Page images


In these prayers a certain number of phrases and sentences have been used of which it has not been feasible to determine the origin. Aside from these, acknowledgment is made of the following sources from which prayers have been drawn by permission of the publishers.

“Prayers Ancient and Modern," by Mary W. Tiletson. Little, Brown and Co. Prayers by Christina Rossetti and John Henry Newman, and from the Mozarabic Liturgy.

“A Book of Offices and Prayers." Edwin S. Gorham. (By permission of the compilers.)

"A Chain of Prayer across the Ages,” by Selina F. Fox. E. P. Dutton and Co.; holders of American copyright only. Prayers marked with an asterisk.

“Prayers and Meditations,”. by Henry Sylvester Nash. Longmans, Green and Co.

“With God in Prayer," by Bishop Brent. Copyright, 1907, by George W. Jacobs and Co.

"Prayers Written at Vailima," by Robert Louis Stevenson. Copyright, 1898, 1904, by Charles Scribner's Sons.

"Closet and Altar." The Pilgrim Press.

[blocks in formation]


I 2

[ocr errors]


Sarum Breviary; Chain of Prayer

From Taylor's Covenant
Bishop Brent, in "With God in Prayer" (adapted)
II Adapted from Matthew Arnold and Ralph Waldo Emerson

S. T. D.
Col. III:17 (adapted)
Book of Common Worship
Henry Sylvester Nash (adapted)

S. T. D.


Harry Emerson Fosdick (adapted)


Richard Roberts

John Henry Newman; Prayers Ancient and Modern

S. T. D.


Book of Common Worship

J. D.

Richard Roberts


William Bright

Richard Roberts (adapted)

Richard Roberts


Richard Roberts

St. Augustine; Chain of Prayer

18 Antony Ashley Cooper, Earl of Shaftesbury; Chain of


Francis Greenwood Peabody


Sursum Corda; Chain of Prayer

Richard Roberts

3. T. D.
Henry Sylvester Nash (adapted)

Gelasian Sacramentary; Chain of Prayer


22, 23

Dedication Service, Y. W. C. A.


« EelmineJätka »