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The fuffrages next after the Creed sball fiand thus.
Prieji. O Lord, shew thy mercy upon us ;
Answ. And.grant us thy salvation.
Priest. O Lord, fave the King,
Answ. Who puttelh his trust in thee.
Prieji. Send him help from thy holy place.
Answ. And evermore mightily defend bin.
Priest. Let his enemies have no advantage against him:
Answ. Let not be wicked approach to hurt bim.
Priest. Endue thy Ministers with righteousness;
Antw. And make thy chosen people joyful.
Pries. O Lord, fave thy people.
Answ. And bless thine inheritance.
Priest. Give peace in our time, O Lord :

Apsw. Because there is none other that fighted for us, but only thou, O God.

Priefl. Be unto us, O Lord, a strong tower,
Antw. From the face of orir enemies.
Priest. O Lord, hear our prayer:
Answ. And let our cry come unto thee..
Instead of the first Colle&t at Morning Prayer shall be used
this following Colleet of Thanksgiving for his Majejly's
Accession to the Throne.
LMIGHTY God, who ruleft over all the kingdoms

of the world, and disposest of them according to thy good pleasure; We yield thee unfeigned thanks, for that thou wast pleased, as on this day; to place thy servant our Sovereign Lord King George upon the Throne of this Realm. Let thy wisdom be his guide, and let thine arm strengthen him; let' justice, truth, and holiness, let peace and love, and all those virtues that adorn the Christian profession, flourish in his days; direct all his counsels and endeavours to thy glory, and the welfare of his people ; and give us grace to obey him cheerfully and willingly for conscience fake; that neither our sinful pas. fions, nor our private interests, may disappoint his cares for the public good ; let him always possess the hearts of his people, that they may never be wanting in honour to

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his person, and dutiful submission to his authority ; let his reign be long and prosperous, and crown him with immortality in the life to come; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

In the end of ihe Litany, (relich fall always be atfed upon this day) after the Colier [We humbly beleech thee, O Father, &c.] shall the following Prayer

for ibe King and Royal Family be used. O !

things in heaven and earth; receive our humble prayers, with our hearty thanksgivings, for our Sovereign Lord George, as on this day set over us by thy grace and providence to be our King; and so together with him bless our gracious Queen CHARLOTTE, their Royal His nesses George Prince of Wales, the Princess of Wales, and all the Royal Family ; that they all, ever trustiog in thy goodness, protected by thy power, and crowned with thy, gracious and endless favour, may continue before thee in health, peace, joy, and honour, and may live long and happy lives upon earth, and after death obrain everlasting life and glory in the kingdom of heaven, by the merits and mediation of Christ Jesus our Saviour, who, with the Father and the Holy Spirit, liveth and reigneth, ever one God, world without end. Anien, | Then Mall follow this Colleet for God's Protection of ibe

King against all bis Enemies. MOST gracious God, who haft fet thy Servant

George our King upon the Throne of his Ancestors; We most humbly beseech thee to protect him on the same from all the dangers to which he may be exposed; hide him from the gathering together of the froward, and from the insurrection of wicked doers : Do thou weaken the hands, blast the designs, and defeat the enterprizes of all his enemies; that no secret conspiracies, nor open violences, may disquiet his reign ; but that being safely kept under the shadow of thy wing, and supported by thy power, he may triumph over all oppofitions that so the world may acknowledge thee to be his



LORD God of our salvation, who haft been

exceedingly gracious unto this land, and by thy miraculous providence didst deliver us out of our mise rable confusions ; by restoring to us, and to his own just and undoubted rights, our then molt gracious Sovereiga Lord King Charles the Second, aotwithstandiog all the power and malice of his enemies; and by placing him on ihe throne of these kingdoms, didst restore also unto us the public and free profeflion of thy true religion and worship, together with our former peace and prosperity, to the great comfort and joy of our hearts : We are here now before thee, with all due thankfulaess to acknowledge thine unspeakable goodness herein, as upon this day shewed unto us, and to offer unto thee our facrifice of praise for the fame; humbly beseeching thee to accept this our unfeigned, though unworthy oblation of ourselves; rowing all holy obedience, in thought, word, and work, unto thy Divine Majesty; and promising all loyal and dutiful allegiance to thine anointed Servant now ser over us, and to his heirs after hir : Whom we beseech thee to bless with all increase of grace, honour, and happiness in this world, and to crown him with immortality and glory in the world to come, for Jesus Christ his fake, our only Lord and Saviour. Amen.

In the end of the Litany (which shall always this day be used) after the Collect [We humbly beseech thee, Father, &c.] fhall this be said which next followeth.

LMIGHTY God, who hast in all A

Thewed forth

ages thy power and mercy in the miraculous and gracious deliverances of thy Church, and in the protc&tion of righteous and religious Kings and States, profefling thy holy and eternal truth, from the malicious conspiracies and wicked practices of all their enemies; We yield unto thee our uofeigned thanks and praise, as for thy many other great and public mercies, so especially for that sig. bal and wonderful deliverance, by thy wife and good providence, as upon this day completed and vouchlafed to our then most gracious Sovereign King Charles the Second, and all the Royal Family, and in them to this

whole Church and State, and all orders and degrees of men in both; from the unnatural rebellion, usurpation, and tyranny of ungodly and cruel men, and from the fad confusions and ruin thereupon enfuing. From all these, O gracious and merciful Lord God, not our merit, but thy mercy; not our foresight, but thy providence; nog our owo arm, but thy right hand, and thine arm, did resa cue and deliver us. And therefore not unto us, O Lord, not unto us, but unto thy Name be ascribed all honour, agd glory, and praise, with most hụmble and hearty thanks, in all Churches of the Saints: Even so blessed be the Lord our God, who alone doeth wondrous things, and blessed be the Name of his Majesty for ever, through Jesus Christ our Lord and only Saviour. Amen. 9 In the Communion Service, immediately before the reading

of the Epiftle, skall these two Colleets be used, instead of the
Colled for the King, and the Collect of the Day.

O Almighty God, &c.
O Lord God of our falvanion, &c.

As before at Morning Prayer.

The Epiftle, St. Peter ii. 11.
EARLY beloved, I beseech you as ftrangers and

pilgrims, abstain from fleshly lusts, which war against the soul; having your conversation honest among the Gentiles: that whereas they speak against you as cuil.doers, they may by your good works which they hall behold, glorify God in the day of visitation. Sub mit yourselves to every ordinance of man, for the Lord's fake: whether it be to the King, as supreme; or unto governors, as unto them that are sent by him for the punillment of exil-doers, and for the praise of them that do well. For so is the will of God, that with well-doing ye may put to Glence the ignorance of foolih men : as #ce, and not using your liberty for a cloak of malicious Dess, but as the servants of Gade Honour all men. Lave the brotherhood Fear God. Honour the King,



The Gospel. St. Matt. xxii. 16.

, Herodians, saying, Master, we know that thou are true, and teachest the way of God in truth, neither carest thou for any man: for thou regardelt not the person of men. Tell us, therefore, what thinkelt thou? Is it law. ful to give tribute unto Cæsar, or not? But Jefus per. ceived their wickedness, and said, Why' tempt ye me, ye hypocrites ? Shew me the tribute money.

And they brought unto him a penny. And he faith unto them, Whose is this image and superscription? They say unto him, Cæsar's. Then faith he unto them, Render there. fore unto Cæsar the things which are Cæsar's; and unto God the things that are God's. · When they had heard these words, they marvelled, and left him, and went their way.

In the Offertory Mall this Sentence be rend. Not every one that faith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven : but he that doeth the will of my Fatherwhich is in heaven. St. Matt. vii. 21. After the Prayer (For the whole state of Christ's

Church, &c.] this Colleet following shall be used.
LMIGHTY God, and heavenly Father, who, of

thine infinite and unspeakable goodness towards us, didst in a most extraordinary and wonderful manner disappoint and overthrow the wicked designs of those traitorous, heady, and highminded men, who, under the pretence of Religion, and thy most holy Name, had contrived, and well-nigh effected, the utter destruction of this Church and Kingdom: As we do this day most heartily and devoutly adore and magnify thy glorious Name for this thine infinite goodness already vouchsafed to us;

fo do we most humbly beseech thee to continue thy grace and favour towards us, that no such dismal calamity may ever again fall upon us. Infatuate and defeat all the secret counsels of deceitful and wicked men against us. Abate their pride, affuage their malice, and confound their devices. Strengthen the hands of our gracious


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