The Life of William Scoresby.

p. 171, alternate reading of Bible verses.

p. 177: Besides the usual practice of reading an abridgment of the Church of England liturgy in the morning and afternoon of every Sabbath-day, with one of Burder’s, or Kidd’s, or Young’s sermons. I occasionally substituted for the latter an extempore address suited to the opinions, circumstances, or habits of the men about me; and in the evening of the day summoned the apprentices (with permission for others who chose to attend), and after hearing them read in the Bible and sing a hymn, I engaged in prayer, sometimes made some remarks on what had been read, and concluded with another hymn.