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I. T>RAISE the Lord, O my foul:
X? and all that is within me praise his
holy Name. -
Psalm civ. i. O Lord my God, thou art
; become exceeding glorious, thou'rt

clothed with majesty and honour,
a. Theit deck'st thy self with light as
'twere with a garment: and spread'st out
the heav'ns like a curtain.
Thou hast laid the foundation of the
earth: that it never fhou'd be mov'd.
24. O Lord, how manifold are thy works:
in wisdom hast thou made them all, the
earth is full of thy riches. ': - '. .
4, Thou bringest forth grafs for the cattle:

and herb for the service of men. j 3. Thou wat'rest the hills from above: I o. And sendest the springs into the rivers: 3 2. The earth shall tremble at thy countenance: the hills shall smoke at thy presence. '. 31. And the glorious majesty of the Lord

shall endure for ever. 33. I will sing unto the Lord as long as I live : I will praise my God while I have my being.

,« By

By Mr. John Church, one of the Gentlemen of the Chapel Royal to K. William and Q^Mary, Q^dnne, K. George I. and to his present Majesty; Master of the Children, and one of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter, Westminster.

PSal.XCVIII. . &&.

Sing unto the Lord a new ""^ song: for he hath done marvellous things. 2. With his own right' hand, and with his holy arm: hath he gotten himself the victory. 2. The Lord declared his salvation: his righteousness hath he openly shewed in the sight of the heathen.

6. Praise the Lord upon the harp: sing to the harp with a psalm of thanksgiving.

7. With trumpets also and shawms: O shew your selves joyful before the Lord the King.

j o. With righteousness shall he judge the world: and the people with equity.



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Psal. CXIX. 'the eighth Part.

Vw" 'I * H O U art my portion, O Lord: X I have promised to keep thy law. I made my humble petition in thy presence with my whole heart: O be merciful unto me according to thy word. I called my ways to remembrance: and

turned my feet unto thy testimonies. I made haste, and prolonged not the time:

to keep thy commandments. The earth, O Lord, is full of thy mercy: O teach me thy statutes.


By Dr. William Croft, Organist,
Composer, and Master of the Children
of the Chapel Royal to Qi^Anne, and
to his late Majesty, and Organist of St.
Peter's* Westminster.

Composed for the thanksgiving upon the
Victory at Blenheim.

Ps AL. IX. Thrte

Will give thanks unto thee,V""'-
O Lord, with my whole
heart: I will speak of all thy Contra-
marvellous works. '«•*'•

2. I will be glad and rejoice in thee : yea,
my songs will I make of thy Name,
O thou most Highest.

3. While mine enemies are driven back: they shall fall and perish at thy presence.

4. For thou hast maintained my right and my cause: thou art set in the throne that judgest right.


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5. Thou hast rebuked the heathen, and

destroyed the ungodly : thou hast pat

out their name for ever and ever. , 11. O praise the LORD which dwelleth

in Sion : Thew the people of his doings. Hallelujah.

PSA L. CII. eid oj 1. L EAR my prayer, O God : and

11 let my crying come unto thee. 2. Hide not thy face from me in the time

of my trouble : incline thine ear unto me when I call; O hear me, and that right

foon. 4. My heart is smitten down, and wither

ed like grafs : fo that I forget to eat my 'bread. 10. And that because of thine indignation

and wrath : for thou hast taken me up, ' and cast me down. . II. My days are gone like a shadow : and

I am withered like grafs. 12. But thou, O LORD, shalt endure for

ever : and thy remembrance throughout all generations.


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