Author: Adam Ignaz Naramowski, 1681 - 1736
Title: Sekret Poboznosci Z utajonych Cnot S S. Fundatorow Zakonnych Wyczerpniony a pod Skolligowanym Prześwietnych Domow Splendorem [...] Pana Marcyana, Michała z Kozielska Oginskiego, Kasztelana Witebskiego, [...] y [...] Pani Teressy z Tyzenhauzow Oginskiey Kasztelanowy Witebskiey [...], Na wzor Chrześciańskiemu życiu [...] Kaznodzieyskim Stylem Wydany.
Title in English: The Secret of Piety Obtained from the Secret Virtues of the Holy Founder Monks and the Morality of Related Honourable Houses […] From Pan Marcyana Michała Oginski from Kozelsk, the Castellan of Vitebsk’s, […] and […] Pani Teressy Oginska From Tyzenhaus, the Castellan’s […], Example of a Christian Life […] Published in the Style of Sermons.
Published: Wilno, 1723.
The Secret of Piety by the historian, Jesuit, and Doctor of Philosophy and the Liberal Arts of Vilnius University Adam Ignacij Naramowski (1681–1736) is a collection of sermons dedicated to the Castellan of Vitebsk and the Grand Marshal of the Lithuanian Tribunal Marcjan Michal Oginski (1672–1750) and his wife Theresa Tyzenhaus-Oginski (~1700–1730). The book includes the united coat of arms of the Oginski and Tyzenhaus families. The book is marked with the seal of the Library of the Vilnius Diocese Priest Seminary. The seminary was founded in 1582 by the Bishop of Vilnius Jerzy Radziwill (1556–1600). In 1792, the seminary was given a large part of the Vilnius Cathedral Chapter Library and Bishop Jozef Casimir Kossakowski’s (1738–1794) book collection as well as books from monasteries that had been closed.
Reference: "The Collection of Lawyer Jaunius Gumbis: the Past Preserved in Books". Museum and Collector - 7. Vilnius: National Museum of Lithuania, 2018, p. 140.
Published: "The Collection of Lawyer Jaunius Gumbis: the Past Preserved in Books". Museum and Collector - 7. Vilnius: National Museum of Lithuania, 2018, p. 140-141.