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A Manual of instruction
WITH PRAYERS AND DEVOTIONS, Cambridge:
“Sancte et Sapienter."
“Education which begins and ends with the heart is, in all ages-in our day especially-full of grave risks to the heart's best interests. And the object of King's College, as its motto suggests, was assuredly to provide for both; for the heart first, and then for the understanding. 'Sancte et Sapienter' -what is that but educated love increasing more and more in knowledge?” From a Sermon of Canon Liddon at the Inauguration
of King's College Chapel, Sunday, Nov. 9, 1873.
My former little Manual for the use of Candi. dates for Confirmation having passed through several Editions, and another being now required, I have taken the opportunity of making certain alterations in its form and substance.
I have also, at the suggestion of several friends, added the Communion Office with such Explanatory Chapters and Notes as I have been accustomed to use with Confirmation Classes at King's College School.
To these I have besides appended a brief Form of Self-Examination and a small Collection of Prayers and Devotions, chiefly taken from the works of Cosin, Ken, and Wilson and the principal Church Manuals, for use before and at the Celebration of the Holy Eucharist.
King's College School, LONDON,