Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, Volume 11

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Harper & brothers, 1889
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Page 180 - Upon the Sundays and other Holy-days, (if there be no Communion?) shall be said all that is appointed at the Communion, until the end of the general Prayer, [For the whole state of Christ's Church militant here in earth,] together with one or more of these Collects last before rehearsed, concluding with the Blessing.
Page 116 - Hebrews which answers to our first of April : and, to perpetuate the memory of this deliverance, it was thought proper, whoever forgot so remarkable a circumstance, to punish them by sending them upon some sleeveless errand similar to that ineffectual message upon which the bird was...
Page 335 - PRAISE to God, immortal praise, For the love that crowns our days ; Bounteous Source of every joy ! Let thy praise our tongues employ : 2...
Page 70 - And when JESUS, the son of MARY, said, O children of ISRAEL, verily I am the apostle of GOD sent unto you, confirming the law which was delivered before me, and bringing good tidings of an apostle who shall come after me, and whose name shall be AHMED b.
Page 271 - To revise the headings of chapters, pages, paragraphs, italics, and punctuation. '8. To refer, on the part of each company, when considered desirable, to divines, scholars, and literary men, whether at home or abroad, for their opinions.
Page 270 - ... 4. That in such necessary changes, the style of the language employed in the existing Version be closely followed. '•'5. That it is desirable that Convocation should nominate a body of its own members to undertake the work of revision, who shall be at liberty to invite the co-operation of any eminent for scholarship, to whatever nation or religious body they may belong.
Page 126 - And to take away all occasion of dissension and superstition which any Person hath or might have concerning the Bread and Wine, it shall suffice that the Bread be such as is usual to be eaten ; but the best and purest wheat bread, that conveniently may be gotten.
Page 271 - ... 5. To make or retain no change in the Text on the second final revision by each Company, except two thirds of those present approve of the same, but on the first revision to decide by simple majorities. ' 6. In every case of proposed alteration that may have given rise to discussion, to defer the voting thereupon till the next Meeting, whensoever the same shall be required by...
Page 285 - He then entered the General Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church in New York, and graduated therefrom in 1874.
Page 181 - the pouring," was a time of merrymaking. The people dressed themselves gayly, some in the disguise of the mythical personages in the suite of Bacchus, and paid a round of visits to their acquaintances. Drinking-clubs met to drink off matches; while others did not forget deceased relations, but poured libations on their tombs. On the part of the State, this day was the occasion of a peculiarly solemn and secret ceremony in one of the temples of Bacchus, which for the rest of the year was closed.

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