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An Hymn for Friday Evening,

p. 54 fou Another Hymn for Friday Evening,


- --- - An Hymn for Saturday Morning,

p. 56. Another Hymn for Saturday Morning,

ibid. An Hymn for Saturday Evening,

p. 57 Another Hymn for Saturday Évening,

P. 58. An Hymn for Christmas-Eve,

p. 59. An Hymn for Christmas-Day, ...


ibid. An Hymn for the Day after Christmas,

p.60 The Hymn of Zachariah for Christmas,

p. 61. An Hymn for Good Friday,

ibid. An Hymn for Ascension-Day, ' 'T,

p. 62. An Hymn for the Day before, and the Day after Ascension, p. 63. An Hymn for Pentecost, or Whitsuntide,

P. 64. An Hymn for the September Communion, ; - . . ibid. The Angelical Hymn to be read upon all Festivals,

p. 65. An Hymn to be said at the Time of the Communión,

p. 66. The Hymn called, Te Deum, to be read upon all Festivals, p. 68. An Hymn for the Days of Communion, or for the following Disy, p. 69. The Manner of receiving the Catechumens observ'd' in the Churches of Neufchatel and Vallangin, : .

p. 70. A Specimen of the Arguments and Exhortations upon Lessons out of the

Old Testament, as used in the Churches of Neufchatel, p. 73. A Specimen of some Arguments and Exhortations on Leffons out of the New Testament,

: p83.

The hymn for the Septemem Whitsuntidely after Accenfion.

The CONTENTS of sbe LITURGY Si used in the Church of GENE V A. ' .

DRAYERS for Monday Evening, :...

-Tuesday Morning,. .

-Friday Evening, Articles to be inserted into the Frayers upon Solemn Occasions,

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