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A prayer for the Clergy and people.
Almighty and everlasting God, who alone
workest great marvels į send downlvpon our
Bishops, and Curates, and all Congregations
comitted to their] Charge, the healthfull spirit
of thy grace, and that they may truly please
thee, pour vpon them the continual] dew of
thy blessing: Grant this, o Lord. for the
honour of our Advocate and mediatour, Jesus
prayer of St Chrisostom.
Almighty God, who hast given vs grace a] this
time with one accord to make our Comon
supplications ynto thee, and dost promise, that
when two or three are gathered together in thy
name, thou wilt grant their requests; fulfill
now, o Lord, the desires and petitions of thy
servants, as may bee most expedient for them;
granýting vs in this world knowledge of thy
1. 1. In “prayer”, an “i” altered into the “y”.
1. 2. Almighty" written in an engrossing character,
1. 6. The 54th page of the MS. Book commences with the word “comitted”.
1. 12. In “ prayer”, an “i” altered into the “y”. “ Chrisostom”, sic orig.
1. 13. “Almighty" written in an engrossing character.
Q. Pr. advancement of thy Glory, the good of thy advancement of thy Glory, the good of thy Church, the honour of her sacred Majesty, Church, the honour of her sacred Majesty, and the safety and welfare of this Kingdom. and the safety and welfare of this Kingdom. Grant this, o merciful Father, for Jesus Grant this, o merciful Father, for Jesus Christ his sake, our only Saviour and Re- Christ his sake, our only Saviour and Redeemer. Amen.
truth, and in the world to come life everlasting Amen,
2: Cor. 13. 14.
The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the
love of God, and the fellowship of the holy
Ghost, be with vs all evermore: Amen.
Here endeth the order of evening
Prayer throughout the yeare.
1. 6. “Amen" n a kind of upright text hand.
1. 9. The 54th page of the MS. Book has no catch-word.
Epiphany, St Matthias, Easter-day, Ascen-
sion-day, Whitsunday, St John Baptist, st
James, St Bartholomcw, St Matthew, St
Simon and St. Jude, St Andrew, and vpon
Trinity Sunday shall be sung or said al
mornţing prayer, in stead of the Apostles
Creed, this confession of our Christian faith,
coñonly called the Creed of St Athanasius,
by the Minister and people standing. Whosoever will be saved I before all things it is Quicunq, vult necessary that he hold the Catholick faith. Which faith, except every one doợ keepę whole and vndefiled : without doubt hee shall perish everlastingly. And the Catholick faith is this: that wee worship one god in Trinity, and Trinity in vnity; Neither confounding the persons i nor divideing the substance, ffor there is one person of the father, another of the son : and another of the holy Ghost. But the Godhead of the father, of the son, and of the holy Ghost is all one : the glory equall, the Majesty Coeternall
1. 1. The 55th page of the MS. Book commences with the word “Vpon”.
1. 7. In “prayer", an “;" altered into the “y”.
l. 11. “Whosoever" written in an engrossing character.
1. 18. In “ dividing”, the "i" written on a letter which it obliterates.
1. 24. In “ Majesty”, an “i” altered into the "j".
1. 24. In “Coeternal", the “C” written on an erasure.
Q. Pr. 11. 1–10. “Saint" throughout this Rubric. 11. 1-10. " Saint" throughout this Rubric,
Such as the father is, such is the soni, and such
is the holy Ghost.
The father vncreate, the son yncreate and the
holy Ghost vncreate.
The father incomprehensible, the son incompre-
hensibleyi and the holy Ghost incomprehensible
. The father eternal), the son eternal]: and the holy Ghost eternall.
And yet they are not three eternal si but one
As also] there are not three incomprehensibles,
nor three yncreated: but one vncreated, and one
So] likewise the father is Almighty, the son Al-
mighty, and the holy Ghost Almighty
And yet they are not three Almighties: but one
So, the father is God, the son is God i and the
holy Ghost is God.
And yet they are not three Gods: but one God.
Sol likewise the father is Lord, the son Lord:
and the holy Ghost Lord;
And yet not three Lords, but one Lord.
ffor like as wel are compelled by the Christian
verity: to acknowledge every person by himselfe
to be i god and lord;
1. 6. A blot before the colon to “incomprehensible”.
1. 10. The 56th page in the MS. Book commences with the word "And".
1. 24. After “ Lords”, a blot, as if to obliterate a point.
Soe are we] forbidden by the Catholick religion:
there be] three Gods, or three lords.
The father is made of none; neither created, nor
The son is of the father alone : not made, nor
created, but begotten.
The holy Ghost is of the father, and of the son :
neither made, nor created, nor begotten, but
So there is one father, not three fathers; one
son, not three sons i one holy Ghost, not three
And in this Trinity none is afore, or after other:
none is greater, or lesse than another;
But fifty three
But the whole three persons are coeternal] toge-
ther: and coequall.
So that in all things, as is aforesaid: the vnity
in trinity, and the Trinity in Vnity is to be
He therefore, that will be saved : must thus
thinkę of the Trinity.
ffurthermore, it is necessary to everlasting
salvation that heç also] believ] rightly the
incarnation of our Lord Jesus Christ.
ffor the right faith is, that we believe and con-
1. 1. In “religion”, the “i” written on a letter which it obliterates.
In “than”, the “a” written on an “e”.
1. 16. The 57th page of the MS. Book commences with the word “ But”.
1. 20. In "worshiped”, an attempt made to insert another "p' immediately after the
“i”, but it is very indistinct.
1. 26. In “believe”, the “ie" written on two letters which they obliterate.