The Alliance of Divine Offices, Exhibiting All the Liturgies of the Church of England, Since the Reformation As Also, The late Scotch Service-Book, with all their respective Variations
London, Printed for Ch. Brome, at the Gun at the West End of St. Paul's. 1699. Third Edition. Leather Bound. pp. 339, 44. 4to. Bound in full brown leather in the Cambridge style with center lozenge. Somewhat utilitarian-style 20th century reback: brown leather(?) and new endpapers. Expected age-toning and scattered foxing to contents, text remains clear; good+. And upon them all Annotations, Vindicating the Book of Common Prayer from the main objections of its adversaries, explicating many parcels thereof hitherto not clearly understood, shewing the Conformity it beareth with the Primitive Practise, and giving a fair Prospect into the usages of the ancient church. To these is added, The Order of the Communion, set forth 2 Edward VI. To Which are Added, in this Edition: The Form of Ordination; Additions and Alterations in the Liturgy; Prayers in the Convocation; Form of Prayer us'd in K. Ch. Second's Chapel at the Hague; Prayers in the time of an Invasion; Prayers at the Healing.
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