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God;

Perfect God, and per---fect | Man : of a reasonable soul and human flesh subsisting ;

Equal to the Father, as touching -:- his Godhead : and inferior to the Father, as touching his į Manhood.

Who although he be God --- and Man : yet he is not two, but one Christ;

One ; not by conversion of the Godhead : in-:-to | flesh : but by taking of the Manhood into

One altogether; not by confusion -- of Substance : but by unity of Į Person.

For as the reasonable soul and flesh : is one man : sv God and Man is one Christ ;

Who suffered for our -'- sal | vation : descended into hell, rose again the third day from the dead.

He ascended into heaven, he sitteth on the right hand of the Father, God --- Al | mighty : from whence he shall come to judge the quick and the { dead.

At whose coming all men shall rise again with their bodies : and shall give account for their own works.

And they that have done good shall go into life : e-'-ver | lasting : and they that have done evil into everlasting fire.

This is the Catho-'-lick | Faith : which except a man believe faithfully, he cannot be saved.

GLORY BE TO THE FATHER, AND : TO -- THE | Son : AND TO THE HOLY Guost; As IT WAS

BEGINNING, IS NOW, AND : E-'-VER | SHALL BE : WORLD WITHOUT END. AMEN.

IN

THE

AT EVENING PRAYER.

Magnificat.

- of his

My soul doth mag : ni-:-fyl, the :- Lord : and my spirit hath re{joiced in | God -

my Saviour. For he -- hath re--garded : the lowliness

hand-maiden. For be: hold, -:- from hence-:-forth : all generations

-- shall | call -- me blessed. For he that is mighty hath mag: ni-:-fi | ed me : and { ho--ly | is his Name. And his mercy is on : them that fear

- him : throughout -- all | ge---nerations.

He hath shewed strength with | his -'- arm: he hath scattered the proud in the imagi{na-'-tion of -- their hearts.

He hath put down the mighty -- from their -seat : and hath ex{alted - the humble and meek.

He hath filled the hungry -- with | good -things : and the rich he { hath

sent empty away.

He remembering his mercy hath holpen his ser | vant -- Israel : as he promised to our forefathers, Abraham and his | seed,

· for ever

GLORY BE TO THE FATHER, AND -- TO THE
Son : AND TO --- THE | Ho-'-Ly Ghost ;

AS IT WAS IN THE BEGINNING, IS NOW, AND :
E---VER | SHALL --- BE : WORLD { WITH-OUT | END.

AMEN.

Cantate Domino, see PSALM xcviii.

Nunc dimittis.

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LORD, now lettest thou thy, servant, de-i-part |

in --- peace : ac cor--ding | to -- thy word. For mine eyes / have --- seen : thy { |

salvation, Which thou -- hast | pre---pared : before the face of

all people ; To be a light to light-'-en the --- Gentiles; and to be the glory of -- thy peo-'-ple Israel.

GLORY BE TO THE FATHER, AND -- TO | THE --- SON : AND TO --- THE | Ho-'-LY GHOST ;

As IT WAS IN THE BEGINNING, IS NOW, AND : E-'-VER | SHALL -- BE : WORLD { WITH-:-OUT | END.

· AMEN.

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Deus misereatur, see Psalm lxvii.

Just published, in 12mo, price 4s.

SECOND EDITION.

Laudes Diurnar:

THE PSALTER AND CANTICLES

IN THE MORNING AND EVENING SERVICE

OF

The Church of England,

SET AND POINTED TO

THE GREGORIAN TONES,

ACCORDING TO NOVELLO'S ARRANGEMENT.

WITH A PREFACE ON ANTIPHONAL CHANTING

BY THE REV. F. OAKELEY, M.A. FELLOW OF BALLIOL COLLEGE, OXFORD, PREBENDARY OF LICHFIELD,

AND MINISTER OF MARGARET CHAPEL, ST. MARYLEBONE.

“Mr. Oakeley's Preface is one of the best summaries we have seen on the interesting history of chanting. The tones are put at the head of each Canticle and Psalm, and repeated at the top of the page when necessary. The work is beautifully executed, and well worthy of the patronage of those who prefer a more ancient mode.”—The Church Mag., June 1843. “ The Gregorian Chants seem now in the way to displace all others.”

British Critic, April 1843. “We hail its appearance, and heartily wish it success. It is printed in Mr. Bentley's best style ; and, with its beautiful paper and rubricated borders, is quite a specimen."-English Churchman, April 1843.

“We cannot but welcome a publication having on its title page, Psalter," &c. This is one of the handsomest editions of the Psalter which we have yet seen; and there is an interesting Preface prefixed to it.”

The Christian Remembrancer, May 1843.

“The

Also just published, in cloth, price ls. or 41. per

hundred. A SHORT AND EASY CATECHISM

FOR THE USE OF YOUNG PERSONS OF

The Church of England;

COMPILED FROM AUTHENTIC SOURCES.

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"Are most valuable and opportune,-the object of which is to promote the habit of careful conscientiousness from the first, and to furnish aids towards it." —British Critic, April 1843.

Lately published, price ls. or 41. per hundred,

PRAYERS

FOR

A BLESSING ON THE WORK

OP

Building a New Church.

A beautiful and most seasonable Office of devotion has come out, in Latin and in English ; which we recommend to all who are engaged in any such solemn undertaking, especially to those who are watching with interest the particular design in which this little book has originated.”

British Critic, Oct. 1842. The proceeds arising from the sale of this work will be given towards the building of the intended new Church of St. Mary, Margaret Street.

Just ready, price 3s., in cloth.

DEVOTIONS ON THE HOLY EUCHARIST;

CHIEFLY TRANSLATED FROM

Catholic Sources.

Also, in course of preparation,

DEVOTIONS AND MEDITATIONS

FOR

Holy Days and Seasons of the Church.

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