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Priest. Give peace in our time, ceive our humble prayers, with O Lord;
our hearty thanksgivings for Ans. Because there is none other our Sovereign Lord GEORGE, that fighteth for us, but only thou, as on this day fet over us by thy O God.
grace and providence to be our Priefl. Be unto us, O Lord, King; and fo together with a strong tower;.
him bless our gracious Queen Answ. From the face of our ene. Charlotte, his Royal Highnefs mies.
George Prince of Wales, and all Priet. O Lord, hear our prayer; the Royal Family; that they all
Answ. And let our cry come upo ever truiting in thy goodness, to thee.
protected by thy power, and 1 Instead of the first Collect at crowned with thy gracious and Morning Prayer, Thall be used endless favour, may continue bethis follozving Collect of Thanks: fore thee in health, peace, joy, giving, for his Majesty's Acceso and honour, and inay live long Fon to the Throne.
and happy lives upon earth, and A
LMIGHTY God, who ruleft after death obtain everlafting
over all the kingdoms of life and glory in the kingdom of the world, and disposeft of them heaven, by the merits and me. according to thy good pleasure.; diation of Chrift Jesus our Savi. Wc yield thee unfcigned thanks our, who, with the Father and for that thou waft pleased, as the Holy Spirit, liveth and reign. on this day, to place thy fer. eth ever one God, world withvant our Sovereign Lord' King out end. Amen. GEORGE upon the throne of
Then Mall follow this collea these realms. Let thy wisdom
for God's protection of the King be his guide, and let thine arm Atrengthen him ; let juftice,
again i all his Enemies. tovel, and holinels, let peace and Macleus God, who haft love, and all those virtues that our King upon the throne of his adorn the Christian profession; Anceftors, we moft humbly be. flourish in his days ; direct all feech thee to proteát him on the his counsels and endeavours to fame from all the dangers to thy glory, and the welfare of which he may be exposed. Hide his people, and give us grace to him from the gathering, toge. obey liim cheerfully and wil. ther of the froward, and from lingly for conscience' sake; that the insurrection of wickeď doers; neither our fintul paflions, nor Do thou weaken the hands, our private interests may dif- blaft the defigns, and defeat the appoint his cares for the publick enterprizes of all his enemies, 200d; let him always postess that no secret conspiracies, not the hearts of his people, that open violences, may disquiet his they may never be wanting in reign; but that being safely kept honour to his person, and dutiful under the shadow of thy 'wing, submission to his authority; let and supported by thy power, he his reign be long and prosperous, may triumph over all oppofition, and crown him with iinmortality that so the world may acknow. in ihe life to come, through Jefus ledge thee to be his defender and Christ our Lord. Amen. I In the end of the Litany (which ties and adversities, through je
mighly deliverer in all ditficul. shall always be used upon this sus Chrif our Lord. Amen. day,) after the Colleci [We humbly befeech thee, oʻFae Then the Prayer for the Figh ther, &c.] Mall the following,
Court of Parliament, if fitting. Prayer for the king and Royal | In the Communion Service, im. Family, be ujed.
mediately before the reading of O
LORD our God, who up- the Epifile, instead of the Col. holdest and governt it all
lect for the king, and that of things in heaven and earth, re. the Day, Mall be used thu
Prayer for the King, as supreme fake, whether it be to the King,
LESSED Lord, who haft called as unto them that are sent by
follow the Sermon.
tence be read:
Let your light so thine before generation. Amen.
men, that they may see your The Epiftle. I S. Pet. 2. 11. good works, and glorify your
EARLY beloved, I beseech Father which is in heaven.
you, a: frangers and pil. Matth. 5: 16. grims, abhain from fethly lufts, 1 After the Prayer (For the whole which war against the soul;
state of Chrik's Church, c.] having your conversation honest
these Colleas following shall be among the Gentiles: that where- used. as they speak againft you as evil 1 A Prayer for Unity. works, which they shall behold, Jcfus Chrift, our only. Saglorify God in the day of vifitas viour, the Prince of Peace; Give tion. Submit yourselves to every us grace seriously to lay to heart ordinance of man for the Lord's the great dangere we are in by
A Form of Prayer, &c. for the Twenty-fifth Day of October, our unhappy divisions. Take inwardly in our hearts, that a way all hatred and prejudice, they may bring forih in us and whatfoever else may hinder the fruit of good living, to the us from godly Union and Con• honour and praise of thy Name, cord: That as there is but one through Jesus Chrift our Lord. Body, and one Spirit, and one Amen. on Faith, one Baptifin, one
God Altain of all I wild om, who
God, the and Father of us all ; so we may knoweit our necefities before henceforth be all of one heart, we ask, and our ignorance in and of one foul, united in one asking; we befeech thee to holy bond of 'Truth and Peace, of have compassion upon our infirFaith and Chariiy, and may with mities; and those things which one mind and one mouth glorify for our unworthiness we dare thee, through Jesus Christ our not, and for our blindness we Lord. Amen.
cannot ask, vouchsafe to give
son thee, that the course of this Jesus Chrift our Lord. Amen. e hy my governance, that thy T cena celt undertanding, Church may joyfully serve thee keep your hearts and minds in in all godly quietness, through the knowledge and love of God, Jesus Chrif our Lord. Amen. and of his son Jerus Chrift our
Almighty Gud, that the Alinighty, the Father, the Son, words which we have heard this and the Holy Ghost, be amongft day with our outward ears, may you, and remain with you al. through thy grace be so grafted ways. Amen.
and Service, made for the Fifth of November, the Thirtieth of Fanuary, the Twenty-ninth of May, and the Twenty fifth of odober, be forth with printed and published, and annexed to the Book of Common Prayer and Liturgy of the Church of England, to be used yearly, on the said days, in ali Cathedral and Collegiate Churches and 'Chapels, in all Chapels of colleges and Halls within both our Univer. fities, and of our Colleges of Eaton and winchester, and in all Parish Churches and Chapels within that part of our Kingdom of Great Britain called England, the Dominion of Wales, and Town of Berwick upon Tweed.
Given at our Court at St. James's, the Seventh Day of