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me : proved me, and saw All the earth doth wor
ship thee : the Father everForty years long was i lasting. grieved with this generation, To thee all Angels cry and said : It is a people aloud : the Heavens, and all that do err in their hearts, the Powers therein. for they have not known my To thee Cherubin, and Seways.
raphin : continually do cry, Unto whom I sware in my
Holy, Holy, Holy : Lord wrath : that they should not God of Sabaoth; enter into my rest.
Heaven and earth are full Glory be to the Father, of the Majesty : of thy Glory. and to the Son : and to the The glorious company of Holy Ghost;
the Apostles : praise thee. As it was in the beginning, The goodly fellowship of is now, and ever shall be : the Prophets : praise thee. world without end. Amen. The noble army of Mar• Then shall follow the Psalms in order as tyrs : praise thee.
they are appointed. And at the end of every The holy Church throughPsalm throughout the Yeur, and likewise at the end of Benedicite, Benedictus, Mag- out all the world :. doth acnificat, and Nunc dimittis, shall be repeated,
knowledge thee; Glory be to the Father, The Father : of an infinite and to the Son : and to the Majesty;
: Holy Ghost;
Thine honourable, true : Answer. As it was in the and only Son; beginning, is now, and ever Also the Holy Ghost : the shall be : world without end. Comforter. *Amen.
Thou art the King of Glo* Then shall be read distinctly with an audible ry : 0 Christ.
roice the First Lesson, taken out of the Old Thou art the everlasting Testament, us is appointed in the Calendar, except there be Proper Lessons assigned for Son : of the Father. that day; He that reudeth so standing and turning himsef, as he may best be heard of When thou tookest upou all such as are present. And after that, thee to deliver man : thou shall be said or sung, in English, the Hymn called Te Deum Laudamas, duily through didst not abhor the Virgin's out the Year, « Note, That before every Lesson the Minister
womb. shall say, Here beginneth such a Chapter, When thou hadst overcome or Verse of such a Chapter, of such a Book: And after every Lesson, Here end the sharpness of death : thou eth the First, or the Second Lesson,
didst open the Kingdom of Te Deum Laudamus.
Heaven to all believers. praise thee, O God : Thou sittest at the right
we acknowledge thee hand of God : in the Glory to be the Lord.
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of the Father. 34.
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We believe that thou shalt | Lord : praise him, and magcome : to be our Judge. nify him for ever.
We therefore pray thee, O all ye Powers of the help thy servants : whom Lord, bless ye the Lord :: thou hast redeemed with thy praise him, and magnify him precious blood.
for ever. Make them to be num- O ye Sun, and Moon, bless bered with thy Saints : in ye the Lord : praise him, and glory everlasting.
magnify him for ever. O Lord, save thy people :
0 ye Stars of Heaven, bless and bless thine heritage. ye the Lord : praise him, and
Govern them : and lift magnify him for ever. them
O ye Showers, and Dew, Day by day : we magnify bless ye the Lord : praise him, :
and magnify him for ever. And we worship thy Name: O ye Winds of God, bless ever world without end. ye the Lord : praise him, and
Vouchsafe, O Lord : to magnify him for ever. keep us this day without sin. O ye Fire and Heat, bless
, O Lord, have mercy upon ye the Lord : praise him, and us : have mercy upon us. magnify him for ever. O Lord, let thy mercy
Winter and Summer, lighten upon us : as our trust bless ye the Lord : praise him, is in thee.
and magnify him for ever. O Lord, in thee have I Oye Dews, and Frosts, trusted : let me never be con- bless ye the Lord : praise founded.
him, and magnify him for Or this Canticle,
ever. Benedicite, omnia Opera.
ye Frost and Cold, bless All ye Works of the ye the Lord : praise him, and praise him, and magnify him o O ye Ice and Snow, bless for ever.
the Lord : praise him, and O ye Angels of the Lord, magnify him for ever. bless ye the Lord : praise O ye Nights, and Days, him, and magnify him for bless ye the Lord : praise him,
and magnify him for ever. Oye Heavens, bless ye the O ye Light and Darkness, Lord": praise him, and mag- bless ye the Lord : praise him, nify him for ever.
and magnify him for ever. O ye Waters that be above
O ye Lightnings, and the Firmament, bless ye the Clouds, bless ye the Lord :
praise him, and magnify him | Lord : praise him, and magfor ever.
nify him for ever. O let the Earth bless the
Oye holy and humble Men Lord : yea, let it praise him, of heart, bless ye the Lord : and magnify him for ever. praise him, and magnify him
O ye Mountains, and Hills, for ever. bless ye the Lord : praise him, O Ananias, Azarias, and and magnify him
for ever. Misael, bless ye the Lord : O all ye Green Things upon praise him, and magnify him the Earth, bless ye the Lord : for ever. praise him, and magnify him Glory be to the Father, and for ever.
to the Son : and to the Holy O ye Wells, bless ye the Ghost; Lord : praise him, and mag- As it was in the beginning, nify him for ever.
is now, and ever shall be: o ye Seas, and Floods, world without end. Amen. bless
ye the Lord : praise him, Then shall be read in like manner the Sea and magnify him for ever.
cond Lesson, taken out of the New Testu
ment. And after that, the Hymn followOye Whales, and all that ing ; except when that shall happen to be
read in the Chapter for the Day, or for the move in the Waters, bless ye Gospel on St. John Baptist's Day. the Lord : praise him, and Benedictus. St. Luke i. 68. magnify him for ever.
LESSED be Lord God mag O
ye bless ye the Lord : praise him, ed, and redeemed his people; and magnify him for ever. And hath raised up a migh
O all ye Beasts, and Cattle, ty salvation for us : in the bless ye the Lord : praise him, house of his servant David; and magnify him for ever. As he spake by the mouth
Oye Children of Men, bless of his holy Prophets : which ye the Lord : praise him, and have been since the world magnify him for ever. began;
O let Israel bless the Lord : That we should be saved praise him, and magnify him from our enemies : and from for ever.
the hands of all that hate us; O ye Priests of the Lord, To perform the mercy probless ye the Lord : praise him, mised to our forefathers : and and magnify him for ever. to remember his holy Cove
O ye Servants of the Lord, nant; bless ye the Lord : praise him, To perform the oath which and magnify him for ever. he sware to our forefather
O ye Spirits and Souls of Abraham : that he would the Righteous, bless ye the give us;
That we being delivered 0
go your way into his out of the hand of our ene- gates with thanksgiving, and mies : might serve him with into his courts with praise : be out fear;
thankful unto him, and speak In holiness and righteous- good of his Name. ness before him : all the days For the Lord is gracious, of our life.
his mercy is everlasting : and And thou, Child, shalt be his truth endureth from genecalled the Prophet of the ration to generation. Highest : for thou shalt go Glory be · to the Father, before the face of the Lord and to the Son : and to the to prepare his ways;
Holy Ghost; To give knowledge of sal- As it was in the beginning, vation unto his people : for is now, and ever shall be : the remission of their sins, world without end. Amen. Through the tender mercy Then shall be sung or said the Apostles
Creed by the Minister and the people, of our God : whereby the standing : except only such days as the day-spring from on high hath
Creed of St. Athanasius is appointed to be To give light to them that I Believe in God the Father
Almighty, Maker of hexsit in darkness, and in the ven and earth: shadow of death : and to And in Jesus Christ his guide our feet into the way only Son our Lord, Who was of peace.
conceived by the Holy Ghost, Glory be to the Father, Born of the Virgin Mary, Sufand to the Son : and to the fered under Pontius Pilate, Holy Ghost;
Was crucified, dead, and buAs it was in the beginning, ried, He descended into hell; is now, and ever shall be : The third day he rose again world without end. Amen. from the dead, He ascended q Or this Psalm,
into heaven, And sitteth on Jubilate Deo. Psalm c. the right hand of God the FaO Be joyful in the Lord, all ther Almighty; From thence
ye lands : serve the Lord he shall come to judge the with gladness, and come quick and the dead. before his presence with a I believe in the Holy song.
Ghost; The holy Catholick Be ye sure that the Lord Church; The Communion he is God : it is he that hath of Saints; The Forgiveness made us, and not we our- of sins; The Resurrection selves; we are his people, of the body, And the life and the sheep of his pasture. everlasting. Amen.
who art the author
And after that, these Prayers follorwing,
Answer. Because there is all devoutly kneeling; the Minister first pronouncing with a loud coice,
none other that fighteth for The Lord be with you. us, but only thou, O God.
Answer. And with thy Priest. O God, make clean spirit.
our hearts within us. Minister. Let us pray. Answer. And take not thy Lord, have mercy upon us. holy Spirit from us. Christ, have mercy upon us.
1 Then shall follow three Collects; the first of Lord, have mercy upon us.
the Day, which shall be the same that is
appointed at the Communion; the second for Then the Minister, Clerks, and people,
Peace; the third for Grace to live well.
And the two last Collects shall never alter, shall say the Lord's Prayer with a loud voice,
but daily be said at Morning Prayer
throughont all the Year, as followeth; all UR Father, which art in kneeling.
heaven, Hallowed be thy The second Collect, for Peace. Name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, As of peace and of it is in heaven. Give us this concord, in knowledge of day our daily bread. And for-whom standeth our eternal give us our trespasses, As life, whose service is perfect we forgive them that trespass freedom; Defend us thy humagainst us. And lead us not ble servants in all assaults of into temptation; But deliver our enemies; that we, surely us from evil. Amen. trusting in thy defence, may Then the Priest standing up shall say,
not fear the
adO Lord, shew thy mercy versaries, through the might
of Jesus Christ our Lord. upon us.
Answer. And grant us thy Amen. salvation.
The third Collect, for Grace.
Ansuer. And mercifully lasting God, who hast safely hear us when we call upon brought us to the beginning thee.
of this day; Defend us in the Priest. Endue thy Minis- same with thy mighty power; ters with righteousness. and grant that this day we
Answer. And make thy fall into no sin, neither run chosen people joyful.
into any kind of danger; but
; Priest. O Lord, save thy that all our doings may be people.
ordered by thy governance, Auswer. And bless thine to do always that is righteous inheritance.
in thy sight; through Jesus Priest. Give peace in our Christ our Lord. Amen.
In Quires and Places where they sing, here time, O Lord.
followeth the Anthem.
, Almighty and ever