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A Commentary On The Psalms From Primitive and Mediæval Writers Volumes 1 To 4 by Rev. J.M. Neale D.D.

1. An anthem is made, with certain verbal changes, from Ps. 115:9–18, at the beginning of the office.

2. A second anthem follows, each verse of which begins with a phrase from the Psalms; thus: Ps. 98:4, 29:11, 111:9, 107:38, 80:7, 124:8, 118:19, 10:16, 85:8, &100.

3. A third anthem, at the blessing of the bridal robes, begins with Ps. 93:1a.

4. A fourth anthem, on the same model as No. 2, with a cento of phrases from the Psalms.

5. Ps. 128.

6. At setting up the bridal chamber, an anthem of centos with responsory.

7. Ps. 67.








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