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GENERAL INDEX.

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INDEX OF FESTIVALS,

WITII THEIR MOVEABLE PROPER MATTER PROVIDED IN THIS VOLUME.

Abbakoum, Prophet (December 2nd) 190
Abdias, Prophet (November 19th) 189
After Pentecost (2nd—32nd) 254,5 259,60 (2nd—44th) 212
After the Beheading of John the Baptist (August 30th) 200

[255 260

After the Birth of Carist (December 26th-31st) 165 192 193 207 246

After the Birth of John the Baptist (June 25th) 198

After the Birth of the Theotokos (September 9th-13th) 187 255 260

After the Divine-Manifestation (January 7th-14th). 194 248 255 260

After the Entrance of the Theotokos (November 22nd—24th) 190

After the Exaltation of the Cross (September 15tn—21st) 187 255 260

After the Hypapanta (February 3rd—9th) 195

After the Repose of the Theotokos (August 16th—23rd) 200

After the Transfiguration (August 7th-13th) 200

Aggaius, Prophet (December 16th) 200

All Angels (November 8th) 172 189

All the Saints (1st after Pentecost) 161 171 186 206 212 254 259 263

Amos, Prophet (June 15th) 198

Anakomide of the Proto-martyr Stephen (August 2nd) 199

Ananias, Apostle (October 1st) 188

Andrew the First-called (November 30th) 172 190

[263 265

Annunciation (March 25th) 168 173 195 207 211 212 248 251 255 260 262

Antony the Great (January 17th) 173 194

Apocreos (Sexagesima) 152 204 254 259

Athanasius and Cyril (January 18th) 173 194

Babes destroyed under Herod (December 29th) 192

Bartholomew and Barnabas, Apostles (June 11th) 197

Baruch, Prophet (September 28th) 188

Basil, Gregory, and John (January 30th) 173 195

Before the Annunciation (March 24th) 195

[255 260

Before the Birth of Christ (December 18–24th) 164 172 191,2 207 209

Before the Birth of the Theotokos (September 7th) 186

Before the Divine-Manifestation (January 2nd—5th) 193 255 260

Before the Entrance of the Theotokos (November 20th) 190

Before the Hypapanta (February lst). 195

Before the Repose of the Theotokos (August 14th) 200

Before the Transfiguration (August 5th) 199

Beheading of John the Baptist (August 29th) 174 200

Birth of CHRIST (December 25th) 164 172 174 176 192 207 209 211 212

227 246 250 251 250 260 262 263 264 265

Birth of John the Baptist (June 24th) 173 198 [255 260 261 263
Birth of the Theotokos (September 8th) 161 171 187 206 209 211 212
Blind- Man (5th after Easter) 97 158 206 212 245 254 259 261 263 264
[264 265

Charalampes the Wonderworker (February 10th) 173 195
Circumcision (January 1st) 165 172 193 207 211 212 247 250 255 260

Conception of John the Baptist (September 23rd) 187

Conception of the Theotokos (December 9th) 191

Constantine and Helena (May 21st) 197

Cosmas and Damian (November 1st) · 189

Daniel and the Three Children (December 17th) 191

Dedication of the Church of the Resurrection (September 13th) 172 187

Demetrius the Myroblyte (October 26th) 172 189

Divine-Manifestation (January 6th) 166 172 193 207 209 211 212 248

251 twice 255 260 262 263 264 265

Elias, Prophet (July 20th) 173 199

Eliseus, Prophet (June 14th) 198

[255 260 262 263

Entrance of the Theotokos (November 21st) 163 172 190 206 211 212

Evphemia, Great-martyr (July 11th) 173' 198

Evthemius the Great (January 20th) 173 194 [255 260 261 263 264

Exaltation of the Cross (September 14th) 161 172 187 206 211 212 251

Fathers of first Six Synods (July 13th–19th) 168 173 199 207 255 260

Fathers of Nicæa (After Ascension) 158 171 185 206 212 254 259 263 264

Fathers of 7th Synod (October 11th—17th) 162 172 188 206 255 260 263

Forefathers (December 11th-17th) 163 191 206 209 255 260

Gabriel, Archangel (March 26th) 173 196

George the Trophy-bearer (April 23rd) 173 196

Gerasimus of Cephallenia (October 20th) 188

Gregory of Palamas (2nd of the Fasts) '153 184 204 254 259 263

Gregory the Theologian (January 25th) 194

Hesaias, Prophet (May 9th) 197
Hosee, Prophet (October 17th) 200

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Hypapanta (February 2nd) 167 173 195 207 211 212 255 260 262 263

James Alphæus, Apostle (October 9th) 188

James, brother of John the Divine (April 30th) 196

James the Brother-of-God (October 23rd) 188

Jeremias, Prophet (May 1st) 196

Jezekiel, Prophet (July 23rd) 199

Job, Prophet (May 6th) 197

Joel, Prophet (October 19th) 188

John Climakos (4th of the Fasts) 154 184 205 254 259

John the Divine (May 8th) 173 197

John the Goldenmouthed (November 13th) 172 189

John the Merciful (November 12th) 189

Jonas, Prophet (September 21st) 200

Jude, Apostle (June 19th) 198

Katherine the All-wise (November 25th) 172 190

Luke, Evangelist (October 18th) 188

Maccabees, Martyrs (August 1st) 199

Malachias, Prophet (January 3rd) 200

Mark, Evangelist (April 25th) 196

Mary Magdalene (July 22nd) 199

Mary of Egypt (5th of the Fasts) 154 185 205 254 259

Matthew, Evangelist (November 16th) 189

Matthias, Apostle (August 9th) 200

Metastasis of John the Divine (September 26th) 172 188

Michaias, Prophet (August 14th) 200

Morning Gospel order, No. 1 (Commencing 1st aft. Pentecost) 68 82 85

Morning Gospel order, Nos. 2-11 (In rotation after No. 1) 212 236 240

Moses, Prophet (September 4th) 186

Naoum, Prophet (December 1st) 190

New Year (September 1st) 171 186

Nicolas the Wonderworker (December 6th) 172 190 [261 263 264

Ointment-bearers (2nd after Easter) 97 157 185 205 212 245 254 259

Orthodoxy (1st of the Fasts) 152 184 204 243 254 259 [263 264 265

Palms (Before Easter) 155 171 185 205 209 212 244 250 254 259 261

Panteleïmon, Great-martyr (July 27th) 174 199

Paralytic (3rd after Easter) 97 157 205 212 245 254 259 261 263 264

Pascha (Easter Day) 97 156 171 185 205 212 213 245 250 251 254
259 261 263 264

[251 254 259 261 263 264 265 266

Pentecost (Whitsun Day) 159 171 176 186 206 211 212 220 246 250

Peter and Paul, Apostles (June 29th) 173 198

Philip, Apostle (November 14th) 189

Prodigal (Septuagesima) 151 204 254 259

Publican and the Pharisee (Before Septuagesima) 151 204 254 259

Repose of Anne, mother of the Theotokos (July 25th) 173 199

Repose of the Theotokos (August 15th) 170 174 200 207 209 211 212

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Samaritan-Woman (4th after Easter) 97 157 185 205 212 245 254 259

Samuel, Prophet (August 20th) 200

Savvas the Sanctified (December 5th) 172 190

Simon Zelotes, Apostle (May 10th) 197

Sophonias, Prophet (December 3rd) 190

Spyridon the Wonderworker (December 12th) 172 191

Stephen, Proto-martyr (December 27th) 192

Synaxis of John the Baptist (January 7th) 193

Synaxis of the Twelve Apostles (June 30th) 198

Theodosius the Coinoviarch (January 11th) 173 194

Thomas, Apostle (1st after Easter) 12 18 23 32 45 65 68 73 97 102—

105 129 130 136 137 142 147 148 245 261 263 264 (October 6th) 188

Timothy, Apostle (January 22nd) 194

Titus, Apostle (August 25th) 200
Tone 1 (Commencing 1st after Easter) 10 16 17 23 27 32 45 50 56 65

66 70 83 87 100 102 129 130 136 137 141 142 147 148 210 252 256
Tones 2–3 (In rotation after Tone 1) 10 16 50 56 66 77 83 87 100 181
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Transfiguration (August 6th) 169 174 200 207 211 212 249 251 255

Translation of Athanasius the Great (May 2nd) 196

Translation of John the Goldenmouthed (January 27th) 173 195
Tyrine (Quinquagesima) 152 204 254 259

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Worship of the Cross (3rd of the Fasts) 153 184 205 244 251 254 259

Zacharias, father of John the Baptist (September 5th) 186

Zacharias, Prophet (February 8th) 200

THE

LORD'S

DAY.

ORDER OF SATURDAY VESPERS.

| The Priest gives the Blessing, saying :

BLESSED is our God, always, now, and ever, and to the ages of the

ages. Choir. Amene. Glory to Thee, our God; Glory to Thee. When this Service is immediately preceded by that of NINTH HOUR, what follows

on the present page is omitted. Reader. 0 Heavenly King, O Comforter, the SPIRIT of the Truth, Who art everywhere present, and fillest everything; Who art the Treasury of the Good-things, and Supplier-of-the-means of life: come, and tabernacle in us, and cleanse us from all impurity, and save, O Good, our souls.

The Trisagion.
Holy God, Holy Mighty, Holy Immortal, have mercy upon us.
Holy God, Holy Mighty, Holy Immortal, have mercy upon us.
Holy God, Holy Mighty, Holy Immortal, have mercy upon us.
Glory to the FATHER, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost:
Both now, and ever, and to the ages of the ages. Amene.

All-Holy 'TRINITY, have mercy upon us. O LORD, be gracious unto our sins; O MASTER, concede our transgressions; O Holy, look down, and heal our infirmities, for Thy Name's sake.

Lord, have mercy. Lord, have mercy. Lord, have mercy
Glory to the FATHER, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost:

and to the ages of the ages. Amene. Our Father, Who art in the Heavens : Hallowed be Thy Name; Thy Kingdom come; Thy Will be done, as in Heaven, so on the earth ; Give us this day our Bread for subsistence; And forgive us our debts, as we also forgive our debtors; And lead us not into temptation; But deliver us from the evil-one.

Priest. For of Thee is the Kingdom, and the Power, and the Glory, of the FATHER, aud of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, now, and ever, and to the ages of the ages.

Choir. Amene.
LORD, have mercy. LORD, have mercy. LORD, have mercy.
LORD, have mercy. Lord, have mercy. LORD, have mercy.
LORD, have mercy. LORD, have mercy. LORD, have mercy.
LORD, have mercy. LORD, have mercy. LORD, have mercy.
Glory to the FATHER, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost:
Both now, and ever, and to the ages of the ages. Amene.

Both now,

and ever,

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