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CONNECTED WITH THE
Liturgy of the Church of England;
THE SUBSTITUTES THAT HAVE BEEN
ALTERATIONS THAT HAVE BEEN MADE IN THE
ADAPTATION OF IT TO OTHER CHURCHES.
BY THE REV. PETER HALL, M.A.
IN FIVE VOLUMES.
Val. E.-The Middleburgh Prayer-Book.
BATH: PRINTED BY BINNS AND GOODWIN.
Erasmo 9-18-5/ 76065 vol-4
DOCUMENTS are the forts and bulwarks of history: and with the revival of a taste for history, the restoration and investigation of documents must always keep pace. Towards the study of the annals of the Church of England, the Editor of the present work submits a very humble, but he would trust not altogether a valueless, contribution. His object,
an illustration of the Book of Common Prayer, is simple enough; to exhibit, at one view, the substitutes that have been successively proposed for it at home, and the alterations that have been made in the adaptation of it to other Churches. And towards such object, he ventures to think that the compilation is at once complete and compact; bringing all the materials