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332

The

L

IFE

of

the

Of

the Order

for

the

Burial

of

the

Dead,

WE

delire

it may

be

expreffed

in

a

Rubrick,

that the Prayers

and Exhortad.

ons here ufed are

not forthe

benefit

of

the Dead, but only for the

Inftru-

tlion

and Comfort

of

the

Living.

Firft

Rubrick.

2+Cbe

iuteft

meeting the Co)p5

at

the

QLhurcij-itttie,ti)all

Cap,

o)

etCe

the

lawn

anti

Clerk

shalt Ong,

eft.

We delire

that

Minifters may

be

left

to

ere

their Difcretion in theft

Circum-

ftances, and

to perform the

whole

Ser-

vice

in the Church, if

they think

fit, for

the preventing

of

thefe Inconveniences

which many

times both Minifiers

and

People are

expofed

unto by

ftanding

in

theopen

Air.

The

fecond Rubrick.

aalhen thep

cone to

the')abe

the

lOgief tljati

lap,

g.

joaflnucb

all

It bath

pieafeD ál=

mightp

ODD,

of ijil great

metep

to

take

unto

Ijimfeif the

eoul

of our

Dear

'.h)other

here

beparteb

:

$í1îe

therefo)e

commit

bill

'1

otip

to the

O)ount

in

Nee anti

certain

hope

of

l&efurreaion

to

(Eternal

Life.

The tuft Prayer.

ale

gibe thee

hearty thanüo

foi

that it

bath

Wain

thee

to

Delmer

two

our 'aìiotijer

out of

the

ma,

two

of

tljMD

and

tnollb,

ec,

ghat

tue With

thil

our 13iother,

anti all

other

DeparteD

in the

true

faith

of

the

h

olp

aflame,

map

babe

our

perfect

Confirmation

anti

'Blifb.

The tail

Prayer,

Chat

iahen

the

Depart thiti Life,

tue

map

tell

in him, alt

our

hope

10

Vito

our

'13)other

both.

There

words

cannot in

Truth

be

laid

of

Perlons living and dying in open

and

notorious

fins.

There

words may

harden the

wicked,

and are inconfiftent with the

largeft

ra.

tional

Charity.

There

words cannot be

tired

with

re.

fpeflt

to thofe Perfons

who

have not

by

their

adtual

Repentance

given

any

ground

for

the hope of their

Bleffed

E-

flair.

Of

the Thanksgiving

of

Women

after

Child

birth

com-

monly

called

Churching

of

Women.

'T90De

aaioman

Mail

come

unto

4

the Church

,

anti

there

%ail

knee(

ulna

in fame conbentent

place nigh

unto

taje

place where the

gable

iiantti,

ano the u))teït

OanO-

tito

bp

her,

Chan Cap,

rrtt.

Rubrick.

(Then

the

lap OW

}Maim zar.

In

regard

that

the

Womens

kneeling

near the Table

is

in many

Churches

in-

convenient, we delire that

thefe

words

may be

left

out

,

and

that the

Minifter

may perform

that

lerd

ee

either

in

the

Desk or Pulpit.

Exception.

This

Plaint

feems

not to

be

fo

petti

neat

as

fome

other

,

viz.

as Pfalm

::3.

and PM,

128.