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Title: The manuall of prayers, or the prymer in Englyshe set out at lengthe, whose contentes the reader by the prologe next after the kalendar, shal sone perceaue and there in shal se brefly the order of the whole boke. Set forth by Ihon late bysshope of Rochester at the co[m]aundement the ryght honorable Lorde Thomas Cro[m]wel, Lorde Priuie seale Uicegerent to the Kynges hyghnes.
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Print source: The manuall of prayers, or the prymer in Englyshe set out at lengthe, whose contentes the reader by the prologe next after the kalendar, shal sone perceaue and there in shal se brefly the order of the whole boke. Set forth by Ihon late bysshope of Rochester at the co[m]aundement the ryght honorable Lorde Thomas Cro[m]wel, Lorde Priuie seale Uicegerent to the Kynges hyghnes.
Church of England., Hilsey, John, d. 1539.

[[London]: Imprynted at bottoll lane, at the sygne of the whyt beare by me Ihon Mayler for Ihon Waylande, and be to sell in powles churchyarde, by Andrewe Hester at the whyt horse, and also by Mychel Lobley, at the sygne of saynt Mychell. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum, 1539]
Alternate titles: Book of hours (Salisbury). English Liturgies. Hours. Salisbury.
Notes:
Imprint from colophon.
At foot of title page: Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum.
Signatures: A-Z4 2A-2G4.
Reproduction of the original in the Boston Public Library, Boston, Mass.
Imperfect: the title page is a facsimile.
Subject terms:
Primers (Prayer-books) -- Church of England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A05808.0001.001

Contents
title page
¶ Iohn late Bysshop of Rochester vnto the right honorable, Thomas LOERE Crumwell Lorde Pryuye seale, viceregent to the kynges hyghnes, wyssheth and desyreth graet peace and helth in God the father, by the holy Ghoste thorowe our LORDE Iesus Christ.
calendar
The prologe to the kalender.
calendrical table
month January
month February
month March
month April
month May
month June
month July
month August
month September
month October
month November
month December
prologue
part
creeds
¶ The Symbole or Crede of the greate doctour Athanasius dayly rede in the churche.
Apostles' creed
gospel readings
¶ The Gospell of Saynt Matthewe Mencyonynge the incarna∣cion of Iesus Christ.
¶ A lesson of the Gospell of S. Ihon declarynge the passion of oure master Christ. Ihon .xviii.
¶ A prayer.
¶ A lesson of the Gospell of Saynte Luke mencionynge the resurrection of Christ Luc. iii.
¶ A lesson of the Gospell of Saynt Marke mencyonynge the ascenscion of Christ. Mar. xvi.
¶ The secōde parte of thys Manuall called prayer.
prayers
¶ An order and forme of byddynge of the bedes by the kynges commaundement.
¶ The seuen peticions of the Pater noster.
¶ The salutacion of the aungell called the Aue maria.
¶ A prayer to be sayde in the mor∣nynge when you aryse.
¶ The grace to be sayde afore dynner.
¶ Grace after dynner.
¶ The grace before supper
¶ Grace after supper.
¶ Whan thou shalt go to bedde saye thys.
¶ The abrogacion of the holy dayes.
offices
Matyns.
¶ A Preface to the Matyns and the other houres declaryng the institution of them, and for what cause they be recea∣ued and accustomed to be sayd in the church, and amonge other Christians.
prayer
¶ The .xciiii. Psalme. Venite exultemus.
¶ The hymne. Veni creator spiritus.
¶ The .. Psalme. Verba mea auribus.
¶ The .xxiiij. Psalme. Ad te domine.
¶ The .lxxxv. Psalme. Inclina domine.
antiphon
¶ The fyrst lesson.
antiphon
¶ The seconde lesson.
antiphon
¶ The .iii. lesson. Deut. v.
antiphon
¶ The songe of Augustyn and Ambrose. The deum laudamus.
¶ The .li. psalme.
antiphon
The laudes.
¶ The .Ciij. Psalme. Benedic anima mea.
¶ The songe of thre chyldren.
¶ The .C.xlviij. psalme. Laudate dominum de coelis.
The .Cxlix. Psalme. Cantate domino.
¶ The .C.l. Psalme. Laudate dominum in.
The hymne. Laudetur deus.
¶ The songe of Zachary the prophet. Benedictus Dominus.
¶ The prayer.
¶ The memory of the holy goost.
¶ The prayer.
¶ The prayer.
¶ The prayer.
¶ The prayer.
¶ A memory of the passion of Christ.
¶ The prayer
¶ A memory of the compassion of our Lady.
¶ The prayer.
¶ The pryme.
Prayse ye the Lorde.
¶ The .liij. psalme. Deus in no.
The .C.xvii. Psalme. Confitemini domino.
¶ The .cxiv. psalme. Lauda anima mea.
¶ The prayer.
¶ A memory of the passion of Christ.
¶ The prayer.
¶ The prayer.
The thyrde houre.
Prayse ye the Lorde. ¶ The hymne.
¶ The .xxxij. Psalme. Exultate iusti.
The .C.xviij. Psalme. Beati immaculati.
¶ The .C.xlvi. Psalme. Laudate dominum.
¶ The prayer.
¶ A memory of the passion of Christ
¶ The prayer.
¶ A memory of our Lady.
¶ The prayer.
office Sext
¶ Prayse ye the Lorde. ¶ The hymne.
¶ The .xxxiij. psalme. Benedicam dominum.
The .C.xviii. Psalme. Retribue seruo tuo.
The .C.xvi. Psalme. Laudate Dominum omnes.
¶ The prayer.
¶ A memory of the passion of Christ.
¶ The prayer.
¶ A memory of our lady:
¶ The prayer.
¶ The glorious passion of the vyrgyns sonne, Brynge vs to the blysse of the heauenly kyngdom.
Prayse ye the Lorde. ¶ The hymne.
The .lxvi. psalme. Deus misere.
The .Cxviij. psalme. Adhesit pauimènto.
¶ The .C.xliiii. Psalme. Exaltabo te deus.
¶ The prayer.
¶ A memory of the passion of Christ.
¶ The prayer.
¶ The prayer.
The euensonge.
The .C.xi. Psalme. Beatus uir qui timet Dominum.
The .C.xii. Psalme. Laudate pueri dominum.
The .C.xiij. Psalme. Inexitu Israel de Aegypto.
The C.xxxiiii. Psalme. Laudate nomen domini.
The .Cxxxv. Psalme. Confitemini domino.
¶ The antheme.
¶ Matthew .i. Chapter.
¶ Thankes be to God. ¶ The hymne.
¶ The songe of the blessed Mary. Magnificat anima.
¶ The prayer.
¶ The memory of the holy goost.
¶ The prayer.
¶ A memory of the moost holy Trinite.
¶ The prayer.
¶ A memory of our Lady.
¶ The prayer.
¶ A memory of all sayntes.
¶ The prayer.
¶ A memory of the passion of Christe.
¶ The prayer.
¶ A memory of our Lady.
¶ The prayer.
¶ What is ment by thys worde (Complyne.) ¶ Thys worde complyn, is no more to say but an accomplishe∣ment or fulfyllynge. And for so muche as of all the seruyces that are dayly done in the churche, this is the last, therfore it is called complyne, as who shulde saye, that in the same, all the holye ser∣uice of the daye is fullye complete and ended.
The .iiij. Psalme. Cum inuocarem exaudiuit.
The .xxx. Psalme. In te domime speraui.
The .C.xxxiii. Psalme. Ecce nunc benedicite dominum.
The .C.xxxvii. psalme Confitebor tibi domine.
¶ The Chapter.
¶ Thankes be to God. ¶ The hymne.
¶ The songe of Simeon. Nunc dimittis seruum tuum domine.
¶ The prayer.
A memory of the passion of Christ.
¶ The prayer.
¶ A memory of our Lady.
¶ The prayer.
¶ The prayer.
¶ A prayer of Christ oure sauyoure.
¶ The prayer.
¶ Here after followeth a deuoute prayer vnto Iesus our sauioure.
¶ The antheme
¶ A prayer vnto Christ.
¶ The .xv. prayers called the xv. Ooes.
¶ The .i. prayer.
¶ The .ii. prayer.
¶ The thyrde prayer.
¶ The .iiij. Prayer.
¶ The .v. prayer
¶ The .vi. prayer.
¶ The .vij. prayer.
¶ The .viij. prayer.
¶ The .ix. prayer.
¶ The .x. prayer.
¶ The .xi. prayer.
¶ The .xij. prayer.
¶ The .xiii. prayer.
¶ The .xiiij. prayer.
¶ The .xv. prayer.
¶ Here after followeth the seuen penitentiall Psalmes.
The .vi. Psalme. Domine ne in furore tuo.
The .xxxi. Psalme. Beati quorum remisse.
The .xxxvii. Psalme. Domine ne in furore.
The .ii. Psalme. Miserere mei Deus.
The .C.i. Psalme. Domine exaudi orationem meam.
The .C.xxix. Psalme. Deprofundis clamaui.
The .C.xlij. Psalme. Domine exaudi orationem.
¶ Here after followeth the xv. Psalmes.
The .C.xij. Psalme. Ad dominum cum tribularer.
The .C.xx. Psalme. Leuaui oculos meos.
The .C.xxi. Psalme. Letatus sum.
The .C.xxij. Psalme. Ad te Ieuaui oculos meos.
The .xxiij. Psalme. Nisi quia dominus.
The .C.xxiiij. Psalme. Qui confidunt in domino.
The .C.xxv. Psalme. In conuertendo dominus.
The .C.xxvi. Psalme. Nisi dominus.
The .C.xxvij. Psalme. Beati omnes qui.
The .Cxxviij. Psalme. Sepe expugnauerunt.
The .C.xxix. Psalme. De profandis clamaui.
The .Cxxx. Psalme. Domine non est.
The .C.xxxi. Psalme. Memento domine Dauid.
The .C.xxxij. Psalme. Ecce quam bonum.
The .C.xxxiij. Psalme. Ecce nunc benedicite.
¶ The signification of thys worde (Letany.
¶ An instruction of the maner in hearynge of the Masse, shewynge howe and to what intente it shulde be herde, the whiche instruction I haue (by occasion) preuented with a declaracion to the instablyshmente of the Christen fayth, concernynge the Sacramēt of as the aulter whyche is consecrated in the Masse.
¶ A prayer to be fayde be∣fore masse.
¶ A prayer to be sayde at the eleuacion tyme.
¶ A prayer to be sayde after. the masse.
Office for the Dead
¶ The Prologe to the Dirige.
¶ The Euensonge of the dirige.
The .C.xiiii. Psalme. Dilexi quoniam.
The .C.xix. Psalme. Addominum cum.
The .C.xx. Psalme. Leuaui oculos meos.
The .C.xxix. Psalme. De profundis.
The .C.xxxvii. Psalme. Confitebor tibi domine.
¶ The songe of blessed Mary. Magnificat anima mea dominum.
The .C.xlv. Psalme. Lauda anima.
antiphon
¶ Let vs praye.
Directe good. The .v. Psalme. Verba mea.
The .vi. Psalme. Domine ne in furore.
The .vii. Psalme.
The fyrst lesson. Iob. vij.
The seconde lesson. Iob. xiiij.
¶ The .iii. lesson. Iob. xiiii.
The .xxij. psalme. Dominus regit me & nichil.
The .xxiiij. Psalme. Ad te leuaui animam meam.
The .xxvi. Psalme Dominus illuminatio mea.
The .iiij. lesson. S. August.
The .v. lesson. Of S. August.
¶ The .vi. lesson. S. August.
¶ The .xxxix, psalme Expectans expectaui.
The .xl. Psalme Beatus qui intelligit super.
The .xli. Psalme. Quemadmodum desiderat ceruus.
The .vii. lesson .i. Cor. xv.
¶ The .viii. lesson .i. Tessa .iiii.
¶ The .ix. lesson. Ioh. v.
The .li. Psalme. Myserere mei deus.
The .lxiiii. Psalme. Te decet hymnus.
The .lxii. psalme. Dens deus meus.
The .lxvi. Psalme. Deus miseriatur nostri.
¶ The songe of Ezechias. Esay. xxxviii. Chap. Ego dixi in dimidio dierum.
The .Cxlviiij. Laudate dominum decelis.
The .Cxlix. Psalme. Cantate domino.
Laudate dominum.
¶ The songe of Zachary the prophete. Benedictus dominus. Luce .i.
The .xxix. psalme. Exaltabo te domine.
¶ The prayer.
¶ The thyrde parte of the prymer treatynge of workes.
Ten Commandments
¶ The fyrst table.
commandment
Thou shalt not take the name of thy Lorde god in vayne.
Remembre that thou kepe holy the sabboth daye.
¶ The seconde table.
¶ Honour thy father and thy mother.
¶ Thou shalt do no murther.
¶ Thou shalt not commyt adultery.
¶ Thou shalt not steale,
¶ Thou shalt beare no false wytnesse agaynst thy neyghbour.
¶ Thou shalt not coueyt thy neyghbours house, neyther shalte thou coueyt thy neyghbours wyfe, his man seruaunt, his mayde, his oxe, his asse, or ought that is his.
section
¶ The offyce of al estates.
¶ To the leage people of al estates vnto theyr prynce.
¶ The Bysshoppes.
¶ The Elders of Parones.
¶ Rulers.
vocation
¶ Husbandes.
¶ Wyues.
¶ Fathers and mothers.
¶ Chylhren.
¶ Maysters.
¶ Seruauntes.
¶ Wydowes
summation
conclusion
conclusion
colophon