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" Let mine adversaries be clothed with shame : and let them cover themselves with their own confusion, as with a cloke. 29 As for me, I will give great thanks unto the Lord with my mouth : and praise him... "
The Christian's pattern: or, A treatise of the imitation of Jesus Christ, in ... - Page 39
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The Psalter; or, Psalms of David, with the hymns and canticles used in the ...

William Smith (organist of Crookes church) - 1849
...with \ shame : and let them cover themselves with their own con | fusion, • as \ with • a \ cloke. 29 As for me I will give great thanks unto the | Lord • with my \ mouth : and | praise • him a \ mong • the \ multitude. 30 For he shall stand at the right | hand • of the...
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The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments: And Other ...

Church of England - 1850
...adversaries be cloathed with shame : and let them cover themselves with their own confusion as with a cloak. 29 As for me, I will give great thanks unto the Lord with my mouth : and praise him among the multitude. 30 For he shall stand at the right hand of the poor : to save his soul...
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The Psalter, with the Gregorian tones adapted to the several psalms [by W.B ...

William Beadon Heathcote - 1849
...adversaries be clothed with shame : and let them cover themselves with their own confusion, as with a cloke. As for me, I will give great thanks unto the Lord with my mouth : and praise him among the multitude ; For he shall stand at the right hand of the poor : to save his soul...
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The Psalter of the national chant book, pointed for chanting by J. Ingham

James Ingham - 1849
...• as | with • a | cloke. = DoH&GtO.D MAJOR. GtO.D.&S.P. MAJOR. Sw. Haut.— with my | mouth: || 29. As for me, I will give great thanks unto the LORD AND | praise him • a- | -mong • the | multitude. 30. For he shall stand at the right HAND | of...
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The English Psalter, adapted to the ancient ecclesiastical chant, with the ...

1853 - 410 pages
...be j clothed with shame : and let them cover themselves with their own confusion,* as \ with a doke. 29 As for me,* I will give great thanks unto the Lord \ with my mouth : and praise him a- \ mong the multi-tude. 30 For he shall stand at the right j hand of the poor : to save...
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The Psalter, or, Psalms of David &c., &c. pointed for chanting

Episcopal Church - Psalters - 1856 - 253 pages
...\ shame || and let them cover themselves with their own con-| fusion, • as \ with • a \ cloke. 29 As for me, I will give great thanks unto the Lord | with • my \ mouth || and praise | him • a-\-mong • the \ multitude. 30 For he shall stand at the right hand | of • the...
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The Psalter, pointed for chanting: respectfully dedicated ... to ... Rev ...

James Ingham, Church of England - Bible - 1856 - 168 pages
...-joice. 28. Let mine adversa-RiES be | clothed • them cover themselves with their OWN con • cloke. = 29. As for me, I will give great thanks unto the LORD | with • my | month : || AND | praise him • a- | -mong • the | multitude. 30. For he shall stand at the right...
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The Psalter Noted

Thomas Helmore - Chants - 1856 - 245 pages
...with shame : and let them cover themselves with their own confusion, as with a cloke. 29. As for ! 1 me, I will give great thanks unto the Lord with my mouth : and praise • IP "HIhim among the multitude; 30. For he shall stand at the right hand of the poor : to...
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A penitential [by G. Nugée].

George Nugée - 1857
...adverfaries be clothed with fhame : and let them cover themfelves with their own confufion, as with a cloke. 29 As for me, I will give great thanks unto the Lord...with my mouth : and praife him among the multitude ; 30 For he mall ftand at the right hand of the poor : to fave his foul from unrighteous judges. MORNING...
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The Book of psalms, as read in the daily service, with notes by E. Hawkins

Ernest Hawkins - 1857
...adversaries be clothed with shame, and let them cover themselves with their own confusion, as with a cloke. 29 As for me, I will give great thanks unto the Lord with my mouth, and praise Him among the multitude ; 30 For He shall stand at the right hand of the poor, to save his soul...
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