|Author:||Lipsius, Justus, 1547-1606.|
|Title:||Miracles of the B. Virgin, or, An historical account of the original, and stupendious performances of the image entituled, Our Blessed Lady of Halle viz. restoring the dead to life, healing the sick, delivering of captives, &c. / written originally in Latin, by Justus Lipsius ; afterwards translated into French, then into Dutch, and now rendred into English.|
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Miracles of the B. Virgin, or, An historical account of the original, and stupendious performances of the image entituled, Our Blessed Lady of Halle viz. restoring the dead to life, healing the sick, delivering of captives, &c. / written originally in Latin, by Justus Lipsius ; afterwards translated into French, then into Dutch, and now rendred into English.
Lipsius, Justus, 1547-1606.
London: [s.n.], 1688.
|Alternate titles:||Diva virgo Hallensis. English|
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Mary, -- Blessed Virgin, Saint.
To the Reader.
CHAP. I. Of the Original of the Holy Image; a short Description of the noble Descent and Vertue of the Holy Elizabeth.
CHAP. II. The Blessed Virgin defended the City of Halle from the Power of her Enemies.
CHAP. III. The Punishment of two Blaspheemers.
CHAP. IV. A Servant having lost his Masters Falcon, and being up∣on the Ladder to die for it, was delivered from his approaching Death, by the Assistance of the B. Virgin.
CHAP. V. One was delivered from Drowning.
CHAP. VI. A drowned Child restored to Life.
CHAP. VII. A Person possessed by the Devil, was dispossessed.
CHAP. VIII. A Child being Blind and Diseased was cured.
CHAP. IX. Some delivered from Shipwrack.
CHAP. X. A Gentlewoman was delivered from her Distraction.
CHAP. XI. A Boy was delivered from Drowning in the Maze.
CHAP. XII. A Child which was Strangled was restored to Life.
CHAP. XIII. A Girl that was drowned in a Well, was restored to life.
CHAP. XIV. A Child after it had been three days Dead and Buried, was restored to life.
CHAP. XV. Two Dead Children restored to Life.
CHAP. XVI. An innocent Man wonderfully delivered from the Gallows.
CHAP. XVII. A Person delivered from his Imprisonment in France.
CHAP. XVIII. A Woman wonderfully preserved from Death, under a Wheel of a Mill.
CHAP. XIX. A Taylor having swallowed his Needle, was delivered from the danger attending it by the Blessed Virgin.
CHAP. XX. A Nobleman preserved from Death, upon the Sea.
CHAP. XXI. A Carman falling into the Water with his Cart was deli∣vered from Death.
CHAP. XXII. A Person preserved from several dangers, in and after Battel.
CHAP. XXIII. A Gentleman was delivered out of Prison.
CHAP. XXIV. A Servant was delivered from the Gallows.
CHAP. XXV. A Nun cured of a Convulsion of the Sinews.