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against us; And lead us not in- King, God the Father Alto temptation, But deliver us mighty. from evil, For thine is the O Lord, the only begotten kingdom, the power, and the Son Jesu Christ; Lord God, glory, For ever and ever. A- Lamb of God, Son of the Famen.
ther, that takest away the sins
of the world, have mercy upon Then this Prayer.
us. Thou that takest away the
sins of the world, have mercy O LORD and heavenly Fa
Thou that takest a. ther, we thy humble servants entirely desire thy fa- way the sins of the world, retherly goodness, mercifully to sittest at the right hand of
ceive our prayer. Thou that accept this our sacritice of God the Father, have mercy praise and thanksgiving; most
upon us. humbly beseeching thee to
For thou only art holy; thou grant, that by the merits and death of thy son Jesus Christ, only art the Lord ; thou only, and through faith in his blood, o Christ, with the Holy Ghost; we and all thy whole Church art most high in the glory of
God the Father. Amen. may obtain remission of our sins, and all other benefits of his passion. And here we offer
Then the Archbishop saith, ourselves, our souls and bodies; THE peace of God, which to be a reasonable, holy, and keep your hearts and minds in lively sacrifice unto thee; hum. the knowledge and love of God, bly beseeching thee, that all and of his Son Jesus Christ our we, who are partakers of this Lord : And the blessing of God holy Communion, may be Almighty, the Father, the Son, fulfilled with thy grace and and the Holy Ghost, be aheavenly benediction. And mongst you, and remain with although we be unworthy, you always. Amen. through our manifold sins, to offer unto thee any sacritice, yet we beseech thee to accept this our bounden duty and ser
SECT. XIX. vice; not weighing our merits, but pardoning our offences,
The Recess. through Jesus Christ our Lord; by whom
whole Corona. all honour and glory be unto thee, O Father Almighty, world thus performed, the into Saint
Eduart's without end. Amen.
King attended and
accompanied as beThen shall be sung,
fore,the four Suords of the
being carried before YLORY be to God on high, him, descends from his Throne
Crotoned, and carrying his will towards men. We praise Sceptre and Rod in his hands, thee, we bless thee, we worship goes into the Area eastward thee, we glorify thee, we give of the Theatre, and passes on thanks to thee for thy great through the Door on the South glory, O Lord God, heavenly side of the Altar into Saint
the unity of the Holy Ghost, 7 eneboliconein, ceeding
Edward's Chapel ; and as they Westminster, and by him li puss by the Altar, the rest of the there also Regalia, lying upon it, are to be delivered by the Dean of His Majesty will then be disroi Westminster to the Lords that
of his Imperial Mantle or R carried them in the Procession,
of State, and arrayed in and 80 they proceed in State
Royal Robe of Purple Veli into the Chapel, the Organ all
and her Majesty will also Of the the while playing. The
arrayed in her Royal Ro Queen. Queen at the same of Purple Velvet. His a time descending), goes
jesty wearing his Imper in like manner into the same
Crown will then receive in Chapel at the Door on the
Left Hand the Orb from North side of the Altar; bear
Archbishop ing her Sceptre in her Right Then their Majesties will p Hand, and her Ivory Rod in ceed through the Choir to her Left.
West Door of the Church,
the same way as they cai The King and Queen being come wearing their Crowns :
into the Chapel, the King King, bearing in his Rig standing before the Altar, de Hand the sceptre with livers the Sceptre with the Cross, and in his Left Dove to the Archbishop, who Orb; the Queen bearing ini layeth it upon the Altar there. Right Hand her Sceptre u And the Golden Spurs and the Cross, und in her Left St. Edward's Staff are given Ivory Rod with the Dove ; into the hands of the Dean of Peers wearing their Corone
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