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INDEX.

eople that on earth do dwell,............ 39

from the realms of glory ,............. 71
0 God! and let thy grace........

34
the hart for cooling streams,...

23
my glory; harp and lute......... 28
my joy, awake, I say..............

28
my soul, and with the sun,.....
our souls, and bless his name,

......... 99

go........... 86

Jehovah's awful throne,.......... 102
the Lamb of God,........

66
e the trumpet, blow,.......

98
at and best of the sons of the morning, 111

the Lord, the mighty King,......... 16
birth and early years, ...........

77
Holy Spirit, come,.....

84
let our voice ascend,....

93
et us join our cheerful songs,
let us lift our joyful eyes,,

107
sound His praise abroad,...

37
Thou long expected Jesus,.....

65
ve saints, unite your praises,....

........ 80

83

Jehovah ! God of nations,...........

105

God! we look to Thee........... 97
we wait to feel thy grace.............. 106
of mercy, God of love,.......

....... 98

PREFACE.

THE antiquity, the use and importance of Psalmody are so generally admitted, that it would be superfluous to adduce any arguments, or to refer to any authorities on these subjects: It is however to be lamented, that while the peculiar fitness of thus addressing our praises to God is acknowledged, too little attention has been paid to this beautiful and sublime portion of our Church service.

In some Congregations, not only the performance itself, but the choice of the words and tunes rests altogether with two or three individuals who are by no means qualified for the office; and whose behaviour during other parts of the service is too often at variance with the solemn ends of public worship. In others, where there

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