Author: Church of England A form of prayer and thanksgiving, to be used on Thursday the seventeenth day of February next, throughout England, Wales, and town of Berwick upon Tweed: for rendring [sic] most hearty thanks to almighty God, for protecting Her Majesty this year from many great attempts, and treacherous designs of her enemies; and for blessing the arms of Her Majesty and Her allies, under the command of the Duke of Marlborough, ... The book of common prayer and administration of the sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the Church, according to the use of the Church of England, together with the Psalter or Psalms of David, pointed as they are to be sung or said in churches, and the form or manner of making, ordaining, and consecrating of bishops, priests, and deacons. A form of prayer, to be used in all churches and chapels throughout the kingdom of England, dominion of Wales, and town of Berwick upon Tweed, on Wednesday the tenth day of June next, being the fast-day appointed by proclamation, to be observed in a most solemn and devout manner : for the imploring of a blessing from Almighty God upon Her Majesty and Her allies, engaged in the present war against France and Spain. The book of common prayer with the additions and deviations proposed in 1928. Certain sermons or homilies appointed to be read in churches in the time of Queen Elizabeth of famous memory. Together with the Thirty-nine Articles of religion. Published by authority, for the use of churches and private families. The book of common prayer as printed at Edinburgh 1637 : commonly called Archbishop Lauds. The Day office of the Church according to the kalendar of the Church of England : to which are added the order for the administration of the reserved Eucharist, Penance, and Unction; together with the office of the dead, commendation of a soul, divers benedictions, and offices, and full rubrical directions. The booke of common prayer, with the psalter or psalmes of David, of that translation which is appointed to be vsed in churches. The booke of common prayer, with the Psalter or Psalmes of David, of that translation which is appointed to be vsed in churches. [The Bible. Translated according to the Ebrew and Greeke, and conferred with the best translations in diuers languages. With most profitable annotations vpon all the hard places, and other things of great importance, as may appeare in the epistle to the reader.]. A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God, for having made His Highness the Prince of Orange the glorious instrument of the great deliverance of this kingdom from popery and arbitrary power. To be used in the City of London and ten miles distant thereof on the 31 of January instant, and throughout the whole kingdom on the 14 of February next. Constitutions and canons ecclesiastical : treated upon by the Bishop of London, president of the convocation for the province of Canterbury, and the rest of the bishops and clergie of the said province; and agreed upon with the Kings Majesties license in their synod begun at London, anno Dom. 1603. and in the year of the reign of our soveraign lord James, by the grace of God, King of England, France, and Ireland the first, and of Scotland, the 37. And now published for the due observation of them, by his Majesties authority under the Great Seal of England. The Bible in English, that is to say, the content of the holy Scripture, both of the olde and new Testament, according to the translation that is appointed to be read in the churches. The order of the communion. With the King's Majesties proclamation. Facsimile of the original manuscript of the Book of common prayer, signed by Convocation December 20th, 1661, and attached to the Act of Uniformity, 1662 (13 & 14 Charles 2. Cap.4). A form of prayer, to be used in all churches and chapels throughout England, and Wales, and the town of Berwick upon Tweed: on Wednesday the fifteenth day of March, ... for obtaining the pardon of our sins, and imploring Gods blessing and assistance on the arms of Her Majesty, and Her allies, engaged in the present war: ... A collection of articles, canons, injunctions, &c., together with several Acts of Parliament concerning ecclesiastical matters; some whereof are to be read in churches. Christianæ religionis: sive, Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ articuli XXXIX. Perspicua analysi breviter explicati, & firmissimis S. Scripturarum testimoniis abunde confirmati. Quibus commentarii instar, tum ex antiquis, tum etiam è recentioribus citationes ad eam rem pertinentes accesserunt. Cum objectionibus earumq; solutionibus à D. Ellis ... A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God, to be used throughout the cities of London and Westminster, and elsewhere within the weekly bills of mortality, on Sunday the second day of December next ensuing: and in all other places throughout the kingdom of England, dominion of Wales, and town of Berwick upon Tweed, on Sunday the sixteenth day of the same month: for the preservation of His Majesty from the dangers to which his royal person was exposed during his late expedition: and for his safe return to his people: and for the success of his forces by sea and land. By Their Majesties special command. A form of prayer, to be used upon the twelfth of June, in all churches and chappels within the cities of London and Westminster; the suburbs of each, and the burrough of Southwark. And upon the nineteenth of the said moneth, in all other churches and chappels within the rest of His Majesties dominions of England and Wales, and the town of Berwick upon Twede. Being the several days appointed for a general fast, to be kept in the respective places; for the averting those sicknesses and diseases, that dearth and scarcity, which justly may be feared from the late immoderate rain and waters: for a thanksgiving also for the blessed change of weather, and the begging the continuance of it to us for our comfort: and likewise for beseeching a blessing upon the High Court of Parliament now assembled. Set forth by His Majestie's authority.