The holy life of Philip Nerius founder of the Congregation of the Oratory. To which is annexed a relation written by S. Augustine of the miracles in his dayes, wrought many of them in or near the city wherein he resided and well-known to him. And a relation of sundry miracles wrought at the monastery of Port-Royall in Paris, A.D. 1656. publikcly [sic] attested by many witnesses. Translated out of a French copie published at Paris. 1656.

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Other Authors: Augustine, of Hippo, Saint, 354-430. De civitate Dei. English., Bacci, Pietro Giacomo., Gallonio, Antonio, -1605.
Format: Book
Published: At Paris [i.e. England] : [s.n.], 1659.
Physical Description:[16], 240, 237-357, [4], 361-427 p. ; 18 cm (8vo)
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General note:"The holy life of Philip Nerius" attributed to Antonio Gallonio by Wing and Clancy (English Catholic books, 414). Page [3] names translator: Jacobus Baccius.
"The holy life of Philip Nerius", "Certain pieces of S. Austin" (a translation of excerpts from "De civitate Dei"), and "A relation of sundry miracles wrought at the monastery of Port-Royall, in Paris. Ann. Dom. 1656" each have divisional title; pagination and register are continuous. The originals of the first and third pieces, if any, have not been identified.
Errata: p. [16]
From the typography, probably an English publication. (RLG union catalogue)
Citation / References note:ESTC, R202153
Thomason, E.1727[1]
Wing (2nd ed.), G181
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