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Author: Teresa, of Avila, Saint, 1515-1582.
Title: Iesus Maria Ioseph Teresia. The soul's delight composed by the R. F. Paul of St. Vbald, religious of the Holy Reformed Order, of the most Blessed Virgin. Mary, of the Mount Carmell, for the benefit of all deuout soul's but chiefely, of those that are giuen to mentall prayer, and are desirous of spirituall perfection.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Iesus Maria Ioseph Teresia. The soul's delight composed by the R. F. Paul of St. Vbald, religious of the Holy Reformed Order, of the most Blessed Virgin. Mary, of the Mount Carmell, for the benefit of all deuout soul's but chiefely, of those that are giuen to mentall prayer, and are desirous of spirituall perfection.
Teresa, of Avila, Saint, 1515-1582., Paul,

In Antwarp: by William Lesteems in Hoochstrat at the signe of the Pellican, 1654.
Alternate titles: Jesus Maria Joseph Teresia. The soul's delight. Second part of the soul's delight.
Notes:
Attribution from The third part of the soul's delight.
With an index and two final pages of errata.
Includes "The second part of the soul's delight, ..", which has separate title page, pagination, register, index, and errata.
Bound before Wing (2nd ed.) P876B.
Reproduction of the original at the Trininty College Library, Cambridge.
Subject terms:
Prayer -- Early works to 1800.
Meditations -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A56723.0001.001

Contents
title page
illustration
TO THE MOST HONORABLE AND VERTVOVS LADY, THE LADY FRANCIS BVTLER OF KILKASH, The author wisheth all health and happinesse.
THE PREFACE
TO THE COVRTEOVS READER.
IESVS MARIA.
Fr. Ioannes à Matre Dei Fratrum Car∣melitarum Discalceatorum Pro∣uinciae S. Ioseph per Belgium Prouincialis.
approbation
approbation
approbation
APPROBATIO.
THE FIRST PART What Prayer is, and of the abuse thereof.
treatise 1
THE FIRST CHAPTER.
THE 2. CHAPTER.
THE III. CHAPTER.
THE FOVRTH CHAPTER.
The morning Prayer after you are vpp.
The euening Prayer.
A Prayer, or act of contrition, going to bed.
A profitable aduise, to be obserued.
THE FIFTH CHAPTER.
THE SIXTH CHAPTER.
THE VII. CHAPTER.
THE VIII. CHAPTER.
THE IX. CHAPTER.
THE X. CHAPTER.
The prayer before confession.
How to goe to confession.
A prayer after confession.
THE XI. CHAPTER.
A Prayer before receauing.
THE XII. CHAPTER.
THE XIII. CHAPTER.
THE XIV. CHAPTER.
THE SECOND TREATISE, Contayning seuerall deuout pra∣yers, and meditations.
THE XV. CHAPTER.
A Prayer to God the Father.
A Prayer to God the Sonne.
A Prayer to God the Holy Ghost.
A Prayer to the most Holy Tri∣nity.
A Prayer to the B. V. Mary.
A Prayer, to our good Angell.
A Prayer to all the Saints.
A Prayer to obtaine chastity.
A Prayer to our B. lady, for ob∣tayning any vertue.
A Prayer, in praise of our B. Lady.
A Prayer, to our Sauiour, for ob∣tayning, deuotion, and loue, towards his B. Mother.
A Prayer to any Saint. according to your deuotion.
A Prayer for remission of sinns, through the merits of Christ.
A Deuout Prayer to the holy Ghost.
A Prayer for the soules in Purgatory.
A Prayer to our Sauiour on the Crosse.
THE XVI. CHAPTER.
On Munday, The meditation.
The Prayer.
On Twesday, the Meditation.
The Prayer.
On wensday, the Meditation.
The Prayer.
On Thursday, the Meditation.
The Prayer.
On fryday, The Meditation.
The Prayer.
On Saturday, the Meditation.
The Prayer.
On Sunday, the Meditation.
The Prayer.
THE XVII. CHAPTER.
THE XVIII. CHAPTER.
THE XIX. CHAPTER.
THE TABLE OF THE CHAPTERS, Of the first part, the first figure will shew the Chapter, the next the Page where it begins.
Of the principall things contay∣ned in the first Part. The first figure will shew the page or si∣de of the leafe; the next figure, will shew the Marginall num∣ber, where you may find, what you looke for. and when you find! ibidem! it will designe the precedent citation, or fi∣gure.
THE ERROVRS OF THE FIRST PART. Escaped in the printing.
title page
THE SECOND PART Of the soul's delight, in which, is treated, of mentall Prayer; and of the Purgatiue, illu∣minatiue, and vniti∣ue life.
THE FIRST CHAPTER.
THE II. CHAPTER.
Let vs pray.
Let vs pray.
THE III. CHAPTER.
THE IV. CHAPTER.
THE FIFTH CHAPTER.
THE VI. CHAPTER.
THE VII. CHAPTER.
THE VIII. CHAPTER.
THE IX. CHAPTER.
THE X. CHAPTER.
THE XI. CHAPTER.
THE XII. CHAPTER.
THE XIII. CHAPTER.
THE XIV. CHAPTER.
THE XV. CHAPTER.
THE XVI. CHAPTER.
THE XVII. CHAPTER.
THE XVIII. CHAPTER.
THE TABE Of the Chapters of the second Part of the Soul's Delight.
Of the most marckable things contay∣ned in this second part of the Soul's Delight; the first figure, shewes the page, the second, the Marginall Num∣ber, where that is had, which is sought for. and. ibid. designes the place lastly cited.
THE ERROVRS OF THE SECOND PART. Escaped in the printing.