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fess] i that our Lord Jesus Christ, the son of
God, is God, and man ;
God of the substance of the father, begotten
before the worlds 1 and man of the substance of
his mother, born in the world
Perfect god and perfect man of a reasonable
souls, and humane flesh subsisting ;
Equall to the father, as touching his Godhead:
and inferiour to the father, as touching his man-
hood.
Who although heç bee Cod, and man: yet he?
is not two, but one Christ;
One; not by conversion of the Godhead into
flesh: but by taking of the manhood into God;
One altogether, not by confusion of substancc i.
but by Unity of person.
ffor as the reasonable Soule and flesh is one man :

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Who suffered for our Salvation : descended into hell, rose again] the third day from the dead. He ascended into heaven, hell sitteth on the right hand of the father, god Almighty: from whence hes] shall come to judgł the quick and the dead. At whose com ling all men shall rise again with their I bodies: and shall give acconppt for their own works :.

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1. 21. The 58th page of the MS. Book commences with the word “Who".

they
And that have done good shall go into life
everlasting: and they that have done evil into
everlasting fire.
This is the Catholick faithi. which, except a man
believe faithfully, he cannot be ] saved,
Glory be] to the father, and to the son 1 and to
the holy Ghost;
As it was in the begiñing, is now, and ever shall
bel; world without end. Amen.

Here followeth the Litany or general Sup-
plicačon to be sung or said after morning
prayer vpon Sundaies, wednesdaies and
fridaies, and a) other times, when it shall

bee comanpded by the Ordinary.
O God the father of heaven: have mercy vpon
vs miserable sinners.

O God the father of heaven: have mercy vpon

vs miserable sinners, O God the song Redeemer of the world i. have mercy vpon vs miserable Sinner's,

O God the son, Redeemer of the world i have mercy vpon vs miserable sinners.

O

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O, God the holy Ghost, proceeding from the father, and the son :] have mercy vpon vs miserable sinners.

O God the holy Ghost, proceeding from

1. 24. The 59th page of the MS. Book commences with the words “ O God”. 1. 24. “0, God” written in an engrossing character.

and

the father, and the Son: have mercy vpon

vs miserable sinners. O holy, blessed, and glorious Trinity, three persons, one God I have mercy vpon vs miserable Sinners.

O holy blessed and glorious Trinity, three persons and one God I have mercy upon vs

miserable sinners. Remember not Lord our offences, nor the offences of our forefathers, neither take thou vengeance of our sin si spare vs, good Lord, spare thy people whom thou hast redeemed with thy most precious bloud, and be not angry with vs for ever.

Spare vs, good Lord. ffrom all evil) and mischi fø, from sin, from the crafts and assaults of the devill, from thy wrath, and from everlasting damnation.

Good Lord, deliver vs. ffrom all blindnesse of heart; from pride, vain] glory, and hypocrisy ; from envy, hatred, and malice, and all vncharitableness),

Good Lord, deliver vs. ffrom fornication, and all other deadly sin; and from all the decei ts of the world, the flesh, and the devil

Good Lord, deliver vs. fifty six

1. 4. "and" interlined, without a caret.
1. 15. In “mischief”, the “i” written on a letter which it obliterates.
1. 20. In “hypocrisy”, an “i" altered into the “y”.
1. 27. The 59th page of the M$. Book has no catch-word.

ffrom lighning, and tempest; from plague,
pestilence, and famine; from battell, and murder,
and from sudden death,

Good Lord, deliver vs.
ffrom all sedition, privy conspiracy, and rebellion;
from all false doctrine, heresie, and schism;
from hardnessę of heart, and contempt of thy
word and comandmenty

Good Lord, deliver vs.
By the mystery of thy holy incarnation by thy
holy nativity and circumcisions by thy baptism,
fasting, and temptation,

Good Lord, deliver vs.
By thine agony and bloudy sweat; by thy cross]
and passion ; by thy precious death and burial],
by the glorious resurrection and ascension and
by the comeing of the holy: Ghost,

Good Lord, deliver vs.
In all time of our tribulations in all time of our
wealth | in the hourę of death, and in the day of
Judgment,

Good Lord, deliver vs.
We sinners do beseech thce to hearę vs, O
Lord, God. and that it may please thee to rule
and govern thy holy Church vniversal] in the
right way;

Wed beseech thee to hearę vs, good Lord.

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1. l. The 60th page of the MS. Book commences with the word “ffrom".
1. 8. In “comandment”, the “n" written on a “u"
1. 10. In “mystery'', an “i” altered into the “y”.
1. 14. In “bloudy”, the “u” formed out of an

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That it may pleasi thee to keep and strengthen in the true worshipping of thee, in righteousness and holinesse of life, thy servant Charles our most gracious King and Governour;

Wee besecch thce to hearę vs, good Lord. fifty seven

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That it may pleas, thee to rule his heart in thy faith, feare, and love, and that hel

love, and that he may evermore haue affiance in thce, and ever seeke thy honour and glory;

Weç beseech thee to hearę vs, good Lord. That it may please thee to be, his defender and keeper, giving him the victory over all his enemies;

Wee beseech thee to hearę vs, good Lord. That it may please thee to bless and preserve our gra lious Queenç Katherine, Maryll the Queen] Mother, James Duke of Yorke, and all the royall family

Weg bescech thee to hearę vs, good Lord. That it may please thee to illuminate all Bishops, Priests, and Deacons with true knowledg] and vnderstanding of thy word, and that both by their) preaching and living they may se, it forth, and shew it accordingly;

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1. 6. The 60th page of the MS. Book has no catch-word.
1. 7. The 61st page of the MS. Book commences with the word “That'.
1. 17. After “Mary”, a blot, as if to obliterate a point.

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