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and that no one nod, or whisper, or flumber; and let the Deacons ftand at the Doors of the Men, and the Sub-Deacons at thofe of the Women, that no one go out, nor a Door be opened, although it be for one of the Faithful, at the Time of the Oblation. But let one of the Sub-Deacons bring Water to wath the Hands of the Priests, which is a Symbol of the Purity of thofe Souls that are devoted to God.

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op doi wey's never let no one come in Hypo-
ορθοί κύριον με
pólo è Teiμs is crifie; let us ftand upright
ὦμεν προσφέρειν. ὧν before the Lord with Fear
Huopérer of Hánovo and Trembling, to offer.
προσαγέτωσαμ το δε When this is done, let the
ea of monoty wes Deacons bring the Gifts to
3 Svaasherov & of the Bishop at the Altar: and
πρεσβύτεροι ἐκ δεξιῶν let the Presbyters ftand on
Iairs" @ π Sar- his Right-Hand, and on his
MWV SmeTwody, we a Left, as Difciples stand be-
MANNTO SESITES - fore their Mafter: But let
Suorang. Dúo - Two of the Deacons, on
δασκάλῳ. δύο ΰ διά
κονοι ἐξ ἑκατέρων
novor π ingrier each Side of the Altar, hold
Meer & Ducasneis a Fan, made up of thin Mem-
κατεχέτωσιμ ἐξ ὑμέ branes, or of the Feathers of
vwv dem av pindra, the Peacock, or of fine Cloth,
Heer Tawv, n. 96 and let them filently drive
uns à nрeμa ȧmoro away the fmall Animals that
BeTwoRN TO μined fly about, that they may not
ops inansier (wor, come near to the Cups. Let
** OTTWS AND μm 25 the High-Prieft therefore, to-
einn array" as ro xú gether with the Priefts, pray
πελλα, δξάμμα. ὖν by himfelf:and let him put on
nad sauter à apnepolis, his fhining Garment,and stand
ang mis iεpotior, è at the Altar, and make the
λαμπρὰν ἐπῆται με· Sign of the Crofs upon his
Tevdus, & sais was a Forehead with his Hand be-
Juramexw, I Témov fore all the People, and fay,
ὦ ςαυρᾶ καὶ τὸ μετώπε The Grace of Almighty God,
τῇ χειρὶ ποιησάμεν. and the Love of our Lord



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Felus Chrift, and the Fellowship · εἰς πολίτας, ἐπάτω
of the Holy Ghost be with you ʼn ders To TONTONed-
all. And let all with one εỡ, è ĥ άzá-
Voice fay, And with thy Spin & weir hur Inde
rit. The High Priest, Lift up
your Mind. All the People,
We lift it up unto the Lord;
the High Prieft, Let us give
Thanks to the Lord: All the
People, It is meet and right
fo to do. Then let the High-pol's dow & ver. C
Prieft fay, It is very meet us Enquer Toys &
and right before all things xeov, o aprεpolis"
to fing an Hymn to Thee, άχαριστήσωμεν τις κα
who art the True God, who eiῳ @ πάντες ἄξιον
art before all Beings; From Singson now o ap-
mhom the whole Family in Hea- χερούς εἰπάτω ἄξιον
ven and Earth is named; who as annows & dinguer,
only art Unbegotten, and we Távtov avuμvav
without Beginning, and with TWS OUTO DEOY,
our a Ruler, and without a wee vs Hunter öv-
Mafter; who ftandeft in need, e тão Taria
of nothing; who art the Bereave y 67 gus o-
flower of every thing that νομάζεται μόνον α
is good; who art beyond all
Caufe and Generation; who
art alway and immutably the
fame; from whom all things
came into Being, as from
their proper Original: For
thou art Eternal Knowledge,

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