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Note Bibliografiche

Manuscript on paper, contemporary stiff vellum binding, with red color sprinkled edges; 61 leaves (192x150 mm), including some leaves left blank, a printed leaf, and four smaller leaves (168x104 mm). A MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION OF SPIRITUAL WORKS, INCLUDING A BILINGUAL VERSION (LATIN AND DUTCH) OF THE PASSION OF JESUS CHRIST, BY THE BELGIAN APOSTOLIC VICAR THEODORO DE COCK. The book includes an introduction in Latin, then some texts in Dutch language, Oeffeninge … (Spiritual exercises) and Maniere van meditatie (Ways of meditation), followed by the “Passio Domini nostri Jesu Christi contexta ex quatuor S. Evangeliis secundum ordinem rei gestae: opera T.D. K.” [The Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ composed from the four Gospels, according to the order of what took place, by T.D.K.= Theodore de Cock]. This last work, the longest of those included in the book, is hand-written in Latin, with the translation at front in Dutch; there is also an index at the end of the text. This book should have been written by the Author, Theodore de Cock, at the end of the seventeenth century, when he was Pastor of Leyden, before his appointment as Pro-Apostolic-Vicar. Theodoro de Cock was a Belgian priest, “friend of the Jesuits”, pupil of the Congregation of the Propaganda Fide, then Pastor of Leyden; he was appointed by Pope Clement XI as Pro-Apostolic-Vicar of the Church of Utrecht, substituting Peter Codde (no more liked by the Roman Church), “for the spiritual good of the faithful of that part of Holland”, according to a “brief” [“breve”] addressed by the Pope to Johann Wilhelm II, Elector Palatine, written in Rome on 13 October 1703. But later, the dioceses of Utrecht and Haarlem refuse to recognize the Pope’s appointment of Thodore de Cock and the Dutch government banished de Cock from Holland. In 1704 Theodore de Cock wrote also a book, “Collyrium”, which later on was included in the forbidden Books (“Index librorum prohibitorum”) by Pope Benedict XIV. Pope Clement XI (Latin: Clemens XI; 23 July 1649 – 19 March 1721), born Giovanni Francesco Albani, was Pope from 23 November 1700 to his death in 1721. Johann Wilhelm II, Elector Palatine (19 April 1658 – 8 June 1716). He succeeded his father (Philip William) as Elector Palatine in 1690. In the Peace of Rijswijk (1697), he was restored to many of the possessions, which had been taken by the French, with the provision that the Electorate of the Palatinate not revert to Protestantism. This provision did not make him popular in the Palatinate and with Protestants. Johann Wilhelm proclaimed religious toleration in 1705. Cond.: A good copy, although with some browning and traces of use.

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