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read here, except when the Litany is read;
and then only the two last are to be read,
as they are there placed.

A prayer for the Kings Maiesty.
O Lord our heavenly father, high and mighty,
King of Kings, Lord of Lords, the only ruler of
Princes, who] do st from thy throne behold all
the dwellers vpon earths most heartily wel
beseech thee with thy fauour to behold our most
gracious Soveraigne Lord King Charles, and so]
replenish him with the grace of thy holy Spirit,
that heç may alway incline to thy will, and walk
in thy way: endue him plenteously with heavenly
g/ifts, gran t him in health and wealth long to
live, strengthen him that he may vanquish and
overcome all his enfmies, and finally after this
life, he may attaine everlasting joy and felicity,
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

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A prayer for the Royall family Almighty God, the fountainę of all goodnessę, we humbly beseech thee to blessé our gracious Queene Katharine, Mary the Queenę mother, James Duke of Yorke, and all the RoyalX family:

1. 4. In “prayer”, the “y" written in darker ink, on an “i".
1. 5. O Lord" written in an engrossing character.
1. 9. In “ beseech”, the “ee" written in different ink on “ie".
1. 19. The 40th page of the MS. Book has no catch-word.
1. 20. The 41st page of the MS. Book commences with the words " A prayer".
1. 21. “Almighty" written in an engrossing character.
1. 22. In “we”, the “e” not quite clear.
1. 23. It is possible, that the “a” in “Katharine” was originally "e".

Endue them with thy holy spiril; enrich them
with thy heavenly grace ; prosper them with all
happinesse ; and bring them to thine everlasting
Kingdom), through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Amen.
Almighty God, in whose hands all earthly
power doth consist, by whose will, providence,
and spiri] powers are ordained, governments
established, and diversitys of Administrations
are dispensed, Wi humbly beseech thee to

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bless the most honorable James Duke of

1. 6. “Almighty" written in an engrossing character.

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Q. Pr. 1. 6. to p. 90. l. 3. Here follows

1. 6. to p. 90. 1. 3. Here follows A Prayer for the Chief Governour or 1 A Prayer for the Chief Governor or Governours of Ireland.

Governors of Ireland : 1 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, or when the Litany is used, used, after the Prayer [We humbly after the Prayer [We humbly beseech beseech thee, &c.]

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

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

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is , We humbly beseech thee to 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 : Eulighten 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, we 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 Majesty, and the safety and welfare of this jesty, and the safety and welfare of this

Ormond his Grace, Lord Lieftenant Generall, and General] Governour of this Kingdom); and I grant that the sword which our dread Soveraign] Lord the King hath committed into his hand, heç may wield in thy faith and feare, and vse according to thy blessed will, and word. Le) thy grace enlighten him, thy goodnesse confirm] him, and thy providence protect him. Blesse wel beseech thee, the whole Councill; direct theire consultations to the advancement of

the honour of his sacred Majesty, thy glory, the good of thy Church,, and y? safety

1. 3. Between “and” and “grant”, a word obliterated-probably "to". 1. 9. In “ Council”, the “;" written in different ink, on an "e". 1. 11. 'the honour of his sacred Majesty," interlined in darker ink, and in a kind of

square engrossing character.

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Q. Pr. 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,

Or,

LMIGHTY God, in whose hands all Earthly Power 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 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 ber 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 is, o merciful Father, for Jesus Christ his sake, our only Saviour and Re- Christ his sake, our only Saviour and Redeemer. Amen.

deemer. Amen. These two Prayers were by an order of the King and Council, in 1715, substituted for the Prayer beginning at l. 6. (p. 88.) in the text.

and welfare of this Kingdomě Grant this, O
Mercifull father, for Jesus Christ his sake, our

only Saviour and Redeemer. Amen. thirty eight

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A prayer for the Clergy and people.
Almighty and everlasting God, who alone
workest great marvells į send downě vpon our
Bishops, and Curates, and all Congregations co-
mitted to theire Charge, the healthfull Spirit of
thy grace, and that they may truly please thee,
pourę vpon them the continual] dew of thy
blessing Gran/t this, o Lord, for the honour
of our Advocate and Mediatour, Jesus Christ.
Amen.

A
prayer

of St Chrysostomi
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 theire requestsį fulfill
now, o Lord, the desires and petitions of thy
servants, as may bee most expedient for them
grapnting vs in this world knowledge of thy
truth, and in the world to come life everlasting,
Amen.

1. 4. The 41st page of the MS. Book has no catch-word.
1. 5. The 42nd page of the MS. Book commences with the words, “A prayer”.
1. 6. “ Almighty" written in an engrossing character.
1. 16. “ Almighty" written in an engrossing character.
1. 17. In “time”, the “i" written in different ink, and very clumsily.

2 Cor. 13. 14.
The Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the
love of god, and the fellowship of the holy Ghost
bed with vs all evermore. Amen.

Here endeth the order of Morning prayer
throughout the yearę.

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R. Pr. 1. 5. Order "for" Morning Prayer.

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