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the Latin translation, Ratio et Forma, &c. Genevæ, 1556, 12mo.

The Forme of Prayers and Ministration of the Sacraments, &c. used in the English Church at Geneva, approved and received by the Churche of Scotland. Whereunto besydes that was in the former bokes, are also added sondrie other prayers, with the whole Psalmes of David in English meter. [Commonly called KNOX's PRAYER BOOK.] Edinb. by Robert Lekprevik, 1565, 12mo. On the reverse of the title the contents of the boke (22 Articles), the Calendar, &c. including title, 12 pages. The Confession of Faith, &c. p. 1-117. A Table of the Psalms, 4 leaves, unpaged. The Psalms, p. 1-460. No separate title to the Psalms, but one to Calvin's Catechism,' &c. Edinb. by Robert Lekprevik, 1564, p. 1-181, last page blank. A fine copy is in the library of Corpus Christi Coll. Other editions, viz. No place, but probably Edinb 1584, 24mo.

Ff 7, in eights; the last page blank. Lond. by Rob. Waldegrave, n, d. (1567). 8vo. 77 pages, numbered over the inner margins. Sotheby's, Bandinel, (bound with 3 ecclesiastical tracts), Aug. 1861, 5l. 17s. 6d.-Lond. 1641, 4to.-Lond. (reprinted from Geneva, 1558,) 1643, 4to. In The Phenix, vol. 2.

These Prayers (Genevan or Knox's) are usually printed with the subsequent editions of the metrical Psalms used in the Church of Scotland before the year 1650. See PSALMS.

The Form of Prayers, &c. (Genevan or Knox's) in Latin. Geneva, 1556, sm. 8vo. The same Form of Prayers, translated into the Irish-Gaelic, for the use of the Highlanders of Scotland, by Mr. John Cars. well, Bishop of the Isles. Edinb. Robert Lekprevik, 1566, sm. 8vo. In this Liturgy, dedicated to the Earl of Argyle, is the form of prayer used by many of the Islanders at sea, after the sails are hoisted, of which a copy (incorrect, according to Toland) from the original may be seen in Martin's Description of the Western Isles of Scotland, p. 127, &c. The only copy known is in the possession of the Duke of Argyle.

PRAYERS.-The Posie of Godly Prayers fit for every Christian to use, with an Exhortation to forsake the World, and not to Feare Death. Made and collected by Nicholas Themythrop, Esq., one of the Queenes majesties Gentlemen Servers. (Advertised by S. Lee, in 1680.) Now newly mended and enlarged by the same author, and the one and fortieth time imprinted.

Čertaine Notes set forth in foure and three Parts, to be song at the Morning

Communion, and Evening Praier, &c. (Bassus, Medius, Tenor and Contra-tenor) Lond. 1560, folio.-Lond. by John Daye, 1565, folio. A specimen is given in Burney's History of Music, iii. 26-9.

A Fourme to be vsed in Common Prayer twyse aweke, and also an Order of publique Fast, to be vsed every Wednesday in the Weeke, during this Tyme of Mortalitie and other Afflictions. An Homyly, conCerning the Justice of God, in punyshing of impenetent Synners, &c, Lond. 1561, 4to. F 4, in fours. Bindley, pt. iv. 124, 6s. 6d.-1593, 4to.

all Tymes, of euery Christen both Man A good and godly Prayer to be said at and Woman, with a Prayer vpon the Paternoster, or Paraphrase vpon the same. Lond. by John Alde for Mychell Lobley, 1563, 8vo. Contains 8 leaves, the

last blank.

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Private Prayers, put forth during the reign of Queen Elizabeth, edited by the Rev. W. K. Clay. Camb. 1851, 8vo. See Parker Society. Contains the Primer of 1559. Orarium of 1560. Preces Privatæ, 1564. Book of Christian Prayers, 1578; and in Appendix, the Library of 1544.

This Booke is called the Treasure of Gladness; a very little manuell of Pray1564. - Another edition, 1581. Horner, ers, H. Denham, for J. Charlewood, 24mc. 57. 12s. 6d. The ed. 1564, with Psalms or Prayers taken out of Holy Scripture, with Letany and suffixes, 24mo. 1559, W. Copeland for J. Walen and W. Seres, 2 vols. in 1. Sotheby's, 1853, 8. 10s.

in Fourme of the Alphabet of the Queene The Posie of flowred Prayers, disposed her most excellent Majesties Name. Lond. by Henry Wykes, n.d. (1565), 16mo. White Knights, 3544, morocco, 31. 15s.

A Fforme to be used in Common Prayer euery Sunday, Wednesday and Friday throughout the Realm: to excite and stirre vp all Godly People to pray vnto God for the Preseruation of those Christians, and their Countreys, that are now inuaded by the Turke in Hungary, or elsewhere. Set foorth by Mathewe, Archbishop of Canterbury.-Lond. R. Jugge and Cawood, n. d. (1566), 4to.

A Booke of Christian Prayers, collected out of the antient Writers. Lond. by John Day, 1569, 4to. This work, usually called QUEEN ELIZABETH'S PRAYER BOOK, is by some attributed to John Foxe, by

PRAYER-continued. others to Richard Day. Every page is ornamented with wood-cuts from the designs of Albert Durer, Hans Holbein, &c. On the back of the title-page is a portrait of Queen Elizabeth on her knees. The only copy known of this edition, formerly Q. Elizabeth's, afterwards in the possession of Queen Anne, is now in the Archiepiscopal Library, Lambeth Palace. It is supposed to have been printed expressly for Elizabeth, as the prayers for the Queen are in the first person.-Lond. by John Daye, 1578, 4to.-Lond. by John Daye, 1581, 4to. Roscoe, 571, 107. 10s. Nassau, pt. i. 1310, 77. 7s. Saunders' in 1818, morocco, 4. Gardner, July, 1854, 18.-Lond. 1590, R. Yardley and P. Short, for the assignees of Richard Day, 4to. Sotheby's in 1821, mor. 27. 16s. White Knights, 3538, mor. 5l. 15s. 6d. Evans' in 1817, 4. 5s. Gardner, 81. 18s. 6d. PAPER. A copy is in the Library of K. George III. now in the British Museum. -Lond. 1608, 4to. folios 138, besides title, to the Christian reader, three prayers and a table, 10 leaves. Dowdeswell, 274, 31.3s. Saunders' in Nov. 1823, 4l. 14s. 6d.


Meditationum ac Precationum Libellus (Elizabethæ Reginæ Angliæ). Lugduni, 1570, 16mo. A copy is in the library of K. GeorgeIII. now in the British Museum. Most Godly Prayers, compiled out of David's Psalmes, by Peter Martyr. Lond. W. Seres, 1569, 8vo. Heber, pt. vii. 10s. 6d. A Booke of private Prayer necessarye to be used of all Christians, with manye godly Prayers. Lond. by William Seres, [1570], 48mo. 1. 1s. Williams, 1444, superbly bound in morocco, 67. 6s.

Christian Prayers and holy Meditations. Lond. 1570, 4to. Several times reprinted. See BULL, Henry. Parker Society, APPEN


An Alphabet of Prayers, verye fruitfull to be used of everye christian man. Lond. 1573, 8vo.

The Garland of Godlie Flowers beauti

An Order for Prayer and Thankesgiving (necessary to be used in these dangerous times) for the safetie and preservation of her Majesty and this realme. Lond. Deputies of C. Barker, n. d. (1580), 4to. Sotheby's, Apl. 1857, 97. 15s.—Àgain, in 1594, 14 leaves.

A Prayer for the State of Christes Church. A Prayer to be used of all householders with their whole familie, every Evening before they go to bed, that it would please God to turn his wrath from us, threatned in the last terrible earthquake. Lond. by Chr. Barker, 1580, 4to. Grenville Collection.

Order of Prayer and other exercises upon Wednesdays and Fridays, to avert and turne God's wrath from us, threatened by the late terrible earthquake. C.Barker, 1580, 4to. Sotheby's, Apl. 1857,



A Booke of the Forme of Common Prayers, Administration of the Sacraments, &c. agreable to Gods Worde, and the Vse of the reformed Churches. Middleburgh, by Richard Schilders, 1586. 8vo. This appears to be the Form of Prayer exhibited by the PURITANS to the Parliament three times. See Strype's Life of Abp. Whitgift, Neal's History of the Puritans, and Ames' Typogr. Antiq. by Herbert.-Middleburgh, 1587. Sir P. Thompson, 234, 7s. Inglis, 209, 17.7s. Hall, 6l. 8s. 6d. An edit. R. Waldegrave, n. d. (circa 1586), 12mo. Sotheby's, Apl. 1857, 8l. 15s. - Fourth edition. Middleburgh, 1602, 8vo.

The Middleburgh Prayer Book (1586) is reprinted in Hall's Reliquiæ Liturgica

Certaine Praiers collected out of a

Forme of Godly Meditations, set forth by Her Majesties (Elizabeth) authoritie, in the fifth yeere of her highnesses reigne,

and most necessarie to be used at this

time in the like visitation, July, 1593. Lond. C. Barker, BLACK LETTER, 4to. 8 leaves.

The Fift Lampe of Virginitie, conteining sundrie Forms of Christian Praiers and Meditations for all sorts and degrees of women. Lond. 1595, 4to.

fully adorned with the most fragrant blossoms (commonly called Tyme's Praiers). Lond. 1574, 48mo. Dedicated to Sir N. Bacon. No pagination, end on Certain Prayers set forth by Authoritie, P 7, woodcut border round each page. to be vsed for the prosperous Successe of The Lord's Prayer, Creed, and ten Com-her Maiesties Forces and Navy: Lond. mandments, in the English and Saxon Language. J. Day, n. d. (1577), 12mo, Godlye priuate Prayers for Housholders to meditate vpon, and to say in their Families. Imprinted by John Awdeley, 1576, Svo. C, in eights.

A Fourme of Prayer to be used of all the Queen's Majesties' Subjects every yeere the 17 of November, being the day of her Highnes' entrie to her Kingdome. Lond, 1578, 4to.

by the Deputies of Chr. Barker, 1597, 4to. Eight in number; the first remarkable for the style, composed by the Queen. C. Barker published several other little volumes of prayers.

A Manuall of Praiers, gathered out of many famous and good Authors, as well ancient, as of the Time present, distributed according to the Daies of the Weeke: whereunto is added a new Calender, with the Order to help at Masse.

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A Fourme of Prayer to be used every Yeere the fift of August; the Day of his Highnesse's happy Deliverance from the traiterous Attempt of the Earle of Gowry and his Brother, with their Adherents. Lond. 1603, 4to. Sotheby's, Apl. 1857, 12. 19s.

Forme of Prayer with Thanksgiving to be used on the 27th of March, being the day of His Highnesse entry to this Kingdom, 1603, 4to.

A Manual of Prayers. Doway, 1604, 8vo. Whereunto is added a more large and ample exercise, for morning and evening. n. p. 1604, 8vo.

Prayers and Thanksgiving to be used by all the King's Majesties loving subjects, for the happy deliverance of His Majestie, the Queene, Prince, &c. from the massacre by Gunpowder the fifth of No vember, 1605.-Rep. 1630, Barker, 24 pp. -Lond. 1636,

A Forme of Common Prayer, together with an Order of Fasting. Lond. 1605, 4to.-Reprinted 1625.-Again 1636. The Princes (Henry) Prayers. Lond. 1610. Heber, pt. v. 5s.

A manual of godly Praiers and Litanies. Rouen, 1613, 8vo.

The Christian's Guide: consisting of Prayers, Meditations, &c. Lond. 1614,


Form of Prayer (Scottish Presbyterian). Edinb. A. Hart, 1615, 8vo. For later edition, see PSALMS.

A heavenly New-Year's Gift, wherein is contayned many godly prayers. Lond. 1620, 8vo.

A Forme of Prayer necessary to bee used in these dangerous times of Warre (to which is appended), 'A Generall Ex hortation, in the Time of Danger and Feare of God's Judgements.' Lond. Bill and Norton, n. d. 4to. BLACK LETTER, A. to M 4, first and last blank.

A Forme of Prayer necessary to be used in these dangerous times of Warre. Norton and Bill, 1620, 4to. 48 pp. first and

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A Forme of Prayer necessary to bee used in these dangerous Times of Warre and Pestilence, for the safety and preserNorton and Bill, 1626, 4to. B 4, A to Q vation of his Majesty and his Realmes. iv. first and last blank.

The Patterne of all pious prayer, and the epitomie of all Christian catholique belief, &c. [The author gives his name, Marke Prayer in't.'] Doway, 1636, 8vo.

Forme of Common Prayer to be used on the 8th of July, for the averting the Plague. C. Barker, 1640, pp. 44, first blank.

Forme of Common Prayer to be used on 17 Nov. and 8 of Dec., for the Removing of the Plague. Barker and Bill, 1640, pp.


Prayers of Warre, for the Kingdome, Judgment, and Justice, which God hath promised to execute under Heaven here on Earth. Lond. 1642, 4to.

Supplications of Saints; a Book of Prayers and Praises, in four parts, wherein are three most excellent Prayers of Queen Elizabeth. Lond. 1642, 12mo.

Fc me of Common Prayer to be used on second Friday of every month, beginning on the Tenth of Next. Oxf. 1643, 4to.

A Collection of Prayers and Thanks. givings used in His Majesties Chappell, and in his armies, upon occasions of Victories against the Rebels, and for the future success of the Forces. Oxford, J. Lichfield, 1643, 4to. 10 leaves.-York, S. Buckley, 1644, 4to.

The Cavaliers New Common Prayer Book unclaspt, being a Collection of Prayers used in his Majesties Chapel. Printed at York, by Stephen Buckley, 1644, and reprinted by G. B., with some briefe and necessary observations to refute the Lyes and Scandalls that are contained in it, at London. 1644, 4to. Sotheby's, Ap. 1857 (Maskell), 67. 10s.

A Manual of Devotions, serving to ground the Mind in the Knowledge, and guide the Heart in the practice of Religion. Lond. 1644, 18mo. Sotheby's, Ap. 1857, 10s.

A Collection of Prayers and Thanksgivings, published by command of King Charles I. in 1643 and 1614. Oxford, 1643-4, 4to.

A Directory for the publique Worship of God, 1644. See DIRECTORY, p. 650.


Private Formes of Prayer fit for these sad times; also a Collection of all the Prayers printed since these troubles began. Oxford, 1645, 12mo. ROMAN LET


Private Forms of Prayer, fitted for the late sad Times: particularly, a Form of Prayer for the thirtieth of January, morning and evening. With Additions, &c. Lond. 1660, 12mo. Dr. Hammond is supposed to be the author.

A Discourse concerning Prayer extempore, or by pretence of the Spirit. In justification of Authorized and Set forms of Liturgie (by Bp. Taylor.) Lond. Rich. Royston, 1647, 4to. First printed in 1646, without place.

A Perfect Copie of Prayers used by his Majestie in the Time of his Sufferings, delivered to Doctor Juxton immediately before his Death. 1649, 8vo.

Prayers or Intercessions for their Use, who mourn in Secret for the publique Calamities of this Nation: with an anniversary Prayer for the 30 of January. Lond. 1650, 12mo. Used in Dr. Willis' oratory. Prayers used in the King's (Charles IInd) Chapel, on Tuesdays, at the Hage, 1650, 4to. Heber, pt. ii. 4s.

A Supply of Prayers, for the Ships of this Kingdom that want ministers to pray with them agreeable to the Directory. Lond. published by authority, n. d. (1650). The only Form published by the Parliamentary party.

A Collection of Prayers by divers Di

vines. Lond. 1651, 24mo.

A Collection of private Devotions in the Practice of the ancient Church, called The Hours of Praiers; as they were much after this Manner published by Authoritie of Queen Elisa. 1560. Lond. 1655,


A Collection of Offices or Forms of Prayer in Cases ordinary and extraordinary, taken out of the Scriptures and the ancient Liturgies of several Churches, especially the Greek. Lond. 1658, 8vo.

Pulpit Sparks, or choice Forms of Prayer, by several Reverend and Godly Divines. Lond. 1659, 8vo. Heber, pt. vii. 4715, 18. The most devout Prayers of St. Brigitte, 1659. See BRIDGET, St.

Elijah's fiery Chariot, or Glowing-coals taken from God's Altar: being excellent Prayers and Meditations fitted for all Conditions: composed by divers learned Fathers and Martyres in the Church of God. Lond. 1659, 24mo.

A Form of Prayer to be used the 28th of June, 1660, for his Majesties happy return to his Kingdom. Lond. 1660, 4to. Form of Common Prayer to be used upon the 30th of January, published "by|

His Majesties (Charles II.) direction." Lond. J. Bill, 1661, 4to, Sotheby's, Maskell, April, 1857, 47.-Second edition, "by His Majesties command," J. Bill and C. Barker, Lond. 1661, 4to. Sotheby's, Maskell, April, 1857, 47. 6s. The first edition con. tains a clause for the dead, which was omitted, and other alterations made in the second.

Form of Common Prayer for 12 July, this visitation (THE PLAGUE). Lond. 1665, and on every other Wednesday during 4to. Sotheby's, April, 1857, 31. 188.-Oxf. 1665, 4to.

Form of Common Prayer to be used 10, Oct. for the late dreadful Fire of London. Lond. 1666, 4to. Sotheby's, April, 1857,

47. 12s.

Manual of godly Prayers and Litanies. Antwerpe, 1671, with plates by Hollar and others. Towneley, pt. i. 496, 15s.

A Manual of Three small Treatises, &c, By John, Abp. of York (Williams). Lond. 1672, 18mo.

Devotions in the Antient Way. Offices with Psalms, &c. Second edition, Rouan, 1672, 12mo. Sotheby's, April, 1857, 13s.

The family Prayers of poor Christians in good earnest with religion; with their way of praying for others. Lond. 1675,


Christian Devotion; or the pious soul's daily supplication. Lond. 1679, 8vo.

Domestick Devotions for the use of

families and particular persons. Lond.

1683, 8vo.

tions for families and private persons. Preparations for a holy life; or devo

Lond. 1684, 8vo.

A Form of Prayer and Thanksgiving for his Majesties late Victories over the Rebels. Lond. 1685, 4to.

A most devout Prayer unto the glorious Virgin Mary, n. p. 1686, 4to.

The Ceremonies for the Healing of them that be diseased with the King's Evil, used in the time of Henry VIII. Published by his Majesties command. Lond. printed by Henry Hills. printer to the King's most excellent majestie, for his household and chapel. 1686, 4to.

A Form of Prayer to be used in London, and ten miles round, upon occasion of the Queen's being with child. Lond. 1687,

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PRAYER-continued. for the safe delivery of the Queen, and happy birth of the young Prince. To be used June 17th, 1688. Lond. 1688, 4to. A Prayer for his Highness the Prince of Orange. In the Savoy, 1688, 4to.

A Prayer for the Prince and Princess of Orange. Translated out of the French [1688], 4to.

A form of Prayer for having made the Prince of Urange the glorious instrument of deliverance from popery. Lond. 1688,

A Collection of private forms of prayer, by the Author of the Week's Preparation. Lond. 1690, 8vo.

A Form of Prayer and Thanksgiving to he used Yearly, on the 5th of November; for the happy deliverance of King James I. and the Three Estates of the Realm, from the intended Massacre: and also for the happy arrival of his present Majesty on this Day. Lond. 1690, 4to.

A Form of Prayer and Thanksgiving for the preservation of their Majesties, the success of their Forces in the reducing of Ireland, and for his Majesties safə Return, Nov 26th, 1691. Lond. 1691, 4to..

An Office for Penitents; or a Form of Prayer fit to be used in sinful and distracted Times. 1691, 12mo. Secretly printed; with a portrait of John Ashton, who was executed for treason.

Prayers for the Use of all Persons who come to the Baths for Cure. Lond. 1692, 8vo.

A Catechism with Prayers (English and French), for the use of his R. H. the Prince of Wales. Paris, 1692, 4to. Privately printed.

The whole duty of Prayer, containing devotions, &c. Lond. 1692, 8vo.

Liturgia Tigurina, or the Book of Common Prayer for the Church of Zurick; translated out of the Helvetian by J. C. Werndley. Lond. 1693, 8vo. 7s. 6d.

Companion for the persecuted; or an Office for those who suffer for righteousness; containing prayers, &c. n. p. 1693,


A Daily Office for the Sick, compiled out of the Holy Scripture and the Liturgy of the Church of England. Lond. 1694, 8vo.

Prayers for the Closet. Oxford, 1694, 12mo.

The Liturgy of the Ancients, represented as near as may be, in English form, with a Preface [By Ed. Stephens]. Lond. 1696, 4to.

Devotions for the Afflicted and Sick, and some Help for Prisoners tryed for Life. 1697, 12mo.

A Form of Prayers, used by William III. with a Preface by John Moore, Bp. of Norwich. Lond. 1704, 12mo.

Enchiridion Precum, ad Promovendum solidioris Pietatis Studium collectum. Lond. Typis, J. Downing; Impensis R. Burrough et J. Baker, 1707, 12mo. pp. XXX and 276.

A New Form of Prayer for Morning and Evening, for the Use of Families zealously affected to the establish'd church. Lond. 1710, 12mo.

A New Extempore Prayer, fitted for the use of all Conventicles. Lond. 1710, 8vo.

The Marrow of Prayer contained in few words. Lond. 1710, 12mo.

The Liturgy used in the Churches of Neufchatel, with a Letter of D.Jablonski concerning Liturgies: to which is added the Form of Prayer lately introduced into the Church of Geneva. Lond. 1712, 4to.

The Primitive Liturgy, in nearly its Primitive State, by W. Whiston, 1714, 8vo.-Second edition corrected, 1750, 8vo. See HENLEY, John.

Form and Manner of the Holy Communion. Lond. 1717, 12mo. Printed by the Nonjurors.

A supplement to this volume appeared. A full, true, and comprehensive View of Christianity, laid down in two Catechisms, 1747, 8vo. Both compiled by Dr. Deacon, the Nonjuror, and published anonymously.

A Litany, together with Prayers, in behalf of the Catholic Church. Lond. 1746, 8vo.-Shrewsbury, 1797, 8vo. Also by Dr. Deacon.

A Collection of Liturgies, 1720. See BRETT, Thomas.

The New-Year's Gift-Complete: in six Parts. Composed of Meditations and Prayers for every Day in the Week. Lond. 1725, 12mo.

The Plebeian Prayer Book. Lond. 1726, 8vo.

Crumbs of Comfort and godly Prayers. 39th edition. n. d. 48mo. With verses of Man's mortality printed up the pages. Folding plates of martyrs, fire, plagues, &c. Mr. George Offor.

Lond. 1726, 12mo.
Crumbs of Comfort, and Godly Prayers.

A Complete Collection of Devotions, both publick and private, taken from the apostolical constitutions; with an Appen. dix and Supplement. Lond. 1734, 8vo.

Forms of Prayer proper to be used before, at, and after, receiving the Holy Sacrament. Seventh edition corrected. Lond. 1742, 12mo.

Liturgy. The Ancient Liturgy of the Church of Jerusalem, being the Liturgy

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