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Fac-simile of the Black-letter prayer-book

Church of England

Fac-simile of the Black-letter prayer-book

containing manuscript alterations and additions made in the year 1661, out of which was fairly written the Book of common prayer subscribed, December 20 A.D. 1661, by the Convocations of Canterbury and York, and annexed to the Act of Uniformity, 13 & 14 Car. II, C.4, A.D. 1662.

by Church of England

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Published by Longman in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsChurch of England.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX5145 A4
The Physical Object
Pagination[12], 514 p.
Number of Pages514
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18611149M

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This is not the case, although there are pieces of very early black-letter books not now to be found in the Abbey library, including little bits of the famous Queen Elizabeth’s Prayer book, with woodcuts, PASSAGES FROM THE ENGLISH NOTE-BOOKS OF NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE. To FRANCIS BENNOCH, ESQ., The dear and valued friend, who, by his generous and genial hospitality and unfailing sympathy, contributed so largely (as is attested by the book itself) to render Mr. Hawthorne's residence in England agreeable and homelike, these ENGLISH NOTES are dedicated, with sincere respect and Cited by: 2.


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Fac-simile of the Black-letter prayer-book by Church of England Download PDF EPUB FB2

FAC-SIMILE OF THE BLACK-LETTER PRAYER-BOOK; Containing manuscript alterations and additions made in the yearout of which was fairly written the Book of common prayer: subscribed, Decem A.D. by the Convocations of Canterbury and York, and annexed to the Act of Uniformity, 13 & 14 Car. II., C. 4, A.D.

Get this from a library. Fac-simile of the black-letter prayer-book: containing manuscript alterations and additions made in the yearout of which was fairly written the Book of common prayer: subscribed, Decem A.D.by the Convocations of Canterbury and York, and annexed to the Act of Uniformity, 13 & 14 Car.

II., C. 4, A.D. FAC-SIMILE OF THE BLACK-LETTER PRAYER-BOOK Containing manuscript alterations and additions made in the yearout of which was fairly written the Book of common prayer: subscribed, Decem A.D.by the Convocations of Canterbury and York, and annexed to the Act of Uniformity, 13 & 14 Car.

II., C. 4, A.D. Fac-Simile of the Black-Letter Prayer-Book. Containing Manuscript Alterations and Additions Made in the Year"out of which was fairly writte" the Book of Common Prayer, subscribed, December 20 A.D.

by the Convocations of Canterbury and York, and annexed to the Act of Uniformity, 13 & 14C.4, A.D   Fac-simile of the Black-letter prayer-book: containing manuscript alterations and additions made in the yearout of which was fairly written the Book of common prayer subscribed, December 20 A.D.

by the Convocations of Canterbury and York, and annexed to the Act of Uniformity, 13 & 14 Car. II, C.4, A.D. The authentic text is found in the Black-letter Prayer-book, so called, which contains the original marginal MS. notes and alterations ofand was annexed to the Act of Uniformity. It was supposed to be lost, but recovered in in the Library of the House of Lords, and reproduced in photozincographic fac-simile for the Royal.

The authentic text of the final revision of is in the corrected copy of the Black-Letter Prayer-Book, which was attached to the Act of Uniformity, and has been republished in fac-simile, Lond (It was supposed to be lost, when in it was discovered in the Library of the House of Lords.).

Browse and buy a vast selection of Theology Books and Collectibles on The authentic text of the final revision of is in the corrected copy of the Black-Letter Prayer-Book, which was attached to the Act of Uniformity, and has been republished in fac-simile, Lond.

(It was supposed to be lost, when in it was discovered in the Library of the House of Lords.). Full text of "The student's compendium of the Book of common prayer" See other formats. Full text of "The Book of common prayer and books connected with its origin and growth" See other formats. The Prayer-book directs the Clergyman, in such a case, to abide by the directions of the Bishop.

The decision of the Bishop has been given by anticipation: for be has already recommended it to the Clergy to forbear, at present, from introducing any marked change in this doubtful point.

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The collection, which is uniformly printed in black letter, like the original editions, comprises the liturgies of king Edward VI, and ; the first Prayer-book of queen Elizabeth, ; king James the First's Prayer-book, as settled at the Hampton Court Conference in ; the Scotch book of king Charles I; and Charles the Second's book.

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This prayer-book is an admirable book, in which the full spirit of the Reformation breathes out, where, beside the moving tenderness of the gospel.

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provides: "Then the priest shall take the child in his hands and ask the name; and naming the child shall dip it in the water thrice. First dipping the right side; second, the left side; the third time dipping the face toward the font; so it be wisely and discretely done; saying, I .It has a double version of the Psalms, one in Black letter, which is used in the Prayer Book, the other from the Hebrew in Roman letter.

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