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and be not angry with us for in the hour of death, and in

the day of judgment, Spare us, good Lord.

Good Lord, deliver us. From all evil and mischief, We finners'do beseech thee from sin, from the crafts and to hear us, O Lord God, and afsaults of the devil, from thy that it may please thee to rule wrath, and from everlasting and govern thy holy Church damnation,

universal in the right way; Good Lord, deliver us. We beseech thee ta hear 18, From all blindness of heart ; good Lord. from pride, vain-glory, and hy That it may please thee co pocrisie; from envy, hatred, keep and strengthen in the true and malice, and all uncharita- worshipping of thee, in rightebleness,

ousness and holiness of life, thy Good Lord, deliver us. servant GEORGE, our most From fornication, and all gracious King and Governor ; other deadly fin; and from all We beseech thee to hear us, 1. the deceits of the world, the good Lord. i flesh, and the devil,

That it may please thee to Good Lord, deliver us. rule his heart in thy faith, fear,

From lightning and tempeft; and love, and that he may everil from plague, pestilence, and fa- more have affiance in thee, and de mine; from battle, and murder, ever seek thy honour and glory; and from sudden death, We beseech thee to hear us, Good Lord, deliver us.

good Lord. From all sedition, privy con. That it may please thee to fpiracy, and rebellion from be his defender and keeper, all falle do&trine, herefie, and giving him the victory over schism; from hardness of heart, all his enemies, and contempt of thy word and We beseech thee to hear us, commandment,

good Lord. Good Lord, deliver us. That it may please thee to

By the mystery of thy holy bless and preserve his Royal jo Incarnation ; by thy holy Na- Highness GEORGE Prince of ativity and Circumcision; by Wales, the Princess, and their pou thy Baptism, Fafting, and Iflue, and allthe Royal Family; Temptation,

We beseech thec to hear us, Good Lord, deliver us. 1 By thine Agony and bloody That it may please thee to

Sweat; by thy Cross and Pai- illuminate all Bishops, Priests,

fion; by thy precious Death and Deacons, with true know04 and Burial; by thy glorious ledge and understanding of fox Resurrection and Ascension ; thy word, and that both by ehot and by the coming of the Ho- their preaching and living they net ly Ghoft,

may set it forth, and thew it Good Lord, deliver us. accordingly; In all time of our tribulati We beseech thee to hear us, on; in all time of our wealth ; good Lord.

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That it may please thee to We beseech thee to hear us, endue the Lords of the Council, good Lord. and allthe Nobility, with grace, That it may please thee to wisdom, and understanding ; succour, help, and comfort all

· We beseecle thee to hear us, that are in danger, necessity, good Lord.

and tribulation; That it may please thee to We beseech thee to hear us, bless and keep thic Magistrates, good Lord. giving them grace to execute That it may pleace thee to justice, and to maintain truth; preserve all that travel by land

We beseech thee to hear us, or by water, all women labour. good.

ing of child, all fick perfons, That it may please thee to and young éhildren, and tó bless and keep all thy people; thew thy pity upon all prison

We befeech thee to hear us, ers and captives; good Lord.

We beseech thee to hear us, That it may please thee to good Lord. give to all nations unity, peace,

That it may please thee to and concord ;

defend and provide for the fa. We beseech' thee to hear us, therless children and widows,

and all that are defolate and That it may please thee to oppressed ; give us an heart to love and We befeech thee to hear us, dread thes, and diligently to good Lord. live after thy commandments; That it may please thee to

We beseech thee to hear us, have mercy upon all men ; gooi Lord.

We beseech thee' to bear us, That it may please thee to good Lord. give to all thy people increase That it may please thee to of grace, to hear meekly thy forgive our enemies, persecu. Word, and to receive it with ters, and standerers, and to turn pure affection, and to bring their hearts ; forth the fruits of the Spirit; We beseech thee to hear us,

We beseech thee to hear us, good Lord. good Lord.

That it may please thee to That it may please thee to give and preserve to our use bring into the way of truth all the kindly fruits of the earth, such as have erred and are de- so as in due time we may enceivedi

joy them ; We beseech thee to hear us, We beseech tliee to hear us, gcod Lord.

good Lord. That it may please thee to That it may please thee to strengthen such as do ftand, give us true repentance, to for and to comfort and help the give us all our lins, negligences

, weak-hearted, and to raise up and ignorances, and to endue them that fall, and finally to us with the grace of thy Holy beat down Satan under our Spirit, to amend our lives ac. fuori

cording to thy holy Word;

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We befeech thee to hear us, and graciously hear us, that

those evils which the craft and Son of God : we beseech subtilty of the devil or man thee to hear us.

worketh against us, be brought Son of God : we beseech thee to nought, and by the provito hear us.

dence of thy goodness they O Lamb of God : that takest may be dispersed, that we thy away

the sins of the world, servants being hurt by nó perGrant us thy peace. secutions; may evermore give

O Lamb of God : that takest thanks unto thee in thy holy away the sins of the world; Church, through Jesus Chrift Have mercy upon us.

our Lord.
O Chrift, hear us.

O Lord, arise, help us, and
O Clirist, hear us. deliver usfor thy Names sake.
Lord, have mercy upon us.
Lord, have mercy upon us.

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our ears, and our fathers Christ, have mercy upon us have declared unto us the no Christ, have mercy upon us. ble works that thou didit in Lord, have mercy upon us their days, and in the old time

Lord, have mercy upon us, before them. & Then shall t-e Priest, and the O Lord, arise, help us, and

People with him, faytle Lords deliver us for thine Honour.
Prayer.

Glory be to the Father, and O Father, which are in the Son : and to the Holy Name. Thy Kingdom come. ning, is now, and ever shall be :

Answ. As it was in the begin. Thý will be done in Earth, As world without end. Amen. it is in Heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And for- o Christ.

From our enemies defend us, give us our trespasses," As we I forgive them that trespass a

Graciously look upon nur af, gainst us. And lead us not in.

fictions. - i to temptation ; But deliver us of our hearts.

Pitifully behold the sorrows from evil. Amen. Priest.O Lord, deal not with

Mercifully forgive the fins of

thy people. us after our sins.

Favourably with merey hear Answ. Neither reward us after our iniquities.

our prayers.

O Son of David, have mercy

upon us. O

God merciful Father,that Both now and ever vouch

defpiseft not the fighing Cafe to hear us, O Chrift. of a contrite htart, nor the de. Graciously bear us, O Chrift; fire of such as bé forrowful; graciously hear us, O Lord Christ. Mercifully afsift our prayers Priest. O Lord, let thy mér that we make before thee in cy be fewed upon us, all our troubles and adversities Answ. As we do put our when soever they oppress us ; trust in thee..

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Let us pray

Lot us pray:

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time with one accord to make TE humblý beseech thee, our common supplications un.

O Father, mercifully to thee, and doft promise that to look upon our infirmities; when two or three are gathered and for the glory of thy Name, together in thy Name, thou turn from us all those evils that wilt grant their requests; Fulwe most righteously have de fil now, O Lord, the desires served ; and grant that in all and petitions of thy servants, our troubles, we may put our as may be most expedient for whole trust and confidence in them; granting us, in this thy mercy, and evermore serve world knowledge of thy truth, thee in holiness and pureness and in the world to come life of living, to thy honour and everlasting. Amen. glory, through our only Medi 2 Cor. 13. 14. ator 2.0d. Advocate, Jesus Chrift THegrace ofour

hero Jesus 4A Prayer of St. Chryfoftom. God, and the fellowship of the given us grace at this more. 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, by of Morning and Evening Prayer.

PRAYER S.
For Rain.

ward of thy great mercy didst God heavenly Father, promise never to deítroy it fo who by thy Son Jesus again; We humbly beseech

Chrift' hast promised thee, that although we for our to all them that seek thy king- iniquities have worthily deser. dom, and the righteousness ved a plague of rain and waters, thereof, all things necessary to yet upon our true repentance their bodily sustenance ; Send thou wilt send us such wea. us, we beseech thee, in this our ther, as that we may receive neceflity, such moderate rain the fruits of the earth in due and showres, that we may re- season, and learn both by thy ceive the fruits of the earth to punishment to amend our our comfort and to thy honour, lives, and for thy clemency through Jesus Christ our Lord. give thee praise and glory, Amen.

through Jesus Christ our Lord. For Fair Weather. Amen. O fumighty. Lord God, who in the time of Dearth and

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ale rain doth fall, the earth is frait- being armed with thy defence, Urful, beasts increase, and fishes may be preserved "evermore chir do multiply, Behold, we be- from all perils, to glorifie thee, the feech thee, the afflictions of thy who are the only giver of all he people, and grant that the scar- victory, through the merits of File city and dearth ( which we do thy only Son Jesus Christ our fire now most juftly suffer for our Lord. Amen.

iniquity). may through thy q in the time of any common El goodness be mercifully turned

Plague or Sickness. into cheapness and plenty, for the love of Jesus Chrift' our O Almighty God, who in Lord; to whom with thee and the Holy Ghost be all honour in the wilderness for their ob

plague upon thine own people and glory, now and for ever. ftinate rebellion against Moses et Amen. for this.

and Aaron, and also in the

time of king David didst say God, merciful Father, with the plague of pestilence O

who in the time of Elisha threescore and ten thousand, the prophet didst suddenly in and yet remembring thy mer. Samaria turn great scarcity and dearth into plenty and cheap. pity upon us miserable finners,

ey didst save the rest Have ness; Have mercy upon us, who now are visited with great

that we who are now for our fickness and mortality ; that ma fins punished with like adver- like as thou didst then accept lity, may likewise find a sea ofan atonement,and didft

comfonable relief : Increase the mand the destroying Angel to fruits

of the earth by thy hea. cease from punishing ; so ic venly benediction; and grant id that we receiving thy bountiful may now please thee to with

draw from us this plague and di liberalicy, may use the same to chy glory, the relief of those fus Christ our Lord. Amen.

grievous sickness, through Je. that are needy, and our own comfort, through Jesus Christ 4 In the Ember Weeks to be said. our Lord. Amen.

every Day for those that are In the time of War and Tu. to be admitted into holy Ormults.

ders.
Almighty God, King of
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ly Father, who haft pur. of all things, whose power no chared to thy self an universal 's creature is able to resist, to Church, by the precious Blood e whom it belongech juftly to pu- of thy dear Son; Mercifully li nish finners, and to be merci- look upon the same, and ac CA

ful to them that truly repent; this time so guide and govern Save and deliver us, we hum- the minds of thy servants the bly beseech thee, from the hands Bishops and Pastors of thy' of our enemies; abate their flock, that they may lay hands

buc o pride, affwage their malice, and suddenly on no man et confound their devices, that we faithfully and wisely make

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