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For Whitsuntide.'
•During the Two Weeks.

OG O D, who as at this Time did fend thy Holy Spirit to' thy faithful People, grant us the Assistance of the same Spirit, that.it may lead us into the Ways of Truth and Godliness, that it may give us Sentiments of Peace and Charity •, to the end that we may continually rejoice in holy Comforts, through the Merits of Jesus Christ our Lord, who in the Unity of the same Spirit, lives and reigns with Thee One only God blessed for ever. Amen.

For the Two Sundays of the September Communion.

After the Evening Sermon.

O Almighty God, we beseech thy Divine Majesty to accept the Sacrifice of Praises and Thanksgivings which we offer to Thee this Day. - We praise Thee, O our God, for that Thou hast deliver'd thy Son to the Death of the Cross for our Sakes, and for that we have this Day had the Comfort to {hew forth the Remembrance of fhat Death, by partaking of the Holy Sacrament which He has appointed to be a Memorial thereof. Lord, we celebrate thy Mercy, we give Thee Thanks for the precious Gift Thou hast .made us of thy Son ; and we pray Thee, that all we who have been Partakers of these holy Mysteries, may also share in the Sufferings of our Redeemer, and obtain of thy Bounty, the Pardon of our Sins, the Grace of thy Spirit, the Sense of thy Love, and of thy Peace, and after this Life, the Possession of the Glory of thy Kingdom.

We do now also, O Lord, present to Thee our Bodies, our Souls,

•our Persons, and all that depends on us, as a living Sacrifice, desiring

to glorifie Thee, and to live only for Thee. Let our Mouths, our Souls,

and all that is within us, bless thy holy Name for ever. Glory be to

God in the highest, Peace on Earth, and Good-will towards Men.

We praise Thee, we magnific Thee, .we give Thee Thanks, for all thy great Goodnesses, and for thy great Glory, O Lord God, King of Heaven, Almighty Father; O Lord Jesus, Only Son of God, and Thou, O Holy Ghost. O Lord, Lamb of God, Son of the Father, who takest away the Sins of the World, have Pity on us! Thou that takest away the Sins of the World, hear our Prayers! Thou that fittest at the Right-hand of the Father, have Pity on us! For Thou only-art Holy, Thou art the Lord, Thou only art the most High, O Jesus Christ, with the Holy Spirit, in the Glory of God the Father. Amtrtx

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ALmietitv God, who is the Father of our* Lord Jesus Christ,, pardon all those that truly repent and are converted to Hint.

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x*t «t? adore and praise the Lord our God".

Lord open our Lips h and °TM, Mouth M ^w forth th? Praise'

f/,r* « to be read one. of the Hymns which follow hereafter, and are pointed either for each Day of M Weeiy or for Festivals.

'After the reading of the Hymns, the People sing the if* Verse of the 9yh Psalm, and then the Minister reads the following Prayer.

O Merciful "God. Heavenly Father, since we are now going to hear thv holv Word, we most humbly beseech Thee to give us Grace to comprehend the Meaning of it, and to live up to it,, for the Sake of Jesus Christ our Saviour. Amen. .

Here is to he read a Chaster out of the Old' and New Testament, alternately, and so on. Before the Lesson, an Argument or Discourse is 'f0 be read, (hewing th, Contents ofjht Chapter; and after

the Lesson! -jk» ^TT^/Jd olbests' SnofSfo. that is to be made of what has^ been read. On Felti- Exh6rtatioM

val Days, there are Two Lessons to be read, VIZ. the attheEndof Epistie and Gospel, after which are said the following thisTiturgx. Prayers. ;.

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Lord have Mercy upon- us, Lord hear our Prayers.
And let our Cry come unto Thee.

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Heaven.

Tj R Father which art in Heaven: Hallowed be Thy Name: I Thv Kingdom come* Thy Will be .done in.Earth,as it is in Heaven Give us this Day our daily Bread. And forgive us our Tresmsies as we forgive them that trespass against us. And lead us not Into Temptation, but deliver us from Evil: ForTh.ne is the Kingdom, the Power, and the Glory, for ever and ever. Amen*

O Lord, let thy Mercy lighten upon us,, and Grant us t&y Salva* ^Tprd lave thy £eople„and blefc thine Inheritance.

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$o sir Morning Service.

O Lord create in ais pure Hearts, and take not.from us thy Hojy Spirit.

Then the People sing the %th Verse of the 143 Psalm. Aster which the Minister goes on, and fays:

O Eternal and Almighty God, we give Thee Thanks that Thou hast safely brought ns- to the Beginning of this Day, defend us in the same with thy mighty Power. Grant that this Day we fell into no Sin, neither run into any kind of Danger, but that all our Doings may be ordered by thy Governance, to do always that is righteous in thy Sight, through Jesus Christ our Lord.

LORD, we present our selves to Thee a Living -Sacrifice: We devote to Thee our Bodies, our Souls, our Life, our Labour, all that is, in us, and all that depends upon us, desiring to employ all to thy Glory. O Lord, we resign and commit our selves to thy Providence: We submit our selves to all the Events that it shall please Thee to bring upon us: Do unto us all that Thou shalt think fit to do, and let thy Holy Will be accomplished in us, and by us, for the fake of Jesus Christ our Saviour. Amen.

On Saturday Morning this Prayer is to be added.

O Almighty God, who after having created in six Days the HeaY,en, the Earth, and all Things that are therein, didst rest upon the seventh Day \ and who has created new Heavens and a new Earth, in redeeming the World by Jesus Christ, grant that we meditating on the Wonders of the Creation of the World, and of the Redemption of Mankind, may know Thee, may adore Thee, and may continually rejoice in thy wonderful Works, to the end that we may at last enter into the eternal Rest which Thou hast prepared in Jesus Christ our Redeemer. Amen. ^

On Festival Days, the Traycrs anointed for those Times, and lahith will be found hereafter, are to be read here ", after which the .Minifitr goes on:

O Almighty God, who hast commanded us to pray to Thee for all Men, and whodefirest that all should be saved, and corre to the Knowledge of thy Truth, hear the Petitions that we present Thee for the Peace and Tranquillity of all Nations, and for the Conversion of the People who know Thee not. We pray Thee for Kings, Princes, -*nd Magistrates, and especially for our Sovereign Lord the King, "the Queen, for the Prince Royal, and for the Princess his Consort,

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and for the Prince and Princess their Children, for all the Royal Family, &c . and for all those that are put in Authority over us.

We beseech Thee, O God, to keep and sanctifie more and more thy Church which is spread over all the Earth, and particularly the Church of this Place. Strengthen all the Pastors and Ministers of thy Word. Have Pity on the People and Persons that are in Affliction: Deliver those that are persecuted and in Captivity for the Hike of Truth: Assist the Sick, and such as are at the Point of Death {jmd especially those for whom our Prayers are desired"\ Give to harden'd Sinners Time and Means for Repentance. Strengthen in Faith and Piety those that are still weak. Give Grace to those that love and fear Thee, to persevere continually in Holiness.

Grant always, Lord, Peace to this State. Bless the good Things of the Earth. Bless this City and all its Inhabitants: Bless particularly those Persons that do Works of Piety and Charity in this Church, and all those that are here present, and that call upon Thee with a sincere Heart. O God, hear us \ Give us Grace to pass our Days in thy Fear, and to end them in thy Peace, through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with Thee and the Holy Ghost, One only God blessed for ever. Amen.

Saturday Murning, that which follows is to be added, because of the Catechising which is performed after the Service is ended, and at which all the Clrildrcn are to be present.

OLORD, since we are entring upon the Instruction of the Youth of this Church, we beseech Thee to pour down thy Blessing upon our Labours, and to inspire these Children with the Sense of thy Fear and Love, and with the Humility that is necessary to render our Instructions profitable to them. They have been consecrated to Thee from their Birth: Thou art their Father and their God. Susser them never to renounce thy Covenant: Sanctifie them by thy Spirit: Let our Instructions not only serve to inlighten their Minds, but to sanctifie their Hearts, and to be the Rule of their Life, to the end that these Children may be one Day of the Number of the truly Faithful of thy Church, and of the Blessed in> Heaven, through Jesus Christ. Amen.

( A Lmighty God, who hast promised to hear the Petitions of themj"\^ that ask in thy Son's Name •, we beseech Thee mercifully to in> cline thine Ears to us that have made now our Prayers and Supplications unto Thee, and grant that those Things which we have faithfully asked, according to thy Will, may effectually be obtained, to the Relief of oor Necessity, and to the setting forth of thy Glory, thro? Jesos Christ our Lord. Amen.

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