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An Hymn for Friday Evenings p. 54
Anotle'rHymn for "Friday "Evening "VTT"
An Hymn for Saturday Morning, p. %6.
Another Hymn for Saturday Mornings ibid.
An Hymn for Saturday Evening, p. 57.
Another Hymn for Saturday Evening, p. 58.
An Hymn for Christmas-Eve, .p. 59.
An Hymn for Christmas-Day, r ibid.
An Hymn for the Day after Christmas, p. 60
The Hymn of Zacharfah for Christmas, p. 61.
An Hymn for Good Friday, ibid.
An Hymn for Ascension-Day, \ r) p. 62.
An Hymn for the Day before, and the Day after Ascension, p. 63.
An Hymn for Pentecost, or Whitsuntide, p. 64.
An Hymn for the September Communion, • - - -ibid.
The Angelical Hymn to be read upon all Festivals, p. 6%.
An Hymn to be said at the Time of the Communion, p. 66.
The Hymn called, Te Deum, to be read upon all Festivals, p. 6$.
An Hymn for the Days of Communion,-or for the following Day, p. 69. The Manner of recei'wing the Catechumens ohfervd in the Churthes of
Kcufchatcl and Vaflangin, t J>. 70.
the Arguments and Exhortations its on Lessons met of the
Old Testament, as used in the Churches of Neufchatel, p. 73. A Specimen of some Arguments and Exhortations on Lessons out of the
New Testament, p. 83.
The CONTENTS of the Liturgy
.. used in the Church ^/geneva.
PR ATE RS for Monday Evening, p. 162.
* Tuesday Morning, p. 106.
■ Friday Evening, p. no.
Ankles to be inserted into the Frayers upon Solemn Occasions, p. 113
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