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Here all standing vp, the Priest shall say, Glory be] to the father, and to the son 1 and to the holy Ghost

Answer. As it was in the begiñing, is now, and ever shall bee: world without end. Amen. .

Priest.
Praise

ye
the Lord.

Answer,
The lords name bee praised.

Then shall bee said or sung the Psalms in
order as they are appointed. Then a lesson
of the old Testament, as is appointed : And
after that, Magnificat (or the song of the
blessed Virgin Mary.) in English as fol-

loweth.
My Soulę doth magnifie the Lord i and my

Magnificat in spirit hath reioyced, God my

Saviour ffor he] hath regarded the lowliness of his handmaiden, ffor behold, from henceforth all Gener ations shall call mel blessed. ffor heç that is mighty hath magnified met: and holy is his name. And his mercy is on them that fearl híon : throughout all generations. He hath shewed strength with his arnıç : henger

8. Luke. 1. 46

1. 17. “My" written in an engrossing character.

hath scattered the proud in the imagination of

their hearts. forty four

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our

Heç hath pull downg the mighty from theire
seat]: and hath exalted the humble and
meekę.
He] hath filled the hungry with good things i
and the rich hee hath sent empty away.
Heç remembring his mercy hath holpen his
servant Is ]rael: as he promised to
forefathers, Abraham and his seed for ever.
Glory bee to the father, and to the Soni and to
the holy Ghosts
As it was in the begiñing, is now, and ever shall
beę i world without end. Amen.

Or else this Psalms except it bel on the
nineteenth day of the month, when it is

read in the ordinary course of the Psalmes. Cantate domina o sing vnto the lord a new Song for heç hath

done marvellous things.
With his own] right hand, and with his holy
arme : hath heç gotten himself& the victory.
The Lord declared his salvation : his righteous-
ness] hath he] openly shewed in the sight of the
heathepi.
He] hath remembred his mercy and truth
toward the house of Is Irael i and all the ends of
the world haue seene the salvation of our God.

Psal. 981

1. 4. The 48th pagie of the MS. Book commences with the words “ He hath”. l. 19. “O” written in an engrossing character.

ye

Shew yourselves joyfull ynto the lord, all
lands í Sing, rejoice and give thankes.
Praise the Lord vpon the harp: sing to the harp
with a Psalm of thanksgiving,
With Trumpets alsoe and Shawnis : O shew
your selues joyful] before the Lord the King,

forty five

Le) the sea make a noise, and all that therein
is: the round world, and they that dwell
therein.
Le] the flouds clap their hands, and le] the
hills be¢ joyfull together before the Lord : for
heç cometh to Judge the earth.
With righteousnessę shall he¢ Judge the world:
and the people with equity.
Glory bee to the father, and to the son ; and to
the holy Ghosts
As it was in the begiñing, is now, and ever shall
be world without end. Amen.

Then a lesson of the New testament, as it is
appointed! and after that, Nunc dimittis
(or the Song of Simeon) in English, as

followeth. Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in Nunc dimittis peace : according to thy word.

S. Luke 2. 29.

1. 5. “ Shawnis”, sic orig.
1. 7. The 48th page of the MS. Book has no catch-word.
1. 8. The 49th page of the MS. Book commences with the words “Lefthe".
1. 24. “Lord" written in an engrossing character.

U. Pr.

Q. Pr.

5. shawms.

1. 5. shawms.

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ffor mine eyes have seenę: thy saluation,
Which thou hast prepared : before the face of all
people
To bee a light to lighten the Gentiles i and to be]
the glory of thy people Israel.
Glory bee to the father, and to the son and to
the holy ghost;
As it was in the begiñing, is now,

the begiñing, is now, and ever shall bei world without end. Amen.

Or else this Psalm ; except it be on the

twelfth day of the Month. Deus miseren. God bel mercifull vnto vs, and blessl vs and

shew vs the light of his Countenance, and beg mercifull vnto uls.

That forty six

tur. Psalm. 67.

That thy way may be known] vpon earth:
thy savling health among all nations,
Le) the people praise thec, o God! yca, let all
the people praise thee.]
O let the Nations rejoice and bce glad : for thou
shalt judge the folkę righteously, and govern

thc
nations vpon earth.
Let the people praise thee, O God I let all the
people praise thee.

1. 12. God” written in an engrossing character.
1. 14. In “us”, the “u” written on a "v".
1. 16. The 50th page of the MS. Book commences with the word “That".

U. Pr. 1. 23. yea, let all the.

Q. Pr. 1. 23. yea, let all the.

Then shall the earth bring forth her increase :
and God, even our owne God, shall give us his
blessing
God shall bless vs ; and all the ends of the
world shall fear him
Glory be] to the father, and to the son; and to
the holy Ghost;
As it was in the begiñing, is now, and ever shall
bek : world without end. Amen.

Then shall be said or sung the Apostles
Creed by the Minister. and the people

standing,
I believe in God the father Almighty, maker of
heaven and earth: And in bu Jesus Christ his
only Son our Lord, who was conceived by the
holy Ghost, borne of the Virgin Mary, Sufferted
ynder Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead, and
buried, he] descended into hell; the third
day he] rose againę from the dead, he as-
cended into heaven, and sitteth on the right
hand of God the father Almighty, from thence
heç shall come to Judge the quick and the
dead.
I believe in the holy Ghost; the holy Catholick

1. 2. In “us”, the “u” written on a "v".
1. 11. “Minister.”, sic orig.
1. 13. “I” written in an engrossing character.

U. Pr.

Q. Pr.

1. 10. sung or said. 1. 13. This Creed is printed in three para. I. 13. This Creed is printed in three paragraphs.

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