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PA

RT

II.

Reverend

Mr.

Richard

Baxter.

371

14. By

prohibiting the Minifters to expound the

Catechifm

at large to their

Pa..

tilhioners.

r5.

Byfuppret&ngofLe&ures, partly

on Sundays in

the Afternóon, partly

on

Week-days, performed

as

well by

Combination,

as

tome one Man.

16. By

prohibiting a dire& Prayer

before Sermon,

and bidding

of

Prayer.

17. By

tinging the

Te

Ikon

in Profs after

a CatbedralChurcb

way, in

divers

Pa-

rochial Churches,

where the

People have

no

skill

in

filch Mufick.

18. By

introducing Latin

-

Service

in the Communion

of

late

in

Oxford,

and

in-

to

fome Colledges

in

Cambridge,

at Morning and Evening Prayer

fo

that fome

young

Students, and

the

Servants

of

the Colledge

do

hot underftand their Pray-

ers.

19.

By

Banding

up at the Hymns

in the

Church,

and always

at

Gloria

Patri.

zo.

By

carrying Children from theBaptifm to the Altar

fo called,

there to

offer

them

up

to

God.

a t.

By

taking down Galleries in Churches, or reftraining the Building

of

filch

Galleries

where the

Parilhes are very populous.

Memorandum

:

r.

That

in all

the Cathedral and Collegiate Churches

two

Sermons be preach-

ed every

Sunday

by

the Dean and Prebendaries, or by

their procurement, and

like

-

wife every Holy-day, and one Leeture

at the 'calf to

be

preached

on Workingdays

every Week,

all

the Year

long.

2.

That the

Mufick ufed

in

God's Holy Service,

in Cathedral and Collegiate

Churches

be

framed

with

lefs

Curiofity, that it may be more edifying and more

intelligible, and

that no Hymns or

Anthems be

ufed

where Ditties are framed by

private Men,

but fach

as

are contained in

the

Sacred

Canonical Scriptures,

or

in

our Liturgy of Prayers, or

have

publick allowance.

;. That

the Reading

-Desk be

placed

intheChureh

where Divine

Service

may

belt

be

heard

of

all

the

People.

Confderations

upon

the

Book

of

Common

Prayer.

r.

Whether the

Names of fome

departed

Saint, and

others lhould not

be

quite

expunged in the Kalender.

a.

Whether the reading

of

Pfalmr,

Sentences

of

Scripture,

concurring in

divers

places in

the Hymns, Epiftles and Gofpels,fhould not be

fet

out in

the New

Tranfla-

tian.

;. Whether the Rubrick

should

not

be

mended, where

all

Velments

in them

of

Divine

Service are

now commanded, which were

ufed, 2 Edw.

6.

4.

Whether

Lelfons

of

Canonical Scripture

Mould

be

put into the Kalender

in-

Bead

of

Apocrypha.

s.

That

the

Doxology

Ihould be always

printed at the

End

of

the Lord's

Prayer,

and

be

always

Paid

by the Minifter.

6.

Whether the Rubrick

Ihould

not

be mended

,

where it

is

,

(

that the

Lelfons

Ihould be

fang in a plain

tune) why not read with

a

diltin&

voice ?)

7.

Whether

Gloria

Patri Ihould be repeated at the end

of

every PGlm.

8.

Whether according to that

End

of

the Preface

before

the Common Prayer,

the

Curate Ihould

be

bound

to read Morning and Evening Prayers every day

in the

Church, if

he be at

home, and

not

reafonably letted, and

why not only on

Wert

Jday and Friday

Morning,

and in

the

Afternoon

on

Saturday, with

Holy-day

Eves.

9.

Whether the Hymns,

Benedicite

amnia Opera,

&o. may

not

be left

out.

so. In the Prayer for the Clergy,

that Phrafe

Perhaps to be altered

, which

only

warketb

great marvel,.

r

r.

In

the Rubrick for the Adminiftration

of

the Lords Supper, whether an

al-

teration

be

not to

be

made in this, That

Inch as intend

toCommunicate

pall

fignife their

Name,

Curate

Night,

the Morning

fe12.

The

next Rubrick to

cleared,

'how

before

may

repulfe

a

fcanda-

loes

and notorious

Sinner from the

Communion.

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b a

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