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" The common prayer shall be said or sung distinctly and reverently upon such days as are appointed to be kept holy by the Book of Common Prayer, and their eves, and at convenient and usual times of those days, and in such place of every church as the bishop... "
A Practical Arrangement of Ecclesiastical Law - Page 765
by Francis James Newman Rogers - 1840 - 1072 pages
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Two Answers to Cardinal Perron: And Other Miscellaneous Works of Lancelot ...

Lancelot Andrewes - Bishops - 1854 - 463 pages
...your Minister both morning and evening distinctly and reverently, every Sunday and Holy day, and on their eves, and at convenient and usual times of those days, and in most convenient place of the Church for the edifying of the people ? 2. Whether doth your Minister...
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A History of the Book of Common Prayer: With a Rationale of Its Offices

Francis Procter - Anglican Communion - 1855 - 483 pages
...Canons ( 1 604) direct a convenient seat to be made for the minister to read service in, ' in such place of every church as the bishop of the diocese, or ecclesiastical...straitness of the same, so as the people may be most edified3.' The canon thus fixes the meaning of the rubric, which was retained at the last revision...
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Lawful Church ornaments: being an historical examination of The judgment of ...

Thomas Walter Perry - 1857
...convocation.1" Sunday s and Holy-days. " The Common Prayer shall be said or sung distinctly and reverently upon such days as are appointed to be kept holy by...convenient and usual times of those days, and in such place of every Church as the Bishop of the diocese, or Ecclesiastical Ordinary of the place, shall...
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The officiating minister, and the preliminary rubrics, &c. 2d ed. 1860

William Henry Pinnock - Church decoration and ornament - 1860
...>%.«,_ miil their Eva.—' The COMMON PRAYKR shall be said or sung 'distinctly and reverently upon «icA days as are appointed ' to be kept holy by the BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER, and their ' Eva, and at convenient and usual times of those days, and in 'such place of every Church as the Bishop...
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The Laws and Usages of the Church and the Clergy ...

William Henry Pinnock - Church decoration and ornament - 1863
...Holy-Days enjoined : thus — ' The COMMON PRAYER shall be said or sung distinctly, and ' reverently upon such Days as are appointed to be kept holy ' by the Book of Common Prayer, and their Eves, &c. — CANON 14. The 17th Canon (of 1603), directing " Students in Colleges to wear Surplices in time...
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The Church and the School; Or, Hints on Clerical Life

Henry Walford Bellairs - 1868 - 248 pages
...The bishop has power to enforce the performance of the Morning and Evening Service on Sundays, and upon such days as are appointed to be kept holy by the Book of Common Prayer, and their eves e. But it does not appear that he can legally enforce daily service. The Book of Common Prayer furnishes...
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The Ecclesiastical Law of the Church of England, Volume 1

Robert Phillimore - Ecclesiastical law - 1873 - 2395 pages
...the place." By Can. 14 of 1603, " The common prayer shall be said or sung distinctly and reverently, upon such days as are appointed to be kept holy by...of the place shall think meet for the largeness or straitnessof the same, so as the people may be most edified. All ministers likewise shall observe the...
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Worship in the Church of England

Alexander James Beresford Beresford Hope - Electronic book - 1874 - 255 pages
...no maximum and minimum, minimum and maximum must be the same thing, and " daily " be read to mean " such days as are appointed to be kept holy by the Book of Common Prayer, and their eves." I have now to see how so amazing a result could have been reached, and shall come to still closer quarters...
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The Statutes Passed in the General Synod of the Church of Ireland: 1871-[1882]

Church of Ireland - 1874
...times of the day, and in such place in every Church or other suitable building provided for the purpose as the Bishop of the Diocese or Ecclesiastical Ordinary of the place shall think meet, so as the people may be most edified. All Ministers shall likewise use and observe the Orders, Rites,...
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The chronicle of Convocation ... for the sessions ...

Convocation prov. of Canterbury - 1874
...Prayer shall be said or sung distinctly and reverently by all Ministers upon such days at the least as are appointed to be kept holy by the Book of Common Prayer, at convenient and usual times of those days ; and all Ministers shall observe the orders, rites, and...
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