declared by the testimo∣nie of Fathers.
8. OVR SAVIOVRS TESTAMENT, MADE in the Institution of the Sacrifice, and Sacra∣ment of his body.
9. IN WHAT MANNER OVR SAVIOVR, hauing made his Testament, left his body to his Heires.
10. TWO GREAT WONDERS HAPPENED in the institution of this Sacrament.
11. SAINT IONN FIRST RECEIVETH OF all the Apostles. The Eucharist, the true refection, and the Present at the refection.
12. OF THE WORDS OF OVR SAVIOVR; Doe this in my remembrance.
13. THE MASSE A MOST PROPER ME∣moriall of our Sauiours Passion.
14. THE MASSE, THE FEAST OF GOD, wherein he is singularly called vpon in the Law of Grace, and the Christians are per∣fectly heard.
15. THE REDEMPTION OF MANKINDE, and the end of the Synagogue, signified by the In∣stitution of the Eucharist in the full of the Moone.
16. THE END OF THE SINAGOGVE, AND the beginning of the Law of Grace, Signified by the Eclypse of the Moone, and Sunne, which fell out the next day of the Pasche, and after the Eucharist ordained.
17. THE CHVRCH, SIGNIFIED BY THE Moone: and of the Pasche, and Christian renouation.
18. OVR SAVIOVR HAVING INSTITV∣ted the Sacrifice, and Sacrament of his body, go∣eth foorth of his ledging to goe to the Gar∣den of Oliuet.
A TABLE OF THE PICTVRES, DESCRIPTIONS, AND EXPOSITIONS OF THEM.
Faults escaped.