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1 | 2 3 Years of our Lord. B 1600 1700 1 1800: 1 119002 B 2000 2

2100 2 22003

2300 4 B 2400 3

2 500 4 26005

2700 5 B 2800 5 12900 6 3000 6 13100 7 B3200 7 33007 34008

3500 9 B) 3600 8 13700 9 3800 10 3900 10 B 400010 410011 420012 4300 12 B 4400 '12 450013 4600 13 4700 14 B 4800 14 490014 5000 15 15100116

B 15
13. 116

O find the Month and Days 1.404 17

of the Month to which the 5500|17| Golden Numbers ought to be B 5600 17) prefixed in the Calendar in any

5700 is given Year of our Lord, con. 5800 18 sisting of entire Hundred Years,

and in all the intermediate 1590019 Years, betwixt that and the B600019 next Hundredth Year follow

6100|i9|ing, look in the second Column 6200 20 of Table 11. for the given Year, 6300 21 consisting of entire Hundreds ;

and note the Number or Cypher B[6400 201

which stands against it in the 650(12 i third Column ; then in Table 6601 | 111. look for the same Number

67062 | in the Column under any given B/680022 Golden Number, which when 6900 23 you have found, guide your Eye

sideways to the Left Hand, and 17000 2

in the first Column you will find 1710024 the Month and Day to which B 720024 that Golden Number ought to

730012., be prefixed in the Calendar, 17404 25 during that period of one hun

dred Years. 7500 26

The Letter B prefixed to cerB 7600 20 tain Hundredth Years in Table

7700/26 II. denotes those Years which 7800/27 are still to be accounted Bissex. 790028

tile or Leap Years in the New

Calendar; whereas all the other B 800027 Hundredth Years are to be ac.

8100 28 counted only common Years. 820029

8300 29 B 840029 185000 이 &c.

TABLE III.

THE GOLDEY NUMBERS.

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 101111313,14/15, 16, 17, 18, 19

Mar.21 c 8,19' 0,11 22 3 14 25' 6.7 28 5 20 1,12123) 41526

22D920 1/1223 4.15/267 18,29 1021 21324 1027 23 E 1021 21324 516 27 8 19 011/32 3:4 017128 24 F 11/22 3 14 25 617 28 9 20' 1'1223 4 15 26 718/29 25

1:23, 415|26 718 29|10|21, 21324 5161271 8190 26 A 1324 51027 819 01122 31425 617 8920 1 27 B 1425 61728 920 1 12 23' 41526 718 29 10.211 2 28 C 15 26 7 1829 10 211 2 13 24 51627 819 01122 3 29 D 1627 819) 0 11 22 314.25 61728 9201 11223 4 30 E 17 28 9 20 1 12 23 4 15 26 718,29 1021! 213 24 5

31 F182910 211 213 24 5 16 27 819 011 22 31.25 6 April 1 G 19 011 22 3:1425 6 17 28 920 1/12 23 4 1526 7

2 A 20; 12 23/ 4 15 26 7 18 29 1021 213 24 5 16 27| 8 SB 21! 2/13 24 5/1627 8 19 0,11 22 31425 61728 9 4c 22 314 25 617 281 9 20 1.12 23 4,15 26 718 29 10

23 4 15 26 7 18 29 10 21 2,1324 516 27 819 0 11 6 E 24: 516 27 8/19 11 22 31425 61728 9201 112 7 F 25 617 28 920 1 12 231 4 15 26 7182910 211 215 8 6 26 7/18 29 1021' 213 24 51627 819 011122 314 9 A 27: 819 011/22, 3 14 25 617|28 9201 1223 4:15 10 B 28 920 1 12 23 4/15 26 7'18 29.1021/ 2,1324 516 11 C 29 1021 21324 51627 819 01122 $114,2617 12/0 0 11 22 3 14 25 6 17 28 9 201 11243' 41526 718 13 E 112 23 41526' 7 18 29 10 211 213 24 (1627) 819 14 F 2 13 24 51627 819 6 11 22 3 14 25 61728 920

15 G 31425 61728 920, 112 23' 4'15 26 7 18 29 10 21 16 A 41526 7 18 29 1021 2 13241 516 27 819 011 22 17 B 516 271 819 0 11 22 3 14 25 61728 920111223 17 B

7118 29 10/21/ 213 24 18 C 61728) 920 1 12 23 4 15 26

181 C 7 18 29/10 21 2 13 24' 5 16 278 (19) 011122 3/14/25

MORNING PRAYER.

The MINISTER shall begin the MORNING PRAYER, by read

ing one or more of the following Sentences of Scripture. TE THE Lord is in his holy kindness, and repenteth him

temple ; let all the earth of the evil. Joelji. 13. keep silence before him. Hab. To the Lord our God beii. 20.

long mercies ard forgivenesFrom the rising of the sun e-ses, though we have rebelled ven unto the going down of the against him ; neither have same, my name shall be great we obeyed the voice of the among the Gentiles; and in Lord our God, to walk in his every place incense shall be of laws which he set before us. fered unto my name, and a Dan. ix. 9. 10. pure offering : for my name O Lord, correct me, but shall be great among the hea with judgment; not in thine then, saith the Lord of hosts anger, lest thou bring me to Mal. i 1l.

nothing. Jer. x. 24. F'sal, vi. J. Let the words of my mouth, Repent ye ; for the kingand the meditation of my dom of heaven is at hand. St. heart, be always acceptable Mat, iii. 3. in thy sight, O Lord, my I will arise and go to my strength and my Redeemer. father, and will say unto him; Psal. xix. 14.

Father, I have sinned against When the wicked man heaven, and before thee, and turneth away from his wick-am no more worthy to be cal ed edness that he hath commit thy son. St. Luke xv. 18, 19. ted, and doeth that which is Enter not into judgment lawful and right, he shall save with thy servant, O Lord ; for his soul alive. Ezek. xviii. 27. in thy sight shall no man live

I acknowledge my trans-ing be justified. Psal. cxliii. 2. gressions; and my sin is every If we say that we have no Lefore me. Psal. li. 3. sin, we deceive ourselves,

Hide thy face from my and the truth is not in us; sins; and blot out all mine but if we confess our sins, iniquities. Psal. li. 9. God is faithful and just to for

The sacrifices of God are give us our sins, and to a broken spirit ; a broken and cleanse us from all unrightea contrite heart, () God, thou ousness. 1 St. John i. 8, 9. wilt not despise Psal. li. 17. Then the Minister shall say, Rend your heart and not

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EARLY beloved brethren, Jour garments, and turn und the scripture moveth us to the Lord your God; for he in sundry places, to acknowis gracious and merciful, ledge and conless cur manislo: to anger, and of great

tfold sins and wickedness, and D

most holy word, and to ask A

that we should not dissemble Lord, have mercy upon us, nor cloak them before the miserable offenders. Spare face of Almighty God, our thou those, O God, who conheavenly Father, but confess fess their faults. Restore thou them with an humble, lowly, those who are penitent; Acpenitent, and obedient heart; cording to thy promises deto the end that we may obtain clared unto mankind, in Christ forgiveness of the same by Jesus our Lord.

And grant, his infinite goodness and mer-O most merciful Father, for cy. And although we ought, his sake; That we may hereat all times, humbly to ac-after live a godly, righteous, knowledge our sins before and sober life ; To the glory God; yet ought we chiefly so of thy holy name. Amen. to do, when we assemble and T The Declaration of Absolumeet together, to render tion, or the Remission of thanks for the great benefits

Sins ; to be made by the that we have received at his PRIEST alone, standing ; the hands, to set forth his most People still knecling. worthy praise, to hear his

LMIGHTY God, the Fathose things which are requi

ther of our Lord Jesus site and necessary, as well Christ, who desireth not the for the body as the soul. death of a sinner, but rather Wherefore, I pray and be that he may turn from his seech you, as many as are wickedness and live, hath givhere present, to accompany

en power and commandment me, with a pure heart and to his Ministers to declare humbie voice, unto the throne and pronounce to his people, of the heavenly grace, saying: being penitent, the AbsoluTA general confession 10 bestion and Remission of their

said by the whole Congrega-sins. He pardoneth and abtion after the Minister, al solveth all those who truly rekreeling. pent, and unfeignedly believe

, merciful Father; Wellet us beseech him to grant have erred and strayed from us true repentance, and his thy ways like lost sheep. We Holy Spirit ; that those things have followed too much the may please him which we do devices and desires of our at this present, and that the own hearts, We have of- rest of our life bereafter may fended against thy holy laws.be purt and holy; so that at We have left undone those the last we may come to his things which we ought to eternal joy, through Jesus have clone; And we have done Christ our Lord. those things which we ought The People shall answer not to have done: And there is here, and at the end of every no health in us. But thoi Prayer, Amen.

1. Or this.

Min. Praise ye the Lord.

, The Lord's name be

heavenly Father, who praised. of his great mercy, hath pro-4 Then shall be said or sung mised Forgiveness of Sins to

the following ANTHEM; all those who, with bearty Re

ercept on those days for pentance and true Faith, turn

which other Anthems are unto him ; have mercy upon appointed ; and except also, you, pardon and deliver you

when it is used in the course from all your siris, confirm

of the Psalms, on the nineand strengthen you in all

teenth day of the month. goodness, and bring you to everlasting life, through Je Venite, exultemus Domino. sus Christ our Lord. Amen. O COME, let us sing unto

the Lord, us kneel, and say the Lord's rejoice in the strength of our Prayer ; the People still salvation. knecling, and repeating it

Let us come before his prewith him, both here, and sence with thanksgiving, and wherestever else it is used in show ourselves glad in him Divine Service.

with psalms. 0 UR Father, who art in

For the Lord is a great Heaven, Hallowed be thy God; and a great King a. Name; Thy Kingdom come;

bove all gods. Thy Will be done on Earthi] In his hand are all the coras it is in Heaven ; Give us ners of the earth ; and the this day our daily bread ; And strength of the hills is his forgive us our trespasses, as also. we forgive those who trespass The sea is his, and he against us; And lead us not made it; and his hands preinto temptation ; But deliver pared the dry land. us from evil: For thine is the O come let us worship and Kingdom, and the Power, fall down ; and kneel before and the Glory, for ever and the Lord, our Maker. erer. Amen.

For he is the Lord our " Then likewise he shall say, God; and we are the people

O Lord, open thou our lips; of his pasture, and the sheep

Ans. And our mouth shall of his hand. show forth thy praise. () worship the Lord in the Here, all standing up, the beauty of holiness; let the Minister shall say,

whole earth stand in awe of Glory be to the Father, and bim. to the Son, and to the Holy For he cometh, for he comGhos.;

eth to judge the carth ; and Ane. As it was in the be- with righteousness to judge ginning, is now, and ever the world, and the people shall be, world without end. with his truth.

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