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TABLE to find Easter Day, from the Year 1900, to THE Golden Numbers the Year 2199, inclusive.
in the foregoing Cal. endar will point out the
days of the Paschal Full Number the Mo. Letler. Number the Mo. Letter
Moons, till the Year of our
Lord 1900 ; at which linie, Mar.
7 April 8
in order that the Ecclesias. tical Full Moons may fall nearly on the same laye with the real Full Moons, the Golden Numbers musi be removed to different days of the Calendar, as it done in the annexed Table, which contains so much of
the Calendar then to be 18C
used, as is necessary for finding the Paschal Ful Moons, and the Feast of Easter, from the year 1900, to the year 2199, inclusive, This Table is to be made
juse of, in all respects, at 25 C
the first Table, before in serted, for finding Easter till the year 1899.
1600 1700 1800
To find the Dominical a
Sunday Letter for an 2300 2400 2500 2500 2600
given Year of our Lord, addu the Year its fourth Part, omit
ting Fractions, and also th
standeth at the Top of the Col 4300
umn wherein the Number 3800 4000 4100 4200 42
4500 4600 Hundreds contained in the
given Year is found : Divid 4700 5100
5500 the Sum by 7, and if there : 4900 5000 5200 4800
5300 5400 5600 no remainder, then A is. tl:
Sunday Letter ; but if an 5900
6300 number remain, then the Let 5700 5800
6500 ter which standeth under the
Number at the Top of the Tu
ble, is the Sunday Leller. 6600
7200 7300 7400
3 To find the month and days of the
- 1 month to which the Golden NumYears. Years. Years. bers ought to be prefixed in the Calen
- dar in any given year of our Lord, con1600 0 B 4000 10 B 6400 20 sisting of entire hundred years, and in 1700 1 4100 111 6500 21 all the intermediate years betwixt that 1800
4200 12 6600 22 and the next hundredth yea" following, 1900 4300 12 6700 (23 look in the second column of Table 17. 2000 2 B 4400 12 B 6800 22 for the given year, consisting of entire
4500 13 6900 23 hundreds; and note the number or cy2200 3 4600 131 70001 24 pher which stands against it in the 2300 4 4700 7100 24/third column; then in Tabie III. look 2400 31 Bl 4800 14 B 7200 24 for the same number in the column un25004 4900 14 7300 (25 der any given Golden Number, which! 2600 5 5000 15 ! 7400 25 when you are found, guide your eye 2700 51 5100 7500 126 sideways to the left hand, and in the 2800) 51 B 5200 (15' B 7600 26 first colun you will find the month! 2900 5300
7700 26 and day to which that Golden Number 3000 5400 7200 27 ought to be prefixed in the Calendar, 31001 5500 17 7900 29 during that period of one hundred 3200 B 5600 171 B 9000 27 years 3300 5700 181 8100 2x1 The Letter B prefixed to certain hun. 3400 8 5f00181 8200 (29 dredth years in Table Il denotes those!
3500 9 5900 19 8300 29 years which are still to be accounted | 3600 8 B 6000 119 BR400 29 Bissextile or Leap Years in the new
3700 9 6100 19 500 o Calendar, whereas all the other hun3400110 6200 20
dredth years are to be accounted only! 3900101 6300 21
common years. Paschal Sund.
THE GOLDEN NUMRERS F.Moon Letter 31 4, 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
The Minister shall begin the Morning Prayer, by reading one or more of the
following Sentences of Scripture THE Lord is in his holy temple, let 1 Then the Minister shall say. 1 all the earth keep silence before
EARLY beloved brethren, the scriphim. Hab. ii. 20
lure moveth us, in sundry plaFrom the rising of the sun even unto
ces, 10 acknowledge and confess Our the going down of the same, my name
manifold sins and wickedness, and that shall be great among the Gentiles; and
we should not dissemble nor cloak them in every place incense shall be offered
before the face of Almighty God, our unto my name, and a pure offering for
heavenly Father, but confess them with my name shall be great among the hea
an humble, lowly, penitent, and obe. then, saith the Lord of hosts. Mal. i.
dient heart to the end that we may
obtain forgiveness of the same, by his Let the words of my mouth, and the
infinite goodness and mercy And al. meditation of my heart, be always ac.
though we ought, at all times, humbly ceptable in thy sight, O Lord, my
to acknowledge our sins before God; strength and my Redeemer. Psal
yet ought we chiefly so to do, when we xix. 14
assemble and meet together, to rendes When the wicked man tumieth away
thanks for the great benefits that we from his wickedness that he hath com.
have received at his hands, to set forth mitted, and doeth that which is lawful
bis most worthy praise, to hear his end right, he shall save his soul alive
most holy word, and to ask those things Bzek sviji 27
which are requisite and recessary, as I acknowledge my transgressions; and
well for the body as the soul. Where my sin is ever before me. Psal. li. 3.
fore, I pray and beseech you, as many as Hide thy face from my sins; and blot
are here present, to accompany me, with out all mine iniquities. Psal. li. 9.
a pure heart and humble voice, unto the The sacrifices of God are a broken
throne of the heavenly grace, saying spirit ; a broken and a contrite heart, () God, thou wilt not despise. Psal. li 17.
A general Confession, to se sard by Rend your heart and not your gar.
the whole Congregation, after the Min
ister, all kneeling. ments, and turn unto the Lord your God; for he is gracious and merciful.
ALMIGHTY and most merciful Faslow to anger, and of great kindness,
A ther; We have erred and strayed
from thy ways like lost sheep We have and repenteth him of the evil. Joel ii. 13. To the Lord our God belong mercies
followed too much the devices and de. and forgivenesses, though we have re
sires of our own hearts. We have of belled against him ; neither have we
fended against thy holy laws. We have obeyed the voice of the Lord our God,
left undone those things which we ought to walk in his laws which he set before
to have done ; And we have done those us. Dan ix. 9, 10
things which we ought not to have done: O Lord, correct me, but with udg.
And there is no health in us. But thou, ment; not in thine anger, lest thou O Lord, have mercy upon us, miserable
oftenders. bring me to nothing. Jer. x. 24. Psal
Spare thou those, () God,
who confess their faults. Restore thou Repent ye ; for the kingdom of heaven
those who are penitent; According to at hand. St. Matt. ill. 2.
thy promises declared unto mankind, in I will arise, and go to my father, and
Christ Jesus our Lord. And grant, O will say unto him Father, I have sin
most merciful Father, for his sake : Bed against heaven, and before thee, and
That we may bereafter live a godly, am no more worthy to be called thy
righteous, and sober life ; To the glory son. St Luke xv 18, 19.
of thy holy name Amen. Enter pot into judgment with thy ser The Declaration of Absolution, or vant, o lord; for in thy sight shall no Remission of Sins; to be made by the man living be justified. Psal. cxliii. 2. Priest alone, standing; the People still If we say that we have no sin, we de.
kneeling ctive ourselves, and the truth is not in ALMIGHTY God, the Father of our us; but if we confess our sins. God is A Lord Jesus Christ, who desireth not faithful and just to forgive us our sins, the death of a sinner, but rather that he and to cleanse us from all unrighteous may turn from his wickedness and live, Ass. 1 John i. 8,9
I hath given power and commandment to his ministers to declare and pronounce For the Lord is a great God; and . to his people, being penitent, the Absegreat King above all gods. lution and Remission of their suns hie In his hand are all the comers of the pardoneth and absolveth all those earth; and the strength of the hills is truly repent, and unfeignedly believe his his also. holy Gospel Wherefore, let us besee:
h The sea is his, and he made it ; and him to grant us true repentance, and his his hands prepared the dry land Holy Spirit that those things may come, let us worship, and fall down plenuse him which we do at this present, and kneel before the Lord our Maker and that the rest of our life hereafter For he is the Lord our God; and we may be pure and holy; so that at the are the people of his pasture and the last we may come to his eternal joy, sheep of his hand through Jesus Christ our Lord
worship the Lord in the beauty of The People shall anser here, and at
holiness; let the whole earth stand in
awe of him the end o every Prayer. Amen Or this
For he cometh, for he cometh to judge
the earth; and with righteousness to ALMIGHTY God, our heavenly Fa A ther, who, of his great mercy, hath
judge the world, and the people with his promised forgiveness of sins to all those
truth. who, with hearty repentance and true Then skall follow a Portion of the faith, turn unto him ; have mercy upon Psalms, as they are appointed, or one you, pardon and deliver you from all of the Selections of Psums set forth by your sins, confirm and strengthen you this Church and at the end of every in all goudness, and bring you to ever Psalm, and likewise at the end of the lasting life through Jesus Christ our Venite, Benecicite, Jubilate, Benedic. Lord Amen
lus, Cantate Domino. Bonum est con. Then the Minister shall kneel, and say
fiteri, Deus misereatur. Benedic Anima the Lord's Prayer, the People still
mea.--MAY be said or sung the Gloria kneeling, and repeating it with him,
Patri; and at the end of the widle Por both here, and wheresoever eise it is used
tion or Selection of Psalms for the day. in Divine Service
SHALL he said or sung the Gloria Pa.
tn, or else the Gloria in Excelsis, as OUR Father, who art in Heaven,
followeth: Hallowed be thy Name; Thy Kingdom come; Thy Will be done on
Gloria in Excesus Earth, as it is in Heaven : Give us this GLORY be to God on high, and on day our daily bread; And forgive us earth peace, good will towards men. our trespasses, as we forgive those who We praise thee, we bless thee, we wor. trespass against us; And lead us not ship thee, we glorify thee, we give into temptation ; But deliver us from thanks to thee for thy great glory, o evil: for thine is the kingdom, and the Lord God, heavenly King. God the Fa. Power, and the Glory. for ever and ther Almighty. ever. Amen
Lord, the only begotten Son, Jesus Then ikewise he shall say.
Christ; O Lord God, Lamb of God, Son
of the Father, that takest away the sins O Lord, open thou our lips,
of the world, have mercy upon us. Ans. And our mouth shall show forth
Thou that takest away the sins of the thy praise
world, have mercy upon us Thou that Here, all standing up the Minister takest away the sins of the worid, re. shall say,
ceive our prayer. Thou that situest at Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, the right hand of God the Father, have and to the Holy Ghost;
mercy upon us Ans. As it was in the beginning, is now, For thou only art holy i thog on y art and ever shall be, world without end the Lord; thou only, Christ, with the Min. Praise ye the Lord
Holy Ghost, art most high in the Glory Ans. The Lord's name be praised. of God the Father Amer
Then shall be said or sung, the follow- I Then shall be rend the first Lesson. ing Anthem : ercept on those days for according to the Table or Calendar: tohich other Anthems are appointea after which shall be said or sung the and except also, when it is used in the following Hywin course of the Psalms, on the nineteenth Note, That before enery Lesson, the day of the month.
Minister shall sy, Here begiuneth such Venite, sultemus Domino
a Chapter, or Verse of such a Chapter, COME, let us sing unto the Lord,
of such a Book : And after enery Les. let us heartily rejoice in the strength
son, Here endeth the first, or the second of our salvation
Lesson Let us come before his presence with
Te Deum laudamus. thanksgiving, and show ourselves glad W E praise thee, O God; we se. in him with psalms.
V knowledge thee to be the Lord.