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322

The

LIFE

of

the

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s.

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paper

after

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tfjuO,

Deliver

us

from

Evil.

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enti at

the

EMI

of

ebeep

Jfatm

tfjiougbaut

t!e

pear,

anti

itthetroife

Intbe

enti

of

Benedietus, Benedicite,

Magnificat,

&

None Dimitis,

tall

be

repeateti,

Glory to the Father,

evc.

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fttcb

piaceli

nett

ti)ep

DO

Gng,tbere

fball

tbe

tLetfonfi

be

fung,

In

a plain

tune

anti

ffhemife,

tije

ttpfifle

anti

ottpel.

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tbtO

Canticle

,

Benedicite om-

nia opera.

Exception:

We

delire

that

thefe words

,

For

thine

is

the

Kingdom

,

the power

and

the

glory

f,,

ever

and

ever,

Amen.

May be

always ad-

ded unto the Lord's

Prayer;

and that

this

Prayer may not

be

enjoyned to

be

often

ufed

in

Morning and

Evening

Service.

Exception.

By

this Rubrick, and other

places in

the Common Prayer

Books,

the

Gloria

Patri,

is

appointed to be

laid fix

rimer

or

dinarily

in every

Morning and

Evening

Service, frequently

eight times

in

a Morn-

ing

;

fometimes

ten,

which we think

car-

ries

with it

at leali an appearance of

that

vain

repetition which

Chrift

forbids;

for the avoiding of which

appearance

of

etil,we

defire

it may

be

ufed

but

once in

the Morning, and

once

in

the Evening.

Exception.

The

Leffons

,

and the Epillles,

and

Gofpels

being for the molt part

neither

Pfalms

nor

Hymns, we know

no

war-

rant why

they

lhould

be

fang

in

any

place, and conceive that

the diftinâ

Reading

of

them with an

audible

voice,

tends more to the Edification

of

the

Church.

Exception.

We

defrre

that

tome Pfalm or Scripture

Hymn

may

be

appointed

inftead of' that

Apocryphal.

In the

Letany.

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F3aom

all

irainttatian,anti

all

o-

tber

tieabip fin.

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Sum

113attef,

anti a9urtbee,anD

fuDtien

Deatb

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lJr

bat

it

map

pleate tbee

tope=

ferbe all

tijat

tube!

bp

fanti of

bp

matey, all women

labouring

Unti)

eyílti, all tick

perfona,

anti

poung

cbtltlen,

anti

to

them

Op

pitp upon

ali

pFifonet* anti

captibeO.

The

Cole6# on

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A

3lmfgbtp

obD,mbtcbbaitgibers

.L7

ftO

typ

amp

begotten

eon,

to

take eutfilatute

upon

btm,anti

tijtO

pap

tobe

born

of a

pure

â'itegin,tte.

Exception.

IN

regard that the

wages

of

fin

is

1

death;

we delire

that

this Claufe

may

bethusaltered,

From Fornication,and

all

other heinous, or

grievous

ftm.

Exception.

Becaufe this

Expreflìon

of

fudden

death

bath

been

fo

often excepted

againit,

we

delire,

if

it be

thought

fit,

it

may

be thus

read,

From batted

and

murtber,`and

Pram

dying

fsddenly,

and

unprepared.

Exception.

We

defire

the term

(AR) may be

ad-

vifed

upon,

as

teeming liable to jolt

Ex-

ceptions, and that

it

may be

confidered,

whether it

may

not better

be

put

indefi-

nitely,

thefe

that travel

,

&c. rather

than

univerfally.

Chrilmas Day.

exception.

WE

delire that in both Colinas

the

word

(This day)

may

be left our,

it

being according to vulgar acceptation

a

Contradiction.

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