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Earnestly recommended to all its Members; aca
cording to the Intent and Meaning of it:
Nothing can be called little, which conduces in any Degree,
Directions given by Edmund Lord Bishop of Londom to
the Clergy of his Diocese, in the Year 1724.
It is too notorious, that the Book of Common Prayer, is very
Bennet's Preface upon the Common Prayera
1 Cor. xiv. 15.
O N D Ö N:
and Sold by Mr. Clements and Mr. KEBLEWHITE, Books
138. f. 71.
HERE being so many. Mistakes daily made in the Performance of the ordinary Service of our Church, notwithstanding its Ru
brick was so carefully drawn up, and distinguish'd by a red Character and therefore so call’d) as it is still printed, in a different one, as a likely Provision to prevent
It may not be altogether unserviceable, so to point them out, that the strictest Observers A 2