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Author: Drexel, Jeremias, 1581-1638.
Title: Nicetas or the triumph ouer incontinencie written in Latin by. F. Hier. Drexelius of the Society of Iesus. And translated into English by. R.S. 1633.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Nicetas or the triumph ouer incontinencie written in Latin by. F. Hier. Drexelius of the Society of Iesus. And translated into English by. R.S. 1633.
Drexel, Jeremias, 1581-1638., Samber, Robert,, Stanford, Robert,, R.S.,

[Rouen: Printed by the widow of N. Courant, 1633]
Alternate titles: Nicetas. English Nicetas. Nicetas or the triumph over incontinencie. Triumph ouer incontinencie. Triumph over incontinencie.
Notes:
R.S. = Robert Samber? Robert Stanford?.
A translation of: Nicetas seu triumphata incontinentia.
The title page is engraved.
Imprint from STC.
P. 424 misnumbered 426.
With a final colophon leaf.
Running title reads: The triumph ouer incontinencie.
Reproduction of the original in the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign Campus). Library.
Subject terms:
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A20860.0001.001

Contents
engraved title page
THE FRONTISPICE to it's Spectatour.
THE EPISTLE DEDICATORIE OF THE TRANSLATOVR to al Worthy English Catholikes.
TO THE MOST NOBLE SODALITIES OF THE most Blessed Virgin Marie. of FROM GOD AND HIS MOTHER THE Blessed Virgin Euer∣lasting felicitie.
TO THE WELWISHING READER.
THE FIRST BOOKE.
THE ENTRANCE Into the discourse.
§. I.
THE MOST ILLVSTRIOVS act of Nicetas related somewhat at large. CHAP. II.
§. I.
IDLENES THE FIRST Allurement to Incontinency. CHAP. III.
§ I.
§. II.
THE SECOND ALLVREMENT to Incontinency, Dainty fare, surfeiting and gluttony. CHAP. IV.
§. I.
§. II.
THE THIRD ALLVREMENT to Incontinency Impure and obscene Bookes. CHAP. V.
§. I.
§. II.
§. III.
THE FOVRTH ALLVREMENT to incontinency, Dishonest Pictures. CHAP. VI.
§. I.
§. II.
THE FIFTH ALLVREMENT to Incontinency, wandring eyes. CHAP. VII.
§. I.
§. II.
§. III.
§. IIII.
§. V.
§. VI.
§. VII.
THE SIXTH ALLVREMENT to Incontinency: Lasciuious and dishonest wordes. CHAP. VIII.
§. I.
§. II.
§. III.
§. IIII.
THE SEAVENTH ALLVRE∣ment to Incontinency: Euil Companions. CHAP. IX.
§. I.
§. II.
§. III.
THE FIRST EFFECTS OF incontinency: It weakneth the body, & emptieth the purse. CHAP. X.
§. I.
§. II.
THE OTHER EFFECTS OF incontinency: It killeth our soule and impaires our iudgment. CHAP. XI.
§ I.
THE THIRD EFFECT OF incontinency: It tainteth the fame and extirpateth al vertues. CHAP. XII.
§. I.
§. II.
A PETITION TO THE Virgin-Mother.
THE SECOND BOOKE.
THAT S. BENEDICT MAY be called the brother of NICETAS, famous for the like illustrious act. CHAP. I.
§. I.
§. II.
§. III.
§. IIII.
§. V.
THE BATTEL OF NICETAS and his victory described in he∣roical verse. CHAP. II.
THE FIRST REMEDY against Incontinency: Reading of pious bookes. CHAP III.
§. I.
§. II.
§. III.
THE SECOND ANTIDOTE against Incontinency: Chastizement of the body, CHAP. IV.
§. I.
§. II.
§. III.
§. IIII.
THE THIRD ANTIDOTE against Incontinency: Prayer and the Practice therof. CHAP. V.
§. I.
§. II.
§. III.
§. IIII.
§. V.
§. VI.
THE FOVRTH ANTIDOTE against Incontinency: Frequent confession. CHAP VI.
§. I.
§. II.
§. III.
§. IV.
THE FIFT ANTIDOTE against Incontinency: Fasting, and exercise of Abstinence. CHAP. VII.
§. I.
§. II.
§. III.
§. IV.
§. V.
THE SEAVENTH ANTIDOTE against Incontinency: Labours, and the loue of exercise. CHAP. VIII.
§. I.
§. II.
§. III.
THE SEAVENTH ANTIDOTE against Incontinency: Careful watch ouer our senses. CHAP. IX.
§. I.
§. II.
§. III.
§. IV.
§. V.
THE EIGHT ANTIDOTE against Incontinency: The presence of God, daily before our eyes in euery place. CHAP. X.
§. I.
§. II.
§. III.
§. IV.
§. V.
§. VI.
§. VII.
§. VIII.
§. IX.
THE NINTH ANTIDOTE against Incontinency, with the nine punishments of eternity. CHAP. XI.
THE FIRT punishment of hel to be feared; to wit vnspakeable Darkenes.
THE SECOND: Weeping, and gnashing of teeth; Howling and oring most horrible and lamentable.
THE THIRD: Hunger and thirst incredible.
THE FOVRTH: Intolerable stench.
THE FIFT: Fire not to be extinguished with any length of time.
THE SIXT: Miserable torment of conscience.
THE SEAVENTH: A horrible place, and detestable Associates.
THE EIGHT: Eternal despaire of al happines.
THE NINTH: Eternity.
THE CONCLVSION OF that which hath been said con∣cerning the triumph ouer Incontinency. CHAP. XII.
THE FIRST HEAD. Lust and Incontinency is an Insatiable vice.
THE SECOND HEAD: The sinne of the flesh is almost Incurable.
THE THIRD HEAD: The sinne of the flesh is a very common vice.
THE FOVRTH HEAD: The s•…e of the f•…shes most hateful to the Angels.
THE FIFT HEAD: The sinne of the flesh is most transitory.
THE SIXT HEAD: The sinne of the flesh is most pernicious.
THE SEAVENTH HEAD: The sinne of the flesh is very deceitful; and be∣sides, no plague is more pernicious to Mankind.
THE EIGHT HEAD: The sinne of the slesh is ful of reproach and in∣famy, and aboue al, most dishonest.
THE NINTH HEAD: The sinne of the flesh is an Epitome of al enormities.
INDEX.
THE FIRST BOOKE.
THE SECOND BOOKE.