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Psal. CXVIII.
HIS is the day which the LORD

hath made : we will rejoice and be glad in it. Hallelujah.

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heart: prove me,

PsAL. CXXXIX. 23. TR

RY me, O God, and seek the ground of

my and examine my thoughts. 24. Look well if there be any way of

wickedness in me': and lead me in the way everlasting.

Psal. CII.

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EAR my Prayer, O LORD: and

let my crying come unto thee. 2. Hide not thy face from me in the time

of my trouble : incline thine ear unto me, when I call; O hear me, and that right soon.

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PSAL. XLVII.
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gone up with a merry noise: and the LORD with the found of

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the trumpet.

6. O sing

6. O sing praifes, fing praises unto our

GOD: O sing praises, sing praises unto

our King. 7

For God is the King of all the earth : sing ye praises with understanding.

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PSAL. XXX.
ING praises to the LORD, Oye

saints of his : and give thanks to him for a remembrance of his holiness. 5. For his wrath endures but for a moment,

and in his favour is life : heaviness may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.

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By Mr. John Weldon, Orgánist and

Composer to Q. Anne, K. George I. and
to his present Majesty ; also Organist of
St. Martin's in the Fields, and St. Bride's,
London.

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Psal. XXXI. N thee, O LORD, have I put my trust: let me never be put to confusion, deliver me in thy righteousness.

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2. Bow down thine ear to me : make halte

to deliver me. 3. And be thou my strong rock, and house

of my defence : that thou mayeft fave

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4. Be thou also my guide, and lead me for

thy Name's fake. 5. Draw me out of the net that they have

laid privily for me : for thou art my

God.
6. Into thy hands I commend my spirit :

for thou haft redeemed me, O LORD,
thou God of truth.

From the COMMINATION-SERVICE.

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URN thou us, O good LORD, and

fo shall we be turned. Be favourable, O.LORD, be favourable to thy people, who turn to thee in weeping, fasting, and praying. For thou art a merciful GOD, full of compassion, long-suffering, and of great pity. Thou sparelt when we deserve punishment, and in thy wrath thinkest upon merey. Spare thy people, good LORD, spare them, and let not thine heritage be brought to confufon. Hear us,

O LORD,

O LORD, for thy mercy is great, and after the multitude of thy mercies look upon us, through the merits and mediation of thy blessed Son Jesus CHRIST our LORD.

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Psal. LXI.

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EAR my crying, O God: give

ear unto my prayer. 2. From the ends of the earth will I call

upon thee : when my heart is in heavi

ness. 3. O fet mé up upon the rock that is

higher than 1: for thou hast been my hope, and a strong tower for me against

the enemy 4. I will dwell in thy tabernacle for ever :

and my trust shall be under the covering

of thy wings. s. For thou, O LORD, hast heard my de

fire: and haft given an heritage unto thofe that fear thy Name. Amen.

PSAL. XIX.

12.

HO can tell how oft he offend

eth ? O cleanse thou me from my secret faults.

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13. Keep thy servant from presumptuous

sins, left they get the dominion over me': so shall I be undefiled and innocent from

the great offence. 14. Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart : be always accep

table in thy sight, 15. O LORD, my strength and my Re

deemer.

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By Mr. John Church, one of the Gentle-

men of the Chapel Royal to K. William
and Q. Mary, Q. Anne, K. George I. and
to his present Majesty ; Master of the
Children, and one of the Collegiate
Church of St. Peter, Westminster.
Psal. CXIX. The 18th Part.

Ighteous art thou, O LORD:
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and true is thy judgment.

2. The testimonies that thou

haft commanded : are exceeding righteous and true. 7. Trouble and heaviness have taken hold

upon me : yet is my delight in thy com

mandments. 8. The righteousness of thy testimonies is everlasting: 0 grant me understanding, and I shall live.

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