Suscipe D[omi]ne universam meam voluntatem, accpie memoriam, intellectum, et voluntatatem : manuscript
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Bound manuscript of 120 pages (last 5 pages blank), consisting of a devotional text written in the first person. Text begins on page 3 "Firma Animi decreta. Quemadmodum testudines et cochleae suas domunculas..." and concludes on page 113 "In itineribus memor sis frugalitatis, et modestiae ac pietatis."
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Open for research.
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1 Volumes (120 pages) : paper ; 12 x 7 cm
Purchase from HS Rare Books, 2020.
Materials Specific Details
Title from title page, with hand-drawn Jesuit device. Bound in 18th-century decorated paper wrappers. In Latin, cursive script.
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- Noah Sheola
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