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By Dr. William Turner, one of the Gent, of the Chapel-Royal to K. Charles II. K. James II. K. William, Q^Anne, K. George I. and to his present Majesty.


O R D, what is man, that thou art mindful of him: or the son of man, that thou visitest him?

5. Thou madest him lower than the angels : to crown him with glory and worship.

6. Thou makest him to have dominion of the work of thy hands: and thou haft put all things in subjection under his feet.

7. All sheep and oxen : yea, and the beasts of the field.

8. The fowls of the air, and the fishes of the sea: and whatsoever walketh through the paths of the sea.

9. O Lord, our governor: how excellent is thy Name in all the world I


By Mr. Michael Wise, late Organist of the Cathedral Church of Saltjbury, one of the Gent, of the Chapel-Royal, and Almoner of St. Paul's.

Psal. CXLIV. ,rW

Will sing a new song \mtoFt!eu' thee, O God: and sing praises Bafs, unto thee upon a ten-stringed fntr*

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Jo. Thou hast given victory unto kings:

and hast deliver'd thy servant David from

the peril of the sword.

11. Save me and deliver me from the hand of strange children: whose mouth talk

cth of vanity, and their right hand is a f right hand of iniquity.

12. That our sons may grow up as the young plants : and that our daughters may be as the polifh'd corners of the temple.

15. Happy are the people that are in such , a case: yea, blessed are the people who have the Lord for their God.

M 2 13. That

13. That our garners may be Full and plen-
teous with all manner of store: that our
sheep may bring forth thousands, and ten
thousands in our streets.
15. Happy are the people, ££r.


Thru PsAl. XLI.


Contra- *• T3 Luffed is he that considereth the tuur, X3 poor and needy: the Lord shall

**"' deliver him in the time of trouble.

3. The Lord comfort him when he Iyeth sick upon his bed: make thou all his bed in his sickness.

4. Lord, be merciful to me: heal my soul, for I have sinned against thee.

7. All mine enemies whisper altogether against me.

io. But be thou merciful unto me, O Lord: raise thou me up again, and I shall reward them.

13, Blessed be the Lord God of Israel: world without end. Amen.


The first Chapter of the Lamentations ofjVJB Jeremiah. *w.

4.' I ^ H E ways of Zion do mourn, be-7-^ X cause none come to her solemii

feasts j all her gates are • desolate: her

priests sigh, her virgins are afflicted, and

me is in bitterness. 16. For these things I weep; mine eye

runneth down with water. 5. Her adversaries are the chief, her enemies 1 prosper: for the Lord hath afflicted her. r 6. For these things I Weep { mine' eye

runneth down with water. 5. For the multitude of her transgressions j "the Lord hath afflicted her.

11. See, O Lord, and consider: for I an\ become vile.

12. Is it nothing to you, all ye that pass by? behold and see, if there be any sorrow like my sorrow,

'15. The Lord hath trodden under foot all my mighty men in the midst of me: he

- Hath called an assembly against me, to crush my young men: the Lord hath trodden under foot the virgin, the daughter of Zion.

M 7 16. For

16. For these things I weep ; mine eye runneth down with water: because the Comforter that should relieve my soul is far from me.

j i. See, O Lord, and consider: for I am become vile.


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. Pefer's, Westminster.


0 R D, how are they increased that trouble me! many one there be that say of my soul, There is no help for him in his God.

3. But thou, O Lord, art my defender: thou art my worship, and the lifter up of my head.

4. I did call upon the Lord with my voice; and he heard me out of his holy hill.

5. I laid me down and slept, and rose up again: for the Lord sustained me.

6. I will not be afraid for ten thousands of the people: that have set themselves against me round about. 7. Up,

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