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Lord : from this time forth for
evermore. After Victory or Deliverance
Glory be to the Father, and
to the Son : and to the holy from an Enemy. Ghost;
As it was in the beginning, is A Pfaim or Hymn of Praise and
now, and ever shall be : world Thanksgiving after Vittory. without end. Amen. F the Lord had not been on
our fide, now may we say: if After this Hymn may be sung the the Lord hiinself had not been
Te Deum. on our fide, when men rose up against us;
Then this Collier. They had swallowed us up quick: when they were so wrath- Almighty God, the Sovefully displeased at us.
reign Commander of all the Yea, the waters had drowned world, in whose hand is power us, and the stream had gone over and might, which none is able to our soul : the deep waters of the withstand ; We bless and magniproud had gone over our soul. fy thy great and glorious Name,
But prailed be the Lord : who for this happy victory, the whole hath not given us over as a prey glory whereof we do ascribe to unto thein.
thee, who art the only giver of The Lord hath wrought: a victory. And, we beseech thee, mighty salvation for us.
give us grace to improve this We gat not this by our own great mercy to thy glory, the sword, neither was it our own advancement of thy Gospel, the arm that saved us : but thy right honour of our Sovereign, and, hand, and thine arm, and the light as much as in us lieth, to the of thy countenance, because thou good of all mankind. And, we hadít a favour unto us.
beseech thee, give us such a sense The Lord hath appeared for of this great mercy, as may enus: the Lord hath covered our gage us to a true thankfulness, heads, and made us to stand in such as may appear in our lives, the day of battel.
by an humble, holy, and obediThe Lord hath appeared for ent walking before thee all our us: the Lord hath overthrown days, through Jesus Christ our our enemies, and dashed in pieces Lord : To whom with thee, and those that rose up against us; the Holy Spirit, as for all thy
Therefore not unto us, O Lord, mercies, so in particular for this not unto us : but unto thy Name Victory and Deliverance, be all be given the glory.
glory and honour world without The Lord hath done great end. Amen. things for us : the Lord hath done great things for us, for which we rejoice.
of our Lord Jesus of the Lord: who hath made hea-God, and the fellowship of the ven and earth.
Holy Ghost, be with us all everBlessed be the Name of the
2 Cor. 13. 14.
ed into Corruption, looking for At the Burial of their Dead the refurrection of the Body
( when the Sea shall give up her at SEA.
dead,) and the life of the world The Office in the Common Prayer to come, through our Lord JeBook may be used; only instead of fus Christ; who at_his coming these words [We therefore com- Thall change our vile Body, that it mit his Body to the ground, may be like his glorious Body, earth to earth, &c. ) Say, according to the mighty working, TE
dy to the Deep, to be turn- I things to himself.
to subdue all
URWill and Pleasure is, that these three Forms of Prayer
and Service made for the Fifth of November, the Thirtieth of January, and the Twenty ninth of May, be forthwith Printed and Published, and for the future annexed to the Book of Common Prayer and Liturgy of the Church of England, to be used Yearly on the said Days, in all Cathedral, and Collegiate Churches and Chapels, in all Chapels of Colleges and Halls, within both Our Universities, and of Our Colleges of Eaton and Winchester, and in all Parish-Churches and Chapels within that Part of our Kingdom of Great Britain called England, the Dominion of Wales, and Town of Berwick upon Tweed.
Given at our Castle of Windsor, the Twelfth Day
of September, 1728. In the Second Year of
By His Majesty's Command,
to be used Yearly upon the Fifth Day of November; for the happy Deliverance of King JAMES I. and the three Estates of England, from the most Traiterous and bloody intended Maffacre by Gunpowder : And also for the happy Arrival of his Majesty King William on this Day, for the Deliverance of our Church and Nation. The Minister of every Parish Mall give warning to his Parishioners publickly in the Church at Morning Prayer the Sunday before, for the due Observation of the said Day. And after Morning Prayer, or Preaching, upon the said Fifth Day of November, shall read publickly, distinctly, and plainly, the Act of Parliament made in the third Year of King James the First, for the Observation of it. The Service shall be the same with the usual Office for Holy-days in all
things: except where it is hereafter otherwise appointed. If this day fall happen to be Sunday, only the Collect proper for that
Sunday sbali be added to this Office in its place. 1 Morning Prayer shall begin with to destroy me without a cause: these Sentences :
yea, even without a cause have HELord is full of com- they made a pit for my soul. Pfal. passion, and mercy: long-35. suffering, and of great They have laid a net for my feet, ,
goodness. Pfal. 103. 8. and pressed down my soul : they He will not alway' be chiding: have digged a pit before me, and are Aeither keepeth he his anger for fallen into the midst of it themselves. ever. ver. 9.
He hath not dealt with us after Great is our Lord, and great is our sins: nor rewarded us accord- his power : yea, and his wisdom ing to our wickednesses. ver. 1o.
is infinite. Pral. 147. 5. In stead of Venite, exultemus, The Lord fetteth up the meek: and shall this Hymn following be used, bringeth the ungodly down to the one Verse by the Priell, and an- ground. Ver. 6. other by the Clerk and People. Let thy hand be upon the man
Give thanks unto the Lord, of thy right hand : and upon the O
for he is gracious: and his son of man whom thou madeft fo mercy endureth for ever. Pfal. strong for thine own self. Pfal. 107. 1.
Lst them give thanks whom the And so wiil not we go back from Lord hath redeemed: and delivered thee : 0 let us live, and we shall call from the band of the enemy. Ver. 2. upon thy Name. Ver. 18.
Many a time have they fought Glory be to the Father, &c. against me from my youth up : As it was in the, &c. may Israel now say. Pfal. 129. 1. Proper Psalms, 64, 124, 125. Yea, many a time have they vexed
Proper Lelons. mfrom my youth up: but they have The l. 2 Sam. 22, Te Deum. not prevailed against me. Ver. 2. The II. Acts 23. Jubilate. They have privily laid their net ! In the suffrages after the Creed,
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these fhall be inserted and used for. thanks for filling our hearts again the King :
with joy and gladness, after the Priej?. O Lord, save the King time that thou hadít afflicted us,
People. Who putteth his trust and putting a new song into our in thee.
mouths, by bringing his Majesty Prieft. Send him help from thy King William upon this Day, for holy place.
the deliverance of our Church and People. And evermore mightily Nation from Popish Tyranny and defend him.
arbitrary power. We adore the Priest. Let his enemies have no wisdom and justice of thy Proviadvantage against him.
dence, which so timely interposed People. Let not the wicked ap- in our extreme danger, and difapproach to hurt him.
pointed a!l the designs of our ene9 Iuftead of the first Colleet at Morn- inies. We beleech thee, give us ing Prayer ball thile two be used : such a lively and lasting sense of Lmighty God, who what thou didst then, and haft,
all ages thewed thy Power fince that time, done for us, that and Mercy in the miraculous we may not grow secure and careand gracious deliverances of thy less in our obedience, by presumChurch, and in the protection of ing upon thy great and unde ervrighteous and religious Kings and ed goodness; but that it may lead States, profesling thy holy and us to repentance, and move us to eternal truth, from the wicked be the more diligent and zealous Conspiracies, and malicious prac- in all the duties of our Religion, tices of all the enemies thereof: which thou hast in a marvellous We yield thee our unfeigned manner preserved to us. Let truth thanks and praise, for the wen- and justice, brotherly kindness and derful and mightv Deliverance of charity, devotion and piety, conour gracious Sovereign King cord and unity, with all other virFames the First, the Queen, the tues, so flourish among us, that Prince, and all the Royal Branches, they may be the stability of our with the Nobility, Clergy, and tiines, and make this Church a Commons of England, then aftem- praile in the earth. All which we bled in Parliament, by Popish humbly beg for the sake of our Treachery appointed as 'Theep to blessed Lord and Saviour. Amen. the slaughter, in a moft barbarous In the end of the Litany (which and favage manner, beyond the Mall always this Day be used) afexamples of former ages. From ter the Collect We huinbly be. this unnatural Conspiracy, not scech thee, O Father, &i.) fall our merit, but thy mercy.; not this be laid which followeth. our foresight, but thy providence Lmighty God and heavenly delivered us: And therefore, not Father, who of thy gracious unto us, O Lord, not unto us; Providence, and tender mercy tobut .unto thy naine be ascrib- wards us, didit prevent the malice ed all honour and glory, in all and inaginations of our enemies, Churches of the saints, from ge- by discovering and confounding neration to generation, through their horrible and wicked En:erJesus Christ our Lord. Amen. prize, plotted and intended this
day to have been executed against God, of our unteigned the King, and the whole State of
Aco, alto, molt gracious
England, for the subversion of the lice, and confound their Devices. Government and Religion esta- Strengthen the hands of our grablished among us; and did it like- cious Sovereign King GEORGE, wile upon this day wonderfully and all that are put in Authority conduct thy servant King William, under him, with judgment and and bring hinn safely into England, justice to cut off all such workers to preserve us from the atiempos of of iniquity, as turn Religion into our enemies to bereave us of our Rebellion, and Faith into Faction; Religion and Laws: Wemofthum- that they may never prevail ably praise and magnify thy most gainst us, or triumph in the ruin giorious Name, for thy unspeak- of thy Church among us: But able goodness towards us, expreff- that our gracious Sovereign and ed in both these acts of thy mercy. his Realms being preserved in thy
We confess it has been of thy true Religion, and by thy merci | mercy alone, that we are not con- ful goodness protected in the
sumed: for our sins have cried to fame, we may all duly serve thee, heaven against us; and our iniqui- and give thee thanks in thy ho
ties justly called for vengeance up- ly. Congregation, through "Jesus : on us. But thou hatt not dealt with Christ our Lord. Amen.
us after our sins, nor rewarded us In the Communion-Service, in fead after our iniquities; nor given us of the Colleet for the Day, Mall over, as we deserved, to be a prey
ibis which followeth be used. i to our enemies; but hast in mer- Ternal God, and our most
cy delivered us from their malice, mighty Protector, we thy unand preserved us from death and worthy servants do humbly predestruction. Let the confideration fent ourselves before thy Majesty, of this thy repeated goodness, o acknowledging thy power, wil
O Lord, work in us true repentance, dom, and goodness, in preserving that iniquity may not be our ruin. the King, and the three Estates of And increase in us more and more the Realm of England assembled. a lively faith and love, fruitful in in Parliament, from the destrucall holy obedience, that thou tion this Day intended against mayeft still continue thy favour, them. Make us, we beseech thee, with the light of thy Gospel, to truly tha:kful for this, and for all us and our posterity for ever- other thy great mercies towards more; and that for thy dear Solis us; particularly for making this fake Jesus Christ our only Me- Day again memorable, by a fresh diator and Advocate. Amen. instance of thy loving kindness & In stead of the Prayer [ In time toward us. We bless thee for giv
of War and Tumults] shall be ing his late Majesty King William
used this Prayer following: a safe Arrival here, and for making O dicover the finares of deatk Lord, who didit this day all Opposition fall before him, till
he became our King and Gothat were laid for us, and didst vernor. We beseech thee to prowonderfully deliver us from the tect and defend our Sovereign same; Be thou still our mighty King. GEORGE, and all the
, protector, and scatter our ene- Royal Family, from all Treasons mies that delight in blood. Infa- and Conspiracies; Preserve him tuate and defeat their Counsels, in thy Faith, Fear, and Love ; ; abate their Pride,aftwage their Mas | Prosper his reign with long hap