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5. For there is the seat of judgment: even the seat of the house of t>avid.v'1

6. O pray for the peace of Jerusalem: they shall prosper that love theel

7. Peace be within thy walk: and plenteouA ness within thy palaces. .:

8. For my brethren and companions sakes; I will wish thee prosperity.

7. Peace be within thy walls] &ci

Four Zp^sa L; CVl.

Voices. '. 'V '1 ''' . _

B«fe J ve H1*"*^ unto-the Lord, for

TeJr 'V^/ be is gracious: and his mercy .enr . dureth for ever.

tenor, 2. Who can express the noble acts of the Treble. Lord : or shew forth, all |his praise?

4. Remember me, O Lord,, according to the favbu; that thou bearest untd thy people : O visit me with 'thy salvation.

5, That I may. see the felicity of thy chosen:
and rejoice in the gladness of thy people,
and give thanks with thine inheritance.

'46. Blessed be'the Lord God of Israel
from everlasting, and World without end:
"and let.all the people fay, Amen.


JBy the Reverend Dr. Ai.DjR.icWi late Dean of Christ-Church, Oxon. Part of it altered from the Italian of Carijstrni.

PS Al. CXVI. A" n e


Am well pleased: that \htFoic"Lord hath heard the voice of5^* my prayer. Tenor,

2. That he hath inclined his^s"' ear unto me: therefore will I call upon him as long as I live. *

3. The snares of death compasied me round about: and the pains of hell gat hold upon me*

4. I have found trouble and heaviness, and I did call upon the name of the Lord:

0 Lord, I beseech thee, deliver my soul.

5. Gracious is the Lord, and righteous: yea, our God is merciful.

6. The Lord preserveth the simple: when

1 was in misery he delivered me.

7. Turn again then unto thy rest, O my soul: for the Lord hath rewarded thee.

8. For he hath delivered my soul from death, mine eyes from tears, and my feet from falling.

9. I shall walk before the Lord : in the

land of the living. 8. For he hath, &c.

16. I will pay my vows unto the Lord, in the sight of his people: in the courts of the Lord's house, in the midst of thee, O Jerusalem. Hallelujah.


By Mr. Jeremiah Clark, late Organist and Composer to (^Anne, and Organist of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul's.



Will love thee, O Lord,
my strength: the Lord is



my stony rock, and my de-^T" fence ; my Saviour, my God, and my might, in whom I will trust; my buckler, the horn also of my salvation, and my refuge.

2. I will call upon the Lord, which is worthy to be praised: so shall I be safe from mine enemies.

3. The sorrows of death compassed me: and the overflowings of ungodliness made me afraid.

4. The pains of hell came about me: the snares of death overtook me.

5. In my trouble I will call upon the Lord: and complain unto my God.

6. So shall he hear my voice out of his holy temple: and my complaint shall come before him j it shall enter even into his ears. 7. The

J. The earth trembled and quaked: the very foundations of the hills shook, and were removed, because he was wroth.

13. The Lord also thundred out of hea

, ven, and the Highest gave his thunder: hailstones and codjs of fire. . , .'

16. He shall send down from on nigh to i;:? fetch me :. ands shall, take me out of

.v.:V\ ,Tmany WterS. .. 1 \>;\rr

.'- ''|;i.r because; I have. Jj§pt. the ways of the Lord : and have not forsaken my* God.

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