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lowing to every part its due weight. See
ful, and has a tongue given him to speak forth
tion, “ the singers," and who have sometimes been ignorant enough of propriety to expect In fact, the whole congregation ought to be the singers, and those who take the lead are would be in the reading-desk or pulpit. It
, as a Greek sermon, or Latin prayers,
heart; we shall greatly mistake, therefore, if we
sistent with cheerful
It should not be forgotten that collections
, and al
It may not be unsuitable in this place to
the sentiments of his heart. How inconsistent then is the common practice of confining the use of Psalmody to a few individuals, who are apt to call themselves
, for the sake of distine
remuneration for their services; thus, con-
, looking for their reward from men.
bound to make use of such tunes only as
must ever be remembered that God looks at the
PSALMS AND HYMNS;
FOR PUBLIC WORSHIP,
IN FOUR BOOKS,
Book I. The Psalms of David.
Seasons of the Year.
Hymns designed for Family Worship.
PRINTED FOR C. J. G. & F. RIVINGTON,
ST. PAUL'S CHURCHI-YARD,
AND WATERLOO-PLACE, PALL-MALL.