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The Collects op the Day : an Exposition, Critical, and
Devotional, of the Collects appointedat the Communion.
With Preliminary Essays on their Structure, Sources,
and General Character, and Appendices containmg
Expositions of the Discarded Collects of the First
Prayer Book of 1549, and of the Collects of Morning and
Evening Prayer.

By Bdward Meyrlck Oonlbum, D.D.,

Dmh 0(f Ntrmick.


VoLUMB I. Book I. Introdnciory.—^n the Excellences of the
Collects— On the Origin of the word Collect— On the Structure
of a Collect, as illustrated by the Collect in the Burial Service —
Of the Sources of the CollecU: Of the Sacramentary of Leo, of
the Sacramentary of Gelasius, of Gregory the Great imd his
Sacramentary, of the Use of Sarum, and of St. Osmund its
Compiler— On the Collects of Archbishop Cranmer— Of the
Restoration Collects, and of John Cosin, Prince- Bishop of
Durham— Of the Collects, as representing the Genius of the
EngUsh Church. Book II. Part I. Tfu Consta$ti Collect.
Part 11. ColUcU varying with iko EccUtiattictU Season—
Advent to Whitsunday.

VoLUMB II. Book II. contd.—Tnxat% Sunday to All Saints' Day.
Book III. On the Collects after the Offertory. Appbnoix A
Collects in the First R^ormed Prayer Booh of 1549 which
were suppressed in 1553 — The Collect for the First Communion
on Christmas Day— The Collect for St. Mary Magdalene's Day
CJuly 83). Appendix B. Exposition of the Collects of Mom'
in£ and Evening Prayer — The Second at Morning Prayer, for
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Rtetor^FamMam, EsstJt,


Advent :—Se\f'demal the Test of Relieioas Earnestness— Divine
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—Religious Joy. Nem Vear^s Strnday .'-^The Lapse of Time.
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wo^m)— Rebuking Sin {Nativity 0/ S, Jokn Ba/tist}— The
Christian Ministry (S. /**/rr>— Human Responsibility {S.
2'<u»r^«)— Guilelessness (S. Bartholomew)— T^e Danger of
Riches {S. AfattJkrw}— The Powers of Nature (S. Michael
and all y^MSf r/r>— The Danger of Accomplishments {S, Luke)
—Christian Zeal {S, SimoH and S. ^m^)— Use of Saints'

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Samuel— Saul — Early Years of David— Jeroboam— Faith and
Obedience— Christian Repentance — Contracted Views in Re-
Uffion— A Particular Providence as revealed in the Gospel-
Tears of Christ at the Grave of Lazarus — Bodily Suffering —
The Humiliation of the Eternal Son — ^Jewish Zta\ a Pattern
to Christians — Submission to Church Authority' — Contest
between Truth and Falsehood in the Church— The Church
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to Faith— The Gift of the Spirit— Resenerating Baptism—
InDuit Baptism— The Daily Service— The Good Fart of Mary
— ^Religious Worship a Remedy for Excitements — Intercession
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/rnMM)— The Thought of God. the Suy of the Sou]— Love,
the one thing needful— The Power of the Will iQumqna-

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The Visible Temple — Offerings for the Sanctuary— The
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Vol. VII.— The LapM of Time— Religion, a Weariness to the
Natural Man— The World our Enemy— The Praise of Men—
Temporal Advantages— The Season of Epiphany— The Duty
of Self-denial— The Yoke of Christ— Moses the Type of Christ
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Vol. VIII.— Reverence in Worship-^Divine Calls— The Trial of
Saul— The Call of David — Curiositva Tempution to Sin —
Miracles no Remedy for Unbelief— Josiah, a Pattern for the
l^orant— Inward Witness to the Truth of the Gospel— Jere-
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