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Page 48 - by the Book intituled 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 Bishops, Priests and Deacons. And immediately after
Page 351 - in Reading the Common Prayers and performing other Ecclesiastical Duties, belonging to the said Office, according to the Form prescribed in the Book of Common Prayer, made and published by Authority of Parliament and the Canons and Constitutions in that behalf lawfully
Page 223 - For thou emongst those Saints, whom thou doest see, Shalt be a Saint, and thine owne nations frend And patrone: thou Saint George shalt called bee, Saint George of mery England the signe of victoree.
Page 223 - and sent by us to our Admiral to be published to our said subjects; and in their foretop, our subjects of South Britain shall wear the Red Cross only, as they were wont; and our subjects of North Britain, in their foretop the White Cross only, as they were accustomed.
Page 223 - Whereas, some differences hath arisen between our subjects of South and North Britain, travelling by sea, about the bearing of their flags; for the avoiding of all such contentions hereafter, we have, with the advice of our Council, ordered, from henceforth, all our subjects of this Isle and Kingdom of Great Britain,
Page 22 - of Water with a Deerskin Stretched over it as tight as it can & a goard with some Shott in it to Rattle & a piece of an horses Tail tied to it to make it look fine y. one keeps Rattling and y. other Drumming all y. while y. others is Dauncing.
Page 22 - manner of Dauncing is as follows Viz, They clear a Large Circle & make a Great Fire in y. middle then seats themselves around it y. Speaker makes a grand Speech telling them in what Manner they are to Daunce after he has finished y. best Dauncer Jumps up as one awaked out of a Sleep
Page 222 - And the children of Israel shall pitch their tents, every man by his own camp, and every man by his own standard, throughout their hosts.