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trespasses, As we forgive them that trespass
against us. And lead us not into temptation;
But deliver us from evil: For Thine is the king-
dom, The power, and the glory, For ever and ever.
Amen.

Hear us when we call, O God of our righteous-

ness.

Answer. Have mercy upon us, and hearken
unto our prayer.

O think upon Thy congregation.

Answer. Whom Thou hast purchased and re-
deemed of old.

Show Thy servants Thy work.

Answer. And their children Thy glory.
Send them help from Thy holy place.

Answer. And evermore mightily defend them.
O Lord, hear our prayer.

Answer. And let our cry come unto Thee.

Then may be said one or more of the Prayers fol-
lowing, taking care to substitute we, our, us, for
I, my, me.

Sunday. 55 (page 53), 70 (page 74), 73 (page 75).
Monday. 80 (page 79), 43 (page 48), 11 (page 23),
30 (page 32), 141 (page 141), 38 (page 46).
Tuesday. 45 (page 49), 33 (page 33), 58 (page 54),

32 (page 32), 40 (page 47).

Wednesday. 8 (page 9), 68 (page 73), 45 (page 49),

42 (page 48), 86 (page 81).

Thursday. 37 (page 46), 5 (page 9), 44 (page 49),
96 (page 102), 65 (page 71).

Friday. 143 (page 141), 6 (page 9), 122 (page 130),
101 (page 104).

Saturday. 52 (page 52), 62 (page 70), 47 (page 50),
46 (page 49), 22 (page 28).

The Blessing.

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of the Lord our God be

upon us; prosper Thou the works of our hands
upon us, O prosper Thou our handiwork. Amen.

N the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and
of the Holy Ghost. Amen.

He that covereth his sins shall not prosper:
but whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall
have mercy. Prov. xxviii. 13.

The Confession, to be said by the whole family,
all kneeling.

the God of compassion and mercy,

confess and bewail before Thee All the sins
of thought, word, or deed, By which we have
provoked Thee to anger, This day and through-
out our whole lives. Against Thee, O Lord,
have we sinned, And to Thee do we make our
confession. Turn not away Thy face from Thy
servants, Whom Thou hast redeemed with the
precious blood of Thy dear Son. Spare us, O
Lord, we beseech Thee; Pardon all our offences;
And grant us Thy grace, That henceforth we
may live in Thy fear, And to Thy glory; Through
Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Lord, have mercy upon us.

Christ, have mercy upon us.
Lord, have mercy upon us.

UR Father, which art in heaven, Hallowed be

be done in earth, As it is in heaven. Give us
this day our daily bread. And forgive us our
trespasses, As we forgive them that trespass
against us. And lead us not into temptation;
But deliver us from evil: For Thine is the king-
dom, The power, and the glory, For ever and
ever. Amen.

Show us Thy mercy, O Lord.

Answer. And grant us Thy salvation.

Keep us as the apple of an eye.

Answer. Hide us under the shadow of Thy
wings.

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Vouchsafe, O Lord, to keep us this night
without sin.

Answer. O Lord have mercy upon us, have
mercy upon us.

Turn us, O Lord of Hosts.

Answer. Show the light of Thy countenance
and we shall be whole.

Then may be said one or more of the Prayers fol-
lowing, taking care to substitute we, our, us, for
I, my, me.

Sunday. 74 (page 76), 41 (page 48), 144 (page 141),
168 (page 166), 20 (page 26).

Monday. 178 (page 180), 83 (page 80), 165 (page
166), 15 (page 25), 14 (page 24).

Tuesday. 113 (page 110), 59 (page 54), 158 (page

161), 60 (page 54), 184 (page 183).

Wednesday. 54 (page 53), 28 (page 32), 118 (page
128), 84 (page 80), 174 (page 179).
Thursday. 150 (page 157), 148 (page 156), 109 (page

109),110 (page 109), 170 (page 167), 176 (page 180).
Friday. 7 (page 9), 13 (page 24), 81 (page 80),

119 (page 128), 128 (page 134), 182 (page 182).
Saturday. 139 (page 141), 140 (page 141), 180 (page
181), 100 (page 104), 124 (page 131, 162 (page 163).

The Blessing.

of God which all under-

standing keep our hearts and minds, through
Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Then, all standing, may be sung a Hymn or the
following Canticle.

ever.

BENEDICTUS ES.

LESSED art Thou, O Lord God of our fathers:

and exalted above all for

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And blessed is Thy glorious and holy Name : and to be praised and exalted above all for ever.

Blessed art Thou in the temple of Thine holy glory and to be praised and glorified above all for ever.

Blessed art Thou that beholdest the depths, and sittest upon the cherubims and to be praised and exalted above all for ever.

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Blessed art Thou on the glorious throne of Thy kingdom and to be praised and glorified above all for ever.

Blessed art Thou in the firmament of heaven : and to be praised and glorified above all for ever. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son and

to the Holy Ghost;

As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be world without end. Amen.

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Jer. x. Laud. Monday, Mane.

9 Ps. cxxxiv. Laud. Saturday, Vesperi.

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Meditation. J. W. J. See Horol., p. 20.

Hymns. John Wesley, from the German. Bishop Ken.
Canticle. Additional Order for Evening Prayer, p. 22.
S. Basil, Horol., p. 23.-J. W. J.
Stobart, p. 96.

10
11.

12.. S. Basil, Horol., p. 24.-J. W. J.

13.. Gelasian, tr. in The Priest to the Altar, p. 39.

14 Preces Veterum, No. xii.-J. W. J.

Leonine, Bright, p. 6.

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Gelasian, Bright, p. 17.

S. Jerome, Preces Veterum, No. iv.-J. W. J.
Mozarabic Liturgy. Eve of Pentecost.-A.C.
J. Taylor, vol. ii. (Life of Christ), p. 582.
23.. Gelasian, Bright, p. 17.

22.

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Syriac Liturgy of S. Chrysostom. Renaudot,

vol. ii., p. 246, sqq.-A.C.

Laud. Gratiarum Actio.

AUTHOR, REFERENCE, TRANSLATOR, &c.

Additional Order for Evening Prayer, p. 18.
Altered from prayer in Primer.

Ps. xcii. Laud. Friday, Compline.

Laud. Wednesday, Compline.-A.C. and E.S.

Ps. cxix. Laud. Tuesday, Compline.

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Jer. x. Laud. Tuesday, Bedtime.
Laud. Tentationes.-A.C.

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S. Anselm, Preces Veterum, No. xxix.-J. W. J.
S. Augustine, Preces Veterum, No. xiii.-J. W. J.
Day Break Office of Eastern Church, Bright,
p. 6.

2 Cor. xiii. Book of Common Prayer.

Ps. lxiii. Laud. Thursday, Mane.

S. Nerses of Clajes, xvi. hour.

Ps. xxxviii. Laud. Sunday, Hora Nona.

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