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Ele eternal Joy, through Jesus Christ in the ordinary course of the Psalms, sur Lord.

on the nineteenth day of the month. 1 The People shall answer here, and at

Cantate Domino. Psal. xcviii. the end of every Prayer, Amen. O SING unto the Lord a new 1 Or this.

song; for he hath done marvel

lous things ALMIGHTY God, our heavenly Father, who, of his great mercy, with his holy arm, hath he gotten

With his own right hand, and bath promised forgiveness of sins to

himself the victory. all those who, with hearty Repent

The Lord declared his salvation ; ance and true Faith, turn unto him; his righteousness hath he openly ikel

iare merey upon you, pardon and showed in the sight of the headeliver you from all your sins, con

then. Grm and strengthen you in all good

He hath remembered his mercy ness, and vring you to everlasting and truth toward the house of Israel: life, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

and all the ends of the world have

seen the salvation of our God. 1 Then the Minister shall kneel, and Show yourselves joyful unto the say the Lord's Prayer; the People Lord, a'i ye lands; sing, rejoice, still kneeling, and repeating it with bim, both here, and wheresoever else

and give thanks. it is used in Divine Service.

| Praise the Lord upon the harp;

sing to the harp with a psalm of OUR Father, who art in Heaven, Hallowed be thy name; Thy

thanksgiving.

With trumpets alsu'and shawms, Kingdom come; Thý Will be done o show yourselves joyful before the on Earth, as it is in Heaven; Lord the King. Give us this day our daily bread; Let the sea make a noise ang And forgive us our trespasses, as all that therein is, the round world we forgive those who trespass and they that dwell therein. against us; And lead us not into

Let the floods clap their hands, temptation ; But deliver us from and let the hills be joyful together eril: For thine is the Kingdom, and before the Lord'; for he cometh to the Power, and the Glory, for ever judge the earth. and ever. Amen.

With righteousness shall he
1 Then likewise he shall say, judge the world, and the people
O Lord, open thou our lips ; with equity.
Ans. And our mouth shall show

Or this.
Thus forth thy praise.

Bonum est confiteri. Psal. xcii. * Here, all standing up, the Minister 1 This a good thing to give thanks Glory be to the Father, and to unto thy name, O Most Highest ; the Son, and to the Holy Ghost;

To tell of thy loving-kindness Ans. As it was in the begiıning: truth in the night season;

carly in the morning, and of thy now,

and ever shall be, world without end.

Upon an instrument of ten Min. Praise ye the Lord.

strings, and upon the lute; upon Ins. The Lord's name be praised. a loud instrument, and upon the

harp. 1. Then shall follow a Portion of the For thou, Lord, hast made me Psalms, as they are appointed, or one glad through thý works; and ! of tle Sclections, as they are set forth will rejoice in giving praise for the

by this Church, with the Doxology, operations of thy hands. POSTS ghall be read the first Lesson, accord- 11 Then a Lesson of the New Testahola ing to the Table or Calendar; after

ment, as it is appointed: And after which shall be said or sung the fol- that, shall be sung or said this Psalm owing Psalm, except when it is readl excepton the twelfth day ofthe month

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Deus misereatur. Psal. lxvii. And in Jesus Christ his only Son GOD be merciful unto us and our Lord; Who was conceived by

bless us, and show us the light the Holy Ghost, Born of the Vir of his countenance, and be merciful gin Mary, Suffered under Pontius unto us.

Pilate, Was crucified, dead, and buThat thy way may be known ried; He descended into Hell; The upon earth, thy saving health among third day he rose from the dead; all nations.

He ascended into Heaven, and sitLet the people praise thee, Oteth on the right land of God the God; yea, let all the people praise Father Almighty ; From thence he thee.

shall come to judge the quick and O Let the nations rejoice and be the dead. glad; for thou shalt judge the folk I believe in the Holy Ghost; The righteously, and govern the nations Holy Catholic Church; The Com

munion of Saints; The forgiveness Let the people praise, thee, Oofsins; 'The resurrection of the body, or God; yea, let all the people praise And the life everlasting. Amen. thee. Then shall the earth bring forth

Or this. her increase; and God, even our I BELIEVE in one God, the Fas own God, shall give us his blessing. ther Almighty, Maker of Heaven

God shall bless us; and all the and Earth, and of all things visible ends of the world shall tear him. and invisible: ! Or this.

And in one Lord Jesus Christ, a Benedic, Anima mea. Psal. ciii. the only begotten Son of God, be PRAISE the Lord, O my soul ; gotten of his Father before all

and all that is within me, praise worlds ; God of God, Light of Light, his holy name.

very God of very God, begotten, Praise the Lord, O my soul, and not made, being of one substancó forget not all his benefits; with the Father, by whom all things

Who forgiveth all thy sin, and were made; who for us men, and healeth all thine infirmities;

for our salvation, came down from Who saveth thy life from destruc- Heaven, and was incarnate by the cion, and crowneth thee with mercy Foly Ghost of the Virgin Mary, and loving kindness.

and was made man, and was cruciOpraise the Lord, ye Angels of fied also for us uder Pontius Pilate, his, ye that excel in strength; ye He suffered and was buried, and that fulfil his commandment, and the third day he rose again, accord: hearken unto the voice of his word. ing to the Scriptures, and ascended

O praise the Lord, all ye his into Heaven, and sitteth on the right hosts ; ye servants of his that do hand of the Father; and h shall his pleasure.

come again, with glory, to judge O speak good of the Lord, all ye both the quick and the dead; whose works of his, in all places of his kingdom shall have no end. dominion. Praise thou the Lord, And I believe in the Holy Ghost, O my soul.

the Lord and giver of life, who pro1 Then shall be said the Apostles' Creed ceedeth from the Father and the

by the Minister and the People, stand- Son; who with the Father and tho ing: and any Churches may omit the Son' together is worshipped and words, He descended into Hell, or glorified, who spake by the promay, instead of them, use the words, He went into the place of departea Spi- phets. And I believe one Catholic rits, which are considered as words and Apostolic Church. I acknowof the same meaning in the Creed. ledge one Baptism for the remission I

Almighty, Maker of Heaven and tion of the dead, and the life of the Eartlı:

world to come. Amen.

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1 And after that, these Prayers follow- A Prayer for the Clergy and People.
ing, all devoutly kneeling; the Minis-
ter first pronouncing,

A

LMIGHTY and everlasting The Lord be with you.

God, from whom cometh every Po Ans. And with thy spirit.

good and perfect gift, send down 1 Min. Let us pray.

upon our Bishops and other Clergy, dla । (Lord, show thy mercy upon us.

and
upon

the Congregations comAns. And grant us thy salvation.mitted to their charge, the healthiMin. O God, make clean our

ful spirit of thy grace; and, that liearts within us;

they may truly please thee, pour Ans. And take not thy Holy upon them the continual dew of Spirit from us.

thy blessing: Grant this, O Lord, I Then shall be said the Collect for the Mediator Jesus Christ. Amen.

for the honour of our Advocate and day, and, after that, the Collects and Prayers following

1 A Prayer for all Conditions of Men. SA Collect for Peace.

O GOD, the Creator and PreO GOD, from whom all holy de- server of all mankind, we hum

sires, all good counsels, and bly beseech thee for all sorts and all just works do pror ed; give conditions of men, that thou into thy servants that peace, which wouldest be pleased to make thy the world cannot give; that our ways known into them, thy saving hearts may be set to obey thy com- health. unto all nations. More handments, and also that by thee, especially we pray for thy holy Fe, being defended from the fear Church universal; that it may be four enemies, may pass our time so guided and governed by thy in rest and quietness, through the good Spirit, that all who profess inerits of Jesus Christ our Saviour. and call themselves Christians. Amen.

may be led into the way of truth, L A Collect for Aid against Perils.

and hold the faith in unity of Spirit, O LORD, our heavenly Father, in the bond of peace, and in right

by whose Almighty power we eousness of life. Finally, we com. have been preserved this day; by mend to thy Fatherly goodness, all thy great mercy defend us from all those who are any ways aflicted or perils and dangers of this night, for distressed in mind, body,

or estate ; the love of thy only Son our Sa- that it may please thee to comfort nour Jesus Christ. Amen. and relieve them, according to their FA Prayer for the President of the Uni

several necessities; giving them ted States, and all in Civil Authority patience under their sufferings, and

a happy issue out of all their aflicO LORD, our heavenly Father, tions: And this we beg for Jesus

the high and mighty Ruler of Christ's sake. Amen. the universe, who dost from thy throne behold all the dwellers upon

TT A General Thanksgiving. hermeny most, heartily we beseech ALMIGHTY God, Father of a!!

bless thy servant, The President of servants, do give thee most humble in the United States, and all others in and hearty, thanks for all thy good

authority; and so replenish them ness and loving kindness io us, prith the grace of thy Holy Spirit, and to all men. We bless thee

may always incline to thy for our creation, preservation, and will

, and walk in thy way: Endue all the blessings of this life; but, them plenteously with heavenly above all, for thine inestiinable love gifts ; grant them in health and in the redemption of the world by prosperity long to live; and finally, our Lord Jesus Christ; for the

after this life, to attain everlasting means of grace and for the hope of e joy, and felicity, through Jesus glory. And, we beseech thee, givg

Christ our Lord." Amen. us that due sense of all thy iner

is that they

cies, that our hearts may be un-mon supplications into thice; ang feignedly thankful, and that we dost promise that when two or three may show forth thy praise, not only are gathered together in thy name with our lips, but in our lives; by thou wilt grant their requests; iul. giving up ourselves to thy service, fil now, O Lord, the desires and pe. anu by walking before thee in holi-titions of thy servants, as may be ness and righteousness all our days, nost expcdl!cnt for them granting through Jesus Christ our Lord; to us in this world knowledge of thy whom, with thee and the Holy truth, and in the world to come lije Ghost, be all honour and glory, everlasting. Amen. world without end. Ainen.

2 Cor. xiii. 14. TA Prayer of St. Chrysostom. THE grace of our Lord Jesus

Christ, and the love of God, ALMIGHTY God, who hast and the fellowship of the Kinly

given us grace at this time, Ghost, be with us all evermult, with one accord to make our com- Amen.

Here endeth the order of Evening Prayer.

THE LITANY, Or General Supplication, to be used after Morning Service, on Sundays

Wednesdays, and Fridays.

O

have mercy upon us miserable Lord, spare thy people, whom thou sinners.

hast redeemed with thy most pre O God, the Father of Heaven ; cious blood, and be not angry with have mercy upon us miserable sin-us for ever: ners.

Spare us, good Lord. O God the Son, Redeemer of the 'From all evil and mischief; from world; have mercy upon us miser-sin; from the crafts and assaults of able sinners

the devil; from thy wrath, and froy O God the Son, Redeemer of the everlasting damnation; world; have mercy upon us miser- Good Lord, deliver us. able sinners.

From all blindness of heart; fron O God the Holy Ghost, proceed-pride, vain-glory, and hypocrisy, ing from the Father and the Son; from envy, hatred, and malice, and have mercy upon us miserable sin- all uncharitableness;

Good Lord, deliver us. O God the Holy Ghost, proceed. From all inordinate and sinfe ing froin the Faiher and the Son; affections; and from all the de have mercy upon us miserable sin- ceits of the world, the flesh and th

devil; O Holy, blessed, and glorious Good Lord, deliver its. Trinity, three Persons and one From lightning and tempest, God; have mercy upon us misera- from plague, pestilence, and sa ble sinners.

mine; from battle and inurder, and O Haly, blessed, and glorious from sudden death; Trinity, Three Persons and one Good Lord, deliver us. God; have mercy upon us miserable From all sedition, privy conspisinners.

racy, and rebellion; from all false Remember not, Lord, nur of doctrine, heresy, and schisın; from fences, nor the oflences of our fore- hardness of heart, and contempt of fathers; neither take theu ven- thy Word and Commandment:

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Good Lord, deliver is.

That it may please thee to give By the mystery of thy holy Incar- to all thy people increase of grace, nation ; .by thy holy Nativity and to hear meekly thy Word, and to Circumcision; by thy Baptism, receive it with pure affection, and Fasting, and Temptation; to bring forth the fruits of the Spi Good Lord, deliver us.

rit; By thine Agony and Bloody, We beseech thee to hear us, good

Sweat; by thy Cross and Passion, Lord. ly by thy precious Death and Burial; That it may please thee to bring

bv thy glorious Resurrection and into the way of truth, all such as
Ascension; and by the coming of have erred, and are deceived ;
de Holy Ghost;

We beseech thee to hear us, good
Good Lord, deliver us.

Lord. In all time of our tribulation ; in That it may please thee to all time of our prosperity; in the strengthen such as do stand, and to hour of death, and in the day of comfort and help the weak-hearted, judgment;

and to raise up those who fall, and Good Lord, deliver us. finally to beat down Satan under

We sinners do beseech thee to our feet;
hear us, O Lord God; and that it! We beseech thee to hear us, good
may please thee to rule and govern Lord.
thy licly Church universal in the That it may please thee to suc-
right way;

cour, help, and comfort all who are
We beseech thee to hear us, gond in danger, necessity, and tribula-
Lord.
That it may please thee to bless

We beseech thee to hear us, good
and preserve all Christian Rulers Lord.
and 'Magistrates; giving them That it may please thee to pre-
grace to execute justice, and to serve all who travel by land or by
maintain truth;

water, all women in the perils of We beseech thee to hear us, good child-birth, all sick persons, and Lord.

young children, and to show thy That it may please thee to illu- pity upon all prisoners and cap. Ele minate all Bishops, Priests, and tives; 132 Deacons, with true knowledge and We beseech thee to hear ús, good

understanding of thy word; and Lord.
that both by their preaching and That it may, please thee to de
living, they may set it forth, and fend, and provide for, the father
show it accordingly;

less children, and widows, and all We beseech thee to hear us, good who are desolate and oppressed ; Lord.

We beseech thee' to hear us, sood
That it may please thee to bless Lord.
and keep all thy people;

That it may please thee to have
We beseech ihee to hear us, good mercy upon all men;
Lord.

We beseech tree to hear us, good
That it may please thee to give Lord.

to all nations unity, peace, and con- That it may please thee to foracord;

give our enemies, persecutors, We beseech thee to hear us, good and slanderers, and to turn their 20 Lord.

hearts; That it may please thee to give , We beseech thee to hear us, good as an heart to love and fear thee, Lord. and diligently to live after thy Com- That it may please thee to give mandments;

and preserve to our use the kindly We beseech thee to hear us, good fruits of the earth, so that in due Lord.

time we may enjoy them;

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