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teach them, and to lead through Jefus Christ our Lord! them to all Truth, giving Amen.

them both the Gift of divers Languages, and alfo Boldness with fervent Zeal, conftantly to preach the Gospel unto all Nations, whereby we have been brought out of Darkness and Error, into the clear Light, and true Knowledge of thee, and of thy Son Jefus Chrift. Therefore with Angels, &c.

Upon the Feast of Trinity only.


who tha

HO art one God, nifefted thyfelf to us Chriftians, by thy mighty Love to loft one Lord; not one Mankind -Accept of my devoutonly Perfon, but three Per-eft Thanks, O Father, for fendfons in one Subftance. For ing thy Son to redeem us.---For that which we believe of thy Compaffion, O Jefus, in laythe Glory of the Father, the ing down thy Life for us ;And for thy Graces, O Holy fame we believe of the Son, Ghoft, to make us fit Objects of and of the holy Ghoft, thy Divine Mercy. without any Difference or Inequality. Therefore with Angels, &c.

After each of which Prefaces, fhall immediately be fung or faid, as above.


Herefore with Angels and Archangels, and with all the Company, &c.



Then hall the Priest, kneel

When the Priest acknowledges,

ing down at the Lord's Ta- in the following humble Form, his own and the Communicants Unworthiness, and God's unmerited Kindness, in admitting them to his Tabie; make this Act of Humility your own, by attending to it most devoutly.

ble, fay, in the Name of all them that fhall receive the Communion, this Prayer following:




leeideil ad gys dy chooilley ir- leeid fhin ooilley ayns Raad y Vea dy riney; coyrt daue chammah bragh farraghtyn, trooid Yeeley yn Gioot dy Ghlaraghyn, as Creeft nyn Jiarn! Amen.

myrgeddin Dunnallys lefh Graih jeean dy kinjagh dy phreacheil yn Sufhtal da dy chooilley Afhoon; liorifh ta fhin er ve er nyn goyrt lhien afs Dorraghys as Shaghrynys gys Soil/hey follys as Toiggal firrinagh jeeds, as jeh dty Vac Yeefey Creeft. Shen-yfa marith Ainleyn, &c.

Son Feailley'n Trinaid ny lom


cha nee un ynrycan

SS un jee, un Chiarn;
Perfoon, agh three Perfoonyn
ayns un Vree. Son fhen ny ta
fhin dy chredjal mychione
Gloyr yn Ayr, lheid cheddin ta
fhin dy chredjal jeh'n Mac, as
y Spyrryd Noo, fegooifh neu-
chorrymid erbee. Shen-y-fa
marish Ainleyn. &c.



Eight nee yn Saggyrt gliooney ec Boayrd y Chiarn, gra, ayns yn Ennym ocfyn ooilley ta dy ghoaill y Chreeltiaght, yn Phadjer jhob:

Yee dy bragh beayn, ta er hoil

hagney oo hene dooinyn Creefteenyn, liorish dty Ghraih niartal gys

Sheelnaue va caillit ;-Jean foiaghey 'yannoo jeh my Vooite fmoo crauee, o Ayr, fon coyrt dty Vac dy yannoo Lhiff ghey er nyn fon.-Son dty Hymmey, O Yeefey, ayns coyrt the fe Ghrayleyn, O Spyrryd Noo, dy yandty Vioys er nyn fon-As fon dty noo fhin cooie fon dty Vyghin Flaunyffagh.

Lurg dagh Padjer jeu fhob vees chelleeragh er ny ghra, myr roie gardit.

Shen-y-fa marish Ainleyn, as Ard-ainleyn, as marish ooilley Shefhaght, &c.


Tra ta'n Saggyrt, ayns ny Goan imlee thoh, goaill rifa y Neu fecuid echey hene, as y Neu fecuid oclyn ta fon goaill y Chreeftiaght, as Kenjallys gyn toilliu Yee, ayns goaill ad gys e Voayrd; gow ufs yn Phadjer imlee fhoh hood bene, liorish geaishtagh rish dy feer chrauee.




E do not prefume to come to this thy Table, O merciful Lord, trufting in our own Righteoufness, but in thy manifold and great Mercies. We are not worthy fo much as to gather up the Crumbs under thy Table. But thou art the fame Lord, whofe Property is always to have Mercy; grant us, therefore, gracious Lord, fo to eat the Flesh of thy dear Son Jefus Christ, and to drink his Blood, that our finful Bodies may be made clean by his Body, and our Souls washed through his moft precious Blood, and that we may evermore dwell in him, and he in us.




When the Priest, ftanding before the Table, hath so ordered the Bread and Wine, that he may, with the more readiness and Decency, break the Bread before the People, and take the Cup into his Hands, he hall fay the Prayer of Confecration, as followeth :


Here there will be a decent Paufe, when you will have Time privately to offer this foort Prayer for yourself, and for all prefent:


HE good Lord pardon me, who hath prepared his Heart to and every one here prefent, feek the Lord, tho' he be rot cleanfed according to the Purification of the Sanctuary, 2


xxx. 18, 19.


our who of

tender Mercy didft give thine only Son Jefus Christ to fuffer Death upon the Crofs for our Redemption, who made there (by his one Oblation of himself once offered) a full, perfect, and fufficient Sacrifice, Oblation, and Satisfaction for the Sins of the whole World; and did inftitute, and in his Holy Gofpel command us to continue a perpetual Memory of that his precious Death, until his Coming again; Hear us, O merciful Father, we moft humbly befeech Thee, and grant that we, receiving thefe thy Creatures of Bread and Wine, according to thy Son our Saviour Jefus Chrift's holy In



HA vel fhin goaill orrin dy heet gys fhoh dty Voayrd, O Hiarn vyghinagh, treifhteil ayns yn Ynrickys ain hene, agh ayns ymmodee dty Vyghinyn mooarey. Cha vel fhin feeu wheefh fhen as dy haglym feofe yn Vrooilliagh fo dty Voayrd. Agh ufs y Chiarn cheddin; yn Cliaghtey ayd's eh dy bragh dy hoilfhaghey Myghin; Giall dooin er-y fa fhen, Hiarn ghrayfoil, myr fhen dy ee Feill dty Vac deyr Yeefey Creeft, as dy iu yn Uill echey, dy vod ny Kirp peccoil ainyn ve er nyn yannoo glen liorish y Corp echeyfyn, as ny Anmeenyn ain er nyn niee trooid yn Uill fmoo ooafle echey, as dy vod mayd dy bragh baghey aynfyn, as efhyn ayninyn.




Nifh vees Caa jesh dhyt dy hebbal feofe er-lheh yn Phadjer ghiare fhoh er dty hon hene, as adfyn ooilley ta kionfenish:

Tra ta'n Saggyrt, fhaffoo roish y Voayrd, myr fhen er chiartaghey yn Arran as y Feeyn, dy vod eb ny s'aabagh as ny s'feeudee brifbey yn Arran kiongoyrt rish y Pobble, as goaill y Cappan ayns e Laueyn, nee eh haih yn Phadjer fhob dy chafberickey yn Arran as y Feeyn:

Y jean y Chiarn mie leih dooys, as da dagh unnane t'ayns shoh

kionfenifh, ta er chiartaghey e Chree cheet feofe gys flane Towfe Cafherickys dy hirrey yn Chiarn, ga nagh vel eh Chiamble. 2 Recort. xxx. 18, 19.,




EE Ooilley-niartal, nyn Ayr Flaunyffagh, ren jeh dty Vyghin veigh cur dty ynrycan Vac Yeeley Creeft dy hur ranfe Baase er y Chrosh fon y Kionniaght-reefht ain; ren ayns fhen (liorish yn un Oural jeh hene un cheayrt er ny hebbal, Oural, Chebbal, as Lhiaffaghey fane, firrinagh, as fondagh fon Peccaghyn y Theihll ooilley, as doardee eh, as ayns e Hushtal cafherick hug eh farey dooinyn dy reayll Cooinaghtyn kinjagh jeh fhen e Vaafe deyr derrey'n Cheet echey reefht: Clafht rooin, O Ayr vyghinagh, ta fhin dy feer imlee guee ort; as giall dy vod fhinyn, liorish goaill ad fhoh dty Chretooryn dy Arran as dy Feeyn, cordail rish Oardagh cafherick dty Vac nyn Saualtagh Yeefey Creeft, ayns Cooinaghtyn jeh e Vaafe as e Hur



ftitution, in Remembrance of his Death and Paffion, may be Partakers of his moft blessed Body and Blood: who in the fame Night that he was betrayed, took Bread, and when he had given Thanks, he brake it, and gave it to his Difciples, faying, Take, eat: This is my Body which is given for you; do this in Remembrance of me. Likewife after Supper he took the Cup; and when he had given Thanks, he gave it to them, faying, Drink ye all of this; for this is my Blood of the New Teftament, which is fhed for you, and for many, for the Remiffion of Sins; Do this, as oft as ye fhall drink it, in Remembrance of me. Amen.

Directions and Devotions.

Say fecretly,-Send down thy Spirit and Bleffing upon this Means of Grace and Salvation, which thou thyfelf, O Jefus, haft ordained.



Then hall the Minifter While the Minifter and others first receive the Communion are receiving the Communion, you in both Kinds himjelf, and to fpare in reading fome of the may employ the Time you have then proceed to deliver the Scriptures following, and the Me fame to the Bishops, Priests ditations upon them. and Deacons, in like manner, (if any be prefent) and after that to the People also in Order, into their Hands, All be too humble when we meekly kneeling.

Remember that no Pofture can

are to

receive a Pardon, and a Pardon which must deliver us from Death eternal.


St. Luke xv. 2. The Pharifees murmured, faying, This Man receiveth Sinners, and eateth with them.


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