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mant is the Lord from heaven. of the Lord; forafıuch as ye As is the earthy, such are they know that your labour is not that are earthy : and as is the in vain in the Lord. heavenly, such are they also that are heavenly. And as a Wben they come to the grave, we have borne the image of while the Corpje is made ready the earthy, we shall also bear to be laid intoʻthe earth, thalt the image of the heavenly. be fung or said, Now this I say, bretliren, that fleth and blood cannot inherit AN, that is born of a the kingdom of God; neither

woman, 'hath but doth corruption inherit incor- Tort time to live, and is full ruption. Behold, I show you of misery. He cometh up, a mystery : We shall not all and is cut down like a sleep, but we shall all be flower; 'he fleeth as it were a changed, in a moment, in the shadow, and never continua twinkling of an eye, at the eth in one stay. laft trump: For the trumpet shall found, and the dead shall

In the midst of life we are be raised incorruptible, and in death: Of whom may we we shall be changed. For seek for fuccour, but of thee, this corruptible must put on

O Lord, who for our fins art incorruption, and this mortal justly displeased ? nrust put on immortality. So

Yet, O Lord God moftwhen this corruptible fhall holy, O Lord most mighty, have put on incorruption, and o holy and most merciful this mortal shall have put on Saviour, deliver us not into immortality, then thall be the bitter pains of eternal brought to pass the saying that death. is written, Death is swallowed up in victory. O death, Thou knoweft, Lord, the where is thy sting? O grave, fecrets of our hearts : 'Shut where is thy victory. The not thy merciful ears to our sting of death is fin, and the prayers ; but spare us, Lord strength of fin is the law. But most holy, o God' most

1: thanks be to God, which giv- mighty, Olioly and mereth us the victory, through ciful Saviour, thou moft our Lord Jesus Christ. There- worthy Judge eternal, suffer fore, my beloved brethren, be tus 'not, at our last hour, for ye stedfast, unmoveable, als any pains of death to fall ways abounding in the work from thec.

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in his wife Providence, to take lead us not into temptations out of this world the Soul of But deliver us from evil.

Amen. our deceased Brother, we there. Then the Ministen Pall fay fore commit bis Body to the geneben both tofathe fallawing ground; earth to earth,

ashes a Prayers, at bis diferetion. is to ashes, duft to duft: look- BALMIGHTY God, with ing for the general Relurrec- A whom do live the spis tion in the last Day, and the rits of those who depart hence life of the World to come, in the Lords and with whom through our Lord Jesus the souls of the faithful, afChrist; at whose second com- ter they are delivered from the ing in glorious Majesty to burthen of the flesh, are in judge the world, the Earth joy and felicity; we give thee and the Sea shall give up their hearty thanks, for the good Dead; and the corruptible examples of all those thy ferBodies of those who neep in vants, who, having finished him shall be changed, and their course in faith, do now made like unto his own glo- rest from their laboursio (And rious Body ; according to the we beseech thee, ch that iwe, mighty working whereby he with all those who are departis able to subdue all things ed in the true faith tof thy unto himfelf. Jy weather, holy Name,i may have our

Then Yhall be said, or yung, di perfect consumination and Heard a voice from heaven, bliss, both in body and soul,

saying unto me, Write, in thy eternal and everlasting From henceforth blessed are glory, through Jesus Christ the dead who die in the our Lord. Amen. syitob Lord u even fo saith the Spi- Merciful God, the Farit ; for they rest from their ther of our Lord Jesus labours. Rev. xiv. 13.is 1 Christ, who is the resurrection

Then the Minister shall fay and the lifes in whom whoieorthe Lord's Prayers to foever believeth, shall live,

UR Father, who art in though he die ; and whose

Heaven, Hallowed be ever livetlu and believeth in thy Name : Thy) Kingdom him, Ahall not die eternally ;

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who also háth taught us, by then pronounce to all who his hołyt Apostle Saint Paul, love and fear thee, saying, not to be forry, as met with Come, ye blefled children of dut hope, 'for those who heep my Father, receive the kingin himoy we humbly befeech dom prepared for you froni thee, O Father, to raise us the beginning of the world! from the death of fin untol Grant this, we befeech'thee, the life of righteoufness ; that O merciful Father, through when we shall depart this life, Jesus Christ, our Mediator we may reft in him; and that and Redeemer. Amen.. at the general refurrection in THE grace of our Lord acceptable in thy fight; and love of God, and the fellowfeceive thar blessing, which thip of the Holy Ghost, be thy' well-beloved Son shall with us all evermores Amenil

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Lord hath heard the voice fafe deliverance, and to pre- of my prayer; bilo ferve you in the great danger - That he hath inclined his of Child birth; you thall ear unto me: Therefore will therefore give hearty thanks I call upon him as long as I "unto God, and say, 2; 1),16 live... scis 1902 ,,1 leibl. 9790 I found trouble and heavi

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Minift. Lord, hear our Name of the Lord.

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thee humble thanks, the Lord.

for that thou hast been graGlory be to the Father, ciously pleased to prelerve, and to the Son, and to the through the great pain and Holy Ghost ; 2001 peril of Child-birth, this eb As it was in the beginning, woman thy servant, who deis now, and never thall be, fires now to offer her praises world without end. Amen." and thanksgivings unto thee.

on Grant, we beseech thee, most T Then shall the Minister

say the

merciful Father, that the, Lord's Prayer, with what

both follows: But the Lord's Prayfaithfully live, and walk acer may be omitted, if this be cording to thy will in this used with the Morning or life present, and also may be Evening Prayer.. bna 96 partaker of everlasting glory

Heaven, Hallowed be Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. thy Name; Thy Kingdom The Womanthat cometh to give come; Thy Will be done on her thanks, must offer accufEarth, as it is in Heaven: tomed offerings, which shall be Give us this day our daily applied by the Minister and bread; And forgive us our the Church-Wardens to the trespasses, as we forgive those relief of distressed Women in who trespass against us ş And Child-bed: And if there be a lead us not into temptations Communion, it is convenient But deliver us from evil. s that she receive the holy ComAmen. 00 9011910 y nunion. contob z

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TO BE USED AT SEA. The Morning and Evening Service to be used daily at Sea, shall be tbe fame which is appointed in the Book of Common Prazer.

These two following Prayers most gracious favour, and 22

may be also used in Ships of further us with thy continual War.

help ; that in all our works Eternal Lord God, who begun, continued, and ended

alone {preadeft out the in thee, we may glorify thy heavens, and ruleft the raging holy Name ; and finally by of the Sea ; who haft com- thy mercy obtain everlasting paffed the waters with bounds, life; through Jesus Christ our until day and night come to. Lord. Amen. an end ; be plealed to receive into thy Almighty' and most Prayers to be used in Storms gracious protection, the per

,at Sea. fons of us thy servants, and

rious Lord God, at

whose command the winds the dangers of the Sea, and from the violence of the ene- the Sea, and who filleft the

blow, and lift up the waves of my; that we may be a safe. guard unto the United States rage thereof; we, thy creaof America, and a fecurity for tures, but miferable linners,

do in this our great distress such as pass on the Seas upon their lawful occafions ; that cry unto thee for help: Save, the inhabitants of our land Lord, or else we periíh. We

confess when we have been máy in peace and quietness serve thee our God; and that safe, and seen all things quiet

about us, we have forgotten we may return in Tafety to en

thee our God, and refuled to joy the blessings of the land, hearken to the still voice of with the fruits of our labour; thy word, and to obey thy and, with a thankful remembrance of thy mercies, to see how terrible thou art in all

commandments : But now we praise and glorify thy holy thy works of wonder ; the Name, through Jesus Christ

great God to be feared above our Lord. Amen.

all : and therefore we adore The ColleEl.

thy Divine Majesty, acknowIRECT us,

O Lord, in ledging thy power, and imall our doings, with thy ploring thy goodness. Help,

Lord,

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