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Quinquagesima Sunday. See Septua- | Shrove-Tuesday, vhy so called, 216.
Sick. See Visiting of the Sick.
of him, 78.
for them, 159.
pope and the dissenters, 306. by whom
first introduced, ib.
Song of Solomon, why not read for Lessons,
Spousage, what are the proper tokens of
coemption, 416. why made use of rather St. Stephen, St. John, and Innocents,
why so called, 234. the design of their by, 51. See Cycle of the Sun.
shape of it, and why made loose, 101,
102. objections against it answered, ib.
Symbolum, the Creed, why so called, 147.
finding Easter, 38. the bishop of Alex-
Easter-day to other Churches, 39. cycles
tive Church, 188. how observed by the eighty-four years, 40. the cycle of five
by the Church 41. and afterwards adapt-
ed to the calendar, ib. which was the
to the new baptized, 326. why discon- and dominical letters in the calendar,
ib. See Easter.
why and how observed by the Eastern the forms when, and upon what account
they were added, 184.
celebration of the Communion in the
burial, 472. whether those that kill women after childbirth, why placed after
the original and reasonableness of it, ib.
271. anciently performed by the bishop, place for doing it, 493. to perform this
office in private houses very absurd, ib.
gesima Sundays, why so called, 215. the 494. in what part of the church she is to
she is to be churched, 496. the woman
book of king Edward VI., 354. whether
ib. how they were distinguished in the
times for the performance of divine wor- in Confirmation, primitive and catho-
book of king Edward VI., 448. used by
why and in what sense prescribed by
date, 241. why observed the Sunday tive Church, 452. how by the ancient
of Rome, ib. how far countenanced at
Vow in baptism, very primitive, 343.
Wafer-bread used formerly in the Eucha-
count of him, 57. the original of choosing Elizabeth, ib. and allowed by the Scotch
as a symbol of purification, 324. how it
typifies a new birth, 325.
the water, how to be disposed of, 367. by the primitive Christians, 278. not
essential to the Sacrament, ib.
used in private baptisms, how to be
White garments given anciently to the
why so called, ib. the service for it, 239.
upon all, 427. especially upon the clergy, 239.
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