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teach them, and to lead through Jesus Christ our Lord ! them to all Truth, giving
Amen. them both the Gift of divers Languages, and also Boldness with fervent Zeal, constantly to preach the Gospel
unto all Nations, whereby we have been brought out of '. Darkness and Error, into the clear Light, and true Know
ledge of thee, and of thy Son Jesus Christ. Therefore with Angels, bc.
Upon the Fealt of Trinity
Eternal God, who hast ma.
nifested thylelf to
us Chris one Lord ; not one
iians, by thy mighty Love to loft
Mankind ;--Accept of devout. only Person, but three Per-elt Thanks, o Father, for fendfons in one Substance. For ing thy Son to redeem us.----For that which believe of thy Compassion, O Jelus, in laythe Glory of the Father, the ing down thy Life for us; fame we believe of the Son, Ghoft, to make us fit Objects of
And for thy' races, O stuly and of the holy Cholt, tny Divine Mercy: without any Difference or Inequality. Therefore with Angels, dr.
After each of which Prefaces, fall immediately be sung or
said, as above.
"Herefore with Angels and Archangels, and with
all the Company, &c.
Then all the Priest, kneel
When the Priest acknowledges, ing down at the Lord's ta. in the following bumble Form, bis
own and the Communicants Un. ble, say, in the Name of all worthiness, and Gud's unmerited them that shall receive the Com- Kindness, in admitting them to his munion, this Prayer following : Tabie'; make tnis Act of Humi.
liry your own, by attending to it moft devoutly.
Padjeryn. leeideil ad gys dy chooilley ir- leeid ihin ooilley ayns Raad y Vea dy riney; coyrt daue chammah bragh farraghtyn, trooid' Yeeley
Creest nyn Jiarn! Amen. yn Gioot dy Ghlaraghyn, as myrgeddin Dunnallys lesh Graih jeean dy kinjagh dy phreacheil yn Sushtal da dy chooilley Athoon ; liorish ta fhin er ve er nyn goyrt lhien ass Dorraghys as shaghrynys gys Soilshey follys as Toggal firrinagh jeeds, as jeh dty Vac Yeesey Creeft. 'Shen-yfa arith Ainleyn, &c.
Son Feailley'n Trinaid ny lon
SS un jee, un Chiarn; hagney do hene dooinn Cicero
; Yee dy bragh beayn, ta er hoil. cha un ynrycan Persoon, agh three Persoonyn teenyn, liorish dty Ghraih niartal gys
Sheelnaue va caillit ; Jean soiaghey ayns un Vree. Son shen ny ta 'yannoo jeh my Vooite îmoo crauee, fhin dy chredjal mychione Ó Ayr, son coyrt dty Vac dy yannoo Gloyr yn Ayr, lheid cheddin ta Lhi.ff ghey er nyn son. --Son dty fhin dy chredjal jeh’n Mac, as Hymmey, o Yeesey, ayns coyrt she fe y spyrryd Noo, fegooith neu: Ghirayleyn, o Spyrryd Noo, dy yan
dty Vioys er nyn fon :-As son dty chorrymid erbee.
Shen-y-fa noo thin cooie fon dty Vyghin Flau. marish Ainleyn. &c. nyflagh.
Lurg dagh Padjer jeu shoh vees chelleeragh er ny ghra, myr
SHen-y-fa marih Ainleyn, as Ard-ainleyn, as marihh ooilley
Ynsaghey. Eisht nee yn Saggyrt gliooney Tra ta'n Saggyrt, ayns ny Goan ec Boayrd y Chiarn, gra, ayns imlee lhoh, goaill risa y Neu feeuid yn Ennym ocsyn ooilley ta dy echey hene, as y Neu feeuid ocłyo ta
son goaill y Chreeltiaght, as Kenjalghcaill y Chreeltiaght, yn Phad.
toilliu Yee, ayns goaill ad gys jer jhoh :
Voayrd; gow uss yn Phadjer imlee shoh hood bene, liorith geaishragh rish dy feer chrauee.
E do not presume to come to this thy Table,
O merciful Lord, trusting in our own Righteousness, but in thy manifold and great Mercies. not worthy so much as to gather up the Crumbs under thy Table.
But thou art the same Lord, whose Property is always to have mercy ; grant us, therefore, gracious Lord, so to eat the Flesh of thy dear Son Jesus Christ, and to drink his Blood, that our sinful Bodies may be made clean by his Body, and our Souls washed through his most precious Blood, and that we may evermore dwell in him, and he in us. Amen.
When the Priest, Randing Here there will be a decent Pause,
when will have Time pribefore the Table, hath ro or. dered the Bread and Wine,
vately to offer this foort Prager
for yourself, and for all present : that he may, with the more readiness and Decency, break HE good Lord pardon me, the Bread before the People,
and every one here present, and take the Cup into his seek the Lord, tho’ he be lot
who hath prepared his Heart to Hands, be
Inall say the cleansed according to the PurificaPrayer of Confecration, as fol- ticn of the San&iuary, 2. Chron, loweth :
xxx. 18, 19.
of thy tender Mercy didst give thine only Son Jesus Christ to suffer Death upon the Cross for our Redemption, who made there (by his one Oblation of himself once offered) a full, perfect, and sufficient Sacrifice, 0. blation, and Satisfaction for the Sins of the whole World; and did institute, and in his Holy Gospel command us to continue a perpetual Memory of that his precious Death, until his Coming again ; Hear us, o merciful Father, we most humbly beseech Thee, and grant that we, receiving these thy Creatures of Bread and Wine, according to thy Son our Saviour Jesus Christ's holy In
, treihteil ayns yn Ynrickys ain hene, agh ayns ymmodee dty Vyghinyn mooarey. Cha vel fhin feeu wheesh fhen as dy hagłym seose yn Vrooilliagh fo dty Voayrd. Agh uls y Chiarn cheddin; yn Cliaghtey ayd's eh dy bragh dy hoillhaghey Myghin ; Giall dooin er-y fa fhen, Hiarn ghiraysoil
, myr shen dy ee Feill dty Vac deyr Yeesey Creest, as dy iu yn Uíll echey, dy vod ny Kirp peccoil ainyn ve er nyn yannoo glen liorish y Corp echeyfyn, as ny Anmeenyn ain er nyn niee
yn Uill smoo ooalle echey, as dy vod mayd dy bragh baghey aynfyn, as eshyn ayninyn. Amen. Rubrick.
Ynsaghey.. Tra ta’n Saggyrt, foafoo roijh Nijh vees Caa jesh dhyt dy hebbal feose y Voayrd, myr shen er chiartagh
er-lbeh yn Phadjer ghiare hob er dty
hon hene, as adfyn ooilley ta kionfenish: ey yn Arran as y Feeyn, dy vod eh ny s'aahagh as ny s’feeudee brishey yn Arran kiongoyrt
Y jean y Chiarn mie leih dooys,
as da dagh unnane t'ayos shoh rish y Pobble, as goaill y Cappan kionfenish, ta er chiartaghey e Chree ayns e Laueyn, nee eh lhaib yn Cheet feore gys slane Powse Casherickys Phadjer shob dy chafberickey yn y Chiamble. *2 Recort. xxx. 18, 19. , Arran as y Feeyn :
-. ghin veigh ranse Baase er y Chrosh son y Kionniaght-reesht ain ; ren ayns fhen (liorish yn un Oural jeh hene un cheayrt er ny hebbal, Oural, Chebbal, as Lhiassaghey fane, firrinagh, as fondagh fon Peccaghyn y Theihll ooilley, as doardee eh, as ayns e Hushtal casherick hug eh farey dooinyn dy reayll Cooinaghtyn kinjagh jeh shen e Vaase deyr derrey'n Cheet echey reesht : Claiht rooin, 0 Ayr vyghinagh, ta fhin dy feer imlee guee ort; as giall dy vod shinyn, liorish goaill ad fhoh dty Chretooryn dy Arran as dy Feeyn, cordail rish Oardagh casherick dty Vac nyn Saualtagh Yeesey Creeit, ayns Cooinaghtyn jeh e 'Vaase as e Hur
ftitution, in Remembrance of his Death and Passion, may be Partakers of his most blessed Body and Blood : who in the same Night that he was betrayed, took Bread, and when he had given Thanks, he brake it, and gave it to his Disciples, saying, Take, eat : This is
my Body which is given for you ; do this in Remembrance of me. Likewise after Supper he took the Cup ; and when he had given Thanks, he gave it to them, saying, Drink ye all of this ;
for this is my Blood of the New Tera tament, which is shed for you, and for many, for the Remission of Sins ; Do this, as oft as ye thall drink it, in Remembrance of me. Amen.
Directions and Devotions.
Say secretly,–Send down thy Spirit and Blessing upon this Means of Grace and Salvation, which thou chyfelf, O Jesus, haft ordained.
Then mall the Minister
While the Minister and others first receive the Communion are receiving the Communion, you in both Kinds himjelf, and to Ipare in reading some of the
may employ the Time you h ve then proceed to deliver the Scriptures following, and the Mofame to the Bishops, Priests ditations upon them. and Deacons, in like manner, (if any be present) and after that to the People also in Order, into their Hands, All be too humble when we
Remember that no Posture can meekly kneeling.
receive a Pardon, and Pardon which must deliver us from Death eternal,
St. Luke xv. 2. The Pharisees niurmured, saying, This Man receiveth Sinners, and cateth with them.