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The BOOK of
And Administration of the
Rites and Ceremonies
According to the Use of
The Church of England
Together with the
PSALTER or PSAL NI S
Pointed as they are to be sung
Printed by JOSEPH BENTHAM, Printer to tie
THE Order bow the Pfalter is
Tables and Rules for the Feafts and
Fafts through the whole Year.
Prayers and Thanksgivings upon
The Catechifm: with the Order for
Confirmation of Children.
Form of Solemnization of Matrimony. Vifitation and Communion of the Sick. TheOrder for the Burial of the Dead. Thanksgiving for Women after Child bearing..
A Commination or denouncing of God's anger and judgements against Sinners.
Forms of Prayer to be used at Sea. A Form of Prayer for the Fifth Day. of November.
A Form of Prayer for the Thirtieth Day of January.
A Form of Prayer for the Twentyninth Day of May.
A Form of Prayer for the Twentyfifth Day of October. Articles of Religion.
"be Order bow the Pfalter is appointed The Order bow the rest of the Holy
to be read.
He once every Month, as it is there ppointed, both for Morning and Eening Prayer. But in February it all be read only to the Twentyghth, or Twenty-ninth day of the fonth.
And whereas January, March, May, July, August, October, and ecember, have One-and-thirty days piece; it is ordered, that the fame falms fhall be read the last day of the id Months, which were read the ay before: So that the Pfalter may egin again the first day of the next 1onth enfuing.
And whereas the 119 Palm is diided into 22 Portions, and is overing to be read at one time; it is > ordered, that at one time, thail ot be read above four or five of the id Portions.
And at the end of every Pfalm, and f every fuch part of the 119 Palm, all be repeated this Hymn, Glory be to the Father, and to the in: and to the Holy Ghost;
As it was in the beginning, is now, nd ever shall be world without id. Amen.
Kote, that the Pfalter followeth the Vinion of the Hebrews, and the Janflation of the great English Bible, t forth and ufed in the time of King enry VIII, and Edward VI.
Scripture is appointed to be read.
the first Leffons at Morning and Evening Prayer; fo as the most part thereof will be read over every year once, as in the Calendar is appointed.
The New Testament is appointed for the fecond Leffons at Morning and Evening Prayer, and shall be read over orderly every year thrice, befides the Epiftles and Gofpels; except the Apo- .. calyps, out of which there are only certain Proper Leffons appointed upon divers Fearts.
And to know what Leffon's fhall be read every day, look for the day of the month in the Calendar following, and there ye fhall find the Chapters that fhall be read for the Leffons both at Morning and Evening Prayer; except only the Moveable Feafts, which are not in the Calendar, and the Immoveable, where there is a blank left in the Column of Leffons; the Proper Leffons for all which days are to be found in the Table of Proper Leffons.
And note, That whenfoever Proper Pfalms or Leffons are appointed; then the Pfalms and Leffons of ordinary courfe appointed in the Plalter and Calendar (if they be different) fhall be omitted for that time.
Note alfo, That the Collect, Epiftle, and Gofpel appointed for the Sunday, fhall ferve all the Week after, where it is not in this Book otherwife ordered. Proper