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or Kings , and all that are in authority, that we may ead a qniet and peaceable life in all godliness and horeity : for this is good and acceptable in the light of God our Saviour. i Tim. 2. 1, 2, 3. 9 In stead of Venite, exultemus, fhall be fung or said this hymn following ; one verse by the priest,

and another by the clerk and people.. O Come, let us sing unto the Lord: let us heartily

rejoyce in the strength of our salvation.Psal. 95.1. Let us come before his presence with thanksgiving: and hero vur felves glad in him with Psalms. Verse 2. For the Lord is a great Ġod: and a great King above ill gods. Ver. With his own right hand, and with his holy arm : hath he goten himjelf the victory. Psal. 98.2. The Lord declared his salvation:his righteousness hath he openly shewed in the sight of the heathen.Ver. 3. He hathremembred his mercy and truth towards the house of Ifrael: and all the ends of the world have seen the salvation of Our God. Verse 4.

For he hath found David his servant : with his holy yl hath he anointed him. Psal. 89.21.

His hand hath held him fajt: and his arm hath strengthened
Sim. Verse 22.
The enemy hath not been able to do him violence :
che fon of wickedness hath not hurt him. Verf. 23.

He hath (mitten down his foes before his face : and plagued hem that hated him. Verse 24.

His truth also and his mercy hath been with him: and En his Name is his horn exalted. Verf. 25. He hath set his dominion also in the sea : and his right hand in he floods. Verf. 26. Therefore all the kings of the earth shall praise thee,

Lord : for they have heard the words of thy mouth. Pfal. 138. 4. Yea, they small

sing in the wayes of the Lord : that great is the glory of the Lord. Veri. 5. My mouth also shall speak the praise of the Lord : and let all flesh give thanks unto his holy Name forever Ondever Dral us

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Glory be to the Father and to the Son : and to the holy Gholf. As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever Thall be = world without end. Amen. g Proper Psalms, Xx. Xxi. Lxxxv. Cxviii.

The first, 2 Sam, xix. v.9. g Proper Lessons,

The second, Rom. xiii. g in the fuffrages after the Creed these shall be inserted and useck for the King

Priest. O Lord, save the King ;
people. Who putteth his trust in thee.
Priest. Send him help from thy holy place.
People. And evermore mightily defend him.
Priest. Let his enemies have no advantage against him.

People. Let not the wicked approach to hurt him. 9 In stead of the first Collect for

Morning Prayer, these ima Mall be used. O

Lord God of our falvation, who hast been exceed

ingly gracious unto this Land, and by thy miraculous providence hast delivered us out of our late miferable confusions, by restoring to us our dread Sovereign Lord thy servant King Charles; we are now here before thee with all due thankfulness to acknowledge thine unspeakable goodness this day shewed unto us, and to offer up our sacrifices of praise unto thy glorious Name ; humbly beseeching thee to accept this our unfeigned, though unworthy oblation of our selves ; vowing all holy obedience in thought, word, and' work unto thy divine Majesty, and promising in thee,and for thee all loyal and dutiful Allegiance to thine Anointed fervant, and to his heirs after him: whcm we beseech thee to bless with all increase of grace, honour, and happiness in this world, and to crown with immortality and glory in the world to come ; for Jesus Chriit his sake, our only Lord and Saviour. Amen. O God, who by thy divine providence and goodness

didst this day first bring into the world, and didit this day also bring back and restore to us, and to his

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ownjult& undoubted rights,our most gracious Sovereign Lord thy servant King Charles; preserve his life,and esta blish his throne, we beseech thee. Be unto him a helmet of salvation against the face of his enemies and a strong towre of defence in the time of trouble. Let his Reign be prosperous, and his days many. Let justice,truth,and holiness; let peace, and love, and all Christian vertues flourish in his time. Let his people serve him with honour and obedience; and let him so duly serve thee on earth that he may hereafter everlastingly reign with thee in heaven,through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. G In the end of the Litany (which shall always this day be

used ) after the Collect, We humbly beseech thee, O Father, c.fhall this be said which followeth.

Lord God, most merciful Father, who of thine e

special grace and favour didit this day bring home unto us thy servant King Charles our Sovereign , and place him in the throne of this kingdom, thereby restoring to us the publiek and free profession of thy true Religion and Worship, to the great comfort and joy of our hearts; we thine unworthy servants here assembled together to celebrate the memory of this thy mercy, most humbly beseech thee to grant us grace, that we may always shew our felves truly and unfeignedly

AR thankful unto thee for the same : and that our gracious

J King may through thy mercy continue his Reign over us in all vertue, godliness, and honour,many and many years; and that we dutifully obeying him, as faithful and loyal Subjects, may long enjoy him with the conti-. to nuance of thy great blessings, which by him thou haft vouchfafed unto us through Jesus Christ ourLord. Amen.

Immediat ly before the Prayer of Saint Chryfoftomn, use the CH olleEt of thanksgiving ( For Peace and Deliverance from 101 our enemies.) O Almighty God, who art a strong towre of defence

unto thy servants against the face of their enemies ; we yield thee praise & thanksgiving fo & ur deliverance from those great and apparent dangers wherewith w

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Dret a were compalled. We acknowledge it thy goodness that nd we were not delivered over as a prey unto them; behelme feeching thee still to continue such thy mercies towards ftrcafus, that all the world may know that thou art our Savis Resour and mighty deliverer, through Jesus Christ our the Lord. Amen. 9 In the Communion-Service, between the commandments and the Epiftle, all these two Collects be used, in stead of the Cold

le&t for the King, and that of the day. O Most gracious God, and merciful Father, who liast

by thy infinite power and goodness safely and quietly, after so many and great troubles and adversities, setantled thy servant our Sovereign Lord King Charles in the

throne of his Fathers, (notwithstanding all the power and malice of his enemies) restoring unto us with him, and by him, the free profession of thy sacred Truth and Gospel, together with our former peace and profperity; we beseech thee to grant him the defence of

thy salvation, and to shew forth thy loving kindness, 19 and mercy to him; and to stir up continually in our

hearts all faithful duty and loyalty towards him, with a cm, religious obedience, and thankfulness unto thee for these nad ard all other thy mercies, through Jesus Christ our ha Lord. Amen. GR

Rant, we beseech thee, Almighty God, that our So

vereign Lord the King, whom thou didst this day happily bring home, and restore tous, may be a mighty Protector of his people, a religious Defender of thy

facred Faith, and of thy holy Church among us,a glo e crious Conquerour over all his enemies, a gracious Go

vernour unto all his subjects, and a happy Father of many Children to rule this Nation by fuccellion in all ages, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

The Epiftle. iS. Pet. 2. 11.
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grims abstain from fleshly lusts, which war against the soul : having your conversation honest among the Gentiles: that whereas they speak against you as evi'

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Llicy glorifíe God in the day of visitation. Submit your felves to very ordinance of man for the Lords fake: whether it be othe King, as fupreme; or unto Governours, as unto them hat are sent by hiin, for the punishment of evil-doers, and or the praile of them that do wel.For fo is the will of God, chat with well-doing ye may put to silence the ignorance of 10 oolish men: As free and not using your liberty for a cloke bí maliciousness, but as the servants of God. Honour all men, Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honour the King.

The Gospel. S. Matth. 22. 16.
Nd they sent out unto him their disciples, with the He-

rodians, saying, Master, we know that thou art true, and teachest the way of God in truth, neither careit thou for any man; for thou regardeft not the person of men. Tell us herefore, what thinkeit thou? Isit lawful to give tribute uno Cesar, or not? But Jelus perceived their wickedness and Taid, why tempt ye me, ye hypocrites? Shew me the tribute mony. And they brought unto him a peny. And he faith unto chen, whose is this image and superscription? They say unto him, Cefars. Then faith he unto them, Render therefore untó Cefar, the things which are Cefars; and unto God, the thingsthat are Gods. When they had heard these words they marvelled, and left him, and went their way.

After the Prayer (for the whole ítate of Christs Church, &c.) this Collefollowing shall be used. in heaven and earth; Receive our humble prayers

with our thanksgivings for our Sovereign Lord CHARLES, fet over us by thy grace and providence to be our King: And so, together with him,blefs the wholeRoyalFamily with the dew ofthy heavenly Spirit, that they, ever trusting in thy goodness, protected by thy power and crowned with thy gracious and endless-favour,may continue before thee in health,peace, joy, and honour, a long and happy life upon earth, and after death obtain everlasting life and glory in the kingdom of heaven by the merits and mediation of Christ Jesus our Saviour; who with the Father and the holy Spirit, liveth and reigneth ever one God, world without end." Amen.

Forms of PR AYER, To be used upon the Second of September, for the Dreadful Fire of LONDON,

The Service shall be the same with the usual office for holy-days in all things except where it is hereafter other ile appointed.

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