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A TABLE to find Easter-Day, from the year 1900,
to the Year 2199, inclusive.
Golden Day of the Sundays Golden Day of the Sunday THE Golden Num. Num. Month. Letter. Num. Month. Letter.
bers in the fore14 March 22
going Calendar, will
April 8 3 23
point out the days of the 9
Paschal Full Moons, till 24 15
the year of our Lord 11
1900 ; at which time, 12
in order that the Eccle19
siastical Full Moons 8 28
may fall nearly on the
15 16 30
same days with the
16 5 31
real Full Moons, the 17
Golden Numbers must April 1
be removed to different 13 2
days of the Calendar, 2 3
las done in the an
nexed Table, which 22
contains so much of the 23
Calendar then to be 18 7
used, as is necessary 25
for finding the Paschal Full Moons, and the Feast of Easter, from the year 1900, to the Year 2199, inclusive. This Table is to be made use of, in all respects, as the first Table, before inserted for finding Easter, till the Year 1899.
GENERAL TABLES for finding the Dominical or Sunday Letter, and
the Places of the Golden Numbers in the Calendar.
To find the Dominical
or Sunday Letter for any given Year of our Lord, add to the Year its fourth part, omitting fractions, and also the Number, which, in Table I. slandeth ai the top of the Column wherein the number of hundreds contained in that given Year is found, Divide the sum by 7, and if there be no remainder, then A. is the Sunday Letter ; but if any Num | ber remain, then the Letter which standech under that Nuniber at the top of the Table, is the Sunday Letter.
To find the Month and day of the 2 31 2 301 2 3
Month to which the Golden
Numbers ought to be prefixed in the Years of Years of Years of
Calendar in any given year of our ourLord ourLord our Lord
Lord, consisting of entire hundred B 1600 O|B! 4000
10B 6400 20 years, and in all the intermediate 1700 1 4100 11 6500
21 years betwixt that and the next hun. 1800 1 4200 12 6600 22 dredth year following, look in the se. 1900
4300 12 6700 23 cond column of Table II. for the giv. B 2000 2 B 4400
12 BI 6800 22 en year, consisting of entire hun. 2100 21 4500 13 6900 123 dreds; and note the number or cy 2200 3 4600 13 7000 24 pher which stands against it in the 2300
4700 14 7100 24 third column; then in Table III. look B 2400 3B 4800 14|BI 7200 24 for the same number in the column 2500
4900 14 7300 125 under any given Golden Number, 2600
5000 15 7400 25 which when you have found, guide 2700 5100 16 7500
26 your eye sideways to the left hand, B 2800 5 BL 5200 15B 7600 26 and in the first column you will find 2900
5300 16 7700 26 the month and the day to which that 3000
5400 17 7800 27 Golden Number ought to be pre3100
5500 17 7900 28 fixed in the Calendar, during thay B 3200 B5600 117||B 8000 27 period of one hundred years. 3300 5700 181
28 The Letter B prefixed to certain 3400 81 5800 18 8200 29 hundredth years in Table II. denotes
3500 9 5900 19 8300 29 those years which are still to be acВ 3600 8 B 6000 19B 8400 29 counted Bissextile or Leap Years in
3700 9 6100 191 8500 o the new Calendar ; whereas all the 3800 101 6200 20 &c.
other hundredth years are to be ac. 3900 101 6300 21
counted only common years.
THE GOLDEN NUMBERS.
22 D 9 20 112 23 4 15 26 7 18 29 10 21 13 24 16\27||
с 15 26 7 18 29 10/21 2 13 24 5 16 27 8 19 0 11 22
31 F 18|29|10|21|2|13|24| 5|16|27| 8/19011122) 31425 April 1 G 19 0 11 22 3 14|256 17 28 9 20 1/12 23 4 15 26
А 20] 1 12/23 15 26 7 18 29 10 211 213 24 5/16 3 B 21 2 13 24 5 16 27 8/19 0 11 22 3 14251 6 17 28 9 4
22 31425| 6|17|28| 91201 1/12|23| 4|15|26| 7|18|29|10| 5
123| 4|15|26| 7|1829/10/21 2|13|24| 5|16|27| 8|19| 0 11 6
24! 5 16/27 8/19 0 11 22 3!1425 6|17|28| 9 20 1 12 7
25 617|289 20 1 12 23 4 15 26 7 18 29 10 21 2/13 8 G 26 7 18 29 10 21 2 13 24 5 1627 819 0 11 22 14
A 127 1191 o11223|14|25| 6|17|289/201 1112/23 10 B 1281 9120 1/12/23 4 15 26 7|18|29|10|21|2|13|24| 5| 11 с 29 10.21 213 24 5 16 27 8/19] 0 11 22 3 14.25 617 12 D 0 11 22 3 1425 617 28 9 20 1/12 23 4 15 26 13 E 1 12 23 4 15 26 7 18 29 10/21 2 13 24| 5|16|27 8/19 141 F 2 13|24| 5|16|27| 81191 oli1122 3 14 25 17|28| 9120 15 G 314|25| 6|17|28| 9:20 112|23) 4115126 718,29 1021 16 A 4 15 26 7 18 29 10 21 2 13 24 5 16 27 8119 011.22 17 B 516 271 8119 0 11 22 31425 61728 9201 112 23 17 B
7/18/29 1021) 213 24 18 с 6|17|281 9/2011 121231 4 15/26 18 с | 7|18|29|10|21|2|13|24| 5|16|27| 8|19|0|11 1221 3114 125
DAILY MORNING PRAYER.
1 The Minister shall begin the MORNING PRAYER, by reading one or more of the following
Sentences of Scripture.
THE LORD is in his holy the LORD your God; for he is temple ; let all the earth keep gracious and merciful, slow to silence before him. Hab. ii. 20. anger, and of great kindness,
From the rising of the sun and repenteth him of the evil. even unto the going down of Joel ii. 13. the same, my name shall be To the LORD our God begreat among the Gentiles; and long mercies and forgivenesses, in every place incense shall be though we have rebelled against offered unto my name, and a him; neither have we obeyed pure offering : for my name the voice of the LORD our God, shall be great among the Hea- to walk in his laws which he then, saith the LORD of hosts. set before us. Dan. ix. 9, 10. Mal. i. 11.
O LORD, correct me, but with Let the words of my mouth, judgment; not in thine anger, and the meditation of my heart, lest thou bring me to nothing. be alway acceptable in thy sight, Jer. x. 24. Ps. vi. 1. O LORD, my strength and my Repent ye; for the kingdom Redeemer. Ps. xix. 14.
of heaven is at hand. St. Matt. When the wicked man turn- iii. 2. eth away from his wickedness I will arise, and go to my that he hath committed, and father, and will say unto him; doeth that which is lawful and Father, I have sinned against right, he shall save his soul heaven, and before thee, and am alive. Ezek. xviii. 27.
no more worthy to be called I acknowledge my transgres- thy son. St. Luke xv. 18, 19. sions ; and my
sin is ever be- Enter not into judgment with fore me. Ps. li. 3.
thy servant, O LORD; for in Hide thy face from my sins; thy sight shall no man living and blot out all mine iniquities. be justified. Ps. cxliii. 2. Ps. li. 9.
If we say that we have no sin, The sacrifices of God are a we deceive ourselves, and the broken spirit; a broken and a truth is not in us; but if we contrite heart, O God, thou wilt confess our sins, God is faithnot despise. Ps. li. 17. ful and just to forgive us our
Rend your heart and not sins, and to cleanse us from all your garments, and turn unto unrighteousness. 1 John i. 8, 9
1 Then the Minister shall say, no health in us. But thou, o DEARLY beloved brethren, LORD, have mercy upon us, the Scripture moveth us, in miserable offenders. Spare thou sundry places, to acknowledge those, O God, who confess their and confess our manifold sins faults. Restore thou those who and wickedness, and that we are penitent; According to thy, should not dissemble nor cloak promises declared unto manthem before the face of Al- kind, in CHRIST JEsus our mighty God, our heavenly Fa- Lord. And grant, О most merther, but confess them with an ciful Father, for his sake; That humble, lowly, penitent, and we may hereafter live a godly, obedient heart; to the end that righteous, and sober life; To we may obtain forgiveness of the glory of thy holy name. the same, by his infinite good- Amen. ness and mercy. And although The Declaration of Absolution, or Remis we ought, at all times, humbly sion of Sins; to be made by the Priest alone, to acknowledge our sins before standing; the People still kneeling. God; yet ought we chiefly so ALMIGHTY God, the Fato do, when we assemble and ther of our Lord Jesus Christ, meet together, to render thanks who desireth not the death of a for the great benefits that we sinner, but rather that he may have received at his hands, to turn from his wickedness and set forth his most worthy praise, live, hath given power and comto hear his most holy word, mandment to his ministers to and to ask those things which declare" and pronounce to his are requisite and necessary, as people, being penitent, the Ab well for the body as the soul. solution and Remission of their Wherefore, I pray and beseech sins. He pardoneth and abyou, as many as are here pre- solveth all those who truly resent, to accompany me, with a pent, and unfeignedly believe pure heart and humble voice, his holy Gospel. Wherefore, unto the throne of the heavenly let us beseech him to grant us grace, saying
true repentance, and his Holy T A general Confession, to be said by the Spirit ; that those things may whole Congregation after the Minister, all please him which we do at kneeling.
this present, and that the rest ALMIGHTY and most mer- of our life hereafter may be ciful Father; We have erred pure and holy; so that at the and strayed from thy ways like last we may come to his eternal lost sheep. We have followed joy, through JESUS CHRIST our too much the devices and de- Lord. sires of our own hearts. We The People shall answer here, and at the have offended against thy holy end of every Prayer, Amen. laws. We have left undone
T Or this. those things which we ought to ALMIGHTY GOD, our heahave done; And we have done venly Father, who, of his great those things which we ought mercy, hath promised forgivenot to have done : And there is ness of sins to all those who,
with hearty repentance and joice in the strength of our true faith, turn unto him; have salvation. mercy upon you, pardon and Let us come before his predeliver you from all your sins, sence with thanksgiving, and confirm and strengthen you in show ourselves glad in him all goodness, and bring you to with psalms. everlasting life, through Jesus For the LORD is a great God; CHRIST our Lord. Amen. and a great King above all gods. T Then the Minister shall kneel, and
In his hand are all the corLord's Prayer ; the People still kneeling, ners of the earth; and the and repeating it with him, both here, and where oever else it is used in Divine Ser: strength of the hills is his also. vice.
The sea is his, and he made OUR Father, who art in hea- it; and his hands prepared the ven, Hallowed be thy Name; dry land. Thy kingdom come; Thy will O come, let us worship, and be done on earth, as it is in fall down, and kneel before the heaven; Give us this day our Lord our Maker. daily bread; And forgive us our For he is the Lord our God; trespasses, as we forgive those and we are the people of his who trespass against us; And pasture, and the sheep of his lead us not into temptation; But hand. deliver us from evil: for thine O worship the LORD in the is the Kingdom, and the Power, beauty of holiness ; let the and the Glory, for ever and whole earth stand in awe of ever. Amen.
him. Then likewise he shall say,
For he cometh, for he cometh O LORD, open thou our lips;
to judge the earth ; and with Ans. And our mouth shall righteousness to judge the show forth thy praise.
world, and the people with his
truth. | Here, all standing up, the Minister shall
Glory be to the FATHER, and Then shall follow a Portion of the Psalms, to the Son, and to the Holy
as they are appointed, or one of the Selec.
tions of Psalms set forth by this Church : Ghost;
and at the end of every Psalm, and likewise Ans. As it was in the begin
at the end of the Venite, Benedicite, Jubi.
late, Benedictus, Cantate Domino, Bonum ning, is now, and ever shall be,
est confiteri, Deus misereatur, Benedic world without end.
Anima mea—MAY be said or sung the
Gloria Patri ; and at the end of the whole Min. Praise ye the LORD.
Portion, or Selection of Psalms for the day, Ans. The LORD's name be SHALL be said or sung the Gloria Patri, praised.
or else the Gloria in Excelsis, as follow| Then shall be said or sung the following
Gloria in Excelsis. Anthem ; except on those days for which other Anthems are appointed ; and except GLORY be to God on high, also, when it is used in the course of the Psalms, on the nineteenth day of the and on earth peace, good will
towards men. We praise thee,
. Venite, erultemus Domino.
we bless thee, we worship thee, O COME, let us sing untowe glorify thee, we give thanks the Lord, let us heartily re-l to thee for thy great glory, O