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them;

We befeech thee to hear us, good Thy will be done in earth, as it Lord.

is in heaven: Give us this day That it may please thee to our daily bread; And forgive us defend and provide for the fa- our trespasses, as we forgive them therless children and widows, that trespass against us; And lead and all ihat are desolate and us not into temptation, But delioppreised;

ver us from evil. Amen. We beseeck thee to hear us, good Prieft. O Lord, deal not with Lord.

us after our fins: That it may please thee to Answ. Neither reward us after have mercy upon all men; our iniquities.

We beseech thee to hear us, good Lord.

Let us pray: That it may please thee to O forgive our enemies, persecutors,

despiseft not the fighing of and Nanderers, and to turn their of such as be forrowful; Mer.

a contrite heart, nor the delire We bejeech thee 10 hear us, good cifully assist our prayers that we Lord.

make before thee in all our That it may please thee to troubles and adverfities, whengive and preserve to our ufe foever they 'oppress us; and the kindly' fruits of the earth, graciously hear us, that those so as in due time we may enjoy evils, which the craft and sub

tilty of the devil or man workWe beseech thee to hear us, good eth against us, he brought to Lord.

nought, and by the providence That it may please thee to give of thy goodness they may be us true repentance, to forgive us dispersed"; that we thy servants, all our fins, negligences, and ig- being hurt by no persecutions, norances, and to endue us with may evermore give thanks untó the grace of thy Holy Spirit, to thee in thy holy Church, through amend our lives according to thy Jesus Christ our Lord. holy Word;

O Lord, arise, help us, and deWe beseech thee to hear ui, good liver us for thy Name's sake. Lord.

som of God: we beseech thee O GODwe have heard with to hear us.

our ears, Son of God: we beseech thee to have declared unto us, the noble

works that thou didst in their O Lamb of God : that takest days, and in the old time before

them. away the fins of the world; Grant us thy peace.

O Lord, arise, help us, and deo Lamb of God : that takest liver us for thine honour. away the fins of the word;

Glory he to the Father, and Have mercy upon us.

to the Son : and to the Holy O Chrift, hear us. O Christ, hear us.

Anfier. As it was in the Lord, have mercy upon us. beginning, is now, and ever Lot, have mercy upon us. 1hall be : world without end. Chritt, have mercy upon us. Amen. Chrif, have mercy upon us. From our enemies defend us, Lord, have mercy uron us.

O Chrift. Lord, have mercy upon us.

Graciously look upon our attico Then thall the Priest, and the tions.

People with hini, say the Lord's Pitifully behold the sorrows of Prayer.

our hearts. UR Father, which art in thy people.

Mercifully forgive the fins of 0

heaven, Hallowed be thy Favourably wity mercy hcar Raine; Thy kingdom come; our prayers.

heur us.

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Let us pray.

Son of David, have mercy only Mediator and Advocate, upon us.

Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen, Both now and ever vouchsafe

A Prayer of St. Chryfoftom. to hear us, o Chrift. graciously hear us, O Lord Ckrijt. with one accord to make our Gracion ly hear 4., o Chrift: AWEG UI'y God, who haft

given us grace, at this time, Priest. O Lord, let thy mercy be thewed upon us;

common fupplications unto thee; Anw. As we do put our trust and doft promile, that when two

or three are gathered together in thee.

in thy Name, thou wilt grant

their requetis; Fulfil now, O WE ;

O Father, mercifully to look of thy servants, as may be moft upon our intirmities; and for expedient for them; granting us the glory of thy Name turn from

in this world knowledge of thy us all those evils that we most truth, and in the world to come righteously have deserved; and life everlasting. Amen. grant, that in all our troubles we

2 Cor. xiii. 11. may put our whole trust and HE grace of our Lord Jesus confidence in thy mercy, and

, evcrinore serve thee in holiness and the fellowship of the Holy and pureneis of living, to thy Ghost, be with us all everinore. honour and glory, through our Amen.

Here endeth the Litany.

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PRAYERS AND THANKSGIVINGS

UPON SEVERAL OCCASIONS;
To be used before the two final Prayers of the Litany, or of

Morning and Evening Prayer.
PRAYERS.

true repentance thou wilt send GOD, heavenly Father, who us such weather, as that we inay promised io all them that feek due feałon; and learn both by thy ihy kingdom, and the righteouf- punishment to annend our lives, ness thereof, all things neceffary and for thy clemency to give to their bodily sustenance; Send thee praise and glory, through us, we beseech thee, in this our Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. necessity, fuch moderate rain and showers, that we may receive the fruits of the earth to

GOD, heavenly Father, O

whose gift it is, that the our comfort, and to thy honour, rain doth fall, the earth is fruirthrough Jesus Christ our Lord. ful, beasts increale, and fithes do Amen.

mulsiply; Behold, we beseech

thee, the afflictions of thy people; ALMIGHTY Lord God, and grant that the icarcity and

whu for the fin of man didît dearth, which we do now inoft once drown all the world, except jusily fuffer for our iniquity, eight persons, and afterward of may through thy, goodness be thy great mercy didst promile mercifully turned into cheap never to deliroy it to again; We ness and plenty, for the love of humbly beseech thee, that, al- Jefas Christ our Lord; to whom though we för our iniquities with thee, and the Holy Ghofi, have worthily deserved a plague be all honour and glory now and

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fickness, through Jesus Christ our i O

GOD, merciful Father, who Lord. Amen.

in the time of Elisha the In the Ember Weeks, to be said prophet sidst suddenly in Sama- every Day, for those that are to ria iurn great scarcity and dearth be admitted into Holy Orders. into plenty and cheapness; Have LMIGHTY God, our hea. mercy upon us, that we, who are now for our fins punithed chased to thyself an universal with like adversity, may likewise find a seasonable relief: Increase thy dear son; Mercifully look

Church by the precious blood of the fruits of the earth by thy upon the same, and at this time heavenly benediction; and grant to guide and govern the minds that we, receiving thy bountiful of thy fervants, the Bishops and liberality, may use the same to Paitors of thy fock, tiyat they thy glory, the relief of those that may ay hands suddenly on no are needy, and our own comfort, man, but faithfully and wisely through Jesus Christ our Lord. make choice of fit persons to serve Amen.

in the facred Min fry of thy In the time of War and Tumults. Church. And to those which shall

be ordained to any holy function, O Alkings, and Governor of Benedictions that both by their

give thy grace heavenly all things, whose power no crea- life and doétrine they may set ture is able to resist, to whom it forth thy glory, and let forward belongeth justly to punish finners, the salvation of all men, through and to be merciful to them that Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. truly repent; Save and deliver us, we humbly beleech thee,

Or this: from the hands of our enemies abate their pride, aliwage their ALMIGHTY God, the giver

of all good gifts, who of malice, and confound their de. thy divine providence bait apvices; that we, being armed pointeri divers Orders in thy with thy defence, may be pre- Church; Give thy grace, we served evermore from all perils, humbly beseech thee, to all those to glorify thee, who art the only who are to be called to any office giver of all victory, through the and adminifiration in the same; merits of thy only Son Jerus and fo replenith them with the Christ our Lord. Amen.

truth of thy doctrine, and endue In the time of any common

them with innocency of life, that Plague or Sickness. they may faithfully serve before

thee, to the glory of thy great Ochy_wrath didhtienda plague han church, through Jefus Christ ALMIGHTY God, who in

Name, and upon thine own people in the

our Lord. Amen. wilderness, for their obftinate rebellion against Moies and Aaron;

A Prayer for the High Court of and also, in the time of king

Parliament, to be r'eud during

their Session. David, didft nay with the plague of peltilence three core and ten

M

OST gracious God, we thourand; and yet, remembering

humbly beseech thee, as thy mercy, didst save the rest; for this kingdom in general, lo Have pity upon us miserable in- especially for the High Court of ners, who now are vifited with Parliament, under our most regreat fickness and moriality; ligious and gracious King at that like as thou didst then accept this time assembled: That thou of an atopement, and diost com- wouldest be pleased to direct and mand the defiroying angel to prosper all their consultations, lo cease from punishing, so it may the advancement of thy glory, now please thee to withdraw the good of thy Church, the from us this plague and grievous safety, honour, and welfare of our

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Sovereign and his dominions ; may be led into the way of that all things may be so ordered truth, and hold the faith in unity and settled by their endeavours, of spirit, in the bond of peace, upon the best and furest founda- and in righteousness of life. tions, that peace and happiness, Finally, we commend

to thy truth and justice, religion and fatherly goodneis all thore who piety, may be eliablithed among are any ways aftlicted or diftreffed us for all generations. These in mind, body, or *This to be said and all other neceflaries, for ettaie, [*especial- when any desire thein, for us, and thy whole ly those for whom the Prayers of Church, we humbly beg in the our prayers are the CongregaName and Mediation of Jesus defréd], that it tion. Christ our most bleffed Lord and may please thee to comfort and Saviour. Amen.

relieve them according to their A Collect or Prayer for all Con- severa! neceffities, giving them ditions of Men, to be used at patience under their sufferings, such times when the Litany is and a happy issue out of all their not appointed to be suid.

afflictions: and this we beg for O cover the Creator and Pre- Jesus Christ his sake. Amen.

ferver , we A Prayer that may be said after humbly beseech thee for all sorts any of the former. and conditions of , wouldett be pleased to make hiny O GOD, whole

nature and

property is ever to have ways known unto them, thy mercy and to forgive, receive taving health unto all nations. humble petitions, and More especially we pray for the though we be tied and bound good' eitate

of

the Catholic with the chain of our tins, yet Church; that it may be fo let the pitifulness of thy great guided and governed by thy mercy loose us, for the honour of good Spirit, that all who profess Jesus Christ our Mediator and and call themselves Christians, Advocate. Amen.

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THANKSGIVINGS.

thankful; and that we may thew all mercies, we thine un- our lips, but in our lives; by worthy servants do give thee giving up, ourselves to thy sermoft humble and hearty thanks vice, and by walking before for all thy goodness and loving- thee in holiness and righteous kindnefs to us and to all men, neis all our days, through Jetus

[*particularly to Christ our Lord ; to whom with * This to be those who desire thee and the Holy Ghost, be all said when any now to offer up, honour and glory, world without that have been their praises and end. Amen. prayed tor de sire to return thanksgivings for

For Rain. praise. thy late mercies GOD our heavenly Father,

O vouchsafed unto who by thy gracivus prothem). We bless thee for our vidence doit cause the foriner creation, preservation, and all and the latter rain to descend the blessings of this life; but upon the earth, that it may above all, for thine inestimable bring forth fruit for the use of love in the redemption of the man; we give thee humble world by our Lord Jesus Christ; thanks that it hath pleaied thee, for the means of grace, and for in our great neceflity, to send us the hope of glory. And we be- at the last a joyful rain upon feech thee, give us that due thine inheritance, and to retreib sense of all thy mercies, that it when it was dry, to the great our hearts may be upfeignedly comfort of us thy rin worthy

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servants, and to the glory of of a violent and unruly people; thy holy Name, through thy We bless thy holy Name that it mercies in Jesus Christ our Lord. hath pleased thee to appease the Anen.

feditious tumults which have For Fair Weather.

been lately raised up amongft

us; most humbly beseeching thee humbled us by thy late

we may henceforth obediently plague of immoderate rain and walk in thy holy commandinents; waters, and in thy mercy haft and leading a quiet and peaceable relieved and comforted our souls life in all godlinels and honesty, by this seasonable and blessed may continually offer unto thee change of weather; We praise our facrifice of praise and thankfand glorify thy holy Name for giving for these thy mercies to. this thy mercy, and will always wards us, through' Jesus Chrift declare thy loving-kindness from our Lord. Amen. generation to generation, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. For Deliverance from the Plague, For Plenty.

or other common Sickness.

LORD , MOST merciful Father, 0 wounded us for our fins, O

who of thy gracious good- and consumed us for our transness haft heard the devout pray; greffions by thy late heavy and ers of thy. Church, and turned dreadful visitation ; and now in

our dearth and scarcity into the midst of judgement rememShine cheapness and plenty; We give bering mercy, halt redeemed our

thee humble thanks for this thy fouls from the jaws of death; special bounty; beleeching thee We offer unto thy fatherly good to continue thy loving-kindnefs neis ourselves, our souls and bounto us, that our land may yield dies, which thou hast delivered, us her fruits of increale, to thy glory and our comfort, through always praising and magnifying

to be a living facrifice unto thee, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

thy mercies in the inidit of thy For Peace and Deliverance from Chiurch, through

Jelus Christ our Enemies.

our Lord. Amen.
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ALMIGHTY God, who art

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E humbly acknowledge face of their enemies, We yield thee praise and thankígiving forciful Father, that all the punishour deliverance from thore great ments which are threatened in and apparent dangers where with thy law, might justly have fallen we were compassed. We ac- upon us, by reason of our mani. knowledge it thy goodness that fold transgressions and hardness we were not delivered over as a

of heart. Yet seeing it hath prey unto them; beseeching thee pleased thee of thy tender mercy, Itill to continue such thy mercies upon our weak and unworthy towards us, that all the world humiliation, to afswage the conmay know that thou art our tagious fickness wherewith we Saviour and mighty Deliverer, lately have been fore aftlicted, through Jesus Christ our Lord. and to restore the voice of joy Amen.

and health into our dwellings;

We offer unto thy divine Majesty For restoring Public Peace at

the sacrifice of praise and thanksHome.

giving, lauding and magnifying O

ETERNAL God, our hear thy glorious Name for such thy

venly Father, who alone preservation and providence over makelt men to be of one mind in us, through Jesus Christ a house, and stilleft the outrage Lord. Amen.

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