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Then this Collect.
2 Cor. xiii. O ALMIGHTY God, the Sovereign THE grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, whose hand is power and might which lowship of the Holy Ghost, be with us none is able to withstand ; We bless all evermore. Amen. and magnify thy great and glorious Name for this happy Victory, the whole glory whereot' we do ascribe to thee,
At the Burial of their Dead at who art the only giver of Victory. And,
Sea. we beseech thec, give us grace to im 1 The Office in the Common Prayer. prove this great mercy to thy glory, the book may be used; only instead of advancement of thy Gospel, the ho. these words [We therefore commit nour of our Sovereign, and, as much his body to the ground, earth to as in us lieth, to the good of all man earth, &c.) say, kind. And, we beseech thee, give us
We therefore commit his body to the such a sense of this great mercy, as deep, to be turned into corrup. may engage us to a true thankfulness, tion, looking for the resurrection of such as may appear in our lives by an the body, (when the Sea shall give up humble, holy, and obedient walking her dead,) and the life of the world to before thee all our days, through Jesus come, through our Lord Jesus Christ; Christ our Lord; to whom with thee who at tis coming shall change our and the Holy Spirit, as for all thy mer. vile body, that it may be like his glo. cies, so in particular for this Victory rious body, according to the mighty and Deliverance, be all glory and ho. working, whereby he is able to subduie nour, world without end. Amen.
all things to himself
A FORM OF PRAYER WITH THANKSGIVING,
To be used yearly upon the Fifth Day of November, For the happy Deliverance of King JAMES I. and the Three Estates of England, from the most traiterous and bloody-intended Massacre by Gunpowder? And also for the happy Arrival of his Majesty King Williarn on this Day, for the Deliverance of our Church and Nation.
9 The Minister of every Parish shall give warning this Parishioners publicly in
the Church at Morning Prayer, the Sunday before, for the due Observation of the said Day. And after Morning Prayer, or Preaching, upon the said Fifth Day of November, shall read publickli), distinctly, and plainly, the Act of Parliament,
made in the Third Year of King James the First, for the Observation of it. 9 The Service shall be the same with the usual Office for Holy-days in all things ;
ercept where it is hereafter otherwise appointed. If this Day shall happen to be Sunday, only the Collect proper for that Sunray
shall be added to this Office in its place. 9 Morning Prayer shall begin with these Many a time have they fought a. Sentences.
gainst me from my youth up : may THE Lord is full of compassion, and Israel now say. Psalm cxxix. 1.
mercy : long-suflering, and of great Yca, many a time have they vexed me goodness. Psalm ciii. S.
from my youth up : but they have not He will not alway be chiding : nei. prevailed against me. Verse 2. ther keepeth he his anger for ever. They have privily Jaid their net to Verse 9.
destroy me without a cause : yea, even He hath not dealt with us after our without a cause have they made a pit sins : nor rewarded us according to our for my soul. Psalm xxxv. 7. wickedness. Verse 10.
They have laid a nct for my feet, and Instead of Venitc exultemus shall this pressed down my soul: they have digged Hymn following be used; one Verse a pit before me, and are fallen into the by the Priest, and another by the Clerk midst of it themselves. Psalm lvii. 7. and people.
Great is our Lord, and great is his O
power : yea, and his wisdon is infinite, is gracious: and his mercy endur. Psulm cxlvii. 5. eth for ever. Psalm cvii. 1.
The Lord scttch up the meek : and Let them give thanks, whom the Lord bringeth the ungodly down to the ground. hath redeemed : and activered from the Verse 6. hurul of the enemy. Verse 2.
Let thy hand be upon the man of
thy right hand : and upon the son of power. We adore the wisdom and jus. man whom thou madest so strong for tice of thy Providence, which so timely thine own self. Psalm 1xxx. 17.
interposed in our extreme danger, and And so will not we go back from thee : disappointed all the designs of ourene. Olct us live, and we shall call upon thy mies. We beseech thee, give us such Name. Verse 18.
a lively and lasting sense of what thou Glory be to the Father, and to the didst then, and hast since that thine Son : and to the Holy Ghost;
done for us, that we may not grow se. As it was in the beginning, is now, cure and careless in our obedience, by and ever shall be : world without end. presumning upon thy great and unde. Amen.
served goodness; but that it may lead Proper Psalms. Ixiv, cxxiv, cxxv.
us to repentance, and move us to be
the more diligent and zealous in all Proper Lessons.
the duties of our Religion, which thou The First, 2 Sam. xxii.
hast in a marvellous manner preserved Te Deum.
to us. Let truth and justice, brotherly The Sccund, Acts xxiii.
kindness and charity, derotion and Jubilate.
piety,concord and unity, with all other $ In the Suffrages after the Creed these
virtues, so flourish among us, that shall be inserted and used for the King.
they may be the stability of our times,
and make this Church a praise in the Pricst. O Lord, save the King;
earth. All which we humbly beg for People. Who putteth his trust in
the sake of our blessed Lord and S. thee.
viour. Amen. Priest. Send him help from thy holy
1 In the end of the Litany (which shall place.
always this Day be useil) af er the Cole People. And evermore mightily de
leit (We humbly beseech thee, o Fo. send him.
ther, &c.) shall this be said which fol. I'ricst. Let his enemies have no ad.
loweth. vantage against him. People. Let not the wicked approach ALMIGHTY God and hearenly Fr.
ther, who of thy gracious Provi. to hurt him.
dence, and tender mercy towards us, | Instead of the first Collect at Morning didst prevent the malice and imagins
Prayer shall these two be used, tions of our enemies, by discovering ALMIGHTY God, who hast in all and confounding their horrible and
ages shewed thy l'ower and Mercy wicked Enterprize, plotted and intend. in the miraculous and gracious deli. ed this day to have been executed a. verances of thy Church, and in the gainst the King, and the whole State or protection of righteous and religious England, for the subversion of the Go. Kings and States professing thy holy vernment and Religion established a. and eternal truth, from the wicked mong us; and didst likewise upon this conspiracies, and malicious practices day wonderfully conduct thy Servant of all the enemies thereof: We yield King William, and bring him kely thee our unfeigned thanks and praise, into England, to preserve us from the for the wonderful and mighty Deliver attempts of our enemies to bereare us ance of our gracious Sovereign King of our Religion and Laws: We most James the First, the Queen, the Prince, hunibly praise and magnify thy most and all the Royal Branches, with the glorious' Name for thy unspeakable Nobility, Clergy, and ('ommons of goodness towards us, expressed in both England, then assembled in Parlia. these acts of thy mercy.
We contess ment, by Popish treachery appointed it has been of thy mery alone, that we as shep to the slaughter, in a most are not consumed: for our sins have barbarous and savage manner, beyond cried to heaven against us; and our the examples of forner ages. From iniquities justly called for vengeance this unnatural Conspiracy, not vur upon us. But thou hast not dealt with merit, but thy mercy; not our fore. 11s after our sins, nor rewar led us after sight, but thy providence delivered us : our iniquities; nor given us orct, as And therefore not unto us, O Lord, we deserved, to be a prey to our enc. not unto us, but unto thy Name be mies; but hast in mercy delivered us ascribed all honour and glory, in all from their inaliit, and preserved us Churches of the saints, from genera. from death and destruction. Let the tion to generation; through Jesus consideration of this thy npeated good. Christ our Lord. Amen.
ness, O Lord, work in us true repente
, ance, that iniquity may not be our of our unfelined thanks for filling ruin. And increase in us more and our hearts again with joy and gladness, more a livels faith and love, fruitful in ruar the time that thou hast ailluted all holy obedience that thou maven us, and putting a new song into our still continue thy favour, with the light mouths, by bringing His Majesty King of thy Gospel, to us and our posterity Il'illiam, upon this way, for the Delle for evermore; and that for thy deur Perance or our Church and Nation Son's sake, Jesus Christ our only do rom l'opish Tyranny and arbitrary diator and Ad Ocute. Anu.
Instead of the Prayer [In time of War thou do that which is evil, be afraidl; and Tumults) shall be used this Prayer for he beareth not the sword in vain: following:
for he is the minister of God, a reOLOR 1), who didst this day discover venger to execute wrath upon him that
the snares of death that were laid doeth evil. Wherefore ye must needs for us, and didst wonderfully deliver he subject, not only for wrath, but also us from the same; Be thou still our for conscience sake. For for this cause mighty Protector, and scatter our ene pay ye tribute also; for they are God's mies that delight in blood: Infatuato ministers, attending continually upon and defeat their counsels, abate their this very thing. Render therefore to pride, asswage their malice, and con all their dues ; tribute to whom tribute found their devices. Strengthen the is due, custom to whom custom, fear hands of our gracious Sovereign King to whom fear, honour to whom ho. GEORGE, and all that are put in au nour. thority under him, with judgement and The Gospel. St. Luke ix. 51. justice to cut off all such workers of iniquity, as turn Religion into Rebel.
ND it came to pass, when the time AN
was come that he should be receiv, Hon, and Faith into Faction; that they ed up, he stedfastly set his face to go to may never prerail against us, or tri. Jerusalem, and sent messengers before umph in the ruin of thy Church among his face; and they went and entered us: but that our gracious Sovereign, into a village of the Samaritans, to and his Realms, being preserved in thy make ready for him: And they did not true Religion, and by thy mercitul receive him, because his face was as goodness protected in the same, we though he would go to Jerusalem, may all duly serve thee, and give thee And when his disciples James and thanks in thy holy congregation; John saw this, they said, Lord, wilt through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. thou that we command fire to come
In the Communion Service, instead of down from heaven, and consume them, the Collect for the Day, shalthis which even as Elias did? But he turned and followrth be used.
rebuked them, and said, Ye know not ETERNAL God, and our most migh what manner of spirit ye are of: For
ty Protector, we thy unworthy ser. the Son of man is not come to destroy vants do humbly present ourselves be. men's lives, but to save them. And fore thy Majesty, acknowledging thy they went to another village. power, wisdom, and goodness, in pre 1 After the Creed, if there be no Sermon, serving the King, and the Three Estates shall be read one of the stue Hornilics of the Realm of England assembled in against Rebellion. Parliament, from the destruction this T'lis Sentence is to be read at the offer day intended against them. Make us, we beseech thee, truly thankful for WHATSOEVER ye would that men this, and for all other thy great mercies should do to you, do yo even so towards us; particulaily for making to them; for this is the Law and the this day again menorable, by a fresh Prophets. St. Matth. vii, 12. instance of thy loving-kindness to 1 After the Prayer for the Church mili. wards us. We bless thee for giving his tant this following Prayer is to be used. late Majesty King William a safe ar O Gon, whose Name is excellent in
making all . all the , tion fall before him, till he became our the heavens; who on this day didst King and Governouir. We beseech thee miraculously preserve our Church and to protect and defend our Sovereign State from the secret contrivance and King GEORGE, and all the Royal Fa hellish malice of Popish conspirators; mily, from all treasons and conspira. and on this day also didst begin to give cies; Preserve him in thy faith, fear, us a mighty deliverance from the open and love; Prosper his Reign with long tyranny and oppression of the same happiness here on earth; and crown cruel and blood-thirsty enemies: We him with everlasting glory hereafter ; bless and adore thy glorious Majesty, through Jesus Christ our only Saviour as for the former, so for this thy late and Kedeemer. Amen.
marvellous loving-kindness to our The Epistie. Rom. xiii. l. Church and Nation, in the preservaLET every soul be subject unto the tion of our Religion and Liberties.
higher powers; for there is no And we humbly pray, that the devout power, but of God: the powers that be sense of this thy repeated mercy may are ordained of God, Whosoever there renew and increase in us a spirit of fore resisteth the power resisteth the love and thankfulness to thee its only ordinance of God; and they that resist Author; a spirit of peaceable submis. shall receive to themselves damnation. sion and obedience to our gracious So. For rulers are not a terror to good vereign Lord, King GEORGE; and a works, but to the evil. Wilt thou then spirit of fervent zeal for our holy Reli. not be afraid of the power? do that gion which thou hast so wonderfully which is good, and thou shalt have rescued, and established, a blessing to praise of the same : for he is the min. us and our posterity, And this we beg Ister of God to thee for good. But if
for Jesus Christ his sake. Amen.
To be used yearly on the Thirtieth of January, Being the Day of the Martyrdom of the Blessed King CHARLES the First; to implore the mercy of God, that neither the Guilt of that sacred and innocent Blood, nor those other sins, by which God was provoked to deliver up both us and our King into the hands of cruel and unreasonable men, may at any time hereafter be visited upon us or our posterity.
1 If this Day shall happen to be Sunday, this Form of Prayer shall be used and the
Fast kept the next Day following. And upon the Lord's Day next before the Day to be kept, at Morning Prayer, immediately after the Nicene Creed, notice shall be given for the due Observation of the said Day. The Service of the Day shall be the same with the usual Office for Holy-days in all things; except where it is in this office otherwise appointed.
THE ORDER FOR MORNING PRAYER. He that ministereth, shall begin with he trusted : they that eat of his bread
one or more of these Sentences. laid great wait for him. Psalm XIL 9. To the Lord our God belong mercies
They rewarded him evil for good : to and forgivenesses, though we have
the great discomfort of his soul. Psalm rebelled against him: neither have we
Xxxv. 12. obeyed the voice of the Lord our God,
They took their counsel together, to walk in his laws which he set before
saying, God hath forsaken him : per. us. Dan, ix. 9, 10.
secute him, and take him, for there Correct us, O Lord, but with judge.
is none to deliver him. Psalm xx. 9 ment : not in thine anger, lest thou
The breath of our nostrils,the Anoint. bring us to nothing. Jer. x. 24.
ed of the Lord was taken in their pits : Enter not into judgement with thy
of whom we said, Unuier his shadow we servants, O Lord : for in thy sight shall
shall be safe. Lam. iv. 20. no man living be justified. Psalm
The adversary and the enemy enter. cxliii. 2.
ed into the gates of Jerusalem : say.
ing, When shall he die, and his name Instead of Venite exultemus the
perish? Perse 12. Psalm xli. 5. Hymn following shall be satd or sung; Let the sentence of guiltiness procend one Verse by the Priest, another by the Clerk and people.
against him : and now that he lida, la
him rise up no more. Verse 8. RIGHTEOUS art thou, O Lord : and False witnesses also did rise up s.
just are thy judgements! Psulm gainst him : they laid to his charge cxix. 137.
things that he knew not. Psalm xxx. Thou art just, O Lord, in all that is 11. brought upon us : for thou hast done For the sins of the people, and the int. right, but we have done wickedly. Neh. quilles of the priests : they that the Hood ix. 33.
of the just in the midst of Jerwulan. Nevertheless, our feet were almost Lam. iv. 13. gone : our treadings had well-nigh O my soul,come not thou into their slipped. Psalm lxxiii. 2.
secret; unto their assembly, mune bo. For why? we were grieved at the nour, be not thou united : for in their wicked : we did also see the ungodly in anger they slew a man; Gen. xlix. 6. such prosperity. Verse 3.
Even the man of thy right hand : the The people stood up, and the rulers Son of man, rohom thoni hadst made 30 took counsel together : against the strong for thine own self. Psalm xx. Lord, and against his Anointed. Psalm 17. ii. 2.
In the sight of the unwise he seemed They cast their heads together with one to die : and his departure was taken consent : and were confederate against for misery. Wisd. iii. 2. him. Psalm lxxxiii. 5.
They fools countet his life mad orsa, He heard the blasphemy of the mul. and his end to be without honour : Oui titude, and fear was on every side : he is in pence. Wisd. v. 4. &ti 3. while they conspired together against For though he was punished in the bim, to take away his life. I'salm xxxi. sight of men : yet was his hope full of 15.
immortality. Wu. ti. 4. They spoke against him utth false Hou ishe numbered with the children tongres, and compassed him about with words of hatred and fonoght against
of God: and his lot is among the saints!
Wind, v.5. him tolthout a use. Psalm cix. 2.
But, o Lord God, to whom rene. Yoa, his own familiar friends, whom ance belongeth, thou God, to hun
vengeance belongeth : be favourable magnify thy Name for thine abundant and gracious unto Sion. Psalm xciv. grace bestowed upon our martyred Su. 1.& li, 18.
vereign; by which he was enabled so Be mercifu, O Lord, unto thy people, cheerfully to follow the steps of his whom thou hast redeemed : and lay not blessed Master and Saviour, in a coninnocent Wood to our charge. Deut. xxi.8. stant meek suffering of all barbar.
O shut not up our souls with sin. ous indignities, and at last resisting ners : nor our lives with the blood. unto blood; and even then, according thirsty. Psalm xxvi. 9.
to the same pattern, praying for his Deliver us from blood-guiltiness, O murderers. Let his memory, O Lord, God, thou that art the God of our salva. be ever blessed amongus; that we may tion : and our tongue shull sing of thy follow the example of his courage and righteousness. Psalm li. 14.
constancy, his meekness and patience, For thou art the God that hast no and great charity. And grant, that this pleasure in wickedness : neither shall our land may be freed from the venge. any evil dwell with thee. Psalm v. 4. ance of his righteous blood, and thy
Thou wilt destroy them that speak leas mercy glorified in the forgiveness of ing : the Lord abhors both the blood our sins; and all for Jesus Christ his thirsty and deceitful man. Verse 6. sake, our only Mediator and Advocate.
O how suddenly do they consume : Amen. perish, and come to a fcartul end! Psalm lxxiii. 18.
In the end of the Litany (which shall Yea, even like as a dream, when one
always on this Day be used) imme. awaketh : so didst thou make their image
diately after the Collect ( We humbly to vanish out of the city. Verse 19.
beseech thee, Father, &c.) the three Great and marvellous are thy works,
Collects next following are to be read. O Lord God Almighty : just and true O LORD, we
beseech thee mercifully are thy ways, o King of saints. Rev. hear our prayers, and spare all xv. 3.
those who confess their sins unto thee; Righteons art thou, o Lord : and just that they whose consciences by sin are are thy juugements. Psalm cxix. 137. accused, by thy merciful pardon may
Glory be to the Father, and to the be absolved; through Christ our Lord. Son: and to the Holy Ghost;
Amen. As it was in the beginning, is now, ( MOST mighty God, and merciful and cucr shall be : world without end. Father, who hast compassion upon 4ng n.
all men, and hatest nothing that thou Proper Psalms. ix, x, xi,
hast made ; who wouldest not the Proper Lessons. death of a sinner, but that he should
ed: The First, 2 Sam. i.
rather turn from his sin, and be
Mercifully forgive us our trespasses ; The Second, St. Matth. xxvii.
receive and confort us, who are griev9 Instcad of the first Collect at Morning ed and wearied with the burden of our
Prayer shall these two which next fol. sins. Thy property is always to have low be used.
mercy; to thee only it appertaineth to O MOST mighty God, terrible in thy forgive sins. Spare us therefore, good
judgements, and wonderful in thy Lord, spare thy people, whom thou doings toward the children of men ; hast redeemed; enter not into judgewho in thy heavy displeasure didst suf. ment with thy servants, who are vile fer the life of our gracious Sovereign earth and miserable sinners: but so King Charles the First, to be (as this turn thine anger from us, who meekly day) taken away by the hands of cruel acknowledge our vileness, and truly and bloody men: We thy sinful crea repent us of our faults; and so make tures here assembled before thee, do, in haste to help us in this world, that we the behalf of all the people of this land, may ever live with thee in the world to hwnbly confess, that they were the cry come; through Jesus Christ our Lord. ing sins of this Nation, which brought Amen. down this heavy judgement upon us. TURN thou us, o good Lord, and so But, O gracious God, when thou mak. shall we be turned. Be favourable, est inquisition for blood, lay not the O Lord, be favourable to thy people, guilt of this innocent blood, (the shed. Who turn to thee in weeping, fasting, ding whereof nothing but the blood of and praying. For thou art a merciful thy Son can expiate,) lay it not to the God, Full of compassion, Long-suffer, charge of the people of this land; nor ing, and of great pity. Thou sparest let it ever be required of us, or our when we deserve punishment, And in posterity. Be merciful, o Lord, be thy wrath thinkest upon mercy. Spare merciful unto thy people, whom thou thy people, good Lord, spare them, hast redeemed; and be not angry with And let not thine heritage be brought us for ever: But pardon us for thy to confusion. Hear us, O Lord, for thy mercies' sake, through the merits of thy mercy is great, And after the multitude Son Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. of thy mercies look upon us, through BLESSED Lord, in whose sight the the merits and mediation of thy blessel death of thy saints is precious ; We Son Jesus Christ our Lord. Amcu.