The spiritual combat. :
To which is added, the peace of the soul, and the happiness of the haert [sic] which dies in itself in order to live to God. Also, twelve advantages arising from the contemplation of death. To this edition is prefixed, meditation and prayers, adapted to the stations of the holy way of the Cross.
|Main Creator:||Scupoli, Lorenzo, 1530-1610.|
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Waterford : printed by T. Lord, 1793.
Anonymous. By Lorenzo Scupoli.
With a list of subscribers.
'Meditation and prayers' ... is not prefixed.
Authorship uncertain. What appears most probable is that "the first sketch of 'The Spiritual Combat' was from the pen of D. John de Castanisa, a Spanish Benedictine; but the finishing hand, with very great additions was put to it by D.L. Scupoli." (see Preface)
Approbations at end, attrib. it to "Laurence Scupilo".
Physical description: ,3-228,p. ; 8⁰.
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|Waterford 1793(1)||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Dix|