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Six years later, in 1594, Father Tursellinus published his Life of Xavier, and in this appears to have made the first large use of the information collected by the Portuguese viceroy and the more zealous brethren.
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In his edition of 1596, Tursellinus had told how, Xavier one day needing money, and having asked Vellio, one of his friends, to let him have some, Vellio gave him the key of a safe containing thirty thousand gold pieces.
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Miracles few and small in Tursellinus became many and great in Bouhours.
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In Tursellinus, Xavier during his life saves one person from drowning, in Bouhours he saves during his life three; in Tursellinus, Xavier during his life raises four persons from the dead, in Bouhours fourteen; in Tursellinus there is one miraculous supply of water, in Bouhours three; in Tursellinus there is no miraculous draught of fishes, in Bouhours there is one; in Tursellinus, Xavier is transfigured twice, in Bouhours five times: and so through a long series of miracles which, in the earlier lives appearing either not at all or in very moderate form, are greatly increased and enlarged by Tursellinus, and finally enormously amplified and multiplied by Father Bouhours.
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And here it must be borne in mind that Bouhours, writing ninety years after Tursellinus, could not have had access to any new sources.
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At first it was affirmed that some people at Cape Comorin said that he had raised one person; then it was said that there were two persons; then in various authors-Emanuel Acosta, in his commentaries written as an afterthought nearly twenty years after Xavier's death, De Quadros, and others-the story wavers between one and two cases; finally, in the time of Tursellinus, four cases had been developed.
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Tursellinus, writing in 1594, tells us that on the voyage from Goa to Malacca, Xavier having left the ship and gone upon an island, was afterward found by the persons sent in search of him so deeply absorbed in prayer as to be unmindful of all things about him.
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The inevitable evolution of the miraculous goes on; and twenty years later Tursellinus tells us that, at the onslaught of the Badages, "they could not endure the majesty of his countenance and the splendour and rays which issued from his eyes, and out of reverence for him they spared the others.
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In the early biography, Tursellinus writes.
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For the evolution of the miracles of Xavier, see his Letters, with Life, published by Leon Pages, Paris, 1855; also Maffei, Historiarum Indicarum libri xvi, Venice, 1589; also the lives by Tursellinus, various editions, beginning with that of 1594; Vitelleschi, 1622; Bouhours, 1683; Massei, second edition, 1682 (Rome), and others; Bartoli, Baltimore, 1868; Coleridge, 1872.
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For the miracle among the Badages, compare Tursellinus, lib.
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Examples of Tursellinu

Example #1
But the evolution of miraculous legends still went on.
Example #2
The place of Pinel and Tuke in history CHAPTER XVI. FROM DIABOLISM TO HYSTERIA.
Example #3
One example will suffice to show the process.
Example #4
In places of religious excitement The case at Morzine Similar cases among Protestants and in Africa III.
Example #5
BEGINNINGS OF A HEALTHFUL SCEPTICISM.
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In it the old miracles of all kinds were enormously multiplied, and many new ones given.