The Constitutions of the Monastery of Port
Royal of S. Damn. Mons, Gaspard Migeot, 1665. Pet. in-12, (8) ff, 528 pp., (1) ff, title in red and black, long-grained green marble, spine with ornamented ribs, gold thread on plates, gold edges, lace inside.
(rel. de Simier).
BARBER I, 735. The body of these Constitutions is by Mother
Agnès Arnauld; the regulations for children, which is an excellent treatise on Christian education, is by Mother Euphémie Pascal, sister of the famous Blaise Pascal; the institution of novices is by Sister
Gertrude. Du Cambout de Coislin de Pontchâteau had these
Constitutions printed in Flanders.
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