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1604 S. L. SAINT MICHAEL AND ALL SAINT MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS.

ANGELS.

The Collect.

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hast ordained and constituted hast ordained and constituted the services of Angels and men in a the services of all Angels and men wonderful order; Mercifully grant, in a wonderful order; Mercifully that as thy holy Angels alway do grant that they which alway do thee thee service in heaven, so by thy service in heaven, may by thy appointment they may succour and appointment succour and defend us defend us on earth; through Jesus in earth, through Jesus Christ our Christ our Lord. Amen.

Lord.'
For the Epistle. Rev. xij. 7. The Epistle. Apoc. 12. 7.
THERE was war, &c.

WHERE was a great battle, &c. hath but a short time.

he hath but a short time. The Gospel. S. Matth. xviij. 1. The Gospel. Matt. 18. 1.

T the same time came, &c. ... T the same time came, &c. ... which is in heaven.

which is in heaven.

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SAINT LUKE THE EVAN

GELIST.

SAINT LUKE THE EVAN

GELIST.

The Collect,

The Collect.
LMIGHTY God, who calledst

Luke the Physician, whose calledst? Luke the Physician, praise is in the Gospel, to be an whose praise is in the Gospel, to Evangelist and Physician of the be a Physician of the soul; 'it may soul ; May it please thee, that, by please thee by the wholesome medithe wholesome medicines of the cines of his doctrine to heal all the doctrine delivered by him, all the diseases of our souls, through thy diseases of our souls may be healed; Son Jesus Christ our Lord. through the

merits of thy Son Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. The Epistle. 2 Tim. iv. 5. The Epistle. 2 Tim. 4. 5. ATCH thou, &c. hath greatly withstood

hath greatly withstood our words.

words. The Gospel. S. Luke x. 1. The Gospel. Luke 10. 1.

HE Lord appointed, &c. ...... of his hire.

W , our

WATCH ,

T'Worthy of his hire.
"HE Lord appointed, &c..... Tworthy of his reward

" Amen. (S. L.]

· Saint Luke (S. L.) 3 Grant we beseech thee, that by the wholesome medicines of his doctrine

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Laudate, pueri. Ps. cxiij.
The Collect.

The Collect.
VERLASTING God, which hast ordained and constituted the

services of all Angels and men in a wonderful order ; Mercifully grant, that they which alway do thee service in heaven, may by thy appointment succour and defend us in earth ; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

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The Epistle. Apoc. 12. THERE was a great battle, &c. ... ... ... he hath but a short time.

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The Gospel. Matt. 18.
T the same time came, &c. ......... which is in heaven.

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SAINT LUKE THE EVAN

GELIST.

SAINT LUKE EVANGELIST.
Super flumina. Ps. cxxxvij.

The Collect,

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is in the Gospel, to be a Physician of the soul; it may please thee, by the wholesome medicines of his doctrine, to heal all the diseases of our souls; through thy Son “Jesu Christ our Lord.

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The Epistle. 2 Tim. 4.
ATCH thou, &c. ... ... ... hath greatly withstood our words.

The Gospel. Luke 10.
THE Lord appointed, &c. ..... worthy of his reward.

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all the diseases of our souls may be healed, through thy Son Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. (S. L.) our Lord, &c. [1552) (1549)

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1662 SAINT SIMON AND SAINT

JUDE, APOSTLES.

1604 S. L. SIMON AND JUDE APOSTLES.

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The Collect.

The Collect. ALMIGHTY God, who hast built thy ? Church upon the foun

dation of the Apostles and Prophets, Jesus Christ himself being the head corner-stone; Grant us so to be joined together in unity of spirit by their doctrine, that we may be made an holy temple acceptable sunto thee; through Jesus Christ our Lord. *Amen. The Epistle. S. Jude i.

The Epistle. Jude 1. UDE, the servant of, &c.

UDAS, the servant of, &c. ...... speak evil of dignities.

speak evil of them that are in

authority. The Gospel. S. John xv. 17. The Gospel. John 15. 17. things I command you,

THIS command I

you,

&c. ..... &c. from the beginning.

from the beginning.

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ALL SAINTS' DAY.

ALL SAINTS. (1604) ALL SAINTS' DAY. [S. L.]

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The Collect.

The Collect. ALMIGHTY God, who hast knit together thine elect in one

communion and fellowship, in the mystical body of thy Son Christ our Lord ; Grant us grace so to follow thy Oblessed Saints in all virtuous and godly living, that we may come to those unspeakable joys, which thou hast prepared for them that unfeignedly love thee, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. For the Epistle. Rev. vij. 2. The Epistle. Apoc. 7. 2.

ND I saw another, &c.
for ever and ever. Amen.

&c. for evermore. Amen. The Gospel. S. Matth. v. 1. The Gospel. Matt. 5. 1. ESUS seeing the multitudes, ESUS seeing the people, &c.

&c. ....... the prophets which the prophets which were before were before you.

you.

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BEHOLP:t Jobermaw. another,

" Almighty God, which hast builded (1604) [S. L.) congregation (1604) 3 to thee (1604)

• Ainen omitted (1604) s Almighty God, which bast knit together thy, &c. (1001) [S. L.] 6 holy (1604] [S. L.]

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1549 SIMON AND JUDE APOSTLES. SIMON AND JUDE APOSTLES.

Laudate Dominum. Ps. cl. The Collect.

The Collect. LMIGHTY God, which hast builded 'thy congregation upon the

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being the head corner-stone; Grant us so to be joined together in unity of spirit by their doctrine, that we may be made an holy temple acceptable to thee; through Jesu Christ our Lord. 8Amen.

The Epistle. Jude 1. UDAS, the servant of, &c. speak evil of them that are in

authority.

JUD

The Gospel. John 15. THIS

THIS command I you, &c. ... ... ... from the beginning.

ALL SAINTS.

ALL SAINTS.

Proper Lessons at Matins.
The First Lesson, Sapi. iij. unto
Blessed is rather the barren.

The Second Lesson, Hebr. xi. xij. Saints by faith subdued, unto If ye endure chastising.

At the Communion. Cantate Domino. Ps. cxlix.

The Collect.

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munion and fellowship, in the mystical body of thy Son Christ our Lord; Grant us grace so to follow thy holy saints in all virtues and godly living, that we may come to those 'inspeakable joys, which thou hast prepared for 10them that unfeignedly love thee, " through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. The Epistle. Apoc. 7.

for evermore. Amen.

BEHOLD, I John saw another, &c.

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The Gospel. Matt. 5. ESUS seeing the people, &c. ... ... ... the prophets which were before

you.

Proper Lessons at Trensong The First Lesson, Sapi.' v. unto His jealousy also.

The Second Lesson, Apoca. xix. un'o And I saw an Angel stand.

? the congregation (1549] Amen omitted (1552] [1549] unspeakable (1549)

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So many as intend to be partakers of the holy Communion shall signify their names

to the ?('urate, at least sometime the to the Curate orer night, or else in the duy before.

morning afore the beginning of Morning

Prayer, or immediately after". And if any of those be an open and noto And if any of those be an open and noto.

rivus erillirer, or hare done any wrong rious eril lirer, so that the 3 Congregato his neighbours by word or deed, so tion by him is offended, or have done that the Congregation be therehy of any wrong to his neighbours by rond or tended; the Curute huring knowledge deu; the ? Curate haring knurledge theriol, shall cull him and adccrtise thereof, shall call him and adrertise him, that in any wise he presume not him, in any wise not to *presume to to come to the Lord's Table witil he the Lord's Table, until he hath oponly declared hinself to hure truly repental and amended his former naughty life, that the 3 Congregation may thereby be satisfied, which before were offended; and that he shath recompenseu the partics, 7 to whom he huth done utong ; or at least

declure himself to be in full purpose so to do, us soon as he conveniently may. The same order shall the ? Curate use with those betwirt whom he perecireth maline

and hatral to reign; not suffering them to be partukors of the Loril's Table, until he know them to be reconciled. And if one of the parties so at rarionce le content to forgire from the bottom of his heart all thut the other hath trespassed against him, and to make amends for that he himself hath offended ; and the other partu will not be persunded to a godly unity, but remain still in his frouardness and malice; the Minister in that case ought to admit the poitint person to the noii Communion, and not him thut is obstinate'. , munion, and not him that is obstinades Provided that creu llinister so repelling any, as is specified in this or the mrt precerling Paragraph of this Rubrie, shall be obliged to give an account of the same to the Ordinary within fourteen days after at the Jurthest. And the Orilinury shall proceed ang

offinding person according to the Canon. The Table, at the Communion-time during 'The Table, having at the Communion-time

a fuir white linen cloth upon it, shull a fair white linen clothe upon it, shall stund in the body of the Church, or in stand in the boily of the Church, or in the chancel, where Vorning and Erin. | the Chancel, where Morning Praner ing Prayer are appointed to be said, and Erining Prayer be appointed to be and the Priest standing at the North said. And the Priest standing at the side of the Tulc shall say; the Lord's Worth side of the Tabli shull son the Prayer, with the Collect föllnuing, the Lord's Prayer with this collect follorpeople kneeling

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of (S. L.] ? Presbyter or Curate [S. L.]

3 Church (S. L.] presume to come to the Lord's Table, &c. [S. L.] $ have [1604] [S. L.]

6 afore were (1604) afore was (S. L.] ? whom he hath done wrong unto; or at the least (1604) [S. L.) * Presbyter or Minister (S. L.] The Holy Tuble having at the Communion-lime a Curpet, und a fair white

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