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day Letter, and the Places of the Golden Numbers in the Calendar.
of our Lord, add to the Year its fourth Part, omitting Fractions, and also the Number, which in Table I. standeth 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 be no Remainder, then A is the Sunday Letter; but if any Number remain, then the Letter which standeth under that Number at the Top of the Table, is the Sunday Letter,
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and Days 2 13||1| 2 13 of the Month to which Years Years the Golden Numbers ought to
be prefixed in the Calendar in Lord.
any given Year of our Lord, con0|| B 5200 15 1700
5300 18 listing of entire Hundred Years, 1800 5400 17 and in all the intermediate Years,
1900 | 2 5500 17 betwixt that and the next HunB 2000 2 B 5600 17 dredth Year following, look in
2100 5700 18 the Second Column of Table II. 2200
5800 118 2300 5900 19 for the given Year, consisting 2400
3 | B 6000 19 of entire Hundreds ; and note 2500 6100 19 the Number or Cypher which 2600
stands against it in the Third 2700
6300 211 B 2800 5|| B| 6400
Column; then in Table III. look 2900 6500 21 for the same Number in the Co3000 6600 22 lumn under any given Golden 3100
Number, which when you have B 9200 7 B 6800 22 3300
found, guide your eye sideways 3400 7000 24 to the left hand, and in the First
3500 7100 24 Column you will find the month B 3600 | | |
8 B 7200 24 and day to which that Golden 3700 3800 10 7400 25 Number ought to be prefixed
3900 10 7500 26 in the Calendar, during that B
4000 10 B 7600 26 period of One Hundred Years.
7900 28 tain Hundredth Years in Table B4400 12 B 8000 27
II. denotes those Years which 4 500 13 8100 28 4600 13 8200 28 are still to be accounted Biffex
4700 14 8300 29 tile or Leap Years in the New B 48004 B 8400 29 Calendar; whereas all the other 4900 14 8500
Hundredth Years are to be ac5000|15
&c. 5100 116
'counted only common Years.
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| The Minister shall begin the MORNING PRAYER, by reading
one or more of the following Sentences of Scripture. HE Lord is in his holy The sacrifices of God are
temple ; let all the earth a broken spirit; a broken and keep silence before him. Hab. a contrite heart, O God, thou
wilt not despise. Pfal.li. 17. From the rising of the sun Rend your heart and not even unto the going down of your garments, and turn unto the same, my name shall be the Lord your God; for he is great among the Gentiles; and gracious and merciful, fow to in every place incense shall be anger, and of great kindness, offered unto my name, and a and repenteth him of the evil. pure offering for my name Joel ii. 13. Thall be great among the hea- To the Lord our God bethen, saith the Lord of Hofts. long mercies and forgivenesMal. i. 11.
es, though we have rebelled Let the words of my mouth, against him ; neither have we and the meditation of my heart, obeyed the voice of the Lord be alway_acceptable in thy our God, to walk in his laws fight, O Lord, my strength which he set before us. Dan. and my Redeemer. Pfal. xix. ix. 9, 10. 14.
O Lord, correct me, but When the wickedmanturn- with judgment; not in thine eth away from his wickedness anger, lest thou bring me to that he hath committed, and nothing. Jer. x. 24. Psal. vi. 1. doeth that which is lawful and Repent ye; for the kingright, he shall save his soul dom of heaven is at hand. St. alive. Ezek. xviii. 27
Mat. iii. 2. I acknowledge my tranf- I will arise, and go to my gressions ; and my fin is ever father, and will say unto him, before me. Psal. li. 3•
Father, I have finned against Hide thy face from my fins; heaven, and before thee, and and blot out all mine iniqui- am no more worthy to be called ties. Pfal. li. 9.
thy son. St. Luke xv, 18, 19
Enter not into judgment are here present, to accompany with thy fervant, O Lord; for me, with a pure heart and humin thy sight shall no man living ble voice, unto the throne of be justified. Psal. cxliii. 2. the heavenly grace, saying
If we say that we have nosin, q A general Confession to be said we deceive ourselves, and the by the whole Congregation aftruth is not in us; but if we ter the Minister, all kneeling. confess our fins, God is faithful Lmighty and most merand just to forgive us our fins, ciful Father ; We have and to cleanse us from all un- erred and strayed from thy righteousness. 1 St. Juhn.i. 8,9. ways like loft fheep. We have ĩ Then the Minister shall say, followed too much the devices
Early beloved brethren, and desires of our own hearts.
the Scripture moveth us, We have offended against thy in sundry places, to acknow- holy laws. We have left unledge and confessour manifold done those things which we fins and wickedness, and that ought to have done ; And we we thould not diffemble nor have done those things which cloak them before the face of we ought not to have done : Almighty God, our heavenly And there is no health in us. Father, but confess them with But thou, O Lord, have meran humble, lowly, penitent, cy upon us, miserable offendand obedient heart; to the end ers. Spare thou those, O God, that we may obtain forgiveness who confess their faults. Reof the same,by hisinfinitegood- store thou thofe who are peninefs and mercy. And although tent; According to thy promiwe ought, at all times, humbly ses declared unto mankind, in to acknowledge our sins be- Christ Jesus our Lord. And fore God; yet ought we chief- grant, Omost merciful Father, ly fo to do when we afsemble for his fake; That we may and meet together, to render hereafter live a godly, rightethanks for the great benefits ous, and sober life;Tothe glothat we have received at his ry of thy holy Name. Amen. hands, to set forth his most The Declaration of Absolution, worthy praise, to hear his most or Remission of fins; to be made holy word, and to ask those by the Priest alone, standing; things which are requisite and the people still kneeling.
as the soul. Wherefore, I pray and beseech you, as many as Christ, who defireth not the