# 46. The Judaic and Christian Sabbath.
47. The blind cured by the word of our Saviour CR.
# 48. My burden is light
49. On the miracle of loaves
CR., R. Wi. 67
I 50. Now we know Thee to have a devil
51. On the blessed Virgin's bashfulness
I 52. On the wounds of our crucified Lord
R. W.. 69
I 53. Wherefore eateth your Master with Publicans? G.
Vpon the sepulchre of our Lord
$ 55. The unthankful lepers. (Where are the nine?) G.
56. On the still-surviving markes of our Saviour's
57. The sick implore St. Peter's shadow
# 58. Why are ye troubled ? Behold My hands, &c. G.
# 59. The chains spontaneously fell from Peter, &c. G.
# 60. From his body there were brought hand-
kerchiefs, &c. .
I 61. Christ the Vine to the Vinedresser-Father . G.
# 62. Almost thou persuadest me to be a Christian . Cl. 77
63. But men loved darkness rather than light CR., B., G. 77
64. Dives asking a drop
I 65. How can a man be born when he is old?
. R. WI.
# 66. The tree dried up by the word of Christ G.
67. Zacharias incredulous
68. On the water of our Lord's baptisme
I 69. The bowed-down woman healed by the Lord, &c. G.
# 70. Neither durst any man ...
ask Him any
71. St. John and his mother
72. If Thou be the Son of God, cast Thyself down B.
73. The Lord weeping over the Jews
# 74. Nor even as this publican
# 75. On Saul blinded with too much light
76. Blessed are the eyes which see
# 77. Her son is delivered to his mother from the
R. Wi. 85
# 78. On the wise of this world
R. Wi. 86
# 79. The Jews seeking to cast Christ headlong from
I 80. The casting down of the dragon