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VERSE, COUNTEE TENOR, TENOR, AND BASS.

401.

Ecclus. Xliii., 29.—The Lord is very great and terrible, marvellous in his works; he is great, above all his works.

SOLO BASS.

11, 12. Look upon the rainbow, and praise him that made it: beautiful it is in the brightness thereof: it compasseth the heaven with a glorious circle, and the hand of the most High hath bended it.

SOLO TENOR OR COUNTER TENOR.

13, 19. He maketh the snow to fall apace, and sendeth swiftly the lightnings of his judgments: the hoar frost also he poureth on the ground, and the eye marvelleth at the beauty of the whiteness thereof.

VERSE, COUNTER TENOR, TENOR, AND BASS.

20. When the cold north wind bloweth, and the water is congealed into ice, it is clothed as with a breastplate.

Romans Ii., 33.—O how unsearchable are all his ways, and his works are past finding out.

FULL, FIVE VOICES.

Ecclus. Xliil, 16, 17.—At his sight the mountains are shaken, and at his will the south wind bloweth: the noise of the thunder, the northern storm and the whirlwind make the earth tremble.

Psalm Lxviii., 4.—Sing unto God, and sing praises unto his name, and magnify him that rideth upon the heavens: praise him in his name Jehovah, yea, and rejoice before him. Amen.

Beckwith, Jun.

SOLO BASS.

402.

Job x., 1, 2.—My soul is weary of life: I will speak in the bitterness of my soul: I will say unto God, Oh! do not condemn me; shew me why thou contendest with me.

VERSE, TWO TREBLES, COUNTER TENOR, AND
TENOR.

Job Xiv., 1, 2.—Man, that is born of a woman, is of few days, and full of trouble: he cometh up, and is cut down like a flower.

He fleeth as it were a shadow, and continueth not in one stay.

SOLO BASS.

Job Vii., 21.—Why pardonest thou not my transgressions, why take not mine iniquity from me?

Job xrv., 13.—Oh! that thou wouldst hide me in the grave, till thy wrath be past.

VERSE, TWO TREBLES.

Job in., 17.—There the wicked cease from troubling, there the weary are at rest.

Job Xiv., 13.—Oh! that thou wouldst hide me in the grave.

RECITATIVE, TWO TREBLES.

Job V., 17, 18.—Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth; for he maketh sore and bindeth up, he woundeth and maketh whole.

RECITATIVE, BASS.

Therefore I will trust, and not be afraid.

SOLO BASS, AND FULL FOUR VOICES.

Isaiah Xii., 2.—For the Lord Jehovah is my strength and my song ;. and he will also become my salvation. Beckwith.

Psalm Lxxxvi. Verse, Treble, Tenor,

AND BASS.

403.

1. Bow down thine ear, O Lord, and hear me: for I am poor, and in misery.

2. Preserve thou my soul, for I am holy. My God, save thy servant, that putteth his trust in thee.

Bow down, &c. Cherubini.

Psalm Cxix. Full, Four Voices. 404.

33. Teach me, O Lord, the way of thy statutes: and I shall keep it unto the end.

Solo Bass.

34. Give me understanding, and I shall keep thy law.

Verse, Two Trebles.

35. Make me to go in the path of thy commandments: for therein is my desire.

36. Incline my heart unto thy testimonies, and not to covetousness.

FULL, FOUR VOICES.

38. O stablish thy word in thy servant: that I may fear thee.

40. Behold, my delight is in thy commandments. O quicken me in thy righteousness.

Attwood.

Psalm Xvii. Solo Bass; And Full, Four Voices. 405.

6. Incline thine ear to me, O Lord, make haste to deliver me.

O save me for thy mercies' sake.

Himmel.

Psalm Xcvi. Full, And Verse, Five Voices. 406.

1. O sing unto the Lord a new song:

2. Sing unto the Lord, and praise his name be telling of his salvation from day to day.

SOLO BASS.

Psalm Cl., 2.—Praise him in his noble acts according to his excellent greatness.

3. Praise him in the sound of the trumpet:

VERSE, TWO TREBLES.

Praise the Lord upon the lute: praise the Lord upon the harp.

VERSE, FIVE VOICES.

Sing to the harp with a psalm of thanksgiving.

VERSE, COUNTER TENOR, AND TENOR;
AND FULL.

6. Let every thing that hath breath, praise the Lord, for his name only is excellent, and his praises above Heaven and Earth. Hallelujah. Amen. Banks.

FULL, FOUR VOICES.

407.

, Psalm Lxi., 6.—O Lord grant the King a long life.

VERSE, TWO TREBLES.

7. He shall dwell before God for ever: O prepare thy loving mercy and faithfulness that they may preserve him.

FULL AND VERSE, FOUR VOICES.

Psalm Cxxxii., 19.—As for his enemies, clothe them with shame, but upon himself let his crown flourish. Banks.

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