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R. WATTS, PRINTER, CROWN COURT, TEMPLE BAR.
Price Half-a-crown, in sheep or cloth :
*Three Shillings in calf.
CHIEF OBJECTS KEPT IN VIEW, IN FORMING
1. By means of all the principal Versions of the PSALMS which have appeared to the present time, to give nearly the whole of that Sacred Book, in Portions of proper length for Public Worship, and adapted, in its evangelical sense, to the use of the Christian Church; with such titles to each Fortion, and such Introductory Remarks—from Bishop Horne, where not otherwise specified as Inight lead to the intelligent use of the Psalter.
2. By selecting those HYMNS, almost exclusively, which are adapted to Public Worship, to furnish a great variety of such compositions as might be used with propriety by mixed Congregations; and as should, at the same time, provide for all occasions of a public naturesuch as, Sermons for Schools and other Charities, and Days of National Humiliation and Thanksgiving; with an ample supply on topics to which the attention of the Christian Church begins to be more generally and devoutly drawn —the Influence of the Holy Spirit, and the Propagation of the Gospel. It should be added, that, by the liberal permission of Mrs. Heber, this Collection is enriched by many of the com