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31

r3. Whether the Rubrick

is

not to

be mended,

where the

Churchwardens

are

fiddly

charged to gather the Alms

for

the

Poor

before the

Communion

begin;

for

by

experience

it

is

proved to be done better when

the People

depart.

14.

Whether the Rubrick

is

not

to

be

mended, concerning. the Party

that

is

to

make

his

General Confeifron upon

his

knees,

before

the Communion,

that

it fhould

be

Paid

only by the

Minifter,

and

then at

every

Glade

repeated

to

.

the

Peo-

ple.

15.

Thefe

words

in the Form

of

the Confecration,

This

is

my Body

,

This

is

my

Blood

of

the

New

Tefiament,

not to be printed hereafter in great Letters.

16.

Whether it will

not

be fit

to

infect

a

Rubrick, touching kneeling

at the

Communion, that

is,

to comply

in all

Humility with the Prayer which the Mini-

fter

makes

when

he delivers the Elements.

i7. Whether

Cathedral

and

Collegiate Churches

(hall be

ftri

&ly

bound to Celebtate

the

Holy Communion every Sunday at

the

lealt, and might not

it rather

be

added

once in

a

Month.

r 8.

In the

aft

Rubrick touching the Communion,

it

is

not

fit

that the Printer

make

a

full

Point,

and begin with

a

new Great Letter at thefe words,

And

every

Parifhioner fhall

alfo

receive the Sacrament.

19.

Whether

in

the

firft

Prayer

at

the Baptifm, thefe words, Didit

fanite

the

Flood

of

Jordan,

and

allother Waters,

should be thus

changed, Didit

fanllse

the

Ele-

ment

of

Water.

20.

-

Whether

it,

be

not

fit

to have

Come

difcreet Rubrick made

to

take away

all

fcandal

from figning

the

Sign

of

the Crofs

upon

the Infants after Baptifm ; or if

it

flail

feem

more expedient to be quite

difufed,

whether

this Reafon fhouid be

pub.

lilhed,

Thatin

ancient,Liturgies.no.

Crofs was confined

upon the

Party, but where

Oyl

á11q.

was ufed

and therefore

Oyl

being

now omitted,

fo may allò

that which

.wagcençomitant

with

it,

the

Sign

of

the Crofs.

.

a

r.

In Private

Baptifm,

the Rubrick mentions that. which mull not be done

,

that the Minifter

may

dip

theChild in Water being at the

point of Death.

22..

Whether in'therlaft

Rubrick

of

Confirmation, thefe

words be to be

left

our,

and

be

undoubtedly

faved.

s ;.

Whether the Catechifm

may

not

receive

a

little more Enlargement.

24. Whether

the

Times prohibited for Marriage are quite

to

be taken

a-

way.

zç. Whether none hereafter

Ihall

have Licenfes to marry ,

nor

be asked

their

Banns

of

Matrimony, that

fhall

not bring with them

a

Certificate from their Mini.

fiers

that they are

initruded

in their Catechifm.

26: Whether thefe Words in

Matrimony,

With

my Body

I

thee

wcrfbip, shall

not

be.thus altered,

I

give

thee

power over

my

body.

27.

Whether the;laft Rubrick

of

Marriage Ihould

not

be

mended,that new mar-

ried Perfons

Ihould receive the

Communion the

fame day

of their marriage, may

not

be

(or

upon the. Sunday

following)

when the Communion

is celebra-

ted.

28.

In

the Abfolation

of

the Sick, were it

not

plain to

fay,

(pronounce thee

Ab

folved.

29.

The

Pfalm

of

Thankfgiving

of

Women

after Child-

birth, were

it

not

fit

to

be compofed out

of

proper Verficles

taken from

divers Pfalms.

3o.

May not the Priefbrather

read

the

Communion in

the Desk,

than

go up to

the Pulpit.

;r.

The

Rubrick

In

the

Commination

leave

it

doubtful, whether the Liturgy

may

not

be read in divers places

jn the Church.

;

z.

.In

the

Order

of

the

Burial

of

all Perfons

,

:

'tis

fait,Wecommit

hie Body

to

she

Ground,-

in

fare and

certain

hope

of

Refurrehlion to

Eternal

Life

; Why not

thus,

Knowing

affuredll

that

the Dead fhall

rife

again.

3

;.

In

the Colle& next unto the

Coiled againi

the Peltilence, the

Claufe.

per.

baps to befriended

t

For

the honour

of

5'efw Cbriffs fake.

34.

In

the

Litany,inftead

of

Fornication

and all

other deadly

Sin,would

it

not

fatisfie

thus

?

From Fornication

and

all other

grievous

Sins.

;p. It

is

very

fit

that

the Imperte

&ions

of the

Metre in the

lunging Pfalms

Ihould

be mended,

and then

Lawful

Authority

added

unto

them, to

have

them

publickly

Tung

before and after Sermons, and fometimes inftead

of

the Hymns

of

Morning

and Evening Prayer.

The

LIFE

,of,

,

the,

:

LIB.

J.

I

2,43.