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Order of the Communion' (1348)
20, 325.
translated into Latin by Corer

dale and Ales, 65.
Ordinal, the Mediæval, 435; the frst

reformed, 28; the present, 43),
441; alteration proposed (1639),

157.
Ordinale, 8.
Ordinarium Missa, 315.
Ordination, the Canonical times of,

434,
Ordines majores, minores, 433, A.
Organs, 176, n.
Ornaments of the Church, 201.
O Sapientia, 194, n.
OSMÚND (Bishop of Salisbury),

arranged the Use of Sarum, 4,

314.

Palm-Sunday, 279.
Parliament, Prayer for the, 262.
Passion-Sunday, 278.
Passion Week, 279.
Passionarius, 8.
PAUL (St.), Conversion of, 298.
Pax, the, 323, n.
Penitential Psalms, the, 13, . ; 278,

408.
Pentecost, 290 ; see Whil-Sunday.
Perambulation of parishes, 288.
PETER and Paul (Sts.), the most

ancient of the festivals of the
Apostles, 298, n.
Pica, Pie, 8.
Placebo, 416, n.
POLLANUS (Valerandus), 45; the

Strasburg Liturgy, 46.
POLYCARP, supposed to quote the lan-
Reception of the Reformed Offices, 26,

Memoria, 16, n., 48, 187, 220.
Metrical Latin Hymns, 173;.

versions of the Psalms, 175.
MICHAEL and All Angels, 301.
Middleburgh Prayer-Book, 84.
Midlent Sunday, 278.
Millenary Petition, the, 86.
Missa, 304, n.
Missa Sicca, 315, n., 355.
Missæ Ordinarium et Canon secundum

Usum Sarum, 315.
Missal, 9; the Roman not adopted in

England, 3; but adopted in Ire-

land, 5.
Morning Prayer, the Order of, 203;

formed from the Offices of Matins,

Lauds, and Prime, 181.
Musical Notation of the Canticles, &c.,

by Cranmer, 174.
Mystagogia, 304, n.

Nativity of Christ, 269; see Christ-

mas.
New Version of the Psalms, 177.
Nicene Creed, 228, 233 ; see Creed.
Nocturns, 10, 182; Basil's account of

the Nocturnal Service, 215, n.
Non-communicants, 327, 344, n.;

when to withdraw, 358, n.
Nonconformists, address Charles II.,

110.
Non-jurors, the, 160 ;

revived the Communion Office

(1549), 161.
Notorious evil livers, 339.
NOWELL's Catechism, 393.
Nuremberg Service (Luther's), 39.

guage of the Liturgy, 308, n.
Portiforium, the Breviary so called

in England, 11.
Post-communio, the anthem, 325.
Post-Communion, the Service after
reception of the Lord's

Supper, 352
POYNET, author of the Larger Cate

chism, 391.
Præsanctificatio, 280, n.
Prayers, on Several Occasions, 260;

for the King's Majesty, 239 ;
for the Royal Family, 241 ;
for the Clergy and People, 242;
for the Parliament, 262;
for all Conditions of men, ib.;

of St. Chrysostome, 242.
Preaching forbidden, 21, 52.
Preces privatæ, 76.
Preces, the Prayers, 192, 237.

Oath of Supremacy, 28; of Sove-

reignty, 57, 420; of Canonical Obe-

dience, (Mediæval), 439, 440, n.
Oblations, 343.
Obsecrations of the Litany, 254.
Occasional Forms of Prayer (Elizabe-
than), 61 ;

Prayers, 260.
Octaves of Festivals, 284, n.
Offering days, 342, n.
Offertorium, 317, n.
Offertory, 312.
Officium divinum, 11; parvum, ib.;
pro defunctis, 416, n.

the Anthem, or Introit, 316.
Orarium, 76.
Orationes, Collects, 189.
Orders, Holy, retained at the Re-

formation, 28, n., 433.

57.
Regeneration, 373, n.; disliked by

the Presbyterians, 117, 127, 130.
Reservation of the consecrated ele.

ments for the Communion of the
Sick (1549), 413 ; retained in Had.

don's Latin Prayer-Book (1560), 70.
Responds, 183, 196.
Requiem, 416, n.
Restoration of K. CHARLES II., 108,

State Service for, 444.
Revision of the Prayer-Book (1552), 31;

(1559), 54;

(1604), 90;
for Scotland (1637), 94;

(1661), 136;
attempted in 1689, 145.
RIDLEY (Bishop), removes altars, 29;

his debate with Hooper about vest-

ments, 30.
Ring in Marriage, 128, 155, 402.
Rochette, 199.
L'ogation days, 288; Sunday, 150.
RUFFINUS, his Creed of Aquileia, 228,

232.

Preface, to the Book of Common

Prayer, the original (1549), 25; the
present (1661), 138; in the Com-

munion Office, 346.
Presbyterians, the, 102;

their 'Exceptions' to the Prayer-

Bojk, 115.
Priests, Ordination of, 436.
Prime, the Service at, 187.
Primer, the, 12; reformed, 75.
Private Communions substituted for

Private Masses, 27, n.
Private Devotion, books of, 75.
Procession, the Litany so called, 18, n.;

used in the 4th century, 247.
Psalıns, the, 214; Version of, 215;

thé vii., or the Penitential, 13, n.,

278, 408;
the xv., or the Gradual, 13, n.;
of Commendation of souls, 13;
of the Passion, ib. ;
said weekly, 214, n. ;
numbers of, repeated by monks,

ib.;
Selections of, in the American

Church, 216, n.;
Metrical, 59, 175; allowed in

Elizabeth's Injunctions, 176 ;
Sternhold's Version, 175;

the New Version, 177.
Psalterium, 8.
Psalter, arrangement of, for Service,
214;
Version of, in the Prayer-Book,

215.
Purification of the Blessed Virgin

Mary, 300.
Puritan objections to the Prayer-
Book, 86, 115; editions of it, 80;

substitutes for it, 83;
the Book of Discipline,' 83 ;
the Book of the form of Com-

mon Prayer,' 84.
Quadragesima, 276.
Queen, Prayer for the, 239; in the

Communion Office, 341; Accession

of the, 422.
QUIGNONEZ (Cardinal), reforms the

Roman Breviary, and introduces
more reading of Scripture, 4, n.,

25, 217, n.
Quinquagesima, 276.
Reading, saying, or singing, 213, n.
Reading pew, or desk, 198.
Reception of converts, Form of Service

proposed for the, 171.

Sacraments, numerous, in the lan-

guage of the ancients, 394; the

Seven of the Romish Church, 393, n.
Sacramentary, 9.
Salutation of Minister and People, 236.
SANCROFT, takes a leading part in the

revision of the Prayer-Book (1661),

136 ; Nonjuror, 160.
Saints' days, 298 ;

occurring on Sunday, 220;
New Collects composed for, 298 ;
Lessons for, 298 ;
names retained in the Calendar,

63;
and in the Latin Prayer-Book

(1560), 69;

Festival of All Saints, 302.
Salvation of baptized infants, strongly

opposed by Baxter, 142, n.
Savoy, Conference at the, 113.
Scotland, the Prayer-Book for (1637),

94; the English Prayer-Book gene-

rally used by Episcopalians in, 96, n.
Scottish Communion Office, 162, 451.
Sea, Form of Prayer for uso at, 107,

141, 432.
Sealed Books, the, 138.
Second Prayer-Book of Edward VI.,

32, 38.
Sentences, at the beginning of the

Daily Prayer, 205.

Septuagesima, 276.

Troptrium, 8.
Sequentiæ, antnems so called, 8, 317. Tuncle, 200, n.
Sermologus, 8.
Service-Books, names of Mediæval, Unction, Extreme, 411;

7; early proposal to amend, 16; form of anointing the Sick (1549),
destroyed, 28.

412, n.
Sexagesima, 276.

Uniformity, the Act of,
Shrove Tuesday, 277, n.

Edward VI., 22, 29;
Sick, the Order for the Visitation of

Elizabeth, 55;
the, 408 ; formed from the Mediæval

Charles II., 142, A.
Office, ib. ; private and special Con- Usages, the (Nonjuror), 161.
fession urged, 410; declarative Ab- Uses, variety of, in England, 3; and
solution, 156, 410;

in Ireland, 5; the Roman gradually
Communion with reserved Ele- introduced, 3; of St. Paul's, 4, .;

ments (1549), 413; added to of Sarum, 4.
the Office of Visitation of the
Sick, 415;

Veni, Creator Spiritus, 438.
form of anointing (1549), 412, n. Versicles, the, 188, 193, 237.
Socinian Prayer-Book, 164.

Versions of the Prayer-Book ; into
Solitary Masses, 315, n.

French, 37; Latin, 37, 4., 60, 65,
Sponsors, in Baptism, 361, n.; object- 74; Irish, 93,
ed to by the Presbyterians, 123; Vespers, Service at, 191.
number of, 363 ; charge to the, 374; Vestment, the, 199, n.
demands addressed to the, 368; pa- Vestments, 30, 198 ;
rents to be, 1.2, 303, n.

discarded in King Edward's Se
State Holy-days, Services for the, 444.

cond Prayer-Book, 200 ;
STEPNIEN (St.), 271.

Advertisements of Elizabeth
Subdeacon, 133, n.

(1564), 201.
Suicide, 421.

Vigiliæ mortuorum, 416, n.
Surplice, 199, n.; proposed partial VIRGIN MARY, the, Seven Festivals
disuse of the, 109, 147.

of, 299; Hours' of, 11; Annunci.
Symbolum, 227 ; see Creed.

ation of, 300; Purification of, ib.
Synaxis, 304, n.

Visitation of the Sick, 408.
Synodals, 217.
Te Deum, 221.

Westminster Assembly, the, 101.
Telete, 304, n.

Whitsunday (Pentecost), 290.
TERTULLIAN, the Apostles' Creed

origin of the name, 290 ;
given by, 228, 232.

proper Psalms and Lessons, 291.
Textus, Textevangelium, the Book of

White-Sunday (Dominica in Albis),
the Gospels read at Mass, 9.

284, n. ; 290, n.
Thanksgiving, commenced with the

WHITAKER, author of a Prayer-Book
Lord's Prayer, after Communion,

in Greek and Latin, 74.
353 ; and after Baptism, 374;

WHITGIFT (Archbishop), queries of
of Women, the Service for the, 427.

matters likely to be debated about
Thanksgivings on several Occasions,

the Prayer-Book (1603), 87.
263.

Whitsuntide, a solemn time of Bap-
Touching for the King's Evil, the

tism, 362.
Service at, 169.

WILLIAM III., his Declaration, 144 ;
Tractus, anthem so called, 317.

Commission to revise the Prayer-
Trentals, 417, n.

Book, 145; proposals of the
Trine immersion in Baptism, 371.

Commissioners, 146.
Trinity Sunday, 293;

• Worship,' meaning of the term in
Sundays after, 294;

the Marriage Service, 403, n.
Twenty-fifth Sunday after, 297 ;
Twenty-seventh Sunday after, the Year, the Ecclesiastical diviaion of
Logsons on the, 297, n.

the, 265.

LONDON :
R. CLAY, SON, AND TAYLOR, PRINTERS,

BREAD STREET WILL

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