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Bass, men? O why hast thou set me up as a Contra: mark against thee, so that I am a burden tenor,
Treble, to my self? 21. O pardon my transgressions, and take a
way my fin.
ISAIAH Xxxviii. 12. Mine age is departed
and removed from me, thou wilt cut me
fail with looking upwards :
JOB. iii. 20. O wherefore is light given to
him that is in misery, or life to the bitter
in foul ?
find the grave ?
For my sighing cometh before I eat, and my roarings are poured out like water,
By Mr. JEREMIAH CLARK, late Organist
and Composer to Q. Anne, and Organist of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul's.
O W long wilt thou forget
me, O LORD, for ever ? how H Н
long wilt thou hide thy face
from me ? 2. How long shall I seek counsel in my
soul, and be so vexed in my heart ? how
long shall mine enemies triumph over me? 3. Consider and hear me, O LORD my
God: lighten mine eyes, that I sleep not
in death. 4. Lest mine enemy say I have prevail'd a
gainst him : for if I be cast down, they
that trouble me will rejoice at it.
trust is in thy mercy : and my
hath dealt so lovingly with me : yea I will praise the Name of the LORD most Highest.
O W down thine ear, O LORD, and
Bass, hear me : for I am poor and in
Tenor, misery. 3:
Be merciful unto me, O Lord my tenor.
GOD : for I will call daily upon thee.
unto thee, O LORD, do I lift up my
come down and worship thee : and shall
glorify thy Name.
things : thou art God alone.
me : and the congregations of naughty
mercy upon me: give thy strength unto
Composed for the Thanksgiving, June the
Three Voices. Bass, Teror, Contra. tenor.
HE LORD is my strength and
my song : and is become my
dwellings of the righteous :
preeminence : and bringeth mighty things
marvellous in our eyes.
hath made ; we will rejoice and be glad
of the LORD: Amen.
mercy : long-suffering, and of great goodness.
Threr Voices, Bass, Tenor, Contratenor.
9. He will not alway be chiding: neither
keepeth he his anger for ever. 10. He hath not dealt with us after our
fins : nor rewarded us according to our
wickednefses. 11. For look how high the heav'n is in
comparison of the earth : so great is his
mercy toward them that fear him. 12. Look how wide also the East is from
the West: so far hath he set our fins
13. Yea, like as a father pitieth his own
children : ev'n fo is the LORD merciful
unto them that fear him. 14. For he knoweth whereof we are
made : he remembreth that we are but
dust. 15. The days of man are but as grass :
for he flourisheth as a flower of the field. 16. For as soon as the wind goeth over it,
it is gone : and the place thereof shall
know it no more. 17. But the merciful goodness of the LORD
endureth for ever and ever upon them that fear him : and his righteousness upon childrens children
į 18. Eyn upon such as keep his covnant :
and think upon his commandments to do them,