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0 N T H E
B O O K
And ADMINISTRATION of the
Rites and Ceremonies of the Church,
According to the U S E of
The Church of England:
Together with the
PSALTER or PSALMS of DAVID,
Pointed as they are to be fung or said in Churches \
NOTES, Practical ani Explanatory*
/ will pray with the Understanding*
1 Cor. xiv. 15. j
Proper LESSONS to be read at Morning and Evening Prayer, On the Holy-Days throughout the Year.
| Saint Andrna St.Th»masApostle NmtivityasChrift
1 Lesion .
2 Lesson -
I Lesson -
2 Lesson *
2 Lesson Ccniserfion of St.
Pomu t Lessen 2 Lesson Purification of the Vjrgin Mary Saint Matthias Annunciation of
our Lady Wednesday btsert Eajicr.
2 Lesson 1'burl'day Itfori
2 l esson dut Friday,
1 Lessen .
2 Lesson . Easter Even.
Monday in Easter',
Wetk. I Lesson z Lesson fe/ EasttrWeei
2 Lesson Saint Afani S.PhilipS.James\
2 Lesson Asctnfion-Day.
1 Lesson .
2 Lesson Monday in Whit
fitn Week. •I Lesson . 2 Lesson • Tuesday in WhHJ fun Week.
2 Lesson • Saint Barnabas
2 Lesson St. John Baptist]
2 Lesson • Saint Peter.
2 Leslbn Saint 'James St.Bartholomew Saint Matthew Saint Michael.
2 Lesson Saint S.SitnonS.Jisde AU Sasats.
^Proper LESSONS to be read at Morning and Evening Prayer, On the Sundays throughout the Year.
i D A K.
Trinity, The first
pronouncing aloud Caleo <ive Times if the Nor.es hap pencil on the fifth Day; or ieven times, if they happened on the 7th Day of the Month.
The design of the Calendar before the Common Prayer is to (hew on what Days of each Month the Fasts and Festivals ot the Chu cli are to be kept : and what for. tions of the Scriptures are to be read every Day, Morning and Evening thioughout the Year. The Lessons for Sundays ami Holy-days arc mentioned feparaiely in the first Table: and the rest are placed in a Line diiectly opposite to the Day. ot the Month on which they are to be Read.'
•CALENDA * Thie takes its name from the Latin Word Calends which signified the first Day of every Month ami ngst the Romans j and which is derived from the Greek Word caieo to call : oceanic as the Romans antienrly counted their Months by the Motion of the Moon, they had a Priest appointed, to ohlrrve the times cf the new Moon; who whs* lie had seen it, gave Notice to the President of the Sacrifices, who called the People together, and declared to them how they were to reckon the Days until the Nones (which were the 7th Days of March, May, Jwly, andTJctpber ; and the 5th of the rest of the Months) . ',, . , 1
* This Month takes its uame from Janus, of wham it is related, - that he knew thing*; pail
and to come; and therefo e they represented him with two Faces, and deified him after his death. This Deity the Romans established to hear Rule at ajl Beginnings. •
f Note, that Exodus 6, is to be read only to Ter. i+. B '•'
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