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With an prayers for the dead. Lond. 1718, 8vo. Appendix, containing the order of the
A Dialogue in vindication of our pre- communion, the four Acts of Uniformity, sent Liturgy and Service, between Timo- the Long Parliainent Directory, and sunthy, a churchman, and Thomas, an es- dry other documents, by William Keating sentialist. Lond. 1719, 8vo.
Clay. Lond. 1841, 12mo. 7s.6d. A Vindication of the Reasons and De. A chapter on Liturgies, by C.W. Baird. fence, part ii.; being a reply to the second With the Conference of Dissenting Mi. part of No sufficient Reason.' Lond. nisters as to whether they ought to have 1719, 8vo.
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In the British Museum and the Bodtertainment; or some of the soul's best leian Library are many tracts relative to repast against all the Troubles of this the Common Prayer, likewise many Forms life. Whereto is annexed a large Pre- of Prayer. See Catalogue of the Library, face, designed to enforce and recommend art. Common Prayer. Liturgia. Prayer. the whole, by Edmund Brown, B.D., 1737,
Preces, 8vo. pp.cxviii and 236.
See CLARKSON. COMBER, Thos. LITURGY. The expediency and necessity of revis- NICHOLLS, Wm. PRIMERS. L'ESTRANGE, ing and improving the public Liturgy, Hamon. SPARROW, A. WHEATLEY, C. being the substance of an Essay, &c. PRAYERS, PRIVATE FORMS, COLLond. 1749, 8vo. An objection drawn from the Act of
LECTIONS, &c. Union against a review of the Liturgy, PRAYERS.—Thiese prayers toand other ecclesiastical forms considered, fore wreton ben enprited bi the submitted to the after thoughts of W. Blackstone. Lond. 1770, 8vo.
comaūdements of the moste hye A Commentary, Practical, and Expla- and vertuous pryncesse our liege natory, on the Liturgy, as used on Sun- ladi Elizabeth, by the grace of God day; including the Athanasian Creed, by Quene of Englonde and of France, a Layman. Lond. J. Walter, 1772, 8vo.
Observations upon the Liturgy, with a and also of the right high and most Proposal for its Reform, &c. By a lay: noble pryncesse Margarete moder man; with the Journals of the American Convention appointed to propose a Li- ynto our soverayn lorde the kyng. turgy for the Episcopal Churches in the TBy their most humble subget and United States. Lond. 1789, 8vo.
The Manner pointed out in which the servaūt, William Caxton.' sm. 4to. Common Prayer was read in Private by 22 leaves. the late Mr. Garrick, for the Instruction Collation.-Sig. a, b, eight leaves each; of a young Clergyman: from whose MS. and c, six leaves. The reverse of the first this Publication is composed. By J. W. leaf has a wood engraving of the CruciAnderson, A.M. Lond. 1797, 8vo. 2s. 6d. fixion. Each page is surrounded by a
Lives of the Compilers of the Liturgy. woodcut border. The type is the same as Lond. n. d. 8vo. In Sparrow's Rationale, that used by Caxton for the Virgil of 1722, 8vo,
1490. At the beginning of the volume
thelet, 1544, 4to. An edition by same are the prayers called the 'Fifteen O's,' printer, in 8vo. Bright, 401. 10s.--'The Exwith others in English ; the remaining hortation contains in leaves, the Letania, prayers are in Latin. On the last page in red and black printed on a fresh set of of which is the Colophon, as above.
signatures, ends on C 4. Again, 1546, 8vo. This unique and recently discovered Heber, pt. vi. 11. 18. book differs in style from any other pro
This Litany was edited by Cranmer.
It circulated duction from Caxton's press, inasmuch as
royal aut rity. each page is printed within narrow bor. With a few omissions it is the same as ders of animals, fruits, &c.; no date is that in the Common Prayer, 1549. See given with the Colophon, but as the Lady Lathbury's Hist. of Com. Prayer, p. 10. Elizabeth (of York) was not united to
The Forine of Common Prayer, vsed Henry (of Lancaster), afterwards Henry in the Churches of Geneva, and the CateVII., until 1486, and the date of Caxton's chism made by John Calvin, translated demise being 1491, this interesting volume from the Frenche by, William Huyck. must have issued from the press between
Lond. E. Whitchurche, 1550, 12mo. those years. The book has been recently Wrangham, 201. 108. A copy in the Grenadded to the treasures of the British Mu- | ville Collection. In the small catalogue issued in
See CALVIN, John. GENEVA. 1850, it is there called 'The fifteen Oo's
Liturgia sacra, seu Ritus Ministerii in in English, but why, is doubtful—the Ecclesia peregrinorum Profugorunt propter Book being noticed by Dr. Thomas Ful- Euangelium Christi Argentinae. Adjecta ler, as being the FIRST BOOK OF PRAYERS est ad finem breuis Apologia pro hac tending to forward the Reformation.--- Liturgia, per Valerandum Pollanum FlanAlso by Ames, though placed among
drum. 1551, sm. 8vo. Printed by Stephen Books printed by Winkyn de Worde; for Myerdman or Mierdman. (Leipsic.)"
See his conjectural account of it, read Ames. Strype's Eccl. Mem. ii. 317. by Herbert, vol i. p. 117; to his account
Liturgia Sacra, seu Ministerii in EccleHerbert or Dibdin have added nothing.
sia peregrinorum Francofordia ad McePRAYERS.—Thyse forsayd prayers as tion in 1555, without the names of the
num. Francof. 1554, 8vo.-A second edithe XV O's in Englysshe and the other English exiles which appeared in the folowyng ben enprynted by the com- first. maundementys of the moost hye and
A Praier to be sayd of all trewe Chris virtuous pryncesse our lyege lady Eliza- tianes against the Pope and all the Eneheth, by the grace of God quene of england myes of Christ and his Gospell. Greneand of fraunce, and also of the ryght hye wych by Conrade Freeman, 1554. Four and moost noble pryncesse Margarete, octavo pages in BLACK LETTER. Reprintinoder to our souerayn lord the kyng. ed in the first number of Morgan's PheWynkyn de Worde, 4to. no date. A copy nix Britannicus. printed on VELLUM is in the Lambeth
An excellent and a right learned Medilibrary.
tacion, compiled in two Prayers, most Prayers of the Byble, taken out of the frutefull and necessary to be used and said olde testament and the newe, as olde of al true Englishmen in these daungerous fathers bothe men and women, were daies of affliction, for the comfort and bet. wont to pray in tyme of tribulation, de- ter stay of the Christen conscience, beuyded in vi partes, etc. Lond. Rob. Red- wailing the deserved plages of England. man. n. d. (1530) 8vo. A copy is in the Printed at Roane, by an English Scholer's Lambeth Library, supposed to be unique. copie, by Michael Wodde, the third daye
Deuoute Prayers in Englysshe of of Januarye, 1554, sm. 8vo. pp. 12, includThactes of our Redemptiou. Impr. by ing title. Sotheby's (Bandinel), Aug. 1861, me Robert Redman, n. d. (1535), 16mo. 31. 13s. 6d. Contains C 4, in octaves.
The Forme of Prayers and Ministration PRAYERS.-Certeine prayers and godly of the Sacraments, &c. vsed in the ENmeditacyons very nedefull for every GLISHE CONGREGATION AT GENEVA,and apchristen. Emprented at Malborow the yeare proued by the famous and godly learned good
'our Lorde, a. M.ccccc. xxxviij. per me Man, John Caluin. Geneva, by Jo. Cresoannem Philoponon. 24mo.
pin, 1556, 12mo. With Psalms by SternIn BLACK LETTER. Queen Elizabeth's hold, n. d., and Calvin's Catechism, 1556, copy is in the British Museum.
in 1 vol. Heber, pt. ix. 81. 125.- Geneva, An Exhortation vnto Prayer, thought | 1558, 16mo. - Another edition, n. p. or mete by the Kings Maiestie and his name, 1561, 12mno. Eighty-four leaves. Clergy to be read to the People in every Edinh. by R. Lekprevik, 1562, sm. 8vo. Church afore Processyons. Also a Letania Reprinted in Laing's edition of Knox's with Suffrages to be sayd or subg in the Works, vol, iji. pp. 149—214, from a col. sayd Processyons. Lond. by Tho. Ber-lation of these early editions, and also of