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inn 14. PsaL XXI.--com - Thrée 1. T HE king shall rejoice in thy
1 strength, O LORD: exceeding glad Tenor, Thall he be of thy falvation. La Contra-2. Thou hast given him his heart's desire : tenor.
and hatt not denied him the request of
his lips. 3. For thou shalt prevent him with the ..
hleffings of goodness : and shalt fet a
crown of pure gold upon his head. 4. He asked life of thee, and thou gavest
him a long life: even for ever and ever. . . 5. His honous is great in thy falvation a glo
ry and great worship ilhalt thou layijypon ... himins : eivorstil 6. For thou (halt give him everlasting feli
cityand make him glad with the joy of thy countenance, , Hallelujah..07 il beraliO) Salsa
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By Mr. John Travers, Organist of his Majesty's Chapels-Royal, and of the Pa\- -risli of St. Paul, Covent Garden,
Praise the Lord of heav'n: praise him in the height.
2. Praise him, all ye angels of his: praise him, all his host.
3. Praise him sun and moon: praise him, all ye #ars and light. 1 .
4. Praise him, all ye heav'ns: and ye wa~! ;ters that are above the heav'ns.
5. Let them praise the name of the Lord: for he spake the" word, and1 thty were made, he commanded, and they were created.
6. He hath made them fast for ever and ever: he hath given them a law which mall not be broken. Hallelujah.
Psal. LXVI. Two
^ i. Be joyful in God all ye lands: sing^"w'
praises unto the honour of hisc^a. name, make his praise to be glorious. tenor.
2. Say unto God, O how wonderful art thou in thy works: through the greatness of thy pow'r, shall thine enemies be found liars unto thee.
3. For all the world shall worship thee: sing of thee, and praise thy name.
4. O come hither and behold the works of God: how wonderful he is in his doing toward the children of men.
5. He turned the sea into dry land: so that they went through the water on foot; there did we rejoice thereof.
6. He ruleth with his power for ever, his eyes behold the people, and such as will not believe, shall not be able to exalt themselves.
7. O praise our God, ye people : and make the voice of his praise to be heard. Amen.
By Mr.TNFoaisjs, late Master of the Children, and one of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln.
Ps Al. LXXVL .
N Je-œry is €k>& known: his Name is great m Israel.
2. At Safait is his tabernacle": and his dwelling in Sion.
3. There-brake he the arrows of the bow': the shield, the sword, and the battle.
4. Thou art of more honour and might: than the hills of the'robbers.
r. The- proud are robbed, they have slept their sleep r and all the- men, whose hands were mighty, have- found nothing; .
6. At thy rebuke, & Gbir of Jacob: both the chariot and horse are fallen.
7. Thou, even thou, art to be feared: and who may stand in thy sight, when thou art angry?
8. Thou 8. Thou didst eause thy judgments to be
heard from heaven: the earth trembled,
and was still, o. When God arose to judgment, and to
help all the meek upon earth. 10. The fierceness of man shall turn to thy
praise: and the fierceness of them shalt
Conapos'd upon the Union of the two Kingdoms, by Mr. George Holmes, late Organist of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln.
Isaiah LX. Jw
RISE, mine, O daughter^ of Sion.: for the light is Bases, come, and the glory of theTW, Lord is risen upon thee. Contra. LXU. v. The Gentiles shall see thy"""'* righteousness, and all kings thy glory: fpr thou shalt be called by a, new name, which, the. Lord, thy Qor shall, name.