Gesta Romanorum, Bind 1

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Weidmann, 1824
 

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Of following Reason
21
Of the Envy of bad Men towards the good
25
Of false Allegations
28
Of Depravity conquered by Mildness
34
Of the management of the Soul
41
Of the poison of Sin
44
Of bad Example
46
Of inordinate Love
54
Of honouring Parents
60
Of the Life of Alexius son of the Senator Eufemian
65
Of an exemplary Life
80
XVII Of a perfect Life
83
mises
90
TALE PAGE XVIII Of venial Sin
92
Of the avaricious Pursuit of Riches which leads to Hell
95
Of the Sin of Pride
97
Of the miraculous Recall of Sinners and of the Consolations which Piety offers to the distressed
99
Of Tribulation and Anguish
100
Of Overreaching and Conspiracy and of Caution opposed to them
105
Of worldly Fear
108
Of spiritual Medicine
109
Of the Suggestions of the Devil
111
Of Ingratitude
113
Of Humility
115
Of just Recompence
117
Of the execrable Devices of old Women
120
Or Spiritual Contests
123
Of corrupt Judgment
125
Of Offence and Judgment
127
Of Reconciliation through Christ
128
Of the Rigor of Death
129
Of the Love of God
130
Of good Inspiration
131
Or Hanging
132
XXXIV Of Consideration of Life
133
Of Peace Reformation c
136
Of the Course of Human Life
137
Of Ingratitude
141
Of lifting up the Mind to Heaven
143
Of the Precaution necessary to pre vent Error
145
Of Reconciliation between God and Man
146
Of the Measure of Temptation and of Skill
148
TALE PAGE XLI Of the Conquests and Charity of our Lord
150
Of want of Charity
152
Of Christ who by His Passion deli vered us from Hell
154
Of Envy
155
Of worldly Glory and Luxury
156
Of the Good who alone will enter the Kingdom of Heaven
157
Of ecclesiastical Blindness
160
Of mortal Sins
161
XLVII Of Three Kings
162
Of Confidence in Women
164
Of the end of Sinners
165
Of the Illusions of the Devil
167
Of Women who not only betray Se crets but lie fearfully
168
Of Praise due to a Just Judge
169
Of Extortion
171
Of Fidelity
173
Of good Rulers who are not to be changed
174
Of a Celestial Kingdom
175
Of Injustice
176
Of the Revocation of a banished Sinner
177
XLIX Of real Friendship
181
Of too much Pride and how the Proud are frequently compelled to endure some notable Humiliation
196
Of Vigilance in our Calling
198
Of Christs Clemency
201
Of Severity which avails less than Kindness
203
Of the Souls wounds
205
Of Equity
206
Of good Advice
208
Of Avarice and its Subtlety
209
Of the Snares of the Devil
211
LXI Of Reflection
213
TALE PAGE LXII Of the beauty of a faithful Mind
217
Of Salvation
219
Of the pleasures of this World
220
Of Rebukes to Princes
221
Of the poisonous nature of Sin
222
Of the punishment of Sin
223
Of vain Glory
224
Of the Incarnation of our Lord
225
Of a Sinful and Leprous Soul
226
Of the cure of the Soul
227
Of Constancy
229
Of excuses which are not to be ad mitted in extreme cases
232
Of maintaining Truth to the last
238
Of Chastity
240
Of the Compunctions of a faithful Mind
244
Of an eternal Recompence
248
Of eternal Destruction 231
250
Of the destruction of ungrateful Men
251
Of Avarice which makes many blind
254
Of Foresight and Care
257
Of Worldly Anxiety
261
Of Concord
264
Of Riches wbich are not to be co veted
268
Of the constancy of Love
271
Of Presumption
272
Of the Cunning of the Devil and of the secret Judgments of God
274
NOTES
281
Of a celestial Country
303
Of the discomfiture of the Devil
304
Of the subversion of Troy
308
Of the punishment of Offenders
310
Of the Souls Immortality
313
Of the Invention of Vineyards
314
Of the Seductions of the Devil
316
Of Gratitude to God
317
Of avoiding Imprecations
320
Of extreme Fear
325
Of the Perversity of the World
331
Of the same Subject
332
Of the Game of Schaci
334
Of hearing good Counsel
339
Of eternal Condemnation
341
Of manner of Life
343
Of Repentance
346
Truth
347
Of mental Constancy
354
APPENDIX 541
360
Of the Burdens of this Life
371
Of Nature and the Returns of In gratitude
376
Of the Worlds Wonders
379
Of spiritual Medicine
382
Of Persecution
384

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