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The Compilers desire to express their gratitude for the use of Copyright tunes to

The Proprietors of “ Hymns Ancient and Modern,” for Nos. 17, 18, 24,

32, 49. 79, 82, 167, 168, 174, 261, 272, 279, 300, 301, 311, 322, 327, 348, 349.

W. S. Bambridge, Esq., for Nos. 44, 112, 153, 243, 292, 337.

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Victoria Lady Carbery, for No. 217, from her collection “ The Song of

Praise," and for No. 295.

The Rev. R. F. Dale, for Nos. 278, 331.
A. E. Donkin, Esq., for Nos. 180, 177, 283.
Dr. A. E. Dyer, for No. 105.
Edwin Edwards, Esq., for Nos. 4, 10, 11, 120, 126, 202, 318.
Dr. W. B. Gilbert, for No. 347.
The Rev. F. D. Morice, for No. 114.

E. M. Oakeley, Esq., for Nos. 30, 244, 364, by the late Sir H. Oakeley,

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Miss Shaw, for Nos, 110, 146.
E. H. Thorne, Esq., for No. 324.
The Rev. F. G. Wesley, for No. 360.
The Right Rev. The Archbishop of York, for Nos. 38, 165, 183.

They have also received permission on paymentFrom the Proprietors of “Hymns Ancient and Modern,” for Nos. 175, 188. From A. H. Brown, Esq., for No. 28.

From Mrs. Darling, for No. 246, from the Tune Book of " Hymns for the

Church of England.”

From Mrs. Irons, for No. 29.

From H. Lahee, Esq., for No. 207.
From Messrs. Longmans, Green and Co., for No. 190.
From Messrs. Novello and Co., for Nos. 15, 38, 69, 86, 88, 113, 122, 124,

140, 186, 228, 289, 312, 332.
From Messrs. Weekes and Co., for No. 268.

RUGBY was the first Public School to have a Hymnal of its own. This was published in 1824, during the Headmastership of Dr. Wooll. It contains 38 “Psalms, Anthems, and Hymns,” but of these only four are hymns in the ordinary sense of the word : one for Easter, “Jesus Christ is risen to-day"; one for Whitsuntide, Bishop Cosin's paraphrase of the “Veni Creator "; and Bishop Ken's Morning and Evening Hymns. A second edition appeared in 1843, when Dr. Tait was Headmaster : it has 18 Psalms and 56 Hymns, the words of the “Sanctus," and 11 Anthems. In this issue we find for the first time the Meeting and Parting Hymns of the Rev. H. J. Buckoll (who was a Master at the School from 1826 to 1871), and his Hymns for Founder's Day and for the Sunday nearest to June 12, the anniversary of Dr. Arnold's death. A third edition came out in 1850 : it contained 19 versions of the Psalms and 68 Hymns. Another, still further enlarged, appeared in 1857. In the preparation of this the Headmaster, Dr. Goulburn, had the assistance of Mr. Buckoll and

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