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6 Heaven and earth are | full | of the | majesty |

of thy | glory. 7 The glorious company | of the-a- | postles |

praise | --1- | thee. 8 The goodly fellowship | of the | prophets || praise

- -1- -| thee. 9 The noble | army-of | martyrs || praise | --|

- - thee. 10 The holy church throughout | all the world

doth — ac- | knowledge thee, 11 The Fa-- 'ther || of an | infinite | majes

ty; 12 Thine honourable, true, and only | Son; || also

the Holy Ghost, the Comfort- l'er. 13 Thou art the King of glory, |! 01--1

- | Christ. 14 Thou art the ever- | lasting | Son || ofl — the

| Fath- - | er. 15 When thou tookest upon thee to de- | liver

man, ll thou didst humble thyself to be born

- of a | virgin. 16 When thou hadst overcome the sharpness of

death, || thou didst open the kingdom of

heaven to | all be- | lievers. 17 Thou sittest at the right hand-of God, || in

the glory of the Father. 18 We believe that thou shalt | come to be

our — Judge. 19 We therefore pray thee | help thy | servants,

whom thou hast redeemed | with thy | precious

| blood. 20 Make them to be numbered with thy saints

in | glory | ever-| lasting. 21 O Lord, save thy people, || and bless thine /

heri- | tage. 22 Gov- 1 - ern | them || and | lift them / up for

ever. 23 Day 1 - by | day || we | magni- | fy - thee;

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GLORY be to the Father, and | to the | Son, || and |

to the Holy | Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall

be, || world | without | end. A- / men.

INDEX OF AUTHORS.

ab, signifies that the hymn has been abridged.

sl. signifies that the hymn consists of verses selected from a
poem, or two or three different hymns of the author.

The dates within brackets are those respectively of the author's
birth and death. A dash within brackets, (:-), is attached
to the names of living authors.

Adams, Mrs. Sarah Fuller (1805 : 1848), 216; 350.
Addiscott, Rev. Henry (1806 : 1860), 206, ab.
Addison, Joseph (1672 : 1719), 112, ab.
Alford, Rev. Henry, D.D. (1810 : 1871), 407.
Allen, Rev. James (1734 :1804), 88, ab.; 321, ab.
Alexander, Mrs. Cecil Frances ( :-), 79; 218.
Alexander, Rev. James Waddell, D.D. (1804 : 1859), 38, ab.
Alexander, Rev. William Lindsay, D.D. (1808 : - ), 417, ab.
Ambrose of Milan (340 : 397), 398, ab.
Anonymous, 42; 100, ab.; 163, ab.; 290, 408.
Auber, Miss Harriet (1773 : 1862), 106, ab.

Bakewell, Rev. John (1721 : 1819), 89.
Baring-Gould, Rev. Sabine, M.A. (1834 : - ), 279; 378, ab.
Barton, Bernard (1784 : 1849), 127, ab.; 197, ab.; 235, ab.; 243, ab.;

251, ab.; 293, ab.
Bathurst, Rev. William Hiley, M.A. (1796 : - ), 169; 230, ab.;

386.
Baxter, Rev. Richard (1615 : 1681), 171, ab.
Beddome, Rev. Benjamin, M.A. (1717 : 1795), 60, ab.; 82, ab.;

205; 223; 309, ab.; 355.
Bernard of Clairvaux (1091 : 1153), 38, ab.; 92, sl.
Bernard of Cluny (12th Cent.), 295, sl.
Berridge, Rev. John (1716 : 1793), 234, ab.
Bickersteth, Rev. Edward Henry, M.A. (1825 : - ), Dox. VII.
Bode, Rev. John Ernest, M.A. (1816 : 1874), 83.
Bonar, Rev. Horatius, D.D. (1808 : - ), 128 ; 256 ; Dox. II.
Bowdler, John (1783 : 1815), 250.
Bowring, Sir John, LL.D. (1792:1872), 2; 8; 32; 36; 233, ab.; 265.
Brady, Rev Nicholas, D.D. (1659 : 1726), Dox, XI.
Breviary, Roman, 96.

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