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Psalm 51.

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mine offences. merciful receiver of all true Wash me throughly from penitent sinners; assuring my Wickedness, and cleanse our selves that he is ready to me from my sin. receive us, if we come unto For I acknowledge my him with faithful repent- faults, and my sin is ever ance; if we submit our before me. felves unto him, and from Against the only have I henceforth walk in his finned, and done this evil in ways; if we will take his thy sight ; that thou mightít easy yoke, and light burden be justified in thy saying, ypon us, to follow him in and clear when thou judgeft. lowliness, patience and cha Behold, I was shapen in rity, and be ordered by the wickedness, and in fin hath governance of his Holy Spi- my mother conceived me, șit; seeking always his glory, But lo, thou requireth and serving him duly in our truth in the inward parts : vocation with thanksgiving and shalt make me to unThis if we do Christ will derstand wisdom secretly. deliver us from the ex Thou shalt purge me with treme curse which shall light hyffop, and I shall be clean upon them that shall be set thou shalt wash me, and I on the left-hand ; and he shall be whiter than snow. will fet us on his right Thou lhalt make

me hand, and give us his graci- hear of joy and gladness: us blessing of his Father, that the bones which thou ecommanding us to take haft broken may rejoice. poffeffion of bis glorious Turn thy face from my kingdom: upto which may fins, and put out all

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He vouchsafe to bring us all, misdeeds.
for his infinite mercy. Amen. Make me a clean heart,
Then shall they all kneel upon O God: and renew a right

their knees, and the Priest firit within me.
and the People (in the place Cast me not away from
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thy help again: and stablish O Lord, fave thy ferme with thy free Spirit.

vants ; Then shall I teach thy That put their trust in ways unto the wicked : and thee. finners shall be converted Send unto them help from unto thee.

above; Deliver me from blood And evermore mightily guiltiness, O God, thou that defend them. art the God of my health : Help us, O God our Sa, and my tongue fhall fing of viour. thy righteousness.

And for the glory of thy Thou shalt open my lips, Name deliver us; be mer, O Lord: and my mouth ciful to us finners, for thy shall Ihew thy praise. Name's sake.

For thou desirest no fa. O Lord, hear our praycrifice, elle would I give it ers. thee, but thou delightest not And let our cry come un: in burnt-offerings.

to thee. The sacrifice of God is a troubled spirit: a broken and Almighty God, Father contrite heart, O God, shalt of our Lord Jesus thou not despise.

Chrift, Maker of all things, Obe favourable and gra- Judge of all men ; We accious unto Sion : build thou knowledge and bewail our the walls of Jerusalem. manifold fins and wicked

Then shalt thou be pleased ness, wbich we from time with the sacrifice of rightee to time moft grievoufly have ousness, with the burnt- committed, by thought, offerings and oblations: then word, and deed, against thy shall they offer young bul. Divine Majesty, provoking locks upon thine altar. most justly thy wrath and O God, whose nature and indignation against us. Grant

property is ever to have that we may earnestly remercy, and to forgive all pent, and be heartily sorry that are truly penitent; Re- for all our sins, and provoceive our humble petitions ; cations : that the remem, and seeing we are tied and brance of them may be bound with the chain of our grievous unto us; as the burfins, let the pititulness of den of them is intolerable, thy great mercy loose us, Have mercy upon us, have for the honour of Jesus mercy upon us, most merChrist our Mediator and Ad- ciful Father ; for thy Son vocate. Amen.

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so make haste to help us in please thee in newness of life, this world, that we may ever to the honour and glory of live with thee in the world thy Name, through Jesus to come, thro' Jesus Chrift Christ our Lord. Amen. our Lord. Amen. O Lord, we, befeech thee Then all the People

fay this mercifully hear that followeth, after the prayers, and spare all those

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fins unto TURN thou us, o good thee; that they whose con Lord, and so snall we fciences by sin are accused, be turned.

be turned. Be favourable, by thy merciful pardon may O Lord, be favourable to be absolved, through Christ thy people, who turn to our Lord. Amen.

thee by contrition, fafting O Moft mighty God, and and prayer. For thou art a

merciful Father, who merciful God, full of comhast compaffion upon all paffion, Long-suffering, and men, and hateft nothing that of great pity, Thou sparest thou hast made, who wouldst when we deserve punishnot the death of a finner, ment, And in thy wrath but that he should rather thinkest of mercy: spare thy turn from his fin, and be people, good Lord, spare saved ; Mercifully forgive us them, and let not thine heour trespasses ; receive and ritage be brought to confucomfort us, who are grieved fion. Hear us, O Lord, for and wearied with the burden thy mercy is great, and afof our fins. Thy property is ter the multitude of thy always to have mercy ; to mercies look upon us. Thro? thee only it appertaineth to the merits and mediation of forgive sins. Spare us there, thy bleised Son, Jesus Chrift fore, good Lord, spare thy our Lord. Amen. people whom thou hast re- Then

the Priest alone shall say, deemed ; enter not into THE Lord bless us, and judgment with thy servants, keep us ; the Lord lift who are vile earth and mi- up the light of his counceserable finners ; but so turn nance upon us, and give us thine anger from us, who, peace, now and for eveça. meekly acknowledge our more. Amen,

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Ibe Morning and Evening Service to be used daily at

Sea, shall be in general the same which is appointed above.

These two following Prayers joy the blessings of the land,

are to be also used in His with the fruits of our laMajesty's Navy every day. bours ; and with a thank

ful remembrance of thy Eternal Lord God, mercies to praise and glorify who alone spreadest thy holy Name, through

out the heavens, and Jesus Christ our Lord. 4ruleft the raging of the sea; men. who hast compafled the Waters with bounds, until ASSIST us, OLord, in day and night come to an all our doings, with thy end; Be pleased to receive moft gracious favour, and into thy Almighty and most further us with thy contigracious protection the per- nual help; that in all our fons of us thy servants, and works begun, continued, and the Fleet in which we ended in thee, we may gloserve. Preserve us from the rify thy holy Name, and fidangers of the sea, and from nally by thy mercy obtain the violence of the enemy, everlasting life, thro' Jesus that we may be a safeguard Christ our Lord. Amen. unto our most gracious Sovereign Lord King George, Prayers to be used in Stormę and his kingdoms, and a

at Sea. security for fuch as pass on O Most powerful and glathe feas upon their lawful rious Lord God, at occasions ; that the Inha- whose command the winds bitants of our Island may in blow, and lift up

the waves peace and quietness serve of the sea, and who stillest thee our God; and that we

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rage may return in fafety to en. creatures, but miserable fina

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