Folio 56r

Miscellaneous prayers, mainly to Jesus Christ, continued.

Prayer, Domine Ihesu Christe per qui, continued.



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rem sanctissimi nominis tui quod est benedictum in se\cula. Amen.

Introduction to the prayer, Ihesus Nazarenus rex.



Whoever says this prayer once a day will never die a sudden death.


Qui istam oracionem sequentem in\ honore domini nostri Ihesu Christi semel in die dixerit numquam\ morte subita morietur.


Prayer, Ihesus Nazarenus rex.



A prayer to Jesus Christ, asking for his help.


Ihesus Nazarenus rex\ Iudeorum et omnium populorum semper amabilis et venerabilis\ et honorabilis et favorabilis et desiderabilis\ atque laudabilis sit benedictus virginis fructus\ Marie filius homo verissimus et noster dominus et deus\ omnipotens sempiternus et clemens sit nobis assi\duus auxilia [auxiliator] pius in omni tempore Christus mundi\ salvator beatissimus. Qui cum deo patre et spiritu.\

Introduction to the prayer, Aspice ad me.



This prayer is to be said, kneeling before the cross.


Hec oracio dicetur flexis genibus ante crucem.\

Prayer, Aspice ad me.



A prayer to God (see folio 37r). The author, cruel and desperate, asks God, who for so long has withheld the sword of revenge, in spite of the author's many sins, that in the multitude of his mercies he may show lenience.


Aspice ad me infelicem pietas immensa\ respice in me crudelissimum misericordia publi\ca desperatur [desperatus] ad omnipotentem venio vul\neratus ad medicum curro serva pietatem mansue\tudinis qui tam diu suspendisti gladium ulcionis\ numerositatem criminum multitudine misericordiarum tuarum.\

Introduction to the prayer, Clementissime domine Ihesu.



A prayer of St Augustine against licentiousness.


Oracio sancti Augustini contra luxuriam.\

Prayer, Clementissime domine Ihesu.



A prayer of St Augustine to Jesus Christ, foremost among virgins, lover of chastity and innocence.


Clementissime domine Ihesu Christe fili dei vi\vi rex virginum amator castitatis et\



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