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Unto Thee, O my Strength, &c., (P. 378.) Note. If there be less than six weeks between the Epiphany and Septuagesima, as many of the foregoing weeks as may be necessary are omitted, and the Office commences on the even ing before Septuagesima Sunday as im mediately hereafter given; but the Antiphons, Prayers, and Homilies of the omitted Simdays are afterwards used for the latter Sundays before Advent.
 
Unto Thee, O my Strength, &c., (P. 378.) Note. If there be less than six weeks between the Epiphany and Septuagesima, as many of the foregoing weeks as may be necessary are omitted, and the Office commences on the even ing before Septuagesima Sunday as im mediately hereafter given; but the Antiphons, Prayers, and Homilies of the omitted Simdays are afterwards used for the latter Sundays before Advent.
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Advent.
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Before The Sabbath before the Lord^s Day within Seventy Days of Easter.
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VESPERS.
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The Chapter and Prayer are taken from the Lauds of the next morning.
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Antiphon at the Song of the Blessed Virgin. The Lord said unto Adam : * Of the tree which is in the midst of the garden thou shalt not eat : in the hour that thou eatest thereof, thou shalt surely die.
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At the end, the words, "Bless we the Lord," are said thus Verse. Bless we the Lord Alleluia, Alleluia.
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Answer. Thanks be to God Alleluia, Alleluia.
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This is the Farewell to the Alle luia, which word is not uttered in the Office again till Easter. At the Compline of this evening and every other Service, after the " Glory VOL. I.
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Josh. i. 5. Ps. cxvii. 6.
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O 2 THE PROPER OFFICE OF THE SEASON.
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be to the Father, &c.," at the beginning, instead of "Alleluia," is said : Ceaseless praise to Thee be given, O Eternal King of Heaven.
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If the Vespers of this evening be of a Festival, a Commemoration is made of the Saturday, and the Fare well to the Alleluia takes place as above.
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Iffrom Septuagesima to Low Sun day, both inclusive, a Feast fall on a Sunday, it is transferred, or simpli fied, unless it be a Double of the First Class, as the Patronal Feast, or the Anniversary of the Consecration of the Church where the Service takes place, to which occasions yield all the Sun days except the First in Lent, and Passion, Palm, Easter, and Low Sundays. 1

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