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" ... no form or order of common prayers, administration of sacraments, rites. or ceremonies, shall be openly used in any church, chapel, or other public place... "
Miscellaneous works of Robert Robinson: to which are prefixed brief memoirs ... - Page 155
by Robert Robinson - 1807
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The History and the Mystery of Good-Friday

Robert Robinson - Church and state - 1782 - 56 pages
...(Ceremonies fliall be ufed in any church - - - other than what is prefcribed and APPOINTED to be ufed in and by the Common Prayer book. By what effrontery does a prieft allow organs in publick worftrip after he has Tubfcribed to the truth of an homily, which declares...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volume 22

1802
...uniformity which established the Liturgy, and enacts, That no form or order of common prayer be openly u*cd, other than what is prescribed and appointed to be used in and by the said book ; it is, notwithstanding, provided, that in all those prayers, lilanies, and collects, which...
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The clergyman's assistant, or A collection of acts of parliament, forms and ...

Parliament acts - 1828
...Universities, the colleges or Jpublick ^ Westminster, Winchester, or Eaton, or any of them, other place. than what is prescribed and appointed to be used in and by the said Book ; and that the present Governor or Head of every college and hall in the said Universities,...
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A History of the Romish and English Hierarchies: With an Examination of the ...

James Abbott - Episcopacy - 1833 - 356 pages
...perform on it, and a most ludicrous effect it had; but they have had no right to do these things ; for, as the " Common Prayer Book" no where enjoins...Prayer Book." By what effrontery does a priest allow a long trumpet, and fiddles, and organs, in public worship, after he has subscribed to a homily which...
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A Full Report of the Case of Mastin V. Escott, Clerk, for Refusing to Bury ...

Frederick George Mastin, Thomas Sweet Escott, William Calverley Curteis - Baptism - 1841 - 298 pages
...in either of the " Universities, the colleges of Westminster, Winchester, or Eton, " or any of them, other than what is prescribed and appointed to " be used in and by the said book." And these, I believe, are the only words forbidding the use of any other form to be found...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1842
...sacraments, rites or ceremonies, shall be openly used in any church, chapel, or other public place, other than what is prescribed and appointed to be used in and by the said book " This clause, in my opinion, prohibits the use of any ceremony not actually prescribed ;...
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A Tabular View of the Variations in the Communion and Baptismal Offices of ...

Frederic Bulley - Baptism - 1842 - 304 pages
...Hall in either of the Universities : the Colleges of Westminster, Winchester, or Eton, or any of them, other than what is prescribed, and appointed to be used in and by the said book ; and that the present Governor, or Head of every College and Hall in the said Universities,...
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The Choral Service of the United Church of England and Ireland: Being an ...

John Jebb - Church music - 1843 - 549 pages
...either of the Universities, the Colleges of Westminster, Winchester, or Eton, or any of the others, than what is prescribed and appointed to be used in and by the said Book1." It is possible that these passages may refer to the more public English Service only ;...
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The Church, Volumes 1-3

1844
...the communion table altar-wise; but they had no right to do so, for as the Common Prayer Book nowhere enjoins them, they are expressly prohibited by the...truth of an homily, which declares them superstitious 1 Or with what presumption does he dare, in direct opposition to act of parliament, to invade a prerogative...
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The Christian guardian (and Church of England magazine).

1844
...order of Common Prayer, or administration of sacraments, &c., shall be openly used in any Church, &c., other than what is prescribed and appointed to be used in and by the same book.' Accordingly ENFORCEMENT OF THE RUBRIC. he examines what is prescribed and appointed to...
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