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A TABLE to find Easter Dall, from the TIE Golden

year 1900, to the year 2199, inclusive. Numbers in the Gold. Day of Sund. Gold. Day of Sund. foregoing CalenNum. Month. Let. Num. Month. Let. dar will point out 14 Mar. 22

the Days of the

7 April 8 G 3

Paschal Full
23

9 A
21
15

101 B

Moons, till the 11

Year of our Lord
4

11 C
12

1900; at which

D 19

time, in order that 12

13 E

the Ecclesiastical 8

F

Full Moons may

15 G 16

fall nearly on the

A
5
31

171 B

same Days with 18

the April

real Full

С 13 2

19 D

Moons, the Gold2

201

en Numbers must
E
21

be removed to dif10

G

ferent days of the

Calendar, as is 18

done in the anB

nexed С

Table,

Iwhich contains so much of the Calendar then to be itsed, as is necessary for finding the Paschal Full Moons, and the Feast of Easter from the Year 1900, to the Year 2199, inclusive. This Table is to be made use of in all respects as the first Table, before inserted, for finding Easter, till the Year 1899. GENERAL TABLES for finding the Dominical or Sunday Letter, and Places of the Golden Numbers in the Calendar.

TABLE I.
6 5 4 3 2 1 0
B C D E

TO find the Dominical
F G A

or Sunday Letter for any

1600 1700 1800 given year of our Lord, add 1900 12300

2700 to the Year its fourth part,
2100 2200

2400
12500 2600

2700 omitting fractions, and also

the number, which, in Ta2900 3000

3100
(3300 3400

13500
3700

ble I. standeth at the top of
3200

3000

the column wherein the 38001 139001

number of hundreds con4100 1200

4300
4000

4400
4500 4600

tained in that given Year is

found : Divide the sum by 4700

5100 4900 5000

5500 4800

7, and if there be no remain

5600 der, then A is the Sunday 15200 57005800 61006200

6300 Letter; but if any number 60XX)

6500

6400 remain, then the Letter
10700

which standeth under that
7200
7300 7400 number at the top of the

Table, is the Sunday Let-
7500
7900

8300 ter.
8000
8100 8200

8400 85001 &c.

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5200 5300 5400

6600 6800

6900 7000 7100 7600 7700 78001

B

5 B

1 2 3 1 2 3

TO find the month and days Years of Years of of the month to which the Goldour

our en Numbers ought to be prefixed Lord.

Lord, in the Calendar in any given B 1600 OB 7200

15 year of our Lord, consisting of 1700 1 5300

16 entire hundred years, and in all 1800 1 5400

17 the intermediate years betwixt 1900 2

55000

in that and the next hundredth year B 2000 2B 5800 17 following, look in the second co2100

5700 18 lumn of Table II. for the given 2200

5800 18 year, consisting of entire hun2300 4 5900

19 dreds; and note the number or 2400 3B 6000

19 cipher which stands against it in 2500 4 6100

19 the third column; then in Table 2600

5
6200

20 III. look for the same number in 2700

51 0300 21 the column under any given B 2800

6400

30 Golden Number, which when 2900 61 6500

1 you have found, guide your eyes 30800

6600

22 sideways to the left hand, and 3100

6700

23 in the first column you will find В 3200 7 B 0800

02 the month and day to which 3300

6900 23 that Golden Number ought to 3400

81 7000 24 be prefixed in the Calendar, du3500 9 71000 24 ring that period of one hundred B 3600 8 B

7210 24 years. 3700 9

7300 25

The letter B prefixed to cer38000 10

7400

25 tain hundredth years in Table 3900 10 750K)

26 II., denotes those years which B 4000 10 B 7600

26 are still to be accounted Bissex41000 11

7700

26 tile or Leap Years in the new 4200 12

78000)

97 Calendar; whereas all the other 4300 12 7900

as hundredth years are to be acB 4400 112B 8000

27 counted only common years. 4500 13

8100 4600

13 8200 20 4700 111 8300 20 B 4800 14 B

8400 4900 14 8500 5000 15 &c. 5100 161

B

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DAILY MORNING PRAYER. I The Minister shall begin the Morning Prayer, by reading one or more of the following Sentences of Scripture.

his set ple;

let all the earth keep before us. Dan. ix. 9, 10. silence before him. Hab. ii. 20. O Lord, correct me, but with

From the rising of the sun judgment; not in thine anger. even unto the going down of the lest thou bring me to nothing. same, my name shall be great Jer. x. 24. Psalm vi. 1. among the Gentiles: and in eve- Repent ye; for the kingdom of ry place incense shall be offered heaven is at hand. St. Mat.j.2. unto my name, and a pure offer- I will arise, and go to my faing: for my name shall be great ther, and will say unto him, Faamong the heathen, saith the ther, I have sinned against heaLord of hosts. Mal. i. 11. ven, and before thee, and am no

Let the words of my mouth, more worthy to be called thy and the meditation of my heart, son. St. Luke, xv. 18, 19. be alway acceptable in thy Enter not into judgment with sight, O Lord, my strength and thy servant, O Lord; for in thy my Redeemer. Psalm xix. 14. sght shall no man living be juga

When the wicked man turn- tified. Psalm cxliii. 2. eth away from his wickedness If we say that we have no sin, that he hath committed, and we deceive ourselves, and the doetb that which is lawful and truth is not in us; but if we conright, he shall save his soul a- fess our sins, God is faithful and live. Ezek. Xiji. 27.

just to forgive us our sins, and I acknowledge my transgres- to cleanse us from all unrighte sions; and my sin is ever be- ousness. 1 John i. 8, 9. fore me. Psalm li. 3.

Hide thy face from my sins ;/ Then the Minister shall say, and phone out all mine iniquities. DEARLY burle med brethren,

The sacrifices of God are a sundry places, to acknowledge broken spirit; a broken and a and contess our manifold sing contrite heart, O God, thou wilt and wicketness, and that we not despise. Psalm li. 17. should not dissemble nor cloak

Repd your heart and not your them before the face of Algarments, and turn unto the mighty God, our heavenly FaLord your God; for he is gra- ther, but confess them with an cious and merciful, slow to an- humble, low iy, penitent, and ger, and of great kindness, and obedient heart to the end repenteth him of the evil. Joel that we may obtain forgive

ness of the same, by his infinito To the Lord our God be- goodness and mercy. And allone, inercies and forgivenesses, though we ought, at all times, thoughwe have rebelled agaicst humbly to acknowledgo our him; peither have we obeyed sins before God; yot ought we the voice of the Lord our God, chiefly so to do, when we as

ij. 13.

praygr, Amen.

semble and meet together, to death of a sinner, but rather render thanks for the great be that ho may turn from his nefits that we have received at wickedness and live, hath givhis hands, to set forth his most en power and cominandmont worthy praise, to hear his most to his Ministers to declare and holy wore!,, and to ask those pronounce to his people, being things which are requisite and penitent, the Absolution and necessary, as well for the body Remission of their sins. He as the soul. Wherefore, pardoneth and absolveth all pray and bescech you, as many those who truly repent, and as are here present, to accom- unfeignedly believe his holy pany me, with a pure heart, and Gospel. Wherefore, let us behumble voice, unto the throne seech him to grant us true reof the heavenly grace, saying : pentance, and bis Holy Spirit; 1 A general Confession, to be him which we do at this pre

that those things may please said by the whole Congrega; sent, and that the rest of our tion after the Minister, all life hereafter may be pure and knecling. LMIGHTY and most mer- come to his eternal joy, through

holy; so that at the last we may ciful Father: We have Jesus Christ our Lord. erred and strayed from thy ways like lost sheep. We have The People shall answer followed too much the devices here, and at the end of every and desires of our own hearts. We have offended against thy

It Or this. holy laws. We have left un- LMIGUITY God. our hea

A done those things which we venly Father, who, of his ought to have done; And we great mercy, hath promised forhave done those things which giveness of sins to allthose who, we ought not to have done: And with hearty repe nince and true there is no health in us. But faith, turn unto him ; have merthou, O Lord, have mercy upon cy upon you, pardon and delius, miserable offenders. Spare ver you from all your sins, conthou those, O God, who contess firm and strengthen you in all their faults. Restore thou those goodness, and bring you to who are penitent; According everlasting life through Jesus to thy promises declared unto Christ our Lord. Amen. mankind, in Christ Jesus our 1 Then the Minister shall Lord. And grant, О most merciful Father, for his sake; That

kneel, anul say the Lord's

Prauer; the People still we may hereafter live a godly, righteous, and sober life; To

knerlins, and repeating it the glory of thy holy Name.

with him, both here, and Amen.

wheresorver cise it is used

in Divine Service. ! The Declaration of Absolu: OUI

UR Father, who art in tion, or Remission of Sins ; Heaven, Hallowed be thy to be made by the Priest name; Thy Kingdom come; alone, standing; the People Thy will be done on earth, as still kneeling.

it is in Heaven ; Give us this ther of our Lord Jesus give us our trespasses, as we for

the Christ, who desireth not the give those who trespass against

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