Improved Psalmody

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Improved Psalmody was a collection of metrical psalm tunes, compiled by William Dechair Tattersall. The work was published by subscription, and is dated June 4th, 1794 at the end of the list of subscribers. The main part of the work consists of settings of the metrical versions of the psalms written in continuous streams of couplets by James Merrick, which were arranged into stanzas by Tattersall. The tunes to which these texts are set were mostly newly-composed for the work, in three parts for two trebles and bass: Tattersall commissioned the leading composers of the time to contribute to it. Only 'Vol. 1' of the work, was issued: the main part of this consists of 218 settings of texts from Psalms 1-75, while the expected Vol. 2, to include Psalms 76-150, never appeared.

Publication date and place: 1794 by T. Skillern in London

Editions

The 218 settings in Vol. 1 appear to have been issued in three numbers. There are examples (for example GB-Lbl: C.481., cited in the Hymn Tune Index as 'TattWIP1 a') with only Psalms 1-25 of this main sequence. In copies of the full surviving Vol. 1 (for example GB-Lbl: C.16.jj., cited in the Hymn Tune Index as 'TattWIP1 b'), page 94 (at the start of settings of Psalm 26) is headed 'Vol. 1. Part. 2.', while p216 (at the start of settings of Psalm 51) is headed 'Vol. 1. Part. 3.' In addition to these versions of the work with the music set in score, the full Vol. 1 was reissued as a set of three partbooks in 1795.

Appendices

In addition to the main sequence of 218 settings, each of the various editions of the work has an Appendix: the contents of the Appendix vary between editions. The issue of Part 1 (Psalms 1-25) has a 7-page 'Appendix containing Selections from the old Version', paginated continuously with the main sequence of the work, with seven settings of 'Old Version' texts to long-established psalm tunes. The full version of Vol. 1 in score has a 20-page appendix, paginated separately from the main sequence of the work, and containing 19 older tunes, each of which is set both to a text from the 'Old Version' and to a text by Merrick. The issue of the full version of Vol. 1 in partbooks in 1795 is paginated continuously with the main sequence of the work, but is headed 'APPENDIX. The Music selected from Composers the most eminent in their Time, and adapted to the Words of the foregoing Version', and has the 19 tunes from the Appendix of the full score-book version, but with only the Merrick texts.

Subscribers

 

Subscribers to the Reverend W. D. Tattersall's Improved Psalmody, under the Patronage of the King.

THE QUEEN.
His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.
Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal.
Her Royal Highness the Princess Augusta.
Her Royal Highness the Princess Elizabeth.
Her Royal Highness the Princess Mary.
Her Royal Highness the Princess Sophia.
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The Right Reverend Richard, Lord Bishop of Worcester.
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The Right Reverend Lewis, Lord Bishop of St. Asaph.
The Right Reverend Richard, Lord Bishop of Landaff.
The Right Reverend Edward, Lord Bishop of Oxford.
The Right Reverend George, Lord Bishop of Lincoln.
The Right Reverend John, Lord Bishop of Salisbury.
The Right Reverend William, Lord Bishop of Chester.
The Right Reverend Samuel, Lord Bishop of Rochester.
The Right Reverend Richard, Lord Bishop of Gloucester, 3 copies.
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The Right Reverend Spencer, Lord Bishop of Peterborough.
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Adey, Charles, Esq. Wotton under Edge, Gloucestershire, 2 copies.
Andrews, Mr. Arlingham, Gloucestershire.
Arnold, Samuel, Mus.D. Ox. Organist and Composer to his Majesty.
Arnold, Mrs.
Atterbury, Mr. Luffman, Musician in Ordinary to his Majesty.
Austin, Major, Wotton under Edge, Gloucestershire.
Austin, Isaac, Esq. Ditto.
Austin, Mrs. Ditto.
Austin, Humphry, Esq. Ditto.
Austin, Mrs. H. Wotton under Edge, Gloucestershire.
Austin, Mr. George, Ditto.

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Baker, John, Esq. Canterbury.
Baker, Mrs. Ditto.
Bailey, Mr. Westbury, Salop.
Bale, Rev. S. S. Rector of Withyham, Sussex.
Bangly, Henry, Esq. Little St. Thomas Apostle.
Barling, Rev. Tho. Rector of How, Norfolk, 3 copies.
Barnes, Rev. J. Fellow of Baliol College, Oxon.
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Beachcroft, Samuel, Esq. Croydon, Surry.
Beadon, Mrs. at the Palace, Gloucester.
Beaufort, his Grace the Duke of.
Beloe, Rev. W. Master of Emanuel Coll. Westminster.
Benson, Rev. E. B. Deal, Kent.
Bentinck, Lady Mary.
Berkeley, Earl of.
Berwick, Mr. Canterbury.
Bever, Rev. George, Trent, Somersetshire.
Biddle, Mr. Wotton under Edge, Gloucestershire.
Birch, Rev. Mr. Shopwick, Sussex.
Bissett, Miss, Baker-street.
Blake, Mr. Benj. Musician in Ordinary to his Majesty.
Blunt, Walter, Esq. Wallop, Hampshire.
Blunt, Mrs. Ditto.
Boodle, Edward, Esq. Brook-street.
Bowles, George, Esq.
Brandon, Rev. Philip, Deal.
Brickdale, John, Esq. Combeflong, Taunton, Somerset.
Broderip, Mr. Robert, Bristol.
Bromley, Rev. Mr. Rector of St. Mildred’s, London.
Buller, Honourable Mr. Justice.
Burland, Doctor, Wotton under Edge, Gloucestershire.
Burland, J. B. Esq. Stock near Blandford, Dorsetshire.
Burn, Rev. Doctor, New Norfolk-street.
Burt, Rev. Roger, Odcombe, Somersetshire.
Byam, Rev. Mr. University College, Oxon.
Byrd, Honourable Miss.

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Cade, Mrs. Bath.
Callcott, J. W. Mus. B. Ox. Organist of Covent Garden and Asylum.
Canterbury, Library at,
Carr, Rev. Coulson, Chaplain to his R. H. the Duke of Gloucester, and Rector of Asheldan, Essex.
Carr, John, Esq. Leeds.
Cator, William, Esq. Merton, Surry.
Cator, Mrs. Ditto.
Cator, Miss, Ditto.
Chelsum, Rev. Dr. Rector of Droxford, Hants.
Cheveley, Miss Mary.
Clark, Robert, Esq. Tetbury.
Collick, J. Esq. St. Martin’s Lane.
Cooke, Rev. Doctor, Dean of Ely.
Cooke, Rev. George, Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford.
Cooke, Mr. Robert, Tichfield-street.
Cooper, R. B. Esq. Dursley, Gloucestershire.
Cooper, Mr. Wotton under Edge, Gloucestershire.
Copson, Miss, Mansfield-street.
Corbett, Mrs. Sundorn, Salop.
Corfe, -, Esq. James-street, Golden-square.
Corfe, Mr. Organist at Salisbury.
Cornwall, Rev. P. M. Wotton under Edge.
Coulson, Mrs. Thames-street.
Cousemaker, Miss, Cavendish-square.
Creswell, R. C. Esq. Doctors Commons.
Crosby, Mrs. Chelsfield Court Lodge, Kent.
Crossman, Rev. Doctor, Rector of West Monkton, Somersetshire.
Cruttwell, Mr. R. Bath.
Curtis, William, Esq. M.P. Southgate, Middlesex.
Curtis, Mrs. Ditto.
Curtis, Rev. Mr. Fellow of All Soul’s College, Oxford.

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Dalby, James, Esq. Tetbury.
Dance, Mr. Wm. Musician in Ordinary to his Majesty.
Davis, Sir John Brewer, Epsom, Surry.
Davis, Lady, Ditto.
Davis, Rev. Richard, Vicar of Tetbury.
Dauncey, Philip, Esq. Hart-street, Bloomsbury, 2 copies.
Dealtry, Rev. Doctor, Wicklow, Ireland.
De Chair, Rev. Doctor, Chaplain to his Majesty.
De Chair, Rev. R. B. Sheperdswell, Kent.
De la Pole, Sir John, Bart. M.P. Shute-house, Devonshire.
De la Pole, Lady, Ditto.
Dickenson, William, Esq. King’s Weston, Somerset.
Digby, Honourable Mrs.
Disney, Rev. Doctor, Rector of Pluckley, Kent.
Dodsworth, Rev. Francis, Vicar of Doddington, Kent.
Donnithorne, Nicholas, Esq. St. Agnes, Cornwall.
Donnithorne, Mrs. Ditto.
Draper, Rev. Edward, Rector of Lackington, Gloucestershire.
Ducie, Right Honourable Lord, 2 copies.
Dudley and Ward, Right Honourable Lord Viscount.
Dudley, Rev. Bate, Bradwell Lodge.
Dupuis, T. S. Mus.D. Ox. Organist and Composer to his Majesty.
Dupuis, Mr. Charles, Park-place.
Duval, D. Esq. Throgmorton-street.
Dyer, Mr. Samuel, Wotton under Edge.
Dyer, Mr. Henry, Ditto.

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Ebdon, Mr. Organist of the Cathedral, Durham.
Edward, Bryan, Esq. Southampton.
Ellis, Rev. Edward, Vicar of Westbourne, Sussex.
Errington, G. Ward, Esq. Nether Stowey, Somerset.
Erskine, Miss, Drumhugh, Scotland.
Estcourt, Rev. Doctor, Newnton, Wilts, 2 copies.
Estcourt, Thomas, Esq. M.P. Estcourt-house.
Estcourt, Honourable Mrs.
Estcourt, Edmund, Esq. Lincoln’s-inn.

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Farrer, Rev. Mr. Rector of Warmington, Warwickshire.
Finch, Rev. Doctor, Prebendary of Westminster.
Fitzherbert, Rev. William, Sub-Dean of St. Paul’s.
Fitzpatrick, Miss, Curzon-street, May-fair.
Foley, Rev. Mr. Vicar of Newent, Gloucestershire.
Foote, Rev. Robert, Rector of Boughton Malherb, Kent, 2 copies.
Fourdrinier, Mr. Lombard-street.
Frankland, Sir Thomas, Bart. Thirkleby, Yorkshire.
Freeland, Miss. M.

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Gabriel, Rev. Doctor, Rector of Harlington, Middlesex.
Gardiner, Henry, Esq. Wandsworth, Surry.
Glasse, Rev. Doctor, Vicar of Pencomb.
Goodden, Robert, Esq. Compton-house, Dorset.
Goodden, Rev. J. C. Rector of Compton, Dorset.
Goodden, Windham, Esq. Bristol.
Gough, Mr. Richard, Warminster.
Gower, Lady Susan Leveson.
Green, Mr. William, Winchester-street.

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Hale, J. Blagden, Esq. Alderley, Gloucestershire.
Hale, Mrs. Ditto.
Hales, Miss Caroline, Cavendish-square.
Hales, Miss, Brymore, Somersetshire.
Hamilton, Rev. Doctor, Vicar of St. Martin’s, Chaplain to his Majesty.
Hammersley, Thomas, Esq. Pall-mall
Hanson, James, Esq. Osmanthorp, Leeds.
Hanson, Mrs. Ditto.
Hardinge, G. Esq. M.P. F.R.S. F.S.A. 2 copies.
Harrington, Joseph, Esq. Hart-street, Bloomsbury.
Harris, George, Esq. Doctors Commons.
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Harrison, Rev. William, Rector of Brighton, Hants.
Harrison, Mr. Samuel, Percy-street.
Hart, T. Esq. Marksbury.
Hatchett, John, Esq. Hammersmith, 2 copies.
Hatchett, Charles, Esq. Ditto, 2 copies.
Hawkins, James, Esq. Croydon, Surry.
Haydn, Giuseppe, Mus.D. Ox.
Hayes, Philip, Mus.D. Professor of Music, Oxford.
Hayward, Rev. Mr.
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Heyward, Rev. C. Vicar of Haverell, Suffolk.
Hill, Richard, Esq. Pickwick, Chippenham, Wilts.
Hodgson, Rev. James, Croydon, Surry.
Holmes, William, Esq.
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Horne, Rev. Thomas, D.D. Chiswick.
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Humphrey, Rev. Mr. Vicar of Seal, Kent.
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Hutton, Rev. John, Houghton le Spring, Durham.

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Jackson, Rev. Jeremiah, Vicar of Ospringe, Kent.
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Jones, Rev. John, Loders near Bridport, Dorset.

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Keat, Miss, Charlotte-street, Bloomsbury.
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Keet, Rev. John, Rector of Hatfield, Herts, Chaplain to his Majesty.
Kilham, Leonard, Argyle-street.
Kirley, Mr. Blandford, Dorset.
Knyvett, Mr. Gent. of his Majesty's Chapels Royal.

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Lance, David, Esq. Southampton.
Lance, Rev. William.
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Lane, Mrs. Coffleet, Devonshire.
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Larton, Timothy, Esq. Alderley, Gloucestershire.
Lascelles, William, Esq. Inner Temple.
Laton, Rev. M. Chigwell, Essex.
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Lee, Rev. Mr. Bristol.
Leeds, his Grace the Duke of.
Leigh, Mr. Bookseller, York-street, Covent-garden.
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Lewis, Miss, Hawkhurst, Kent.
Lewis, Thomas, Esq. Gray's-inn.
Lynch, Rev. Doctor, Archdeacon of Canterbury.

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Marsh, Rev. George, Critchell, Dorsetshire.
Marlowe, Rev. Mr. Fellow of St. John's College, Oxford, 2 copies.
Maton, William George, Esq. Salisbury.
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Medley, Mr. George, Gentleman of his Majesty's Chapels Royal.
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Middleton, Mrs. Town Hill, Hants.
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Mitchel, David Robert, Esq. Dewlish, Dorsetshire.
Montresor, Miss, Belmont, Kent.
Moore, Mrs.
Moore, Peter, Esq. Hadley, Middlesex.
Moore, Mrs. Ditto.
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Nares, Rev. Edward, Fellow of Merton College, Oxford, 2 copies.
Nares, Rev. Robert, Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Duke of York.
Nelmes, Richard, Esq. Bristol.
Norwood, Rev. Edward, Rector of Sevington, Kent.

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Osborne, Mrs. Monksmill, Gloucestershire.

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Parker, Rev. Tho. Vicar of Churcham, Gloucest.
Parlby, Thomas, Esq. Stone-house, Devonshire.
Parsons, William, Mus.D. Ox. F.S.A.
Parsons, Mrs. Somerset-street, Portman-square.
Parsons, Miss, ditto.
Pate, Miss, Epsom, Surry.
Paul, Joseph Tippets, Esq. Tetbury.
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Pearce, Rev. Doctor, Master of the Temple.
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Pearce, Mr. Thomas, Berkeley, Gloucestershire.
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Pechell, Augustus, Esq. Portman-square.
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Perry, Mr. Wotton under Edge, Gloucestershire.
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Phillips, Rev. John, Wandsworth, Surry.
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Powis, Mrs. Mary, Berners-street, 2 copies.
Powys, Rev. Mr. Prebendary of Bristol.
Pratt, Lady Elizabeth.
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Prince, Rev. Mr. Magdalen Hospital.
Prowse, Mrs. Wicken Park, Northamptonshire.
Purnel, William, Esq. Dursley, Gloucestershire.

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Rackett, Rev. Thomas, Rector of Spetisbury, Dorsetshire.
Rackett, Mrs. Ditto.
Raikes, Rev. Richard, Maisemore, Gloucestershire.
Raikes, Mr. Robert, Gloucester.
Ray, Richard, Esq. Lincoln’s-inn.
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Richards, Rev. John, Rector of Little Cheyney, Long Bredy, Dorsetshire.
Rivington, Mr. Cha. Bookseller, St. Paul’s Church-yard.
Rivington, Mr. Francis, Ditto.
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Rochester, Dean and Chapter of.
Roebeck, Baroness de.
Rogers, Rev. A. M. Marli, Chancellor of Dromore Cathedral, Ireland.
Rumsey, Thomas, Esq. Excise Office.
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Salomon, Mr. John Peter, Hanover-square.
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Sayer, Major, Doddington, Kent.
Savage, Rev. John, Tetbury.
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Sharp, Granville, Esq. Temple, 3 copies.
Sharp, Mrs. Judith, Fulham.
Shawe, J. M. Esq. Ashford.
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Shepherd, Rev. Doctor, Canon of Windsor.
Sheppard, Miss, Minchin Hampton, Gloucestershire.
Sheppard, Miss Mary, Ditto.
Sherson, Rev. A. K. Fitcham.
Shield, Mr. Musician in Ordinary to his Majesty.
Shirley, Edward, Esq. Devonshire-street.
Shirley, Henry, Esq. Jamaica.
Simpson, Rev. Mr. Fellow of University College, Oxford, 2 copies.
Smith, Rev. M. Stafford, B.D. Prior-park.
Smith, J. Stafford, Gentleman of his Majesty’s Chapels Royal.
Smithson, Miss, Leeds, Yorkshire
Somerset, Lady Elizabeth.
Sotheby, Mr. York-street, Covent-garden.
Spencer, Honourable John.
Spencer, Right Honourable Lady Elizabeth.
Stafford, Marchioness of.
Steele, Right Honourable Thomas.
Stevens, William, Esq. Old Broad-street.
Stevens, Mr. Organist of the Hon. Society of the Inner Temple, and St. Michael’s, Cornhill.
Stiele, Miss Caroline, Upper Grosvenor-street.
Streatfield, Sandiforth, Esq. Basinghall-street, 2 copies.
Strong, Thomas, Esq.
Strong, Clem. Samuel, Esq. Pancras-lane.
Stone, Edward, Esq. Hoddesdon, Herts.
Syndercombe, Rev. Dr. George, Symondsbury, Dorset.

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Tattersall, Rev. John, Harwood, Yorkshire, Chaplain to his Majesty, 2 copies.
Tattersall, Rev. John, for Choir at Harwood, Yorksh.
Tattersall, Rev. John, for Choir at Ledsham, Yorksh.
Tattersall, Mrs. Harwood.
Taylor, Michael Angelo, Esq. M.P. Whitehall.
Taylor, Mr. Wotton under Edge.
Taylor, Mrs. Ditto.
Templer, James, Esq. Master of Crown Office, 2 copies.
Templer, James, Esq. for Choir of Crayford, Kent, 2 copies.
Templer, Mrs.
Templer, Rev. John, Lindridge, Devon, 2 copies.
Templer, Mrs. J.
Templer, George, Esq. M.P. Shopwick, Somersetshire.
Templer, Mrs. G.
Templer, Captain H. L. 10th, or Prince of Wales’s own Regiment of Light Dragoons.
Templer, Mrs. H. L.
Thomas, Rev. Mr. Kingswood, Wilts.
Thomson, Rev. Henry, Kenfyeld, near Canterbury.
Thorp, Mr. Alderman, Oxford.
Tomkins, William, Esq. Abingdon.
Tomkins, Mr. William, Ditto.
Tomkins, Mr. Robert, Cornhill.
Treacher, Mrs. Oxford, 2 copies.
Trecothick, James, Esq. Addington, Surry.
Trent, John, Esq; Spetisbury, Dorsetshire.
Tucker, Rev. Doctor, Dean of Gloucester.
Twysden, Lady.
Twysden, Miss.

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Veel, William, Esq. Adelphi.
Veel, Rev. Thomas, Wotton under Edge.
Veysie, Rev. Daniel, Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford.
Vincent, Rev. Doctor, Sub-Almoner and Chaplain to his Majesty.
Vyner, Rev. Doctor, Prebendary of Canterbury.

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Waldo, Peter, Esq. Mitcham, Surry.
Waldo, Mrs. Ditto.
Ward, John, Esq. Bond-street.
Ward, Mrs. R. Gower-street.
Ward, Miss, Wotton under Edge.
Ward, John Fielding, Esq. Fellow of Univ. Coll. Ox.
Warren, Samuel, Esq. Great Russel-street, Bloomsbury.
Warton, Mrs. Blandford, Dorset.
Watson, Charles, Esq. Wakefield.
Webbe, Mr. Organist of his Sardinian Majesty’s Chapel, Lincoln’s-inn-fields.
Webbe, Mr. Oxford.
Webster, Rev. James, Archdeacon of Gloucester.
Wedgewood, John, Esq. jun. Devonshire-place.
Wegg, Mrs. Bloomsbury-square, 2 copies.
Wegg, Miss S. Ditto.
Westbourne, Sussex, Rector of, for the use of his Church.
Weymouth, Viscountess.
Wharton, Rev. Robert, Archdeacon of Stow.
Whateley, Captain.
Whatman, James, Esq. Maidstone, Kent.
Wheler, Granville Hastings, Esq.
Whipham, Mr. Fleet-street.
Whitfield, Rev. Doctor, Rector of Russel, Wilts.
Wickham, John, Esq. Mow's Hall, near Chipping.
Wight, Rev. Moses, Chaplain to Bridewell Hospital.
Wight, Rev. Osborne, Rector of Ponsbury, Salop.
Wight, Robert, Esq. Tetbury.
Wignell, Mr. Philadelphia.
Williams, Philip, Esq. Penpont, Brecon.
Williams, Mrs. Ditto.
Williams, Miss, Ditto.
Wilson, Francis, Esq. Navy Office.
Wilson, W. jun. Esq.
Winchcomb, Nath. Esq. Stratford House, Gloucester.
Wood, Col. M.P. Harley-street.
Wood, Mrs. Ditto.
Wood, Thomas, Esq. Upper Chapton.
Wood, William, Esq. Tetbury.
Worgan, Mr. Richard, Yorkshire.
Worgan, Mr. Thomas, Yorkshire.
Worgan, Miss, Somerset-street, Portman-square.
Wotton under Edge, Gloucestershire, Vicar of, for the use of his Church.
Wright, Rev. Mr. Rector of Wichling, Kent.
Wynne, Sir William, Doctors Commons.

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Yeates, Mr. Samuel, Wortley, Gloucestershire.

Z.
Zouch, Rev. Tho. Rector of Scragingham, Yorksh.

The Editor cannot refrain from expressing the satisfaction he feels, in having obtained so powerful a support to his endeavours. Encouraged by such dignified and distinguished characters, he flatters himself, that his efforts to improve this part of the service, cannot fail to be crowned with the most desirable success. He can, with a degree of boldness, declare, that nothing will be wanting in him, or in those, who so kindly contribute to his assistance, to render the remaining part of this work equally worthy of their patronage.

Wotton under Edge,
June 4th, 1794.

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0037-10 PSALM 2. Ver: 6. 7. 8. 9. Christ's Acceptance of his Kingdom Thy will, great Father, I obey Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
00411 PSALM 2. Ver: 10. 11. 12. Kings exhorted to worship God and his Messiah Ye kings, from error's sleep arise Worgan, RichardRichard Worgan
00512-13 PSALM 3. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The Security of God's Protection. Behold, my God, what numerous foes Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
00614 PSALM 4. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. An Incitement to private Meditation Defender of my rightful cause Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
00715 PSALM 4. Ver: 5. 6. 7. The happy Effects of Confidence in God I hear a hopeless train demand Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
00816 PSALM 5. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. A Prayer for Preservation and for the Right-ordering of our Conduct The words that from my lips proceed Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
00917 PSALM 5. Ver: 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. God is the Defender of the Just. Behold me by a troop enclosed Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
01018-21 PSALM 6. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. An earnest Supplication to God for Mercy O spare me, Lord, nor o'er my head Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
01122 PSALM 7. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The Psalmist prays for Protection; and, conscious of his own Innocence, appeals to God O save me, Lord, and to my foes Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
01223 PSALM 7. Ver: 6. 7. 8. 9. A Declaration of God's Justice and Knowledge of Men's Hearts. Rise, mightiest Lord, triumphant rise Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
01324 PSALM 7. Ver: 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Sinners bring Misery on themselves. God's Righteousness is worthy of perpetual Praise. To God, my soul, for help repair Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
01425 PSALM 8. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Admiration of God's Works, and his Condescension to the human Race Immortal King, through earth's wide frame Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
01526-29 PSALM 8. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. Man is the chief Object of the inferior Creation Lord, what is man, that in thy care Stevens, Richard John SamuelRichard John Samuel Stevens
01630 PSALM 9. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. God is praised for his Goodness, and declared to be the eternal King and Judge of the Earth. Warmed to its inmost depth, my breast Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
01731 PSALM 9. Ver: 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. God is the Saviour of the Faithful. Come, ye who in the dangerous hour Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
01832 PSALM 9. Ver: 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. The Wicked are the Cause of their own Calamities. A Prayer that they may be taught to feel their Weakness. Low in the pit for others made Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
01933 PSALM 10. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. A Prayer that the Wicked, who does not believe in God, may be made to repent of his Presumption. Say, Lord, why thus thy aiding power Worgan, RichardRichard Worgan
02034-36 PSALM 10. Ver: 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. The base Designs of an impious Boaster. The sinner's lips, with curses fraught Wight, OsborneOsborne Wight
02137 PSALM 10. Ver: 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. An Intercession for the Afflicted. What eyes like thine, eternal Sire Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
02238-39 PSALM 11. Ver: 1. 2. 3. God protects the Faithful and Just. On God my steadfast hopes rely Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
02340 PSALM 12. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. God will assist such as are persecuted for Righteousness Sake. O help me, Lord; for none I see Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
02441 PSALM 12. Ver: 7. 8. 9. God's Promises never fail. Ungodly Rulers encourage Sin. Pure are thy words, almighty Lord Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
02542-44 PSALM 13. Confidence and Hope in God How long shall I, my God, in vain Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
02645 PSALM 14. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. The extravagant Height of Man's Unrighteousness. Behold the fool, whose heart denies Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
02746-47 PSALM 14. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. The Enmity of the Wicked against the People of God, and a Prayer for Salvation. O say what ignorance could blind Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
02848-49 PSALM 15. Ver: 1. 2. 3. The Qualifications of that Man who is fit to enter God's holy Temple. Who shall toward thy chosen seat Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
02950 PSALM 16. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. A Profession of the firmest Reliance on God. Father of all, my soul defend Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
03051-53 PSALM 16. Ver: 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. The Psalmist resolves to praise God, and is persuaded of being eternally happy with him. Thee let me bless, the faithful guide Stevens, Richard John SamuelRichard John Samuel Stevens
03154 PSALM 17. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A Prayer for the Protection and Safety of Innocence To thee, the Judge enthroned on high Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
03255 PSALM 17. Ver: 6. 7. 8. 9. God's Vengeance implored upon the Wicked. The Joy of resembling God in his Perfections. Rich in my spoils, with murth'rous hate Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
03356 PSALM 18. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. The Psalmist's Reliance upon God in Adversity and Danger Blest object of my soul's desire Stevens, Richard John SamuelRichard John Samuel Stevens
03457 PSALM 18. Ver: 6. 7. 8. 9. 16. God's awful Appearance in Behalf of his afflicted Servant. My words, as grieved to God I pray Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
03558-60 PSALM 18. Ver: 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. The Effects of God's awful Appearance. God to his car the cherub joined Stevens, Richard John SamuelRichard John Samuel Stevens
03661 PSALM 18. Ver: 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. God protects the Righteous. God in my rescue from the skies Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
03762 PSALM 18. Ver: 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. God never disappoints those who trust in him. Thy ways to ours conform: in thee Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
03863 PSALM 18. Ver: 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. The King prevails against his Enemies. What God but thee shall Israel know Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
03964-65 PSALM 18. Ver: 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. The unavailing Prayer and fearful Dismay of the Wicked. Blest Lord! 'twas thy resistless pow'r Wight, OsborneOsborne Wight
04066 PSALM 18. Ver: 42. 43. 44. 45. The King praises God for his extraordinary Successes. Blest be the living God, whose aid Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
04167 PSALM 19. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. The Works of Creation prove the Being of God. God the heav'ns aloud proclaim Anonymous
04268 PSALM 19. Ver: 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Warmth and life each thankful heart Pleyel, IgnazIgnaz Pleyel
04369 PSALM 19. Ver: 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. An Address to God to be preserved from Sins of Presumption. Blest Instructor, from thy ways Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
04470 PSALM 20. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A Petition to God for the King's Safety. May he, whom heav'n and earth obey Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
04571 PSALM 20. Ver: 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. The Psalmist is assured of God's Blessing I see, I see th'Almighty shed Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
04672 PSALM 21. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The King's Happiness and Security under God's Protection. By thy unwearied strength upheld Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
04773 PSALM 21. Ver: 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. The Success and Triumph of a devout Prince. Thou, Lord, shalt find each latent foe Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
04874-75 PSALM 22. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. The Complaint of the Righteous My God, my God, O tell me why Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
04976 PSALM 22. Ver: 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. An Appeal to God's fatherly Affection. Thine, mightiest Father, thine I am Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
05077 PSALM 22. Ver: 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. A Prayer against Persecutors. A hostile throng, who thee despise Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
05178-80 PSALM 22. Ver: 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. An Exhortation to praise God. I joy, O Lord, thy honoured name Wight, OsborneOsborne Wight
05281 PSALM 22. Ver: 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. A Prediction of the Increase of God's Worshippers on Earth. Maker of all! through every land Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
05382-83 PSALM 23. Ver: 1. 2. 3. An Acknowledgement of God's Grace and Goodness. Lo! my Shepherd's hand divine Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
05484-85 PSALM 24. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. God the Creator and Governor of the World, The Qualifications of his Worshippers. Earth, big with empires, to thy reign Broderip, RobertRobert Broderip
05586-87 PSALM 24. Ver: 7. 8. 9. 10. An Exhortation to prepare for the Reception of God's Holy Spirit. Lift, lift your heads, each hallowed gate Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
05688 PSALM 25. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. God is entreated to protect and guide his Servant To thee, great God, my soul shall rise Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
05789 PSALM 25. Ver: 6. 7. 8. 9. A humble Request for Pardon and Compassion. Good, Lord, and just art thou; thy love Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
05890-91 PSALM 25. Ver: 10. 11. 12. 13. The Blessedness of that Man who fears God. Ye souls that to his fear incline Wight, OsborneOsborne Wight
05992-93 PSALM 25. Ver: 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. A Prayer for Deliverance from Afflictions. Wrapped in the hostile snare I lie Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
06094-95 PSALM 26. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. The Psalmist conscious of his Integrity appeals to God whom he worships in the Sanctuary. Be thou my judge: thy searching eyes Stevens, Richard John SamuelRichard John Samuel Stevens
06196-97 PSALM 26. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. The Psalmist declares his Love for God's House and determines to bless God. How oft, instinct with warmth divine Haydn, JosephJoseph Haydn
06298 PSALM 27. Ver: 1. 2. 3. The Psalmist surrounded by Enemies puts his Confidence in God. Thou, Lord, my safety, thou, my light Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
06399 PSALM 27. Ver: 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. A longing desire to dwell in God's House & praise the Lord through whom the just Man triumphs. One wish, with holy transport warm Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
064100 PSALM 27. Ver: 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. A Prayer to God under Affliction. When forsaken by Parents God is our Protector. O hear me, Lord; on thee I call Tattersall, William DechairWilliam Dechair Tattersall
065101 PSALM 27. Ver: 15. 16. 17. 18. A Petition for Instruction and Safety, the Comfort of Hope, and an Encouragement to Patience and Fortitude. Instruct me, Lord, thy path to know Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
066102-103 PSALM 28. Ver: 1. 2. 3. The Psalmist prays for Deliverance from his Enemies, and prophesies their Destruction. God, my strength, to thee I pray Stevens, Richard John SamuelRichard John Samuel Stevens
067104-105 PSALM 28. Ver: 4. 5. The King praises God and intercedes for the People Let me, (for with pitying ear) Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
068105 PSALM 29. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. The most Powerful are exhorted to praise God, whose Thunder shakes and displaces Mountains. Sing, ye sons of might, O sing Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
069106-108 PSALM 29. Ver: 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. The wonderful Effects produced by God's Lightnings. The Eternity of his Reign and Happiness of his People. Now the bursting clouds give way Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
070109 PSALM 30. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. An Acknowledgement of God's Readiness to hear the Prayers and relieve the Sorrows of his afflicted Servants. To thee, great ruler of the skies Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
071110-111 PSALM 30. Ver: 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Human Confidence checked. Praise for the Restoration of God's Favour. O Lord, as pleased I looked around Wight, OsborneOsborne Wight
072112-113 PSALM 31. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. A Prayer for God's Direction, and for Deliverance from Danger. Lord, for on thee supported stand Smith, John StaffordJohn Stafford Smith
073114 PSALM 31. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Former Mercies an Encouragement to hope for future Consolation. God of my strength, the wise, the just Atterbury, LuffmanLuffman Atterbury
074115 PSALM 31. Ver: 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Afflictions the Consequence of Sin. Confidence in God. The guilt that in my thought revolves Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
075116-118 PSALM 31. Ver: 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. A Petition against the Wicked. The happy Condition of the Righteous. O let thy presence on me beam Arnold, SamuelSamuel Arnold
076119 PSALM 31. Ver: 21. 22. 23. 24. The Prayer of the Psalmist being accepted, he exhorts the good to rely on God's help alone. Blest be the name of Jacob's God Haydn, JosephJoseph Haydn
077120 PSALM 32. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. The Blessedness of the Man whom God freely pardons. The Misery of concealing Sin. How blest the man whose conscious grief Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
078121 PSALM 32. Ver: 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. The salutary Effects of a sincere Confession. My humbled soul its crimes shall own Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
079122-123 PSALM 32. Ver: 12. 13. 14. 15. Instruction to the Wicked, whose Obstinacy is reproved. An Exhortation to praise. Come, from thy God instruction learn Arnold, SamuelSamuel Arnold
080124-125 PSALM 33. Ver: . 2. The Duty of the Just to shew themselves thankful to God. Ye saints, to you the task belongs Wight, OsborneOsborne Wight
081126 PSALM 33. Ver: 3. 4. 5. The Truth and Efficacy of God's Word. God's words eternal truth has sealed Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
082127 PSALM 33. Ver: 6. 7. No human Counsels can succeed against the Divine Will. Their counsels vain the heathen tribes Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
083128-129 PSALM 33. Ver: 8. 9. 10. 11. God controls the Hearts of Kings, and is the Protector of the Faithful. Wide o'er the sons of earth his eye Smith, John StaffordJohn Stafford Smith
084130 PSALM 34. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. Praise for Deliverance from Trouble Thee will I thank, and day by day Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
085131 PSALM 34. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. The Security and unspeakable Happiness of the Righteous Behold a heart with woes oppressed Atterbury, LuffmanLuffman Atterbury
086132 PSALM 34. Ver: 10. 11. 12. 13. An Exhortation to walk in the Fear of God. Ye children, come; my precepts hear Cooke, RobertRobert Cooke
087133 PSALM 34. Ver: 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. The Humble and Meek are Objects of the Divine Compassion. With suppliant voice, in each distress Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
088134-135 PSALM 35. Ver: 1. 2. A Prayer for the Divine Assistance. Do thou, just God, my cause defend Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
089136-137 PSALM 35. Ver: 3. 4. God perceives the Designs of the Wicked, and is the Preserver of the Righteous. My foes, O Lord, with causeless hate Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
090138-139 PSALM 35. Ver: 5. 6. The Ingratitude of the Ungodly. A prey to want, oppressed with wrong Sampson, RichardRichard Sampson
091140-141 PSALM 35. Ver: 7. 8. The greatest Tenderness recompensed with extreme Cruelty. Dissolved in tears, with languor worn Arnold, SamuelSamuel Arnold
092142-143 PSALM 35. Ver: 9. 10. An earnest Petition against Persecutors How long wilt thou, my God, how long Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
093144-145 PSALM 35. Ver: 11. 12. 13. The mournful Suppliant comforted with the Prospect of the most happy Deliverance Lord, thou th'oppressor's rage hast seen Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
094146 PSALM 36. Ver: 1. 2. 3. The Perverseness of a hardened Sinner. Behold the wretch, in error lost Wight, OsborneOsborne Wight
095147 PSALM 36. Ver: 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. The comfortable effects of God's Mercy and Goodness to his People. Thy mercy, Lord, to heav'n extends Stevens, Richard John SamuelRichard John Samuel Stevens
096148 PSALM 36. Ver: 10. 11. 12. A Prayer for the Continuance of the divine Protection. Lord, may the souls who thee have known Smith, John StaffordJohn Stafford Smith
097149 PSALM 37. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. An Encouragement to Faith, Patience and Resignation Let not the sinner's wealth or might Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
098150-151 PSALM 37. Ver: 5. 6. The Inheritance of the Wicked is bestowed upon the Godly. See, from their dwelling torn, th'unjust Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
099152-153 PSALM 37. Ver: 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. The Disappointment and Punishment of the Wicked, and a Description of the Safety and Happiness of the Faithful. Gnashing his teeth, the fool prepares Atterbury, LuffmanLuffman Atterbury
100154-155 PSALM 37. Ver: 12. 13. 14. 15. God's Judgements a Warning to obstinate Sinners. Sudden Destruction awaits the Unrighteous; while the Good constantly enjoy the Blessings of Peace and Prosperity. Who know not thee, great God, to dread Worgan, Thomas DanversThomas Danvers Worgan
101156-158 PSALM 37. Ver: 16. 17. 18. 19. The Advantages of Godliness. From ill recede, to good incline Cooke, RichardRichard Cooke
102159 PSALM 37. Ver: 20. 21. 22. 23. They who trust in God shall escape the Afflictions that fall to the Lot of Sinners. Wait on thy God, observe his ways Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
103160 PSALM 38. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A Prayer for the Divine Mercy and Compassion. O spare me, Lord, nor o'er my head Arnold, SamuelSamuel Arnold
104161-162 PSALM 38. Ver: 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. The Aggravations of the Suppliant's Distress. Behold my heart with anguish torn Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
105163 PSALM 38. Ver: 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. An earnest Address against the Malicious and Ungrateful. Thou know'st the tenor of my prayer Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
106164-165 PSALM 39. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Prudent Resolutions and serious Reflections on the Uncertainty and Vanity of human Affairs. My steps discretion's rules shall guide Wight, OsborneOsborne Wight
107166-167 PSALM 39. Ver: 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. God alone can afford Men Pardon and relief. Their frail Nature is unable to sustain the Effects of his Anger. Where, Lord, shall I my refuge see? Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
108167 PSALM 39. Ver: 15. 16. 17. An earnest Prayer to the Almighty for a longer Time to prepare the Soul for Eternity. To thee, great God, my knees I bend Stevens, Richard John SamuelRichard John Samuel Stevens
109168 PSALM 40. Ver: 1. 2. 3. The happy Success of contented Resignation to the Will of Heaven With patient hope my God I sought Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
110169 PSALM 40. Ver: 4. 5. 6. Obedience the most acceptable Sacrifice. No sacrifice thy love can win Smith, John StaffordJohn Stafford Smith
111170-171 PSALM 40. Ver: 7. 8. 9. The Zeal of our blessed Saviour. – His numberless Sorrows. The faithful witness to thy fame Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
112172-173 PSALM 40. Ver: 10. 11. 12. A Petition for Help and Deliverance. Haste to thy servant's rescue, haste Atterbury, LuffmanLuffman Atterbury
113174-175 PSALM 41. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. The Security of the good and charitable Man. Blest who with generous pity glows Stevens, Richard John SamuelRichard John Samuel Stevens
114175 PSALM 41. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. The Ill-Treatment that falls to the Lot of the Merciful and Righteous O let me, Lord, thy mercy share Cooke, RobertRobert Cooke
115176-179 PSALM 41. Ver: 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. A Prayer for the Divine Favour, and an Exhortation to Praise Maker of all! Be thou my guard Haydn, JosephJoseph Haydn
116180-181 PSALM 42. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. The Psalmist laments his forced Absence from God's Temple, and the Insults of his Persecutors. As pants the hart for cooling springs Wight, OsborneOsborne Wight
117182 PSALM 42. Ver: 9. 10. 11. 12. Constancy under the severest Trials. When various griefs beset my soul Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
118183-184 PSALM 42. Ver: 13. 14. 15. 16. The Righteous preserves his Confidence in God. God of my strength, attend my cry Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
119185 PSALM 43. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. A Prayer against Oppressors, and for the Joyful Restoration to the Privileges of the Faithful in God's Sanctuary O weigh me, Lord, in equal scale Arnold, SamuelSamuel Arnold
120186 PSALM 44. Ver: 1. 2. 3. God's Miracles in Favour of Israel. Taught by our sires, great God, our ear Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
121187 PSALM 44. Ver: 4. 5. 6. An Acknowledgement of the Divine Power, which will be the constant Subject of Praise to the Righteous. Thee, Lord, our King, and thee alone Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
122188 PSALM 44. Ver: 7. 8. 9. 10. The afflicting Trials of God's People. Thy wonted aid, great God, withheld Smith, John StaffordJohn Stafford Smith
123189-191 PSALM 44. Ver: 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Whatever Troubles fall to the Lot of the Faithful, they continue stedfast in their Profession. Though torn with grief, with dread oppressed Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
124192-193 PSALM 45. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. The Glory and Majesty of the Messiah My heart its noblest theme has found Atterbury, LuffmanLuffman Atterbury
125194-195 PSALM 45. Ver: 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. The Offspring of the Greatest Potentates on Earth are to become Members of the Christian Church O God, through ages lasts thy throne Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
126196-197 PSALM 45. Ver: 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. The glorious Increase of the Elect. Imperial Tyre, that, throned on high Worgan, RichardRichard Worgan
127198 PSALM 46. Ver: 1. 2. 3. Whatever Storms may arise, the Servants of God have a sure Protection. On thee, great ruler of the skies Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
128199 PSALM 46. Ver: 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. God's Care of the Church. Behold fair Sion's blest retreat Arnold, SamuelSamuel Arnold
129200 PSALM 46. Ver: 9. 10. 11. 12. The dreadful Effects of the Divine Wrath. God preserves his People from their Enemies. O come, behold a scene of dread Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
130201 PSALM 47. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. The People are exhorted to shew their Joy on Account of God's extraordinary Kindness. Arise, ye people, clap the hand Broderip, RobertRobert Broderip
131202 PSALM 47. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Everlasting Praises are acknowledged to be due from all Men, because God carefully rewards them. Sing to our God; in loudest strain Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
132203 PSALM 48. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. God's Church is under the securest Protection. Great is our God; with warmest zeal Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
133204 PSALM 48. Ver: 6. 7. 8. 9. The Faithful rejoice in the Safety of the Church, and admire the Divine Goodness and Justice Lord, what our ears long since have known Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
134205-206 PSALM 48. Ver: 10. 11. 12. 13. The Wonders God has wrought in Behalf of his Church are to be gratefully and constantly remembered. Let Sion's heav'n-devoted mount Stevens, Richard John SamuelRichard John Samuel Stevens
135207 PSALM 49. Ver: 1. 2. 3. Mankind exhorted to pay the strictest Regard to the Divine Instruction Ye nations, hear! ye sons of earth Smith, John StaffordJohn Stafford Smith
136208 PSALM 49. Ver: 4. 5. 6. 7. The Value of the Soul is inestimable. Why should my soul with anxious dread Webbe Jr., SamuelSamuel Webbe Jr.
137209 PSALM 49. Ver: 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. People of all Ranks and Conditions must submit to the Stroke of Death Thou seest the man, in wisdom's school Atterbury, LuffmanLuffman Atterbury
138210 PSALM 49. Ver: 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. The Righteous shall have their Enemies in Subjection. - The Vanity of worldly Wealth and Grandeur. Ye just, exulting, lift your eyes Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
139211 PSALM 50. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. The Solemnity and Righteousness of God's Judgement. The Lord, th'almighty monarch, spake Haydn, JosephJoseph Haydn
140212-213 PSALM 50. Ver: 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. God instructs his People how to serve him acceptably. With humblest awe, my people hear Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
141214 PSALM 50. Ver: 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. An awful Warning to the Sinner. The sincere Worshipper only can hope for Salvation. Thou wretch, by discipline unawed Arnold, SamuelSamuel Arnold
142215 PSALM 50. Ver: 22. 23. Ye souls forgetful of my fear Wight, OsborneOsborne Wight
143216-217 PSALM 51. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. The Psalmist prays for Mercy, confesses the Enormity of his Sin, and acknowledges the Divine Justice. O Lord, whose mercies' vast amount Arnold, SamuelSamuel Arnold
144218 PSALM 51. Ver: 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. An earnest Application for spiritual Support, and the Pardon of presumptuous Sin. O turn, great Ruler of the skies Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
145219 PSALM 51. Ver: 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. True Penitence the most acceptable Sacrifice. - A Prayer for the Church. No victims, Lord, in solemn rite Cooke, MatthewMatthew Cooke
146220 PSALM 52. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. Though the Tyrant may boast of his Power to do Mischief, yet the Judgement of God awaits him. Why, tyrant, boasts thy heart the power Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
147221 PSALM 52. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. The Righteous shall triumph over their Enemies, and praise God. The just, with thankful awe possessed Smith, John StaffordJohn Stafford Smith
148222 PSALM 53. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. The Rashness of the Atheist, and Corruption of the World. Behold the fool, whose heart denies Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
149223-225 PSALM 53. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. The Madness of the Wicked in seeking to destroy God's People, who shall rejoice in his Salvation. O say what ignorance could blind Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
150226 PSALM 54. Ver: 1. 2. 3. A Prayer for Deliverance, and a Thanksgiving for God's Mercies. Thy name my stedfast heart avows Stevens, Richard John SamuelRichard John Samuel Stevens
151227 PSALM 55. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The Psalmist represents his Sufferings, and prays that he may escape the Persecution of his Enemies. O hear my voice, all-potent Sire Handel, George FridericGeorge Frideric Handel
152228-229 PSALM 55. Ver: 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. The Wounds of a false Friend affect the Mind more sensibly than those of an avowed Enemy. Lord, smite my foes, divide their tongue Atterbury, LuffmanLuffman Atterbury
153230-231 PSALM 55. Ver: 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. God will preserve the Righteous and subdue his Enemies. God, as with fervent lips I pray Cooke, RobertRobert Cooke
154232-233 PSALM 56. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. The Psalmist, professing his Confidence in God, implores Help against his barbarous and treacherous Enemies. O reach me, Lord, thy aiding power Smith, John StaffordJohn Stafford Smith
155234 PSALM 56. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. God numbers the Sorrows of his Servant, who relies on the divine Promises, and praises God. My grief to thine observing eye Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
156235 PSALM 57. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. The Psalmist in the Midst of Distress retains a full Assurance of God's Favour toward him. Thy mercy, Lord, amidst my woes Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
157236 PSALM 57. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. The Enemies of the Just are the Authors of their own Calamities. The lions round me roar aloud Arnold, SamuelSamuel Arnold
158237-240 PSALM 57. Ver: 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. God's infinite Truth and Goodness are the constant Subjects of the devout Man's Praise. My heart is fixed, almighty Sire Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
159241 PSALM 58. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. The Psalmist rebukes unrighteous Judges, and shews the early Origin and stubborn Progress of Sin. Ye whose lips the cause decide Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
160242 PSALM 58. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. God is entreated to pour forth his Judgement on the Unrighteous, and convince the World that his Servants shall not go unrewarded. Smite, great God, the lions' cheek Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
161243 PSALM 59. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A Prayer for Protection from blood-thirsty Enemies. Th'impending storm, my God, assuage Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
162244 PSALM 59. Ver: 6. 7. 8. God is implored to let the Wicked continue visible Examples of his Vengeance. Rock of my strength, to thee on high Harington, HenryHenry Harington
163245-247 PSALM 59. Ver: 9. 10. 11. The Psalmist requests God to exert his Power, and gratefully acknowledges his Salvation. Strike, Lord, O strike the needful blow Stevens, Richard John SamuelRichard John Samuel Stevens
164248 PSALM 60. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The Psalmist represents the Sufferings of God's People, and prays Relief for them and himself. Repulsed, dispersed, chastised by thee Smith, John StaffordJohn Stafford Smith
165249 PSALM 60. Ver: 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. The Certainty of God's Promises. The Enemies of the Righteous are brought into Subjection. God's truth shall ne'er forget to guard Atterbury, LuffmanLuffman Atterbury
166250 PSALM 60. Ver: 11. 12. 13. The Weakness of Man's Succour. God giveth his People both Courage and Victory. Behold us, Lord, oppressed with woe Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
167251 PSALM 61. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The Psalmist, in his Affliction, expresses his Confidence in God. Oppressed with grief, in exile lost Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
168252 PSALM 61. Ver: 6. 7. 8. The King praises God for the Safety of himself and his Descendants. Long life shall Israel's king behold Haydn, JosephJoseph Haydn
169253-255 PSALM 62. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. The Psalmist declares his full Trust in God, and shews that the Schemes of his Enemies will not succeed. My soul in God its rest has found Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
170256 PSALM 62. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. The Vanity of Man and of earthly Riches. - The Power and Goodness of God. Thee, Lord, my glory, thee alone Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
171257 PSALM 63. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. The Psalmist expresses an earnest Longing after God's Favour. - The Love of God the Source of the most substantial Pleasures. Thou art my God; to thee my eyes Broderip, RobertRobert Broderip
172258-259 PSALM 63. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. The Psalmist declares his Confidence in God, who preserves him from his Enemies. Thou moon, be witness if my bed Arnold, SamuelSamuel Arnold
173260 PSALM 64. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. An Address to the Almighty for Protection against the cruel and wicked Designs of his Enemies. Thine ear, thou Majesty divine Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
174261 PSALM 64. Ver: 7. 8. 9. 10. God's Judgement upon notorious Sinners the Occasion of Joy to the Faithful. Ah! whither shall the murderers fly? Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
175262-263 PSALM 65. Ver: 1. 2. 3. The Psalmist praises God for his Mercy and Forgiveness. Thee Sion's praise, O Lord, attends Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
176264 PSALM 65. Ver: 4. 5. 6. The Happiness of the devout Worshipper. The Righteousness of God, whose Power is acknowledged everywhere. Let Israel's tribes, their foes o'erthrown Sampson, RichardRichard Sampson
177265 PSALM 65. Ver: 7. 8. 9. The visible Proofs of God's Providence. Thou teachest, Lord, the grateful soil Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
178266 PSALM 66. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. The Psalmist calls on the World to adore the Maker. Ye sons of heav'n, in God rejoice Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
179267-268 PSALM 66. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. An Exhortation to reflect on the miraculous Deliverances of God's People. O come and view with reverent thought Stevens, Richard John SamuelRichard John Samuel Stevens
180269 PSALM 66. Ver: 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. An Incitement to bless God, who conducted his People through their Trials and Difficulties. Ye nations all, of various tongue Smith, John StaffordJohn Stafford Smith
181270 PSALM 66. Ver: 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. The Suppliant offers his promised Sacrifices, and shews what Qualifications are required to render our Prayers acceptable to God. Lo, to thy dome, my God and King Atterbury, LuffmanLuffman Atterbury
182271-279 PSALM 67. A Prayer for general Salvation. An Exhortation to praise God, who will enrich the Earth and its Inhabitants with his Blessing. May God his favouring ear incline Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
183280-281 PSALM 68. Ver: 1. 2. 3. The Psalmist beseeches God to subdue his Enemies, that the Faithful may triumph. Let God arise, and let his foes Worgan, Thomas DanversThomas Danvers Worgan
184282 PSALM 68. Ver: 4. 5. 6. 7. God's Name and Mercies the Subject of Praise. Your songs for Israel's God prepare Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
185283 PSALM 68. Ver: 8. 9. 10. 11. God shews himself the Leader and Protector of his People in their dangerous Journeys. O Lord, when o'er th'extended waste Arnold, SamuelSamuel Arnold
186284 PSALM 68. Ver: 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. The Daughters of Sion celebrate the Deliverance of Israel from the Armies which mighty Kings had led against them. Heav'n's mighty monarch gave the word Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
187285 PSALM 68. Ver: 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. The Hill of Sion excels all others. God's Ascent thither, and Distribution of his Gifts from thence. No more, O Basan, vaunt thy height Sampson, RichardRichard Sampson
188286-287 PSALM 68. Ver: 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. Endless Thanks are due to God for the Wonders he has wrought and promised to perform for Israel. To God, our ever-constant aid Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
189288-291 PSALM 68. Ver: 29. 30. 31. 32. A Description of God's Approach to the Sanctuary. My God, my King, with joyful view Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
190292-293 PSALM 68. Ver: 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. God's People encouraged. - Foreign Princes shall leave their Idols, and acknowledge the God of Israel. Strong in thy God, O Israel, rise Stevens, Richard John SamuelRichard John Samuel Stevens
191294 PSALM 68. Ver: 39. 40. 41. 42. The Nations are called upon to bless and praise God. God o'er the skies, in awful state Smith, John StaffordJohn Stafford Smith
192295-297 PSALM 69. Ver: 1. 2. 3. The Psalmist, in great Distress, prays to God for Deliverance. To thee I call; O haste thee near Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
193298 PSALM 69. Ver: 4. 5. 6. The Plea of the Innocent against the Injustice of his Persecutors. Behold my foes, around me spread Atterbury, LuffmanLuffman Atterbury
194299 PSALM 69. Ver: 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. The Zeal of the Godly raises the Indignation even of his own Kindred and Family against him. O let not, heav'nly Lord, thine aid Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
195300 PSALM 69. Ver: 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. An earnest Address for speedy Relief and Succour. O let me in th'accepted hour Haydn, JosephJoseph Haydn
196301 PSALM 69. Ver: 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. An Appeal to God, and a Request that the divine Judgement may be inflicted on merciless Persecutors. Thine ears have heard each insult keen Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
197302 PSALM 69. Ver: 25. 26. 27. 28. A Prayer for the Rejection of hardened Sinners and an Entreaty for Compassion and Comfort to the Afflicted. Let all, whose hearts no warnings bend Arnold, SamuelSamuel Arnold
198303 PSALM 69. Ver: 29. 30. 31. An Exhortation to praise God. Ye meek, who seek God's saving aid Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
199304 PSALM 70. Ver: 1. 2. 3. The Psalmist implores God's speediest Help against his Enemies. Haste to my aid, my Saviour, haste Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
200305 PSALM 71. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. The Psalmist prays with Confidence and Hopes of Salvation. On thee, O God, with steady frame Harington, HenryHenry Harington
201306 PSALM 71. Ver: 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. The Speeches and Designs of the Wicked against the Righteous, who solicits the divine Assistance, and promises to be thankful. O let me not, almighty friend Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
202307 PSALM 71. Ver: 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. The Mercies of God are infinite. - A Prayer of the Psalmist that he may be preserved to declare God's wonderful Works. Thy mercies, Lord, all praise surmount Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
203308-309 PSALM 71. Ver: 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. God is the greatest of all Beings. He comforts his Servant, who makes the divine Goodness the Subject of Praise. How great thy power, thy works how great Stevens, Richard John SamuelRichard John Samuel Stevens
204310-311 PSALM 72. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. The King's Prayer for himself and his Son, that they may fulfil their Duties justly. Instruct, great God, the kingly heart Dupuis, Thomas SandersThomas Sanders Dupuis
205312 PSALM 72. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. The Prince, who is a Representative of Christ, shall prosper, and his Empire shall reach to the most distant Parts. Thy fear succeeding times shall own Smith, John StaffordJohn Stafford Smith
206313 PSALM 72. Ver: 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Kings and Nations shall obey the Sovereign whom God has chosen. - The Poor shall be safe under his Government. Before Messiah's presence meet Atterbury, LuffmanLuffman Atterbury
207314 PSALM 72. Ver: 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. The abundant Blessings of the Reign of God's anointed. His Greatness and Goodness the constant Subject of Praise. Lift to the mountain's height your eyes Cooke, BenjaminBenjamin Cooke
208315-316 PSALM 73. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. The Psalmist is persuaded of God's Love to his People. The Happiness of the Ungodly almost tempts him to doubt Providence. Yes, mightiest Lord, my soul has known Worgan, RichardRichard Worgan
209317 PSALM 73. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. The Wicked in Prosperity oppress the Faithful, and even dare to insult the Majesty of Heaven. Forbid the general lot to share Hayes, PhilipPhilip Hayes
210318 PSALM 73. Ver: 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. The Just, unable to search into the Ways of the Almighty, are astonished at the Blasphemy of the Unrighteous, and seem inclined to suspect the Equity of the divine Judgements. Untaught to scan thy wise decree Arnold, SamuelSamuel Arnold
211319 PSALM 73. Ver: 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. The Psalmist conceals his Sentiments, lest he should discourage the Saints. At length, by frequenting the Temple, his Doubts respecting Providence are removed. My heart, awhile by grief assailed Parsons, WilliamWilliam Parsons
212320 PSALM 73. Ver: 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. God is Man's best Friend and Comforter; He will destroy the Unrighteous: The Just shall declare his Wonders. Such woes, in error's fetters chained Cooke, MatthewMatthew Cooke
213321 PSALM 74. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. The miserable Situation of God's People exposed to the Fury of merciless Enemies, who lay waste the Sanctuary. O thou, whose hand has Israel led Callcott, John WallJohn Wall Callcott
214322 PSALM 74. Ver: 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. An Address to the Almighty, imploring him to consider the Desolations of the Holy Temple, and put a Stop to the Calamities of his People. Along the violated dome Webbe, SamuelSamuel Webbe
215323-326 PSALM 74. Ver: 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. God's extraordinary Miracles in Behalf of Israel. Thee from of old my King I see Shield, WilliamWilliam Shield
216327 PSALM 74. Ver: 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. God is entreated to assert his own Cause, and punish the Blasphemers of his Name and Oppressors of his chosen People. Parent of nature! God supreme Stevens, Richard John SamuelRichard John Samuel Stevens
217328 PSALM 75. Ver: 1. 2. 3. 4. The Psalmist praises God, resolves to judge righteously, and reproves the Proud and Obstinate. Thy name, immortal God, thy name Smith, John StaffordJohn Stafford Smith
218329 PSALM 75. Ver: 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. God alone sets up Kings, and chastises Rebels. Shall power, to east or west inclined Atterbury, LuffmanLuffman Atterbury

Works at CPDL

Title Year Page Genre Subgenre Vo. Voices
A prey to want, oppressed with wrong 1794 138 Sacred Hymns 3 SSB
Blest be the name of Jacob's God 1794 119 Sacred Hymns
Defender of my rightful cause 1794 14 Sacred Hymns 3 SSB
Earth, big with empires, to thy reign 1794 84 Sacred Hymns 3 SSB
How oft, instinct with warmth divine 1794 96 Sacred Anthems 3 SAB
Long life shall Israel's king behold 1794 252 Sacred Anthems 3 SAB
Maker of all! Be thou my guard 1794 176 Sacred Anthems 3 SAB
My God, my God, O tell me why 1794 74 Sacred Hymns 3 SSB
My words, as grieved to God I pray 1794 57 Sacred Hymns 3 SSB
O let me in th'accepted hour 1794 300 Sacred Hymns 3 SAB
O weigh me, Lord, in equal scale 1794 185 Sacred Hymns 3 SSB
The Lord, th'Almighty monarch, spake 1794 211 Sacred Hymns 3 STB, SAB
The sinner's lips, with curses fraught 1794 34 Sacred Anthems 3 SSB
What eyes like thine, eternal Sire 1794 37 Sacred Hymns 3 SAB
Where, Lord, shall I my refuge see? 1794 166 Sacred Hymns 3 SSB
Why thus enraged, ye tribes profane? 1794 6 Sacred Hymns 3 SSB
Ye kings, from error's sleep arise 1794 11 Sacred Hymns 3 SSB


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