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(60) “THE ORDER FOR MORNING AND “ EVENING PRAYER DAILY TO BE SAID “ AND USED THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.”

(61) In the General Rubric so intitled, The whole paragraph struck out, and the second paragraph.] And here is to be following new one substituted.] Whereas noted, That such Ornaments of the Church ye Surplice is appointed to be used by all and of the Ministers thereof at all times of Ministers in performing Divine Offices, it is their Ministration, shall be retained and be hereby declared, That it is continued onely in use, as were in this Church of England as being an Antient & Decent Habit. But by the Authority of Parliament, in the second yet

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Minister shall come & declare to Year of the Reign of King Edward the his Bishop that he cannot satisfye his ConSixth.

science in ye Use of ye Surplice in Divine Service, In that Case ye Bishop shall dispense with his not using it, and if he shall see cause for it, He shall appoint a Curate to Officiate in a Surplice.

[Which new paragraph was afterward scored down the side, and the following Note subscribed thereto :-)

Mē: This Rubric was suggested, but not agreed to, but left to further Consideration.

[Also the following Note is written on the margin of the omitted paragraph :] Mem:

: a Canon to specify ye Vestments.

(62) " THE ORDER FOR MORNING PRAYER, DAILY THROUGHOUT THE “ YEAR.”

(63) In the Rubric,] 9 The Absolution or Remission of sins, to be pronounced by the Priest alune standing; the People still kneeling.

The words “ or Remission of sins" struck out; and the word “ Priest" altered to “ Minister.” But the latter word is struck out, and the original word “ Priest” restored, being noted stet above.

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(68) In the Te Deum.] Sabaoth.

] (69) Ibid.] Thine honourable, true, and onely Son;

(70) The Rubric, “ q Or this Canticle, Benedicite, omnia Opera Domini.” Also the whole text of it, (viz.“ O all Works of the Lord, bless ye the Lord,” &c.) including the Gloria Patri at the end of the same.]

ye

Altered] Thy True and Thy only begotten Son;

Struck through, and the following Rubric and Psalm substituted :- :-]

Or Psalm 148. 0 Praise the Lord of Heaven: Praise him in ye Heights.

Praise him All ye Angells of His; praise him all his Hosts.

Praise him suñ & moon: praise him all ye starrs & light.

Praise him all ye Heavens; & ye waters y are above the Heavens.

Let them praise ye name of ye L": for he spake the word & they were made, he comanded, and they were created.

He hath made them fast for ev' & ever : he hath given them a Law wch shall not be broken.

Praise ye Lord upon Earth : ye Dragos & all deeps :

Fire & hail, snow & vapour : wind and storme fulfilling his word.

Mountains & all Hills : fruitfull Trees & all Cedars.

Beasts & all Cattle: worms & feathered fowls.

Kings of ye Earth & all People: Princes & all Judges of ye World.

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The Printed Text, 1683-86.

Alterations and Amendments, 1689.

(93) After tne Versicle and Response,] The following Versicle and Response O Lord, open thou our lips. Answer, And

added.] our mouth shall shew forth thy praise.

Minister.
Enlighten our minds ô Lord.

Answer.
That we may understand the great Things
of Thy Law.

Min:

Ô God &c. (94) Ibid.] Priest

Altered] Minister. (95) Ibid.] 1 Here all standing up, the

“ Priest ” altered to “Minister" here, Priest shall say,

but not in the Versicle after the Gloria

Patri. (96) In the Rubric, “q Then shall be said Added] the 8 Psalm. or sung the Psalms&c.] And after that (97) Ibid.) as followeth.

Omitted. (98) Between the Rubric and the Magni- “ Psalm 8.” Inserted as a Title apparently ficat.

for the whole Psalm to come in here

textually. (99) The Rubric after the Magnificat.]

“ Or else this” struck out; and apparently 9 Or else this Psalm ;

altered so as to read “ Psalm 98." (100) In the Rubric after the Cantate Struck out, and “ Psalm 134" substituted Domino.) Nunc dimittis, (or the Song of in the Rubric. Simeon) in English, as followeth.

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