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The following Psalms are for the most part from the New Version, by Tate and Brady; those from the Old Version, by Stemhold and Hopkins, are distinguished by the letters o. v.
The numbers prettied to the verses of the Psalms refer to the verses of the original Psalms which are here given in a metrical form.
11 TTOW blest is he who ne'er consents
33 rpHOU, Gracious Lord, art my defence;
4 Since whensoever in distress
To God I made my pray'r,
5 Guarded by Him, I laid me down
My sweet repose to take;
8 Salvation to the Lord belongs;
51 T OR.D, hear the voice of my complaint,
THOU, to whom all creatures bow
How glorious is Thy Name!
Nor fully reckon'd there;
Thy boundless praise declare.
To keep him in Thy mind?
To them so wondrous kind?
Within this earthly frame,
How glorious is Thy Name I
Q 1 npo celebrate Thy praise, 0 Lord,
10 All those who have His goodness prov'd
Will in His truth confide;
11 Sing praises, therefore, to the Lord,
From Sion, His abode;
Ill OINCE I have placed my trust in God,
4 The Lord hath both a temple here,
And righteous throne above,
5 If God, the righteous, whom He loves,
For trial does correct,
Whom He abhors, expect?
With signal favour grace;
The brightness of His face.
I Q 1 TTOW long wilt Thou forget me, Lord? x *-* -EL Must I for ever mourn? c. How long wilt Thou withdraw from me, Oh! never to return?