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Worship, Directory of Public

Worship, Directory of Public (1645)

Worship, Directory of Public (1645)

Worship, Directory of Public (1645)

43 Sub-directory for the directory for public worship submitted to both houses of parliament: the Lord’s day 20 November 1644

44 Sub-directory for the directory for public worship submitted to both houses of parliament: marriage 3 December 1644

50 Sub-directory for the directory for public worship submitted to both houses of parliament: burying the dead 12 December 1644

51 Sub-directory for the directory for public worship submitted to both houses of parliament: visiting the sick 16 December 1644

53 Sub-directories for the directory for public worship submitted to both houses of parliament: fasting, thanksgiving, and singing psalms 27 December 1644

Using Publicly Available Directories to Trace Survey Nonresponders and Calculate Adjusted Response Rates

46 Partial draft of a sub-directory for the directory for public worship submitted to both houses of parliament: visiting the sick c.11 December 1644

36 Sub-directories for the directory for public worship submitted to both houses of parliament: assembling the congregation, public reading of scripture, public prayer before the sermon, reaching, prayer after the sermon, baptism, and the Lord’s supper 12 November 1644

42 Preface for the directory for public worship submitted to both houses of parliament 20 November 1644

54 An appendix for the directory for public worship, submitted to both houses of parliament 30 December 1644

62 Title for the directory for public worship submitted to both houses of parliament 6 March 1645

 

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The area in the file store of a server that is generally accessible to users without having to go through access controls such as quoting a password. Such directories are used for storing files that can be accessed using the File Transfer Protocol.

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