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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 OF BISHOPS PRIESTS AND DEACONS

AND

THE SCOTTISH LITURGY

AND THE PERMISSIBLE ADDITIONS TO AND DEVIATIONS

FROM THE SERVICE BOOKS OF

THE SCOTTISH CHURCH

AS CANONICALLY SANCTIONED



EDINBURGH

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 100, PRINCES STREET



Approved, on behalf of the College of Bishops of the Episcopal Church in Scotland,

W: BRECHIN:

Primus November, 1912



NOTE.—The portions of this book which are marked by a marginal line are permissible additions to and deviations from the Service Books of the Scottish Church as canonically sanctioned. The Scottish Liturgy, and the additions and deviations, are copyright of the Episcopal Church in Scotland.



CONTENTS

The Preface vii

Concerning the Service of the Church ix

Of Ceremonies, why some be abolished, and some retained xi

The Order how the Psalter is appointed to be read xiii

The Order how the rest of the Holy Scripture is appointed to be read xiii

Tables of Proper Lessons and Psalms xv

The Kalendar, with the Table of Lessons xxvi

Tables and Rules for the Feasts and Fasts through the whole Year l

The Order for Morning Prayer 1

The Order for Evening Prayer 18

The Creed of St Athanasius 3l

The Litany 35

Prayers and Thanksgivings upon several occasions 44

The Collects, Epistles and Gospels to be used at the Ministration of the Holy Communion, throughout the Year 68

The Order of the Ministration of the Holy Communion both Scottish and English 271, 302

The Order of Baptism both Public and Private 332, 341

The Order of Baptism for those of Riper Years 348

The Catechism 358

The Order of Confirmation both English and Scottish 366, 369

The Form of Solemnization of Matrimony 373

The Order for the Visitation of the Sick, and the Communion of the Sick 385, 396

The Order for the Burial of the Dead 398

The Thanksgiving of Women after Child-birth 416

A Commination, or denouncing of God's anger and judgements against sinners 419

The Psalter 428

Forms of Prayer to be used at Sea 619

The Form and Manner of Making, Ordaining, and Consecrating of Bishops, Priests, and Deacons 634

Forms of Prayer for the Anniversary of the day of Accession of the reigning Sovereign 677

A Table of Kindred and Affinity 688

Articles of Religion 689



THE PREFACE

It hath been the wisdom of the Church of England, ever since the first compiling of her Public Liturgy, to keep the mean between the two extremes, of too much stiffness in refusing, and of too much easiness in admitting any variation from it. For, as on the one side common experience sheweth, that where a change hath been made of things advisedly established (no evident necessity so requiring) sundry inconveniences have thereupon ensued; and those many times more and greater than the evils, that were intended to be remedied by such change: So on the other side, the particular Forms of Divine worship, and the Rites and Ceremonies appointed to be used therein, being things in their own nature indifferent, and alterable, and so acknowledged; it is but reasonable, that upon weighty and important considerations, according to the various exigency of times and occasions, such changes and alterations should be made therein, as to those that are in place of Authority should from time to time seem either necessary or expedient. Accordingly we find, that in the Reigns of several Princes of blessed memory since the Reformation, the Church, upon just and weighty considerations her thereunto moving, hath yielded to make such alterations in some particulars, as in their respective times were thought convenient: Yet so, as that the main Body and Essentials of it (as well in the chiefest materials, as in the frame and order thereof) have still continued the same unto this day, and do yet stand firm and unshaken, notwithstanding all the vain attempts and impetuous assaults made against it, by such men as are given to change, and have always discovered a greater regard to their own private fancies and interests, than to that duty they owe to the public.

By what undue means, and for what mischievous purposes the use of the Liturgy (though enjoined by the Laws of the Land, and those Laws never yet repealed) came, during the late unhappy confusions, to be discontinued, is too well known to the world, and we are not willing here to remember. But when, upon His Majesty's happy Restoration, it seemed probable, that, amongst other things, the use of the Liturgy also would return of course (the same having never been legally abolished) unless some timely means were used to prevent it; those men who under the late usurped powers had made it a great part of their business to render the people disaffected thereunto, saw themselves in point of reputation and interest concerned (unless they would freely acknowledge themselves to have erred, which such men are very hardly brought to do) with their utmost endeavours to hinder the restitution thereof. In order whereunto divers Pamphlets were published against the Book of Common Prayer, the old Objections mustered up, with the addition of some new ones, more than formerly had been made, to make the number swell. In fine, great importunities were used to His Sacred Majesty, that the said Book might be revised, and such Alterations therein, and Additions thereunto made, as should be thought requisite for the ease of tender Consciences: whereunto His Majesty, out of his pious inclination to give satisfaction (so far as could be reasonably expected) to all his subjects of what persuasion soever, did graciously condescend.

In which review we have endeavoured to observe the like moderation, as we find to have been used in the like case in former times. And therefore of the sundry Alterations proposed unto us, we have rejected all such as were either of dangerous consequence (as secretly striking at some established Doctrine, or laudable Practice of the Church of England, or indeed of the whole Catholic Church of Christ) or else of no consequence at all, but utterly frivolous and vain. But such Alterations as were tendered to us (by what persons, under what pretences, or to what purpose soever so tendered) as seemed to us in any degree requisite or expedient, we have willingly, and of our own accord assented unto: not enforced so to do by any strength of Argument, convincing us of the necessity of making the said Alterations: For we are fully persuaded in our judgements (and we here profess it to the world) that the Book, as it stood before established by Law, doth not contain in it any thing contrary to the Word of God, or to sound Doctrine, or which a godly man may not with a good Conscience use and submit unto, or which is not fairly defensible against any that shall oppose the same; if it shall be allowed such just and favourable construction as in common Equity ought to be allowed to all human Writings, especially such as are set forth by Authority, and even to the very best translations of the holy Scripture itself.

Our general aim therefore in this undertaking was, not to gratify this or that party in any their unreasonable demands; but to do that, which to our best understandings we conceived might most tend to the preservation of Peace and Unity in the Church; the procuring of Reverence, and exciting of Piety and Devotion in the Public Worship of God; and the cutting off occasion from them that seek occasion of cavil or quarrel against the Liturgy of the Church. And as to the several variations from the former Book, whether by Alteration, Addition, or otherwise, it shall suffice to give this general account, That most of the Alterations were made, either first, for the better direction of them that are to officiate in any part of Divine Service; which is chiefly done in the Kalendars and Rubrics: Or secondly, for the more proper expressing of some words or phrases of ancient usage in terms more suitable to the language of the present times, and the clearer explanation of some other words and phrases, that were either of doubtful signification, or otherwise liable to misconstruction: Or thirdly, for a more perfect rendering of such portions of holy Scripture, as are inserted into the Liturgy; which, in the Epistles and Gospels especially, and in sundry other places, are now ordered to be read according to the last Translation: and that it was thought convenient, that some Prayers and Thanksgivings, fitted to special occasions, should be added in their due places; particularly for those at Sea, together with an office for the Baptism of such as are of Riper Years: which, although not so necessary when the former Book was compiled, yet by the growth of Anabaptism, through the licentiousness of the late times crept in amongst us, is now become necessary, and may be always useful for the baptizing of Natives in our Plantations, and others converted to the Faith. If any man, who shall desire a more particular account of the several alterations in any part of the Liturgy, shall take the pains to compare the present Book with the former; we doubt not but the reason of the change may easily appear.

And having thus endeavoured to discharge our duties in this weighty affair, as in the sight of God, and to approve our sincerity therein (so far as lay in us) to the consciences of all men; although we know it impossible (in such variety of apprehensions, humours and interests, as are in the world) to please all; nor can expect that men of factious, peevish, and perverse spirits should be satisfied with any thing that can be done in this kind by any other than themselves: Yet we have good hope, that what is here presented, and hath been by the Convocations of both Provinces with great diligence examined and approved, will be also well accepted and approved by all sober, peaceable, and truly conscientious Sons of the Church of England.



CONCERNING THE SERVICE OF

THE CHURCH

There was never any thing by the wit of man so well devised, or so sure established, which in continuance of time hath not been corrupted: As, among other things, it may plainly appear by the Common Prayers in the Church, commonly called Divine Service. The first original and ground whereof if a man would search out by the ancient Fathers, he shall find, that the same was not ordained but of a good purpose, and for a great advancement of godliness. For they so ordered the matter, that all the whole Bible (or the greatest part thereof) should be read over once every year; intending thereby, that the Clergy, and especially such as were Ministers in the congregation, should (by often reading, and meditation in God's word) be stirred up to godliness themselves, and be more able to exhort others by wholesome doctrine, and to confute them that were adversaries to the truth; and further, that the people (by daily hearing of holy Scripture read in the Church) might continually profit more and more in the knowledge of God, and be the more inflamed with the love of his true Religion.

But these many years passed, this godly and decent order of the ancient Fathers hath been so altered, broken, and neglected, by planting in uncertain Stories, and Legends, with multitude of Responds, Verses, vain Repetitions, Commemorations, and Synodals; that commonly when any Book of the Bible was begun, after three or four Chapters were read out, all the rest were unread. And in this sort the Book of Isaiah was begun in Advent, and the Book of Genesis in Septuagesima; but they were only begun, and never read through: After like sort were other Books of holy Scripture used. And moreover, whereas St Paul would have such language spoken to the people in the Church, as they might understand, and have profit by hearing the same; The Service in this Church of England these many years hath been read in Latin to the people, which they understand not; so that they have heard with their ears only, and their heart, spirit, and mind, have not been edified thereby. And furthermore, notwithstanding that the ancient Fathers have divided the Psalms into seven Portions, whereof every one was called a Nocturn: Now of late time a few of them have been daily said, and the rest utterly omitted. Moreover, the number and hardness of the Rules called the Pie, and the manifold changings of the Service, was the cause, that to turn the Book only was so hard and intricate a matter, that many times there was more business to find out what should be read, than to read it when it was found out.

These inconveniences therefore considered, here is set forth such an Order, whereby the same shall be redressed. And for a readiness in this matter, here is drawn out a Kalendar for that purpose, which is plain and easy to be understood; wherein (so much as may be) the reading of holy Scripture is so set forth, that all things shall be done in order, without breaking one piece from another. For this cause be cut off Anthems, Responds, Invitatories, and such like things as did break the continual course of the reading of the Scripture.

Yet, because there is no remedy, but that of necessity there must be some Rules; therefore certain Rules are here set forth; which, as they are few in number, so they are plain and easy to be understood. So that here you have an Order for Prayer, and for the reading of the holy Scripture, much agreeable to the mind and purpose of the old Fathers, and a great deal more profitable and commodious, than that which of late was used. It is more profitable, because here are left out many things, whereof some are untrue, some uncertain, some vain and superstitious; and nothing is ordained to be read, but the very pure Word of God, the holy Scriptures, or that which is agreeable to the same; and that in such a Language and Order as is most easy and plain for the understanding both of the Readers and Hearers. It is also more commodious, both for the shortness thereof, and for the plainness of the Order, and for that the Rules be few and easy.

And whereas heretofore there hath been great diversity in saying and singing in Churches within this Realm; some following Salisbury Use, some Hereford Use, and some the Use of Bangor, some of York, some of Lincoln; now from henceforth all the whole Realm shall have but one Use.

And forasmuch as nothing can be so plainly set forth, but doubts may arise in the use and practice of the same; to appease all such diversity (if any arise) and for the resolution of all doubts, concerning the manner how to understand, do, and execute, the things contained in this Book; the parties that so doubt, or diversely take any thing, shall alway resort to the Bishop of the Diocese, who by his discretion shall take order for the quieting and appeasing of the same; so that the same order be not contrary to any thing contained in this Book. And if the Bishop of the Diocese be in doubt, then he may send for the resolution thereof to the Archbishop.

Though it be appointed, That all things shall be read and sung in the Church in the English Tongue, to the end that the Congregation may be thereby edified; yet it is not meant, but that when men say Morning and Evening Prayer privately, they may say the same in any language that they themselves do understand.

And all Priests and Deacons are to say daily the Morning and Evening Prayer either privately or openly, not being let by sickness, or some other urgent cause.

And the Curate that ministereth in every Parish Church or Chapel, being at home, and not being otherwise reasonably hindered, shall say the same in the Parish Church or Chapel where he ministereth, and shall cause a Bell to be tolled thereunto a convenient time before he begin, that the people may come to hear God's Word, and to pray with him.



OF CEREMONIES,

WHY SOME BE ABOLISHED, AND SOME RETAINED

Of such Ceremonies as be used in the Church, and have had their beginning by the institution of man, some at the first were of godly intent and purpose devised, and yet at length turned to vanity and superstition: some entered into the Church by undiscreet devotion, and such a zeal as was without knowledge; and for because they were winked at in the beginning, they grew daily to more and more abuses, which not only for their unprofitableness, but also because they have much blinded the people, and obscured the glory of God, are worthy to be cut away, and clean rejected: other there be, which although they have been devised by man, yet it is thought good to reserve them still, as well for a decent order in the Church, (for the which they were first devised) as because they pertain to edification, whereunto all things done in the Church (as the Apostle teacheth) ought to be referred.

And although the keeping or omitting of a Ceremony, in itself considered, is but a small thing; yet the wilful and contemptuous transgression and breaking of a common order and discipline is no small offence before God, Let all things be done among you, saith Saint Paul, in a seemly and due order: The appointment of the which order pertaineth not to private men; therefore no man ought to take in hand, nor presume to appoint or alter any public or common Order in Christ's Church, except he be lawfully called and authorized thereunto.

And whereas in this our time, the minds of men are so diverse, that some think it a great matter of conscience to depart from a piece of the least of their Ceremonies, they be so addicted to their old customs; and again on the other side, some be so new-fangled, that they would innovate all things, and so despise the old, that nothing can like them, but that is new: it was thought expedient, not so much to have respect how to please and satisfy either of these parties, as how to please God, and profit them both. And yet lest any man should be offended, whom good reason might satisfy, here be certain causes rendered, why some of the accustomed Ceremonies be put away, and some retained and kept still.

Some are put away, because the great excess and multitude of them hath so increased in these latter days, that the burden of them was intolerable; whereof Saint Augustine in his time complained, that they were grown to such a number, that the estate of Christian people was in worse case concerning that matter, than were the Jews. And he counselled that such yoke and burden should be taken away, as time would serve quietly to do it. But what would Saint Augustine have said, if he had seen the Ceremonies of late days used among us; whereunto the multitude used in his time was not to be compared? This our excessive multitude of Ceremonies was so great, and many of them so dark, that they did more confound and darken, than declare and set forth Christ's benefits unto us. And besides this, Christ's Gospel is not a Ceremonial Law, (as much of Moses' Law was,) but it is a Religion to serve God, not in bondage of the figure or shadow, but in the freedom of the Spirit; being content only with those Ceremonies which do serve to a decent Order and godly Discipline, and such as be apt to stir up the dull mind of man to the remembrance of his duty to God, by some notable and special signification, whereby he might be edified. Furthermore, the most weighty cause of the abolishment of certain Ceremonies was, That they were so far abused, partly by the superstitious blindness of the rude and unlearned, and partly by the unsatiable avarice of such as sought more their own lucre, than the glory of God, that the abuses could not well be taken away, the thing remaining still.

But now as concerning those persons, which peradventure will be offended, for that some of the old Ceremonies are retained still: If they consider that without some Ceremonies it is not possible to keep any Order, or quiet Discipline in the Church, they shall easily perceive just cause to reform their judgements. And if they think much, that any of the old do remain, and would rather have all devised anew: then such men granting some Ceremonies convenient to be had, surely where the old may be well used, there they cannot reasonably reprove the old only for their age, without bewraying of their own folly. For in such a case they ought rather to have reverence unto them for their antiquity, if they will declare themselves to be more studious of unity and concord, than of innovations and new-fangleness, which (as much as may be with the true setting forth of Christ's Religion) is always to be eschewed. Furthermore, such shall have no just cause with the Ceremonies reserved to be offended. For as those be taken away which were most abused, and did burden men's consciences without any cause; so the other that remain, are retained for a discipline and order, which (upon just causes) may be altered and changed, and therefore are not to be esteemed equal with God's Law. And moreover, they be neither dark nor dumb Ceremonies, but are so set forth, that every man may understand what they do mean, and to what use they do serve. So that it is not like that they in time to come should be abused as other have been. And in these our doings we condemn no other Nations, nor prescribe any thing but to our own people only: For we think it convenient that every Country should use such Ceremonies as they shall think best to the setting forth of God's honour and glory, and to the reducing of the people to a most perfect and godly living, without error or superstition; and that they should put away other things, which from time to time they perceive to be most abused, as in men's ordinances it often chanceth diversely in divers countries.



THE ORDER HOW THE PSALTER IS APPOINTED

TO BE READ

The Psalter shall be read through once every Month, as it is there appointed, both for Morning and Evening Prayer. But in February it shall be read only to the twenty-eighth, or twenty-ninth day of the Month.

And, whereas January, March, May, July, August, October, and December have One-and-thirty days apiece; It is ordered, that the same Psalms shall be read the last day of the said months, which were read the day before: So that the Psalter may begin again the first day of the next month ensuing.

And, whereas the 119th Psalm is divided into twenty-two portions, and is over-long to be read at one time; It is so ordered, that at one time shall not be read above four or five of the said portions.

And at the end of every Psalm, and of every such part of the 119th Psalm, shall be repeated this Hymn,

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son: and to the Holy Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be: world without end. Amen.

Note, that the Psalter followeth the Division of the Hebrews, and the Translation of the great English Bible, set forth and used in the time of King Henry the Eighth, and Edward the Sixth.



THE ORDER HOW THE REST OF HOLY

SCRIPTURE IS APPOINTED TO BE READ

The Old Testament is appointed for the First Lessons at Morning and Evening Prayer, so as the most part thereof will be read every year once, as in the Kalendar is appointed.

The New Testament is appointed for the Second Lessons at Morning and Evening Prayer, and shall be read over orderly every year twice, once in the morning and once in the evening, besides the Epistles and Gospels, except the Apocalypse, out of which there are only certain Lessons appointed at the end of the year, and certain Proper Lessons appointed upon divers feasts.

And to know what Lessons shall be read every day, look for the day of the Month in the Kalendar following, and there ye shall find the chapters and portions of chapters that shall be read for the Lessons, both at Morning and Evening Prayer, except only the moveable feasts, which are not in the Kalendar, and the immoveable, where there is a blank left in the column of Lessons, the Proper Lessons for all which days are to be found in the Table of Proper Lessons.

If Evening Prayer is said at two different times in the same place of worship on any Sunday (except a Sunday for which alternative Second Lessons are specially appointed in the Table,) the Second Lesson at the second time may, at the discretion of the minister, be any chapter from the four Gospels, or any Lesson appointed in the Table of Lessons from the four Gospels.

Upon occasions, to be approved by the Ordinary, other Lessons may, with his consent, be substituted for those which are appointed in the Kalendar.

And note, That whensoever Proper Psalms or Lessons are appointed, then the Psalms and Lessons of ordinary course appointed in the Psalter and Kalendar (if they be different) shall be omitted for that time.

Note also, That upon occasions to be appointed by the Ordinary, other Psalms may, with his consent, be substituted for those appointed in the Psalter.

If any of the Holy-days for which Proper Lessons are appointed in the Table fall upon a Sunday which is the first Sunday in Advent, Easter-day, Whitsunday, or Trinity Sunday, the Lessons appointed for such Sunday shall be read, but if it fall upon any other Sunday, the Lessons appointed either for the Sunday or for the Holy-day may be read at the discretion of the minister.

Note also, That the Collect, Epistle, and Gospel appointed for the Sunday shall serve all the week after, where it is not in this Book otherwise ordered.



PROPER LESSONS

TO BE READ AT MORNING AND EVENING PRAYER ON THE SUNDAYS AND

OTHER HOLY-DAYS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

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LESSONS PROPER FOR SUNDAYS

- MATTINS EVENSONG - Sundays of Advent The First Isaiah 1 Isaiah 2 or Isaiah 4, v. 2 Second 5 11, to v. 11 " 24 Third 25 26 " 28, v. 5 to v. 19 Fourth 30, to v. 27 32 " 33, v. 2 to v. 23 Sundays after Christmas The First 35 38 " 40 Second 42 43 " 44 Sundays after the Epiphany The First 51 52, v. 13 & 53 " 54 Second 55 57 " 61 Third 62 65 " 66 Fourth Job 27 Job 28 " Job 29 Fifth Prov. 1 Prov. 3 " Prov. 8 Sixth 9 11 " 15 Septuagesima Gen. 1 & 2, to v. 4 Gen 2., v. 4 " Job 38 2nd Lesson Rev. 21, to v. 9 Rev. 21, v. 9 to 22, v. 6 Sexagesima Gen. 3 Gen. 6 " Gen. 8 Quinquagesima 9, to v. 20 12 " 13 Sundays in Lent The First 19, v. 12 to v. 30 22, to v. 20 " 23 Second 27, to v. 41 28 " 32 Third 37 39 " 40 Fourth 42 43 " 45 Fifth Exod. 3 Exod. 5 " Exod. 6, to v. 14 Sixth 9 10 " 11 2nd Lesson Matt. 26 Luke 19, v. 28 " Luke 20, v. 9 to v. 21 Easter-day Exod. 12, to v. 29 Exod. 12, v. 29 " Exod. 14 2nd Lesson Rev. 1, v. 10 to John 29, v. 11 " Rev. 5 v. 10 Sundays after Easter The First Numb. 16, to v. 36 Numb. 16, v. 36 " Numb. 17, to v. 12 2nd Lesson 1 Cor. 15, to v. 29 John 20, v. 24 to v. 30 Second Numb. 20, to v. 14 Numb. 20, v. 14 " , v. 10 to 21, v. 10 Third 22 23 " 24



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LESSONS PROPER FOR SUNDAYS

- MATTINS EVENSONG - Sundays after Easter Fourth Deut. 4, to v. Deut. 4, v. 23 to or Deut. 5 23 v. 41 Fifth 6 9 " 10 Sunday after Ascension-day 30 34 " Joshua 1 Whitsunday 16, to v. 18 Isaiah 11 " Ezek. 36, v. 25 2nd Lesson Rom. 8, to v. 18 Gal. 5, v. 16 " Acts 18, v. 24 to 19, v. 21 Trinity Sunday Isaiah 6, to v. Gen. 18 " Gen. 1&2, to v. 4 11 2nd Lesson Rev. 1, to v. 9 Eph. 4, to v. 17 " Matt. 3 Sundays after Trinity Second Judges 4 Judges 5 " Judges 6, v. 11 Third 1 Sam. 2, to v. 1 Sam. 3 " 1 Sam. 4, to v. 19 27 Fourth 12 13 " Ruth 1 Fifth 15, to v. 24 16 " 1 Sam. 17 Sixth 2 Sam. 1 2 Sam. 12, to v. 24 " 2 Sam. 18 Seventh 1 Chron. 21 1 Chron. 22 " 1 Chron. 28, v. 21 Eighth 29, v. 9 to 2 Chron. 1 " 1 Kings 3 29 Ninth 1 Kings 10, to 1 Kings 11, to v. 15 " 11, v. 26 25 Tenth 12 13 " 17 Eleventh 18 19 " 21 Twelfth 22, to v. 41 2 Kings 2, to v. 16 " 2 Kings 4, v. 8 to v. 38 Thirteenth 2 Kings 5 6, to v. 32 " 7 Fourteenth 9 10, to v. 32 " 13 Fifteenth 18 19 " 23, to v. 31 Sixteenth 2 Chron. 36 Nehem. 1&2, to v. 9 " Nehem. 8 Seventeenth Jerem. 5 Jerem. 22 " Jerem. 35 Eighteenth 36 Ezek. 2 " Ezek. 13, to v. 17 Nineteenth Ezek. 14 18 " 24, v. 15 Twentieth 24 37 " Daniel 1 Twenty-first Daniel 3 Daniel 4 " 5 Twenty-second 6 7, v. 9 " 12 Twenty-third Hosea 14 Joel 2, v. 21 " Joel 3, v. 9 Twenty-fourth Amos 3 Amos 5 " Amos 9 Twenty-fifth Micah 4&5, to Micah 6 " Micah 7 v. 8 Twenty-sixth Habak. 2 Habak. 3 " Zephaniah 3 Twenty-seventh Eccles. 11&12 Haggai 2, to v. 10 " Malachi 3&4 - -

Note that the Lessons appointed in the above Table for the Twenty-seventh Sunday after Trinity shall always be read on the Sunday next before Advent.

LESSONS PROPER FOR HOLY-DAYS

- - MATTINS EVENSONG - St Andrew 1st Lesson Isaiah 54 Isaiah 65 to v. 17 2nd Lesson John 1, v. 35 to v. 43 John 12, v. 20 to v. 42 St Thomas 1st Lesson Job 42, to v. 7 Isaiah 35 2nd Lesson John 20, v. 19 to v. 24 John 14, v. 8 Nativity of Christ 1st Lesson Isaiah 9, to v. 8 Isaiah 7, v. 10 to v. 17 2nd Lesson Luke 2, to v. 15 Titus 3, v. 4 to v. 9 St Stephen 1st Lesson Gen. 4, to v. 11 2 Chron. 24, v. 15 to v. 23 2nd Lesson Acts 6 Acts 8, to v. 9 St John Evangelist 1st Lesson Exod. 33, v. 9 Isaiah 6 2nd Lesson John 13, v. 23 to v. 36 Rev. 1 Innocents'-day 1st Lesson Jerem. 31, to v. 18 Baruch 4, v. 21 to v. 31 Circumcision 1st Lesson Gen. 17, v. 9 Deut. 10, v. 12 2nd Lesson Rom. 2, v. 17 Col. 2, v. 8 to v. 18 Epiphany 1st Lesson Isaiah 60 Isaiah 49, v. 13 to v. 24 2nd Lesson Luke 3, v. 15 to v. 23 John 2, to v. 12 Conversion of St Paul 1st Lesson Isaiah 49, to v. 13 Jerem. 1, to v. 11 2nd Lesson Gal. 1, v. 11 Acts 26, to v. 21 Purification of the Virgin Mary 1st Lesson Exod. 13, to v. 17 Haggai 2, to v. 10 St Matthias 1st Lesson 1 Sam. 2, v. 27 to v. 36 Isaiah 22, v. 15 Annunciation of our Lady 1st Lesson Gen. 3, to v. 16 Isaiah 52, v. 7 to v. 13 Ash Wednesday 1st Lesson Isaiah 58, to v. 13 Jonah 3 2nd Lesson Mark 2, v. 13 to v. 23 Heb. 12, v. 3 to v. 18



LESSONS PROPER FOR HOLY-DAYS

MATTINS EVENSONG Monday before Easter 1st Lesson Lam. 1, to v. 15 Lam. 2, v. 13 2nd Lesson John 14, to v. 15 John 14, v. 15 Tuesday before Easter 1st Lesson Lam. 3, to v. 34 Lam. 3, v. 34 2nd Lesson John 15, to v. 14 John 15, v. 14 Wednesday before Easter 1st Lesson Lam. 4, to v. 21 Dan. 9, v. 20 2nd Lesson John 16, to v. 16 John 16, v. 16 Thursday before Easter 1st Lesson Hosea 13, to v. 15 Hosea 14 2nd Lesson John 17 John 13, to v. 36 Good Friday 1st Lesson Gen. 22, to v. 20 Isaiah 52, v, 13 & 53 2nd Lesson John 18 1 Peter 2 Easter Even 1st Lesson Zech. 9 Hosea 5, v. 8 to 6, v. 4 2nd Lesson Luke 23, v. 50 Romans 6, to v. 14 Monday in Easter-week 1st Lesson Exod. 15, to v. 22 Cant. 2, v. 10 2nd Lesson Luke 24, to v. 13 Matt. 28, to v. 10 Tuesday in Easter-week 1st Lesson 2 Kings 13, v. 14 to v. 22 Ezek. 37, to v. 15 2nd Lesson John 21, to v. 15 John 21, v. 15 St Mark 1st Lesson Isaiah 62, v. 6 Ezek. 1, to v. 15 St Philip and St James 1st Lesson Isaiah 61 2nd Lesson John 1, v. 43 Ascension-day 1st Lesson Dan. 7, v. 9 to v. 15 2 Kings 2, to v. 16 2nd Lesson Luke 24, v. 44 Hebrews 4 Monday in Whitsun-week 1st Lesson Gen. 11, to v. 10 Num. 11, v. 16 to v. 31 2nd Lesson 1 Cor. 12, to v. 14 1 Cor. 12, v. 27 & 13 Tuesday in Whitsun-week 1st Lesson Joel 2, v. 21 Micah 4, to v. 8 2nd Lesson 1 Thess. 5, v. 12 to v. 24 1 John 4, to v. 14



LESSONS PROPER FOR HOLY-DAYS

- - MATTINS EVENSONG - St Barnabas 1st Lesson Deut. 33, to v. 12 Nahum 1 2nd Lesson Acts 4, v. 31 Acts 14, v. 8 St John Baptist 1st Lesson Mal. 3, to v. 7 Malachi 4 2nd Lesson Matt. 3 Matt. 14, to v. 13 St Peter 1st Lesson Ezek. 3, v. 4 to v. 15 Zech. 3 2nd Lesson John 21, v. 15 to v. 23 Acts 4, v. 8 to v. 23 St James 1st Lesson 2 Kings 1, to v. 16 Jer. 26, v. 8 to v. 16 2nd Lesson Luke 9, v. 51 to v. 57 St Bartholomew 1st Lesson Gen. 28, v. 10 to v. 18 Deut. 18, v. 15 St Matthew 1st Lesson 1 Kings 19, v. 15 1 Chron. 29, to v. 20 St Michael 1st Lesson Gen. 32 Dan. 10, v. 4 2nd Lesson Luke 24, to v. 13 Matt. 28, to v. 10 St Luke 1st Lesson Isaiah 55 Ecclus. 38, to v. 15 St Simon and St Jude 1st Lesson Isaiah 28, v. 9 to v. 17 Jer. 3, v. 12 to v. 19 All Saints 1st Lesson Wisdom 3, to v. 10 Wisdom 5, to v. 17 2nd Lesson Heb. 11, v. 33 & 12, to v. 7 Rev. 19, to v. 17 -



ADDITIONAL PROPER LESSONS

The column headed First Evensong contains Lessons Proper for Evensong on the days before Sundays and Holy-days.

Note.—The Gospel of the Day may be read as the Second Lesson at Evensong on all Sundays and Holy-days.

FIRST EVENSONG MATTINS EVENSONG Sundays of Advent The First 2nd Lesson Luke 17, v. 20 to Matt. 24, to v. 29 18, v. 9 Second " " 1 Thess. 5, to v. 12 24, v. 29 Third " " Mark 1, to v. 16 25, to v. 31 Fourth " " James 5, v. 7 or 25, v. 31 2 Peter 3, to v. 15 Sundays after Christmas The First 2nd Lesson Luke 2, to v. 15 Luke 2, v. 15 to v. 21 Second " " Eph. 1, v. 3 to v. 15 Hebrews 6&7, to v. 4 Sundays after the Epiphany The First 2nd Lesson John 1, to v. 35 Matt. 3 Sundays in Lent The First 2nd Lesson Hebrews 2, v. 14 2 Cor. 7, to v. 12 and 3 Fourth " " John 6, v. 41 Matt. 20, v. 17 to 1 Cor. 1, v. 18 to Fifth " " v. 29 2, v. 3 Sundays after Easter Second 2nd Lesson John 10, to v. 11 John 10, v. 23 to v. 31 Sunday after Ascension-day 2nd Lesson Eph. 1, v. 3 Acts 1, to v. 12 or Hebrews 9, v. 24 Whitsunday 1st Lesson Jer. 31, v. 31 to v. 38 2nd Lesson Acts 1, v. 12 or Hebrews 8, v. 3 Trinity Sunday 1st Lesson Numb. 6, v. 22 2nd Lesson 2 Co. 13, v. 5



ADDITIONAL PROPER LESSONS

FIRST EVENSONG MATTINS EVENSONG OTHER DAYS St Andrew 2nd Lesson Mark 1, v. 14 to v. 21 St Thomas 2nd Lesson John 11, to v. 17 Christmas-day 2nd Lesson Matt. 1, v. 18 Innocents'-day 2nd Lesson Matt. 18, to v. 15 Mark 10, v. 13 to v. 17 The Circumcision 2nd Lesson Phil. 2, v. 5 to v. 12 The Epiphany 1st Lesson Isaiah 61, and 62 to v. 5 2nd Lesson Rom. 11, v. 11 to v. 25 Conversion of St Paul 2nd Lesson Acts 21, v. 37 to 22, v. 22 Purification of the Virgin Mary 1st Lesson 1 Sam. 1, v. 21 2nd Lesson Luke 2, v. 15 to Gal. 4, to v. 8 Hebrews 10, to v. v. 25 10 St Matthias 1st Lesson Jer. 23, to v. 9 2nd Lesson Acts 1, v. 15 John 15, to v. 17 John 6, v. 64 Annunciation of our Lady 1st Lesson Gen. 18, to v. 16 2nd Lesson John 1, to v. 15 Hebrews 2, v. 5 1 John 4, to v. 15 or Rev. 12 Wednesday in Easter-week 1st Lesson 1 Kings 17, v. 17 2 Kings 4, v. 17 to v. 38 2nd Lesson Matt. 28, v. 9 to Matt. 28, v. 16 v. 16 Thursday in Easter-week 1st Lesson Jonah 1, v. 17 Zech. 2, v. 10 and 2 2nd Lesson Mark 16, to v. 9 Mark 16, v. 9



ADDITIONAL PROPER LESSONS

FIRST EVENSONG MATTINS EVENSONG Friday in Easter-week 1st Lesson Job 19, v. 20 to Isaiah 25, to v. 10 v. 28 2nd Lesson 1 Cor. 15, v. 35 to v. 50 Saturday in Easter-week 1st Lesson Isaiah 25, v. 11 Isaiah 51, v. 9 too to v. 20 v. 16 2nd Lesson Phil. 3, v. 7 1 Peter 1, v. 13 St Mark 1st Lesson Isaiah 55 2nd Lesson 1 Peter 5, v. 8 Mark 1, to v. 16 Acts 12, v. 24 to 13, v. 6 Rogation Monday 1st Lesson Deut. 8 Deut. 28, to v.15 2nd Lesson Matt. 6, v. 24 James 1, to v. 18 Rogation Tuesday 1st Lesson 1 Kings 8, v. 22 Isaiah 64 to v. 41 2nd Lesson Luke 11, to v. 14 Ascension-day 1st Lesson Lev. 16, to v. 23 2nd Lesson Heb. 9, to v. 16 Wednesday in Whitsun-week 1st Lesson Isaiah 61 Numb. 18, to v. 15 2nd Lesson Luke 6, v. 12 to 1 Cor. 3, v. 16 to v. 24 4, v. 6 Thursday in Whitsun-week 1st Lesson Isaiah 62 Isaiah 51 2nd Lesson Acts 2, v. 12 to Acts 2, v. 37 v. 27 Friday in Whitsun-week 1st Lesson Malachi 1, v. 6 Malachi 2, to v. 11 2nd Lesson Luke 10, v. 13 2 Cor. 5, v. 20 to 6, v. 11 Saturday in Whitsun-week 1st Lesson Malachi 3, to v. 13 2nd Lesson Luke 12, to v. 13



ADDITIONAL PROPER LESSONS

FIRST EVENSONG MATTINS EVENSONG St Barnabas 2nd Lesson Acts 15. v. 36 St John Baptist 1st Lesson Judges 13, v. 2 to v. 15 2nd Lesson Luke 1, v. 5 to v. 26 St Peter 2nd Lesson 2 Peter 1, to v. 16 Transfiguration 1st Lesson Exodus 24, v. 9 Exodus 34. v. 29 Exodus 3, to v. 16 2nd Lesson Mark 9, to v. 11 2 Cor. 3 Luke 9, v. 18 to v. 37 St Matthew 2nd Lesson Mark 2, v. 13 to Matt. 19, v. 23 v. 18 St Michael 1st Lesson Dan. 12 or Exod. 23, v. 20 to v. 26 2nd Lesson Rev. 8, v. 2 or 10 St Luke 1st Lesson Ecclus. 39, to v. 12 2nd Lesson Philem. v. 20 Luke 1, to v. 5 Acts 1, to v. 9 All Saints 1st Lesson Ecclus. 44, to v. 16 2nd Lesson Rev. 5 or 7, v. 13 Ember Days in Lent and September Wednesday 1st Lesson Jer. 23, to v. 16 Malachi 2, to v. 11 2nd Lesson John 1, v. 29 1 Thess. 5 Friday 1st Lesson Malachi 3, to v. 13 Malachi 3, v. 13 and 4 2nd Lesson Luke 12, v. 35 to 2 Tim. 1 v. 49 Saturday 1st Lesson 1 Kings 13, to v. 2 Kings 2, to v. 16 27 2nd Lesson 2 Cor. 4 or Hebrews 13, v. 7 to v. 22



ADDITIONAL PROPER LESSONS

FIRST EVENSONG MATTINS EVENSONG Festivals of Apostles (when no other Proper Lesson is appointed) 1st Lesson Deut. 18, v. 15 or Isaiah 6 or 35 or Ezek. 2 and 3, to v. 4 2nd Lesson Matt. 10, to v. 16 Any of the Lessons of the First or v. 16 to v. 34 Evensong may be used when no or Mark 3, v. 13 other Proper Lesson is appointed. to v. 20 or Acts 1, to v. 15 or 1 Cor. 4, v. 9 to v. 17 or Eph. 2, v. 11 or Rev. 21, v. 9 Dedication Festival 1st Lesson Gen. 28, v. 10 2 Chron. 6, v. 12 2 Chron. 7, v. 12 2 v. 22 2nd Lesson 1 Cor. 3, v. 9 to 2 Cor. 6, v. 14 to John 10, v. 22 to v. 18 7, v. 2 v. 31 or Luke 19, to v. 11 Thanksgiving for Harvest 1st Lesson Deut. 25, to v. 12 or 8, v. 7 2nd Lesson John 6, v. 26 to v. 36 or Matt. 13, v. 24 to v. 31 St Kentigern (January 13) St Patrick (March 17) St Columba (June 9) The Lessons for All Saints' Day may be used / St Ninian (September 16) St Margaret of Scotland (November 16)



PROPER PSALMS ON CERTAIN DAYS

- MATTINS EVENSONG MATTINS EVENSONG - Christmas-day Psalm 19 Psalm 89 Easter-day Psalm 2 Psalm 113 45 110 57 114 85 132 111 118 Ash Wednesday Psalm 6 Psalm 102 Ascension-day Psalm 8 Psalm 24 32 130 15 47 38 143 21 108 Good Friday Psalm 22 Psalm 69 Whitsunday Psalm 48 Psalm 104 40 88 68 145 54 -



AN ADDITIONAL TABLE OF PROPER PSALMS

Any of the Psalms following may be used on the days named, and those appointed for Christmas-day, Epiphany, Easter-day, Ascension-day, Whitsunday, and the Dedication Festival, also on the evening before; and those appointed for Christmas-day, Epiphany, Easter-day, and Ascension-day, also during seven days after; and those appointed for Whitsunday, also during six days after.

Christmas-day. 2, 8, 19,* 45,* 85,* 110,* 132.* Epiphany. 19, 46, 47, 48, 67, 72, 96, 117, 135. Ash-Wednesday. 6,* 32,* 38,* 102,* 130,* 143.* Holy Week. 42, 43, 51, 141, 142, or any of the Psalms for Ash-Wednesday and Good Friday. 22,* 40,* 54,* 69,* 88.* Easter Eve (Mattins). 2,* 30, 57,* 98, 99, 100, 111,* 113,* 114,* 116, 117, 118,* 148, 149, 159. Ascension-day. 8,* 15,* 21,* 24,* 47,* 108,* 110. Whitsunday. 19, 46, 47, 48,* 68,* 96, 97, 98, 104,* 145.* Trinity Sunday. 46, 93, 97, 98, 99, 100, 148, 149, 150. Harvest Thanksgiving. 65, 67, 108, 104, 126, 144, 145, 147. Dedication Festival. 24, 48, 84, 121, 122, 127, 132.

* These Psalms must be said at Mattins and at one Evensong on the days named, in the manner prescribed, but on the evening of Christmas-day it shall suffice to use any two of the Proper Psalms.

ALTERNATIVE SELECTIONS OF PSALMS

Day of Month Psalms

7. Mattins 36, 65, 118. 11. Evensong 31, 60, 61. 13. Evensong 4, 70, 91. 16. Evensong 82, 84, 85, 134. 22. Evensong 91, 108. 28. Evensong 4. 136, 138. 31. Mattins 23, 24, 25, 26. 31. Evensong 91, 134.

These Psalms must not be used on days when Proper Psalms are appointed.



[Transcriber's note: The following two tables face each other in the original text. The Kalendar is the left-hand portion of the table and the lessons appointed for Morning and Evening Prayer are the right-hand portion.]



THE KALENDAR WITH THE TABLE OF LESSONS

Days marked with an asterisk * are those for which proper Collects, Epistles, and Gospels are canonically sanctioned in the Scottish Church.

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JANUARY HATH XXXI DAYS

1 A Circumcision of our Lord 2 b 3 c 4 d 5 e 6 f Epiphany of our Lord 7 g 8 A Lucian, Priest and Martyr 9 b 10 c 11 d 12 e 13 f Hilary, Bishop and Confessor * Kentigern or Mungo, Bishop of Glasgow 14 g 15 A 16 b 17 c 18 d Prisca, Roman Virgin and Martyr 19 e 20 f Fabian, Bishop of Rome and Martyr 21 g Agnes, Roman Virgin and Martyr 22 A Vincent, Spanish Deacon and Martyr 23 b 24 c 25 d Conversion of Saint Paul 26 e 27 f 28 g 29 A 30 b 31 c



- MORNING PRAYER EVENING PRAYER - I. LESSON II. LESSON I. LESSON II. LESSON - ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... Gen. 1, to v. 20 Matt. 1, v. 18 Gen. 1, v. 20 to 2 Acts 1 v. 4 2, v. 4 2 3, to v. 20 2, to v. 22 3, v. 20 to 4, v. 16 3 4, v. 16 2, v. 22 5, to v. 28 4, to v. 23 5, v. 28 to 6, v. 9 3 6, v. 9 4, v. 23 to 5, v. 13 7 4, to v. 32 - 8 5, v. 13 to v. 33 9, to v. 20 4, v. 32 to 5, v. 17 11, to v. 10 5, v. 33 12 5, v. 17 13 6, to v. 19 14 6 15 6, v. 19 to 7, v. 7 16 7, to v. 35 17, to v. 23 7, v. 17 18, to v. 17 7, v. 35 to 8, v. 5 20 8, v. 18 21, to v. 22 8, v. 26 - 21, v. 33 to 22, 9, to v. 18 23 9, to v. 23 v. 20 24, to v. 29 9, v. 18 24, v. 29 to v. 52 9, v. 23 24, v. 52 10, to v. 24 25, v. 5 to v. 19 10, to v. 24 25, v. 19 10, v. 24 26, to v. 18 10, v. 24 26, v. 18 11 27, to v. 30 11 27, v. 30 12, to v. 22 28 12 29, to v. 21 12, v. 22 31, to v. 25 13, to v. 26 - 31, v. 36 13, to v. 24 32, to v. 22 13, v. 26 32, v. 22 13, v. 24 to v. 53 33 14 35, to v. 21 13, v. 53 to 14 37, to v. 12 15, to v. 30 v. 13 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 37, v. 12 14, v. 13 39 15, v. 30 to 16 v. 16 40 15, to v. 21 41, to v. 17 16, v. 16 41, v. 17 to v. 53 15, v. 21 41, v. 53 to 42 17, to v. 16 v. 25 - 42, v. 25 16, to v. 24 43, to v. 25 17, v. 16 43, v. 25 to 44, 16, v. 24 to 17, 44, v. 14 18, to v. 24 v. 14 v. 14 45, to v. 25 17, v. 14 45, v. 25 to 46, 18, v. 24 to 19, v. 8 v. 21 -



[Transcriber's note: The following two tables face each other in the original text. The Kalendar is the left-hand portion of the table and the lessons appointed for Morning and Evening Prayer are the right-hand portion.]



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FEBRUARY HATH XXVIII DAYS, in every Leap Year 29 days

1 d Fast 2 e Purification of Mary the Blessed Virgin 3 f Blasius, an Armenian Bishop and Martyr 4 g 5 A Agatha, a Sicilian Virgin and Martyr 6 b 7 c 8 d 9 e 10 f 11 g 12 A 13 b 14 c Valentine, Bishop and Martyr 15 d 16 e 17 f 18 g 19 A 20 b 21 c 22 d 23 e Fast 24 f Matthias, Apostle and Martyr 25 g 26 A 27 b 28 c 29



- MORNING PRAYER EVENING PRAYER - I. LESSON II. LESSON I. LESSON II. LESSON - Gen. 46, v. 26 to Matt. 18, to v. 21 Gen. 47, v. 13 Acts 19, v. 21 47, v. 13 ..................... 18, v. 21 to 19, v. 3 ..................... 20, to v. 17 48 19, v. 3 to v. 27 49 20, v. 17 50 19, v. 27 to 20, Exod. 1 21, to v. 17 v. 17 - Exod. 2 20, v. 17 3 21, v. 17 to v. 37 4, to v. 24 21, to v. 23 4, v. 27 to 5, v. 15 21, v. 37 to 22, v. 23 5 v. 15 to 6, v. 14 21, v. 23 6, v. 28 to 7, v. 14 22, v. 23 to 23, v. 12 7, v. 14 22, to v. 15 8, v. 20 23, v. 12 8, v. 20 to 9, v. 13 22, v. 15 to v. 41 9, v. 13 24 10, to v. 21 22, v. 41 to 23, 10, v. 21 & 11 25 v. 13 12, to v. 21 23, v. 13 12 v. 21 to v. 43 26 - 12, v. 43 to 13, 24, to v. 29 13, v. 17 to 14 27, to v. 18 v. 17 v. 10 14, v. 10 24, v. 29 15, to v. 22 27, v. 18 15, v. 22 to 16 25, to v. 31 16, v. 11 28, to v. 17 v. 11 17 25, v. 31 18 28, v. 17 19 26, to v. 31 20, to v. 22 Rom. 1 21, to v. 18 26, v. 31 to v. 57 22, v. 21 to 23, 2, to v. 17 v. 10 23, v. 14 26, v. 57 24 2, v. 17 - 25, to v. 23 27, to v. 27 28, to v. 13 3 28, v. 29 to v. 42 27, v. 27 to v. 57 29, v. 35 to 30, 4 v. 11 31 27, v. 57 32, to v. 15 5 32, v. 15 28 33, to v. 12 6 3, v. 12 to 34, Mark 1, to v. 21 24, v. 10 to v. 27 7 v. 10 ..................... 1, v. 21 ..................... 8, to v. 18 34, v. 27 2, to v. 23 35, v. 29 to 36 8, v. 18 v.8 - 39, v. 30 2, v. 23 to 3, v. 13 40, to v. 17 9, to v. 19 40, v. 17 3, v. 13 Levit. 9, v. 22 to 9, v. 19 10, v. 12 Levit. 14, to v. 23 4, to v. 35 19, v. 30 to 20, 12 v. 9 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... -



[Transcriber's note: The following two tables face each other in the original text. The Kalendar is the left-hand portion of the table and the lessons appointed for Morning and Evening Prayer are the right-hand portion.]



Days marked with an asterisk * are those for which proper Collects, Epistles, and Gospels are canonically sanctioned in the Scottish Church.

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MARCH HATH XXXI DAYS

1 d David, Archbishop of Minerva 2 e Cedde, or Chad, Bishop of Lichfield 3 f 4 g 5 A 6 b 7 c Perpetua, Mauritanian Martyr 8 d 9 e 10 f 11 g 12 A Gregory the Great, Bishop of Rome, and Confessor 13 b 14 c 15 d 16 e 17 f * Patrick, Bishop 18 g Edward, King of the West Saxons 19 A 20 b 21 c Benedict, Abbot 14 22 d 23 e 3 24 f Fast 11 25 g Annunciation of Mary 26 A 19 27 b 8 28 c 29 d 16 30 e 5 31 f

The numbers here prefixed to the several days, between the twenty-first day of March and the eighteenth day of April, both inclusive, denote the days upon which those Full Moons do fall, which happen upon or next after the twenty-first day of March, in those years, of which they are respectively the Golden Numbers: And the Sunday Letter next following any such full Moon points out Easter-day for that year. All which holds until the year of our Lord 2199 inclusive; after which year, the places of these Golden Numbers will be changed.



- MORNING PRAYER EVENING PRAYER - I. LESSON II. LESSON I. LESSON II. LESSON - Levit. 25, 50 v. 18 Mark 4, v. 35 to 5, Levit. 25, v. 18 to Rom. 11, to v. 25 v. 21 v. 44 26, to v. 21 5, v. 21 25, v. 21 11, v. 25 Num. 6 6, to v. 14 Num. 9, v. 15 to 12 10, v. 11 10, v. 11 6, v. 14 to v. 30 11, to v. 24 13 - 11, v. 24 6, v. 30 12 14, & 15, to v. 8 13, v. 17 7, to v. 24 14, to v. 26 15, v. 8 14, v. 26 7, v. 24 to 8, v. 10 -16, to v. 23 16 16, v. 23 8, v. 10 to 9, v. 2 17 1 Cor. 1, to v. 26 20, to v. 14 9, v. 2 to v. 30 20, v. 14 1, v. 26 & 2 21, to v. 10 9, v. 30 21, v. 20 to v. 32 3 22, to v. 22 10, to v. 32 22, v. 22 4, to v. 18 - 23 10, v. 32 24 4, v. 18 & 5 25 11, to v. 27 27, v. 12 6 Deut. 1, to v. 19 11, v. 27 to 12, Deut. 1, v. 19 7, to v. 25 v. 13 2, to v. 26 12, v. 13 to v. 35 2, v. 26 to 3, v. 18 7, v. 25 3, v. 18 12, v. 35 to 13, 4, to v. 25 8 v. 14 4, v. 25 to v. 41 13, v. 14 5, to v. 22 9 5, v. 22 14, to v. 27 6 10, & 11, v. 1 - 7, to v. 12 14, v. 27 to v. 53 7, v. 12 11, v. 2 to v. 17 8 14, v. 53 10, v. 8 1, v. 17 11, to v. 18 15, to v. 42 11, v. 18 12, to v. 28 15, to v. 16 15, v. 42 & 16 17, v. 8 12, v. 28 & 13 18, v. 9 Luke 1, to v. 26 24, v. 5 14, to v. 20 26 1, v. 26 to v. 46 27 14, v. 20 ..................... 1, v. 46 ..................... 15, to v. 35 - 28, to v. 15 2, to v. 21 28, v. 15 to v. 47 15, v. 35 28, v. 47 2, v. 21 29, v. 9 16 30 3, to v. 23 31, to v. 14 2 Cor. 1, to v. 23 31, v. 14 to v. 30 4, to v. 16 31, v. 30 to 32, 1, v. 23 to 2, v. 14 v. 44 32, v. 44 4, v. 16 33 2, v. 14 & 3 34 5, to v. 17 Joshua 1 4 -



[Transcriber's note: The following two tables face each other in the original text. The Kalendar is the left-hand portion of the table and the lessons appointed for Morning and Evening Prayer are the right-hand portion.]



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APRIL HATH XXX DAYS

1 g 13 2 A 2 3 b Richard, Bishop of Chichester 4 c Ambrose, Bishop of Milan 10 5 d 6 e 18 7 f 7 8 g 9 A 15 10 b 4 11 c 12 d 12 13 e 1 14 f 15 g 9 16 A 17 17 b 6 18 c 19 d Alphege, Archbishop of Canterbury 20 e 21 f 22 g 23 A Saint George, Martyr 24 b 25 c Saint Mark, Evangelist and Martyr 26 d 27 e 28 f 29 g 30 A

The numbers here prefixed to the several days, between the twenty-first day of March and the eighteenth day of April, both inclusive, denote the days upon which those Full Moons do fall, which happen upon or next after the twenty-first day of March, in those years, of which they are respectively the Golden Numbers: And the Sunday Letter next following any such full Moon points out Easter-day for that year. All which holds until the year of our Lord 2199 inclusive; after which year, the places of these Golden Numbers will be changed.



- MORNING PRAYER EVENING PRAYER - I. LESSON II. LESSON I. LESSON II. LESSON - Joshua 2 Luke 5, v. 17 Joshua 3 2 Cor. 5 4 6, to v. 20 5 6, & 7, v. 1 6 6, v. 20 7 7, v. 2 9, v. 3 7, to v. 24 10, to v. 16 8 21, v. 43 to 22, , v. 24 22, v. 11 9 v. 11 23 8, to v. 26 24 10 Judges 2 8, v. 26 Judges 4 11, to v. 30 5 9, to v. 28 6, to v. 24 11, v. 30 to 12, v. 14 - 6, v. 24 9, v. 28 to v. 51 7 12, v. 14 & 13 8, v. 32 to 9, v. 25 9, v. 51 to 10, 10 Gal. 1 v. 17 11, to v. 29 10, v. 17 11, v. 29 2 13 11, to v. 29 14 3 15 11, v. 29 16 4, to v. 21 Ruth 1 12, to v. 35 Ruth 2 4, v. 21 to 5, v. 13 3 12, v. 35 4 5, v. 13 - 1 Sam. 1 13, to v. 18 1 Sam. 2, to v. 21 6 2, v. 21 13, v. 18 3 Eph. 1 4 14, to v. 25 5 2 6 14, v. 25 to 15, 7 3 v. 11 8 15, v. 11 9 4, to v. 25 10 16 11 4, v. 25 to 5, v. 22 12 17, to v. 20 13 5, v. 22 to 6, v. 10 - 14, to v. 24 17, v. 20 14, v. 24 to v. 47 6, v. 10 15 18, to v. 31 16 Phil. 1 ..................... 18, v. 31 to 19, ..................... 2 v. 11 17, to v. 31 19, v. 11 to v. 28 17, v. 31 to v. 55 3 17, v. 55 to 18, 19, v. 28 19 4 v. 17 20, to v. 18 20, to v. 27 20, v. 18 Col. 1, to v. 21 21 20, v. 27 to 21, 22 1, v. 21 to 2, v. 8 v. 5 23 21, v. 5 24, & 25, v. 1 2, v. 8 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... -



[Transcriber's note: The following two tables face each other in the original text. The Kalendar is the left-hand portion of the table and the lessons appointed for Morning and Evening Prayer are the right-hand portion.]



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MAY HATH XXXI DAYS

1 b Saint Philip and Saint James, Apostles and Martyrs 2 c 3 d Invention of the Cross 4 e 5 f 6 g Saint John, Evangelist, before the Latin Gate 7 A 8 b 9 c 10 d 11 e 12 f 13 g 14 A 15 b 16 c 17 d 18 e 19 f Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury 20 g 21 A 22 b 23 c 24 d 25 e 26 f Augustine, the first Archbishop of Canterbury 27 g Venerable Bede, Presbyter 28 A 29 b 30 c 31 d



- MORNING PRAYER EVENING PRAYER - I. LESSON II. LESSON I. LESSON II. LESSON - ..................... ..................... ..................... Colos. 3, to v. 18 1 Sam. 26 Luke 22, to v. 31 1 Sam. 28, v. 3 3, v. 18 to 4, v. 7 31 22, v. 31 to v. 54 2 Sam. 1 4, v. 7 2 Sam. 3, v. 17 22, v. 54 4 1 Thess. 1 6 23, to v. 26 7, to v. 18 2 7, v. 18 23, v. 26 to v. 50 9 3 - 11 23, v. 50 to 24, 12, to v. 24 4 v. 13 13, v. 38 to 14, 24, v. 13 15, to v. 16 5 v. 26 15, v. 16 John 1, to v. 29 16, to v. 15 2 Thess. 1 16, v. 15 to 17, 1, v. 29 17, v. 24 to 18, 2 v. 24 v. 18 18, v. 18 2 19, to v. 24 3 19, v. 24 3, to v. 22 21, to v. 15 1 Tim. 1, to v. 18 23, to v. 24 3, v. 22 24 -1, v. 18 & 2 - 1 Kings 1, to v. 28 4, to v. 31 1 Kings 1, v. 28 to 3 v. 49 1 Chron. 29, v. 10 4, v. 31 3 4 1 Chron. 29, v. 20 5, to v. 24 5 5 6, to v. 15 5, v. 24 8, to v. 22 6 8, v. 22 to v. 54 6, to v. 22 8, v. 54 to 9, v. 10 2 Tim. 1 10 , v. 22 to v. 41 11, to v. 26 2 11, v. 26 6, v. 41 12, to v. 26 3 - 12, v. 25 to 13, 7, to v. 25 13, v. 11 4 14, to v. 21 7, v. 25 15, v 25 to 16, Titus 1 v, 8 16, v. 8 8, to v. 31 17 2 18, to v. 17 8, v. 31 18, v. 17 3 19 9, to v. 39 21 Philemon 22, to v. 41 9, v. 39 to 10, 2 Kings 1 Heb. 1 v.22 2 Kings 2 10, v. 22 4, v. 8 2, & 3, to v. 7 - 5 11, to v. 17 6, to v. 24 3, v. 7 to 4, v. 14 6, v. 24 11, v. 17 to v. 47 7 4, v. 14 7 & 5 8, to v. 26 11, v. 47 to 12, 9 6 v. 20 10, to v. 18 12, v. 20 10, v. 18 7 -



[Transcriber's note: The following two tables face each other in the original text. The Kalendar is the left-hand portion of the table and the lessons appointed for Morning and Evening Prayer are the right-hand portion.]



Days marked with an asterisk * are those for which proper Collects, Epistles, and Gospels are canonically sanctioned in the Scottish Church.

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JUNE HATH XXX DAYS

1 e Nicomede, Roman Presbyter and Martyr 2 f 3 g 4 A 5 b Boniface, Bishop of Mentz, and Martyr 6 c 7 d 8 e 9 f * Columba, Abbot of Iona 10 g 11 A Saint Barnabas, Apostle and Martyr 12 b 13 c 14 d 15 e 16 f 17 g Saint Alban, Martyr 18 A 19 b 20 c Translation of Edward, King of the West Saxons 21 d 22 e 23 f Fast 24 g Nativity of Saint John Baptist 25 A 26 b 27 c 28 d Fast 29 e Saint Peter, Apostle and Martyr 30 f



- MORNING PRAYER EVENING PRAYER - I. LESSON II. LESSON I. LESSON II. LESSON - 2 Kings 13 John 13, to v. 21 2 Kings 17, to v. 24 Heb. 8 17, v. 24 13, v. 21 2 Chron. 12 9 2 Chron. 13 14 14 10, to v. 19 - 15 15 16, & 17, to v. 14 10, v. 19 19 16, to v. 16 20, to v. 31 11, to v. 17 20, v. 31 & 21 16, v. 16 22 11, v. 17 23 17 24 12 25 18, to v. 28 26, & 27 13 28 18, v. 28 2 Kings 18, to v. 9 James 1 29, v. 3 to v. 21 19, to v. 25 2 Chron. 30, & 31, 2 v. 1 - ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 2 Kings 18, v. 13 19, v. 25 2 Kings 19, to v. 20 3 19, v. 20 20, to v. 19 20 4 Isaiah 38, v. 9 to 20, v. 19 2 Chron. 33 5 v. 21 2 Kings 22 21 2 Kings 23, to v. 21 1 Peter 1, to v. 22 23, v. 21 to 24, Acts 1 24, v. 8 to 25, v. 8 l, v. 22 to 2, v. 11 v. 8 25, v. 8 2, to v. 22 Ezra 1, & 3 2, v. 11 to 3, v. 8 - Ezra 4 2, v. 22 5 3, v. 8 to 4, r. 7 7 3 8, v. 15 4, v. 7 9 4, to v. 32 10, to v. 20 5 Nehem. 1 4, v. 32 to 5, v. 17 Nehem. 2 2 Peter 1 4 5, v. 17 5 2 6, & 7, to v. 5 6 7, v. 73 & 8 3 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... - 13, to v. 15 7, to v. 35 13, v. 15 1 John 1 Esther 1 7, v. 35 to 8, v. 5 Esther 2, v. 15 & 3 2, to v. 15 4 8, v. 5 to v. 26 5 2, v. 15 6 8, v. 26 7 3, to v. 16 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... Job 1 9, to v. 23 Job 2 3, v. 16 to 4, v. 7 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... -



[Transcriber's note: The following two tables face each other in the original text. The Kalendar is the left-hand portion of the table and the lessons appointed for Morning and Evening Prayer are the right-hand portion.]



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JULY HATH XXXI DAYS

1 g 2 A 3 b Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary 4 c 5 d Translation of Saint Martin, Bishop and Confessor 6 e 7 f 8 g 9 A 10 b 11 c 12 d 13 e 14 f 15 g Swithun, Bishop of Winchester, Translation 16 A 17 b 18 c 19 d 20 e Margaret, Virgin and Martyr at Antioch 21 f 22 g Saint Mary Magdalen 23 A 24 b Fast 25 c Saint James, Apostle and Martyr 26 d Saint Anne, Mother to the Blessed Virgin Mary 27 e 28 f 29 g 30 A 31 b



- MORNING PRAYER EVENING PRAYER - I. LESSON II. LESSON I. LESSON II. LESSON - Job 3 Acts 9, v. 23 Job 4 1 John 4, v. 7 5 10, to v. 24 6 5 7 10, v. 24 9 2 John 10 11 11 3 John 12 12 13 Jude 14 13, to v. 26 16 Matt. 1, v. 18 17 13, v. 26 19 2 21 14 22, v. 12 to v. 29 3 - 23 15, to v. 30 24 4, to v. 23 25, & 26 15, y. 30 to 16, 27 4, v. 23 to 5, v. 13 v. 16 28 16, v. 16 29, & 30, v. 1 5, v. 13 to 5, v. 33 30, v. 12 to v. 27 17, to v. 16 31, v. 13 5, v. 33 32 17, v. 16 38, to v. 39 6, to v. 19 38, v. 39 & 39 18, to v. 24 40 6, v. 19 to 7, v. 7 41 18, v. 24 to 19, 42 7, v. 7 v. 21 - Prov. 1, to v. 20 19, v. 21 Prov. 1, v. 20 8, to v. 18 2 20, to v. 17 3, to v. 27 8, v. 18 3, v. 27 to 4, v. 20 20, v. 17 4, v. 20 to 5, v. 15 9, to v. 18 5, v. 15 21, to v. 17 6, to v. 20 9, v. 18 7 21, v. 17 to v. 37 8 10, to v. 24 9 21, v. 37 to 22, 10, v. 16 10, v. 24 v. 23 11, to v. 15 22, v. 23 to 23, 11, v. 15 11 v. 12 - 12, v. 10 23, v. 12 13 12, to v. 22 14, v. 9 to v. 28 24 14, v. 28 to 15, 12, v. 22 v. 18 ..................... ..................... ..................... 13, to v. 24 15, v. 18 25 16, to v. 20 13, v. 24 to v. 53 16, v. 31 to 17, 26 18, v. 10 13, v. 53 to 14, v. 18 v. 13 19, v. 13 27 20, to v. 23 14, v. 13 21, to v. 17 28, to v. 17 22, to v. 17 15, to v. 21 - 23, v. 10 28, v. 17 24, v. 21 15, v. 21 25 Rom. 1 26, to v. 21 16, to v. 24 -



[Transcriber's note: The following two tables face each other in the original text. The Kalendar is the left-hand portion of the table and the lessons appointed for Morning and Evening Prayer are the right-hand portion.]



Days marked with an asterisk * are those for which proper Collects, Epistles, and Gospels are canonically sanctioned in the Scottish Church.

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AUGUST HATH XXXI DAYS

1 c Lammas Day 2 d 3 e 4 f 5 g 6 A * Transfiguration of our Lord 7 b Name of Jesus 8 c 9 d 10 e Saint Laurence, Archdeacon of Rome, and Martyr 11 f 12 g 13 A 14 b 15 c 16 d 17 e 18 f 19 g 20 A 21 b 22 c 23 d Fast 24 e Saint Bartholomew, Apostle and Martyr 25 f 26 g 27 A 28 b Saint Augustine, Bishop of Hippo, Confessor, Doctor 29 c Beheading of Saint John Baptist 30 d 31 e



- MORNING PRAYER EVENING PRAYER - I. LESSON II. LESSON I. LESSON II. LESSON - Prov. 27, to v. 23 Rom. 2, to v. 17 Prov. 28, to v. 15 Matt. 16, v. 24 to 17, v. 14 30, to v. 18 2, v. 17 31, v. 10 17, v. 14 Eccles. 1 3 Eccles. 2, to v. 12 18, to v. 21 3 4 4 18, v. 21 to 19, v. 3 5 5 6 19, v. 3, to v. 27 - 7 6 8 19, v. 27 to 20, v. 17 9 7 11 20, v. 17 12 8, to v. 18 Jeremiah 1 21, to v. 23 Jeremiah 2, to v. 14 8, v. 18 5, to v. 19 21, v. 23 5, v. 19 9, to v. 19 6, to v. 22 22, to v. 15 7, to v. 17 9, v. 19 8, v. 4 22, v. 15 to v. 41 9, to v. 17 10 13, v. 8 to v. 24 22, v. 41 to 23, v. 13 - 15 11, to v. 25 17, to v. 19 23, v. 13 18, to v. 18 11, v. 25 19 24, to v. 29 21 12 22, to v. 13 24, v. 29 22, v. 13 13 23, to v. 16 25, to v. 31 24 14, & 15, to v. 8 25, to v. 15 25, v. 31 26 15, v. 8 28 26, to v. 31 29, v. 4 to v. 20 16 30 26, v. 31 to v. 57 - 31, to v. 15 1 Cor. 1, to v. 26 31, v. 15 to v. 38 26, v. 57 33, to v. 14 1, v. 26 & 2 33, v. 14 27, to v. 27 35 3 36, to v. 14 27, v. 27 to v. 57 36, v. 14 4, to v. 18 38, to v. 14 27, v. 57 ..................... 4 v. 18 & 5 ..................... 28 38, v. 14 6 39 Mark 1, to v. 21 50, to v. 21 7, to v. 25 51, v. 54 1, v. 21 - Ezek. 1, to v. 15 7, v. 25 Ezek. 1, v. 15 2, to v. 23 2 8 3, to v. 15 2, v. 23 to 3, v. 13 3, v. 15 9 8 3, v. 13 9 10, & 11, v. 1 11, v. 14 4, to v. 35 12, v. 17 11, v. 2 to v. 17 13, to v. 17 4, v. 35 to 5, v. 21 -



[Transcriber's note: The following two tables face each other in the original text. The Kalendar is the left-hand portion of the table and the lessons appointed for Morning and Evening Prayer are the right-hand portion.]



Days marked with an asterisk * are those for which proper Collects, Epistles, and Gospels are canonically sanctioned in the Scottish Church.

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SEPTEMBER HATH XXX DAYS

1 f Giles, Abbot and Confessor 2 g 3 A 4 b 5 c 6 d 7 e Enurchus (Evurtius), Bishop of Orleans 8 f Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary 9 g 10 A 11 b 12 c 13 d 14 e Holy Cross Day 15 f Fast 16 g * Ninian, Bishop of Candida Casa 17 A Lambert, Bishop and Martyr 18 b 19 c 20 d Fast 21 e Saint Matthew, Apostle, Evangelist, and Martyr 22 f 23 g 24 A 25 b 26 c Sainte Cyprian, Archbishop of Carthage, and Martyr 27 d 28 e 29 f Saint Michael and all Angels 30 g Saint Jerome, Presbyter, Confessor, and Doctor



- MORNING PRAYER EVENING PRAYER - I. LESSON II. LESSON I. LESSON II. LESSON - Ezek. 13, v. 17 1 Cor. 11, v. 17 Ezek. 14, to v. 12 Mark 5, v. 21 14, v. 12 12, to v. 28 16, v. 44 6, to v. 14 - 18, to v. 19 12, v. 28 & 13 18, v. 19 6, v. 14 to v. 30 20, to v. 18 14, to v. 20 20, v. 18 to v. 33 6, v. 30 20, v. 33 to v. 44 14, v. 20 22, v. 23 7, to v. 24 24, v. 15 15, to v. 35 26 7, v. 24 to 8, v. 10 27, to v. 26 15, v. 35 27, v. 26 8, v. 10 to 9, v. 2 28, to v. 20 16 31 9, v. 2 to v. 30 32, to v. 17 2 Cor. 1, to v. 23 33, to v. 21 9, v. 30 - 33, v. 21 1, v. 23 to 2, v. 14 34, to v. 17 10, to v. 32 34, v. 17 2, v. 14 & 3 36, v. 16 to v. 33 10, v. 32 37, to v. 15 4 37, v. 15 11, to v. 27 47, to v. 13 5 Dan. 1 11, v. 27 to 12, v. 13 Dan. 2, to v. 24 6, & 7, v. 1 2, v. 24 12, v. 13 to v. 35 3 7, v. 2 4, to v. 19 12, v. 35 to 13, v. 14 4, v. 19 8 5, to v. 17 13, v. 14 - 5, v. 17 9 6 14, to v. 27 7, to v. 15 10 7, v. 15 14, v. 27 to v. 53 9, to v. 20 11, to v. 30 9, v. 20 14, v. 53 10, to v. 20 11, v. 30 to 12, 12 15, to v. 42 v. 14 ..................... 12, v. 14 & 13 ..................... 15 v. 42 & 16 Hosea 2, v. 14 Gal. 1 Hosea 4, to v. 13 Luke 1, to v. 26 5, v. 8 to 6, v. 7 2 7, v. 8 1, v. 26 to v. 57 - 8 3 9 1, v. 57 10 4, to v. 21 11, & 12, to v. 7 2, to v. 21 13, to v. 15 4, v. 21 to 5, v. 13 14 2, v. 21 Joel 1 5, v. 13 Joel 2, to v. 15 3, to v. 23 2, v. 15 to v. 28 6 2, v. 28 to 3, v. 9 4, to v. 16 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 3, v. 9 Eph. 1 Amos 1, & 2, to v. 4 4, v. 16 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... -



[Transcriber's note: The following two tables face each other in the original text. The Kalendar is the left-hand portion of the table and the lessons appointed for Morning and Evening Prayer are the right-hand portion.]



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OCTOBER HATH XXXI DAYS

1 A Remigius, Bishop of Rheims 2 b 3 c 4 d 5 e 6 f Faith, Virgin and Martyr 7 g 8 A 9 b Saint Denys, Areopagite, Bishop and Martyr 10 c 11 d 12 e 13 f Translation of King Edward Confessor 14 g 15 A 16 b 17 c Etheldreda, Virgin 18 d Saint Luke, Evangelist 19 e 20 f 21 g 22 A 23 b 24 c 25 d Crispin, Martyr 26 e 27 f Fast 28 g Saint Simon and Saint Jude, Apostles and Martyrs 29 A 30 b 31 c Fast



- MORNING PRAYER EVENING PRAYER - I. LESSON II. LESSON I. LESSON II. LESSON - Amos 2, v. 4 to 3, Eph. 2 Amos 4, v. 4 Luke 5, to v. 17 v. 9 5, to v. 18 3 5, v. 18 to 6, v. 9 5, v. 17 7 4, to v. 25 8 6, to v. 20 9 4, v. 25 to 5, v. 22 Obadiah 6, v. 20 Jonah 1 5, v. 22 to 6, v. 10 Jonah 2 7, to v. 24 3 6, v. 10 4 7, v. 24 Micah 1, to v. 10 Phil. 1 Micah 2 8, to v. 26 - 3 2 4 8, v. 26 5 3 6 9, to v. 28 7 4 Nahum 1 9, v. 28 to v. 51 Nahum 2 Col. 1, to v. 21 3 9, v. 51 to 10, v. 17 Habak. 1 1, v. 21 to 2, v. 8 Habak. 2 -10, v. 17 3 2, v. 8 Zeph. 1, to v. 14 11, to v. 29 Zeph. 1, v. 14 to 2, 3, to v. 18 2, v. 4 11, v. 29 v. 4 - 3 3, v. 18 & 4 Haggai 1 12, to v. 35 Haggai 2, to v. 10 1 Thess. 1 2, v. 10 12, v. 35 Zech. 1, to v. 18 2 Zech. 1, v. 18 & 2 13, to v. 18 ..................... 3 ..................... 13 v 18 3 4 4 14, to v. 25 5 5 6 14, v. 25 to 15, v. 11 7 2 Thess. 1 8, to v. 14 15, v. 11 - 8, v. 14 2 9, v. 9 16 10 3 11 17, to v. 20 12 1 Tim. 1, to v. 18 13 17, v. 20 14 1, v. 18 & 2 Mal. 1 18, to v. 31 Mal. 2 3 3, to v. 13 18, v. 31 to 19, v. 11 3, v. 13 & 4 4 Wisdom 1 19,0. 11 to v. 28 ..................... 5 ..................... 19, v. 28 - Wisdom 2 6 4, v. 7 20, to v. 27 6, to v. 22 2 Tim. 1 6, v. 22 to 7, v. 15 20, v. 27 to 21, v. 5 7, v. 15 2 8, to v. 19 21, v. 5 -



[Transcriber's note: The following two tables face each other in the original text. The Kalendar is the left-hand portion of the table and the lessons appointed for Morning and Evening Prayer are the right-hand portion.]



Days marked with an asterisk * are those for which proper Collects, Epistles, and Gospels are canonically sanctioned in the Scottish Church.

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NOVEMBER HATH XXX DAYS

1 d All Saints' Day 2 e 3 f 4 g 5 A 6 b Leonard, Confessor 7 c 8 d 9 e 10 f 11 g Saint Martin, Bishop and Confessor 12 A 13 b Britius, Bishop 14 c 15 d Machutus, Bishop 16 e * Margaret, Queen of Scotland 17 f Hugh, Bishop of Lincoln 18 g 19 A 20 b Edmund, King and Martyr 21 c 22 d Cecilia, Virgin and Martyr 23 e Saint Clement I., Bishop of Rome, and Martyr 24 f 25 g Catherine, Virgin and Martyr 26 A 27 b 28 c 29 d Fast 30 e Saint Andrew, Apostle and Martyr



- MORNING PRAYER EVENING PRAYER - I. LESSON II. LESSON I. LESSON II. LESSON - ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... Wisdom 9 2 Tim. 3 Wisdom 11, to v. 15 Luke 22, to v. 31 11, v. 15 to 12, 4 17 22, v. 31 to v. 54 v. 3 Ecclus. 1, to v. 14 Titus 1 Ecclus. 2 22, v. 54 - 3, v. 17 to v. 30 2 4, v. 10 23, to v. 26 5 3 7, v. 27 23, v. 26 to v. 50 10, v. 18 Philemon 14, to v. 20 23, v. 50 to 24, v. 13 15, v. 9 Heb. 1 16, v. 17 24, v. 13 18, to v. 15 2, & 3, to v. 7 18, v. 15 John 1, to v. 29 19, v. 13 3, v. 7 to 4, v. 14 22, v. 6 to v. 24 1, v. 29 24, to v. 24 4, v. 14 & 5 24, v. 24 2 - 33, v. 7 to v. 23 6 34, v. 15 3, to v. 22 35 7 37, v. 8 to v. 19 3, v. 22 39, to v. 13 8 39, v. 13 4, to v. 31 41, to v. 14 9 42, v. 15 4, v. 31 44, to v. 16 10, to v. 19 50, to v. 25 5, to v. 24 51, v. 10 10, v. 19 Baruch 4, to v. 21 5, v. 24 Baruch 4, v. 36 & 5 11, to v. 17 Isaiah 1, to v. 21 6, to v. 22 - Isaiah 1, v. 21 11, v. 17 2 6, v. 22 to v. 41 3, to v. 16 12 4, v. 2 6, v. 41 5, to v. 18 13 5, v. 18 7, to v. 25 6 James 1 7, to v. 17 7, v. 25 8, v. 5 to v. 18 2 8, v. 18 to 9, v. 8 8, to v. 31 9, v. 8 to 10, v. 5 3 10, v. 5 to v. 20 8, v. 31 10, v. 20 4 11, to v. 10 9, to v. 39 - 11, v. 10 5 12 9, v. 39 to 10, v. 22 13 1 Pet. 1, to v. 22 14, to v. 24 10, v. 22 17 1, v. 22 to 2, v. 11 18 11, to v. 17 19, to v. 16 2, v. 11 to 3, v. 8 19, v. 16 11, v. 17 to v. 47 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... -



[Transcriber's note: The following two tables face each other in the original text. The Kalendar is the left-hand portion of the table and the lessons appointed for Morning and Evening Prayer are the right-hand portion.]



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DECEMBER HATH XXXI DAYS

1 f 2 g 3 A 4 b 5 c 6 d Nicolas, Bishop of Myra in Lycia 7 e 8 f Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary 9 g 10 A 11 b 12 c 13 d Lucy, Virgin and Martyr 14 e 15 f 16 g O Sapientia 17 A 18 b 19 c 20 d Fast 21 e Saint Thomas, Apostle and Martyr 22 f 23 g 24 A Fast 25 b Christmas-day 26 c Saint Stephen, the first Martyr 27 d Saint John, Apostle and Evangelist 28 e Innocents'-day 29 f 30 g 31 A Silvester, Bishop of Rome



- MORNING PRAYER EVENING PRAYER - I. LESSON II. LESSON I. LESSON II. LESSON - Isaiah 21, to v. 13 1 Pet. 3, v. 8 to 4, Isaiah 22, to v. 15 John 11, v. 47 to v. 7 12, v. 20 22, v. 15 4, v. 7 23 12, v. 20 - 24 5 25 13, to v. 21 26, to v. 20 2 Pet. 1 26, v. 20 & 27 13, v. 21 28, to v. 14 2 28, v. 14 14 29, to v. 9 3 29, v. 9 15 30, to v. 18 1 John 1 30, v. 18 16, to v. 16 31 2, to v. 15 32 16, v. 16 33 2, v. 15 34 17 - 35 3, to v. 16 40, to v. 12 18, to v. 28 40, v. 12 3, v. 16 to 4, v. 7 41, to v. 17 18, v. 28 41, v. 17 4, v. 7 42, to v. 18 19, to v. 25 42, v. 18 to 43, 5 43, v. 8 19, v. 25 v. 8 44, to v. 21 2 John 44, v. 21 to 45, 20, to v. 19 v. 8 45, v. 8 3 John 46 20, v. 19 47 Jude 48 21 - 49, to v. 13 Rev. 1 49, v. 13 Rev. 2, to v. 18 50 2, v. 18 to 3, v. 7 51, to v. 9 3, v. 7 51, v. 9 4 52, to v. 13 5 52, v. 13, & 53 6 54 7 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 55 8 56 10 57 11 58 12 - 59 14 60 15 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 16 ..................... 18 61 19, to v. 11 62 19, v. 11 63 20 64, & 65, to v. 8 21, to v. 15 65, v. 8 21, v. 15 to 22, 66 22, v. 6 v. 6 -

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