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my Body (c) which When all have communicated, the (c) And bere is given for you: Minilier Mall return to the to lay his hand do this in
Lord's Table, and reverently upon all the
membrance of Bread.
place upon it what remaineth me. Likewife of the consecrated Elements, co(2) Here lic
after supper, he vering the same with a fair is to take the (et) took ihe Cup;
linen Cloh. Cup into his
and when he had hand :
given thanks, he Then shall the Priest pay the Lord's gave it to them,
Prayer, the People repeating saying, Drink ye all of this;
after him every petition. for this (e) is UR Father, which art i12 (e) And here to lay his hand my blood of the heaven, Hallowed be thy
New Tesiament, Name; Thy kingdom come į upon every Ves. sei, (be it Cha- which is thed for Thy will be done in earth, as it lice or
Flason; you, andfor many, is in heaven: Give us this day our in which there for the remiffion daily bread; And forgive us our is any Wine to
of fins: Do this, trespaises, as we forgive them be consecrated.
as oft as ye thall that trespass against us; And drink it, in remembrance of me. lead us not into temptation, Amen.
But deliver us from evil: For Then. Mall the Minister first ren thine is the kingdom, and the ceive the Communion in both power, and the glory, For ever kinds himself, and then proceed and ever. Amen. to deliver the same to the Bi/hops; After shall be said as followeth: Priens, and Deacons, in like manner, (if any be present ;!
LORD and heavenly Father, and after that, to the people we thy humble servants also in order, into their hands, entirely defire thy fatherly all meekly kneeling. And when goodness, mercifully to accept he delivereth the Bread to any
this our facritice of praise and oile, he shall says
thanksgiving; mosi humbiy beTIE Body of our Lord Jesus the merits and deach of thy Son
feeching thee to grant, that by Thrit, which was given
for thee, preserve thy body and Jesus Christ, and through faith foul unio everlaiting life. Take in his Blood, we and all thy and eat this in reniembrance miftion of our lins, and all other
whole Church may obtain rethat Chrifi died for, thee, and feed on him in ihy heart by faith benefits of his pation. And here with thankigiving.
we offer and prefent unto thee,
O Lord, ourselves, our souls and And the Minister that delivereth bodies, to be a reasonable, holy, the Cup to any one, frall say, and lively facrifice unto thee;
CHE Blood of our Lord Jesus humbly beseeching thee, that all thec, preterve thy body and soul holy Communion, may be fulunto everlasting life. Duink this filled with thy grace and hea in remembrance that Christ's venly benediction And although Blood was ihed for thee, and be we be unworthy, through our thankful.
manifold fins, to offer unto the If the consecrated Bread or Wine any facrifice; yet we beseecha
be all spent before all have coin- thee to accept this our bounden
be present).Jhalllet them depart
with this Bleffing. ALMOG ATY and everliving God,
moft heartily Treeace of God, which thank thee, for that thou dost
all , vouchlafe to feed us, who have keep your hearts and minds in oluly received these holy myfthe knowledge and love of God, teries, with the spiritual food and of his Son Jesus Christ our of the moti precivus Body and
Lord: And the blessing of God Blood of thy son cur Sáviour Alimighty, the Father, the Son, Jelis Christ, and doit allure us
and the Holy Ghost, be amongit and reinam
with you Thereby of ihy favour and good you, ness towards us; and that we are
always. Amen. very members incorporate in Collec7s to be juid after the Offers the mystical Body of thy Son, tory, when there is no Commu. which is the blenéd company of nion, every such Day one all faithful people; and are also more'; and the sanse may be heirs through hope of thy ever- Said also, as often as occasion lafting kingdom, by the merits Thall serve, after the Coletis of the most precious death and either of Morning or Evening paffion of thy near Son. And we Priver communion, or Litany, anoit humbis beleech thee, O by the discretion of the linier. Heavenly Father, 10 to alift us with thy grace, that we may
SSIST us mercifully, O Lord, continue in that boiy fellowinip, and prayers, and dispose the and do all luch good works as way of thy fervants towards the thou hast prepared for us to attainment of everlating, falvawalk in, through lefts Christ our tion; that among all the changes Lord; to whom, with thee and and chances of this mortal life, the Holy Ghofi, be all lionour they may ever be defended by and glory, world without end. thy most gracious and ready Amen.
help, through Jetus Christ our
Lord. Amen. Then thall be faid or fung, ALMIGHTY Lord, anderer. GLORY be sol Goda con high
lafting Ged, vouchtafe, we and in earth peace, good befcech thee, to direct, fanétify, will towards inen. We praise and govern both our hearts and thee, we bless thee, we worthip bodies in the ways of thy laws, thee, we glorify thee, we give and in the works of thy cointhanks to thee for thy great mandments; that through thy glory, O Lord God, heavenly most mnighiy protection, both King, God the Father Almighty. here and ever, we may be
O Lord, ihe only-begotten Son preserved in body and foul, Jefu Chriii; O Lord God, Lamb through our Lord and Saviour of God, Son of the Father, that Jesus Christ. Amen. takeft away the lins of the
RANT, we beseech thee, world, have mercy upon us : Thou that takeli away the fins words, which we have heard of the world, have mercy upon this day with our outward ears us: Thou that takeli away the may, through thy, grace, be fo fins of the world, receive our grafied inwardly in our hearts, prayer: Tlou that fiteli at the that they may bring forth in us right hand of God the Father, the fruit of goori living, 10 the have inercy upon us.
honour and prale of thy Name, For thou only art holy; thou ihrough Jetus Christ our Lord. only art the Lord; thou only, Amen. o Chrifi, with the Holy Ghoit,
in the glory of PROYECTOS, O Lord; in all God the Father. Amen.
our doings with thy
gracious favour, and furiher us
in all our works begun, conti- worthiness of thy Son Jesus Christ nued, and ended in thee, we our Lord. Amen. may glorify thy holy Name; and tinant by thy mercy obiain AMIGUIX God, who hail
promised to hearthe petitions everlasting life, through Jesus' of them that alk in thiy Son's Christ our Lord. Amen.
Name; We befeech thee mercia LMIGHTY God, the foun- fully to incline thine ears to us
, knoweft our neceflities before and supplications unto thee; and we ask, and our ignorance in grant that those things which alking; We beseech thee to have we have faithfully alked accordcompassion upon our infirmities; ing to thy will, may effectually and those things, which for our be obtained, to the relief of our unworthiness we dare not, and neceility, and to the fetung for our blindness we cannot ask, forth of thy glory, through Jesus vouchlafe to give us, for the Christ our Lord. Amen. UPON the Sundays and other Holy-Days (if there be no Communion),
Thall be said all that is appointed at the Communion, until the end of the general Prayer (For the whole state of Christ's Church milie tant here in earth.], together with one or more of these Collects luft before rehearsed, concluding with the Blejling. And there shall be no celebration of the Lord's Supper, except there be
a convenient number to communicate with the Priejt, according
to his discretion. And if there be not above twenty Persons in the Parish of discretion to
receive the Communion, yet there shall be no Communion, except four
(or three at the least) communicate with the Priest. And in Cathedral and Collegiate Churches and Colleges, where there
are many Priests and Deacons, they Mall all receive the crime munion with the Priest every Sunday at the least, except they have
a reasonable cause to the contrary. And to take away all occasion of dissention and superftition, which
any Person haih or might have concerning the Bread and line, it Jhall fufice that the Bread be Yuch as is usual to be eaton, but the best and purest Wheat Bread that conveniently my be guiten. and if any of the Bread and Wine remain unconfecrated, the Curate Thall have it to his own use ; but if any remain of ihat which was 'confecrated, it shall not be carried out of the Church, but the Priest, and such other of the Communicants as he jhall then call unto him, Mall, immediately after the Bleijing, reverently eat and drink the fame. The Bread and Wine for the Communion shall be provided by the
Curate and the Churchwardens, at the charges of the Parish. And note, that every Parishioner shall communicate at the least three times in the year, of which Eater to be one. And yearly ai Eajter every Parishioner shall reckon with the Parfon, Vicur, or Curate, or his or their deputy or deputies; and pay to them or him all Ecclefiaftical Duiies accustomably due, then and at that time 10
he paid. After the Divine Service ended, the money siven at the Offertory thall be disposed of to such pious and charitable ufis as the 11inister and Churchwurdins Thall think fit. M'herein is they disagree, it huid
be disposed of as the Ordinary shall appoint. “W"
HEREAS it is ordained in this oftice for the Administration
of the Lord's Supper, that the Communicants should 6 receive the fame kneeling; (which Order is well meant, for a “ fignification of our humble and grateful acknowledgement of “the benefits of Christ therein given to all worthy Receivers, and " for the avoiding of such profanation and disorder in the Holy ALIGUTY
Communion as might otherwile ensue:). Yet, left the fame kneel"ing Thould by any Persons, either out of ignorance and infirmity, 6 or out of malice and obstinacy, he mi construed and depraved; it is “hereby declared, That thereby no Adoration is intended, or ought
to be done, either unto thé Sacrainental Bread or Wine there 6 bodily received, or unto any Corporeal presence of Chrift's natu“ral Fleih and Blood. For the Sacramental Bread and Wine “remain fill in their very natural subliances; and therefore may “not be adored; (for that were Idolatry to be abhorred of au faith"ful Christians:) and the natural Body and Blood of our Saviour “ Christ are in heaven, and not here; it being against the truth
of Christ's natural Body to be at one time in more places than
THE MINISTRATION OF
TO BE USED IN THE CHURCH.
Baptifm should not be administered but upon Sundays, and other Holy-Days, when the most number of people come together; as well for that the Congregation there present may testify the receiving of them that be newly baptized into the number of Christ's Church; as also becaufi, in the Baptism of Infants, every main prefint may be put in remembrance of his own profesion made in God in his Baptism. For which cause also it is expedient that Baptism be ministered in the vulgar tongue. Nevertheless, (if necellity so
require) Children may be baptized upon any other Day. And noie, That there shall be for every Male Child to be baptized,
two Godfathers and one Godmother; and for every Female, one
Godfather and two Godmothers. When there are Children to be baptized, the Parents shall give
knowledge thereof over night, or in the morning before the begin. ning of Morning Prayer, to the Curate. Ana then the Godfather's and Godmothers, and the People with the Children, must be ready at the Fort, either immediately after the last Lejon at Morning Prayer, or else immediately after the luft Leilon at Evening Prayer, as the Curate by his discretion shall appoint. And the Priest coming to the Font (which is then to be filled with pure Water,) and standing there, Jhall say,
ATH this Child been al- Child that thing which by naH
ready baptized, or no? turc ke cannot have; that he If they answer No; then thall the may be baptized with Water and Priest proceed as followeth:
the Holy Ghost, and received EARŁY heloved, forasmuch
into Christ's Hoiy Church, and
faine. born in fin; and that our Saviour Christ faith, None can enter into Then thall the Priest say, the kingdom of God, except he
Let us pray. regenerate, and born anew of LMIGHTY I beseech you to call upon God cy didit fave Noali and his fainily the Fatlier, through our Lord in the ark from perithing by Jesus Christ, that of his bount. water; and also didnt farely lead eous mercy he will grant to this the cliildren of Israel thy people
through the Red Sea, figuring forbid them not; for of such is thereby thy holy Baptism; and the kingdom of God. Verily I say by the Baptism of thy well-be- unto you, Wholoever thall not loved Son Jerus Chritt in the receive the kingdom of God as a river Jordan, didit sanctify Water little child, he ihall not enter to the myttical washing away of therein. And he took them up sin; We beleech thee, for thine in his arms, put his hands upon infinite mercies, that thou wilt them, and blessed thein. mercifully look upon this Child; After the Gospel is read, the Mi. wath him, and fanctify him with the Holy Ghoft; that he being
nister thaill make this brief delivered from thy wrath, may
Exhortation upon the words of
the Gospel. be received into the ark of Chriff's Church; and being died: BEG
ELOVED, ye hear in this fait in faith, joyful through hope,
Gospel the words of our San and rooted in charity, may lo
viour Christ, that he commanded pass the waves of this trouble the children to be brought unto some world, that finally he may him; how he blamed those that come to the land of everlailing would have kept them from him; life; there to reign with thee how he exhorieth all men lo world without end, through Je- follow their innocency. Ye per. sus Christ our Lord. Amen.
ceive how by his outward gefiure and immortal will toward them ; for he embrac
and deed he declared his good God, the aid of all that ed them in his arms, he laid his need, the helper of all that flee hands upon them, and blefied to thee for succour, the life of them. Doubt re not therefore, them that believe, and the resur; but earnefily believe ihat he rection of the dead; We call will likewise' favourably receive upon thee for this Infant, that this present Infant ; that he will he coming to thy holy Baptifm, embrace him with the arms of may receive rein:ffon, of his fins his mercy; that he will give unto by' spiritual regeneration. Re: him the bletting of eternal life, ceive him, O Lord, as thou haft and make him partaker of his promised' by thy well-beloved everlasting kingdom. Wherefore, Son, saying, Atk, and ye Hall
we being thus persuaded of the have; leek, and ye shall find; good will of our heavenly Father knock, and it shall be opened towards this Infant, declared by untu you : So give now unto us his Son Jesus Chrift; and nothing that alk ; let us iliat seek, lind; doubting, but that he tavourably open the gate unto usihat knock; alloweth this charitable work of that this Infant may enjoy the
ours, in bringing this Infant to everlasting benediction of thy his holy Baptism; let us faithCheavenly waihing, and may come fully and devoutly give thanks to the eternal kingdom which unto him, and say, thou hafi promised by Christ cur Lurd. Amin. Then Jhall the people stand up, and give thee humble thanks, that
God, heavenly Father, we the Priest that say, ihou bast vouchiared to call us Hear the words of the Gospel in the knowledge of thy grace,
written by Saint Mark, in the and faith in thee: Increase this
10th chapter, at the 13th verse. knowledge, and confirın this 1 HEY brought yourg chil- faith in us evermore. Give thy
dren to Christ, that he Holy Spirit to this Infani; that thould touch them; and his dir. he may be born again, and be ciples rebuker thote that brought made an heir of everlafing falvathem. But wiien Jesus saw it, he tion, through our Lord Jeius was much difpicated, and said Christ, who liveth and reigneth
them, Sutter the little with thee and the Holy Spirit, Gildren to come unto me and now and for ever. Amen.