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1 0, 13 | Gracián's hand, to the sixth chapter of the fourth book of Ribera' 2 0, 14 | general plan into every chapter. Such a procedure, however, 3 0, 19 | FIRST MANSIONS. This chapter begins with a meditation 4 0, 26 | especially in the title of each chapter, is noteworthy) may contain 5 0, 27 | enunciated in the nineteenth chapter of the Way of perfection 6 0, 37 | we learn from the fourth chapter of the Fifth Mansions, " 7 0, 37 | before she reached that chapter. As a Toledo nun copied 8 0, 37 | and had reached the second chapter of the Fifth Mansions before 9 0, 40 | went as far as the second chapter of the Fifth Mansions, the 10 0, 40 | at the end of the fourth chapter and the copy ends with the 11 0, 40 | of the contents of each chapter of which the original is 12 1 | CHAPTER I ~Treats of the beauty 13 2 | CHAPTER II ~Describe the hideousness 14 2 | of self-knowledge. This chapter is profitable, since it 15 2, 17(38) | See Life, Chapter XIII and Method for the 16 1 | CHAPTER I~In which there is One 17 1 | I~In which there is One Chapter only.39 ~Treats of the great 18 1, 0(39) | this line St. Teresa wrote "Chapter," to which Luis de León 19 1, 2 | This chapter has to do with those who 20 1, 12(52) | Both are said by St. John, Chapter xiv." [Actually the words 21 1 | CHAPTER I ~Treats of the insecurity 22 1 | us to walk in fear. This chapter contains several good points.~ 23 2 | CHAPTER II ~Continues the same subject 24 1 | CHAPTER I ~Treats of the difference 25 1 | from understanding. This chapter is very profitable for those 26 1, 4(79) | in the title of this very chapter we have an identical play 27 2 | CHAPTER II ~Continues the same subject 28 3 | CHAPTER III ~Describes what is meant 29 1 | CHAPTER I ~Begins to explain how 30 1, 5(117) | allusion is to the first chapter of the Fourth Mansions or 31 2 | CHAPTER II ~Continues the same subject. 32 3 | CHAPTER III ~Continues the same 33 3 | love of our neighbour. This chapter is of great profit.~ 34 4 | CHAPTER IV ~Continues the same subject 35 1 | CHAPTER I ~Shows how, when the Lord 36 1 | themselves. This is a good chapter for any who suffer interior 37 1, 14(156)| Teresa wrote the word "Chapter", evidently intending to 38 1, 14(156)| intending to end the first chapter of the Sixth Mansions here, 39 1, 14(156)| valid and began the new chapter with the following paragraph: 40 2 | CHAPTER II ~Treats of several ways 41 3 | CHAPTER III ~Treats of the same 42 3 | is not, a deception. This chapter is very profitable.~ 43 4 | CHAPTER IV ~Treats of occasions 44 5 | CHAPTER V ~Continues the same subject 45 5 | way so delectable. This chapter is highly profitable.~ 46 5, 3(176) | IV, chapter ii. ~ 47 6 | CHAPTER VI ~Describes one effect 48 6 | referred to in the last chapter, by which it will be known 49 7 | CHAPTER VII ~Treats of the kind 50 7 | Mother and the Saints. This chapter is of great profit. ~ 51 7, 10(195)| passage alluded to comes from Chapter XXXI of the Soliloquies, 52 8 | CHAPTER VIII ~Treats of the way 53 9 | CHAPTER IX ~Treats of the way in 54 9 | reasons for the warning. This chapter is of great profit. ~ 55 9, 2 | imagine, as I said in the last chapter, that this Lord is here. 56 10 | CHAPTER X ~Speaks of other favours 57 11 | CHAPTER XI ~Treats of the desires 58 1 | CHAPTER I ~Treats of great favours 59 1 | are notable things in this chapter. ~ 60 2 | CHAPTER II ~Continues the same subject. 61 3 | CHAPTER III ~Treats of the striking 62 4 | CHAPTER IV ~Concludes by describing 63 4 | each other's company. This chapter is very profitable.~


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