Tractate Berakoth, by , by A. Lukyn Williams, , at sacred-texts.com
24. In a place where they are accustomed to say the Benediction of mourners as three prayers, a man combines the first with that about the Resurrection of the Dead and seals it with "Thou that quickenest the dead." [He combines] the second with "the consolation of the mourners" and seals it with "He that consoleth His people and His city." [He combines] the third with "the restitution of kindnesses," but does not seal it. He that dismisses the congregation in the cemetery has no need to seal.
42:1 as three prayers. In the house, on the part of visitors after the funeral. SA, pp. 323 sq. Cf. supra, p. 21.
42:2 Ps. 29.
42:3 the Minim. The Palestinian, or "older form of the Twelfth Benediction is, "To the apostates (mshummāddim) let there be no p. 43 hope, and the kingdom of pride do Thou quickly root out in our days. And let the Christians (notzrim), and the minim, perish as in a moment. Let them be wiped out of the book of life, and with the righteous let them not be written. Blessed art Thou, O LORD, who subdueth the proud." The common, and later, form may be found in SA, p. 48.