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FOR PARTICULIR OCCASIONS.

Page Fox + MYSTER. O Christ, wino ut our Pastor's Lord 112 FOR . DEPARTED SUVT. Victure Thou ittle foes.

113 Matins.

"Tis not size bud-stained vest alone 114 Ecensong.

The man whose heart, most Holy God 115 Fox : YOCNE WOwar. Biest child of God, thy nailowed soal 116 For · HOLY Woxar. The oving teart, tile bounteous hand 117 AT TE3 Dza TE OF * Oh! happy the departed suint HOLY WOMAN.

118 DEDICATION OF A CECBCE. Matins. O eity of our God

119 Erensong. Christ is our corner-stone

120 PENITENTIAL HYUX. Oh, that day of wrath ismaying

122 THz FIRST OF Mar. Almighty Father, just and good

124 FOR THE HOLY COMMUNION. I. My God, and is thy tat! spread

126 II Thou, God, all glory, Lonour, power.

127 III. All ye who faithful servants are

128 LAMENTATION OF A SINNER. O Lord, turn not thy face away

128 O Lord, in thee is all my trust.

129 Hymn before Sermon

130

HYMNI ECCLESIASTICI.
1. Die, dierum principe
2. Ad templa nos rursus vocat
3. Jam lucis orto sidere
4. Oh Fons Amoris, Spiritus
5. Nunc sancte nobis Spiritus
6. Jam solis excelsum Jubar
7. Rector potens, verax Deus
8. Labente jam solis rotâ
9. Rerum Deus tenax vigor
10. Oh ! luce qui mortalibus
11. Lucis Creator optime
12. In noctis umbrâ desides
13. Mundi salus qui nasceris .
1. (irates peracto jam die

On Splendor aeterni Patris
Jesu, redemptor seculi.

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17. Dei canamus gloriam
18. Nil laudibus nostris eges
19. Jactamur heu quot fluctibus !
20. Jubes, et in præceps aquis
21. Te principem summo, Deus
22. Oh, quam juvat fratres, Deus
23. Miramur, Oh Deus, tuæ
24. Promittis, et servas datam .
25. Horres superbos, nec tuam
26. Iisdem creati fluctibus
27. Dignas quis, O Deus, tibi
28. Oh! fortis, oh ! clemens Deus
29. Jam sanctius moves opus
30. Ultricibus nos undique
31. Lugete, pacis angeli
32. Tandem peractis, oh Deus
33. Rerum Creator omnium
34. Supreme motor cordium
35. Splendor paternæ gloriæ
36. Instantis adventum Dei
37. Jordanis oras prævia
38. Statuta decreto Dei
39. Verbum supernum prodiens
40. Missum Redemptorem polo
41. Jam desinant suspiria
42. Adeste fideles, læti triumphantes
43. Jesu, redemptor omnium
44. Quid, obstinata pectora
45. Jesu Tyranni pro

fide
46. Salvete, flores Martyrum
47. Molles iu agnos ceu lupus
48. Felix dies, quam proprio
49. Victis sibi cognomina
50. Verbum quod ante secula
51. Divine crescebas Puer
52. Christus tenebris obsitam
53. Quæ stella sole pulcrior
54. Clamantis ecce vox sonans
55. Emergit undis, et Deo
56. Te læta, mundi conditor
57. Rebus creatis nil egens
58. Vos ante Christi tempora
59. Alleluia, dulce carmen
60. Quod lex adumbravit vetus
61. Solemne nos jejunii
62. Audi, benigne Conditor

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63. Fando quis audivit, Dei . 64. Opprobriis, Jesu, satur 65. Dum Christe, confixus cruci 66. Vexilla regis prodeunt 67. Prome vocem, mens, canoram 68. Adeste, Cælitum Chori 69. Aurora coelum purpurat 70. Forti tegente brachio 71. Salutis humanæ Sator 72. Opus peregisti tuum 73. Jesu, nostra redemptio 74. Felix dies mortalibus . 75. Sensus quis horror percutit 76. Nobis Olympo redditus 77. Oh Christe, qui noster poli 78. Supreme Rector Cælitum 79. Veni, superne Spiritus 80. Audimur; almo Spiritus 81. Veni, Creator Spiritus 82. Ter sancte, ter potens Deus ! 83. Oh luce quæ tuâ lates 84. Quos in hostes, Saule, tendis 85. Pastore percusso, minas 86. Supreme quales Arbiter 87. Cælestis aulæ principes 88. Quem misit in terras Deus 89. Pulsum supernis sedibus 90. Hæc illa solemnis dies 91. Sinæ sub alto vertice 92. Christi perennes nuntii 93. Prædicta Christi mors adesi 94. Dum morte victor obruta 95. Natus parenti redditus 96. Christe, qui sedes Olympo 97. Sponsa Christi, quæ per orbem 98. Jesu, Sacerdotum Decus 99. Summi pusillus grex Patris 100. Non parta solo sanguine 101. Qui te, Deus, sub intimo 102. Oh Virgo, pectus cui sacrum 103. Ardet Deo quæ foemina 104. Oh jam beata, quæ suo 105. Urbs Jerusalem beata 106. Angularis fundamentum 107. Dies irae, dies illa Ag Te Deum Patrem colimus

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OF

THE PRIMITIVE CHURCH

HYMNS FOR THE DAYS OF THE WEEK.

SUNDAY

NOCTURN.

(Die, dierum principe. No. 1.)
The first of days the light beheld

Forth bursting from the gloom—
And Christ, our true eternal Light,

Arising from the tomb.
Creation thus, and dreadful death,

Obeyed the voice of Heaven:
Then let not ransomed man despise

The summons God hath given.
While yet in darkness nature lies,

Let us, the sons of light,
With hymns of holy praise dispel

The silence of the night.
Lord, may thy Gospel to our souls

Fresh energy impart,
So shall our new and holy lives

Evince a new-born heart.

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Or use vir minds to ove: [non our ins de simple Tuch

And in Vr rearts e Love.
Throughont he tav, oh! (luist, n "jee

May party lein Je bund.
To save our soills from Satan's wiles.

W10 still keeps lov mng pund.
Subservient to thy taily praise

Our daily toii shail be:
So may our works, in thee berrin,

Be further t, Lorck. by thee.
And lest the flesh, profanely proud

Subdue the yielding soul.
May self-constraining tempernce

That carnal pride control.
To God the Father, God the Son,

And God the Holy Ghost,
Eternal glory be from man,

And from the angel host.

THnd Hour, or 9 A. M. (Oh fons amoris, Spiritus. No. 4.)

01 Foly Spirit, Lord of grace,

Iternal source of love,
Tullame, we pray, our inmost hearts,

Withi fire from Heaven above,

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