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The horned Moon 'to shine by night,
Among her spangled fifters bright:

For his, &c.

He with his thunder-clasping hand,
Smote the first-born of Egypt's Land:

For his, &c.

And in despight of Pharao fell,
He brought from thence his Israel:

For his, &c.

The ruddy waves he cleft in twain
Of the Erythræan main:

For his, &c.

The floods stood still like walls of Glass,
While the Hebrew Bands did pass:

For his, Esc.

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And to his servant Israel
He gave their Land 'therein to dwell:

For his, & C.

He hath with a piteous eye
Beheld us in our misery :

For his, &c.

And freed us from the slavery
Of the invading enemy:

For his, &c.

All living creatures he doth feed,
And with full hand supplies their need ;

For his, &C.

Let us therefore warble forth
His mighty majesty and worth :

For his, &c.

That his manfion hath on high,
Above the reach of mortal eye :

For his mercies ay endure,
Ever faithful, ever fure.

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