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A TABLE to find EASTER DAY, from the Year

1900 to the Year 2199 inclusive.

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THE Golden Numbers

in the foregoing Calendar will point out the Days of the Paschal Full Moons till the Year of our Lord 1900; at which Time, in order that the Ecclefiaftical Full Moons may 'fall nearly on the Name Days with the real Full Moons, the Golden Numbers must be removed to different Days of the Calendar, as is done in the annexed Table, which contains so much of the Calendar then to be used, as is necesary for finding the Paschal Full Moons, and the Feast of Easter from the Year 1900, to the Year 2199 inclusive. This Table is to be made use of, in all respects, as the Firft Table before in. serted for finding Easter till the Year 1899.

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GENERAL TABLES for finding the Dominical or

Sunday Letter, and the Places of the Golden Numbers in the Calendar.

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of our Lord, add to the Year its fourth Part, omitting Fractions, and also the Number, which in Table 1. Aandeth at the Top of the Column, wherein the Number of Hundreds contained in that given Year is found : Divide the sum by 7; and if there is no Remainder, then A is the Sunday-Letter: but Jifany Number remaineth, then the Letter which standeth under chat Number at the Top of the Table, is the Sunday-Letter.

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1700
1800

1900 2 B 2000

2100 2
2200 3

12300 B 2400

2500
2600

2700 B 2800

2900
3000

3100 7 B 3200

3300
3400

3500 B 3600

37009
3800 10

390010 B 400010

4100 11
4200 12

4300 12 B 4400 12

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4700|14 B 4800 14

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5000 15
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To find the Month and

Days of the Month, to which the Golden

Numbers ought to be B 5200 15 prefixed in the Calendar

in any given Year of our 5400 17 Hundred Years, and in

Lord, consisting of entire 5500 17 all theintermediateYears B 5600 17 betwixt that and the next

Hundredth Year follow5800 18 ing, look in the Second

Column of Table II. for 5900 19

the given Year, confift. B 6000 19 ing of entire Hundreds,

6100 19 and Note the Number or 6200 20

Cypher which stands a6300 21

gainft it in the Third Co.

lumn; then, in Table III. B 6400 20 look for the same Num.

6500 21 ber in the Column under 6600 22 1 any given Golden Num.

ber, which when you 6700 23 have found, guide your B 6800 22 Eye fide-ways to the Left 6900

23 Hand, and in the First 7000 24 the Month and Day, to

Column you will find 710024 which that Golden NumB 7200 24 ber ought to be prefixed 7300 25) in the Calendar during

that period of one Hun740025 dred Years.

The Letter B prefixed B 7600 26 to certain Hundredth 7700 26 Years in Table II. de.

notes those Years which 7800 27

are till to be accounted 7900 28 Biffextile or Leap-Years B 800027 in the New Calendar; 8100 28

whereas all the other

Hundredth Years are to 8200291 be accounted only com

mon Years,

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The ORDER for MORNING and EVENING PRAYER

throughout the Year. TH

HE Morning and Evening Prayer shall be used in the ac

customed place of the Church, Chapel, or Chancel; except it ihall be otherwise determined by the Ordinary of the Place. And the Chancels shall remain as they have done in times past.

And here is to be noted, That such Ornaments of the Church, and of the Ministers thereof, at all times of their Ministration Thall he retained, and be in use, as were in this Church of Eng. land, by the Authority of Parliament, in the second Year of the Reign of King Edward the Sixth.

At the beginning of Morning Prayer, the Minister shall reart

with a loud voice fome one or more of these sentences of the
Scriptures that follow; and then he ihall say that which is
written after the fuid sentences.
IHEN wicked truth is not us: we

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wickedness that he hath com- just to forgive us our fins, and mitted, and doeth that which is to cleanse us from all unrightlawful' and right, he shall save eousness. 1 John i. 8,9. his soul alive. Ezek. xviii. 27.

EARLY beloved brethren, I acknowledge iny transgresfions, and my fin is ever before

sundry places to acknowledge me. Psalm li. 3.

and confeis our manifold fins Hide thy face from my fins, and wickedness; and that we and blot out all mine iniquities. Thould not diifemble nor cloke Psalm. li. 9.

them before the face of Almigh. The sacrifices of God are a

ty God our heavenly Father; La broken spirit: a broken and a but confess them with an hum

contrite heart, O God, thou wilt ble, lowly, penitent, and obe11 Dot despise. Pfalm li 17. dient heart; to the end that we Rend your heart, and not

may obtain forgiveness of the your garments, and turn unto

fame, by his infinite goodness the Lord your God: for he is and mercy. And although we gracious and merciful, now to ought at all times humbly to acanger, and of great kindness, knowledge our fins before God,

and repenteth him of the evil. yet ought we moft chiefly so to 1 Foel ii. 13.

do when we assemble and meet To the Lord our God belong together, to render thanks for mercies and forgivenesses, though the great benents that we have we have rebelled against him; received at his hands, to set forth neithet have we obeyed the his most worthy praise, to hear voice of the Lord our God, to his most holy Word, and to atk walk in his laws, which he set those things which are requinte before us. Dan ix. 9, 10.

and necessary, as well for the O Lord, correct me, but with body as the foul. Wherefore I judgement; not in thine anger, pray and beseech you, as many

left thou bring me to nothing. as are here present, to accom, 1 Jer. x. 24. Psalm vi. 1.

pany me with a pure heart and Repent ye: for the kingdom of humble voice, unto the throne heaven is at hand. Matt. 11. 2.

of the heavenly grace, faying I will arife, and go to my after me: father; and will fay unto him, Father, I have finned against A general Confeffion, to be said' beaven, and before thee, and

of the whole Congregation after

the Minister, all kneeling. ain no more worthy to be called thy fon. Luke xv 18, 19. Enter not into judgement with

LMIGHTY and moft merciA

ful Father, We have erred thy fervant, O Lord: for in thy and strayed from thy ways like fight thall no man living be loft Theer: We have followed too iuftified. Psalm cxliii. 2.

much the devices and desires of If we say that we have no fin, our own hearts: We have of we deceive ourselves, and the fended against thy holy laws,

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