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Author: Quarré, Jean-Hugues, 1580-1656.
Title: Devout entertainments of a Christian soule. Composed in French by the R.F. I.H. Quarre, P. of the Oratory of Jesus, and D.D. Translated in English by J.M. of W. Prisoner in the Tower of London.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Devout entertainments of a Christian soule. Composed in French by the R.F. I.H. Quarre, P. of the Oratory of Jesus, and D.D. Translated in English by J.M. of W. Prisoner in the Tower of London.
Quarré, Jean-Hugues, 1580-1656. , Winchester, John Paulet, Earl of, 1598-1675.

Printed at Paris: , Anno Domini MDC XLVII. [1648]
Subject terms:
God -- Love -- Early works to 1800.
God -- Worship and love -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B04963.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Translators Ad∣dresse to the pious and Christian Reader.
The Introduction.
Errata.
DEVOUT ENTERTAINMENTS OF A CHRISTIAN SOULE.
Of the love of GOD, The first Entertainment.
§. 1. Of the Excellency and Necessity of Love.
§. II. Of the meanes to attaine unto the love of God.
OF PRAYER, AND Of the Presence of God. The second Entertainment.
§. I. Concerning the Excellency of Prayer.
§. II. Of the Presence of God in Prayer.
§. III. A manner how to recollect ones selfe for mentall Prayer.
OF CONFESSION, AND COMMUNION. The third Entertainment.
§. I.
MEDITATIONS Upon the Principall Mysteries of the Passion of JESUS CHRIST.
PREFACE.
The Prayer of IESUS in the Garden.
Point I.
A Prayer to the eternall Father.
Point II.
PRAYER.
Point III.
PRAYER.
The taking of IESUS in the Garden.
Point I.
PRAYER.
Point II.
PRAYER.
Point III
PRAYER.
IESUS is fastned, and scourged at the Pillar.
Point I.
PRAYER.
Point II.
PRAYER.
Point III.
PRAYER.
IESUS is crowned with Thornes.
Point I.
PRAYER.
Point II.
PRAYER.
Point III.
PRAYER.
Ecce Homo.
Point I.
PRAYER.
Point II.
PRAYER.
Point III.
PRAYER.
IESUS carrieth his Crosse.
Point I.
PRAYER.
Point II.
PRAYER.
Point III.
PRAYER.
IESUS is nailed unto the Crosse
Point I.
PRAYER.
Point II.
PRAYER.
Point III.
PRAYER.
Iesus upon the Crosse.
Point I.
PRAYER.
Point II.
PRAYER.
Point III.
PRAYER.
IESUS lying dead betweene the armes of his holy Mother.
Point I.
PRAYER.
Point II.
PRAYER.
Point III.
PRAYER.
Our LADIE of Compassion.
Point I.
PRAYER.
Point II.
PRAYER.
Point III.
PRAYER.
ASPIRATIONS OF The Soule unto God, in forme of PRAYER.
The oblation of ones selfe unto God.
Another Oblation.
A Resignation to the will of God.
To put ones self into the protection of Almighty God.
To ask the love of God.
A protestation of Love.
An Act of Love.
Aspirations of Love.
Sighes of Love.
To sue for the contempt of all things.
Another.
To demand light and di∣rection for your soul.
To invoke Grace.
To call for Contrition.
Affection to accomplish our good purposes.
A PRAYER, which the Church useth to in∣voke the love of God.