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Church; the Comunion of Saints, the forgiveness of sin s į the resurrection of the body, and the

life everlasting. Amen. forty seven

And after that, these prayers following, all
devoutly kneeling, the Minister first pronouncing
with a loud voice,
The Lord bee with your

Answer.
And with thy Spirit,

Minister.
Let ys pray:
Lord have mercy vpon vs.
Christ have mercy vpon vs.
Lord have mercy vpon vs.
Then the Minister, Clerks, and people shall say
the Lords prayer with a loud voice.
Our father which art in heaven, hallowed be
thy name & Thy Kingdomě come.

Thy will
be done in earth, as it is in heaven. Give vs
this day our daily bread. And forgive vs our
trespasses, as well forgive them, that trespasse
against vs. And lead vs not into temptation :
but deliver vs from evil. Amen:
Then the Priest standing vp

shall

say, O Lord, shew thy mercy vpon vs.

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1. 5. The 51st page of the MS. Book commences with the word “And”.
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Answer. And grant vs thy Salvation.

Priest.
O Lord, saue the King.

Answer.
And mercifully hear] vs when we call vpon

thee,
Priest,
Endue thy Ministers with righteousnessę.

Answer;
And make thy chosen people joyful I.
Priest.

O forty eight

O Lord, saue thy people.

Answer. And blesse thine inheritance.

Priest. Give peace in our time, o Lord.

Answer.
Because there is none other that fighteth for vs,
but only thou, o God.

Priest!
O God, make clean] our hearts within vs.

Answer:
And take not thy holy spirit from vs.

Then shall follow three Collects, the first
of the day, the second for peace, the third
for aid against all perills, as hereafter fol-

1. 13. The 52nd page of the MS. Book commences with the words “O Lord,”.

loweth which two last Collects shall bee dayly said att evening prayer without alteration.

The second Collect all Evening Prayer. O God, from whom all holy desires, all good Counsells, and all just works do proceed; give ynto thy servants that peace which the world cannot give, that both our hearts may be) se] to obey thy coñandmts, and also] that by thee weg being defended from the fearg of our enemies, may pass our time in rest and quietness, through the mer fits of Jesus Christ our Saviour. Amen:

The third Collect for aid against perill s. Lighten our darknessę, weg beseech thee, o Lord, and by thy great mercy defend vs from all perils and dangers of this night, for the love of thy only Son 1, our Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen.

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followeth the Anthem). forty nine

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for the Kings Majesty.
O lord our heavenly father, high and mighty,

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King of Kings, Lord of Lords, the only Ruler of
Princes, who] dost from thy throne behold all
the dwellers vpon earthị most heartily wel
beseech the with thy fauour to behold our most
gracious Soveraign, Lord King Charles, and so]
replenish him with the grace of thy holy Spirit,
that he may alway incline to thy will, and
walke in thy way: endue bim plenteously with
heavenly gifts, grant him in health and wealth
long to live, strengthen him that heç may van-
quish and overcome all his enemies, and finally
after this life, he may obtain everlasting ioy
and felicity, through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Amen:

A prayer for the Royall family.
Almighty God, the fountain of all goodness,
wel humbly beseech thee to bless our gracious
Queenę Katharine, Mary the Queenę mother,
James Duke of Yorke, and all the royal] family:
endue them with thy holy spirits enrich them
with thy heavenly graces prosper them with all
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1. 12. may attain everlasting joy.

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Q. Pr. 1. 2. Here follows

1. 2. Here follows
A Prayer for the Chief Governour or [ A Prayer for the Chief Governor or
Governours of Ireland :

Governors of Ireland :
To be used after the Prayer for the To be used after the Prayer for the Royal
Royal Family, or, when the Litany is Family.
used, after the Prayer [We humbly

beseech thee, &c.]
I No Chief Governour is to be prayed for I No Chief Governor is to be prayed for
until he be sworn.

until he be Sworn. 9 When there is a Lord Lieutenant, and I When there is a Lord Lieutenant, and

also a Lord Deputy, or Lords Justices, also a Lord Deputy, or Lords Justices, then both shall be prayed for.

then both shall be prayed for.

LMIGHTY God, from whom all Power is derived, We humbly beseech thee to bless thy Servant the Lord Lieutenant of bless thy Servant the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, and to grant that he may use the Ireland, and grant that he may use the Sword, which our

Sovereign Lady the Queen Sword, which our Sovereign Lady the Queen hath committed into his Hand, with Justice hath committed into his Hand, with Justice and Mercy, according to thy blessed Will, and Mercy, according to thy blessed Will, for the protection of this People, and the for the protection of this people, and the true religion established amongst us : En- true Religion established amongst us : En. lighten him with thy Grace, preserve him lighten him with thy Grace, preserve him by thy Providence, and encompass him with by thy Providence, and encompass him with thy Favour. Bless, we beseech thee, the thy Favour. Bless, wc beseech thee, the whole Council; direct their consultations to whole Council; direct their Consultations to the advancement of thy Glory, the good of the advancement of thy Glory, the good of thy Church, the honour of her sacred Ma. thy Church, the honour of her sacred Ma. jesty, and the safety and welfare of this jesty, and the safety and welfare of this Kingdom. Grant this, O merciful Father, Kingdom. Grant this, O merciful Father, for Jesus Christ his sake, our only Saviour for Jesus Christ his sake, our only Saviour and Redeemer. Amen.

and Redeemer. Amen. Or, A LEIGHTOWGodot.incombiste Wandim bily A Larch Power and thico whose bandas, bal

Earthly doth consist, We humbly beseech thee to bless

beseech thee to bless Lord Lieutenant General and General Go. Lord Lieutenant General and General Go. vernour of Ireland, And to grant that the vernor of Ireland ; And to grant that the Sword, which our dread Sovereign Lady the Sword, which our dread Sovereign Lady the Queen hath committed into his Hand, he Queen hath committed into his Hand, he may wield in thy Faith and Fear, and use may wield in thy Faith and Fear, and use according to thy blessed Will and Word: according to thy blessed Will and Word : Let thy Grace enlighten him, thy Goodness Let thy Grace enlighten him, thy Goodness confirm him, and thy Providence protect confirm him, and thy Providence protect him. Bless, we beseech thee, the whole him. Bless, we beseech thee, the whole Council: direct their consultations to the Council; direct their Consultations to the

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