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Published by by Robert Barker, printer to the Kings most excellent Maiestie, and by the assignes of Iohn Bill in Imprinted at London .
Written in English


  • Prayers -- Early works to 1800

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Edition Notes

GenreEarly works to 1800
SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 2032:5
The Physical Object
Pagination[104] p
Number of Pages104
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17095946M

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3 The Book of Common Prayer AN ACT FOR THE UNIFORMITY OF COMMON PRAYER, AND SERVICE IN THE CHURCH, AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE SACRAMENTS. PRIMO ELIZABETHÆ. WHERE at the death of our late Sovereign Lord King Edward the Sixth, there remained one. The (Online) Book of Common Prayer. Home The Table of Contents The Calendar of the Church Year The Daily Office The Great Litany The Collects Proper Liturgies for Special Days Holy Baptism The Holy Eucharist Pastoral Offices Episcopal Services The Psalter Prayers and Thanksgivings The Catechism Historical Documents of the Church Tables for. This book appears in David Griffiths' Bibliography of the Book of Common Prayer as /5, and is a facsimile of the very first printing of the Book of Common Prayer, Griffiths /1. The links on the image of the Table of Contents below lead to these PDF files. Jul 17,  · The Book of Common Prayer, The Elizabethan Prayer Book [John E. Booty, Judith D. Maltby] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. John E. Booty’s edition of The Book of Common Prayer, , first published by the University Press of Virginia for the Folger Shakespeare Library in and long out of print/5(20).

In this booke is conteyned so muche of the Order of Common prayer as is to be song in Churches: wherein are used only these iiii. sortes of notes, T he first note is a strene note and is a breve. The second a square note, and is a semy breve. The iii. a pycke and is a mynymme. And when there is a prycke by the square note, that prycke is halfe as much as the note that goeth before it. Jan 07,  · This, the first edition of The book of common prayer, is sometimes referred to as The first prayer book of Edward VI. It is one of several editions printed in , two others having been issued by Whitchurch himself, three by Richard Grafton, and one (in Worcester) by John OswenPages: The Book of Common Prayer It is a thing plainly repugnant to the Word of God, and the custom of the Primitive Church, to have publick Prayer in the Church, or to minister the Sacraments in a tongue not understanded of the people. Articles of Religion () no. Nov 11,  · The Whole Booke of Psalmes collected into Englishe Metre has the year at the bottom of the title page, but The Booke of Common Prayer has no date on its title page. This is not uncommon in books of this period, but it can prove challenging for dating them.

The Benton Collection of Editions of the Book of Common Prayer was bequeathed by Josiah H. Benton in Benton was a trustee of the Boston Public Library from until his death on February 6, , and served for many years as President of the Trustees of the Library. He bestowed much of his. The Booke of Common Praier Noted [John Merbecke] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Here, one year after the first English Book of Common Prayer was published in , is the marvelous arrival of music in the Anglican Reformation service. The Booke of Common Praier Noted a curious phrase for the titleAuthor: John Merbecke. The Booke of Common prayer. The royal coat of arms for the Kingdom of England and Ireland appears at the top of this frontispiece for a edition of The Booke of Common prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments, And other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England. The official Church of England text was outlawed by Parliament in Prayers in English had already been included in the Latin services, and complete English services had been introduced at St Paul's and other London churches, but now for the first time the only legal services throughout the country were to be those in English provided in the new Book of Common Prayer, which was issued with the Act.