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Liturgia: Seu Liber Precum Communium, Et  Administrationis Sacramentorum, Aliorumque Rituum & Ceremoniarum In  Ecclesia Anglicana Receptus: Itemque Forma & Modus Creandi, Ordinandi , & Consecrandi Episcopos, Presbyteros, & Diaconos..., 18TH CENTURY - LATIN PRAYER BOOK  [ PARSELL, T.  revised by ] .
1 18TH CENTURY - LATIN PRAYER BOOK [ PARSELL, T. revised by ] . Liturgia: Seu Liber Precum Communium, Et Administrationis Sacramentorum, Aliorumque Rituum & Ceremoniarum In Ecclesia Anglicana Receptus: Itemque Forma & Modus Creandi, Ordinandi , & Consecrandi Episcopos, Presbyteros, & Diaconos...
Londoni [London] : Impensis R. & J . Bonwicke, J. Osborn & T. Longman, B. Motte, 1727 . 0 
"Editio quarta, prioribus longissime emendatior." A very good original full leather binding. 12mo. 6.50" x 4.00" x 1.0". Dark brown calf with gilt fillet border. Hinges and corners carefully strengthened. Spine with five raised bands. Armorial bookplate to the verso of the front board: "Rogers, Stanage, Radnoshire." Frontis engraving to verso of leaf; which represents the interior of a church. On the left the pulpit, reading-desk, and clerk's desk, a clergyman saying prayers, the congregation kneeling on the marble floor (one has a kneeling-cushion) ; in the background the altar, above it the symbolic triangle, surrounded by cherubs, with the words; "Agite, neneremur supplices. flexis ante Dominum Creatorem nostrum genibus. Psal. xcv. 6." Printed title page. Dedication ends; "Tho. Parsel. Dabam a Schola Mercat. Sciff. Londoni, Kalendis Quintilibus." Clean Latin text throughout. A very good copy of an 18th century prayer book. * Referenced by ESTC N019237 / Griffiths - Latin, No. 18 ** "Thomas Parsell (1674-1720) headmaster of Merchant Taylor's School in London. Parsell's chief literary work was a translation of the Book of common Prayer into Latin. The Psalms, Epistles, and Gospels are described as being taken from Castellio's version, the rendering of the rest being Parsell's own. The first edition was published in 1706..." - See DNB. *** ROGERS, Edward (1781-1852), of Stanage Park, near Knighton, Radnoshire. Member of Parliament and High Sherriff of Radnoshire . 
Price: 140.00 GBP
 
 
Liturgia: Seu Liber Precum Communium, Et Administrationis Sacramentorum, Aliorumque Rituum & Ceremoniarum In  Ecclesia Anglicana Receptus: Itemque Forma & Modus Creandi, Ordinandi , & Consecrandi Episcopos, Presbyteros, & Diaconos..., 18TH CENTURY - LATIN PRAYER BOOK  [ PARSELL, T.  revised by ] .
2 18TH CENTURY - LATIN PRAYER BOOK [ PARSELL, T. revised by ] . Liturgia: Seu Liber Precum Communium, Et Administrationis Sacramentorum, Aliorumque Rituum & Ceremoniarum In Ecclesia Anglicana Receptus: Itemque Forma & Modus Creandi, Ordinandi , & Consecrandi Episcopos, Presbyteros, & Diaconos...
Londoni: Typis G. Boyer, Impensis J. J. & P. Knapton, J. & J . Bonwicke, J. Osborn & T. Longman, B. Motte, S. Birt, T. Ward & E. Wicksted, M DCC XXXIII. [ 1733 ] . 0 
"Editio quinta prioribus longe emendatior." A very good original full leather binding. 12mo. 6.75" x 4.00" x 1.25". Dark brown calf with gilt fillet border. Corners bumped and strengthened. Spine with five raised bands, gilt rulled, and original black leather title label: "Liturgia" . Previous owner's signature to verso of the front board: "A. J. Richardson". Front free-endpaper carefully repaired. Previous owners ink stamp: "Carolus. Bowle. Ejus. Liber. Anno. Domini. 1783." to recto of frontis. Frontis engraving to verso of leaf; which represents the interior of a church. On the left the pulpit, reading-desk, and clerk's desk, a clergyman saying prayers, the congregation kneeling on the marble floor (one has a kneeling-cushion) ; in the background the altar, above it the symbolic triangle, surrounded by cherubs, with the words; "Agite, neneremur supplices. flexis ante Dominum Creatorem nostrum genibus. Psal. xcv. 6." Printed title page. Dedication ends; "Tho. Parsel. Dabam a Schola Mercat. Sciff. Londoni, Kalendis Quintilibus." Printed title. Clean Latin text throughout. A very good copy of an 18th century prayer book. * Referenced by ESTC T140400 / Griffiths - Latin, No. 19 ** "ThomasSA Parsell (1674-1720) headmaster of Merchant Taylor's School in London. Parsell's chief literary work was a translation of the Book of common Prayer into Latin. The Psalms, Epistles, and Gospels are described as being taken from Castellio's version, the rendering of the rest being Parsell's own. The first edition was published in 1706..." - See DNB. 
Price: 140.00 GBP
 
 
The Book Of Common Prayer: And Administration Of The Sacraments, And Other Rites And Ceremonies Of The Church, According to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland : Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David..., 19TH CENTURY PRAYER BOOK - The United Parishes Of S. Margaret Lothbury, S. Christopher Le Stocks, S. Bartholomew By The Exchange  .
3 19TH CENTURY PRAYER BOOK - The United Parishes Of S. Margaret Lothbury, S. Christopher Le Stocks, S. Bartholomew By The Exchange . The Book Of Common Prayer: And Administration Of The Sacraments, And Other Rites And Ceremonies Of The Church, According to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland : Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David...
Oxford : Printed at the University Press. Sold by E. Gardner and Son, Oxford Bible Warehouse, Paternoster Row, London; And By All Booksellers, M.DCCC.LXIV. [ 1844 ] . 0 
A very good full leather binding with gilt label to front board. 4to. 12.50" x 10.25" x 1.75". Unpaginated. Polished black morocco over thick boards. Corners bumped. Front board with dulled gilt label: "The United Parishes Of S. Margaret Lothbury, S. Christopher Le Stocks, S. Bartholomew By The Exchange." Spine with 5 raised bands and dulled gilt title: "Common Prayer". All page edges gilt (now a little dulled), Original yellow endpapers soiled. Light spotting to free-endpapers. Title-page in red & black. Clear English text throughout in double columns. Each page within a red-lined border. Pages refering to Morning and Evening Prayer soiled due to previous regular use. With 4 black silk marker ribbons. A very good 19th century parayer book with an interesting provenance. ** "St Christopher le Stocks was a parish church on the south side of Threadneedle Street in the Broad Street Ward of the City of London. Of Medieval origin, it was rebuilt following the Great Fire of London in 1666, but demolished to make way for an extension of the neighbouring Bank of England. The parish was united with that of St Margaret Lothbury in 1781, and the church pulled down the next year. In 1839 Saint Bartholomew by the Exchange was added when its church was also demolished. " 
Price: 100.00 GBP
 
 
4 ANON.: A Prayer for All Seasons: The Collects of the Book of Common Prayer.
Cambridge: Lutterworth Press, 1999. 
1st ed. "This delightfully illustrated book contains all the collects that appear in the Book of Common Prayer." Unpaginated, illustrations based on wood engravings designed by Blanche McManus. P/b. F. 
Price: 5.00 GBP
 
 
5 ANSON FAMILY PRAYER BOOK The Book Of Common Prayer, And Administration Of The Sacraments, And Other Rites And ceremonies Of The Church, According To The Use Of The United Church of England and Ireland: Together with the Proper Lessons For Sundays And Other Holy-Days.
London: Samuel Bagster And Sons, 15, Paternoster Row, [ no date - c.1872? ] . 0 
16mo. 6" x 4" x 1.25" . A very good original full leather binding. Dark brown calf over thick boards. Spine with 4 raised bands and gilt title: "Church Services". With one central brass clasp (stamped "Bagster" to the rear), in working order. All page edges are bright gilt. Inner gilt rules and small gilt stamp: "Bagster Binding". Marbled endpapers. Clean endpapers, except for a neat dedication: "Madeline Anson. January 1872." ; and a later note: "Daughter of Rev. Auchild Anson, elder sister of Ethel Grace Corfield. d. 1945 at Finchampstead". Clean English text in double columns, with separate title pages at the beginning for the Prayer Book and at the beginning of the Proper Lessons. No date on either title page, so date of printing assumed from the date of the dedication. A very good book. ** "Reverend Thomas Auchild Anson was born in 1819 at 13 James Street, London, England. He was the son of General Sir George Anson and Frances Hamilton. He married Anna Jane Packe in 1846 at Mitford, Norfolk, England." (Perragecom). 
Price: 48.00 GBP
 
 
The Order for the Administration of the Holy Communion, and Occasional Offices, according to the Use of the Church of England. [ Communion service of 1662 ], BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER - HOLY COMMUNION
6 BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER - HOLY COMMUNION The Order for the Administration of the Holy Communion, and Occasional Offices, according to the Use of the Church of England. [ Communion service of 1662 ]
London: William Pickering [Charles Whittingham, Printer, Chiswick ], 1848 . 0 
A very good decorated full leather binding. 8vo. 8.25" x 6.50" x 1.0". No pagination. Blind stamp decoration on thick boards. Both boards with gilt titles (in a gothic script): "Holy Communion, Occasional Offices." Spine with 5 raised bands. Bright gilt and gauffered page edges. Marbled endpapers. Gift dedication to front free-endpaper: "Robert Thomas Whitmarsh. In remembrance of the late Revd. Edmund Blake of Beaumenton Feby. 4th 1883". Printed in red & black in Gothic letter, rubricated throughout and with ornaments. A very good book in a very good binding. Part of Pickering's famous prayer book (1662 edition) with the title page for Holy Communion and containing: 1. The Order of the Administration of Holy Communion; 2. The Ministration of Public Baptism of Infants; 3.The Ministration of Private Baptism of Children; The Ministration of Baptism to such as are of riper Years; 5. A Catechism; 6. The Order of Confirmation; 7. The Form of Solemnization of Matrimony; 8. Order for the Visitation of the Sick; 9. The Communion of the Sick; 10. The Order for the Burial of the Dead; 11. The Thanksgiving of Women after Child-birth; 12. A Commination, Or Denouncing of God's anger and judgements against sinners. 
Price: 250.00 GBP
 
 
7 BURGESS, H.J. Prayer Book Spirituality.
Otterton: Brexworthy Press, Fort House Publications, 1990. 0950590185 0950590185 / 9780950590189 
2nd imp. "The object of this booklet is to try to restate for the man in the pew the value of the Book of Common Prayer in terms of its spiritual worth as a book of worship." Pp. 28. Paperback, minor crease to front near spine. VG. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
8 CAREY, W.J. The Book of Common Prayer Simply Explained (Little Books on Religion. No.137).
London: SPCK. 1949. 
"Puts the Prayer Book into the ordinary person's hands, and shows him its beauty and its meaning". Pp 61. P/b, slight rusting to staples. G+.  
Price: 3.00 GBP
 
 
9 CLARKE, Basil F.L.: Lesson Notes on the Prayer Book.
London: SPCK, 1943. 
1st ed. Study. Pp. 8/77, faint mark to fep. Blue cloth, d/w. G+/G+. 
Price: 6.00 GBP
 
 
10 DARBYSHIRE, J.R.: Our Treasury of Praise and Prayer: Chapters on the History and Contents of the Book of Common Prayer.
London: SPCK, 1949. 
1st ed. Study of the Book of Common Prayer. Pp. 160, old sticky label mark to fep. P/b, old tape mark to spine. G+. 
Price: 12.00 GBP
 
 
11 DURELL, J.C.V.: The New Prayer Book in Relation to Life. A Study of some of the features of the revised book and the Principles underlying.
London: SPCK, 1927. 
1st ed. Study. Pp. 63, spotting to title page and last page. P/b. G+. 
Price: 5.00 GBP
 
 
La Liturgie; Ou Formulaire Des Prieres Publiques, Selon l'usage de L'Eglise Anglicane. Nouvelle Edition. Revue Et Corrige'e., FRENCH HUGUENOT PRAYER BOOK - CHURCH OF ENGLAND .
12 FRENCH HUGUENOT PRAYER BOOK - CHURCH OF ENGLAND . La Liturgie; Ou Formulaire Des Prieres Publiques, Selon l'usage de L'Eglise Anglicane. Nouvelle Edition. Revue Et Corrige'e.
A Londres ( London ) : Chez Paul Vaillant dans le Strand, MDCCXLVIII. [1748] . 0 
A very good original full leather binding. 12mo. 14.3cm x 8.4cm x 2.5cm. pp.50/438. Brown speckled calf. Spine with four raised bands, gilt decorated compartments and gilt title: "Liturgie". The gilt is rubbed and the edges bumped. Late 19th century engraved armorial bookplate to verso of the front board: "Ex Libris The Earl Of Portsmouth." Signed; "F.W. iv." [Frances Wolsley] Title in red and black. Light toning througohut. Clear French text in double columns. A hand-sized prayer book in very good condition. Referenced by Griffiths French No. 25 (p.492). Paul Vaillant the Younger (1716-1802) “an opulent and respectable bookseller in the Strand”. Vaillant was the grandson of a Huguenot refugee who came to England in 1686..." - See A Dictionary of Printers and Printing By Charles Henry Timperley. *** "Newton Wallop, 6th Earl of Portsmouth JP, DL (19 January 1856 - 4 December 1917), styled Viscount Lymington until 1891, was a British Liberal politician. He served as Under-Secretary of State for War under Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman from 1905 to 1908." - See Wikipedia. 
Price: 64.00 GBP
 
 
13 GEE, Henry. The Elizabethan Prayer-Book and Ornaments.(With an Appendix of Documents).
London: Macmillan and Co., 1902. 
1st ed. History of the revision of the Prayer Book and the fate of Church Ornaments at the beginning of Elizabeth Ist's reign. Chapters include: I.The Current Story of the Revision: 1. Modern Accounts. 2.The Account in Strype. 3. Historians befor Strype.4. Examination of the 'Device'. 5. Examination of Guest's Letters. 6. The Queen's Supposed Wishes. II.The Story Reconstructed: 1. Early Weeks of the Reign. 2. The Committee Meet. 3. Parliament and Convocation of 1559. 4. The Prayer-Book Defeated. 5. Events of the Easter Recess. 6. The Prayer-Book Passes. 7. The Proviso to the Uniformity Act. III.The Sequel:Rival Policies: 1. The Ornaments Rubric. 2. Policy of the Injunctions. 3. A Compromise as Regards Vestments.4.The Advertisements A Rule and Concession. IV.Some Further Details about Chruch Goods. 1. Further Prayer-Book Changes. 2. Alterations in Chancels. 3.Fate of Other Articles. Appendix of Documents. Pp.24/288/39(ads), toning to endpapers. Blue cloth, gilt title to spine, spine slightly darkened, wear to top and tail of spine. VG.  
Price: 28.00 GBP
 
 
14 HOLLINGS, Michael.: Praying with the New Catechism.
Great Wakering: McCrimmons, 1994. 
1st.ed. "The prayer book includes Section Four of the Catechism Christian Prayer." 23.cms. x 16.cms. Pp, 102. P/b. VG. 
Price: 6.00 GBP
 
 
15 HOLLIS, Gertrude.: How the Prayer Book Came to Us. A History for Young People.
London: Faith Press Ltd., 1928. 
1st ed. Pp. 171/1 (ad), owner's name and slight mark to fep. P/b. G+. 
Price: 18.00 GBP
 
 
16 JERVOIS, Rev. W. H. / GRAFTON, Right Rev. C. C. The Christian's Manual : a Book of Instruction and Devotion Containing the Chief Things Which a Christian Ought to Know, Believe, and Do, to His Soul's Health
London: Rivingtons, 1916 . 0 
16mo. pp.12/pp.484/[[128pp. - The Psalms Of David.] . A nice tight binding. Black cloth covered boards. Gilt title to front board. Dedication to front free-endpaper. Clean text throughout. G+. 
Price: 30.00 GBP
 
 
17 LITTLEHALES, Henry .: Pages in facsimile from a layman's prayer-book in English about 1400 A. D. : containing mediæval versions of the Lord's prayer, Te Deum, Magnificat, etc. edited from the original in the British Museum, MS. 27,592, by Henry Littlehales.
London: Rivingtons, Waterloo Place, 1890 . 
4to. pp.12/[14 leaves of plates ]. 25cm x 19cm .Grey boards with title in red & black. Edges a little rubbed and soiled. Light toning to endpapers, otherwise clean text and illustrations. G+. 
Price: 50.00 GBP
 
 
18 LOUGHBOROUGH, G.W and LAMB, E.M.: The Church and the Prayer Book.
London: S.P.C.K. 1953. 
1st ed. Pp 78. Name to fep. P/b. G+. 
Price: 5.00 GBP
 
 
19 MARTIN, David, and MULLEN, Peter.: No Alternative. The Prayer Book Controversy.
Oxford: Basil Blackwell,1981. 
1st ed. "A storm of controversy greeted the publication of the ASB(Alternative Service Book). 'No Alternative' culls some of the more striking contributions to this debate and jextaposes them with important original articles by some of the protagonists and other commentators which set the controversy in its full doctrinal, literary and artistic context and analyse parallels elsewhere in the world." Pp.18/238. P/b. VG. 
Price: 7.00 GBP
 
 
20 MAUDE, Rev J H. A History of the Book of Common Prayer.
London: Rivingtons, 1909. 0 
4th edition. Oxford Church Text Book series. Pp.134/4(ads),publishers ads to endpapers,light spotting to endpapers. Blue cloth, rubbing to edges. G+. 
Price: 5.00 GBP
 
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