St. Ambrose of Milan, Letters (1881) Title page, introduction, contents
LIBRARY OF FATHERS
HOLY CATHOLIC CHURCH,
ANTERIOR TO THE DIVISION OF THE EAST AND WEST
TRANSLATED BY MEMBERS OF THE ENGLISH CHURCH.
YET SHALL NOT THY TEACHERS BE REMOVED INTO A CORNER ANY MORE, BUT THINE EYES SHALL SEE THY TEACHERS. Isaiah XXX. 20.
JAMES PARKER & CO., AND RIVINGTONS,
LONDON, OXFORD, AND CAMBRIDGE.
TO THE MEMORY
MOST REVEREND FATHER IN GOD
LORD ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY,
PRIMATE OF ALL ENGLAND,
FORMERLY REGIUS PROFESSOR OF DIVINITY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD,
ANCIENT BISHOPS, FATHERS, DOCTORS, MARTYRS, CONFESSORS,
OF CHRIST'S HOLY CATHOLIC CHURCH,
UNDERTAKEN AMID HIS ENCOURAGEMENT,
CARRIED ON FOR TWELVE YEARS UNDER HIS SANCTION,
UNTIL HIS DEPARTURE HENCE IN PEACE,
GRATEFULLY AND REVERENTLY
BISHOP OF MILAN,
WITH NOTES AND INDICES.
JAMES PARKER AND CO.,
LONDON, OXFORD, AND CAMBRIDGE.
PRINTED BY THE DEVONPORT SOCIETY OF THE HOLY TRINITY, HOLY ROOD, OXFORD. 1881 .
THE Translation of S. Ambrose's Epistles was made in the early days of the Library of the Fathers by a friend, now with God, before the check which the Series received through various sorrowful losses. It has now been revised by an accomplished scholar, the Rev. H. Walford, M.A., one of the Masters at Hayleybury.
Over-work has prevented the writing of some introductory remarks.
E. B. P.
[Letter of Gratian to AMBROSE.] p. 1
LETTER I. AMBROSE Bishop to the Blessed Emperor and most Christian Prince Gratian.p. 2
LETTER II. AMBROSE to Constantius. p. 5
LETTER III. AMBROSE to Felix. p. 16
LETTER IV. AMBROSE to Felix, health. p. 17
[LETTERS V. and VI. These Letters to Syagrius appear in the original Latin at the end of the Book. pp. 478, 486.]
LETTER VII. AMBROSE to Justus, health. p. 20
LETTER VIII. AMBROSE to Justus. p. 27
[The proceedings of the Council of Aquileia against the heretics Palladius and Secundianus.] p. 31
LETTER IX. The Council which is assembled at Aquileia to our most beloved brethren, the Bishops of the Viennese and the first and second Marbonese Provinces in Gaul. p. 61
LETTER X. The holy Council which is assembled at Aquileia to the most gracious Christian Emperors, and most blessed Princes, Gratian, Valentinian, and Theodosius. p. 62
LETTER XI. To the most gracious Emperors and Christian Princes, the most glorious and most blessed Gratian, Valentinian, and Theodosius, the Council which is assembled at Aquileia. p. 67
LETTER XII. To the most gracious and Christian Emperors, the glorious and most blessed Princes, Gratian, Valentinian, and Theodosius, the holy Council which is assembled at Aquileia. p. 70
LETTER XIII. To the most blessed Emperor and most gracious Prince Theodosius, AMBROSE and the other Bishops of Italy. p. 74
LETTER XIV. To the most blessed Emperor and most gracious Prince Theodosius, AMBROSE and the other Bishops of Italy. p. 77
LETTER XV. AMBROSE to Anatolius, Numesius, Severus, Philip, Macedonius, Ammianus, Theodosius, Eutropius, Clarus, Eusebius, and Timotheus, Priests of the Lord, and to all the beloved Clergy and people of Thessalonica, health. p. 80
LETTER XVI. Bishop AMBROSE to his brother Anysius. p. 85
LETTER XVII. Bishop AMBROSE to the most blessed Prince and Christian Emperor Valen-tinian. p. 87
[The Memorial of Symmachus, prefect of the city.] p. 94
LETTER XVIII. Bishop AMBROSE to the most blessed Prince and gracious Emperor, his Majesty Valentinian. p. 100
LETTER XIX. AMBROSE to Vigilius. p. 114
LETTER XX. To Marcellina. p. 127
LETTER XXI. To the most clement Emperor, his blessed Majesty Valentinian, AMBROSE, Bishop, sends greeting. p. 137
SERMON. Against Auxentius on the giving up the Basilicas. p. 142
LETTER XXII. To the lady his Sister whom he loves more than his life and eyes AMBROSE her brother sends greeting. p. 157
LETTER XXIII. To the lords, his brethren most beloved, the Bishops throughout the Province of Aemilia, AMBROSE, Bishop. p.165
LETTER XXIV. AMBROSE to the Emperor Valentinian. p. 176
LETTER XXV. AMBROSE to Studius. p. 182
LETTER XXVI. AMBROSE to Irenaeus. [Studius?] p. 181
LETTER XXVII. AMBROSE to Irenaeus, greeting. p. 190
LETTER XXVIII. AMBROSE to Irenaeus, greeting, p. 196
LETTER XXIX. AMBROSE to Irenaeus, greeting. p. 199
LETTER XXX. AMBROSE to Irenaeus, greeting. p. 207
LETTER XXXI. AMBROSE to Irenaeus, greeting. p. 213
LETTER XXXII. AMBROSE to Irenaeus, greeting. p. 217
LETTER XXXIII. AMBROSE to Irenaeus, greeting. p. 220
LETTER XXXIV. AMBROSE to Horontianus, greeting. p. 225
LETTER XXXV. AMBROSE to Horontianus. p. 227
LETTER XXXVI. AMBROSE to Horontianus. p. 233
LETTER XXXVII. AMBROSE to Simplician, greeting. p. 235
[Calanus to Alexander.] p. 246
LETTER XXXVIII. AMBROSE to Simplician, greeting. p. 250
LETTER XXXIX. AMBROSE to Faustinus, greeting. p. 254
LETTER XL. To the most gracious Prince and blessed Emperor his Majesty Theodosius, Bishop AMBROSE sends greeting. p. 257
LETTER XLI. The Brother to his Sister. p. 269
[The Letter of Pope Siricius to the Church of Milan.] p. 280
LETTER XLII. To their lord, their dearly beloved brother, Pope Syricius, AMBROSE, Sabinus, Bassianus, and the rest send greeting. p. 282
LETTER XLIII. AMBROSE to Horontianus. p. 287
LETTER XLIV. AMBROSE to Horontianus. p. 295
LETTER XLV. AMBROSE to Sabinus. p. 302
LETTER XLVI. AMBROSE to Sabinus. p. 306
LETTER XLVII. AMBROSE to Sabinus. p. 312
LETTER XLVIII. AMBROSE to Sabinus. p. 314
LETTER XLIX. AMBROSE to Sabinus. p. 317
LETTER L. AMBROSE to Chromatius. p. 319
LETTER LI. AMBROSE, Bishop, to his Majesty the Emperor Theodosius. p. 324
LETTER LII. AMBROSE to Titianus. p. 330
LETTER LIII. AMBROSE to the Emperor Theodosius. p. 331
LETTER LIV. AMBROSE to Eusebius. p. 333
LETTER LV. AMBROSE to Eusebius. p. 334
LETTER LVI. AMBROSE to Theophilus. p. 336
[Letter on the case of Bonosus.] p. 339
LETTER LVII. To the most gracious Emperor Eugenius, AMBROSE, Bishop, sends greeting. p. 341
LETTER LVIII. AMBROSE to Sabinus, Bishop. p. 345
LETTER LIX. AMBROSE to Severus, Bishop. p. 350
LETTER LX. AMBROSE to Paternus. p. 351
LETTER LXI. AMBROSE to the Emperor Theodosius. p. 354
LETTER LXII. AMBROSE to the Emperor Theodosius. p. 356
LETTER LXIII. AMBROSE, servant of Christ, called to be Bishop, to the Church of Vercellae, and to them who called on the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ, grace unto you from God the Father and His Only-begotten Son he fulfilled in the Holy Spirit. p. 357
LETTER LXIV. AMBROSE to Irenaeus, greeting, p. 395
LETTER LXV. AMBROSE to Simplicianus, greeting. p. 398
LETTER LXVI. AMBROSE to Romulus. p. 401
LETTER LXVII. AMBROSE to Simplicianus, greeting. p. 404
LETTER LXVIII. AMBROSE to Romulus. p. 409
LETTER LXIX. AMBROSE to Irenaeus, greeting, p. 410
LETTER LXX. AMBROSE to Horontianus. p. 412
LETTER LXXI. AMBROSE to Horontianus. p. 420
LETTER LXXII. AMBROSE to Constantius. p. 423
LETTER LXXIII. AMBROSE to Irenaeus. p. 433
LETTER LXXIV. AMBROSE to Irenaeus. p. 437
LETTER LXXV. AMBROSE to Clementianus. p. 441
LETTER LXXVI. AMBROSE to Irenaeus, greeting. p. 444
LETTER LXXVII. AMBROSE to Horontianus. p. 449
LETTER LXXVIII. AMBROSE to Horontianus. p. 455
LETTER LXXIX. AMBROSE to Bellicius, greeting. p. 458
LETTER LXXX. AMBROSE to Bellicius, greeting. p. 459
LETTER LXXXI. AMBROSE to certain of the Clergy. p. 462
LETTER LXXXII. AMBROSE to Marcellus. p. 465
LETTER LXXXIII. AMBROSE to Sisinnius. p. 470
LETTER LXXXIV. AMBROSE to Cynegius. p. 473
LETTER LXXXV. AMBROSE to Siricius. ib.
LETTER LXXXVI. AMBROSE to Siricius. p. 474
LETTER LXXXVII. AMBROSE to Bishops Sigatinus and Dolphin us. p. 475
LETTER LXXXVIII. AMBROSE to Allicas. p. 476
LETTER LXXXIX. AMBROSE to Alypius. ib.
LETTER XC. AMBROSE to Antonius. p. 477
LETTER XCI. AMBROSE to his brother Candidianus. ib.
p. 20. heading for 'skekel' read 'shekel.' 152. 1. 15. for 'Arianism' read Ariminum.'
183. l. 8. for ' unrestored' read ' unstained.'
217. At the end of § 12 add the following' sentence. 'A good mother of souls in that Jerusalem which is in heaven.'
ib. l. 18. for ' life' read 'wife.'
219. note, for ' a' read 'f' and for ' cic.' read 'Cic.'
258. marg. for 'distonxisti' read 'distinxisti.'
285. last ref. for ' 1 Col.' read 'Col.'
298. l. 29 after ' partly full' add 'fulness in the Gospel, half-fulness in the Law,' and for 'thus' read 'as.'
368. l. 10. for 'sinless' read 'senseless.'
ib. marg. for 'Ezra viii,' read ' Ezra viii. 2.'
pp. 370, 374 are printed 270, 274.
429. mag., for ' S. John i. 86,' read 'S. John i. 29.'
This text was transcribed by Roger Pearse, Ipswich, UK, 2003. All material on this page is in the public domain - copy freely.
Greek text is rendered using the Scholars Press SPIonic font, free from here.
|Early Church Fathers - Additional Texts|