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To the Reader


Letter I. To the Canons Regular of Horricourt.

Letter II. To the Monk Adam.

Letter III. To Bruno, Archbishop Elect of Cologne.

Letter IV. To the Prior and Monks of the Grand Chartreuse.

Letter V. To Peter, Cardinal Deacon.

Letter VI. To the Same.

Letter VII. To Matthew, the Legate.

Letter VIII. To Gilbert, Bishop of London, Universal Doctor.

Letter IX. To Ardutio (or Ardutius, Bishop Elect of Geneva.

Letter X. The Same, When Bishop

Letter XI. The Abbot of Saint Nicasius at Rheims.

Letter XII. To Louis, King of France.

Letter XIII. To the Same Pope, in the Name of Geoffrey, Bishop of Chartres.

Letter XIV. To Alexander, Bishop of Lincoln

Letter XV. To Alvisus, Abbot of Anchin.

Letter XVI. To Rainald, Abbot of Foigny

Letter XVII. To the Same.

Letter XVIII. To the Same.

Letter XIX. To Suger, Abbot of S. Denis

Letter XX. To Guy, Abbot of Molêsmes.

Letter XXI. To the Abbot of S. John at Chartres.

Letter XXII. To Simon, Abbot of S. Nicholas

Letter XXIII. To the Same.

Letter XXIV. To Oger, Regular Canon.

Letter XXV. To the Same.

Letter XXVI. To the Same.

Letter XXVII. To the Same.

Letter XXVIII. To the Abbots Assembled at Soissons.

Letter XXIX. To Henry, King of England.

Letter XXX. To Henry, Bishop of Winchester.

Letter XXXI. To the Abbot of a Certain Monastery at York, from Which the Prior Had Departed, Taking Several Religious with Him.

Letter XXXII. To Thurstan, Archbishop of York.

Letter XXXIII. To Richard, Abbot of Fountains, and His Companions, Who Had Passed, Over to the Cistercian Order from Another.

Letter XXXIV. Hildebert, Archbishop of Tours, to the Abbot Bernard.

Letter XXXV. Reply of the Abbot Bernard to Hildebert, Archbishop of Tours.

Letter XXXVI. To the Same Hildebert, Who Had Not Yet Acknowledged the Lord Innocent as Pope.

Letter XXXVII. To Magister Geoffrey, of Loretto.

Letter XXXVIII. To His Monks of Clairvaux.

Letter XXXIX. To the Same.

Letter XL. To Thomas, Prior of Beverley.

Letter XLI. To Thomas of St. Omer, After He Had Broken His Promise of Adopting a Change of Life.

Letter XLII. To the Illustrious Youth, Geoffrey de Perrone, and His Comrades.

Letter XLIII. A Consolatory Letter to the Parents of Geoffrey.

Letter XLIV. Concerning the Maccabees But to Whom Written is Unknown.

Letter XLV. To a Youth Named Fulk, Who Afterwards Was Archdeacon of Langres.

Letter XLVI. To Guigues, the Prior, And to the Other Monks of the Grand Chartreuse.

Letter XLVII. To the Brother of William, a Monk of Clairvaux.

Letter XLVIII. To Magister Walter de Chaumont.

Letter XLIX. To Romanus, Sub-Deacon of the Roman Curia.

Letter L

Letter LI. To the Virgin Sophia.

Letter LII. To Another Holy Virgin.

Letter LIII. To Another Holy Virgin of the Convent of S. Mary of Troyes.

Letter LIV. To Ermengarde, Formerly Countess of Brittany.

Letter LV. To the Same.

Letter LVI. To Beatrice, a Noble and Religious Lady.

Letter LVII. To the Duke and Duchess of Lorraine.

Letter LVIII. To the Duchess of Lorraine.

Letter LIX. To the Duchess of Burgundy.

Letter LX

Letter LXI. To Louis the Younger, King of the French.

Letter LXII. To Pope Innocent.

Letter LXIII. To the Same, in the Name of Godfrey, Bishop of Langres.

Letter LXIV. To the Above-Named Falco.

Letter LXV. To the Canons of Lyons, on the Conception of S. Mary.

Letter LXVI. To the Patriarch of Jerusalem.


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