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THE HYMNAL

AS AUTHORIZED AND APPROVED FOR USE BY THE GENERAL CONVENTION OF

The Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States

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THE CHURCH PENSION FUND

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First published, October, 1916 First edition published, February, 1919

COPYRIGHT, 1920, BY MONELL SAYRE, TRUSTEE First edition published, March, 1920

CERTIFICATE

ACTION OF THE GENERAL CONVENTION OF 1916

It was voted by both Houses of the General Convention held in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and sixteen:

That the New Hymnal, as reported by the Joint Commission on the Revision of the Hymnal, be authorized and approved for use in this Church.

That the Commission be continued with authority to perfect the details of its work and to complete, for the benefit of the Church Pension Fund, musical editions of the New Hymnal.

That the publication of the Hymnal be committed to the Trustees of the Church Pension Fund for the benefit of that Fund.

Attest:
GEORGE FRANCIS NELSON,

Secretary of the House of Bishops.
HENRY ANSTICE,

Secretary of the House of Deputies. CERTIFICATE

ACTION OF THE GENERAL CONVENTION OF 1919

It was voted by both Houses of the General Convention, held in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and nineteen:

That the Commission on the Hymnal be requested to publish an edition of the words of the New Hymnal without the music, at a small cost.

It was voted by both Houses of the General Convention, held in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and nineteen:

WHEREAS, the New Hymnal was approved and authorized for use by the General Convention of 1916, and

WHEREAS, an edition with words only has been ordered by the Convention and will be published;

RESOLVED, the House of Deputies concurring, the House of Bishops heartily commends the use of the New Hymnal with music score, in order to take advantage of the present popular interest in singing and to promote congregational singing throughout the whole Church.

Attest:
GEORGE FRANCIS NELSON,

Secretary of the House of Bishops.
HENRY ANSTICE,

Secretary of the House of Deputies.

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