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1st line 1st syllable 2nd syllable 3rd line 4th line 4th syllable Add accent adore Alleluia ancient Angel Behold beneath blessed blest brought into Iambic Chorus Christ composed crown dark death Divine dwell earth eternal everlasting evermore eyes faith Father fear feet foot glorious glory God's grace grief Hallelujah hand hath hear heard heart heaven heavenly holy Place hour Iambic metre Isaiah King Lamb light line unaccented live Lord Luke Matthew measure measured music meek mercy metre is Iambic metre is regularly metre is Trochaic metrical mighty mortal Musical Poetry Musician nigh night o'er pain peace praise pray prayer Psalmody quatrain redeeming regularly accented regularly Iambic rejoice Repeat the music rest rhythm righteous rise round Saviour seek shew sing skies song soul Spirit Spondee stand stanza unaccented Thee Thine Thou hast Thro throne Thy love Trochaic metre trod truth verse voice wings words
Page xxviii - pare, And feed me | with a | shepherd's care; His presence | shall my | wants supply, And guard me | with & | watchful eye.
Page xxii - long;— Sitting was more convenient for the song;— Nor till her lay was ended could I move, But wished to dwell for ever in the grove; Only methought the time too swiftly
Page 230 - MORNING. LM* Awake, my soul! and with the sun Thy daily stage of duty run!
Page 234 - and weeks and days, Demand successive songs of praise, Still be the cheerful homage paid, With opening light, and evening shade.
Page 228 - duties share, And join in penitence, and join in prayer ! So shall the GOD of mercy pleas'd receive That only tribute man has power to give ; So shall He hear
Page xxiv - gold, Have slain their brothers, or their country sold, And leaving their sweet homes, in exile run To lands that lie beneath another sun : The peasant, Innocent of all these Ills, With crooked ploughs the fertile
Page xxiv - Not brother's blood, nor hazards of their own; Around the world in search of it they roam; It makes e'en their Antipodes their home : Meanwhile the prudent Husbandman is found In mutual duties striving with his ground.
Page 230 - all creatures here below! Praise HIM, above, Angelic host! Praise FATHER, SON, and HOLY GHOST ! MORNING.