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Lord, thou art become gracious Glory be to the Father, and to unto thy laud : thou hast turned the Son : and to the Holy Ghost; away the captivity of Jacob. Psalm As it was in the beginning, is nou, Ixxxv. 1.
and ever shall be : world without end. God hath shewed us his goodness Amen. plenteously : and God hath let us see Proper Psalms. cxxiv, cxxvi, our desire upon our enemies. Psalm
cxxix, cxviii. lix. 10.
Proper Lessons. They are brought down and fallen : The First, 2 Sam. xix. ver. 9. of but we are risen and stand upright. Numb. xvi. Te Deum. Psalm xx. 8.
The Second, The Epistle of S. Jude. There are they fallen, all that
Jubilate Deo. work wickedness : they are cast down, The Suffrages next after the Creed shult and shall not be able to stand. Psalm
stand thus. Xxxvi. 12.
Priest. O Lord, shew thy mercy The Lord hath been mindful of us, upon us. and he shall bless us : even he shall
Answer. And grant us thy salbless the house of Israel, he shall bless vation. the house of Aaron. Psalm cxv. 12.
Priest. O Lord, save the King; He shall bless them that fear the
Answer. Who putteth his trust in Lord : both small and great. verse 13.
thee. O that men would therefore praise
Priest. Send him help from thy the Lord for his goodness : and de- boly place. clare the wonders that he doeth for
Answer. And evermore mightily the children of men! Psalm cvii. 21. defend him. That they would offer unto him the
Priest. Let his enemies have no sacrifice of thanksgiving : and tell advantage against him. out his works with gladness! ver. 22.
Answer. Let not the wicked apAnd not hide them from the chil- proach to hurt him. dren of the generations to come : but
Priest. Endue thy Ministers with shew the honour of the Lord, his righteousness. mighty and wonderful works that he
Answer. And make thy chosen peohath done! Psalm lxxviii. 4. ple joyful. That our posterity may also know
Priest. Give peace
in our time, o them, and the children that are yet
Lord. unborn : and not be as their fore other that fighteth for us, but only
Answer. Because there is none fathers a faithless and stubborn gene- other that fighteth for us, but only ration. verse 6, 9.
thou, God. Give thanks, O Israel, unto God
Priest. Be unto us, O Lord, a the Lord in the congregations : from strong tower, the ground of the heart, Psalm
Answer. From the face of our oneIxviü. 26.
mies. Praised be the Lord daily : even
Priest, O Lord, hear our prayer. the God who helpeth us, and poureth
Answer, And let our cry come his benefits upon us. verse 19.
unto thee. O let the wickedness of the wicked q Instead of the first Collect at Morning
Prayer shall these two which follow be come to an end : but establish thou used. the righteous. Psalm vii. 9.
tower of and glad in thee : and let all such as vants against the face of their enelove thy salvation say alway, The mies; We yield thee praise and thanksLord be praised. Psalm xl. 19. giving for the wonderful deliverance of
REBELLION, and all the Miseries ALMIGHTY God, who hast in
ages shewed forth thy power and Oppressions consequent there and mercy in the miraculous and graupon, under which they had so long cious deliverances of thy Church, and groaned. We acknowledge it thy in the protection of righteous and regoodness, that we were not utterly ligious Kings and States, professing delivered over as a prey unto them; thy holy and eternal truth, from the beseeching thee still to continue such malicious Conspiracies and wicked thy mercies towards us, that all the Practices of all their enemies; We world may know that thou art our Sa- yield unto thee our unfeigned thanks viour and mighty Deliverer; through and praise, as for thy many other Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
great and publick mercies, so espe
cially for that signal and wonderful Lord God of our salvation, who Deliverance, by thy wise and good
hast been exceedingly gracious Providence as upon this day comunto this land, and by thy miraculous pleted, and vouchsafed to our then providence didst deliver us out of our most gracions Sovereign King Charles miserable confusions; by restoring to the Second, and all the Royal Faus, and to his own just and undoubted mily, and in them, to this whole Rights, our then most gracious So- Church and State, and all orders and vereign Lord, King Charles the Second, degrees of men in both, from the unnotwithstanding all the power and natural Rebellion, Usurpation, and malice of his enemies; and, by placing Tyranny of ungodly and cruel men, him on the Throne of these King- and from the sad confusions and ruin doms, didst restore also unto us the thereupon ensuing. From all these, publick and free profession of thy true o gracious and inerciful Lord God, Religion and Worship, together with not our merit, but thy mercy; not our our former Peace and Prosperity, to foresight, but thy Providence; not our the great confort and joy of our
own arm, but thy right hand, and hearts: We are here now before thee, thine arm, did rescue and deliver us. with all due thankfulness, to acknow- | And therefore, not unto us, O Lord, ledge thine unspeakable goodness here- not unto us, but unto thy Name be in, as upon this day shewed unto us, ascribed all Honour, and Glory, and and to offer unto thee our sacrifice of Praise, with most humble and hearty praise for the same; bumbly beseech- thanks, in all Churches of the Saints : ing thee to accept this our unfeigned, Even so blessed be the Lord our though unworthy oblation of our God, who alone doeth wondrous selves; vowing all holy obedience in things, and blessed be the Name of thought, word, and work, unto thy his Majesty for ever; through Jesus Divine Majesty; and promising all Christ our Lord and only Saviour. loyal and dutiful Allegiance to thine Amen. Anointed Servant now set over us, « In the Communion Service, immediately be and to bis Heirs after him; whom we fore the reading of the Evistle, shall these beseech thee to bless with all increase
tuo Collects be used, inse, ad of the Collect
for the King and the Collect of the Day. of grace, honour and happiness, in o Almighty God, &c.) As before at this world, and to crown him with Lord God of our sal- Morning immortality and glory in the world to
Prayer. come, for Jesus Christ his sake our
The Epistle. i St. Peter ïi. 11. only Lord and Saviour. Amen.
EARLY beloved, I beseech 9 In the end of the Litany (which shall you as strangers and pilgrinis, always this Day be used) after the Collect abstain from fleshly lusts, which war (We humbly beseech thee, O Father, &c.] shall this bé said which nest followeth. against the soul; having your conver
sation honest among the Gentiles: that, whereas they speak against you venly Father, who, of thine intias evil-doers, they may, by your good nite and unspeakable goodness toworks which they shall behold, glorify wards us, didst in a most extraordiGod in the day of visitation. Submit nary and wonderful manner disappoint yourselves to every ordinance of man and overthrow the wicked designs for the Lord's sake; whether it be to of those traiterous, heady, and highthe king, as supreme; or unto Go- minded men, who, under the pretence vernours, as unto them that are sent of Religion and thy most holy Name, by him for the punishment of evil had contrived, and well-nigh effected doers, and for the praise of them that the utter destruction of this Church do well. For so is the will of God, and Kingdom: As we do this day that with well-doing ye may put to most heartily and devoutly adore and silence the ignorance of foolish men: magnify thy glorious Name for this as free, and not using your liberty for thine infinite goodness already voucha cloke of maliciousness, but as the safed to us; so do we most humbly servants of God. Honour all men. beseech thee to continue thy grace Love the brotherhood. Fear God, and favour towards us, that no such Honour the King.
dismal calamity may ever again fall The Gospel. St. Matth. xxii. 16. upon us.
Infatuate and defeat all the
secret counsels of deceitful and wicked A
men against us. Abate their pride, their disciples, with the Herodians, saying, Master, we know that their devices. Strengthen the hands
asswage their nalice, and contound thou art true, and teachest the
of God in truth, neither carest thou for GEORGE, and all that are put in
gracious Sovereign King any man; for thou regardest not the authority under him, with judgement person of men. Tell us therefore,
and justice to cut off all such workers What thinkest thou? Is it lawful to give tribute unto Cæsar, or not? But bellion, and Faith into Faction; tbat
of iniquity, as turn Religion into ReJesus perceived their wickedness, and they may never again prevail against said, Why tempt ye me, ye hypo-us, nor triumph in the ruin of the crites ? Shew me the tribute-money. Monarchy and thy Church among us. And they brought unto him a peny. Protect and defend our Sovereign And he saith unto them, Whose is this Lord the King, with the whole Royal image and superscription? They say Family, from all Treasons and Conunto him, Cæsar's. Then saith bespiracies. Be unto him an helmet of unto them, Render therefore unto Cæsar the things which are Cæsar's; fence against the face of all his ene
salvation, and a strong tower of deand unto God the things that are God's. When they had heard these confusion, but upon Himself and his
mies; clothe them with slame and words, they marvelled, and left him, Posterity let the Crown for ever and went their way.
flourish. So we thy people, and the $ In the Offertory shall this Sentence sheep of thy pasture, will give thee
read. Not every one that saith unto me, shewing forth thy praise from genera
thanks for ever, and will always be Lord, Lord, sliall enter into the king: tion to generation ; through Jesus · dom of heaven: but he that doeth
Christ our only Saviour and Redeemthe will of my Father which is in hea
er, to whom with thee, O Father, and ven. St. Matth. vii. 21.
the Holy Ghost, be glory in the « Aster the Prayer (For the whole State Church throughout all ages, world
of Christ's Church &c.] this Collect following shall be used.
without end. Amen.
TO ALMIGHTY GOD; To be used in all Churches and Chapels within this Realm, every Year, nipon
the Twenty-fifth Day of October; Being the Day on which His Majesty began His happy Reign. 9 The Service shall be the same with the usual Office for Holy-days in all things, except where
it is in this Office otherwise appointed. s If this Day shall happen to be Sunday, this whole Office shall be used, as it followeth, entirely. 9 Morning Prayer shall begin with these Grant the King a long life : and Sentences,
make him glad with the joy of thy Exhort that first of all, Sup- countenance. Psalm lxi. 6. & xxi. 6. plications, Prayers, Intercessions,
Let him dwell before thee for ever; and giving of Thanks, be made for
O prepare thy loving mercy and all inen; for Kings, and for all that faithfulness, that they may preserve are in Authority; that we may lead a him. Psalm Ixi. 7. quiet and peaceable life, in all god
In his time let the righteous fouliness and honesty: For this is good rish : and let peace be in all our borand acceptable unto God our Saviour.
ders. Psalm lxxii. 7. & cxlvii. 14. 1 Tim. ü. 1, 2, 3.
As for his enemies, clothe them with If we say that we have no sin, we
shame : but upon himself let his crou'n deceive ourselves, and the truth is not flourish. Psalm cxxxii. 19. in us; but, if we confess our sins, he is Blessed be the Lord God, even the faithful and just to forgive us our sins, God of Israel : which only doeth and to cleanse us from all unrighte- wondrous things. Psalm 1xxii. 18. ousness. 1 St. John i. 8, 9.
And blessed be the Name of his q Instead of Venite exultemus the Hymn Majesty for ever : and all the earth following shall be said or sung; one Verse by
shall be filled with his Majesty. Amen, the Priest, and another by the Clerk and people.
Amen. verse 19.
Glory be to the Father, and to the cellent is thy Name in all the
Son : and to the Holy Ghost; world! Psalm viii. 1.
As it was in the beginning, is Lord, what is man, that thou hast now, and ever shall be : world withsuch respect unto him : or the son of out end. Amen. man, that thou so regardest him? Proper Psalms. xx, xxi, ci. Psalm cxliv, 3.
Proper Lessons. The merciful and gracious Lord hath The First, Joshua i. to the end of so done his marvellous works : that
the pinth Verse. they ought to be had in remem
Te Deum. brance. Psalm cxi. 4.
The Second, Romans xij. O that men would therefore praise
Jubilate Deo. the Lord for his goodness : and
q The Suffrages next after the Creed shal. declare the wonders that he doeth for
stand thus. the children of men! Psalm cvii. 21.
Priesi. O Lord, shew thy mercy Behold, O God our Defender: and
upon us. look upon the face of thine Anointed, Answer. And grant us thy salraPsalm lxxxiv. 9.
tion. O hold thou up his goings in thy Priest. O Lord, save the King ; paths : that his footsteps slip not. Answer. Who putteth his trust in Psalm xvii. 5.
A Form of Prayer for the Twenty-fifth of October, Priest. Send him help from tby his people, that they may never be holy place.
wanting in honour to his Person, and Answer. And evermore mightily dutiful subinission to his Authority : defend him.
let his Reign be long and prosperous, Priest. Let his enemies have no and crown him with immortality in advantage against him.
the life to come; through Jesus Christ Answer. Let not the wicked ap- our Lord. Amen. proach to hurt him.
« In the end of the Litany (which shall alPriest. Endue thy Ministers with ways be used upon this Day) after the Colrighteousness.
lect (We humbly beseech thee, O Father,
&c.] shall the follouing. Prayer, for the Answer. And make thy chosen
King and Royal Family, be used. people joyful. Priest. O Lord, save thy people. O
Lord our God, who upholdest
and Answer. And bless thine inhe
governest all things in hea
ven and earth; receive our hunible ritance.
prayers, with our hearty thanksgivings, Priest
. Give peace in our time, for our Sovereign Lord GEORGE O Lord. Answer. Because there is none
as on this day, set over us by the other that fighteth for us, but only and so together with him bless our
grace and providence to be our King; thou, O God.
Queen Charlotte, their Priest. Be unto us, O Lord, a
Royal Highnesses George Prince of strong tower;
Wales, the Princess of Wales, and all Answer. From the face of our the Royal Family; that they all
, ever enemies.
trusting in thy goodness, protected by Priest. O Lord, hear our prayer. thy power, and crowned with thy
Answer. And let our cry come gracious and endless favour, may unto thee.
continue before thee in health, peace, Instead of the first Collect at Morning Prayer shau be used this following Collecte joy, and honour, and may live long of Thanksgiving for His Majesty's Accession and happy lives upon earth, and after to the Throne.
death obtain everlasting life and glory over all the kingdons of the Merits and Mediation of Christ Jesus World, and disposest of them accord- our Saviour, who with the Father and ing to thy good pleasure ; We yield the Holy Spirit, liveth and reigneth thee unfeigned thanks, for that thou
ever one God, world without end. wast pleased, as on this day, to place Amen. thy Servant our Sovereign Lord,
? Then shall follow this Collect, for God's King GEORGE upon the Throne of protection of the King against all his enethis Realın. Let thy wisdom be his
mies. guide, and let thine arm strengthen COST gracious God, who hast him; let justice, truth, and holiness, set thy Servant GEORGE let peace and love, and all those vir- our King upon the Throne of his Antues that adorn the Christian Pro- cestors, we most humbly beseech thee fession, flourish in his days; direct all to protect him on the same from his counsels and endeavours to thy all the dangers to which he may be glory, and the welfare of his people; exposed ; Hide him from the gatherAnd give us grace to obey him cheering together of the froward, and from fully and willingly for conscience the insurrection of wicked doers; Do. sake; that neither our sinful passions, thou weaken the bands, blast the denor our private interests, may disap- signs, and defeat the enterprizes of all point his cares for the publick good; his enemies, that no secret conspiralet him always possess the hearts of cies, nor open violences, may disquiet