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GENERAL RUBRICK S.
THE proper persons to administer in all the solemn
parts of publick worship, are the Bishops; and in their absence and by their permission the Presbyters or Priests, and both as ministred to by the
Deacons. If there be no Deacon belonging to any particular
church, what is in this book ordered to be performed
by him, must be done by the Priest. Note, that where-ever in this book the People are
appointed to do any thing, the Deacon and all the Clergy present (except the Oficiating Pries) are supposed to be included in the rule, unless it be
otherwise particularly ordered. It is to be noted, that such ornaments of the Church
and of the Clergy at all times of their miniftration, Mall be retained and be in use, ás were in the Church of England in the second year of the reign of King
Edward the Sixth. The posture for the Faithful in prayer, and at the
reception of the Eucharift, is Kneeling, on all days but the Lord's days and all the days between Easter and Pentecost, on which it is Standing, in refpečt to and remembrance of our Saviour's resurrection: and therefore where-ever in this book the Faithful are ordered to kneel, those times are supposed to be ex
cepted. The People during the time of Divine Service are
always to have their faces turned towards the Al
tar; the same is supposed of the Priest and Deacon whenever they kneel, and likewise when they stand,
except where it is otherwise ordered. The men and women are to fit separate in the publick
assemblies. Publick prayers are to be used Morning and Evening
every day. The time for the Holy Liturgy or folemn Communion service is between nine in the morning and noon, except those days on which the Penitential office is appointed, ' which is to be used about that time, and the Communion Service (if the Eucharist be celebrated) about two of
the clock. On Mondays, the Bishop, with as many of the Clergy
as conveniently can, are to meet together for the exercise of discipline according to the laws of the gospel and the eccleßaftical canons. Any of the Faithful may also be present, if they please
. And forasmuch as nothing can be fo plainly set forth,
but doubts may arise in the use and practice of the fame ; to appease all such diversity (if any arise) and for the resolution of all doubts concerning the manner how to understand, do, and execute the things contained in this book, the parties that fo doubt or diversly take any thing Mall alway resort to the Bishop of the Diocese, who by his discretion shall take order for the quieting and appeasing of the fame. And
And if the Bishop of the Diocese be in doubt, be must apply for the resolution thereof to the Metropolitan and College of Bishops in Provincial Synod assembled.
The Order how the Pfalter is appointed to be read.
of England, and is to be read once every month according to the following
A TABLE of the Psalms for every day of the Month. In
every Month. Morning Prayer. Evening Prayer. for the first Sunday 2. 16. 20. 21. 45. 46. 47. 48. second 24. 26. 27. 72.
81. 84. 96. 98. third fourth 116. 117. 118. 113. 122. 132. 133.
-34. 150. first Monday 1. 3. 5. 7.
4. 9. 10. second 49. 52. 53
58. 59. 62. third 83. 85. 87.
| 91. 940 fourth
119. part i, ii, iii, iv, 119. part vii, viii, ix,
70. 79. 86.
128. 129. 135. 136. 137. 138. 140. 144. first Friday 22.
25. 39. second
35. 44.. third
69. fourth LOI. 102.
123. 130. 131. 142. first Saturday
19. 23. 29: second 3 3. 65.
66. 67. 92. third 93. 95. 97. 100.
107: fourth 103. 111. 145.
146. 147. 149. Note, that the Psalms appointed for the third Sunday, Monday, soc. of every
month, are also to be read upon the fifth Sunday, Monday, cc. of any month.
Between Easter and Pentecost the Psalms every week are to
be read according to the following Table.
A TABLE of the Psalms for every day of the
Week between Easter and Pentecost.
Morning Prayer. | Evening Prayer. Sunday 2. 16. 118.
24. 46. 47Monday
20. 45. Tuesday
26. 48. 96. Wednesday
98. 99. 110. Thursday 68.
117. 122. 132. Friday
133. 134. 138. 150. Saturday according to the first Table.
34. 81. 72. 84.
Proper Psalms on certain Days.
Morning Prayer. Evening Prayer. Christmas-day 45. 72.
110. 132. 15o. Ash-wednesday 6. 32. 38.
102. 130. 143. Monday before Easter 6. 32. 38.
25• 54. 55. Tuesday before Easter 160. 70. 74
80. 102. Wednesday beforeEaster 109.
50. 79. Thursday before Easter 40. 42. 43.
44. 86. 131. Good-Friday 35. 142.
13. 39. 88. 130. 90. 123. 143. Easter-day 2. 16. 118.
24. 46. 47. Ascension-day 68.
24. 47. 48. Whit-sunday 89.
97. 133. 145.
At the end of every Psalm, and of every part of the
119th Psalm, shall be repeated in the Morning service this Hymn,
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son: and to the Holy Ghost;
As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be: world without end. Amen.
But in the Evening Service this Hymn, Glory be to the Father, through the Son: in the Holy Ghost;
As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be: world without end. Amen. And Note, that in whatever part of Divine Service
either of these Doxologies is ordered to be used, on all Sundays and upon every day between Easter and Pentecost, the word Hallelujah shall be added in
the Holy Ghoft;
Glory be to the Father, Hallelujah:
As it was in the beginning, end. Amen. Hallelujah.
The ORDER how the rest of Holy
Scripture is appointed to be read. TO,
know what Lessons shall be read every day, look for the day of the month in the Kalendar following, and you shall find there the chapters that Thall be read for the Lessons both at Morning and Evening Prayer; except only the Moveable Feafts, which are not in the Kalendar, and the Immoveable, where there is a blank left in the column of Leffons;
proper Lessons for all which days are to be found in the Table of proper
Lessons. And note, that whenfoever proper Lessons are appointed, then the Lessons of ordinary course ap
pointed in the Kalendar (if they be different) Mall be omitted for that time. When any Lessons or Portions of the four Gospels are
read, it is to be done by a Prieft or Deacon, and the Congregation is to fand up.