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THE LORD'S PRAYER.

L. T. DowXES.

Matthew vi, 9–13. 1 OUR Father who art in heaven, hallowed | be thy name. | Thy kingdom come: thy

will be done on earth -- as it | is in heaven. 2 Give us this day our | daily | bread : | and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive !

those who I trespass --a-l gainst us. 3 And lead us not into temptation, but deliver | us from I evil: 1 for thine is the king

dom, and the power, and the glory, --for-I ever. A- / men.

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PART III.

PART I. GLORY be to | God on | high, 1 and on earth peace, good- I will -- toward | men. We praise thee, we bless thee, we / worship / thee, I we glorify thee, we give thanks to

| thee for | thy great | glory.

PART II. O Lord God, I heavenly | King, God the Father ! Al-- | mighty! O Lord, the only-begotten Son | Jesus Christ, 1 0 Lord God, Lamb of God, son of

the | Father,

PART III. That takest away the sins--of the world, I have mercy | upon / us. Thou that takest away the | sins--of the world: I have were younpona yur. Thou that takest away the sins--of the world, I re- | ceive our | prayer. Thou that sittest at the right hand of God the Father,'ll have mercy | upon / 18.

PART I. For thou | oply--art | holy, I thou ! only | art the | Lord. Thou only, o Christ, with the Holy | Ghost, i art most high in the glory--of God the | Father. | A-1 men.

TE DEUM LAUDAMUS.

[The CADENCE of each part begins with the word or syllable in Italics.]

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1 WE praise thee, O God; we acknowl All the earth doth worship thee, the Father edge thee to be the Lord:

ever-lasting. 3 HOLY-HOLY-HO-LY:

LORD GOD OF SABAOTH: 6 The glorious company of the apostles The goodly fellowship of the prophets praise thee:

praise thee: 7 The Father of an infinite Majesty: Thine adorable, true, and only Son: 9 When thou tookest upon thee to deliver Thou didst bumble thyself to be born of a man,

Virgin: 11 Thou sittest at the right hand of God, in We believe that thou shalt come, to be our the glory of the Father:

Judge: 13 O Lord, save thy people, and bless thine Govern them, and lift them up for-ever.

heritage: 15 Vouchsafe, O Lord, to keep us this day O Lord, have mercy upon us, have mercy without sin:

upon us.

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2 To thee all angels cry aloud: the heav To thee cherubim and seraphim con-tinens and all the powers there-in:

ually do cry, 4 HEAVEN AND EARTH ARE FULL

OF THE MAJES-TY OF THY GLORY. 6 The noble army of martyrs praise thee: The holy Church, throughout all the world,

doth acknowledge thee, 8 Also the Holy Ghost, the Comforter. Thou art the King of glory, O Christ; thou

art the everlasting Son * of the Father. 10 When thou hadst overcome the sharp- Thou didst open the kingdom of heaven ness of death,

to all believers. 12 We therefore pray thee, help thy sery Make them to be numbered with thy saints,

ants, whom thou hast redeemed with in glo-ry everlasting.

thy precious blood : 14 Day by day we magnify thee:

And we worship thy Name ever, world

without end.

16 O Lord, let thy mercy be upon us, as O Lord, in thee bave I trusted ; let me our trust is in thee:

nev-er be confounded,

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Luke 1, 68-71. 1 BLESSED be the Lord God of Israel, I for he hath visited I and re- | deemed his

people; 2 And hath raised up a mighty sal- | vation | for us, I in the house --of his / servant |

David; 3 As he spake by the mouth of his | holy i prophets, which have been | since the

world be- gan; 4 That we should be saved | from our | enemies, I and from the hand of | all that I

hate us.

5 Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, I and I to the Holy | Ghost; 6 As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever | shall be, ll world / without I end. A-|

men.

DEUS MISEREATUR.

RICHARD FARRANT.

Psalm lxvii.

1 God be merciful unto | us, and | bless us; || and show us the light of his counte

nance, and be / merci -- ful | unto | us. 2 That thy way may be known up--on earth; 1 thy saving | health a- | mong all

nations. 3 Let the people praise | thee, O 1 God; 1 yea, let | all the people I praise thee. 40 let the nations rejoice and be glad; || for thou shalt judge the folk righteous+

ly, and govern the nations ; upon i earth. 5 Let the people praise | thee, 0 | God; 1 yea, let | all the people / praise thee. 6 Then shall the earth bring | forth her | increase; I and God, even our own | God,

shall give us -- bis | blessing. 7 God I shall- | bless us; 1 and all the ends of the world shall | fear- | him. 8 Glory be to the Father, and | to the | Son, N and I to the Holy | Ghost; 9 As it was in the beginning, is now, and I ever | shall be, I world / without | end. A-!

men.

LÆTATUS SUM.

JOHN ROBINSON,

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Psalm cxxii. 1 I was glad when they said | unto / me, I Let us go into the i house of the 1

Lord. 2 Our feet shall stand within thy gates, 1 0 Je- / rusalem. Jerusalem is builded as a

city that is com- | pact to- / gether; 3 Whither the tribes go up; the tribes of the Lord, I unto the testimony of Israel,

to give thanks unto the name- 1 of the Lord. 4 For there are set | thrones of judgment, the thrones I of the house of David. 5 Pray for the peace of Je- / rusa- I lem; | they shall | prosper / that love I thee. 6 Peace be with-I in thy I walls; 1 and prosperity with- | in thy | pala- | ces. 7 For my brethren and com- / panions' | sakes, | I will now say, / Peace- | be with-|

in thee. 8 Because of the house of the Lord our | God, | I will / seek, will I seek thy | good.

VIRUM DOLORUM.

REV. WILLIAM FELTON,

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Isaiah liii. 1 HE is despised and re- / jected of l men; Il a man of sorrows and ac- I quainted /

with-| grief. 2 And we hid as it were our | faces | from him; 1 he was despised, and I we es- |

teemed him I not. 3 Surely he hath borne our griefs, and | carried our / sorrows: | yet we did esteem him

stricken, / smitten of God, --and af-| flicted. A But he was wounded for | our trans- 1 sressions, 1 he was bruised for | our in-1

iqui-| ties; 5 The chastisement of our peace I was up- I on him, I and with his / stripes, I we

are | healed. 6 All we like sheep have I gone a-1 stray; | we have turned every one to his own

way; 7 And the Lord hath | laid on | him I the in- | iquity | of us | all. 8 When thou shalt make his soul an offering --for | sin, 1 he shall see his seed, he /

shall pro- | long his | days, 9 And the pleasure of the Lord shall prosper | in his hand. I He shall see of the travail of his soul, and I shall be satis- l fled.

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JOHN G. WHITTIER.

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