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Psalms, Hymns, and Prayers, which he feels best adapted to express the wants of his own soul.
I find that in most manuals the self-examination is confined to one day-generally Friday—sometimes, however, it is spread over two or three days. Instead of this I have inserted, on each evening, a reference to the forms of Self-Examination; so that it may never be lost sight of; for in particular localities any day named may be a day of business on which so important a part of the preparation would be almost sure to be neglected.
3. The Communion office of the Church, interspersed with short prayers, all used on high authority, and most of them to be found in the leading Church Manuals (67-105).
Intercessions and Prayers to be used whilst others are communicating (106-114).
5. A few forms of Post Communion Thanksgivings and Prayers (114-134).
6. A short office of Spiritual Communion from Bishop Wilson (134-138).
7. A small collection of Eucharistic Hymns (138-160.)
NOTE.—The forms of Self-Examination are mostly original.
The Hymns on pages 30, 35, 41, 47, 59, and 65 are from a collection of Hymns on the Lord's Supper, by John and Charles Wesley. That on page 122, by Rev. E. Caswall; that on page 127, by Rev. J. Conder.
In the collection of Hymns at the end the name of the author is given after each hymn.