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God, and yet not too much so for private or domestic use. It is more difficult to point out the distinguishing marks of such hymns, than to perceive them when exhibited in the hymns themselves. It is my desire, as I have before intimated, that this volume may be found worthy to become a Manual of Devotion; to be taken by the worshipper to church, and back to his house again; to go with the traveller on his journey, and the sailor on the sea; and it is my prayer that it may everywhere be accompanied by the gracious blessing of God. F. W. P. G.
BosTon, Nov. 1, 1831.
TABLE OF CON TENTS.
PRO PE R L E S SON S
to or Read from the old rest AM ENT,
IT is not intended that the minister should be confined to the
be read through. The minister is at liberty to change the Lesson
The appointed Lessons from the New Testament are to be ||
Proper Psalms for particular days are to be found by referring