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By Dr. Benjamin Rogers, late Organist of Magdalen College, Oxon.


Eh old now praise the Lord:
O ye servants of the Lord j

2. Ye that by night do stand in the house of the Lord: Lift up your hands in the sanctuary: and praise the Lord.

The Lord that made heaven and earth: give thee blessing out of Sion. Hallelujah.



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Psal. CXIX. Fifth Part.

EACH me, Olord, the way of thy statutes: and I shall keep it unto the end.

2. Give me understanding, and I shall keep thy law: yea, I shall keep it with my whole heart.

3. Make me to go in the path of thy commandments: for therein is my desire.

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4. Incline my heart unto thy testimonies:

and not to covetousness. 8. Behold, my delight is in thy commandments: O quicken me in thy righteousness.

By Mr. William Tucker, one of the Gentlemen of the Chapel to K. Charlest II. &e.

PsAl. CV.

Give thanks unto the Lord, and call upon his Name: tell the people what things he hath done for us.

2. O let your songs be of him, and praise him: and let your talking be of all his wondrous works.

3. Rejoice in his holy Name: let the heart of them rejoice that seek the Lord.

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By Dr. John Blow, Organist, Composer, and Master of the Children of the Chapel Royal to K. Charles II. K. James II. K. William and Q^Æne, and Organist of St. Peter's, Westminster.

Ps Al. XLVI. ,

1. O D is our hope and strength: a - VJ very present help in trouble.

2. Therefore will we not fear, though the earth be moved: and though the hills be carried into the midst of the sea.

3. Though the waters thereof rage and swell: and though the mountains shake at the tempest of the same.

5. God is in the midst of her, therefore shall she not be removed: God shall help her, therefore shall she not be removed.

Psal. LXIX.

t. Q* AVE me, O God: for the waters

K3 are come in, evert unto my foul. 3. I am weary of crying, my throat is dry: my sight faileth ,me, for waiting so long upon my God.

7. And why? For thy sake have I suffered reproof: shame hath covered my face.

10. I wept and chastned my soul with fasting: and that was turned to my reproof.

13. But, Lord, I make my prayer unto thee: in an acceptable time.

14. Hear me, O God, in the multitude of thy mercy: even in the truth of thy salvation, . .

Psal. XX.

1.' I ^HE Lord hear thee in the day

JL of trouble: the Name of the Go D of Jacob defend thee.

2. Send thee help from the sanctuary: and strengthen thee out of Sion.

3. Remember all thy offerings: and accept thy burnt-sacrifice.

4. Grant thee thy heart's desire: and fulfil all thy mind.

Psal. LXXIV.

I. God, wherefore art thou absent V-/ from us so long: why is thy wrath so hot against the sheep of thy pasture?

2; O think upon thy congregation: whom thou hast purchased, and redeemed of old.

3. Think upon the tribe of thine inheritance: and mount Sion wherein thou hast dwelt.

1. O God, wherefore art thou, &c.

Psal. LXXXI.

I.OING we merrily unto God our K3 strength: make a chearful noise unto the God of "Jacob.

2. Take the psalm, bring hither the tabret: the merry harp with the lute.

1. Sing we merrily, &c.

3. Blow up the trumpet in the new-moon: even in the time appointed, and upon our solemn feast-day.

4. For this was made a statute for Israel: and a law of the God of Jacob.

I, Sing we merrily, &c.

Psal. XXII.

i. A /TY God, my God, look upon i.VX me, why hast thou forsaken me: and art so far from my health, and from the words of my complaint?

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