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Author: Bernard, of Clairvaux, Saint, 1090 or 91-1153.
Title: Saint Bernard his Meditations: or Sighes, sobbes, and teares, vpon our sauiours passion in memoriall of his death. Also his Motiues to mortification, with other meditations.
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)

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Print source: Saint Bernard his Meditations: or Sighes, sobbes, and teares, vpon our sauiours passion in memoriall of his death. Also his Motiues to mortification, with other meditations.
Bernard, of Clairvaux, Saint, 1090 or 91-1153., W. P.,

London: Printed by T[homas] C[reede] for Francis Burton, dwelling in Paules Church-yard at the signe of the greene Dragon, 1614.
Alternate titles: Tractatus de interiori domo. English Tractatus de interiori domo. Motiues to mortification. Motives to mortificaiton. Most devout and diuine meditation of Saint Bernard. Most devout and divine meditation of Saint Bernard. Sighes, sobbes, and teares, vpon our sauiours passion. Sighes, sobbes, and teares, upon our saviours passion. Saint Bernard his meditiations: or Sighes, sobbes, and teares, upon our saviours passion.
An English translation of: Bernard of Clairvaux. Tractatus de interiori domo.
Printer's name from STC.
"Most devout and diuine meditations of Saint Bernard: concerning the knowledge of humane condition: seruing as so many mortiues to mortification." has separate dated title page.
Imperfect: title page lacking (supplied in photostat from another copy).
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Subject terms:
Meditations -- Early works to 1800.

title page
TO THE Right Worshipfull, Mr. IOHN BVLLOCKE, of the Inner Temple, ESQVIRE.
A Table of the Me∣ditations vpon the Lords PASSION.
MOST DEVOVT MEDITATIONS, vpon the most holy and bitter Passion of our Lord Iesus Christ.
MED. I. A Meditation of the comming of the Lord Iesus into Hierusalem, ri∣ding vpon an Asse, and the bringing in of him into the Citie, with Songs and Praises, and of his returne into Be∣thany the same day.
Of the Preparation of Christs last Supper by the Disciples on Thursday: of the washing of the Disciples feete, performed by Iesus himselfe: and of many exemplary actions of Iesus at the Supper. MED. III.
A Meditation how the Lord Iesus fore-told his Disciples that hee should be betrayed by one of them that same night. MED. V.
A Meditation concerning Iesus his going vp into Mount-Oliuet, and of his praying thrice in the Garden. MED. VI.
A Meditation how IESVS ari∣sing from Prayer, went to meete Iudas, and of the multitude which came to ap∣prehend him, and how Peter cut off one of their eares. MED. VII.
A Meditation how the Lord Iesus taken and bound, was led to Annas his house, where he was buffeted, and how all his Disciples fied from him. Iohn 18.13. MED. VIII.
A Meditation how the Lord Ie∣sus was led from the house of Annas to the house of Caiaphas, and also of the derisions, rayling speeches, and cruell scourging done vnto him there by the Iewes. MED. IX.
A Meditation how Peter denied his Maister three times in the house of Cayphas, and of his weeping for the same. MED. X.
A Meditation, how Iesus was sent vnto Pilate. MED. XI.
A Meditation how Pilate caused Iesus to be scourged, and hovv after∣vvard he pronounced sentence of death against him. MED. XII.
A Meditation how the Lord Ie∣sus carrying his Crosse on his shoul∣ders, is led to Mount Caluarie to be crucified, and of those things vvhich happened by the vvay. MED. XIII.
A Meditation, declaring the bitter and cruell crucifying of our Lord Iesus Christ, performed on Mount Caluarie. MED. XIIII.
A Meditation concerning the de∣risions and scornefull speeches, vttered to the Lord IESVS, (when hee was nayled on the Crosse) by the Iewes, and one of the Theeues which were crucified with him; and of the second words he spake on the crosse. MED. XV.
A Meditation, concerning the la∣mentation of the Virgine MARY, be∣holding her Sonne, lifted vp vpon the Crosse, standing by it, accompanied with Iohn the Euangelist, and Mary Magdalene. MED. XVI.
A Meditation concerning the ob∣scuration and Eclipse of the Sunne a∣bout the ninth houre, and of the fourth speech which the Lord spake on the Crosse. MED. XVII.
A Meditation, concerning the fift and sixt words, which the Lord Iesus spake on the Crosse; to wit, I thirst, and It is finished. MED. XVIII.
A Meditation how CHRIST gaue vp the Ghost, and of the won∣ders which were seene at his death. MED. XIX.
A Meditation, how the Lord Ie∣sus was buried, and of the lamentation of his Mother, and other women, for his death. MED. XX.
title page
A Table of the Motiues to MORTIFICATION.
Other Additions.
Of the similitude of Man to GOD.
Of the miserie of Man, and the examination of the last Iudge∣ment. MOTIVE. II.
Of the dignitie of the Soule. MOTIVE. III.
Of the reward of the heauenly Coun∣trey, the which all Christians ought to endeauour to obtaine. MOTIVE. IIII.
How a man ought to examine himselfe. MOTIVE. V.
That a man ought to be diligent and deuout in singing of Psalmes, and in performing other Diuine exer∣cises in the Church, or else-where. MOTIVE. VI.
A Consideration of Death. MOTIVE. VII.
In what manner a man ought to pray deuoutly. MOTIVE. VIII.
Of the instabilitie and wande∣ring of the heart. MOTIVE. IX.
That Sinne is not to be ex∣cused. MOTIVE. X.
What a great euill it is, not to correct or reprehend others. MOTIVE. XI.
How euery man ought to consi∣der himselfe. MOTIVE. XII.
Of the presence of the Conscience euery where. MOTIVE. XIII.
Of the three Enemies of Man. MOTIVE. XIIII.
From whence the flesh of Man pro∣ceedeth, and what it bring∣eth forth. MOTIVE. XV.
Of the short life of man. MOTIVE. XVI.
A most zealous and de∣uout Lamentation of blessed Anselmus, sometime Arch-bishop of Canterbury, for the losse of his Soules virginitie, appliable vnto the soule of euery mor∣tified Christian.
A Meditation of S. Ber∣nard, concerning the Passion of Iesus Christ. Diuided into twentie and one Sections.
The Authors deprecati∣on, or Petition, for himselfe.