The royal penitent: a paraphrase on the seven penitential Psalms, by R. Daniel

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Richard Daniel (dean of Armagh)

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Page 33 - the horrid Deed I backward trace, My Soul rolls inward, and forgets her Peace} Waking I dream, and in the filent Night A frightful Vifion
Page 29 - his dreadful Meaning reach'd my Soul } Thou art the Man has fix'da deadly Smart, Thou art the Man lies throbbing at my Heart. I am- — whate'er thy Anger can
Page 48 - in Air this wondrous Ball, And out of Nothing fpeak this beauteous All? Didft thou not give the Sun his quickning Ray, To flame around, and blefs the World with Day
Page 55 - Come, mighty God, and take my Injur'd Part, Oh come, and reign for ever in my Heart. OH
Page 31 - is my Crime, and foul the Stain, The humble Suppliant never kneels in vain. AMAZING Terrors in my
Page 34 - to Arms ! who now will go To fight my Battles, and repel the Foe > Who now to
Page 55 - COME, mighty God, and take thy Servant's part, Come, mighty God, and triumph o'er my Heart;
Page 29 - and exalted to the firft Degree, Thy heav'nly Will had made the Monarch free; The fond
Page 30 - into Air, Since I forgot the Lord who fix'd me there! Was it for this thou
Page 30 - Glorious Land) And thy own Flock committed to my Hand ? Was I the Shepherd to go

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