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Author: Benoît, de Canfield, 1562-1610.
Title: The rule of perfection contayning a breif and perspicuous abridgement of all the wholle spirituall life, reduced to this only point of the (vvill of God.) Diuided into three partes. The first treating of the exteriour will of God, contayning the actiue life. The second of the interiour vvill contayning the contemplatiue life. The third of the essentiall vvill concerning the life supereminent. Composed by the R.F. Benet Capucin, preacher, of the holie order of Saint Francis, novv of the prouince of France, heertofore called VV. Fitch, of Canfeld in Essex.
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Print source: The rule of perfection contayning a breif and perspicuous abridgement of all the wholle spirituall life, reduced to this only point of the (vvill of God.) Diuided into three partes. The first treating of the exteriour will of God, contayning the actiue life. The second of the interiour vvill contayning the contemplatiue life. The third of the essentiall vvill concerning the life supereminent. Composed by the R.F. Benet Capucin, preacher, of the holie order of Saint Francis, novv of the prouince of France, heertofore called VV. Fitch, of Canfeld in Essex.
Benoît, de Canfield, 1562-1610.

Printed at Roan: By Cardin Hamillion, An. 1609.
Alternate titles: Règle de perfection. Part 1-2. English.
Subject terms:
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
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Contents
THE RVLE OF PERFECTION CONTAYNING A BREIFE AND PERSPICVOVS ABRIDGEMENT OF ALL THE whole spirituall life, reduced to this only point of the (vvill of God.) Diuided into three partes.
THE FIRST PARTE OF THE EXTERIOR VVILL OF GOD COMPREHENDING THE ACTIVE LIFE.