from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Guidance by the hand.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A leading by the hand; the act of guiding; careful guidance.
But if God may be allowed to judge in his own matters, the spiritual worship of the saints is glorious, since in it they have such an access, such a manuduction unto God.
It is a prosagoge that we have in this worship; -- a manuduction unto God, in order, and with much glory.
He is the merciful high priest over the house of God, by whom we have  access to the throne of grace: by him is our manuduction unto the Father; by him we believe in God, 1 Pet. i.
It is like the Pillar of fire and cloud that parted between the Israelites and Egyptians, giving a clear and comfortable light to all those that are under the manuduction and guidance thereof [_i. e._ those who have the inner experience] but being full of darkness and obscurity to those that rebel against it. "[