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" Here is to be noted, that the Office ensuing is not to be used for any that die unbaptized, or excommunicate, or have laid violent hands upon themselves. "
The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and ... - Page 261
edited by - 1911
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England's Prayer-book: a short expositionof the services

Thomas Burr Sikes - 1872
...Of the Introductory Rubrics. The first Rubric cautions the minister that " the office ensuing is not to be used for any that die unbaptized or excommunicate, or have laid violent hands on themselves." This prohibition of reading the burial service over the unbaptized is quite in accordance...
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The Annotated Book of Common Prayer: Being an ..., Volume 23; Volume 360

Church of England - Prayer books - 1872 - 610 pages
...time.] 202 THE ORDER FOR THE BURIAL OF THE DEAD. Here u to be noted, that the Office entving it not to be used for any that die unbaptized, or excommunicate, or have laid violent handt upon thenuelvet. Cnllil'iiry Uie. INHUMATIO DEFUNCTI. THE BURIAL OFFICE. A question not unfreqnently...
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The Church Quarterly Review, Volume 10

Theology - 1880
...issued without a date, but belonging to 1870. ' Here it is to be noted, that the Office ensuing is not to be used for any that die unbaptized or excommunicate, or have laid violent hands upon themselves ; but it shall be lawful for the Minister, on sufficient cause, to read one or both of the Psalms following,...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 34

1876
...afforded by the rubric prefixed to the burial service, a rubric directing that " the office ensuing is not to be used for any that die unbaptized, or excommunicate, or have laid violent hands upon themselves." Excommunication is no longer practised. To refuse the burial office to suicides is a penal measure,...
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The Book of common prayer: its history and contents

Coleman Ivens - 1877 - 175 pages
...Benediction added. The Introductory Rubrics. — The first Rubric directs " that the office ensuing is not to be used for any that die unbaptized, or excommunicate, or have laid violent hands upon themselves." Wheatley remarks that these prohibitions are " exactly agreeable. to the ancient practice of the Church."...
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The Church Quarterly Review, Volume 10

Theology - 1880
...issued without a date, but belonging to 1 870. ' Here it is to be noted, that the Office ensuing is not to be used for any that die unbaptized or excommunicate, or have laid violent hands upon themselves ; but it shall be lawful for the Minister, on sufficient cause, to read one or both of the Psalms following,...
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The book of Church law, revised by W.G. F Phillimore

John Henry Blunt - 1882
...stated in the first rubric of the Burial Office. "Here is to be noted, that the Office ensuing is not to be used for any that die unbaptized, or excommunicate, or have laid violent hands upon themselves." It has been expressly decided, that persons dying iu a state of intoxication have a right to burial....
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St. Paul & Protestantism: With an Essay on Puritanism & the Church of ...

Matthew Arnold - Church of England - 1883 - 378 pages
...afforded by the rubric prefixed to the burial-service, a rubric directing that " the office ensuing is not to be used for any that die unbaptized, or excommunicate, or have laid violent hands upon themselves." Excommunication is no longer practised. To refuse the burial -office to suicides is a penal measure,...
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The Shadowed Home and the Light Beyond ...

Edward Henry Bickersteth - Bereavement - 1887
...also the prohibition prefixed to this Order for the Burial of the Dead, that the Office ensuing is not to be used for any that die unbaptized, or excommunicate, or have laid violent hands on themtelves. N 2 I see not a step before me, Yet I journey without a fear : The past is still in...
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Four Important Acts of Parliament: The Title Act,1891. The Education Act ...

Great Britain - 1891 - 117 pages
...has disappeared. As heretofore, the Church Service for the Burial of the Dead cannot be used (1) " For any that die unbaptized, or excommunicate, or have laid violent hands on themselves," and (2) It must be used, if desired, over all who died baptized, whatever their course...
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