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No: Miracle:
1 Columns Raised by Three Schoolboys
2.1 Toledo
2.2 Jew Lends to Christian
2.3 Arrow Intercepted [Orléans]
3.1 Responsorium 'Gaude Maria': canit mutus
3.2 Milk: Tongue and Lips Restored
3.3 Thread Glued to Lip
4.1 Child Saved From Drowning [says Ave Maria]
4.2 Childbirth in the Sea
4.3 Light on the Masthead
5.1 Abbess Delivered [Pregnant Abbess]
5.2 Wife and Mistress
6.1 Ring on the Finger of the Mary-Image
6.2 Girl Named Mary
7.1 Deaths of the Rich Man and the Poor Widow
7.2 Delivered from a Persecutor [a Cistercian monk delivered...]
8.1 Saved by Learning Two Words, Ave Maria [knight turned monk; lily grows from mouth]
8.2 O intemerata: Buried Outside the Church Yard
8.3 St. Bon and his Vestment/ Robe Given to St. Bon
8.4 Monks at their Field-Work
8.5 Five Psalms with the Initials MARIA
8.6 Vision of Deacon
8.7 Old Monk Restored to Youth
8.8 Bridegroom: Son of the King of Hungary
8.9 Hildefonsus
8.10 Five Gaudes
9.1 Jewess Helped in Childbirth
9.2 Christ Denied, but not the Virgin
9.3
10.1 Devil in Service
10.2 Christ Denied, but not the Virgin
10.3 Demon-Swine
11 The Painter and the Devil
12.1 Blasphemer of Lausanne
12.2 The Bleeding Child-Christ [Déols; Brabantine blasphemer]
12.3 The Virgin's Image Insulted [latrine]
12.4 Christ Image Wounded by a Jew at Constantinople
13.1 John of Damascus
13.2 Hand Restored to Priest
13.3 Tongue Restored [torn out by heretics]
13.4
14 The Prior of St Saviour's, Pavia
15.1
15.2 Hours Sung Daily
15.3 The Drowned Sacristan
15.4 Boy Devoted to the Devil
15.5 The Drowned Sacristan
15.6
15.7 Vision Seen by a Jew in England
15.8
15.9
16.1 Priest Doubts of real Presence
16.2
17.1 Ebbo the Thief
17.2 Confitetur praedo (al. miles) letaliter saucius (al. capite iam amputato)