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“I will sing unto the Lord as long as I live; I will sing praises
to my God while I have my being." Psalm civ, 33.
This volume was compiled for the use of the Congre
gations of St. Clement, St. Helen, St. Peter, and St.
Stephen, Ipswich; to the members of which it is sin
cerely hoped it may prove spiritually beneficial in public
and private worship.
Ipswich, June, 1840.
Page 5-13th line from bottom, for c. M. read L. M. Page 89—9th line from ditto, for D. L. M. read P. M. Page 93--13th line from ditto, for L. M. read P. M. Page 176— 13th line from ditto, for light, read sight.
SELECTION OF PSALMS.
PSALM I. (c. m.)
1 HOW blest is he who ne'er consents
By ill advice to walk,
Where men profanely talk.
His business and delight; Devoutly reads therein by day,
And meditates by night. 3 Like some fair tree, which fed by streams,
With timely fruit does bend,
All his designs attend. 4 For God approves the just man's ways,
To happiness they tend ;
Shall both in ruin end.
PSALM III. (L. M.)
Thy gifts are ev'ry evening new,