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Dr. BRADY's and Mr. TATE'S

VERSION of the PSALMS;

Together with a few

Selected from the OLD VERSION.

ALSO,

A COLLECTION

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HYMNS and SANCTUSES,

FOR THE USE OF

ST. ANN'S CHURCH, MANCHESTER.

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Let the Word of Chrift dwell in you richly in all Wisdom; teaching
and admonishing one another in Pfalms, and Hymns, and fpiritual
Songs; finging with Grace in your Hearts to the Lord.

To be had of J. KAY, CLERK, only,

MANCHESTER:

PRINTED BY C. WHEELER, 1790.

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Dr. BRADY'S and Mr. TATE'S

VERSION OF THE PSALMS, &c.

1. HOW

PSALM

1.

OW blefs'd is he who ne'er confents,
By ill advice to walk;

Nor ftands in finners' way, nor fits
Where men profanely talk.

2. But makes the perfect law of God
His bus'nefs and delight;
Devoutly reads therein by day,
And meditates by night.

3. Like fome fair tree, which, fed by streams, With timely fruit does bend;

He ftill fhall flourish, and fuccefs

All his defigns attend,

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4. For God approves the just man's ways, To happinefs they tend;

But finners, and the path they tread,
Shall both in ruin end.

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PSALM

2.

ATTEND, O earth, whilft I declare,

God's

decree : Thou art my Son, this day, my heir, Have I begotten thee.

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2. Afk and receive thy full demands,
Thine fhall the heathen be,
The utmost limits of the land
Shall be poffefs'd by thee.

3. Appeafe the Son with due refpect,
Your timely homage pay,
Left he revenge the cold neglect,
Incens'd by your delay.

4. If but in part his anger rife, Who can endure the flame:

Then bleft are they whofe hope relies
On his most holy name.

PSALM

PSALM

4.

STAND ye

TAND ye in awe of God's commands, Flee ev'ry thing that's ill: Commune in private with your hearts, And bend them to his will.

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2. The place of other facrifice,
Let righteousness fupply,
And let your hope, fecurely fix'd,
On God alone rely.

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3. While worldly minds impatient grow,
More profp'rous times to fee;
Still let the glories of thy face,
Shine brightly, Lord, on me.

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4. To Father, Son, and Holy-Ghoft, The God whom we adore,

Be glory, as it was, is now,
And fhall be evermore.

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PSALM 5.

ORD, hear the voice of my complaint,
Accept my fecret pray'r:

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