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O Son of David, haue mercy vpon vs.
Both now and ever vouchsafe to hearę vs, o
Christ.

GraJiously hear1 vs, O Christ: gra/iously
hear vs o Lord Christ,

Priest.
O Lord, le ] thy mercy be] shewed vpon vs.

Answer.
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Let ys pray:

We humbly beseech the, O father, mercifully
to look] vpon our infirmities, and for the glory
of thy name, turn from vs all those evils that
we most righteously have deserved; and grants
that in all our troubles wel may pul our whole
trust and confidence in thy mercy, and evermore
serv] the] in holiness) and pureness) of living,
to thy honour and glory, through our only
mediatour and Advocate, Jesus Christ our Lord.
Amen.

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prayer of S: Chrysostom. Sixty two

Almighty.

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Almighty God, who hast given vs grace a] this
time with one accord to make our Coñon Sup-

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1. 11. “We” written in an engrossing character. 1. 21. In “Chrysostom”, an ";" altered into the “y”. 1. 23. The 66th page of the MS. Book commences with the word “Almighty". 1. 23. Almighty' written in an engrossing character.

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plications vnto the], 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 be most expedient for them, granting vs in this world knowledge of thy truth, and in the world to come life everlasting. Amen.

2 Corinthians, 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 Litany.

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1. 13. The 66th page of the MS. Book has no catch-word.

U. Pr. 1. 8. 2 Cor. xiii. 14.

Q. Pr. 1. 8. 2 Cor. xiii. 14.

vpon several occasions, To bell used before the two final] prayers of the Litany, or of morning and evening prayer.

Prayers.

for rain. O God heavenly father, who by thy son Jesus Christ hast promised to all them that seek thy Kingdom and the righteousness! thereof, all things necessary to their bodily sustenance; send vs, we] beseech the], in this our necessity, such moderate rain and showr's, that we may receiv] the fruits of the earth to our comfort, , and thy honour, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

ffor fair/ weather: O Almighty Lord God, who for the sin]] of man didst once drown all the world, except eight persons, and afterward of thy great mercy didst promise never to destroy it sol again); Wel humbly beseech thee, that although wel for our iniquities haue worthily deserved a plague of raine and waters, yet vpon our true repentance thou wilt send vs such weather, as that weę may

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1. 1. The 67th page of the MS. Book commences with the word “Prayers".
1. 8. “O God” written in an engrossing character.
1. 18. O Almighty" written in an engrossing character.
1. 24. After “repentance", a blot, as if to obliterate a point.

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receiv] the fruits of the earth in due season, and
learn] both by thy punishment to amend our
lives, and for thy clemency to give thee praise
and glory, through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Amen.

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In the time of dearth and famine.
O God heavenly father, whose gllift it is, that
the rain] doth fall, the earth is fruitfull, beasts
increase, and fishes do] multiply; Behold, well
beseech ther, the afflictions of thy people, and
grant that the scarcity and dearth (which we]
do] now most justly suffer for our iniquity) may
through thy goodness.] beę mercifully turned
into cheapness] and plenty, for the love of Jesus
Christ our Lord; to whom with the and the
holy Ghost bel all honour and glory, now and
Amen.

Or this.
O God mercifull father, who in the time of
Elisha the Prophet didst suddenly in Samaria
turn great scarcity and dearth into plenty and
cheapness; have mercy vpon vs, that wej) who
are now for our sin's punished with like ad-

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for ever.

1. 3. In "give”, the “e” rewritten. 1. 7. The 68th page of the MS. Book commences with the words “In the". 1. 8. “O God" written in an engrossing character. 1. 20. “ O God" written in an engrossing character.

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