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Let all the Just to God with Joy p 21 Lord, let me know my Term of Days p 28 Lord, number out my Life and Days P 29 Let me with Light and Truth be blest p 31 Let all the Lands with Shouts of Joy P 41 Let God arise, and then his Foes

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h 154 Lord I am thine; but thou wilt prove h 188 Lift up your Heads, ye Gates h 189 Lord of the Sabbath, hear our Vows h 197 Let thy Repentance be without Delay h 209 Let Love, and Peace, and holy Joy

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h 309 Lord, in the solenin Shades of Night h 350 Litted into the Cause of Sin Leader of faithful-Souls and Guide

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O God my Saviour, hear my Pray'r
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Say, heav'nly Muse, and teach mySongh 156
Sing to the Lord a new melodious Songh 171
Sweet is the Work, my God, my Kingh 191
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Son of God, thy Blessing grant
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