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And blessed be the name of his Majesty for ever : and let every one of us say, Amen, Amen.

Glory be to the Father, &c.
As it was in the beginning, &c.

2 Cor. 13. 14
HE grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of

God, and the fellowsh p of the Holy Ghost, be with us all now and evermore. Amen.


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After Victory or Deliverance from an

Enemy. A Psalm or Hymn of Praise and Thanksgiving after Vi&ors. F the Lord had not been on our fide, now may we say :

if the Lord himself had not been on our fide, when men rose up against us ;

They had swallowed us up quick : when they were so wrathfully displeased at us.

Yea, the waters had drowned us, and the stream had gone over our soul : the deep waters of the proud had gone over our foul,

But praised be the Lord : who hath not given us over as a prey unto them.

The Lord hath wrought : a mighty salvation for us.

We gat nor this by our own sword, neither was it our own arm that saved us : but thy right hand, and thine arm, and the light of thy countenance; because thou hadit a favour

The Lord hath appeared for us : the Lord hath covered our heads, and made us to stand in the day of battle.

The Lord hath appeared for us : the Lord hath overthrown our enemies, and dashed in peices those that rose up against us.

Threfore not unto us, O Lord, not unto us : but uatu thy Name be given the Glory.

The Lord hath done great things for us: the Lord hath done great things for us, for which we rejoice.


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Our help ftandech in the Name of the Lord : who hath made heaven and earth.

Bleffed be the Name of the Lord : from this time forth for evermore.

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son : and to the Holy Ghoft;

As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be : world without end. Amen After this Hymn may be sung the Te Deum.

Tben this Colleet.
Almighty God, the Sovereign Commander of all the

world, in whose hand is power and might, which none is able to withstand; We bless and magnify thy great and glorious Name for this happy victory, the whole glory whereof we do ascribe to thee, who are the only giver of victory. And, we beseech thee, give us grace to improve this great mercy to thy glory, the advancement of thy Gofpel, the honour of our Sovereign, and, as much as in us lieth, to the good of all Mankind. And we beseech thee, give us such a sense of this great mercy, as may engage us to a true thankfulness, such as may appear in our lives, by an humble, holy, and obedient walking before thee all our days, through Jesus Christ our Lord; to whom, with thee, and the Holy Spirit, as for all thy mercies, so in particular for this Victory and Deliverance, be all glory and honour world without end. Amen.

2 Cor. 13. 14. HE grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of

God, and the fellowship of the Holy Ghost, be with us all evermore. Amen.



At the Burial of their Dead at SEA. The Office in the Common Prayer-Book may be used; only in stead of these

words (We therefore commit his body to the ground, earth to earth,. &c.) say,

E therefore commit his Body to the Deep, to be turned into Corruption, looking for the resurrection


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of the Body (when the Sea shall give up her dead,) and the life of the world to come, through our Lord Jesus Chrift; who at his coming shall change our vile Body, that it may be like his glorious Body, according to the mighty working, whereby he is able to lubdue all things to himself.


to be used yearly upon the Fifth Day of November; for the happy Deliverance of King JAMES I.

* and the three Estates of England, from the most Traiterous and bloody intended Massacre by Gunpowder : And also for the happy Arrival of His Majesty King William on this Day, for the De- . liverance of our Church and Nation.


The Minister of every Parish hall give warning to bis Parisoners publickly

in the Church at Morning Prayer the Sunday before, for the due Obferve(ion of the said Day. And after Morning Prayer, or Preaching, upsk tbc said Fifth Day of November, shall read publickly, diflinally, and plaialy, the Ad of Parlia:nent made in the Third Year of King James the Firji,

for the Observation of ir. Tbe Service shall be the jame with the usual office for Holz-daye ir all ibings;

except where it is hereafter otherwise appointed. If this Day shall happen to be Sunday, only the Collect proper for that Sanday Mall be added to obes Office in its place.

Morning Prayer all begin with these Sentences :
WHE Lord is full of compassion, and mercy : long-

suffering, and of great goodness. Pfal. 103. 8. He will not alway be chiding: neither keepeth he his anger for ever. i ver. 9.

He hath not dealt with us after our fins : nor rewarded us according to our wickednesses. ver. 10.

In. stead of Venite, exultemus, sball ibis Hymn following be used, one Verse by the Priest, and another by the Clerk and people.

Give thanks unto the Lord, for he is gracious : and

his mercy endurech for ever. Pfal. 107. 1. Let them give thanks whom the Lord hath redeemed : and elivered from ibe band of the enemy. ..


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Many a time have they fought against me from my youth up : may Israel now say. Pfal. 129. 1.

Yea, many a time have they vexed me from my youth up: bilt they have not prevailed against me. ver. 2.

They have privily laid their net to destroy me without a cause: yea, even without a cause have they made a pit soul. Pfal. 35:7;

They have laid a net for my feet, and pressed down my soul : they have digged a pit before me, and are fallen into the midst of it themselves. Psalm. 57. 7.

Greae is our Lord, and great is his power : yea, and his wisdom is infinite. Psal. 147. 5.

Tbe Lord settetb up ibe week : and bringetb the ungodly down to the ground. ver. 6.

Let thy hand be upon the man of thiy right hand : and upon the son of man whom thou madeft to Itrong for thine own felf. Pfal. 80. 17.

And so will not we go back from thee: O let us live, and we mall call upon thy Name. ver. 18.

Glory be to the Father, &c.
As it was in tbe, &c.

Proper Psalms, 64, 124, 125.

Proper Lessons.
The I. 2. Sam. 22. Te Deum.

The II. Acts 23. Jubilate. 9 In the fuffrages after the Creed, these shall be inserted and ufed

for the King : Priest. O Lord, save the King. People. Who putteth his trust in thee. Priest. Send him help from thy holy place. People. And evermore mightily defend him. Priest. Let his enemies have no advantage against him. People. Let no: ibe wicked approach to hurt bim. Instead of she firft Collect at Morning Prayer, foall these touo be used;

Lmighty God who haft in all ages (hewed thy power and mercy, in the miraculous and gracious deliverances



of thy Church. and in the protection of righteous and religious Kings and States profissing thy holy and eternal truth, from the wicked conspiracies, and malicious practices of all the enemies thereof; We yield thee our unfeigned thanks and praile, for the wonderful and mighty 'eliverance of our gracious Sovereign King James the First, the Queen, the Prince and all the Royal Branches, with the Nobility, Clergy, and Commons of England, then assembled in Parliameni, by Popish treachery appointed as sheep to the laughter, in a molt barbarous and Savage manner, beyond the examples of former ages. From this unnatural Conspiracy, not our merit, but thy mercy, not vur foresight, but thy Providence delivered us : And therefore D.. unto us, O Lord, not unto us, but unto thy Name be ascribed all honour and glory, in all Churches of the saints, for generation to generation, through Jelus Christ our Lord. Amen.

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for filling our hearts again with joy and gladness, after the time that thou hadit amicted us, and putting a new song into our mouts, by brireing his Majesty King Willian upon this Day, for the deliverance of our Church and Nation from Popish Tyranny an? Arbitrary Power. We adore the wisdom and juitice of thy Providence, which fo timely interposed in our extreme danger, and disappointed all the designs of our enemies. We beseech thee, give us such a lively and lasting Sense of what thou didst then, and hast since that cime done for us, that we may not grow secure and careless in cur obedience, bypresuming upon thy great and undeserved goodness; but that it niay lead us to repentance, and move us to be the more diligent and zealous in all the duties of our Religion, which thou hast in a marvellous manner preserved to us. Ler truth and justice, brotherly kindness and charity, devotion and piety, concord and unity, with all other virtues, fo flourish among us, that they may be the stability of our times, and make this Church a praise in the Earth. All which we humbly beg for the fake of our blessed Lord and Saviour. Anen.


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