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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,
to so great an End, as is the decent and orderly Performance of the
publick Worship of God.

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
little understood by some; and very negligently used by others, e-
ven of our own Communion.

Bennet's Preface upon the Common Prayera
I will pray with the Spirit, and I will pray with the Under-
panding also. I will sing with the Spirit, and I will sing with
the Understanding also.
Let all Things be done decently and in order.

1 Cor. xiv. 15.


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