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Unknown. The new week's preparation for a worthy receiving of the Lord's supper, as appointed and practised by the Church of England; consisting of meditations and prayers for the morning and evening of every day in the week. With forms of examination, and confession of sins: and meditations to enable us to live well after receiving the holy sacrament. The whole, being purified from those extatic and carnal expressions, which (in a former treatise upon this subject) have been long complained of, is now rendered a plain, orthodox, and reasonable service to almighty God. To which are added, a morning and evening prayer to be used either with a family, or in private. Likewise, Christ's sermon on the Mount, paraphras'd.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 14495, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/14495. Accessed 2024-04-20.

@book{ wphp_14495
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1746},
  title={The new week's preparation for a worthy receiving of the Lord's supper, as appointed and practised by the Church of England; consisting of meditations and prayers for the morning and evening of every day in the week. With forms of examination, and confession of sins: and meditations to enable us to live well after receiving the holy sacrament. The whole, being purified from those extatic and carnal expressions, which (in a former treatise upon this subject) have been long complained of, is now rendered a plain, orthodox, and reasonable service to almighty God. To which are added, a morning and evening prayer to be used either with a family, or in private. Likewise, Christ's sermon on the Mount, paraphras'd.},
  publisher={Edward and John Exshaw},
  address={Dublin},    }

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