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The Printed Text, 1683-86.

Alterations and Amendments, 1689.

All standing unaltered.

(9) The.General Rubric, intitled “ Concerning the Service of the Church."

(10) The Rubrics, printed in Italics, at the end of the General Rubric. Second and third paragraphs.] And all Priests and Deacons are to say daily the Morning and Evening Prayer, either privately or openly, not being let by sickness, or some other urgent cause.

And the Curate that ministreth in every Parish Church or Chappel, being at home, and not being otherwise reasonably hindred, shall

say

the same in the Parish Church or Chappel where he ministreth, and shall cause a Bell to be tolled thereunto a convenient time before he begin, that the People may come to hear Gods Word, and to pray with him.

Both those paragraphs struck out, and the following new paragraph substituted.] And all Priests and Deacons that have Cure of souls shall exhort ye People of their Congregations to come frequently to Prayers on Weekdaies, especially in the great Towns, & more particularly on Wednesdaies & Fridays, at least for ye reading of ye Litany. And where a Congregation can be brought together, The Ministers shall give their Attendance for saying of morning and Evening Pray".

All standing unaltered.

(11) The General Rubric, intitled, “ Of Ceremonies, Why some be Abolished, and some Retained.”

(12) In the Rubric intitled, “ The Order Struck out; and, after several corrections, how the Psalter is appointed to be Read." finally altered thus.] ye Psalms for ye MornFourth paragraph.] every Psalm, and of ing & Evening Service shall be repeated every such part of the cxix. Psalm, shall

this Hymn. be repeated this Hymn, (13) Ibid. After the last paragraph.]

This additional paragraph inserted.] Nothing is to be sung or chaunted in the

Church but Psalms, Hymns, or Anthems. (14) In the Rubric intitled, “ The Order Altered] Lords day. how the rest of holy Scripture is appointed to be Read." Last paragraph.] Sunday.

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(35) Ibid. In both columns. For All Saints. Wisd. iii. to Wisd. v. to

v. 10.

ver. 17.

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The Printed Text, 1683-86.

Alterations and Amendments, 1689.

All the Fasts and Festivals, here mentioned, are struck out of the Calendar.

(43) In July.]

Visitat. of the Bl. V. Mary.
Transl. of S. Mart. B. & C.
Swithun, B. of Winch. Transl.
Margaret, V. & M. Antioch.
S. Mary Magdalen.

Fast.
S. Anne, Mother to the Bl. V.

Mary.

(44) In August. ]

Lammas day.
Transfigur, of our Lord.
Name of Jesus.
S. Laur. Archd, of R. & M.

Fast.
S. August. B. of Hippo C. D.

Beheading of S. John Bap. (45) In September.]

Giles Abbot and Confess.
Enurchus, Bish. of Orleans.
Nativity of the B. V. Mary.
Holy-Cross day.
Lambert, Bish, and Mart.

[Fast.*] S. Cyprian, Archb. of Carth. &

Mart.
S. Jerom, Pr. Conf. & Doct.

• This Fast, before S. Matthew's day, appears to have been overlooked in striking out all the rest, and is left standing.

(46) In October.]

Remigius, Bish. of Rhemes.
Faith, Virgin and Martyr.
S. Denys Areop. B. & Mart.
Transl. of K. Edward Conf.
Etheldred Virg.
Crispin Mart.

Fast.

Fast. (47) In November.]

Leonard Confessor.
S. Martin Bish. & Confess.
Britius Bishop.
Machutus Bishop.
Hugh Bishop of Lincoln.

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