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.: Published by Authority.

To all devout Chriftians. D E pleased to observe, that the preference, which

D the truly pious and judicious have given to this: · New Week's Preparation, has lately tempted several

Booksellers to reprint Keble's OLD Week's Preparation, with an Engraved Title-page, and a new Print before it, so as to make that Old Book somewhat resemble this New Week's Preparation to the eye of the purchaser: and therefore the public are desired to be careful, that they have not that Old Book imposed upon them for the future, instead of this New Week's Preparation, which is published by the King's Authority, and is, by Afflignment from the Executors of the late Mr. Wicksteed; printed ONLY for John Hinton, at the King's Arms, in Paternofter Row, near Warwick Lane, LONDON.

Beware also of a Book intitled, The New Week's Prepara. tion for tbe wortby receiving of the Lord's Supper, IMPROVED, &c. (pretended to be printed at GLASGOW, LONDON, and several other Places) which for some Time past has been sold in and about MANCHESTER, and has been published, as it is presumed, with the same lucrative Viewus, as that above mentioned,

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Engraved and Printed only for J.Hinton accorling la

an Act of Parliament.

Week's Preparation Loads Supper,

For a Worlıy receiving of the

AND

As
· Recommended and Appointed

By the
CHURCH OF ENGLAND;

Confisting of MEDITATIONS and PRAYERS for the Morning and Evening of every Day in the Week

WITH
FORMs of Exanination and Confeffion of Sins

. AND A Companion at the Altar, Directing the Communicantin his Bebavicurand Devotions at the LORDS TABLE

ALSO MEDITATIONS to enable us to live well

after receiving the HOLY SACRAMENT.

To which are added
A Morning KEvming-Prayer for the clofitorFamily, &c.

The Thirty-third Edition.
LONDON: Printed by Assigoment from the

Ereculors of the late EDWP WICKSTEED, for fro Hinton, in Paternoster Row, nearWarwick Lane.

GEORGE R

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cod, King of Great Britain

E ORGE the second, by the Grace of God, King of Great Britaina
France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c. To all to whomi

these Presents thall come, Greeting : WHEREAS Our Trusty and Well beloved Edward Wickseed, of our City of London, Bookfeller, hach humbly represented to us, That he is w Printing a New Edition (with Improvements) of a Work, Entitled, * **** The New Week's Preparation for a Worthy Receiving of

The LORD's Supper, as recommended and appointed by the Church of England, &6. In two parts. AND whereas the said Edward Wicksteed has informed us, that the said Work has been perfected with great Labour, Study, and Expence. He has therefore humbly prayed Us to grant to him the said Edward Wick heelt, Our Royal Privilege, Licence, and AUTHORITY, for the SOLE Printing Publishing, and Vending the said Work, in as ample Manner and Form as has ever been done in Cases of the like Nature.

We being graciously inclined to give all due Encouragement to Works that may be

Of Public Use and Benefit, it and especially to those of this kind, which fo greatly tend to the Advancement of Religion, and the general Good and Benefit of Mankind, ARE pleased to condescend to his Request, and DO by these Presents as far as may be agreeable to the Statute in that Case made and provided) give and grant to the laid Ed. ward Wicksteed, his Execútars, Administrators, and Alligns, full Power, Lj. cence, Privilege, and fole AUTHORITY, for the SOLE Printing, Publibing, and Vending the said work, together with all and all manner of Amendments, Corrections, Alterations, and Additions of or to the fame; and Our express Willand Pleasure is, and we do hereby ftri&ly charge, command, and pro hibit all and every person and Persons whatsoever, within Our Dominions, that they, nor any or either of them, presume in any manner of wife to reprint, abridge, or extraEl the same, or any Part or Parts thereof, either in the like, or in any other Form, or Forms, Volume, or Volumes whatsoever ; OR to import, buy, vend, utter or distribute, any. Copies thereof, or of any part or Parts thereof, that are or shall be printed or reprinted beyond the Seas, with. out the AUTHORITY, Consent, or Approbation of the said Edward Wicksteed, His Executors, Administrators, or Aligns, by Writing under his or their Hands and Seals first had and obtained, as they and every of them offending herein will incur our Royal Indignation and Displeasure, and fuch other Pains and Penalties as by the Laws and Statutes of Our Realms may be infli&ied. WHEREOF the Commisioners and other Officers of our customs, the Mafter, Wardens, and Company of Stationers of London, and all other Officers, Mini. fters, and others, whom it may concern, are to take Notice, that a Atriat Obedience be given to our Pleasure herein signified. Given at our Court at St. James's, &c.

** His Majesty's Command.

HOLLES NEWCASTLE,

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The Preface. | The Week's Preparation.

I Eble's week's preparation ex- C Jaculations when we awake. I

ceeding faulty. Page 11 E - when we arife. I

A few instances of the many lend and

scandalsus expressions in Kible's For Monday.

week's preparation.

ül

Such language fitter for a senival is. A meditation for the morning. 3

so than a worshipper of the all A prayer for the morning.

gure, and all-krowing God. üi A meditation for the evening.

bihop Stilling fleet's testimony a. A prayer before examination. 12

saint that way of worship. ii Directions concerning examinati-

The way of worthip made use of in on,

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Keble's week's preparation has
greatly contributed towards the A form of Examination, viz.

decay of cbriftian piag. il

Many bonest and well-meaning chri-

mechi 1 Of our duty towards God. 15

ftians have been thrown into del 2 our neighbour,

Spair by it.

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towards one's felf. 22

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if a child,

It has served to bring Religion into 4

ridicule and contempi, and to bar-

if a parent, -

den the wicked and unthinking

if a brother or Gifter. 27

if a wife.

part of mankind against the firfle

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efforts of refermation.

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if a husband.

- if a scrvant,

The line of God, as taught by Ke-1.9

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ble's week's preparation, veryl !

- ifa rsafteror mistress, 29
different from that taught us byl!

- if a magiftrate,
Crif bimself, and by St. Jobr. va profelt

A profession of godly sorrow for

The prayers and meditations in this:

New Week's Preparation arel

Ejaculations, i

such as can be warranted from A prayer of refignation to the wiú

rbe werd of God itself.

vill of God,

Bishop Flietwood's testimony -JA prayer to conclude our devotions

for every day.

gainst the manner of worship!..

made use of in Keble's week's Ejaculations at going to bed.

preparation.

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i An account of this work. Povil For Tuesday.

The duty of frequent communicat- A meditation for the morning.

ing.

** vil A prayer for the morning.

The obligations for preparing our. A meditation for the evening.

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felves for the Lord's supper, vi A prayer for the evening.
The communion office must be

carefully attended to.. viii ; For Wednesday.

The usefulness of aftual prepara-

tion,

- ix A meditation for the morning. 50

Dr. Waterlard's commendation of A confession of sins.

the Week's. Preparatior.'. ix A prayer for God's mercy,

The warning on Sunday before the A meditation for the evening.

most holy sacrament,

x| A prayer for the evening.

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