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PSAL. LXIX.

Three Voices. Bafs, Tenor, Contra

tenor.

31.

Will praise the Name of God

with a song : and magnify it with
thanksgiving.
32. This also Thall please the LORD: better

than a bullock that hath horns and hoofs,
33. The humble shall consider this, and be

glad : seek ye after God, and your soul

shall live.
34. For the LORD heareth the poor : and

he despiseth not his prisoners.
35. Let heaven and earth praise him : thc

sea and all that moveth therein.
36. For God will fave Sion, and build the

cities of Judah : that men may dwell

there, and have it in poffeffion.
35, 36. Let heaven, &c. For God, &c.
37. The posterity also of his servants shall

inherit it, and they that love his Name

shall dwell therein. 36. For God, &c.

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brer Voices. Bass, Tenor, Contresonor,

PSAL. XCVI. 9.

Worship the Lord in the beauty

of holiness ; let the whole earth stand in awe of him,

10. Tell

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10. Tell it out among the heathen, that

the LORD is King: and that it is he who hath made the round world fo falt that it cannot be moved, and how that

he hall judge the people righteoully. PSAL. XCIX. v. 9. O magnify the LORD our God, and worship him

upon

his holy hill : for the LORD our God is

holy. PSAL. XCIII. v. 3. Ever since the world

began hath thy feat been prepared : thou

art from everlasting.
5. The waves of the sea

roar,
and

rage horribly: but yet the LORD who dwel

leth on high is mightier. PSAL. XCVI. V. 11. Let the heav'ns re

joice, and let the earth be glad: let the

sea make a noise and all that therein is. 13. For he cometh, he cometh to judge the earth, and with righteousness to judge

the world, and the people with his truth. PsAL. LXVI. v. 7. O praise God alway, ye

people : and make the voice of his praise to be heard. Hallelujah.

By

By Mr. CHARLES KING, Batchelor of

Musick, and Almoner of St. Paul's Cathedral, &c.

Psal. XXIII.

Two
Voices.

1.

Iwo
Trebles,

HE LORD is my fhepherd:

therefore can I lack nothing. T

2. He shall feed me in a

green pasture : and lead me forth beside the waters of comfort. 3. He shall convert my soul : and bring me

forth in the paths of righteousness for his

Name's fake. 4. Yea, though I walk through the valley

of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil : for thou art with me, thy rod and thy staff comfort me, therefore I will

fear no evil.. 6. Thy loving kindness and mercy shall føl

low me all the days of my life : and I will dwell in the house of the LORD for

Amen.

ever.

PSAL.

PsAL. XXXIV.

Two
Voices.

I.

I

Will always give thanks unto the Two

LORD: his praise shall be ever in my Trebles. mouth, 2. My foul shall make her boast in the

LORD: the humble shall hear thereof,

and be glad.
3. O praise the LORD with me : and let

us magnify his Name together. Halle-
·lujah

1.

O

Tenor,

Psal. CVII.

Three

Voices. Give thanks unto the LORD, for

he is gracious : and his mercy en-Two dureth for ever.

Trebles, 2. Let them give thanks whom the LORD

hath redeemed : and delivered from the

hand of the enemy.
13. They cried unto the Lord in their

trouble : and he delivered them from

their distress.
15. O that men would therefore praise the

Lord for his goodness: and declare the
wonders that he doth for the children of
men.

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By

By John CHRISTOPHER PEPUSCH, Doctor

of Musick.

Solo.

Trebla,

1.

open unto their

PsAL. LXIII.

God, thou art my God : early 0 will I seek thee.

4. Thy loving kindness is

better than life itself: my lips shall praise thee. PSAL. xxxiv. 15. The eyes of the LORD are over the righteous : and his ears are

prayers. 16. The Lord is against them that do evil:

to root out their remembrance. 22. But he delivereth the souls of his fer

vants : and all they that put their trust in

him, shall not be deftitute. Psal. lxvi. 7. O praise our God, ye peo

ple: and make the voice of his praise

to be heard. 3. Let all the world worship him ; fing of

him, and praise his name. Amen. Amen.

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