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O F T H E
Church of England,
Examin d and Consider'd j
tJSE and OBSERVANCEN&llf
Earnestly recommended id all its Members^ ac*
Nothing can be called little, which conduces in any Degree,
Directions given by Edmund Lord Bishop of London to
It is too notorious, that the Book of Common Prayer, is very
Bamct's Preface upon the Common Prayert
I wiil "pray with the Spirit, and I will frdy with the Under-
Let all Things be don't decently And in order.
1 Cor. xiv. 15. — 40.'
sprinted for T. Astley, at the Rose in St. Paul's Church-yard j,
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HERE being so many Mistakes daily made in. the Performance of the ordinary Service of our Church, notwithstanding its Rubrick was so carefully drawn up, and distinguistYd by a red Character (and therefore so call'd) as it is still printed, in a different one, as a likely Provision to prevent them;
It may not be altogether unserviceable, so
to point them out, that the strictest Observers
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