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Author: Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626.
Title: Institutiones piæ or directions to pray also a short exposition of the Lords Prayer the Creed the 10 Com[m]andements Seauen Penitentiall Psalmes and Seauen Psalmes of thanksgiuing. by HI.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)

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Print source: Institutiones piæ or directions to pray also a short exposition of the Lords Prayer the Creed the 10 Com[m]andements Seauen Penitentiall Psalmes and Seauen Psalmes of thanksgiuing. by HI.
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626., Isaacson, Henry, 1581-1654,

London: Printed [by Felix Kingston] for Henry Seile, 1630.
Alternate titles: Institutiones piæ Directions to pray.
H.I. = Henry Isaacson, the editor; in fact by Lancelot Andrewes.
The title page is engraved.
Printer's name conjectured by STC.
Subsequently published under Andrewes's name as: Holy devotions.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Prayer -- Early works to 1800.

title page
To the Christian Reader.
directions for prayer
A generall exhortation to Prayer.
Of the Time and Place for Prayer.
How to pray aright.
Prayer diuided into Parts.
The vse of the Lords Prayer.
The Lords Prayer analysed.
Petitions for Spirituall Graces.
Prayers for Spirituall Graces.
Before Prayer.
Before a Sermon.
Petitions for Temporall Blessings: In which we are to desire of God:
Rules to be obserued in the Morning.
Morning Prayer.
Or thus.
Or thus.
Morning Prayer for a Family.
Rules for Euening and Night.
In the Night.
Euening Prayer.
Or thus.
Euening Prayer.
Euening Prayer for a Family.
Prayers for seuerall Persons.
For a married man.
For a married Woman.
For a Childe.
For a woman with Childe.
For a young man, or Maid.
For a Seruant.
Before a Iourney.
After a Iourney.
In Affliction.
In time of Pestilence.
Confession of Faith.
Confession of Faith.
Confession of Gods Glory and Praise.
For the Holy Spirit.
In the Old Testament.
In the New Testament visibly.
Motiues to Repentance.
The Dutie of Repentance.
Confession of sinnes.
Confession of sinnes.
The seuen penitentiall Psalmes analysed.
1 Psalme 6.
2 Psalme 32.
3 Psalme 38.
4 Psalme 51.
5 Psalme 102.
6 Psalme 130.
7 Psalme 134.
Directions before receiuing the Holy Communion.
Meditations and Prayers before the Communion.
Prayers before the Commu∣nion.
Or thus.
Meditations and Prayers after the Sacrament re∣ceiued.
Or thus.
Or thus.
Motiues to thankes∣giuing.
1 Psalme 8.
2 Psalme 30.
3 Psalme 34.
4 Psalme 103.
5 Psalme III.
6 Psalme 138.
7 Psalme 145.
Imprecations against the enemies of God and his Church.
Against the enemies of our Soules.
table 1
The first Comman∣dement.Thou shalt haue no other Gods before me.
The second Comman∣dement. Thou shalt not make to thy selfe any grauen Image, &c.
The third Comman∣dement. Thou shalt not take the Name of the Lord thy God in vaine, for the Lord wil not hold him guilt∣lesse, that taketh his Name in vaine.
The fourth Comman∣dement. Remember that thou keepe holy the Sabboth day, &c.
The second Table.
The fifth Comman∣dement. Honour thy Father and thy Mo∣ther, that thy dayes may be long in the Land, which the Lord thy God giueth thee.
The sixth Comman∣dement. Thou shalt not kill.
The seuenth Comman∣dement. Thou shalt not commit Adulterie.
The eight Comman∣dement. Thou shalt not steale.
The Ninth Comman∣dement. Thou shalt not beare false witnesse against thy Neighbour.
The Tenth Comman∣dement. Thou shalt not couet thy Neigh∣bours house.
meditations and prayers
Meditations of Death.
Meditations for the sicke.
A Prayer for the Sicke.
Or thus.
Or thus.
Or thus.
Or thus.
A short Table of the chiefe Heads contained in this Booke.
Faults escaped.