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kneeleth down, whilst the Arch

ECEIVE this Ring, the seal bishop of York saith the follow- of a sincere Faith; and ing Prayer:

God, to whom belongeth all LMIGHTY God, the foun- power and dignity, prosper you ear, we beseech thee, to our you therein long to continue, prayers, and multiply thy bless- fearing him always, and always ings upon this thy servant, doing such things as shall please whom in thy Name, with all him, through Jesus Christ our humble devotion, we

Lord. Amen. crate our Queen ; Defend her Then the Archbishop of York evermore from dangers, ghost- taketh the Crown

The ly and bodily ; Make her a great from off the Altar Crown. example of virtue and piety, into his hands, and and a blessing to this kingdom, reverently setteth it upon the through Jesus Christ our Lord, Queen's Head, saying : who liveth and reigneth with the Holy Spirit, world without And God'the Crown of the thee: 10 Father, in the unity of RECEIVE the Crown of end. Amen.

faithful, who by our Episcopal This Prayer being ended, the this day set a Crown of pure

hands (though unworthy) doth Queen ariseth, and cometh to Gold upon your Head, enrich The Anoint. the place of her Aning.

your Royal Heart with his aointing : Which is bundant grace, and crown you

to be at a Faldstool with all princely virtues in this set for that purpose before the life, and with an everlasting Altar, between the steps and Crown of glory in the life which King Edward's Choir.

She kneeleth down, and four Peer our Lord.' Amen.

is to come, through Jesus Christ esses appointed for that service, and summoned by Garter King The Queen being crowned all of Arms, holding a rich Pali the Peeresses put on their Coof Cloth of Gold over her, the ronets. Archbishop of York poureth the Holy Oil upon the Crown Then the Archbishop of York of her Head, saying these

putteth the Sceptre

The Scepwords:

into the Queen's

Right Hand, and tre and N the Name of the Father,

Ivory Rod. the Ivory Rod with

the Dove into her Left Hand; Holy Ghost : Let the anointing and sayeth this Prayer: with this Oil increase your homour, and the grace of God's O LORD, the giver of all per:

for ever and ever. Amen.

thy servant ALEXANDRAour

Queen, that by the powerful Then the Archbishop of York and virtue, she may adorn the

and mild influence of her piety receiveth from the Officer of the high dignity which she hath The Ring.

Jewel Office
Queen's Ring, and

obtained, through Jesus Christ putteth it upon the Fourth our Lord. Amen. Finger of her Right Hand, The Queen being thus Anointsaying:

ed, and Crowned, and having received all her Ornaments, a- | And first the King The King riseth and goeth from the Altar, offers Bread and offers supported by her two Bishops, Wine for the Com. Bread

and Wine. and so up to the Theatre. And munion, which being as she passeth by the King on brought out of Saint Edward's his Throne, she boweth herself Chapel, and delivered into his reverently to his Mujesty, and hands (the Bread upon the then is conducted to her own Paten by the Bishop that read Throne, and without any fur. the Epistle, and the Wine in the ther Ceremony takech her place Chalice by the Bishop that read in it.

the Gospel), are by the Archbishop received from the King, and reverently placed upon the

Altar, and decently covered SECT. XVIII.

with a fair linen Cloth, the

Archbishop first saying this The Communion. Prayer; Archbishop reading these Sener besloffertozin begiens, Sthe BLESS, Oh Lord, we beseech tences :

sanctify them unto this holy

use, that by them we may be The Offer shine before men, and Blood of thine only-begot

ET your light so made partakers of the Body tory. that they may see your good ten Son Jesus Christ, and fed works, and glorify your Father unto everlasting life of soul which is in heaven,

and body: And that thy serCharge them who are rich in vant King EDWARD may be this world, that they be ready enabled to the discharge of his to give, and glad to distribute; weighty office, whereunto of laying up in store for them- thy great goodness thou hust selves a good foundation a- called and appointed him. gainst the time to come, that Grant this, o Lord, for Jesus they may attain eternal life.

Christ's sake, our only Media

tor and Advocate. Amen. Then the Organ plays and the Choir sing:

Then the King kneeling, as be. Let my prayer come up into fore, makes his Oblation, oferthy presence as incense and ing a Pall or Altarlet the lifting up of my hands cloth delivered by

A Pall or

Altarbe as an evening sacrifice.

the Officer of the

Cloth.

Great Wardrobe to In the mean while the King and the Lord Great Chamberlain,

Queen deliver their Scepto es to and by him, kneeling, to his the Noblemen who hol pre- Majesty, and an Inviously borne them, and de

An Ingot got or Wedge of

of Gold. scend from their Thrones, sup

Gold of a pound ported and attended as before; weight, which the Treasurer of and go to the steps of the Altar, the Household delivers to the where, taking off their Crowns, Lord Great Chamberlain, and which they deliver to the Lord he to his Majesty; And the Great Chaunberlain and other Archbishop coming to him, reappointed Officer to hold, hey ceiveih and placeth them upon hreel down,

the Altur,

AL

ine tuniversal Church with the Y ihrepent you of your sins,

The Queen The Queen also at the specially to this congregation offers.

same time maketh her here present; that, with meek Oblation of a Pall or Altar-heart and due reverence, they cloth, and a Mark weight may hear, and receive thy holy of Gold, in like manner as the Word ; truly serving thee in King.

holiness and righteousness all Then the King and Queen return the days of their life. And we

to their Chairs, and kneel down most humbly beseech thee of at their Faldstools, and the thy goodness, O Lord, to comArchbishop saith:

fort and succour all them, who

in this transitory life are in Let us pray for the whole trouble, sorrow, need, sickness, state of Christ's Church mili- or any other adversity. And tant here in earth.

we also bless thy holy Name LMIGHTY and everliving for all thy servants departed postle hast taught us to make beseeching thee to give us grace prayers and supplications, and so to follow their good examples, to give thanks, for all men :

that with them we may be parWe humbly beseech thee most takers of thy heavenly kingdom: mercifully to accept these obla- Grant this, o Father, for Jesus tions, and to receive these our Christ's sake, our only Mediator prayers, which we offer unto and Advocate. Amen. Thy Divine Majesty ; beseech

The Exhortation.

E that . spirit of truth, unity, and concord : And grant, that all they and are in love and charity with that do confess thy holy Name your neighbours, and intend to may agree in the truth of thy lead a new life, following the holy Word, and live in unity, commandments of God, and and godly love. We beseech walking from henceforth in thee also to save and defend all his holy ways : Draw near with Christian Kings, Princes, and faith, and take this holy SaGovernours; and specially thy crament to your comfort; and servant EDWARD our King; make your humble confession that under him we may be god- to Almighty God, meekly kneel. ly and quietly governed : And ing upon your knees. grant unto his whole Council, and to all that are put in au

The general Confession. thority, under him that ther. ALM

LMIGHTY God, Father of

our Lord Jesus Christ, nister justice, to the punish- Maker of all things, Judge of ment of wickedness and vice, all men : We acknowledge and and to the maintenance of thy bewail our manifold sins and true religion, and virtue. Give wickedness, Which we from grace, o heavenly Father, to all time to time most grievously Bishops and Curates, that they have committed, By thought, may both by their life and doc- word, and deed, Against thy trine set forth thy true and Divine Majesty, Provoking lively Word, and rightly and most justly thy wrath and induly administer thy holy Sa- dignation against us.

We do craments : And to all thy people earnestly repent, And are give thy heavenly grace; and heartily sorry for these our

misdoings; The remembrance After which the Archbishop of them is grievous unto us; shall proceed, saying, The burden of them is intoler

Lift up your hearts. able. Have mercy upon us, Have mercy upon us, most

Answer. merciful Father; For thy Son We lift them up unto the our Lord Jesus Christ's sake, Lord. Forgive us all that is past; And

Archbishop. grant that we may ever here. after Serve and please thee In

Let us give thanks unto our

Lord God. newness of life, To the honour

Answer. and glory of thyName; Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. It is meet and right so to do. The Absolution.

Then shall the Archbishop turn

to the Lord's Table, and say, LMIGHTY God, our hea

T great mercy hath promised for

bounden duty, that we giveness of sins to all them that should at all times, and in all with hearty repentance and places, give thanks unto thee, true faith turn unto him ; Have O Lord, Holy Father, Almigh? mercy upon you; pardon and ty, Everlasting God. deliver you from all your sins; Therefore with Angels and confirm and strengthen you in Archangels, and with all the all goodness; and bring you to company of heaven, we laud everlasting life; through Jesus and magnify thy glorious Christ our Lord. Amen. Name; evermore praising thee,

and saying: After which shall be said,

Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Hear what comfortable words of hosts, heaven and earth are our Saviour Christ saith unto full of thy glory: Glory be to all that truly turn to him. thee, O Lord most high. A.

Come unto me, all that tra- men. vail and are heavy laden, and I The Prayer of Humble Access. will refresh you.

So God loved the world, that We do not presume to come he gave his only-begotten Son, ciful Lord, trusting in our own to the end that all that believe righteousness, but in thy mani. in him should not perish, but fold and great mercies. We are have everlasting life.

not worthy so much as to gaHear also what Saint Paul ther up the crumbs under thy saith.

Table. But thou art the same This is a true saying, and Lord, whose property is always worthy of all men to be re

to have mercy : Grant us thereceived, that Christ Jesus came fore, gracious Lord, so to eat into the world to save sinners. the flesh of thy dear Son Jesus

Christ, and to drink his blood, Hear also what Saint John that our sinful bodies may be saith.

made clean by his body, and If any man sin, we have an our souls washed through his Advocate with the Father, Je most precious blood, and that sus Christ the righteous; and he we may evermore dwell in him, is the propitiation for our sins. I and he in us. Amen.

A

shall drink it, in remembrance The Prayer of Consecration.

of me. Amen. LMIGHTY God, our hea

Archbi. The King venly Father, who of thy when the tender mercy didst give thine

shops, and Dean of andQueen only Son Jesus Christ to suffer Westminster, with communi. death upon the Cross for our the Bishops Assist- cate. redemption; who made there ants, namely, the Preacher, (by his one oblation of himself

and those who read the Litany, once offered) a full, perfect,

and the Epistle and Gospel, and sufficient sacrifice, obla

have communicated in both tion, and satisfaction for the

kinds, the King and Queen sins of the whole world ; and

shall advance to the steps of the did institute, and in his holy

Altar and kneel down, and the Gospel command us to con

Archbishop sholl administer tinue, a perpetual memory of

the Bread, and the Dean of that his precious death, until

Westminster the Cup, to them. his coming again : Hear us, o most merciful Father, we most At the Delivery of the Bread humbly beseech thee; and

shall be said:

thy creatures of bread and 1 Christ, which was given for wine, according to thy Son our thee, preserve thy body and Saviour Jesus Christ's holy in- soul unto everlasting life : Take stitution, in remembrance of and eat this in remembrance his death and passion, may be that Christ died for thee, and

partakers of his feed on him in thy heart by a Here the most blessed Body faith with thanksgiving. Archbishop and Blood : who, in is to take the Paten the same night that At the Delivery of the Cup. into his he was betrayed, hands :

a took Bread; and, The Blood of our Lord Je. b And here when he had given for thee, preserve thy body to break the thanks, bhe brake and soul unto everlasting life : Bread: it, and gave it to Drink this in remembrance And here

his disciples,saying, that Christ's Blood was shed to lay his Take, eat; (this is for thee, and be thankful. hand up- my Body which is on all the given for you: Do The King and Queen then put on Bread. this

in remem- their Crowns, and taking the d Here he brance of me. Likeis to take wise after supper

Sceptres in their hands again, the Cup in- d he took the Cup;

repair to their Thrones. to his hand:

and, when he had Then the Archbishop Post-ComAnd here given thanks, he

goeth on to the Post- munion. to lay his gave it to them, say:

Communion, saying, every vessel ing, Drink ye all of (be it Cha. this; for this is my heaven, Hallowed be thy lice or Fla. Blood of the New Name, Thy kingdom come,

in Testament, which Thy will be done, In earth as which there is shed for you and it is in heaven. Give us this is any Wine for many for the re- day our daily bread; And to be cone mission of sins : Do forgive us our trespasses, As

this, as oft as ye we forgive them that trespass

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