|Author:||Leech, James, fl. 1605.|
|Title:||A plaine and profitable catechisme: with certaine prayers adioyned, meete for parents and housholders to teach their children and seruants.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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A plaine and profitable catechisme: with certaine prayers adioyned, meete for parents and housholders to teach their children and seruants.
Leech, James, fl. 1605., More, John, d. 1592.
[Cambridge]: Printed by Iohn Legat, printer to the Vniversitie of Cambridge, 1605.
Church of England -- Catechisms
To the Christian Reader.
A morning prayer for a familie.
This must be added for the day.
A thanksgiuing to be added to this praier, either morning or euening.
A prayer for the state of the Church and of the land which may be added to the former prayer before the thanksgiuing.
An Euening prayer.
After this the thanksgiuing to this marke * and then adde this following.
A praier before the reading of scriptures.
A prayer before Catechising.
A praier After Catechising.
A morning prayer for seruants by themselues.
A prayer for Scholers.