The universal prayer-book; or, Christian assistant [electronic resource] : containing meditations and prayers for every day in the week; a discourse on the nature and end of the Lord's supper; With Preparations for a worthy Reception of the Holy Sacrament; Several Zealous Exhortations, Religious Hymns and Thanksgivings, with Devotions for a Family and private Prayers, adapted to all the States and Conditions of Life. To which are added, discourses and devotions proper to the Feasts and Fasts of the Church of England; a History of the Sabbath Day, with Spiritual Employment for the same; A New Exposition of the Lord's Prayer, the Creed; and the Ten Commandments. Together with an Account of the Lives, Writings, and Sufferings of the several Apostles, Evangelists, and Martyrs, who are commemorated by the Church as Witnesses to the Truths of the Gospel. Now first published from the original manuscripts of a late Right Reverend Bishop, by the Suffrage, and under the Direction of Two Eminent Divines. I will sing unto the Lord a new Song. Oh send forth thy Light and thy Truth; let them lead me; let them bring me to thy Holy Hill, and to thy Tabernacles
London : printed for Joseph Burd, at the Temple-Exchange, opposite St. Dunstan's-Church, Fleet-Street, 1759.