|Author:||Teresa, of Avila, Saint, 1515-1582.|
|Title:||The third part of the soul's delight collected and composed out of the works of the glorious virgin, St. Teresa of Iesus (author of the reformation of the Holy Order of the B.V. Mary of the Mount Carmell,) by the R.F. Paul of St. Vbald, religious of the same order, for the comfort of those that are more spirituall, and haue supernaurall prayer.|
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The third part of the soul's delight collected and composed out of the works of the glorious virgin, St. Teresa of Iesus (author of the reformation of the Holy Order of the B.V. Mary of the Mount Carmell,) by the R.F. Paul of St. Vbald, religious of the same order, for the comfort of those that are more spirituall, and haue supernaurall prayer.
Teresa, of Avila, Saint, 1515-1582., Paul,
In Antwarp: by William Lesteens in Hoochstrat at the signe of the Pellican, 1654.
|Alternate titles:||Jesus Maria Joseph Teresia. The soul's delight.|
With an index.
Bound after Wing (2nd ed.) P876A.
Reproduction of the original at the Trininty College Library, Cambridge.
Prayer -- Early works to 1800.
Meditations -- Early works to 1800.
THE THIRD PART Of the soul's delight, wherein is treated of supernaturall prayer, and seuerall degrees thereof.
THE FIRST CHAPTER. A briefe relation of supernaturall Prayer.
THE II. CHAPTER. Of Recollection, and quiet Pra∣yer, more in particular.
THE III. CHAPTER. Of the sleepe of the Powers.
THE IV. CHAPTER. Of the Prayer of vnion.
THE V. CHAPTER. Of seuerall other eleuations of the spirit, and how they differ from vnion.
THE VI. CHAPTER. Of the manner of inward spea∣ches, visions, and reuelations, and how to discerne the true from the false.
THE VII. CHAPTER. Of some obseruations for the bet∣ter vnderstanding of what is said concerning Prayer.
THE TABLE OF THE CHAPTERS, Of this Third Part of the Soul's Delight.
Of the most marcable things contayned in this third Part. The first figure, will shew you the page, or syde of the lea∣fe. The second, when it is. will desig∣ne the marginall Number, where that is to be had which is sought for. and. this word ibid. Shewes that it is in the place lastly cited.