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(6) (Rubric after the Collect) I. Delete "priest”; insert“ Presbyter, turning to

the people.” II. Delete after "commandments” these words :

“and the people kneeling shall after every commandment ask God mercy for their transgression of the same, after this sort." Insert (1) “The


43 people all the while kneeling, and asking God mercye for the transgression of every dewtye therein, and according to the letter or to the mys

tical importance of the sayd commandment.” III. Note.-“The Commandments, for this place to

be printed according to the new translation, Exod. 20, I.

Sc.” (C) (Rubric to Collect for the King, &c.)

I. Delete after“ follow”“ the collect of the day with.”
II. Delete “ following.”
III. Delete “the priest.”
IV. Insert (instead of “the priest") "and the Collect

of the day, the Presbyter.” (d) (First Collect for the King)Delete “the whole congregation”; insert “Thy holy

Catholicke and on this particular church in which

we live." (e) (Rubric after the Epistle) I. Delete after “ended” “he shall say the Gospel,

beginning thus"; insert “and when he hath done,

he shall say, Here endeth the Epistle.” II. “The Gospel shall be read, the Presbyter saying, The holy Gospel is written in the chap. of verse

And then the people, all standing up, shall say, Glory be to thee, O Lord. At the end of the Gospel the Presbyter shall say (So endeth the holy Gospel), and the people shall

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answer, Thanks be to thee, O God.” (f) (Rubric after the Gospel)

I. Insert after “be said,” “ or sung.”
II. Insert after creed “all still reverently standing



(8) (Rubric for the Offertory)After “remember the poor, saying,” insert “for the offertory.”

Sc. (h) (Rubric after the Offertory Sentences) Delete “ Then shall the churchwardens, or

other by them appointed, gather the devotion of the people, and put the same into the poore man's box; and upon the offering dayss appointed, every man and woman shall pay to the curate the due and accustomed offerings. After which words the Priest shall say." Insert “While the Presbyter distinctly pronounces some or all of these sentences for the offertory, the Deacons, or if none such be present, one of the churchwardens shall receive the devotions of the people thear present in a bason provided for that purpose.

And when all have offered he shall reverently bring the sayd bason with the oblations theirin, and deliver it to the Presbyter, who shall humbly present it before the

Lord, and sett it upon the Holy Table.” [“And after the divine service ended that which was

offered shall be divided in the presence of the Churchwardens, whereof one half shall be to the use of the Presbyter to provide him books of holy divinity, the other half shall be faithfully kept and employed on some pious charitable use for the decent furnishing of this church or the publick relief of the poor at the discretion of the Presbyter or churchwardens. "And the priest shall then offer up and place the

bread and wine prepared for the sacrament on the Lord's Table, that it may be ready for the

service, and shall say, Let us pray for, &c. S.") (i) (Prayer for the Church militant)I. Delete “and specially to this congregation here

present”; inserting instead between "all the days of their life” and “And we most humbly beseech thee” “(And we commend especially unto thy merciful goodness this congregation which is here assembled in thy name to celebrate the


“And we

memoration of the most precious death and sacrifice of thy son and our saviour Jesus Xt.) When there is no Communion these words en

closed ( ) are to be left out.” II. Insert after “any other adversity

also bless thy holy name for all those thy servants who, having finished their course in fayth, do now rest from their labours. And we yield unto thee most high prayse and hearty thanks for the wonderful grace and virtue declared in all thy saynts

or graces, who have been the choice vessels of

thy grace, and the lights of the world in their several generations; most humbly beseeching thee that we may have grace to follow the example of their stedfastness in thy (sic) fayth and obedience to the (sic) holy commandments; that at the day of the general Resurrection, we, and all they which be of the mystical body of thy Son, may be set on his right hand, and hear that his most joyful voice, Come, ye blessed of my father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world,

&c." () (Exhortation) I. Delete “to yield up His soul by death upon the

crosse for yr salvation ; even so it is your duty to” (words so deleted as to be unintelligible), and insert “to offer up himself by death upon the cross for your salvation; even so it is our duty to cele

brate and receive." II. Delete “sore”; insert “grievously.” III. Delete “neither eat nor drink this holy Com

munion with other”; insert “not receive this holy

Sacrament which is offered unto you." (k) (Rubric to Invitation)Insert after “communion” "this exhortation follow

ing.” (1) (Rubric to Confession)I. Delete “either by one of them, or else by one

of the ministers, or by.”

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II. After “the priest himself,” delete “all" and insert

“or the deacon; both he and all the people.” (m) (Rubric to Absolution) Delete “say thus"; insert “pronounce the absolution as followeth.”

Sc. (n) (Rubric to Prayer of Consecration)Delete “as followeth”; insert “the prayer of con

secration as followeth. But then during the tyme of consecration the Presbyter which consecrates shall stand in the midst before the altar, that he may with the more ease and decency use both his hands, which he cannot so conveniently do

standing at the north end of it." (0) (Prayer of Consecration itself)

I. Insert after “precious death” “and sacrifice.”
II. Delete “we beseech thee, and grant that we

receiving these thy creatures of bread and wine,"
and insert “we most humbly beseech thee, and
of the (sic) almightly goodness vouchsafe so to
bliss and sanctify with the word and holy spirit
these thy gifts and creatures of bread and wine,
that they may be unto us the body and blood of
thy most dearly beloved son ; so that we, receiving
them, &c.” Insert “the same” between “par-

takers of” and “his most blessed body and bloud.” III. “(These Rubricks following are to stand in the margin thus :-)

+ At those words (took bread) the presbyter that officiates is to take [the] paten in his hand, &c.

++ At these words (took the cup) he is to take the chalice in his hand, and lay his hand upon so much, be it chalice or flagons, as he intends to

consecrate.” (0) (Rubric as to order of communicating I. Delete “minister"; insert “Byshop, if he be

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present, as also the Presbyter that celebrateth.” II. Delete “ministers"; insert “Byshops, Presby

ters, or Deacons.” III. Delete “the chief minister"; insert “him that




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IV. Delete “in their hands kneeling”; insert "in

due order, all humbly kneeling.” V. Insert after “he shall say” “this benediction.”

Sc. (9) (Sentence at delivery) I. Delete "and take and eat this in remembrance

that Christ died for thee, and feed on him in thy

heart by faith with thanksgiving.” II. (Rubric after first sentènce at delivery). Insert

Heare the party receiving shall say, Amen, and

also after the receiving of the cup.” III. (So likewise). Delete "and drink this in re

membrance that Christ's blood was shed for thee,

and be thankful." (v) (Rubric to Prayer of Oblation)Insert after " said” " this memorial or prayer of

oblation." (s) (Prayer of Oblation) 1. Delete “O Lord and heavenly Father, we thy

humble servants.” Insert, “Wherefore, O Lord and heavenly father, according to the institution of thy dearly beloved son, our Saviour Jesus Xt., we thy humble servants do celebrate and make here before thy Divine Majesty, with these thy holy gifts, the memorial which thy son hath willed us to make having in remembrance his blessed passion, mighty resurrection, and glorious ascen. sion ; rendering unto thee most hearty thanks for the innumerable benefits procured unto us for (sic)

the same. And we,” &c. II. Delete “all we which be partakers of this holy

communion, may be fulfilled with thy grace and heavenly benediction.” Insert “whosoever shall be partakers of this holy communion, may worthily receive the most precious body and blood of the (sic) son Jesus Xt., and be fulfilled with thy grace and heavenly benediction, and made one body with

him, that He may dwell in them and they in him.”). 1 This alteration implies the change of position in the prayer, and that it is to be set between the consecration and before the reception. But there

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