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CHR. HENDERSON, under the ROYAL EXCHANGE, LONDON;
JOHN SIBBALD, Bookfeller, in LIVERPOOL.
M DCC LXIII,
not the hafty production of any one person, but the joint labour of several, improved by the judicious remarks of many. The Society, for whose use they were drawn up, have now made them public; and hope they will receive many farther improvements, from the candid examination of those who have not yet perused them.
Until suitable offices are composed for Baptism, and the LORD'S SUPPER, these rites will be administered as usual among PROTESTANT DISSENTERS.
q The Morning Service is to be introduced
by the following Address, from the Minister to the People, the congregation rifing up.
Minister. BE joyful in the LORD all ye people : serve the LORD
with gladness; and enter into · his courts with praise.
* Know ye that the LORD he is GOD; it is he who hath made us, (and not we ourselves; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture. · Let us come into his presence with thanksgiving: let us give unto the • LORD the glory due unto his name.
For the LORD is GOOD; his mercy ' is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations. B