Also known as The Foure-Fould Meditation. The title page has crosses in gold ink surrounding the name of Mary Yeate. Pasted in before the title page is a slip which reads, "The Rev. Charles Churchill, Halifax, Nova Scotia, requests your acceptance of this manuscript found on board a vessel wrecked off the coast of Bermuda." Binding: nineteenth-century paper boards. Bequest of James M. Osborn, 1976.
Manuscript, on paper, in italic script, produced in England around 1600. The text is a devotional poem, also known as The Fourfold Meditation. After the introduction of 216 lines, the poem begins "O wretched man which louest earthlie thinges..." Manuscript, on paper, in italic script, produced in England around 1600. For more information on the text, see notes to Osborn a6.
The pathe to paradise, [circa 1600]. The fourfold meditation.
English poetry--16th century Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in Beinecke Library
Archives or Manuscripts
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The Osborn Collection
James Marshall and Marie-Louise Osborn Collection
Arundel, Philip Howard, The Pathe to Paradise. James Marshall and Marie-Louise Osborn Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
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Complete work digitized.
Number of Pages: 70
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