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thee: O let us live, and we shall call us: And therefore not unto us, O upon thy Name.

verse 18.

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son and to the Holy Ghost;

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As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be: world without end. Amen.

Proper Psalms. Ixiv, cxxiv, cxxv.
Proper Lessons.

The First, 2 Samuel xxii.
Te Deum.

The Second, Acts xxiii.
Jubilate.

¶ In the Suffrages after the Creed these shall
be inserted and used for the King.
Priest. O Lord, save the King;
People. Who putteth his trust in

thee.

Priest. Send him help from thy holy place.

People. And evermore mightily defend him.

Priest. Let his enemies have no advantage against him.

People. Let not the wicked approach to hurt him.

Instead of the first Collect at Morning
Prayer shall these two be used.

ALMIGHTY God, who bast in
all ages shewed thy Power and
Mercy in the miraculous and gra-
cious deliverances of thy Church,
and in the protection of righteous
and religious Kings and States pro-
fessing thy holy and eternal truth,
from the wicked conspiracies, and
malicious practices of all the ene-
mies thereof: We yield thee our
unfeigned thanks and praise, for
the wonderful and mighty Deliver-
ance of our gracious Sovereign King
James the First, the Queen, the
Prince, and all the Royal Branches,
with the Nobility, Clergy, and Com-
mons of England, then assembled in
Parliament, by Popish treachery ap-
pointed as sheep to the slaughter, in a
most barbarous and savage manner,
beyond the examples of former ages.
From this unnatural Conspiracy, not
our merit, but thy mercy; not our
foresight, but thy providence delivered

Lord, not unto us, but unto thy Name be ascribed all honour and glory, in all Churches of the saints, from generation to generation; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

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CCEPT also, most gracious God, of our unfeigned thanks for filling our hearts again with joy and gladness, after the time that thou hadst afflicted us, and putting a new song into our mouths, by bringing His Majesty King William, upon this day, for the Deliverance of our Church and Nation from Popish tyranny and arbitrary power. We adore the wisdom and justice of thy Providence, which so timely interposed in our extreme danger, and disappointed all the designs of our enemies. We beseech thee, give us such a lively and lasting sense of what thou didst then, and hast since that time done for us, that we may not grow secure and careless in our obedience, by presuming upon thy great and undeserved goodness; but that it may lead us to repentance, and move us to be

the more diligent and zealous in ou

the duties of our Religion, which thou hast in a marvellous manner preserved to us. Let truth and justice, brotherly kindness and charity, devotion and piety, concord and unity, with all other virtues, so flourish among us, that they may be the stability of our times, and make this Church a praise in the earth. All which we humbly beg for the sake of our blessed Lord and Saviour. Amen.

In the end of the Liany (which shall always this Day be used) after the Collect [We humbly beseech thee, O Father, &c.] shall this be said which followeth.

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ecuted against the King, and the him, with judgement and justice to whole State of England, for the sub-cut off all such workers of iniquity, as version of the Government and Religion established among us; and didst likewise upon this day wonderfully conduct thy Servant King William, and bring him safely into England, to preserve us from the attempts of our enemies to bereave us of our Religion and Laws: We most humbly praise and magnify thy most glorious Name for thy unspeakable goodness towards us, expressed in both these acts of thy mercy. We confess it has been of thy mercy alone, that we are not consumed: for our sins have cried to

heaven against us; and our iniquities justly called for vengeance upon us. But thou hast not dealt with us after our sins, nor rewarded us after our iniquities; nor given us over, as we deserved, to be a prey to our enemies; but hast in mercy delivered us from their malice, and preserved us from death and destruction. Let the consideration of this thy repeated goodness, O Lord, work in us true repentance, that iniquity may not be our ruin. And increase in us more and more a lively faith and love, fruitful in all holy obedience; that thou mayest still continue thy favour, with the light of thy Gospel, to us and our posterity for evermore; and that for thy dear Son's sake, Jesus Christ our only Mediator and Advocate. Amen.

turn Religion into Rebellion, and Faith into Faction; that they may never prevail against us, or triumpla in the ruin of thy Church among us: but that our gracious Sovereign, and his Realms, being preserved in thy true Religion, and by thy merciful goodness protected in the same, we may all duly serve thee, and give thea thanks in thy holy congregation; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. In the Communion Service, instead of the Collect for the Day, shall this which followeth be used.

ETERNAL God, and our most

mighty Protector, we thy unworthy servants do humbly present ourselves before thy Majesty, acknowledging thy power, wisdom, and goodness, in preserving the King, and the Three Estates of the Realm of England assembled in Parliament, from the destruction this day intended against them. Make us, we beseech thee, truly thankful for this, and for all other thy great mercies towards us; particularly for making this day again memorable, by a fresh instance of thy loving-kindness towards us. We bless thee for giving his late Majesty King William a safe arrival here, and for making all opposition fall before him, till he became our King and Governour. We beseech thee to protect and defend our Sovereign King GEORGE, and all the Royal Family, from all treasons and conspiracies; Preserve him in thy Lord, who didst this day disco- faith, fear, and love; Prosper his ver the snares of death that Reign with long happiness here on were laid for us, and didst wonder- earth; and crown him with everlastfully deliver us from the same; Being glory hereafter; through Jesus thou still our mighty Protector, and Christ our only Saviour and Redeemer. scatter our enemies that delight in Amen. blood: Infatuate and defeat their

◄ Instead of the Prayer [In time of War and Tumults] shall be used this Prayer fol. lowing.

The Epistle. Rom. xiii. 1.
ET every soul be subject unto

counsels, abate their pride, asswage the higher powers; for there is

their malice, and confound their devices. Strengthen the hands of our gracious Sovereign King GEORGE, and all that are put in authority under

no power, but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God. Whosoever therefore resisteth the power

resisteth the ordinance of God; and
they that resist shall receive to them-
selves damnation. For rulers are not
a terror to good works, but to the
evil. Wilt thou then not be afraid of
the power? do that which is good,
and thou shalt have praise of the
same: for he is the minister of God
to thee for good. But if thou do that
which is evil, be afraid; for he beareth
not the sword in vain: for he is the
minister of God, a revenger to execute
wrath upon him that doeth evil. Where-
fore ye must needs be subject, not
only for wrath, but also for conscience
sake. For for this cause pay ye tribute
also; for they are God's ministers,
attending continually upon this very
thing. Render therefore to all their
dues; tribute to whom tribute is due,
custom to whom custom, fear to whom
fear, honour to whom honour.

The Gospel. St. Luke ix. 51.
ND it came to pass, when the

is not come to destroy men's lives, but to save them. And they went to auother village.

After the Creed, if there be no Sermon, shall be read one of the six Homilies against Rebellion.

This Sentence is to be read at the Offertory.

Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them; for this is the Law and the Prophets. St. Matth. vii. 12.

After the Prayer for the Church militant this following Prayer is to be used. God, whose Name is excellent

in all the earth, and thy glory above the heavens; who on this day didst miraculously preserve our Church and State from the secret contrivance and hellish malice of Popish conspirators; and on this day also didst begin to give us a mighty deliverance from the open tyranny and oppression of the same cruel and blood-thirsty enemies: We bless and adore thy glorious Majesty, as for the former, so for

be received up, he stedfastly set hisness to our Church and Nation, in the face to go to Jerusalem, and sent messengers before his face; and they went and entered into a village of the Samaritans, to make ready for him: And they did not receive him, because his face was as though he would go to Jerusalem. And when his disciples James and John saw this, they said, Lord, wilt thou that we command fire to come down from heaven, and consume them, even as Elias did? But he turned and rebuked them, and said, Ye know not what manner of spirit ye are of: For the Son of man

preservation of our Religion and Liberties. And we humbly pray, that the devout sense of this thy repeated mercy may renew and increase in us a spirit of love and thankfulness to thee its only Author; a spirit of peaceable submission and obedience to our gracious Sovereign Lord, King GEORGE; and a spirit of fervent zeal for our holy Religion which thou hast so wonderfully rescued, and established, a blessing to us and our posterity. And this we beg for Jesus Christ his sake. Amen.

TO BE USED YEARLY ON THE THIRTIETH DAY OF JANUARY, Being the Day of the Martyrdom of the Blessed King Charles the First; to implore the mercy of God, that neither the Guilt of that sacred and innocent Blood, nor those other sins, by which God was provoked to deliver up both us and our King into the hands of cruel and unreasonable men, may at any time hereafter be visited upon us or our posterity.

If this Day shall happen to be Sunday, this Form of Prayer shall be used and the Fast kept the next Day following. And upon the Lord's Day next before the Day to be kept, at Morning Prayer, immediately after the Nicene Creed, notice shall be given for the due Observation of the said Day.

The Service of the Day shall be the same with the usual Office for Holy-days in all things ; except where it is in this Office otherwise appointed.

THE ORDER FOR MORNING PRAYER.

He that ministereth shall begin with one or more of these Sentences.

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O the Lord our God belong mercies and forgivenesses, though we have rebelled against him : neither have we obeyed the voice of the Lord our God, to walk in his laws which he set before us. Dan. ix. 9, 10.

Correct us, O Lord, but with

judgement : not in thine anger, lest thou bring us to nothing. Jer.

x. 24.

Enter not into judgement with thy servants, O Lord for in thy sight shall no man living be justified.

Psalm cxliii. 2.

Instead of Venite exultemus the Hymn following shall be said or sung; one Verse by the Priest, and another by the Clerk and people.

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IGHTEOUS art thou, O Lord : and just are thy judgements. Psalm cxix. 137.

Thou art just, O Lord, in all that is brought upon us for thou hast done right, but we have done wickedly. Neh. ix. 33.

Nevertheless, our feet were almost gone our treadings had wellnigh slipped. Psalm lxxiii. 2.

For why? we were grieved at the wicked: we did also see the ungodly in such prosperity. verse 3.

The people stood up, and the rulers took counsel together against the Lord, and against his Anointed. Psalm ii. 2.

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They cast their heads together with one consent and were confederate against him. Psalm lxxxiii. 5.

He heard the blasphemy of the multitude, and fear was on every side: while they conspired together against him, to take away his life. Psalm xxxi. 15.

They spoke against him with false words of hatred: and fought against tongues, and compassed him about with him without a cause. Psalm cix. 2.

Yea, his own familiar friends, whom he trusted they that eat of his bread laid great wait for him. Psalm xli. 9.

They rewarded him evil for good: to the great discomfort of his soul. Psalm xxxv. 12.

They took their counsel together, saying, God hath forsaken him: persecute him, and take him, for there is none to deliver him. Psalm lxxi. 9.

The breath of our nostrils, the Anointed of the Lord was taken in their pits of whom we said, Under his shadow we shall be safe. Lam. iv. 20.

The adversary and the enemy entered into the gates of Jerusalem : saying, When shall he die, and his name perish? ver. 12. Psalm xli. 5.

Let the sentence of guiltiness proceed against him: and now that he lieth, let him rise up no more. ver. 8. False witnesses also did rise up

against him they laid to his charge things that he knew not. Psalm

XXXV. 11.

For the sins of the people, and the iniquities of the priests: they shed the blood of the just in the midst of Jerusalem. Lam. iv. 13.

O my soul, come not thou into their secret; unto their assembly, mine honour, be not thou united: for in their anger they slew a man; Gen. xlix. 6.

Even the man of thy right hand : the Son of man, whom thou hadst made so strong for thine own self. Psalm lxxx. 17.

In the sight of the unwise he seemed to die and his departure was taken for misery. Wisd. iii. 2.

They fools counted his life madness, and his end to be without honour : but he is in peace. Wisd. v. 4. & iii. 3.

For though he was punished in the sight of men yet was his hope full of immortality. Wisd. iii. 4.

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As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be: world without end. Amen.

Proper Psalms. ix, x, xi.

Proper Lessons.

The First, 2 Samuel i.

The Second, St. Matth. xxvii. Instead of the first Collect at Morning Prayer shall these two which next follow be used.

Most mighty God, terrible in

dren of God: and his lot is among the thy judgements, and wonderful

saints! Wisd. v. 5.

But, O Lord God, to whom vengeance belongeth, thou God, to whom vengeance belongeth: be favourable and gracious unto Sion. Psalm xciv. 1. & li. 18.

Be merciful, O Lord, unto thy people, whom thou hast redeemed: and lay not innocent blood to our charge.

Deut. xxi. 8.

in thy doings toward the children of men; who in thy heavy displeasure didst suffer the life of our gracious Sovereign King Charles the First, to be (as this day) taken away by the hands of cruel and bloody men: We thy sinful creatures here assembled before thee, do, in the behalf of all the people of this land, humbly confess, that they were the crying sins of

O shut not up our souls with sinners nor our lives with the blood-this Nation, which brought down this thirsty. Psalm xxvi. 9.

Deliver us from blood-guiltiness, O God, thou that art the God of our salvation and our tongues shall sing of thy righteousness. Psalm li. 14.

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For thou art the God that hast no pleasure in wickedness: neither shall any evil dwell with thee. Psalm

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heavy judgement upon us. But, O gracious God, when thou makest inquisition for blood, lay not the guilt of this innocent blood, (the shedding whereof nothing but the blood of thy Son can expiate,) lay it not to the charge of the people of this land; nor let it ever be required of us, or our posterity. Be merciful, O Lord, be merciful unto thy people, whom thou hast redeemed; and be not angry with us for ever: But pardon us for thy mercy's sake, through the

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