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their affliction : but for the glory of thy own name relieve us in our necessities. Thro',

SECRET.
Ercifully receive, O Lord, the offerings, by

L thee, on our tribulation; and turn away the

by thy great goodness reitore us to safety. Thro'. POSTCOMMUNION, Tribulationem.

, wrath of thy indignation, which we justly deserve. Thro'.

In a Famine or Pestilence.
COLLECT. Da nobis.
Rant us, O Lord, the effeets of our humble

and pious prayers : and by thy goodness deliver us from this famine or pestilence, that men may know fuch scourges proceed from thy indiguation, and ceale by thy mercy.

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and by the sacrament thereof renewest both fubitances of man, mercifully grant, that the help thereof may be wanting to neither our bodies nor fouls. Thro'.

POSTCOMMUNION. Guberna.
EED, O Lord, we beseech thee, with corporal

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with thy eternal mysteries. Thro'.

For Rain.
COLLECT. Deus, in quo.

O

being, send us, we beseech thee, a féasonable rain ; that enjoying suficiently the necessaries of this life, we may, with greater confidence, defire those bleilings that are eternal. Thro'.

BE

i SECRET. E appeased, O Lord, with the offerings we

have made : and send us the aid of a seasonable rain. Thro'.

POSTCOMMUNION. Da nobis. Rant, O Lord, we beseech thee, a wholesome

rain ; and water from heaven the drought of the earth. Thro'.

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For fair Weather.

COLLECT. Ad te.
EAR us, O Lord, crying out to thee, and

grant us our humble request of a dry season: that we, who are justly a Micted for our fins, may experience thy clemency and mercy. Thro'.

SECRET.
AY thy grace, O Lord, always go before us,

and follow us; and mercifully receive, as confecrated to thy name, the offerings we bring for the remisliok, of our fins : that by the intercession of thy faints, they may avail us all to salvation. Thro'. POSTCOMMUNION. Quafumus.

E beseech thy mercy, O Almighty God,

that thou wouldft stop the overflowing of rain, and thew us thy pleasing countenace. Thro'.

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Against Storms.
COLLECT. A domo tua.
AY this house, O Lord, wé beseech thee, be

defended against all the assaults of our spiritual enemies : and may the present dreadful disorder of the air cease. Thro'.

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WE

SECRET. E offer thee, O Lord, our praises and sacrifices in

for the favours received, humbly beseeching thee to grant those we ftand in need of. Thro'.

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POSTCOMMUNION. Omnipotens.

, healeft us by chastifements, and preservest us by the grant of thy pardon: hear our humble prayers: that we may rejoice in the ceasing of this storm, and always make a good use of the grant of thy favours. Thro'.

Against a Mortality among the Cattle.

COLLECT. Deus, qui. O

God, who comfortably rewardest the labour

of men in the benefit they receive even from brute beasts : grant, we beseech thee, that they may not be taken from us, without which we are not able to fubfift. Thro'.

SE CR E T.
Eing appeased, O Lord, with the facrifice we

ofter, mercifully grant us the aids and afilances of this life. Thro'.

POSTCOMMUNION. Benedictionem
AY thy faithful people, O Lord, receive thy

blessing, which may save them both in body and foul: and may they always pay thee due homage, and always find the blessings of thy mercy. Thro'.

For the Celebrant.
COLLECT. Omnipotens,

, prayers of thy servant, and as by thy goodness thou hast appointed him to administer chefe heavenly mysteries, make him a worthy minister of thy alcar: that what proceeds from his mouth, may be ratified by thy blefling. Thro'.

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SECRET. Y virtue of this facrament, cleanse away, O

Lord, the fins of thy servant: and grant that thy grace may always enable him worthily to perform his duty. Thro'.

POSTCOMMUNION. Omnipotens.
O

pointed thy servant to stand before thy altar, and to praise the power of thy name: grant him by these facred inysteries the forgiveness of all his fins, that he may always worthily serve thy divine ma jefty. Thro'.

For the Gift of Tears.

COLLECT. Omnipotens. O

water spring out of a rock for thy people in their thirst ; draw from our stony hearts the tears of compunction; that we may truly bewail our fins, and, through thy mercy, obtain pardon thereof. Thro'.

SECR E T.
Ercifully look down, O Lord, on the offer.

ings we make to thy majesty for our sins; and draw from our eyes a torrent of tears, by which the burning Aames we deserve, may be extinguished. Thro'. POSTCOMMUNION. Gratiam. Ercifully pour forth on our hearts, O Lord God, the

grace thy holy which by fighs and tears may niake us wash away the stains of our fins, and obtain for us the desired pardon, Thro'...in unity of the same Holy Ghost.

For the Remiffion of Sin.
COLLECT. Deus, qui nullum.

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ance art mercifully reconciled to the greatest finners, mercifully regard the humble prayers of us thy servants, and enlighten our hearts : that we may be enabled to fulfil thy commandments. Thro'.

SECRET. MAY this sacrifice, O Lord, which we offer

for our fios, be acceptable to thee: and may it avail to the falvation both of the living and the dead. Thro'.

POSTCOMMUNION. Exaudi.
'EAR the prayers of thy family, O Almighty

God, and grant: that the holy mysteries we have received from thee, may, by thy grace, remain uncorrupted in us. Thro'.

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COLLECT. Omnipotens.. O

cording to thy great goodness, thy servants, who acknowledge their offences before thee; that thy mercy may more powerfully prevail for their pardon, than their guilt calls on thee for justice. Thro'

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merciful God; that this faving facrifice may immediately free thy kervants from all their lins, and protect them from all adversity. Thro'.

POSTCOMMUNION. Omnipotens.

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the conversion, than punishment of every one that

repents, and confesses to thee: look down up on these thy servants; and, by the facred mysteries we have received, turn away from them the wrath of thy indignation, and forgive them all their fins. Thro'.

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