A selection from the spiritual letters of s. Francis de Sales, tr. by the author of 'Life of s. Francis de Sales'.

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To the Same On Meditation and Prayer
49
To Mme Brulart On True Devotion
50
To Mme de Chantal On Intellectual Temptation and Liberty of Spirit
57
To the Same On Temptations of the Will
65
To the Same On Patience under Temptation XIV To a Lady On Conformity to Gods Will XV To Mme Brulart On Submission to her Husband
78
To the Same On the Sanctification of Married Life
80
To the Abbesse du Puits dOrbe On Little Troubles
83
To a Young Lady Concerning her Vocation
91
To Mme Brulart
92
To One of the Bishops Married Sisters
96
To a Curé On abiding in his Work
97
To a Lady at Court
99
To Mme de Chantal On the Death of Jeanne de Sales
101
To the Same On Spiritual Hunger
105
To a Lady On Interior Peace
109
To Mme Brulart
110
To a Lady in Sickness
112
To Mme de Chantal
113
To Mme de Miendry Against a troubled Mind
114
To a Married Lady On Quietness of Mind
116
To a Lady in Sickness
118
To his Sister Mme de Cornillon On the Death of their youngest Sister Jeanne de Sales
119
To a Lady On the Distractions of a busy Life
120
To Mme de Chantal On the Presence of God
123
To Mme de Chantal On his Mothers Death
125
To a Lady involved in Legal Affairs
128
To a Gentleman going to the Court
130
To a Married Lady
136
To Mme de Chantal when absent on family Business
138
To a Lady On Withheld Communion
139
To Mme de Chantal On Spiritual Dryness
140
To a Young Lady who wished to join the Order of the Visitation
142
To a Lady under Trial
144
To a Lady living in the World
145
To a Lady On the Death of her Child
147
To a Lady
149
On the Death of his Son
150
To Mme de Chantal On Simplicity
152
To the Same
153
To the Same
155
To a Religiousthe Bishops Niece
159
To the Mère de Chastel
160
To a Religious of the Visitation
162
To One of the Bishops Spiritual Children
163
To a Married Niece
164
To a Religious of the Visitation
167
To the Mère Favre Superior of the Visita tion at Lyons
169
To a Lady who feared Death
170
To a Lady
173
de Sainte Catherine
176
To a Superior of the Visitation On Spi ritual Dryness
177
LXVIII To a Superior
180
To a Lady who had praised the Bishop extravagantly
182
To a Lady On Prayer
183
To a Lady
184
To a Gentleman On the Right Use of Holy Scripture
186
To Mme de Chantal On Selfrenunciation
188
To a Lady who had lost her only Son
190
To a Young Lady
191
To a Religious
192
To the Abbesse Angélique Arnaud of Port Royal
194
To a Superior of the Visitation On her Duties
196
To a Lady expecting her Confinement
212
To a Young Lady in Illness
214
To a Superior of the Visitation
215
To the Portress of a Convent of the Visitation
217
To a Lady On Confession
218
To a Lady
220
To a Novice On her Profession
221
To a Lady
223
To the Abbé On Friendship With his own Portrait
225
To a Superior of the Visitation On sup posed Visions and Revelations
229
To a newly appointed Superior
237
To a Superior of the Visitation
241
To the Same
242
To a Religious of the Visitation On Earthly and Spiritual Mind
245
To a Religious of the Visitation
248
To a Religious
251
Tɔ a Religious
253
To Religious
255
To a Religious
256
To a Religious
257
Royal
260
To the Superior of a Carmelite Convent
263
To a Religious
265
To a Religious
267
To a Young Lady
268
To a Young Lady childs Edu CXXI To a Widow Concerning her Childs Edu cation
273
To One of the Bishops Married Sisters
274
To the Same
276
To a Cousin
278
To a Lady
280
To a Lady On the Death of her Sister
282
To a Widowed Lady
283
To a Friend
284
To a Married Lady
285
To a Lady under Depression
288
To a Lady On Spiritual Coldness
289
To a Lady On the Restraint of natural Quickness
291
To a Lady Concerning her childs fre quent Communion
293
To a Lady
297
To a Young Nobleman
300
To a Lady recently come under his Direction
302
To a Lady expecting her Confinement
307
To a Lady
309
To a Young Lady
312
To a Lady of high rank who was
315
tering upon Legal Proceedings
316
To a Young Lady On Meekness
322
To a Lady
323
To the Same
325
To a Young Lady On the Right Use of High Aspirations
329
To a Lady
334
To a Young Lady On her Entrance into the Fashionable World
335
To a Young Lady living in the World
337
To a Married Lady
339
To a Lady
340
To a Gentleman On Depression of Spirits
342
To a Lady who was calumniated and concerning an Annual Review of Cole science
345
To a Widow On her Husbands Death 349
349
To a Lady On the Death of her Sister 351
351
To a Friend who had lost his Brother 353
353
To Mme de Chantal 354
354
To a Friend On the New Year Probably President Favre
360

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