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Then shull the people say this that tol Then shull thus anthen be said or sung.

luneth, afle'i the Minister, TURN thou us, 'O good Lord, and so shall we be turned. Be

favourable, O Lord, be favourable to thy people, which turn to thee in weeping, fasting, and praying. For thou art a merciful God, full of compassion, long-suffering, and of a great pity. Thou sparest when we deserve punishment; and in thy wrath thinkest upon mercy. Spare thy people, good Lord, spare them, and let not thy heritage be brought to confusion. Hear us, (O Lord) for thy mercy is great, and after the multitude of

thy mercies look upon us.

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ind uiuusul'u the Bishop shall ulibrute the holy Communion in the Church, oi

exttute any other public ministration, he shall hure upon him, bu side his rochutte, it Splice or alle, and cope or listment, and also his pastorai stult in his hund, or

else borne or houlen by his chaplain. 4« touching knucling, crossing, holding up of hands, knocking upon the broust, and other gestures, they mely

be used or left, as crery man's deration serreth, without blame. diseapon (hristmas Day, Easter Day, the Ascension Dull, Ilhit-Sunday, and the

past of the Trinitul, may be used any part of holy Scripture hereafter to be dr.

tuimtu limitri and appointed, in the stead of the Litunu. If there be al sermon, up for other great cause, the Curuti hu his discretion may lemer

out the Lilan, Gloria in Excelsis, the Creed, thu llomilit, and the Lxhortation to thi Communimi.

FINIS.

Imprinted at London in Fleet Street, at the sign of the Sun over against the Conduit, by Edward Whitchurche, The fourth day of

May, the year of our Lord, 1549.

The King's Majesty, by the advice of his most dear uncle the Lord Prolector, and other his highness' Council, straightly chargeth and commandeth, that no manner of person do sell this present Book unbound above the price of ii. shillings and ii. pence the piece. And the same bound in paste or in boards, not above the price of three shillings and viij. pence the piece. God save the King.

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Forms of Prayer to be used at Sea. The Morning and Erening Serrice to be used daily at Sea, shall be the same which is

appointed in the book of Common Prayer. These tuo following Pruyers are to be also used in his Majesty's Vary crery day.

ETERNAL Lord God, who alone spreadest out the heavens, and

rulest the raging of the sea; who hast compassed the waters with bounds until day and night come to an end; Be pleased to receive into thy Almighty and most gracious protection the persons of us thy servants, and the Fleet in which we se Preserve us from the dangers of the sea, and from the violence of the enemy; that we may be a safeguard unto our most gracious Sovereign Lord, King CHARLES, and his kingdoms, and a security for such as pass on the seas upon their lawful occasions; that the inhabitants of our Island may in peace and quietness serve thee our God; and that we may return in safety to enjoy the blessings of the land, with the fruits of our labours, and with a thankful remembrance of thy mercies to praise and glorify thy holy Name; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

The Collect. REVENT us, O Lord, in all our doings, with thy most gracious

favour, and further us with thy continual help; that in all our works begun, continued, and ended in thee, we may glorify thy holy Name, and finally by thy mercy obtain everlasting life; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

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Prayers to be used in Storms at Sca.

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winds blow, and lift up the waves of the sea, and who stillest the rage thereof; We thy creatures, but miserable sinners, do in this our

According to the last Translation in King James his time. Pointed as they shall

be said or sung throughout all the churches of Scotland. [S. L.] · The Psalter is not attached to the Books of [1559] [1552) and (1549];

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great distress cry unto thee for help: Save, Lord, or else we perish. We confess, when we have been safe, and seen all things quiet about us, we have forgot thee our God, and refused to hearken to the still voice of thy word, and to obey thy commandments : But now we see, how terrible thou art in all thy works of wonder ; the great God to be feared above all : And therefore we adore thy Divine Majesty, acknowledging thy power, and imploring thy goodness. Help, Lord, and save us for thy mercy's sake in Jesus Christ thy Son, our Lord. Amen.

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MOST glorious and gracious Lord God, who dwellest in heaven,

but beholdest all things below; Look down, we beseech thee, and hear us, calling out of the depth of misery, and out of the jaws of this death, which is ready now to swallow us up : Save, Lord, or else we perish. The living, the living, shall praise thee. O send thy word of command to rebuke the raging winds, and the roaring sea ; that we, being delivered from this distress, may live to serve thee, and to glorify thy Name all the days of our life. Hear, Lord, and save us, for the infinite merits of our blessed Saviour, thy Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.

The Prayer to be said lefore a Fighi at Sia against any I nemy.

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rulest and commandest all things ; Thou sittest in the throne judging right, and therefore we make our address to thy Divine Majesty in this our necessity, that thou wouldest take the cause into thine own hand, and judge between us and our enemies. Stir up thy strength, O Lord, and come and help us ; for thou givest not alway the battle to the strong, but canst save by many or by few. O let not our sins now cry against us for vengeance; but hear us thy poor servants begging mercy, and imploring thy help, and that thou wouldest be a defence unto us

nor is it mentioned, in the Table of Contents, either in the Book of (1604) or [S. L.]

1662 against the face of the enemy. Make it appear that thou art our Saviour and mighty Deliverer; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Short Prayers for single persons, that cannot moet to join in Prayer avík oflicie, by

Trason of the Fight, or Storm,

General Pracy's.
ORD, be merciful to us sinners, and save us for thy mercy's sake.

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deliver us for thy Name's sake.

Thou art the great God to be feared above all : O save us, that we may praise thee.

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preral Prayers with respect to the Enemy. HOU, O Lord, art just and powerful : 0) defend our cause against

the face of the enemy. O God, thou art a strong tower of defence to all that flee unto thee : O save us from the violence of the enemy.

O Lord of hosts, fight for us, that we may glorify thee.
O suffer us not to sink under the weight of our sins, or the violence

of the enemy.

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O Lord, arise, help us, and deliver us for thy Name's sake.

Short Prayers in respect of a Storm. THOU, O Lord, that stillest the raging of the sea, hear, hear us, and

save us, that we perish not. O blessed Saviour, that didst save thy disciples ready to perish in a storm, hear us, and save us, we beseech thee.

Lord, have mercy upon us.
Christ, have mercy upon us.
Lord, have mercy upon us.
O Lord, hear us.
O Christ, hear us.

God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Ghost, have mercy upon us, save us now and evermore. Amen.

UR Father, which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy Name. Thy

Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, As we forgive them that trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation ; But deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, the power, and the glory, For ever and ever. Amen. then there shall be imminent danger, as many as can be sparad from nooossey 505 rica in the Ship shall be called Ingether, and make a humble Confession of their into (tunt: In which crery one ought seriously to reflect upon those particular sins of which his conscience shull accuse him, saying as followeth,

The Confession.
LMIGHTY God, Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, Maker of all

things, Judge of all men ; We acknowledge and bewail our mani. fold sins and wickedness, which we, from time to time, most grievously have committed, by thought, word, and deed, against thy divine Majesty, provoking most justly thy wrath and indignation against us. We do

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1662 earnestly repent, And be heartily sorry for these our misdoings; the remembrance of them is grievous unto us; the burden of them is intolerable. Have mercy upon us, have mercy upon us, most merciful Father; for thy Son our Lord Jesus Christ's sake, forgive us all that is past; and grant that we may ever hereafter serve and please thee in newness of life, to the honour and glory of thy Name; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. Then shall the Priest, if there be any in the Ship, pronounce this Absolution, LMIGHTY God, our heavenly Father, who of his great mercy

hath promised forgiveness of sins to all them which with hearty repentance and true faith turn unto him; Have mercy upon you ; pardon and deliver you from all your sins ; confirm and strengthen you in all goodness, and bring you to everlasting life; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

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THANKSGIVING AFTER A STORM.

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Jubilate Deo. * Psalm lxvi.
Confitemini Domino. Psalm cvii.

Collects of Thunksgiring.
MOST blessed and glorious Lord God, who art of infinite good-

ness and mercy; We thy poor creatures, whom thou hast made and preserved, holding our souls in life, and now rescuing us out of the jaws of death, humbly present ourselves again before thy Divine Majesty, to offer a sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving, for that thou heardest us when we called in our trouble, and didst not cast out our prayer, which we made before thee in our great distress : even when we gave all for lost, our ship, our goods, our lives, then didst thou mercifully look upon us, and wonderfully command a deliverance ; for which we, now being in safety, do give all praise and glory to thy holy Name, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Or this.
MOST mighty and gracious good God, thy mercy is over all thy

works, but in special manner hath been extended toward us, whom thou hast so powerfully and wonderfully defended. Thou hast shewed us terrible things, and wonders in the deep, that we might see how powerful and gracious a God thou art; how able and ready to help them that trust in thee. Thou hast shewed us how both winds and seas obey thy command; that we may learn even from them hereafter to obey thy voice, and to do thy will. We therefore bless and glorify thy Name for this thy mercy in saving us, when we were ready to perish. And we beseech thee, make us as truly sensible now of thy mercy, as we were then of the danger; and give us hearts always ready to express our thankfulness, not only by words, but also by our lives, in being more obedient to thy holy commandments. Continue, we beseech thee, this thy goodness to us; that we, whom thou hast saved, may serve thee in holiness and righteousness all the days of our life, through Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour. Amen.

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| This Psalın, with the Doxology, is printed at full length in [1062]

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