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Common Prayer,

And Administration of the



Rites and Ceremonies



According to the Use of
The Church of England;

Together with the


Pointed as they are to be sung or said in


Printed by JOSEPH BENTHAM, Printer to the University,

by whom they are sold in Cambridge, and by B. DOD
in Ave-Mary Lane, London. 1765.



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"be Order bow the Pfalter is appointed The Order bow the rest of the Holy

to be read.

Scripture is appointed to be read.

Old Testament

, it is there
ppointed, both for Morning and E. Evening Prayer; so as the most part
ening Prayer. But in February it thereof will be read over every year
all be read only to the Twenty, once, as in the Calendar is appointed.
ghth, or Twenty-ninth day of the The New Testament is appointed

for the second Leffons at Morning and
And whereas January, March, Evening Prayer, and shall be read over
day, July, August, October, and orderly

every year thrice, besides the
lecember, have one and thirty days Epifles and Gospels; except the Apo- :

it is ordered, that the same calyps, out of which there are only
falms shall be read the last day of the certain Proper Leffons appointed upon
id Months, which were read the divers Fealts.
ay before: So that the Psalter may And to know what Lesson's fall be
egin again the first day of the next read every day, look for the day of
sonth ensuing.

the month in the Calendar following,
And whereas the 119 Pfalm is di. and there ye shall find the Chapters
ided into 22 Portions, and is over that shall be read for the Lessons both
ing to be read at one time; it is at Morning and Evening Prayer ; ex.

ordered, that at one tinie, hall cept only the Moveable Feafts, which

ot be read above four or five of the are not in the Calendar, and the lin-

id Portions.

moveable, where there is a blank left

And at the end of every Pfalm, and in the Column of Lessons; the Proper
f every such part of the 119 Plalm, Lelons for all which days are to be
all be repeated this Hymn, found in the Table of Proper Leffons.
Glory be to the Fatber, and to the And note, That whenfoever Proper
in: and to tbe Holy Glost;

Praims or Leffons are appointed; then
As it was in tbe beginning, is now,

the Pfalms and Leftons of ordinary
d ever sball be : world witbout course appointed in the Plalter and
id. Amen.

Calendar (if they be different) shall be

Omitted for that time.
Kote, that the Psalter followeth the Note also, That the Collect, Epistle,
fision of the Hebrews, and the and Gospel appointed for the Sunday,

an Nation of the great English Bible, fhall serve all the Week after, where
t forth and used In the time of King it is not in this Book otherwise or-
enry VIII, and Edward VI.


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