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The Hebdomadaryalone chants thef ollowing Chapter (Isaias 3':3: 2).-

Now unto the King Etemal, Immortal, Invisible, t the One Only Wise I • '. = 111 God, be honour and glory * unto the ages of ages. Amen. All respond:~. Thanks be to God.

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The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the lst Psalm, using this

Tone, including the intonation notes (within the firs! set of brackets therein):

o Lord My God, in Thee have I T put my hope; *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side f21. the Quire completes the verse:

save me from them that persecute me, and do

t Thou de-liv-er miL And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the lwo sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Lest at any time like a li-on he i seize my soul, * when there is none to

re- t deem me, nor to save._ ~

o Lord My God, if I have i done this, '* if there be in-:-jus- 1 tice in my hands,

If I have paid back evil to them that rendered e-vil i un-to me, * then let me. fall back empty l from mine en-em-ies.

_ Then let the enemy pursue my soul, t and take it; and let hljn tread down my

life in- i to the earth, *_ and my glory let him bring t down in-to the dust.

Arise, 0 Lgrd, in Thine T ang-er; * exalt Thyself to the furthest boundaries

t of Thine en-em-ies. ,

~ And arouse Thyself, 0 Lord My God, in the commandment which Thou T hast

en-joined, * and a congregation of peoples 1 shJII sur-round Thee. -s A

And for their sakes re-turn Thou i on High; '* the Lord shall 1 judge the peo-ples. Judge me, O,Lord, according to my T righ-teous-ness, * and according to mine

in-no- J, cence with-in me. _ ,

Let the wickedness of sinners be ended, and ... do Thou guide the i righ-teous

man, * 0 God, That searchest lout the hearts and reins" ,

Righteous is my T help from GOd, '* Who saveth them who J, are up-right of heart. God is a Jud~e That is Righteous, Strong and For- i bear-ing '* and inflicteth

t not wrath ev-'ry day. ~

Unless ye be converted, His glittering sword shall He i fur-bish; '* He hath bent

His bow, and hath J, made it rea-dY. _

And on it He hath made ready the in-stru- i ments of death; '* His arrows for

them that rage hotly hath J, He per-fee-ted. ,

Behold, he was jn travail with un- T righ-teous-ness; '* he hath conceived toil and brought l forth i.n-i-quit-y. ~

He opened a pit and i dug it; '* and he shall fall into the l hole which he hath made. His toil shall return up-on his i own head, '* and upon his own pate shall his

un- l righ-teous-ness come down. "

I will give praise unto the Lord according to His T righ-teous-ness; '* and I will chant unto the Name J, of the Lord Most High.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the III Son, * and l to the Ho-IyGhdst,

As it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, '* and unto the ages of

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Psalm 8:

The 1st Cantor alpne chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

o Lord, Our Lord, how i Won-der-fUl *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

is Thy~~ Name in all the Eafth.rl

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the t~o sides alternating the verses thereafter:

For Thy magnifi-cence is i lif-ted * high a- ~ bove the Heav-ens.

Out of the jnouths of babes and sucklings hast Thou perfected praise, be-cause

of Thine i en-em-ies, * to destroy the enemy ~ and av-en-gdr. .

.... For I will behold the Heavens, the works of Thy i Fing-ers, * the moon and the

stars, which ~ Thou hast fotind-dd. _ ~

_ What js man, that Thou art Mind-ful T of hi m, * or the son of man, that Thou

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Thou hast made ~him a little lower than the ang-els; t with glory and honour F hast Thou i crown-ed hi m; * and Thou hast set him over the ~ works of Thy Hands.

All t~ings hast" T.lJou subjected under his feet, t sheep and all r ox-en, *' yea;'l

and the ~ beasts of the field, _ -

The birds of the air, and the fish of i the sea, :I< the things that pass through the

~ paths _of the sea.

o Lord, i Our Lord, * how Wonderful is Thy ~ Name in all the Earth! Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the It Son, :I< and ~ to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, '" and unto the ages of ~ a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 9 vv. 1 - 18:

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the Ist verse of the 1st portion of the 3rd Psalm, using the 8i1J'Yle Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

I will confess Thee, 0 Lord, with my i whole heart; *

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side et. the Quire completes the verse:

I will tell of ~ all, Thy won-ders.

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting-the intonation notes), thetwo sides alternating the verses thereafter:

~ I will be glad and re- T joice in Thee; * I will chant unto Thy ~ Name, 0 Most

High.

When mine enem-y be i turn-ed back, * they shall grow weak and shall

per- ~ ish be-fore Thy Face. .

For Thou hast maintained my judg-ment T and my cause; :I< Thou hast sat upon a Throne, 0 Thou That J jiidg-est righ-teous-ness.

Thou hast rebuked the heathen, and the ungodly man hath T per-ish'd * his name Thou hast blotted out for ever, and unto a- J ges of a-ges.

The swords of the enemy have ut-ter-Iy i fail-ed, * and his cities Thou ~ hast

des-troy-ed. _

The remembrance of him hath perished with a re- i sound-Ing noise; :;. but the

Lord for ev- ~ er ab-l-deth. ,

In judgment hath He prepared His Throne, t and He .Hlmself will judge the world in T righ-teous-ness; :;. He will judge the peoples ~ in up-right-ness.

And the Lord is Become a Refuge for the i poor man, * a Helper in times of well-being and ~ in af'-Ille-ttdns.

And let them that know Thy Name T hope in Theer " for Thou hast not forsaken them ~ that seek Thee, 0 Lord.

Chant unto the Lord Who dwell-eth in i Sy-on; * proclaim ye His way a- ~ mong the nations.

For He That maketh enquiry for blood hath re- T mern-ber'd them;:I< He hath not forgotten the cry J, of the p~u-pers.

Have mercy 9n me, i 0 Lordj " see my humiliation which I have suffered 1 from mine en-em-ies,

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o Thou That dost raise me up from the. T gates of death; :« that I may declare all Thy praises in the.gates of the daugh- ~ ter of Sy-on.

We will rejoice in Thy sal- T va-tion; :« the heathen are ensnared in the de-struc- ~ !ion which th~y have w!:ought.

In this snare T which they hid * ~ .hath their foot been caflght.,

The Lord is Known by the judgments which He ex-ec- i ti-teth; :« in the works of His Own Hands hath the J sin-ner been caught.

Let sinners be turned away un-to i Ha-des, * yea, all the nations that are for- ~ get-ful Of God.

For the poor man shall not be for-got-ten i to the end; :« the patience of the .... paupers shall not per- ~ ish for ev-er,

Glory be to the Fath-er ,,,-and i to the III Son, :« and ~ to the Ho-Iy Ghost.

As)t was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, :« and unto the ages of ~ a-ges. A-men.

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The Chapter

The Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Isaias 33~ 2):

Now unto the King Eternal, Immortal, Invisible, t the One Only Wise I • '.; 111

God, be honour and .~:« unto the ages of ages. Amen. All respond: IY. Thanks be to Ged,

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Psalm 9: vv. 19 - 38:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the Znd portion of the 1st Psalm, using this Tone, including the intona!J.on notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Arise, 0 Lord, let not T man pre-vail; :«

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q.[_ the Quire completes the verse:

let the nations 'be judg- ~ ed be-fore Thee.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

o Lord, set a law-giv-er T o-ver them; * let the heathen know ~ that they are but men. Why, 0 Lord, hast Thou gone to stand a- i far Off; :« why dost Thou overlook

us in times of well-being and J, in af'-f'llc-tldns? , ~

When the ungodly man is arrogant" the poor man burn-eth i with-in; * they are

caught in the coun- ~ sels which they de-vise. ,

For the sinner praiseth himself in~ the lusts of i his soul; :« and the unrighteous man likewise bless- ~ eth him-self there-in.

The sinner hath pro- T vok'd the Lordj " according to the magnitude of His

~ wrath, he car-eth not. ~

God is not be- T fore hi m * profane are his },Yays in ~ ev-'ry sea-son.

_ Thy judgjnents are re-mov-ed i from his sight; :« over all his enemies shall he

~ gain do-min-Ion. ,

For he said in T his heart: * "I shall not be shaken; from generation to generation shall I ~ be with-out harm."

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With cursing is his mouth filled, and with bit-ter-ness i and de-cej t; * under his tongue are J.. toil and trav-ail.

, He sitteth in ambush with the rich in se-cret i pla-ces, * that he may 1 slay the

in-no-cent.

_ Hls eyes are set up-on the i poor man; * he lieth in wait in aesecret place like a

t Ii -on in his den. ..! ~

He lieth in wa!t t~ seize up-on the i poor man, * to seize upon the poor man when he J.. draw-eth him in.

In his snare will he hum-ble i him-self; * he will bow down and fall while

gaining dominion J.. o-ver the poor. _ .

, For he said in his heart: "God hath for- i got-ten; * He hath turned away His

Face, that He might not 1 see un-to the end." , ~

Arise, 0 Lord My God, let Thy Hand be i Lif-ted high; * forget not Thv

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t pau-pers to the end.' ,

_Why hath the, ungodly one pro- T vo-ked God? * For he hath said in his heart: 1,1 "He will 1 not make en-quir-Y.

Thou seest, for Thou understandest trav-ail and i ang-er, * that Thou mjghtest

deliver hlml in-to Thy Hands. ,-

To Thee hath the beggar been ab- T an-don'd * for the orphan art t Thou a Help-er. Break Thou the arm of the sinner and of the T e-vll man; * his sin shall be sought out t and be found no more.

The Lord shall, be King for ever, and unto the a-ges of i a-ges; * ye heathen

shall perish 1 oiit of His land. .

The desire of the poor hast Thou i heard, 0 Lord; * to the preparation of their heart hath Thine Ear 1 been At-ten-tive,

To judge for the orphan and the i hum-ble, * that man may no more presume

to be haugh- 1 ty up-on the Earth. . "-

Glory be to the Fath-er, and T to the III Son, * and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost. •

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Psalm 10:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

In the Lord have I ho-ped; t how will ye say to T my soul: * Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q.[_ the Quire completes the verse: _

"Flee unto the mountains J, like a spar-row?

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Q.[_ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating tke verses thereafter:

For behold, the sinners have bent their bow, t they have prepared arrows for the T quiv-er, * to shoot down in a moonless night 1 the up-right of heart.

For what Thou hast formed they have de- i stroy-ed; * and the righteous

L man, what hath he done?

The Lord is in His Ho-ly T Tem-plet * the Lord, in 1 Heav-en is His Throne.

His Eyes are set up-on thei poor man; * His Eyelids ex-am- 1 ine the sons of men. The Lord examineth the righteous man and the un- T god-ly; * but he that

loveth unrighteousness ha- 1 teth his own s091.

He will rain down snares up-on i sin-ners; * fire and brimstone and wind of

tempest shall be the 1 por-tion of their cup. ,

For the Lord is Righteous and hath loved i righ-teous-ness; * upon uprightness hath His 1 Coun-ten-ance look'd.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the III Son, * and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of

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Psalm 11:

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first 1et of brackets therein):

Save me, 0 Lord, for a righteous man there l' is no more; * Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side CJi the Quire completes the verse:

for truths have diminish-ed J. from' the sOns of men.

And then, only the 1 st Cantor's side CJi the' Q!tire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Vain things hath each man spoken to Ahis l' neigh-bour; * deceitful lips are in his heart, and in his heart hath he J. spo-ken §-vils. A

Let Hie Lord des-troy all de-- T celt-ful ll ps, * and the tongue that J. speak-eth , boast-ful words.

Which have said: "Our tongue will we mag-ni-fy; t our lips are T our own; * who J. is lord o-ver us?

_ "Because ot the distress of the beggars and the groan-ing i of the poor, '" now

will 1 J. a-rise," saith. the Lord. ~ ,

"I will establish them in sal- T va-tlon; '" 1 will be J. Man-if-est there-in."

The words of the Lord are l' pure words, '" silver that is fired, tried in the earth, brought to sev- J. en-fold pu-rlt-y.

Thou, 0 Lord, shalt keep us and shalt pre- l' serve us, '" from this generation, J. and for ev-er-more.

The un-god-ly walk T round ab-out; '" to the measure of Thy Loftiness hast Thou es-teem- J. ed the sons of men.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the 1(01 Son, '" and J. to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, '" and unto the ages of J. a-ges. A-men.

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The Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Isaias 3.3: 2):

Now unto the King Eternal, Immortal, Invisible, t the One Only Wise ~I ~~·~~·~.e;§gll ~

God, be honour and glory '" unto the ages of ages. Amen. All respond:~. Thanks be to God.

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Psalm 12:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the lst Psalm, using this Tone, including the imonaiion notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

How long, 0 Lord, wilt Thou utter-ly for- T get me? '"

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side CJi the Quire completes the verse: ...

How long wilt Thou turn Thy J. Face a-way from me?

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side CJi the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two- sides alternating the verses thereafter:

How 19n9 shall 1 take coun-sel l' in my soul, '" with grievings in my heart J. by day and by night?

How long shall mine enemy be ex-al-ted i o-ver me? '" Look upon me, hear J. me, 0 Lord My God.

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Enlighten mine eyes, lest at any time I sleep i un-to death; * lest at any time mine enemy say: "I have pre-vail- ~ ed a-gainsthirn."

They that afflict me will rejoice if I am i sha-ken; * but as for me, I have hoped ~ in Thy mer-cY.

My heart will rejoice in Thy sal-va-tion; t I will sing unto the Lord, Who is My Ben-et- T ac-tor; :I< and I will chant unto the Name ~ of the Lord Most High.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the ... Son, * and ~ to the HO-Iy" Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and unto the ages of t a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 13: .. ~

... The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using the

same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

The fool hath said in i his heart: *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side f2i. the Quirecomgletes the verse:

-1 (') "There is no God."!!

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the ,verses thereafter:

.They are . become corrupt and IQath-some in T their ways; * there is none that

do- ~ eth good, no not one. /

The Lord looked down from Heaven up-on the T sons of men, :I: to see if there be any that under-stand ~ or seek at-ter God.

They are all gone astray, they are altogether ren-der-ed i use-less; :I< there is none that do- 1 eth good, no not one.

(Their throat is an open sep-ul-chre; t witII thelr tongues have they spo-ken

de- i celt-ful-ly; :I< the poison of asps is ~ un-der their_lips; ~

With cursing is his mouth filled, and with bit-ter-ness and i de-ceit; :I: their

feet are -1 swift to shed blood. ,

Destruction ~d misery are in their ways; t and the way of peace have they

i not known; :I< there is no fear of -1 God be-fore their eyes.) - ~

Shall not all they that work iniquity come to iin-der- i stand-ing? * They that eat up my people as they eat bread have not -1 call'd up-on jhe' Lord.

There have they i f'ear'd with fear, :I< t where thereIs no fear. I

For the Lord is in the generation of the i righ-teous; * the counsel of the poor man have ye shamed, biit -1 the Lord is His Hope.

Who shall give out of Syon the salvation of IS-ra-el? t Wl.!en the Lord hath turned back the captivity of His i peo-ple, :I< Jacob shall rejoice and <Is- ~ ra-el shall be glad.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the ... Son, :I< and -1 to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of -1 a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 14

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

o Lord, who shall abide in Thy Tab-er- T nac-Ie, :I:

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse:

and who shall dwell in Thy ~ Ho-ly

Moun-tain?

And then, only the 1 sf Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating th! verses thereafter:

He that walk-eth i ,blame-less, * and -1 work-eth righ-teous-ndsss ,

Speak-ing Truth i in his heart, * who hath not spoken de-ceit-1 ful-ly with his

tongue. ,

Neither hath d'!,ne evil to his i neigh-bour, * nor taken up a reproach a- ~ gainst those near him.

In his s~ht he that worketh e-vil is T set at nought; * but he glorifieth -1 them that fear the Lord.

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He giveth oath to his neighbour, and tor-swear-eth, not; t he hath not lent his

mon-ey on T u-su-ry, * andhath not received bribes a- ~ gainst the In-no-cent.

He that do-eth T these things * shall nev- ~ er be sha-ken.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the lie Son, oj< and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As,it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and unto the ages of

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The Hebdomadary alone chants the f ollowing Chapter (Isaias 33: 2):

Now unto the King Eternal, Immortal, Invisible, t the One Only Wise I • I g ; 111 ;

God, be honour and gIory * unto the ages of-ages. Amen. All respond:~. Thanks be to God.

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Psalm 15:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the lst Psalm, using this

Tone, including the inscmaiion notes (within the f irst set of brackets therein): "-

Keep me, 0 Lord, for in Thee have I hoped; t I said unto the Lord: "Thou ~ i art My Lord; oj<

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse: I

for of my ~ goods, no need hast Thou."

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

In the Saints that are in His Earth hath the Lord been i won-drous; * He hath wrought all ~ His de-sires in them.

Their infirmit-ies in- i crea-sed; * there-up- ~ on they ha-sten-ed.

I will not assemble their as-sem-blies i Of blood, * nor will I make remembrance of J, their names through my lips.

The Lord is the Portion of mine tnherit-ance and T Of my cup; * Thou art He

That restorest mine in-her- ~ it-ance un-to me. ...

Portions have fallen to me that ire a- i mong the best; * for mine inheritance is

most ~ ex-eel-lent to me. "

I will bless the Lord Who hath given me un-der- T stand-ing; * moreover, even till night have my J, reins in-struc-ted me.

_ I beheld the Lord ev-er be- T fore me; * for He is at my right hand, that I

might ~ not be sha-ken. _

Therefore did my heart re- joice and my T tongue was glad; * moreover, my ~ flesh shall dwell in hope.

For Thou wilt not abandon my soul in i Ha-des, * nor wilt Thou suffer Thy Holy One to J, see cor-rup-tion.

Tho!! hast made known to me the ways Of Iife,_t Thou wilt fill me with gladness with Thy i Coun-ten-ance; * delights are in Thy Right ~ Hand for ev-er.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the lie Son, * and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of ~ a-ges. A-men.

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Psalm 16:

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (ljIithin the first set of brackets therein):

Heark-en, 0 Lord, On-to my T righ-teous-ness; *

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

, ,~ttend unto mr ~ sup-plic-a;_tion:

And then, only the 1st Cantor s slde Qj_ .. the. cmlre chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter;

Give ear un-to T my prayer, * which cometh not ~ from de-ceit-fullips.

, From before Thy Face let my jOdg-ment T come forth; * let mine eve be- ~ hold

up-right-ness. ..

Thpu ~hast proved my heart, Thou hast visited it in the night; t Thou hast tried .... me by i fi-re; * and unrighteous-ness t was not found in me.

That my mouth might 60t speak of the i works of men; * for the sake of the words of Thy lips have I kept ~ the ways that are hard.

Set my foot-steps in T Thy paths, * that my steps may ~ not be sha-ken. ' I have cried for Thou hast hearkened On-to T me, 0 God; * incline Thine Ear I, unto me, and heark- ~ en un-to my words ..

, Let Thy .mercies be made T won-der-ful, * 0 Thou That savest ~ them thait

hope in TheiL / - _

From thern jthat have resisted Thy Right Hand, keep T me, 0 Lord, * as the

tap-pie Of Thine Eye. _

In the shelter of Thy Wings wilt Thou i shel-ter me * from the face of the ungodly which ~ have op-press-ed mil.

Mine enemies have surrounded my soul, At they have enclosed jhem-selves with their i own fat; * their t mouth hath spo-ken pride.

They that cast me out have now en- i cir ... cled me; * they have set their eyes to look t ask-ance on the Earth.

They have ta.Js,en me as 1l)igl]t a lion read-y i for his prey, * and as might a

lion's whelp that' dwel- ~ leth in hi-ding. _ , ..

Arise, 0 Lord, overtake them and trip their heels; t deliver my soul from

un- i god-Iy men, * Thy sword from the en- J, em-ies Of Thy Hand. ,

~ 0 Lord, from Thy few do Thou separate them f'rom thel Earth i in their

Ii fe * yea, with Thy hidden treasures hath their bel~ J, Iy been rm-sa.

They have satis-fied them- i selves with swine, * and have left the J, rem-nants to their babes.

But as for me, in righteousness shall lap-year be- T fore Thy Face; * I shall be filled when Thy Glory is made t man-if-est to me.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the It Son, * and J, to the He-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and unto the ages of 1 a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 17: vv. 1 - 24 J'

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 1st portion of the 3rd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

I will love Thee, 0 Lord, My Strength; t the Lord is My Foundation, and My i Re-fuge, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse: and t My De-liv-er-er.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating th,e verses thereafter:

My God is My T Help-er; * and 1 I will hope in Him,

My Defender, and the Horn of my sal- T va-tion- * t and My Help-er.

Wjth praise will I call up-on the Name T Of the Lord, * and from mine enem- 1 ies shall I be saved.

The pangs of death sur- T round-ed me, * and the torrents of iniquit-y J, sore-ly trou-bled me.

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The pangs of Ha-des en- T cir-c1ed me; * round about the snares of death have 1 o-ver-ta-ken me.

And in mine affliction I call-ed up- i on the Lord, * and un .... 1- to My God I cried; He heard my voice out of His Ho-ly iTem-pie; * and my cry before Him shall

en- 1 ter in-to His Ears. -

And the Earth shook and was made to _irem-bIe; t and the_'Soundati9ns of the mountains were troubled and were, T sha-ken, * Because God was 1 Ang-ry with them.

There went up smoke in His wrath, t and fire from His Counten-ance set i ali a-flame; * coals were 1 kin-died there-from.

And, He bowed the Heav-ens and i carne down, * and thick darkness was

1 un-der His. Feet. , _

"" A And He mounted upon Cher-u- i bim and flew; * He flew upon the 1 wings of

the winds. /,

A And He made darkness His bi-ding place, t His Tabernacle round a- T bout

Him; * dark water in the 1 clouds of the air. , _ I

From the far-shiniqg radiance that was be- T fore Hi m * there passed by I'

clouds, 1 hail and coals of fire. I

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And He sent forth His ar-rows, and i scat-ter'd them, * and lightnings Be multiplied, and trou- 1 bled them sore-IY.

And the well-springs of the wa-ters T were seen, * and the foundations Of 1- the

world ,!ere re-veal'd, _

At Thy re- i buke, 0 Lord * at the on-breathing of the t spir-it of Thy wrath. He sent from on High, and He i took me; * He received me out of i man-y wa-ters. He will deliver me from mine enemies, which are migh-ty, t and from them

that i hate me; * for they are Istrong-er than I. - ...

, They ov!rtook me in the day of mine af- i f'lic-tion * and the Lord be- 1- came

my firm sup-port. :* _ . "

An$f He led me forth in-to a i spa-cious place; * He will deliver me, be-cause

1- He de-si-red me. ...

And the Lord will recompense me according to my i righ-teous-ness; * and according to the purity of my hands will He 1 re-com-pense me.

For I have kept the ways i Of the Lord, * and I have not acted impi- 1 ous-ly

toward My God. .

For all His judgments ire be- i fqre meA * and His statutes de-l part-ed nOt from me.

... And I shall be blame-less T with Hi m, * and I shall keep myself from 1 mine

in-i-quit-y. ,

And the Lord will reward me according, to - my i righ-teous-ness; * and according to the purity of my 1- hands be-fore His Eyes.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and T to the It Son, * and 1 to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As ... it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of 1- a-ges. A-men.

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The Chapter

The Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Isaias 33: 2):

Now unto the King Eternal, Immortal, Invisible, t the One Only Wise I • I I I 111

God, be honour and glory * unto the ages of ages. Amen. All respond:~. Thanks be to God.

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Psalm 17: VY. 25 - 51:

The 1st Cantor-alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd portion of the 1st Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

With the holy man wilt Thou be i Ho-Iy, :«

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side f2i.the Quire completes the verse: .... _

, and with _ the innocent man wilt J, Thou be

in-no-cent. .

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

And with the elect man wilt Thou T be EI-ect:« and with the per-verse 1 wilt Thou be Per=verse.

'" For Thou wilt save a hum-ble l' peo-ple, :« and Thou wilt humble the eyes 1 of

the ar-ro-gant. _ /' _

For Thou wilt light my i lamp, 0 Lord; :« My God, Thou wilt en-light- J, en my

dark-ness. ' "

For by Thee shall I be delivered from a host of l' rob-bers, :« and by My God Ii

shall I leap 1 o-ver a wall. , . _

As for My God, blameless is His- way; t tpe words of the Lord are tri-ed h~ the T fi-re; :« Defender is He of J, all that hope in Him.

For Who is God, l' save the Lord; :« and Who 1 is God, save Our God?

It is God, Who girded me with l' pow-er, :« and hath made 1 my path blame-less.

Who maketh my feet like the feet l' Of a hart, :« and setteth me up- 1 on high

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Who teach-eth my T hands for war, :« and Thou madest mine 1 arms a bOw of brass.

And Thou gavest me the shield of sal- 1'va-tion :« and Thy Right Hand 1 hath up-held me.

And Thine iQ§,truction hath corrected me e-ven un- l' to the end; :« yea, Thine

instruction, the J same will teach me. . ~

Thou hast en-larg'd my steps T un-der me,:« and the tracks of my feet 1 are not wea-kdn'd,

I shall pursue mine enemies and I shall o-ver- T take them,l* and I shall not turn l back un-til they fail.

I shall greatly afflict them and they shall not be i-ble l' to stand; :« they shall f'all ] un-der my feet.

For Thou hast girded me with pow-er T for, war; :« in subjection under me hast Thou bound the feet of all them that rose l up a-gainst me.

And Thou hast made mine enemies turn their back be- T fore me, * and them that hate me hast Thou l ut-ter-ly des-trdy'd.

They cried, and there was no saviour-e-ven l' to the Lord,:« and He heark- J, en-ed not to them.

And I will grind them fine as dust be-fore the face l' of the wind;:« I will trample them down l as mud in the streets.

Deliver me from the gain-saying Of the T peo-ple; * Thou wilt set me at the 1 head of na-tions.

A people which I knew not hath i serv-ed me;:« no sooner than their ear had

heard, 1 they o-bey-ed me.

Sons that are strangers have lied un-to me; t sons that are strang-ers have T grown Old, :« and they have llmp'd J. a-way from their paths.

The Lord liveth, and Bless-ed T is My God; :« and let the God of my salvation l be Ex-al-ted.

o God, Who givest avengement unto me, and hast subdued peo-ples l' un-der

me, :« 0 My Deliverer from enemies which are l prone to ang-;er, ~

From them that arise up against me wilt Thou T lift me highj " from the ,

unrighteous 1 man de-liv-er md. ,

For this cause will I confess Thee among the na-tions, T 0 Lord; * and un-to l Thy Name win I chant.

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_ It is he that magnifieth the salvation of His king, t and worketh mercy for His a-noint-ed, for r Da-vid, * and for his seed un-J to e-ter-ni-tY.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the It Son, * and ~ to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and unto the ages of J,. a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 18:

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

The Heav-ens declare the Glor-y r Of God, *

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

'" .. and the firmament proclaimeth the ~ work of

'" His Hands.

And then, only the 1st cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter: _

Day unto day pour-eth i forth speech, *' and night unto night pro- J,. claim-ethl

know-ledge. , _ I'

There are no i tongues nor words * in which their voic- J,. es are not heard.

Their sound hath gone forth in-to. T all the Earth, * and their words un-to J,. the

ends Of the world. ,-

In the Sun hath He set His Tab-er- i nac-((~, * and He, like a bridegroom, coming forth J,. from his chajn-ber,

Will rejoice like a gi -ant to i run his course; * from the outermost border of Heaven t is His go-ing forth,

_ And His goal is unto the outermost part of i Heav-en, * and there shall no man

hide J,. him-self from His heat. .

The law of the Lord is blame-less, c09- T ver-ting souls; * the testimony of the

Lord is trustworthy, bringing Wis- J,. dom to in-fants. ,

The statutes_of the Lord are uprjght, glad-den- T ing the heart; * ~he

commandment of the Lord is far-shining, en- J,. light-en-ing the eyes. .

The fear of the Lord is pure, enduring for ev-er and T ev-er; * the judgments" of the Lord are true, al-to- J,. geth-er jus-tif-ied,

More to be desired than gold and much r pre-cious stone, * I and sweeter than honeyI and the hon-ey-comb.

Yea, for Thy ser-vant r keep-eth re-ward.

As for transgressions, who will understand them? t From my se-cret sins i cleanse me, * and from those of others J,. spare Thy ser-vant.

If they have not dpminion over me, then blame-less r shall I be, * and I shall be clean- t sed from great sin.

And the sayings of my mouth shall be un-to Thy good i pleas-ure, * and the

meditation of my heart shall be be-fore t Thee for ev-er,

o Lord, My T Help-er, * t and Re-deem-er. .

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the It Son, * and J,. to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of t a-ges. A-men.

them; * in keeping them t there is much

Psalm 19:

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the J ir st set of brackets therein):

The Lord hear thee in the day of af- T flic-tiOn; *

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse:

the Name of the God of Ja- J,. cob de-fend thee.

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Let Him send forth unto thee help from His Sanc-tu- T ar-y, * and out Syon t let Him help thee.

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Let Him remember every sac-rif'- i ice of thine * 1 let Him fat-ten.

The Lord grant thee-ac-cor-ding i to thy heart, * and f'ul-f'[l J an thy pur-poses. We will rejoice in Thy sal- i va-tion, * and in the Name of the Lord Our God

shall 1 we be mag-nif-fed. 't

The Lord ful-fil an r thy re-quests; * no~ h~ve I known that the Lord hath saved 1 His an-oin-ted one.

He will hearken unto him out of His Ho-ly i Heav-en; * in mighty deeds is the .... salvation 1 of His Right Hand.

Some trust in chariots, and some in i hor-ses; * but we will call upon the Name 1 of the Lord Our God.

They have been fettered and have T faH-en; * but we are risen and 1 are set .~

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Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the It Son, * and 1 to the Ho-Iy Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and i (iv-er, * and unto the ages of 1 a-ges. A-men.

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The Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Isaias 33: 2):

Now unto the King Eternal, Immortal, Invisible, t the One Only Wise I • 'I; 111

God, be honour and glory * unto the ages of ages. Amen. All respond:~. Thanks be to God.

TERCE

The 1st Cantor alone begins chanting this Antiphon:

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Sub-du-ed king-doms; they wrought righ-teous-ness;

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they ob-tain-ed that which was prom-is-ed.

N.B. On a Sunday only, Terce continues as here given, but on a Monday it continues with the Psalms as given on pp. L 414 - L 415, and on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday with the Psalms as given on pp . L 416 - L 417.

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Psalm 118, vv. 33 - 40:

The 1st Cantor alpne chants the first half of the first verse of the 5th portion of the lst Psalm, using this TOM, including the intonation notes {within the first set of brackets therein}:

Set be-fore me for a law, 0 Lord, the way of Thy 1 sta-tutes, 01< Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quir! completes the verse:« •

and I will seek after it con- 1 tin-u-al-IY.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse {omitting the intonation notes}, the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Give me understandlng, and I will search out J Thy law, :I< and I will keep it

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Guide me in the path of Thy com- 1 mand-ments, * for I 1 have de-si-red it.

Incline my heart unto Thy tes-tlm- J o-nIes, * and not un-to J co-vet-otis-ness. Turn away mine eyes that I may not see van- J it-j', 01< quicken Thou J me in 1,'

Thy way. ,

Establish for Thy ser-vant Thlne.Sr- 1 a-cle :I< J un-to fear of Thee.

Remove my re-proach which i 1 have f'ear'd, 01< for Thy 1 jiidg-ments are good.

Behold, I have longed after Thy com- J mand-ments; * in Thy

righ- J teous-ness quick-en me.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and to J the If- Son, 01< and J to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and J ev-er, * and unto the ages of 1 a-ges. A-men.

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The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 6th portion of the lst Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (withifl. t~ first seuof brackets therein):

Let Thy mer-cy come also up-on me, 10 Lord, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

even Thy salvation ac-cord- ). ing to Thy word.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

So shall I give an answer to them that re- J preach me, :I< for I have 1 hoped in Thy words.

And take not utterly out of my mouth the wotd J of Truth, * for in Thy 1 jiidg-ments have I hoped.

So shall I keep Thy law continual-ly, for 1 ev-er, :I< and unto the a- J ges of a-ges.

And I walk'd in spa- 1 cious-ness, :I< for after Thy com- J, mand-ments have I

sought.

And I spake of Thy testi-mo-nies be- J fore kings, :I< and 1 i was not a-shamed. And I meditated on Thy com- 1 mand-rnents :I< which J, I have great-ly loved. And I lifted up my hands to Thy commandments which I J, have loved, :I< and I

ponder'd 1 on Thy sta-tutes.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and to 1 the If- Son, :I< and J to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and 1 ev-er, :I< and unto the ages of J a-ges. A-men.

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Psalm 118, vv. 49 - 56:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 7th portion of the 1st Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Re-mem-ber Thy words to Thy J, .ser-vant, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire completes the verse:

wherein Thou hast ~ made me to hope.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Q[_the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the.,into.nation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

"" This hath comforted me in my hu-mjl-I- J, a-tion, * for Thine or-a- ~ de hath

quick-en'd me. /'

The proud have trans-gress-ed ex-ceed- J, ing-Ij', * but from Thy law ~ have I

not de-e1ined. r

I remembered Thy judg-ments of old, J, 0 Lord, * J, and was com-for-ted. Despondency took hold up- ~ ~n me * because of the sinners ~ who for-sake

Thy law.

Thy sta-tutes were ~ my songs * in the place J, of my so-jour-ning.

I remembered Thy Name in the night, 1 0 Lord, * 1 and I kept Thy law. This hath hap-pen-ed un- J, to me, * because I sought af- 1 ter Thy sta-tutes. Glory be to the Fath-er, and to ~ the 1ft Son, * and 1 to the Ho-ly Ghost.

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Then the Hebdomadary alone chants the following according to the Tone given for Sunday Terce in the Psalter:

As gold in the furnace hath the Lord tried his chosen ones, *

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y. The souls of the righteous are in the Hand of God. ~. And the torment of death shall not touch them.

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The Collect

Pleased, 0 Lord, by the supplication of Thy holy martyrs Fabian and Sebastian, both grant us pardon and bestow everlasting remedies. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. ~. Amen.

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Psalm 118, VV. 105 --112:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 14th portion of the lst Psalm, using this Tone" including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Thy law is a lamp fin-to ~ my feet::I< _ _ .. 10. -

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire completes the verse: and a light ~ un-to my paths.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

..., I have sworn and re- ~ sol-ved * that I will keep the judgments ~ of Thy

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I was humbled ex-ceed-ing-ly, ~ 6 Lord; :I< quicken me ac-cord- J, ing to Thy Word. The free-will offerings of my mouth be Thou now Pleased to re-ceive, J, 0 ;t

Lord, :I< and teach J, me Thy jiidg-ments. I

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Sinners have set a snare J, for me, :I< yet from Thy commandment J, have I not strayed.

I have inherited Thy testi-mon-ies for J, ev-er, :I< for they are the re- J, joic-ing of my heart.

I have inclined my heart to perform Thy stat-utes for J, 'ev-er :I< J, for a re-com-pense.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and to J, the It Son, :I< and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was il\ the beginning, both now and .1 ev-er, * and unto the ages of

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The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 15th portion of the lst Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Trans-gres-sors have I ~ ha-ted, :I<

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire completes the verse: but J, Thy law -have I loved.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

My Helper and My Pro-tee-tor J, art Thou; :I< on Thy words J, have I set my hope.

,

Depart from me, ye e-vil- J, do-ers, :I< 'and I will search out the

com- J, mand-ments of My God.

UPHOLD ME ACCORDING TO THY SAY-ING AND J, QUiCK-EN

ME,:I< AND TURN ME NOT AWAY IN SHAME FROM MINE J, EX-PEC-TA-TION.

Help me, and i shall be .1 sa-ved; * and I will meditate on Thy sta- J, tutes con-tln-u'l-ly.

Thou hast set at nought all that de-part from Thy J, stat-utes, :I< for unrighteous J, is their in-ward thought.

I have reckoned as transgressors all the sin-ners Of J, the Earth,:I< therefore

have I loved Thy J, tes-tim-o-nies.

Nail down my flesh with the fear J, of Thee, :I< for of Thy jiidg- J, ments am ia-fraid. Glory be to the Fath-er, and to J, the -I Son, :I< and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and J, ev-er, * and unto the ages of J, a-ges. A-men.

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Psalm 118, vv. 121 - 128:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 16th portion of the lst Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

I have wrought jiidg-ment and righ- t teous-ness: *

Then, only the 1st C~ntor's side Q[_ the Quir<2 completes the verse: ~ 6

o give me not up to ~ them that wrong me.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter;

Receive Thy ser-vant ~ un-to good, * let not the proud false- t ly ac-cuse me. Mine eyes have failed with waiting for Thy sal- t va-tlon, :« and for the word t of Thy righ-teous-ness.

Deal with Thy servant according to Thy t mer-cy, * and teach t me Thy j! stat-utes.

i am Thy 1 ser-vant; '" give !Jlc understanding, and I shall know Thy,

t tes-tim-o-nies.

It is time for the Lord 1 to act; :« for they ~ have dis-pers'd Thy law.

Therefore have I loved Thy com- ~ mand-ments '" more than 1 gold and to-paz. Therefore I directed myself according to ill Thy com- ~ mand-rnents; * every

way that is unrighteous ~ have I hi-ted.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and to 1 the It Son" * and 1 to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and 1 ev-er, '" and unto the ages of

, ....

1 a-ges. A-men; " ....

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All repeat: The Saints by means of the Faith sub-du-ed king-doms; they ~t rigtrtrous-ness;

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The Chapter and the Versicle

Then the Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Wis. 3: 6) according to the Tone given for Monday Terce in the Psalter:

As gold in the furnace hath the Lord tried his chosen ones, * I • • I I 111

and received them as a burnt offering. All respond: W. Thanks be to God.

y. The souls of the righteous are in the Hand of God.

~. And the torment of death shall not touch them.

The Collect

Pleased, 0 Lord, by the supplication of Thy holy martyrs Fabian and Sebastian, both grant us pardon and bestow everlasting remedies. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and relgneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. W. Amen.

The proper for Sext begins on p. L 419.

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Psalm 119:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 1st Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the [irstset of brackets thereini: #

Un-to the Lord in mine affliction have I t cri-ed, :I<

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire completes the verse: 1 and He heard me.

" And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

o Lord, deliver my soiiJ from un-rlgh- 1 teous lips:l< and t from a craf-ty

tongue. '

What shall be' giv-en tin- ,], to thee?* And what shall be added unto thee t for

thy eraf'-ty tongue? I,

The arrows Of the Might- t y One, * sharpened with coals t of the des-ert.

Woe is me, for my sojourning is pro-long'd; t I have tented with the tent-ings of 1 Ked-ar; :I< my soul hath long 1 been a so-jour-ner.

With them that hate peace I was peace- 1 a-ble; * when I spake unto them, they

warreda-gainst ,], me with-out a cause. .

Glory be to the Fath-er, and to t the III Son, :I< and 1 to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and 1 ev-er, '* and unto the ages. of r'

1 a-ges. A-men:

Psalm 120:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

I have lift-ed up mine eyes to the 1 moun-tains '*

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire completes the verse: from whence t com-eth my help.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

My help com-eth from 1 the Lord, :I< Who hath made t Heav-en and the Earth. Give not thy foot un-to t mov-ing, :I< and may He not sliirn- 1 ber That keep-eth thee. Behold, He shall not sltlm-ber nor shall ,], He sleep, * He That 1 keep-eth

, ...

Is-ra-el.

The Lord shall 1 keep thee; :I< the Lord is Thy Shelter .J., at thy right hand. The Sun shall not burn thee 1 by day, * 1 nor the moon by night.

The Lord shall keep thee from all 1 e-vil; '* the 1 Lord shall guard thy soul.

The Lord shall keep thy coming in and thy go- 1 ing out,:I< from henceforth 1 and for ev-er-more.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and to 1 the III Son, :I< and .J., to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and 1 ev-er, :I< and unto the ages of

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1 a-ges. A-men.

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Psalm 121:

The 1st Cantor alDne chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

I was glad because of them that said tin- ~ to me: *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Qj_th'e Quire completes the verse:« $

"Let US go in-to ~ the House of the Lord."

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Qj_ the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Our feet ~ have stood * in thy courts, J. 0 .Ier-u- ~ sal-em.

Jerusalem is builded as a J. cit-y, * which its dwellers ~ share in con-cord.

For there the tribes wentup, the tribes Of J the Lord * as a testimony for Isra-el,to give thanks to ~ the Name Of the Lord.

For there are set thrones un-to J, judg7ment, :I< thrones over the ~ House of'/

Da-vid. /'

Ask now for the things which are for the peace of Jer-u- J. sal-em, * and for

the prosperity of L them that love thee. c I

Let peace be now in J, thy strength, * and prosperity ~ in thy pal-a-ces.

For the sake of my brethren and my J. neigh-bours * I spake J. peace con-cer-ning thee.

Because of the House of the Lord ~ Our God * I have J. sought good things for

...

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thee.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and to ~ the It Son, * and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and ~ ev-Elr, * and unto the ages of J, a-ges. A-men.

Then~~~~~~~'~~h~~~~~~~~~I~~~~~~1~5~~~I~1'I~

= • fill I ; •• ilia Ill .... I II !II

All repeat: The Saints by means of the Faith sub-du-ed king-doms; they wrought righ-teous-ness;

I

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The Chapter and the Versicle

Then the Hebdomadan alone chants the following according to the Tone given for Tuesday Terce in the Psalter:

.,

As gold in the furnace hath the Lord tried his chosen ones, *

Chapter (Wis. 3: 6)

• I ~ II ~

and received them as a burnt offering. All respond:

y. The souls of the righteous are in the Hand of God. W. And the torment of death shall not touch them.

W. Thanks be to God.

The Collect

Pleased, 0 Lord, by the supplication of Thy holy martyrs Fabian and Sebastian, both grant us pardon and bestow everlasting remedies. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. W.· Amen.

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The 1st Cantor alone begins chanting this Antiphon:

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The bod-ies of the Saints.

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All respond:

I •• _ _ II~

rw III' h • • .-

liv-eth un-to e-ter-nit-y.

Are bur-i-ed in peace; and their name

N.B_ On a Sunday only, Sext continues with the Psalms as given Wednesday, .. Thursday, Friday, .or .... pp_ L 423 - L 424.

continues as here given, but on a Monday it on pp. L 421 - L 422, and on a T_uesday, Saturday with the Psalms as gtven on

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Tone 1 I ( • • . ] ••• [ • DI I] II. • • • I, • • • ••• • • • • • :I D • Ilij Psalm 118, vv. 57 - 64:

. The 1st Cantor alone chants the first-half of the first verse of the 8th portion of the 1 st Psalm, using this Tone, including the tntonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Thou art My Por-tion, T 0 Lord; *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

I said that .j, I would keep Thy law.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

I entreated Thy Countenance with my i whole heart: '" "Have mercy on me ac-cord- .j, ing to Thy word.

I haven thought on i Thy ways, * and I have turned my feet back to Thy

L tes-tim-o-nies. ,

I made 'ready, and i was not i troubl-ed, * that I might keep ..[, Thy . com-mand-ments.

The cords of sinners have en- T tangl-ed me, * but Thy law have i ..[, not

for-got-ten. _ I

, ·At midnight I arose to give thanks T un-to Thee * for the judgments .j, Of Thy righ-teous-ness.

I am a partaker with all them that i fear Thee, * and with them that keep

.j, Thy com-mand-ments. '

The Earth, 0 Lord, is full of Thy T mer-cy; * teach .j, me Thy sta-tutes. Glory be to the Fath-er, and i t6 the It Son, * and .j, to the H6-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and unto the ages of L a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 118, vv. 65 - 72:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 9th portion of the lst Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (wyhinthe first set of brackets therein):

Thou hast dealt graciously with Thy ser-vant, i 0 Lord, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse: ac- .j, cord-ing t6 Thy word.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Goodness and disclpline and know-ledge T teach Thou me, * for in Thy

commandments have .j, I be-liev-ed,

Before I was hum-bled, i I trans-gress'd; * therefore Thy ..[, say-ing have I kept. Thou art l' G06d, 0 Lord, * and in Thy goodness teach .j, me Thy sta-tutes, Multiplied against me hath been the un-righ-teous-ness T 6f the proud; * but as

for me, with my whole heart will I search out .j, Thy com-mand-ments.

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Curdled like milk T is their heart; '" but as for me, in Thy law have I J, med-i-ta-ted.

It is good for' me that Thou hast i hum-bled me, '" that I might 1 learn Thy

sta-tutes.

The law of Thy mouth is bet-ter i to me * than thousands of J, gold and sil-ver. Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to t-he It Son, '" and J, to the Hft;-IY., Ghost.

As,it was in the beginning, both now" and i j ev-er, '" and unto the ages of J, a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 118, vv. 73- 80: /

The 1st (:antor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 10th portion of the ,1st Psalm, using this same Tone, induding'the intonation notes {within the first set of brackets therein}:

Thy Hands have made me and T f'ash-lon'd me; '"

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q[. the Quire completes the verse:

give me understanding and I will learn J, Thy I,

com-mand-ments. ' ;1

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Q[. the Quire chants the entire next verse I

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sidesalternating the verses thereafter: /

They that fear Thee shall see me an.4-lbe gtad, '" for on Th}; words J, have I set my hOpe. r I have known, 0 Lord, that Thy judg-ments are T righ-teous-ness, '" and with

Truth J, hast Thou hum-bled me.

Let now Thy mercy be my i com-tort, '" according to Thy saying 00- J, to Thy ser-vant. Let Thy compassions corne up-fin me and T I shall live, '" for Thy law is my J, med-it-a-ti9n. Let the proud be put to shame, for unjustly have they trans-gress-ed a- T gainst

me; '" but as for me, I will ponder on J, Thy com-mand-ments.· A

Let those that fear Thee re-turn i un-to me, * and those that know Thy J, tes-tim-o-nies. Let my heart be blameless in Thy i sta-tutes, '" that I may J, not be put to shame. Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the It Son, '" and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in~...the beginning, both now and T ev-er, . * and unto the ages "of J, a-ges. A-men.

Then, ~~~~~~'~~'~~~~~~'~~~'~~~~~.~i\~~~~~~~EI~'~'~~~'~~'~~

= ; ,.. - • ,._------

All repeat: The bod-ies of the Saints are bur-i-ed in peace; and their name

I, I ~ ,... ~ •• 111

liv-eth un-to e-ter-nit-y.

The Chapter and the Versicle

bonds and imprisonment; '" they were stoned, and they were sawn

Then the Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Heb . 11: 36, 37) according to the Tone given for Sunday Sext in the Psalter:

The Saints had trial of cruel mockings and sCourgings, t yea, moreover of

I • '.; II ~

~. Thanks be to God.

asunde~iT were tempted, were slain with the sword. All respond: ".' Let the righteous rejoice in the Presence of God.

W. Let them delight in gladness.

The Collect

Grant, we beseech Thee, Almighty God, that we may share in the rewards of Thy holy martyrs whose victories we celebrate. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. ~. Amen.

The proper for None begins on p. L 424.

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Psalm 118, vv. 129 - 136:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 17th portion of the 1st Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first SLT{ of brackets therein):

Won-der-ful are Thy tes-tim- T 6-nfes;~*' -'

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side flithe Quire completes the verse:

therefore hith ~ my soul search'd them out.

And then, onl y the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse "" (omitting the" int~nation notes), the two sides aJternaJing the verses thereafter:

The unfolding of Thy )Vords will i give Light * and under- ~ stand-ing un-to babes.

I opened my mouth and drew T in <my breath, * for I longed for ~ Thy (I

com-mand-ments. , 1/

Look upon me and have mer-cy T on me, * according to the judgment of ~ them

that love Thy Name. -: / /'

My steps do Thou direct according to Thy T say-fng, * and let ito iniquity have do- ~ min-ion o-ver me.

Deliver me from the false accu-sa-tion T Of men, * and I will keep ~ Thy

com-mand-ments.

Make Thy Face to shine up-on Thy i ser-vant, * and teach ~ me Thy stat-utes. Mine Eyes have poured forth streams of i wat-ers, * be-cause ,l,. I kept not Thy law. Glory be to the Fith-er, and T to the III Son, * and ~ to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As . it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and unto the ages of

- ".A IiUfIIJI1 ~

~ a-ges. A-men. ~

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Psalm 118, vv. 137 - 144.-

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the [irstverse of th~ 18th portion of the 1st Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Righ-teousart Thou,i 6 Lord, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side qj_ the Quire completes the verse:'

and upright ~ ire Thy judg-ments.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side sl. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Thou hast ordained as Thy tes-tim- i o-nies * exceeding ~ righ-teous-ness and Truth. My zeal for Thee hath made me to i pine a-w§,y', * because mine enemies have for- ~ got-ten Thy words.

Thine oracle is tried with fire to the T ut-ter-most, * and Thy ser- ~ van! hath loved it.

I am young and ac-count-ed as i noth-Ing, * yet Thy statutes have i ~ not for-got-ten.

Thy righteousness is an ever-lis-ting T righ-teous-ness, * ~ ind Thy law is Truth.

Tribulations and necessi-ties have i found me,* Thy commandments are my ~ med-it-a-tion.

Thy testimonies are righ-teous-ness for T ev-er; * give me under-stand- ~ ing

and i shall live. .

Glory be to the Fith-er, and T to the III Son, * and ~ to the Ho-lyGhost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, ;I< and unto the ages of ~ a-ges, A-men.

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Psalm 118, vv. 145 - 152:

The 1st Cantor al.one chants the first half of the first verse of the 19th portion of the 1st Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein).

I have cri-ed with my i whole heart: *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quir~e completes the verse: .. _

"Hear me, 0 Lord, and I will seek af- t ter Thy stat-utes."

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's sidf. ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter,'

'f .. ~

'l,. I have cri-ed fin-to Thee: i "Save me; * and I will keep Thy t tes-tim-o-nies."

I arose in the dead of ftlight and I l' cri-ed: :I< on Thy words -1 have I set my

hope.

Mine eyes woke be-fore the T morn-Ing * that I might meditate -1 on say-ings.

Hear my voice, 0 Lord, according to Thy i mer-cy; * according to

-1 judg-ment, quick-en me. _ /' /

They have drawn nigh that lawlessly per-sec- T tite me, * but from Thy law -1 are they far re-moved.

Near art i Thou, 0 Lord, * and -1 all Thy ways are Truth.

From the beginning I have known from Thy tes-tim- T o-nies * that Thou hast founded -1 them for ev-er.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the + Son, * and -1 to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of -1 a-ges. A-men.

I~§:w~~~~~~~~~~~

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= III

All repeat: The bod-ies of the Saints are bur-i-ed

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Iiv-eth un-to e-ter-nit-y.

Thy, ;r

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Thy I,

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in 'peace; and their name
I The Chapter and the Versicle

Then the Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter [Heb . 11' 36,37) according to the Tone given for Monday Sext in the Psalter:

The Saints had trial of cruel mockings and scourgings, t yea, moreover of

bonds and imprisonment; * they were stoned, and they were sawn I • •• = II ~

asunder, were tempted, were slain with the sword. All respond: ~. Thanks be to God. yr. Let the righteous rejoice in the Presence of God.

~. Let them delight in gladness.

The Collect

Grant, we beseech Thee, Almighty God, that we may share in the rewards of Thy holy martyrs whose victories we celebrate. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. ~. Amen.

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Tone 1 I [. I .] •• I (I 0 I I] • I I II I , I I I I I I I I I I.· = 0 I II.

Psalm 122:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the lst Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Un-to Thee have I Iif-ted l' up mine eyes *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

unto 'Phee that dwell- J. est in Heav-en.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Behold, as the eyes of l' ser-vants * look unto the hands J. of their mas-ters.

As the eyes of the handmaid look unto the h_ands of her l' mis-tress, ,* so do our

"" eyes look unto the Lord Our God, until He take J. pit-yon us. _

Have mercy on us, 0 Lord, havemer-cy T on us; * for greatly are we fill'd

J. with a-base-ment. /'

Greatly hath our soul been T fill'd there-w] th; * let reproach come upon them

that prosper, and a- J. base-ment on the proud. ~ 'I

Glory be to the Fath-er, and l' to the It Son, ;;: and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost. I

As, it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and unto the ages of

t a-ges. A-men. /'

Psalm 123:

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set; of brackets therein):

"Had it not been that the Lord was with us," let Is-ra-el l' now say: *

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse: . ,

"Had it not been that the J, Lord was with us, And then, only the 1 st Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter: ~

"When men rjise up a- l' gainst !is, ;;: then had they swal- J, low'd us up a-live. "When their wrath raged a- l' gainst us * then had the water J. o-ver-whelm-ed us. ~ "Our soul hgth pas,s'd through a i tor-rent, * then had our soul passed through

the water that is J, Ir-res-Is-tlb-Ie.

"Bless-ed be the Lord Who hath not, T giv-en us * to be a J, prey to their teeth. "Our soul like a sparrow was de- i llv-er-ed" out of the snare J, of the hun-ters. "The snare i§ T bro-ken, ;;: and we J, are de-liv-er-ed.

"Our help is in the Name T of the Lord * Who hath made J. Heav-en and the Earth." Glory be to the Fath-er, and l' to the It Son, * and 1 to the He-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both now and l' ev-er, ;;: and unto the ages of J, a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 124:

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

They that trust in the Lord shall be as Mount T Sy-on; *

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

he that dwelleth at Jerusalem, nevermore shall J, he be sha-ken.

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Mountains are round about her, t and the Lord is round a-bout His T peo-ple * from henceforth J, and for ev-er-more.

, For the Lord will not permit the rod of sinners to be upon the, lot of the

T righ-teous, * lest the righteous stretch forth their hands un- J, to in-i-quit-ies.

Do good, 0 Lord, un-to them l' that are good ,., and un-to J, the up-right of heart. But them that turn aside unto crook-ed ways shall the Lord lead away with the workers Of in- i i-quit-y; * peace be J, up-on Is-ra-el.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the It Son, * and J. to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As,it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, '" and unto the ages of J, a-ges. A-men.

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The Chapter and the Versicle

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Then the Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter {Heb. 11: 36, 37}

according to the Tone given for Tuesday Sext in the Psalter:

The Saints had trial of cruel mockings and scourgings, t yea, moreover of

bonds and i~pri~onment; * they wer~ stoned, and they were sawn I I I I ~ 111

"'" asunde~f,. were tempted, were slain with the sword. All respond: ~,Thanks be to God, ".' Let the righteous rejoice in the Presence of God.

l¥. Let them delight in gladness.

The Collect

Grant, we beseech Thee, Almighty God, that we may share in the rewards off Thy holy martyrs whose victories we Celebrate. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. W. Amen.

NONE

The 1 st Cantor alone begins chanting t:bls Antiphon:

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The Saints shall be joy-ful,

All respond:

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N.B. On a Sunday only, None continues as here liven, but on a Monday it continues with the Psalms as given on pp. B 131 - B 33, and on a Tuesday , Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday with the Psalms as given on pp . B 133 - B 134.

Tone 4 I (I I I) II I Psalm 118, vv. 81 - 88:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 11th portion of the 1st Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes {within the first set of brackets therein}:

My soul fain-teth for J, Thy sal-va-tion; *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse:

on Thy J, words have I set my hope,

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Mine eyes are grown dim with waiting J, for Thine or-a-cle; * they say:

J, "When wilt Thou com-fort me?"

For I am become like a J, wine-skin in the frost; * yet Thy statutes have 1 i not for-got-ten. How many are the days J, of Thy ser-vant? * When wilt Thou execute judgment for me on them 1 that per--sec-Iite me?

Transgressors have J, told me fa-bles, * but they are J, not like Thy law, 0 Lord.

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All Thy com- t mand-mentsare Truth. * Without a cause have men persecuted t me; do Thou help DJe.

They well nigh made an end t of me on the Earth; * but as for me, I forsook t not Thy com-mand-ments.

According to Thy .. t mer-cy quick-en me,* and I will keep th1,l tes- t tl-mo-nies

of Thy Mouth. . • •

Glory be to the Fath- t er, and to the + Son, * ~ and to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both ~ now and ev-er, * and unto the ages 1 of a-ges. A-men .

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Psalm-l IS, vv. 89 - 96: /'

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 12th portion of the 1st Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

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For ~ ev-er, 0, Lord, * 1/

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse:

"Thy Word a- t bi-deth in Heav-en.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's'side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Unto generation and _gener; 1 a-rion is Thy Truth; '* Thou hast laid the foundation of the Earth, 1 and it a-bi-deth.

By Thine ordinance 1 doth the day a-bide, * for all 1 things are Thy ser-vants. If Thy law had not been my 1 med-it-a-tion, '* then should I 'have perished in

my 1 hu-mjl-l-a-tldn, ,

! will never for- 1 get Thy sta-tutes, * for in 1 them hast Thou quick-en'd me. I ~ am Thine~ave me; * for after t Thy sta-tutes have I sought.

Sinners have waited for me 1 to des-troy me; * but Thy testimo- t nies have I Un-der-stOOd~ Of aU perfection have I 1 seen the otit-eome; * exceeding spacious 1 is Thy com-mind-ment. Glory be to the Fath- 1 er, and to the + Son, * ~ and to the Ho-ly Ghost.

<\s it was in the beginning, both 1 now and ev-er, * and unto the ages 1 of a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 118, vv. 97 - 104:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 13th portion of the 1st Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

o how I have 1 loved Thy law, 0 Lord! * .

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

The whole day long it is 1 my med-lt-a-tldn.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Qui~chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

A_bove mine enemies hast Thou made me wise in t Thy com-mand-ment, * for

it 1 is mine for ev-er. ~

Above all that teach me have I gained. 1 un-der-stand-Ing, * for Thy

testimonies are 1 my med-it-a-tion.

Above mine elders have I received 1 un-der-stand-ing, * for after Thy

com- 1 mand-ments have I sought. ,

From every way that is evil have 1 I re-strain'd my feet * ~ that I might keep

Thy words. ~

From Thy judgments 1 have I not de-clined, * for Thou 1 hast set a law for me. How sweet to my palate 1 are Thy say-ings! * More sweet t thgn hon-ey to my mouth. From Thy commandments have I gained 1 un-der-stand-Ing; * therefore have I

hated every 1 way of un-righ-teous-ness.

Glory be to the Fath- ~ er, and to the + Son, * ~ and to the Ho-ly Ghost.

<,\s it was in the beginning, both 1 now and ev-er, * and unto the ages 1 of a-ges. A-men.

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be joy-ful in glor-y; they shall sing prais-es up-on

their beds.

The Chapter and the Versicle

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Then the Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Apoc. 7: 14, 15) according to the Tone given for Sunday None in the Psalter:

These are they which came out of great tribulation, t and have washed their robes, and

made them white in the Blood of the La~; * therefore are they before the I • '.; 114 ,

Throne of God, and serve Him day and night in His Temple. All respond:~. Thanks be to God. y. But the righteous live" unto eternity.

~. And their reward is in the Presence of the Lord.

The Collect

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Grant us, Almighty God, ever to praise Thee in the commemoration of Thy Saints, for Thou shalt take care to refresh them to whom Thou grantest to persevere in Thine Honour. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. ~. Amen.

The proper for First Vespers of the morrow begins on p. L 430.,

Psalms for None on Monday

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Psalm 118, vv. 153 - 160: "'

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 20th portion of the lst Psalm, using this Tone I including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Be-hold my humili-a- J, lion and res-cue me, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse.:

for Thy law have J, I not for-got-ten.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Judge my cause J, and re-deem me; * for J, Thy Word's sake quick-en me.

Far from sinners J, is sal-va-tion, oj< for they have not sought J, af-ter Thy stat-utes.

Thy compassions are J, man-y, 6 Lord; * according to J, Thy judg-ment quick-en me.

Many are they that persecute me J, and af-fllct me; * from Thy testimo- J, nles have I not de-elined.

I beheld men acting foolishly J, and I pined a-way, oj< because they J, kept not Thy say-Ings.

Behold, how I have loved Thy com- J, mand-ments, 6 Lord; * in J, Thy mer-cy, quick-en me.

The beginning J, Of Thy words is Truth, * and all the judgments of Thy righteousness J, en-dure for ev-er.

Glory be to the Fath- J, er, and to the It Son, oj< J, and to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both J, now and ev-er, '" and unto the ages J, of a-ges. A -men.

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Psalm 118, vv. 161 - 168:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 21th portion of the 1st Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Prin-ces have persecuted ~ me with-out a cause, *

Then, only the 1st Ca.ntor's side Q[_tM Quire completes the verse:,.,

and because 'Of Thy words ~ "my heart hath

been a-fraid.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the inionqiion notes), the t):Vo sides alternating t!J.e verses thereafter:

I will .. re-joice t in Thy say-ings *as one ~ that f'Ind-eth great spoil. Unrighteousness have I ~ hi-ted al!d ab-horr'd, * ~ but Thy law have I loved.

, Seven times a day 1 have I prais-ed Thee * for the judg- 1 ments Of Thy

righ-teous-ness.

Much peace have ~ they that love Thy law, * and for them ~ there is n01

stum-bling-block. " ;.

I awaited Thy sal- ~ va-tlon, 0 Lord, * and Thy t com-mand-ments have I

loved. /'

My soul hath kept Thy 1 tes-tlm-o-njes * and hath llove~ them ex-ceed-lng-Iy, I have kept Thy commandments and Thy ~ tes-tim-o-nies, * for all my ways are t be-fore Thee, 6 Lord.

Glory be to the Fath- ~ er, and to the + Son, * 1 and to the Ho-ly Ghost.

i\s it was in the beginning, both ~ now and ev-er, * and unto the ages ~ of a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 118, vv. 169 - 176:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 22th portion of the lst Psalm, using this s(['n1.e Tone, including the intonation notes (wit}iin the first set of brackets therein):

Let my sup-plication draw nigh be- J, fore Thee, 0 Lord; * Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire completes the verse:

according to Thine oracle give 1 me

un-der-stan-djng, And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side el: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes). the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

, Let my petition come be- 1 fore Thee, 0 Lord; * according to Thine 0- ~ ra-cle

de-liv-er me. •

My lips ~ shall pour forth a hymn * ,,!hen Thou hast J, taught me Thy stat-utes.

, My tongue shall speak t of Thy say-ings, * for all Thy com-mand- ~ ments are

righ-teous-ness.

Let Thy Hand ~ be for sa-ving me, * for I have cho- ~ sen Thy

com-mand-ments. ,

I have longed for Thy sal- ~ va-tion, 0 Lord, * and Thy law is ~ my med-it-a-tion.

My soul shall live ~ and shall praise Th~e, *. and Thy ~ judg-ments will help me. I have gone astray like a ~ sheep that is lost; * 0 seek Thy servant, for I have not forgot- ~ ten Thy com-mand-ments.

Glory be to the Fath- ~ er, and to the + Son, * ~ and to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both ~ now and ev-er, * and unto the ages ~ of

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a-ges. A-men.

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The Chapter and the Versicle

Then the Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Apoc. 7: 14, 15) according to the Tone given for Monday None in the Psalter:

These are they which came out of great tribulation, t and have washed their robes, and

made them white in the Blood of the Lamb; * therefore are they before the I • '.; 111 Throne of God, and serve Him day and nightin His TempIe.AlI respond:~. Thanks be to God.

J!... But the righteous live unto eternity. ~ ... ~

~. And their reward is in the Presence of 'the Lord.

The Collect

Grant us, Almighty God, ever to praise Thee in the commemoration of Thy Saints, for Thou shalt take care to refresh them to whom Thou grantest to persevere ~ in Thine Honour. Through Our .Lord Jesus Christ Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of zhe Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. ~. Amen.

The proper for First Vespers of the morrow begins on p. L 430.

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Psalms for None on Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday. Friday. and Saturday

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Psalm 125:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 1st Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

When the Lord turn-ed again the captivit- ~ y of Sy-on, :I<

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:" ...

we became as ~ men that are com-for-ted.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonatiBJL notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter: ...

Then was ~ our mouth fill'd with joy, * and our t tongue with re-joic-ing. "Then shall they say a- ~ mong the na-tions: * "The Lord hath ~ done great ..

things un-to them."

The Lord hath done great ~ things a-mong us, _* and ~ we are ~e-come gilld. Turn again, 0 Lord, ~ our cap-tiv-it-y * ~ (') like streams in the south.

L They that sow with tears * shall ~ reap with re- joic-Ing.

In their going l. they went, and they wept * l. (;) as they cast their seed~.

But in their coming shall they come ~ with re-joic-ing, * ~ (') bear-ing their sheaves. Glory be to the Fath- l. er, and to the III Son, * ~ and to the Hti-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both l. now and ev-er, * and unto the ages ~ of a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 126:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set. 4J f brackets therein):

Ex-cept ~ the Lord build the house, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse: , ...

- - in vain do they ~ la-bour that build it.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Qj_ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Except the Lord l. guard the cit-y, * in vain doth ~ he watch that guard-eth her. It is vain for l. yoij to rise at dawn. "" Ye that eat the bread of sorrow, rouse your- t selves af-ter rest-ing,

When He hath given sleep to l. His be-lov-ed: "" 10, sons are the heritage of the Lord, the reward l. Of the fruit of the wOlllb.

Like arrows in the hand l. of a might-y man, * so are the sons of ~ them that

were out-casts. _ ,

Bless-ed is he that shall fulfil his de- l. si-res with them, "" they shall not be put to shame when thev speak to their ~ en-em-ies in the gates.

Glory be to "the Fath- t er, and to the III Son, * t and to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both t now and ev-er, "" and unto the ages l. of a-ges. A-men.

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Psalm 127:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Bless-ed are all ~ 'they that fear the Lor'! ~ ~

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire completes the verse: ~ that walk in His ways.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the'intdnasion notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

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Thou shalt eat the fruitA of thy la-bours; '" bless-ed art thou, and ~ well shall it

be with thelL

Thy wife shall be ~ as a fruit-ful vine * t on the sides Of thy house, Thy sons ~ like young ol-ive trees'" round .1 a-bout thy ta-ble. Behold, so shall the ~ man be bless-ed * ~ that f'ear-eth the Lord.

The Lord bless thee ~ out of Sy-on * and mayest thou see the good things of

Jerusalem 1 all the days Of thy life.

And mayest thou see thy 1 chil-dren's chil-dren; * peace 1 be up-on Is-ra-el. Glory be to the Fath- ~ er, and to the Ii Son, * ~ and to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both ~ now and ev-er, '" and unto the ages ~ of a-ges. A-men.

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liv-eth un-to e-ter-nit-y.

The Chapter and the Versicle

Then the Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter [Apoc . 7: 14, 15) according to the Tone given for Tuesday None in the Psalter:

These are they which came out of great tribulation, t and have washed their robes, and

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made them white in the Blood of the Lamb; * therefore are they before the • I ; II

Throne of God, and serve Him day and night in His Temple. All respond:~. Thanks be to God. y. But the righteous live unto eternity.

~. And their reward is in the Presence of the Lord.

The Collect

Grant us, Almighty God, ever to praise Thee in the commemoration of Thy Saints, for Thou shalt take care to refresh them to whom Thou grantest to persevere in Thine Honour. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ Thy Son, Who liveth and relgneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. ~. Amen.

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ST. AGNES OF OLD ROME, V.M. (to be observed as a Feast of XII Lessons)

FIRST VESPERS

The Psalins

T hen the 1 sf Cantor alone

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Shall the Lord send out of Sy-on, to rule in the midst

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of thine en-em-ies.

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Psalm 109:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 1st Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

The Lord said un-to J, My Lord: *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the, verse:

"Sit Thou J, at My Right Hand,

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the twosides alternating the verses thereafter:

"Until I make Thine en- J, em-Ies * the Fool- J, stool of Thy Feet.

"~ sceptre of power sha]] the Lord send unto Thee out of J, Sy-oo; * rule Thou in the midst J, of TI},ine en-em-ies.

A "With Thee is dominion in the day of Thy power, in the splen-dour Of J, Thy

Saints; * from the womb before the morning star have J, I be-got-ten TheiL"

The Lord hath sworn and will not J, re-pent: :« "Thou art a Priest for ever,

after the or-der J, Of Mel-chls-ed-ek." ,I

The Lord at Thy J, Right Hand * hath broken kings in the J, day of His !Vrath. He shall judge among the nations, He shall fill them with dead J, bod-ies; * He

shall crush the heads of man- J, y up-on the Earth.

He shall drink of the brook in J, the way; * therefore shall J, He lift up His Head. Glory be to the Fath-er, and to J, the + Son, * and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As ,it was in the beginning, both now and J, ev-er, * and unto the ages of J, a-ges. A-men.

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Then the 2nd Cantor alone begins chanting the 2nd Antiphon:

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May the Lord seat him.

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With the prin-ces of His peo-ple.

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Psalm 112:

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first vers of the Znd Psalm using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein): I Praise the Lord, 0 ye i ser-vants; *

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire completes the verse:

- praise ye the .L Name of the --lord.

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q[_ -the Qy.ire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Bless-ed be the Name of l' the Lord, * from henceforth t and for ev-er-more. From the rising, of the Sun unto the go-lngdown T Of the same, * the Name of

the Lord is t to be prais-ed. I _ •

High above all the na-tions l' is the Lord, * above the HeavensJ is His Glor-Y. Who is like unto the Lord Our God, Who dwell-eth T on Righ, * and looketh down on things that are lowly, 'in Heav- .L en and on the Earth?

Who raiseth up the poor man l' from the Earth, * and from the dunghill lifteth

.L up the pau-per, , r

That He may §eat him with i prin-ces, * with the princes .L of His peo-ple,

Who maketh the barren woman to dwell in i a house * and be a mother

rejoicing t o-ver chiI-dren. ~ -

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i t6- the 11)1 Son, * and J, to the Ho-Iy Ghost.

1\s it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and" unto the ages J, of a-ges. A-men.

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repeat: May the Lord seat him with the prin-ces of His peo-ple,

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begins chanting the 3rd Antiphon:

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Psalms 115:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

I be-liev-ed, l' where-fore I spake; * ,;

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire completes the verse:

I was l' hum-bled ex-ceed-lng-ly.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses tperea/ter:

As for me, I i said in mine ec-sta-sy: * "Every T man is a Ii-ar.'

What shall I l' ren-der un-to the Lord, * for all that He hath i ren-der-ed un-to me? I will take the T Cup of sal-va-tion, * and I will call upon the i Name of the Lord. My vows unto the Lord will I pay in the presepce of i all His

peo-ple; * precious in the Sight of the Lord is the T death of His Saints. A

o Lord, i I am Thy ser-vant; * I am Thy servant and the i son of Thy hand-maid. Thou hast broken my bonds as-un-der; t I will sacrifice a sacri- i fice of praise un-to Thee, * and I will call upon the i Name of the Lord.

My vows unto the Lord will I pay in the presence of i all His peo-ple; * in the Courts of the House of the Lord, in the midst of T thee, 0 Jer-u-sa-ldm,

Glory be to the i Fath-er, and to the 11)1 Son, * and l' to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both l' now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of i a-ges. A-men.

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Then, I 1\ ....... ~'. ~ •

• • • I 15 ~ I I I

All repeat: Pre-cious in the Sight of the Lord is the death of His

I

Saints.

Then the 2nd Cantor alone begins chanting the 4th Antiphon:

• ••

In theirgo-ing they went.

I .

I

All respond:

And they wept as they cast-their seeds.

Tone 8

A* I

I I I III I I I

,

_ A

I • I I oil

I II'

"

Psalm 125: I,

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first/half of the first verse of the 4th Psalm, using th~l'?

Tone, including the intonation notes (within-the first set of brackets therein):

When the Lord turn-ed again the captivit-y of i Sy-oU_, '" Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse:

we became as men t that are com-for-ted.

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the "entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Then was our mouth T fill'd with joy, * and our tongue J_ with re- jolc-Ing.

Then shall t.ley say a-mong the i na-tions: '" "The Lord hath done t great

things un-to them." , ~

The Lord hath done great things a- i mong us, '" and we tare /be-come glad.

Turn again, 0 Lord, our cap- i tiv-it-y * t like streams in the south.

They that i sow with tears " shall reap t with re- joic-Ing.

In their going they went, T and they wept * t as they cast their seeds.

But in their coming shall they corne with re- i jolc-Ing, ~ t bear-Ing their sheaves.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the It Son, * and J. to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was t a-ges. A-men.

I

in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, '" and unto the ages of

,

Then,

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I I.

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The Chapter

All repeat:

In their go-ing they went, and they wept as they cast their seeds.

The Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Ecclus. 51: 13 - 14)

o Lord, My God, I have lifted up my supplication from the Earth, and prayed for deliverance from death; t I called upon the Lord, the Father of My Lord, that He would not leave me in the days of my trouble, * and in the time I I II I ~ II ij

of the proud, when there was no help. All respond: ~. Thanks be to God.

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The 1st Cantor alone chants:

I

= =..... I 1 My right hand.

All

I •

... 1 •

respond:

~

And my neck- hath, He clasp-ed with pre-cious

I I t,.. ~III

stones; '"

fie hath put price - legs pearls

up-on

mine ears,

and hath

I =

I

crown-ed me with flow- ers

and with spark-ling

jew - els,

All

I ;

I

~ ".'.~

alone chants: y. He hath pia

ced a seal up-on my fore-head, that I may

I •

1

I ~

ad-mit no oth-er lov - er but Him.

respond:

And hath crown-ed me with flow- ers

and with spark-ling

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III
jew - els. alone chants: y. Glor-y

be to the Fath-er, and to the Son, ...

I

and to the Ho - ly

Ghost.

. ,..

I

respond:

And hath crown-ed me with flow- ers

and with spark-ling

I 'h ~ III II ~

jew - els.

The Hymn and the Versicle

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II

The 1st Cantor alone chants the intonation:

1. Child of the Vir - gin,

The 1st Cantor's side only completes line 1: --) Ma - ker The 2nd Cantor's side only chants line 2:

2. She, Thine Own maid - en,

." -4 Doub - Ie

The 1st Cantor's side only chants line 3:

3. Death and its ter - rors

--) Un - dis - may'd be - hold - ing, 3.--)

I

I

The 2nd Cantor's side only chants line 4:

.... 4. God ev - er lov- ing,

All chant line 5: 5. Praise to

the

I

--) As

Fath - er,

--) ,To

~ .

I

II

of Thy Moth - er,

bles - sing ~ w!n - eth,

2.--)

for

us

she plead - eth, 4.--)

the Sole - Be - got - ten, 5.--)

I

1. Born

of

2. Stri - ving

to

3. Death's cru - el

4. Pit

-

s: "our

5. And

the

Blest

--) Of van - quish --) All hand - maid, --) Tor - ture, she

a

Maid - en,

I

fail - ings,

--) All

Spir - it,

I

I

a

Maid con - ceiv - ed, 1.--)

her na - ture's weak - ness, 2.--)

de - spi - seth; 3.--)

our sins for - giv - ing; 4.--)

--) With the Twain Co - E - qua), 5.--)

I

~ ..

11

1. While

we

2. E'en

by

that

3. Shed - ding

her

I •

I

I

vir - gin's

--) Tri - umphs are weak - ness

a

--) O'er life - blood,

--) Meet

4. Thus

shall

re - ech

o

5. One

On - Iy

re - hears - ing, 1.-)

a world of blood - shed 2.-)

is

she

to en-

-) Pure and heart - felt prals - es 4.-)

God - head,

-) Who through out

the a - ges 5.-)

...

1. Hear our pet - i-lion. 1.

2. Vic - tor - y gain - ing. 2.

3. Ho - Ii - est Heav - en. 3.

4. Un - to Thine Hon - our. 4.

5. Reign- eth for ev - er. A - men.

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!y. Wherefore God hath bless'd thee for ever.

The Antiphon on the Magnificat and the Magnificat

Then is sung the Antiphon on the Magnificat, which is 11=~II~~~~::::5 i ~ •• ft I

always begun by the Abbot (or Senior in Quire) alone: Bless-ed Ag-nes.

17 L

I",

I

I I

I

I

continue:

In the midst of the flames, stetch-ed out her

I

I I

1111 Ii I

I

• •

I ..... i

"" hands and "pray-ed: "I call up-on -Thee, 0 Fath-er Tran-scend-ent, Aug-ust, and

I III I' I III III 1./ • J. III I I I III. I •

Dread; for by Thy Ho-Iy Son's pro-tee - tion I have es-ca-ped the threats of an

I • • ,.. ~ - I,
I • ~ P'ii I
• 1 , • I • • I •
im-pi-ous ty-rant, and pass-ed un-sca-thed through the foul-ness of flesh-Iy
/-
I I Pi i's •
R !IIi .., 1 H • I I
• • I •
.. ..
pol-lu-tion; and, be-hold, I come un-to Thee, Whom I have lov-ed, Whom
I • • II •
• • I III •
• III • I I have sought, Whom I have al-way de-si-red.", The Magnificat (Luke 1: 46 - 55):

-

After the Antiphon on the Magnificat, the

1st Cantor alone begins chanting the Magnificat:

I

._

" My soul * ..

Only the 1st Cantor's side el: the Quire responds with 1-=·;:·=:::;;:.=~·;:r:=.==.==.==n::II~

the 2nd half of the 1st verse of the Magnificat: doth mag-ni-fy the Lord.

1_ ,A * 1 .. .J.. ~ ~ A

Tone 8 I • • ;... •• • •• P'ii I • I 8 • I ~~] [8 8 8 I] •• • • • • - • • • • • II.

Only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the 2nd verse of the Magnificat, using this Tone, including the intonation notes:

And my spir- '1 it hath re- jol-ced * in ~ God My Sa-viour.

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quiu chants the entire next verse (including the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

For He hath look-ed upon the low-li-ness '1 of His hand-maid-en; * 1- for

be-hold, from hence-forth all generations shall t ciill me: "Bless-ed," ,

For the Might-y One hath '1 done great things un.:-to me; * and ~ Ho-ly is His Name. And His mer-cy is 1- on them that fear Hi m * 1- un-to gener-a-tion and I gen-er-a-tion.

'" He hath show- '1 ed strength with His Arm; * '1 He hath scat-ter-ed the proud

in the imagin- ~ a-tion Of their heart.

He hath put down '1 the might-y from their seat, ~ '1 and ex-al-ted J, th~.m of low deg-mi. He hath fill-ed '1 the hun-gry with good things, * 1- and the rich He hath sent

t emp-ty a-way. _ ,

He hath hoi-pen 1- His ser-vant Is-ra-el * '1 in re-mem-brance t of His mer-cy, As (') He '1 spake to our fath-ers, * '1 to A-bra-ham, and his ~ seed for ev-er. Glor-y be to the 1- Fath-er, and to the " Son, * and t to the Ho-ly Ghost.

AsIt was in the beginning, '1 both now and ev-er, * '1 and un-to the a-ges of t a-ges. A-men.

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Then, I ; ~ II!ii ~ ~ I I!ii
~ .. ... I I I I I
All repeat: Bless-ed Ag-nes, in the midst of the flames, stetch-ed out her
I iii I ~ iii I ~ rt I • I!ii ~ I I I I ..... I
I I •
• • I

hands and pray-ed: "I call up-on Thee, 0 Fath-er Tran-scend-ent, Aug-ust, and l1li '" • I

l1li I I

I rsI"'A ... I.

... I

~ .

I

I

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Dread; for by Thy Ho-ly Son's pro-tee - tion 1 have es-ca-ped the threats of an

I • I I!ii ~
I 1 • • I 1 • ~ 1 • I'i 1
• I
im-pi-ous" ty-rant, and pass-ed un-sca-thed through the foul-ness of f'lesh-ly
~
I I /' • ~ i
• I!ii tl 1 H I I'i 'I I
• • I I
pol-lu-tion; .. ..
and, be-hold, 1 come un-to Thee, Whom I have lov-ed, Whom '/
I I I II ij I,
• I • ... I
• ... • •
i, The Collect

I have sought, Whom 1 have ai-way de-si-red."

Hear us, 0 God of our salvation, that as we rejoice on the Feast of Thy blessed virgin and martyr Agnes, so we may be enlightened by the effect of her pious devotion. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the

Unity of the Holy Gh9st, God, through all the ages of ages. ~. Amen. ...

• I<

The Commemoration of Sts. Fabian and Sebastian, MM.

T he following commemoration is begun by the 1st Cantor alone:

I

b These are those Saints.

; ..

All continue the Antiphon as follows:

• I • • • IS I • • • •

Who for wit-ness-ing un-to God have hand-ed

I ~ •

•• • I I II III

o-ver their own bod-ies, and have wash-ed their robes in the Blood of the Lamb.

y. The souls of the righteous are in the Hand of God. ~. And there shall no torment touch them.

y. Let us pray. Almighty Everlasting God, Thou That in the hearts of Thy Saints hast enkindled the flame of Thy love, grant unto our minds the same strength of Faith and charity, that we may bring to completion the examples of them in whose triumphs we rejoice. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. ~. Amen.

A Commemoration is today to be added of the Holy Theotokos , as given in the Appendix, pp. L 683 - L 684.

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The Invitatory and The Venite-Psalm 94

After Psalm 3 has been completed, the Cantors chant the Invitaiory and the Venite (Psalm 94) as follows:

Only the 1st and 271.d Cantors

P\t- I ~ I I"'_",...

chant the entire Invitatory together: The Lamb, the Bride-groom of vir - gins, *'

tl~~~~~'~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~EI

= J"" 1\ I ~ " t l1li ~ l1li = ,~ •• II _ I ~

corne ye, let us wor-ship the Lord Je-sus Christ.

Then All repeat ~~~~§t-~~~I~~~~~~I~I~~"""'~~I';i~~

The Lamb, the Bride-groom of vir - gins,'"

~ " 'i l1li /' ~ l1li = ~ .• II I II ~

corne ye, let us wor-ship the Lord Je-sus Christ.

the entire Invitator y:

I ..

~ 1\ I

Then only the 1st and 2nd Cantors begin the Venite 'together:

~ ' • .., I' • I • I "I I I l::::a::::::j I Ps. Corne, let us re-joice in the Lord; let us shout with

c

I I; • • .' ~..' 1/_ I I I. I' '. I ,,~

jU-bil-a-tion un-to God Our Sa-viour. Let us corne be-fore His Coun-ten-ance with

I I

• I 1\ ~ ~ = •• • • I l1li • I I • I II ~

thanks-giv-ing, and with Psalms let us shout in ju-bil-a-tion un-to Him.

Then All repeat ... ~ I I ....... -:

,..r · - !:!

the entire I nvitator y: The Lamb, the Bride-groom of vir - gins, *

~1§J~I';i~~~'I\~'~~i>~~t~~IIII~~IIII~~;~~.~.II~i,~II~

come ye, let us wor-ship the Lord Je-sus

Then only the 1st and 2nd Cantors ~~~~~~~~IIII~~I~~~~~I§~~~~~~§

= ~,.:tI; !til.. = • ; ij

For the Lord is a Great God, and a Great King

I

Christ.

continue the Venite together:

III • ~..' ~.. I • I' I !Ii

o-ver all (gods; for the Lord will not cast off His peo-ple.) For~ in His Hand are

I • I I I. I ~ "; I I • I l1li ; II ~

the ends of the Earth, and the heights of the moun-tains are His.

Then All repeat only the Znd half of the lnvitatory , as follows:

T ~I .' II

J" 1\. ~ 1\ . t l1li ~ l1li = ~ •• II I ~

Come ye, let us wor-ship the Lord Je-sus Christ.

.. •• • I • II I J

~'. ii I I I • Ii: •

continue the Venite together: For the sea is His, and He made it; and the dry

~~~~§~~~~~~~~I~I~ Here I • I I I I I ij

=1 = III ~..' •

land His Hands have fash-ion-ed. all bow. 0 come, let us wor-ship and fall down

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I

= •• I I I I I I. I P'i • I~ Here • iii. I~

For He is Our

Then only the 1st and 2nd Cantors

be-fore Him, and let us weep be-fore the Lord Who made us; all rise.

I I I

1\ Iii..:! II • I II !Ii; I I I 11l1li•

God. And we are the peo-ple of His pas-ture, and the sheep of His Hand.

II •

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; ,tI· , jiJi iii I

~ t-

the entire Invitatory: The Lamb, the Bride-groom of vir - gins, *

~1~~~~~~I·~~~~~Q~·~381

=tI!:!! ....' ~ I'; t III ~ III • ~ •• II , ~

Then All repeat

come ye, let us wop-ship the Lord Je-sus Christ.

Then only the 1st and 2nd Cantors ~~~~,.§,,~~,~~,~~,~~,~~, ~~'~~".~~I~tI~~:I~~~~~

To :- day 1 !fye will hear His V::nic~, har-den not

, I ~

continue the Venite together:

~ '" , ' . , , . , , .

. ,

I

.. '. . . .

your hearts. As in the prov-o-ca-tion, in the day of temp-ta-tion in the wil-der-ness.

Then only the 1st and 2nd Cantors ~~§~,,~~,~~~~,~~~·~~·~~,~~'~I~'~~~~IL

= /~'. it • I •

continue the Venite together: For - ty years long was I griev-ed with that

I

• I • • • • I :I.., ;..' , • I •

en-er-a-tion, and I said: "They do al-ways err in their hearts. And they have not

known My ways, so I sware in Mine ang-er: 'They shall not en-ter in-to My rest.'"

Then :til rJ.peat p\ t- • tI •• jiJi iii ··6

the entire Invaaiory: The Lamb, the Bride-groom of vir - gins, * ~

; ~PIi ... 1 ~ I ~ II

• ~1Ii t III ~111·.11 ••

come ye, let us wor-ship the Lord Je-sus Christ.

Then oni y the 1 sf and 2nd Cantor s 1:::=~= .• =tI=, ==, ='==11==.==,==:=5 =~.==ptj===.=+:IJ

conclude the Venite together: Glor - y be to the Fath-er, and to the'" Son,

~ij

, • iii

I

••

.-

I

:I I ;.. I

and to the Ho- lyGhost. As it was in the be-gin-ning, both now and ev-er,

I

, .

,

and

p\ t- • tI •• jiJi iii ~

The Lamb, the Bride-groom of vir - gins, *

Then All repeat only the 2nd half of the Lnvitatory , as follows:

T ... 1 II

~ " r\I.; iii t III = III :I ~ •• II • •

Come ye, let us wor-ship the Lord Je-sus Christ.

The Hymn

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I • • I.. ~

!Iii I ' • • , •

The Ist Cantor alone chants the intonation:

1. Child of-- the Vir - gin,

The 1st Cantor's side only completes line 1: 4 Ma - ker The 2nd Cantor's side only chants line 2:

2. She, Thine Own maid - en,

~ 4 Doub - Ie

The 1st Cantor's side only chants line 3:

3. Death and its ter - rors

II

of Thy Moth - er,

bles - sing win - eth,

2.4

., 7

The 2nd Cantor's side only chants line 4: - 4. God ev - er lov .;.. ing,

Un - dis - may'd be '4.- h?ld - ing,

All chant line 5: 5. Praise to

1. Born of

2. Stri - ving 3. Death's eru -

4. Pit Y

5. And the

our

Blest

As

for

us

she plead - eth,

Fath -

eo> '

I ,

4

the

a

Maid - en,

a Maid con - ceiv - ed,

her na - ture's weak - ness,

1.4.1; /'

2.4 I

3.4

Of,

to el

van - quish

4 All hand - maid, -- 4/Tor

fail - ings,

4 All

our sins for - giv - ing;

the Twain Co - E - qual,

5.4

I ij

- ture, she

de - spi - seth;

Spir -

it,

4 With

I

4 Pure and heart - felt prais - es

God - head, ,

4 Who through out the a - ges

1~~.~~!Iii~~~~~'~~'~~~6~~,~gI11_

1. While

we

2. E'en

by

that

3. Shed - ding

4. Thus shall

re

5. One

On -

,

I.,

I

a

vir - gin's

4 Tri - umphs are weak - ness

4 O'er a world

2.4

re - hears - ing, of blood - shed

life - blood,

4 Meet

she

is

to

en-

ter

- ech - 0

Iy

1. Hear our pet - i - tlon. 1.
2. Vic - tor - y liain - ing. 2.
3. Ho - u - est eav - en. 3.
4. Un - to Thine Hon - our. 4.
5. Reign- eth for ev - ere A - men. The First Noeturn

The Psalms

Six Psalms are then chanted for the First Nocturn , as follows:

I ,; • ;I ,'1

The 1 sf Cantor alone

begins chanting the l st Antiphon: Flee a-way from me.

I • !Iii • ;I

All respond:

I •

II •

Thou grain-meal of death! _ For I am

1\ I

• •

,

• •

;I

al-read-y a-wait-ed by An-oth-er Lov-er.

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.t .1', A* ,!,~

Tone 8 I [. • .) II. (. 8 • I) • II. • 8 • I • • • • II • • •

, - ...

.' I • • II ~

Psalm 1:

Then the 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first Verse of the 1st Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes {within the first set of brackets therein}:

Bless-ed is the man that hath not: walked in the counsel of tlte u.ngod-IY, t nor stood in the way of I sin-ners, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse:

nor sat in the seat ~ of the pes-til-ent.

Of •

.., And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse

{omitting the intonation notes}, {he two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

But his will is rather in the law of I, the Lord, * and in His law will he , !

med- ~ it-ate day and night. I'

And he shall be like the tree" :_which is planted by the streams of thf

T wat-ers, 'o!< which shall bring forth its/fruit ~ in its sea-son.

And its leaf i shall not fall; * and all things whatsoever he may ~ do shall pros-per.

Not so are the un-god-ly, T not so; * but rather they are like the chaff which the wind doth hurl away from ~ the face Of the Earth.

For this reason shall the ungodly not stand up in I judg-ment, '" nor sinners in

the council ~ of the ri h-teotis.

For the Lord knoweth the way of the T righ-teous, >I< and the way of the" un-god- ~ Iy shall per-Ish.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the It Son, * andI to the Ho-lyGhdst.

As it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of

, A

~ a-ges. A-men.

Then,

. ~

I

.

• a

I

All repeat: Flee a-way from me, Thou grain-meal of death! For I am
I • • II ~
... • • • • • " I •
• ~
al-read-y a-wait-ed by An-oth-er Lov-er.
I • • • 1 I
Then the 2nd Cantor alone
begins chanting the Znd Antiphon: With His ring.
I • III • I r\ I
• I
I
All respond: Hath My Lord Je-sus Christ be-thro-thed
I 1 • II ~
• • ~ ~ III
• III • •
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Tone 7 I [. • .) ... [. 8 • ') •••• • 0 • • 0 • I • • • • •• • •• I o. •

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Psalm 2:

Then the 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the Znd Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Why have the l' hga-then ra-ged, *

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse.'!- •

and the peoples medi- 1 ta-red emp-ty things?

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

The kings of the Earth were arou-sed, t and the rulers were as-:" sem-bled

" . , ....

~ to-geth-er, * against the 1 Lord, and - ag-ainst His Christ.

Let us break their l' bonds as-un-der, * and let us cast a- 1 wiy their yoke from us.

He, That A dwelleth in the Heavens i shall-laugh them to scorn, * and the T Lord;/

shall de-ride them. I

Then shall H~ speak l' un-to them in His wrath, * and in His anger T shill He

troub-le them. /" I

B,!t as for Me, I was Established as King by Him, t upon Syon His l' Ho-ly Moun-tal n, * Proclaiming the com- T mand-rnent Of the Lord.

The i Lord said un-to Me: * "Thou art My Son; this day have i i be-got-ten Thee."

Ask of Me, and I will give Thee the nations for i Thine in-her-it-ance, * and the uttermost parts of the Earth for l' Thy pos-ses-sidn.

Thou shalt herd them with a T rod of i-ron, * Thou shalt shatter them like a i pot-ter's ves-sels.

And now, T () ye kings, un-der-stand; * be instructed, all T ye that judge ~he

Earth. • ~ <

Serve i ye the Lord with fear, * and rejoice in i Him with trem-bling. ~

Lay hold of instruc-tion, t lest at any time the T Lord be Ang-ry, * and ye

perish T from the righ-teous way. , I

When quickly His i wrath be kin-died, * blessed are all that have 1 put their trust in Him.

Glory be to the l' Fath-er, and to the .. Son, oj< and i to the H~-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both 1 now and ev-er, oj< and unto the ages of T a-ges. A-men.

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All repeat: With His ring hath My Lord' Je-sus Christ be-thro-thed
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• • • • me, and, as His bride hath he crown-ed me.

Then the 1st Cantor alone begins chanting the 3rd Antiphon:

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My right hand.

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All respond: And my neck hath He c1asp-ed with
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I I I I lSI pre-cious stones, and put up-on mine ears price-less pearls.

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Psalm 4:

Then the 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

When I call-ed upon Thee, 0 God of my righteousness, Thou. didst i heark-en un-to me; *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse:

/ in mine affliction T Thou hast en-larg-ed me.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entir~ next verse

"" (omitting the intonation notes), thetwo sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Have com- T pas-sion on me, * T and hear my prayer.

o ye sons of men, how long will i ye be slow of heart? * Why do ye love vanity, )1 and T seek af-ter false-hood?

Know also that the Lord hath ).nade i won-drous His Ho-ly One; * the Lor~ will hearken unto me T when I cry un-to Him.

Be angry, and sin not; t feel com- T punc-tlon up-on your beds :« for T what ye

say in your hearts.

Sacrifice a sacrifice of righ-teous-ness, t i and hope in the Lord; :« many say:

"Who will show i un-to us good things?"

The Light of Thy Countenance, 0 Lord, hath been T sign-ed up-on fis; * Thou

hast given T glad-nea'S to my heart.

From the fruit i Of their wheat, wine and oil =I< are T they mul-ti-pli-ed. In peace t in the same place * I shall T lay me down and sleep.,

For T Thou, 0 Lord, A-lone, * hast T made me to dwell in hope.

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the .. Son, =I< and T to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both i now and ev-er, * and, unto the ages of

i a-ges. A-men.

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All repeat: My right hand and my neck, hath He c1asp-ed with
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• • • • r-; pre-cious stones, and put up-on mine ears price-less pearls.

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Then the 2nd Cantor alone

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begins chanting the 4th Antiphon.'

Christ hath sur-round-ed me.

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All respond:

With flow-ers and with spark-ling pre-cious

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jew-els.

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Psalm 5:

Then the 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 4th Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Un-to my T words give ear, 0 Lord; * .

Then, only the 2nd C_antor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse:

t (') hear !'lY ~ry. "'.

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side el: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Attend unto the voice of my T sup-pll-ca-tjon, * 0 T My King and My God.

For unto i. Thee will I pray, 0 LOrd; * in the morn-ing T Thou shalt hear my voice •

._. In the morning shall I stand be-fore Thee, and thou shalt i look up-on

me; * for not a God that wlllest-In- i i-quit-y art Thou.

He that worketh evil i shall not dwell near Thee; * nor shall transgressors

a- T bide be-fore Thine Eyes. I

Thou hast hated all them that T work in-i-quit-y; * Thou shalt destroy all )1 T them that speak a lie.

k man that is bloody and deceltfulT shall the Lord ab-hor; * but as for me, bl

the multi- i tude of Thy mer-cy, -

Shall I r go in-to Thy House? '" I shall worship toward Thy Holy i Tern-pie in fear of Thee.

o Lord, guide me in the way of Thy righteousness be- i cause of mine en-em-Ies; >I< make straight i my way be-fore TheEL

For in their i mouth there is no Truth; * T their heart is vain. .

, Their throat is an open ~sep-ul-chre; t with their tongues have they i spo-ken

de-celt-ful-ly: >I< i judge them, 0 God. ,

Let them fall down on account of their own dev-i-sings; t according to ~he mul~itude ,9f their dn- i god-Il-ness, cast them out; * for they have em- T bit-ter-ed • Thee, 0 Lord.

And let all them be i glad that hope in Thee; * they shall ever rejoice, and Thou

T shalt dwell am-ong them. ,I

, And all shall glory in T Thee that love Thy Name, * for Thou shalt i bless the

righ-teous. ,

o Lord, as with a shield of T Thy good pleas-ure, * T hast Thou crown-ed us. Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the III Son, >I< and T to the H6-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both i now and ,ev-er, * and unto the ages of

T a-ges. A-men.

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He hath pla-ced a seal.

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All repeat: Christ hath sur-round-ed me with flow-ers -and with spark-ling pre-cious

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jew-els.

Then the 1st Cantor alone begins chanting the 5th Antiphon:

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All respond:

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oth-er lov-er but Him.

Up-on my fore-head, that I may ad-mit no

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Psalm 8:

Then the 1st Can,or alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 5th Psalm I using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

o Lord, Our T Lord, how Won-der-fUl * ~

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q[_the Quif"ecompletes the verse:

is i Thy Name in all the Earth.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire chants the entire next verse .... (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

For Thy magnifi- i cence is IIf-ted * high a- i bove the Heav-ens.

Out of the mouths of babes and sucklings hast Thou perfected praise,

be- i cause of Thine en-em-ies, * to destroy th~ enemy i and av-en-ger. ;1

For I will beh~ld the Heavens, the i works of Thy FIng-ers, :I< the moon and the

stars, l' which Thou hast found-ed,

What is man, that Thou art I MInd-ful of him, * or the son of man, that Thou I vis-it-est him?

Thou hast made him a little lower than the ang-els; t with glory and honour I hast Thou crown-ed him; '" and Thou hast set him over the I works of Thy Hands.

All things hast Thou subjected under his feet, t sheep I and all ox-en, :I< yea, and the T beasts of the field,

The birds of ihe air, and the I fIsh of the sea, * the things that pass through the

'.

I paths of the sea.

I 0 Lord, Our Lord, * how Wonderful is Thy r Name in all the Earth! Glory be to the I Fath-er, and to the + Son, * and i to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both I now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of T a-ges. A-men.

Then, All repeat:

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He hath pla-ced a sea) up-on my fore-head, that I may ad-mit no

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oth-er lov-er but Him.

Then the 2nd Cantor alone begins chanting the 6th Antiphon:

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The Lord hath cloth-ed me.

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All respond:

With a ves-ture of wrought gold, and

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a-dorn-ed me with pre-cious stones.

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.

Then the 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the

6th Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set' of

brackets therein):

In the Lord have 1 ho-ped; t how will ye i say to my soUl: * Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse:

..

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes), [he two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

For behold, the sinners have bent their bow, t they have prepared arrows T for,

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the quiv-er, * to shoot down in a moonless T night the up-right of heart. I

For what Thou hast formed i they .have de-stroy-ed; :I: and the righteous T mini'

what hath he done? -

The Lord is in His T Ho-ly Tern-pie; :I: the Lord, in i Heav-en is His Throne.

His Eyes are set up- T on the poor man; :I: His Eyelids ex- i am-ine the sons of

"Flee unto the mountains i like a spar-row?

A

men.

The Lord examineth the righteous man T and the un-god-ly; * but he that loveth unrighteousness Tha-teth his own soul.

He will rain &own i snares up-on sin-ners; * fire and brimstone and wind of

. '"

tempest shall be the T por-tion of their cup. "

For the Lord is Righteous i and hath loved righ-teous-ness; * upon uprightness

.

hath His i Coun-ten-ance lodk'd.

Glory be to the i Fath-er, and to the + Son, * and i to the H6-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both T now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of i a-ges, A-men.

All repeat: The Lord hath cloth-ed me with a ves-ture of wrought gold, and

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a-dorn-ed me with pre-cious stones.

The Versicle

y. In Thy comeliness and Thy beauty.

IV. And bend Thy bow, and proceed prosp'rously, and be King.

All Lessons and Responsories f or the Night V igils shall be found in the Lectionary.

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The Psalms

Six Psalms are then chanted for the Second Nocturn , as follows:

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Then the 1st Cantor alone I ~ I !Iii ~ _ _

begins chanting the 7th Antiphon: AI-read-y His Bod-y.

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And mine ar-e' join-ed to-geth-er, ana His Blood is

All respond:

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Red up-on my cheeks.

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Psalm 14:

Then the 1st Ca'ftor alone chants the firstf half of the first verse of the 7th Psalm, il using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

o Lord, who shall abide in Thy Till-er- i nac-Ie, * /'

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q..{the Quire completes the verse:

and who shall dwell in Thy J, Ho-ly Moun-tain?

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

He that wilk-eth i blame-less, * and J, work-eth rlgh-teous-nes§:

. Speak-Ing Truth T In his heart, * who hath not spoken de-ceit- J, ful-ly with his tongue.

Neither hath done evil to his i neigh-bour, * nor taken up a reproach

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a- J, gainst those near him.

In his sight he that worketh e-vil is T set at nought; * but he glorifieth J, them

that fear the Lord. I

He giveth .oath to his neighbour, and f'or-swear-eth not; t he hath not lent his

mon-ey on T u-su-ry, * and hath not received bribes a- J, gainst the In-no-cent.

He that do-eth i these things * shall nev- J, er besha-ken.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the It Son, * and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and unto the ages of J, i-ges. A-men.

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All repeat: Al-read-y His Bod-y and mine are join-ed to-geth-er, and His Blood is

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Red up-on my cheeks.

Then the 2nd Cantor alone begins chanting the 8th Antiphon:

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Milk and hon-ey.

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All respond:

Have I re-ceiv-ed from His Mouth, and His

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Blood is Red up-on my cheeks.

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Psalm 23:

Then the 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 8th Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

The Earth is the Lord's, and the 1 fiil-ness there-Of, *

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the QuiYB completes the verse.~

the world, and 1 all that dwell there-in.

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

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... He hath founded 1 it IJP-on the seas, * and upon the rivers 1 hath He

pre-par-ed it. /

Who shall ascend into the 1 Moun-tain of the Lord, * or who shall 1 stand in

His Ho-Iy Place? ' ;1

He that is innocent in hands and pure in heart, t who hath not re- 1 cei v-ed his

soul in vain, * and hath not sworn deceitful- 1 Iy to his neigh-bour. I

Such a one shall receive a 1 bless-ing from the Lord, * and mercy from i God His Sa-viour.

This is the generation of 1 them that seek the Lord, * of them that seek the Face of the 1 God of Ja-cob.

Lift up your gates, 0 ye prin-ces, t and be ye lifted up, ye -I ev-er-las-ting gates, * and the King of 1 Glor-y shall en-ter in..

Who is This 1 King of Glor-y? * The Lord Strong and Mighty, the 1 Lord,

Might-y in war.. j"'" ..

Lift up your gates, 0 ye prin-ces, t and be ye lifted up, ye 1 ev-er-Ias-tlng .

gates; * and the King of 1 Glor-y shall en-ter in.

Who is This 1 King of Glor-y? '" The Lord of hosts, He is the '~ King of Glor-Y. Glory be to the 1 Fath-er, and to the III Son, * and i to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both i now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of 1 i-ges. A-men.

Then, I
All repeat:
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Milk and hon-ey have I re-ceiv-ed from His Mouth, and His

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Blood is Red up-on my cheeks.

Then the 1st Cantor alone begins chanting the 9th Antiphon:

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To Him am I be-throth-ed,

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All respond:

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Whom the Ang-els serve, at Whose beaut-y

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the Sun and Moon do mar-vel.

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Psalm 44:

Then the 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 9th Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

My heart hath poured T forth a good word; :I< •

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side f21_ the Quire completes the verse: '"

I speak i of my works to the kIng.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the v_,er ses thereafter:

T My tongue is the pen * of a i swlft-Iy wri-ting scribe.

Comety art Thou in beauty more than the sons Of men; t grace hath T been ... poured forth on Thy lips, * wherefore God hathT bless'd Thee for ev-er.

Gird Thy i sword up-06'Thy Thlgh- * i (' ') 0 Mlght-y One,

In Thy comeliness T and Thy beaut-y, * and bend Thy bow, and proceed

i pros-p'rous-Iy, and be King~ _ ' : A • P

Because of Truth and I meek-ness and righ-teous-ness, * and Thy Right Hand shall i guide Thee won-drous-ly,

Thine arrows are sharp, 0 >Mighty One (under T Thee shall peo-ple's fail); * sharp in the heart of the i en-em-ies Of the king.

Thy Throne, 0 God, is for i ev-er and ev-er; :I< a sceptre of uprightness is the scep-tre t Of Thy King-dom.

Thou hast loved righteousness and T ha-ted ln-l-qult-y, * wherefore God, Thy God, hath anointed Thee with the oil of gladness l' more than Thy fel-lows.

Myrrh and stac-te and cassia exhale from Thy garments; from the i I -vo-ry pal-a-ces, * whereby they have made Thee glad, they the daughters of i klngs in Thine hon-our.

At Thy RigbY Hand stood the queen, arrayed in a. vesture l' of in-wo-ven

gold, * adorned in T var-ied col-ours. ,

Hearken, 0 daughter, and i see, and in-cline thine ear, :I< and forget thine own

peo-ple T and thy fath-er's house. 0 I

And the King shall great-ly de- T si-re thy beau-ty; * for He Himself is Thy

Lord, and T thoii shalt wor-ship Him. , A

And Him shall the daughters of Tyre i wor-ship with gifts; * the rich among

the people shall en- T treat thy coun-ten-ance. _ ,

All the glory of the daughter of the T King is wlth-im > with gold-fringed

garments is she arrayed, adorned in T var-ied col-ours. . A

The virgins that follow after her shall be i broiight un-to the King, * those near

her i shall be brought un-to Thee. ,

They shall be brought with gladness i and re- jei-clng; * they shall be brought into the T Tern-pie of the King.

In the stead of thy fathers, T sons are born to thee; * thou shalt make them

princes T o-ver all the Earth. .

I shall com- i mem-or-ate thy name * in every generation and i gen-er-a-tion. Therefore shall peoples give praise unto T thee for ev-er, :I< and unto the T a-ges of a-ges.

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the It Son, * and T to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both i now and ev-er,:I< and unto the ages of i a-ges. A-men.

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All repeat: To Him am I be-throth-ed Whom the Ang-els serve, at Whose beaut-y

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~ the Sun and Moon do mar-vel.

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Then the 2nd Cantor alone begins chanting the 10th Antiphon:

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At Whose beaut-yo

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All respond:

The Sun and Moon do mar-vel, un-to Him

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A-lone do I keep Faith.

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Then the 2nd Cantor alone' chants the first half of the first verse of the 10th Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes Jwithin the first set of brackets therein):

Our God is Re-fuge T and Strength, *

Then, only the Znd Cantor's side of the Quire completes the verse:

A Helper in afflictions which mlghtl-Iy J, be-fall us!

And then, only the 1 st Cantor's side of the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Therefore shall we not fear when the Earth be i sha-ken, * nor when the mountains be removed into the heart ~ of the seas.

Their waters roar'd and were i troubl-ed * the mountains were troubl- J, ed by His might.

The rushings of the river make glad the cit-y i of God; * the Most High hath

hallowed His Tab- }""'er-nac-ut "'-

God is in the midst of her, she shall not be T sha-ken; * God shall help her right early in J, the morn-Ing.

The nations were troubled, king-doms T tot-ter'd; * the Mo~t High gave forth His Voice, the Earth J, was sha-ken.

The Lord of hosts is T with us; * Our Helper is the God J, of Ja-cob.

Come and behold the works Of God, t what marvels He hath wrought i on the Earth, * Making wars to cease un-to the J, ends Of the Earth.

He will crush the bow and will shat-ter the i weap-on, * and shields will He iit-ter- J, Iy burn with fire.

"Be still, and know that T i AM God; * I WILL/BE Exalted among the nations,

I WILL BE Ex-al- J, ted in the Earth."

The Lord of hosts is i with us; * Our Helper is the God J, of Ja-cob. Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the + Son', * and to J, the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, '* and unto the ages of a- J, ges. A-men.

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Then, All repeat:

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At Whose beaut-y the Sun and Moon do mar-vel, un-to Him

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A -lone do I keep Faith.

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Then the 1st Cantor alone

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begins chanting the 11th Antiphon:

Un-to Him A-lone.

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All respond:

Do I keep Faith; un-to Him do I corn-mit

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my-self with all de-vo-tion.

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Then the 1st Cantor alone/chants the first half of the first verse of the 11th Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

His foundations are in the Ho-ly t Moun-tains; * "/

Then, only the ist Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse: I{

_.-the Lord loveth the gates of Syon more than all the dwell- IIngs of Ja-cob.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Glorious things are spo-ken t 6f thee, * 0 t cit-y of God.

I will make mention of Raab and J, Bab-y-Ion * to J, them that know me.

And 10, the foreigners and Tyre and the, people of the E-thi- t o-pi-ans; * t these were born there.

A man ,willr-say: "Mother Sy-on," t and: "That man was J, born ... in

her," * and: "The Most High Him- J, self hath found-ed her." ~

The Lord shall tell it in the writ of the peoples and the J, prin-ces, * even these

J, that were born in her. I

How joy-ous are J, all they * that have their hab-i- J, ta-tion in Thee. Glory be to the Fath-er, and J, to the + Son, * and J, to the Ho-Iy Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and J, ev-er, * and" unto the ages of J, a-ges. A-men.

Then,

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All repeat:

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Un-to Him A-lone, do I keep Faith; un-to Him do I com-mit

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my-self with all de-vo-tion.

Then the 2nd Cantor alone begins chanting the 12th Antiphon:

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The vir-gin of Christ.

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ilia she

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All respond:

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Is not sha-ken by ter-ror;

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se-du-ced by fa-vours.

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Psalm 97:

Then the 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 12th Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein): o sing un-to the Lord a J, new song, *

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse: ...

" for the LOrd J, hath wrought won-drous things.

And then, only the 1st Cantor's siae Qj_,._tJ!e Quire chants the'" entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter: ...

His Right Hand and His Ho- J, Iy Arm " have wrought sal- J, va-tion for Him. The Lord hath made known His sal- J, va-tion; * in the sight of the nations hath

He re- J, veal'd His righ-teous-ness.

He hath remembered His mer-cyJo J, Ja-cob, '" and His Truth to the J, House of Is-ra-eJ. All the ends of the Earth J, -have seen'" the sal- J, va-tion of Our God.

Shout with jubilation un.::.to the Lord, all J, the Earth; '" sing and re- J, joice and chant Psalms.

Chant ye unto the Lord with a harp, with the harp and with the voice Of J, a,

Psalm, '" with trumpets of metal, and with a voice of a, J, trum-pet Of horn. /

Shout with jubilation before the Lord, Our King; t let th ... e sea be shaken and

the f'ul-nessI there-Of, * the world and aJI, J, they that dwell there-in. ,

The rivers shall clap their hands-to-geth-er; t the mountains shall rejoice at the

Pres-ence of J, the Lord; * for He cometh; yea, He is J, come to judge the Earth. _

, He)ViII judge the world with righ- J, teous-ness, '" and the peo-ples J, wi th up-right-ness.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and to J, the + Son, * and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

1\s it A was in the beginning, both now and J, ev-er, * and unto the ages J, of a-ges. A-men.

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All repeat: • Thi~ vir-gin of Christ is
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III not sha-ken by ter-ror; nor is she

se-du-ced by fa-vours.

The Versicle y. God shall help her with His Countenance.

~. God is in the midst of her, she shall not be shaken.

All Lessons and Responsories for the Night Vigils shall be found in the Lectionary.

The Third Noclurn

The Canticles

Then the 1st Cantor alone begins chanting the 13th Antiphon:

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She hath gird -ed.

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All respond:

Her loins with strength, and strength-en-ed

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her arms; and, there-fore, her can-die shall nev-er be ex-ting-uish-ed.

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Canticle from Ecclesiasticus (the Book of Wisdom of Jesus Ben-Sirack) (Ecclus. 39: 13 - 16).The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the l st Canticle, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Heark-en un-to me, ye off'-sprlngof the Dlv- i ine One, * ,

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quife"completes the verse:

and bud forth as a rose growing by ~ the

brook Of the field.

And then, o.nly the 2nd Canto<s side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse ""'( omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

And just as i Le-ban-non," give ye ~ a sweet sa-vour.

And flourish as a lily, send forth a fra-grance, t and sing a T song of

praise, * bless the ~ Lord in all His works. ' ;1

Magnify His Name, t and shew forth His praise with the song i of your lIps, *

~ (- ') and with harps." I

And in praising Him ye shall say af-ter this T man-ner: * "All the works of the Lord ~ are ex-ceed-ing good."

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the It Son, * and ~ to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of ~ a-ges. A-men.

Canticle of Isaias I (Is. 61: 10 - 11; 62: 1 - 3):

Then the 2nd c.antor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the Znd Canticle, using 'this" same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

I will greatly re- joice in l' the Lord; * I

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side CJ.i the Quire completes the verse:

and my soul shall be ~ joy-ful in My God.

And then, only the 1 sf Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

For He hath clothed me with the garments of sal- T va-tion, * He that covered me with the ~ robe of rlgh-teous-ndss.

As a bridegroom decketh him-self with i or-na-ments, * and as a bride

adorneth her-self t with her jew-els. .,

For as the Earth bringeth forth her bud, t and as the garden causeth the things that are sown there-in to T spring forth, * so the Lord God will cause righ-teous-ness and praise to spring forth be-fore t all the na-tions.

For Sv-on's sake will I not hold my peace, and for Jerusalem's sake I will not rest, t until the righteousness thereof go forth as i bright-ness, ,., and the salvation thereof as a ~ lamp that burn-eth.

And the Gentiles shall see thy i righ-teous-ness, * and all t kings thy glor-Y.

And thou shalt be call-ed by a i new name * which the Mouth ~ of the LOrd shall name. Thou shalt also be a crown of glory in the Hand T Of the Lord, * and a royal

diadem in ~ the Hand of Thy God.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and T to the It Son, * and t to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of ~ a-ges. A-men.

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Canticle Isaias II (Is. 62: 4 - 7):

Then the 1st Canior alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Canticle, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Thou shalt no mote be term-ed For- T s~-ken; * ~

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side IT the Quire completes the verse:

neither shall thy land any more be ~ term-ed Des-o-late, And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side IT the Quire chants the entire next verse ... (omitting the "intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

But thou shalt be call-edt "My De-light is i in her;" * and J thy land:

"Mar-ri-ed."

For the Lord de-light-eth i in thee, '" and thy land ~ shall be mar-ri-ed.

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For as a young man mar-rf-eth a i vir-gin, * so shall Thy ~ Build-er mar-ry

thee.

And as the bridegroom rejoiceth o-ver i the bride, * so shall Thy God ~ re- joice o-ver thee,

I have set watchmen upon thy walls, 0 Jer- i u-sa-Iem, * which shall never hold ~ their peace day nor night;

Ye that make men-tion T of the Lard, * ~ keep not sf-lence.

And give Him i no rest, * until He establish, and till He make Jerusa-lem ~ a

praise in the Earth. ....

. '"

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the + San, * and .t to the Ho-ly Ghost. •

As it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of

~ a-ges. A-men.

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All repeat: She hath gird-ed her loins with strength, and strength-en-ed
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• her arms; and, there-fore, her can-die shall nev-er be ex-ting-uish-ed.

The Versicle

y. Wherefore God, Thy God, hath anointed thee. W. With the oil of gladness more than thy fellows.

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The Collect

Almighty and Everlasting God, Who dost choose the weak things of this world to confound the things which are mighty, mercifully grant that we who celebrate the Feast of Thy blessed martyr Agnes may be become aware of her patronage before Thee. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. W. Amen.

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After Psalm 66 has been completed, the Psalms are chanted as follows:

Then the 1st Cantor alone 11==·~llll~.=i.=~·~;·=~·~·~I~~

begins chanting the 1st Anuphon: When Ag-nes had en-ter-ed.

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All respond:

The place-of shame-ful-ness, she found the ang-el of

the Lord read-y be-fore-hand.

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D Psalm 92:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 1st Psalm. using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

The Lord is King, He is Cloth-ed with i maj-es-ty; *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Qj_ the Quire completes the verse: .

the Lord -is Cloth-ed with strength and He t hath girt Him-self.

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And then. only rhe 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes). the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

For He es-tab-lish- i ed the world * which shall not t be sha-Min. Thy Throne is pre-par-ed T Of old; * Thou art from ev- t er-las-tlng.

The rivers have lift-ed T up, 0 Lord; * the rivers have lifted up t their voi-ces. The rivers win lift i up their waves * at the voices of man- t y wat-ers. Wonderful are the surg-ings i Of the sea; '" wonderful on t High is the Lord. Thy testimonies are made i ver-y sure; * holiness becometh Thy House, 0 Lord,

un- t to length of days.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and T to the + Son, '" and to t the Ho-ly Ghost. As it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of a- t ges. A-men.

All repeat: When Ag-nes had en-ter-ed the place of shame-ful-ness, she found the

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ang-el of the Lord read-y be-fore-hand.

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The 2nd Cantor alone l) 1\ It\!. ; •

begins chanting the 2nd Antiphon:

All respond:

For I have with me.
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A Guard-i-an of my bod-y, the ang-el of • •

the Lord.

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• • • • Psalm 99: "

The 2nd Cantor alone chants-the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Shout with ju-biJation i un-to God, all the Earth; *

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

_ --Serve the 1. Lord with glad-ness.

And then, only the 1 st Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Come be- T fore His Pres-ence * 1. with re- joi-cing.

Know ye that the i Lord Him-self is Our God. * It is He That hath made us, 1. and not we our-selves.

We are His people and the sheep of His pas-ture; t enter into His i gates with thanks-giv-ing,'* into His Courts with hymns; 1. give thanks un-to Him.

Praise His Name, for the Lord is Good; tHis merey en- i diir-eth for

ev-er, * and His Truth unto generation and 1. gen-er-a-tiop. I

Glory be to theT Fath-er, and to the + Son, * and 1. to the Ho-ly Ghost. As it was in the beginning, both i now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of 1. a-ges. A-men.

Then, All repeat:

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For I have with me a Guard-i-an of my bod-y, the ang-el of

l) • • II

T hen the 1 st Cantor alone begins chanting the 3rd Antiphon:

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:::iI the Lord.

Then

All respond:

Stand-ing at her right hand.

III

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A Lamb, Whi-ter than snow, Christ hath

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eon-sec-ra-ted her His bride and mar-tyro

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Psalm 62:

Then the 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein): o God, 1 My God, '"

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire completes the verse: '" # unto Thee- I rise l ear-ly at dawn.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

My seul hath thirs-ted l for Thee, * how often hath my flesh I Iong-ed at-ter

...

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""Th A, ee.

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In a land barren and untrodden and unwat-er-ed, t so in the Sanctuary have I

ap-pear-edbe- l fore Thee * to see Thy power <1,. and Thy Glor-Y.

For Thy mercy is bet-ter l than lives; '" my l lips shall praise Thee.

So shall I bless Thee in l my life, '" ,and in Thy Name will I llift up my hands. As with marrow and fatness let.my soul be l fill-ed, * and with lips of rejoicing

shall l my mouth praise Thee.

If I remembered Thee on my bed, t at the dawn I medi-ta-ted l on Thee; '" for Thou art be- l come My Help-er.

In the shelter of Thy Wings will I re- joice; t my soul hath .cleav'd at- 1 ter Thee; '" Thy Right Hand hath been 1 quick to help me.

But as for these, in vain have they sought after my soul; t they shall go into the nether-most parts 'it 1 the Earth; '" they shall be surrendered unto the edge of the sword; portions 'for "fox- l es shall they be.

But the king shall be glad in God; t everyone shall be praised that swear-eth t by Him; '" for the mouth of them is stop-ped t that speak un-just tlvings.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and to 1 the + Son, * and 1 to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and 1 ev-er, * and unto the ages of 1 a-ges. A-men.

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All repeat: Stand-ing at her right hand, a Lamb, Whi-ter than snow, Christ

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con-sec-ra-ted her His bride and mar-tyro

Then the 2nd Cantor alone begins chanting the 4th Antiphon:

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I bless Thee.

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All respond: 0 Fath-er of My Lord Je-sus Christ; for
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; • ; by Thy Son the fi-re is quench-ed round a-bout Thine hand-maid.

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The Benedicite (paraphrase of Daniel 3: 57 - 88, 56):

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 1st Canticle, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Bless the Lord, all ye works T of the Lord, *

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

o praise' ye the Lord and supremely exalt Him fin- ~ to the a -gik

And then, only the I st Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the twq sides alternating the verses thereafter:

.... Bless the Lord, ye Ang-els.r Of the Lord; * bless the t Lord, ye Heav-ens;

Bless the Lord, all ye <waters a-bove the r Heav-ens; * bless the Lord, ye t pow-ers Of the Lord;

Bless the Lord, 0 T Sun and Moon; * bless the Lord, ye t stirs of Heav-en; Bless the Lora, ev-'ry r rain and dew; * bless the Lord, ~ all ye winds of God;

, Bless the ~ord, fire and heat of }/burn-ing; * bless the Lord, win-ter ~ col~

and sum-mer heat; - .

Bless the Lord, 0 falls of r dew and snow; * bless the ~ Lord, 0 ice and cold; Bless the Lord, 0 hoar frosts r and snows; * bless the t Lord, 0 nights and

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days;

Bless the Lord, 0 Light and r dark-ness; * bless the Lord, 0 ~ light-nings and clouds;

Let the Earth T bless the Lord; * let it praise the Lord and supremely exalt Him fin- ~ to the a -ges.

Bless the Lotd, 0 moun-tains T and hills; * bless the Lord, all ye things that

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~ spring up on the Earth; . . "

Bless the Lord, 0 T foun-tains; ;I< bless the Lord, 0 ~ seas and riv-ers;

Bless the Lord, 0 monsters of the seas, and all ye things .that move in the i wat-ers; * bless the Lord, all ye wing-ed ~ crea-tures Of the sky;

Bless the Lord, 0 beasts and i cat-tie; * bless the J Lord, ye sons of men;

Let is-ra-el T bless the Lord; * let it praise the' Lord and supremely exalt Him fin- J to the a -ges.

Bless the Lord, ye Priests T of the Lord; * bless the Lord, ye ~ ser-vants of the Lord;

Bless the Lord, ye spirits and ye souls of the T righ-teous: * bless the Lord, ye Saints and ye that be ~ hum-ble Of heart;

Bless the Lord, 0 Ananias, Azar-I-as, and T M·is-a-el; * 0 praise ye the Lord and supremely exalt Him iin- t to the a-ges.

Let us bless the Father and the Son with the .. i Ho-ly Ghost; * let us praise the Lord and supremely exalt Him fin- t to the a-ges.

Bless-ed art Thou, 0 Lord, in the firmament Of the i Heav-en; * Thou Who art Prais-ed and Glorifi-ed and supremely Exalted fin- ~ to the a-ges.

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All repeat: I bless Thee, 0 Fath-er of My Lord Je-sus Christ; for
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; • ; by Thy Son the fi-re is quench-ed round a-bout Thine hand-maid.

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begins chanting the 5th Antiphon: Re- joice with me.

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And be ex-ceed-ing glad; be-cause a-mong all

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these have Ita-ken a-throne of glor-y; ...

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Psalms 148,149, and 150:

The 1st "Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 4th Psalm, 'I" using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Praise the Lord from the 1 Heav-ens; *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse; praise Him ~ in the High-est.

And then, only ,the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse 1,1

(omitting the intonation notes), tl;e two sides .alternating the verses thereafter:

Praise Him, all ye His 1 Ang-els; */praise ~ Him, all ye His hdsts., Praise Him, 01 Sun and Moon;''''' praise Him, 1 all ye stars and light.

Praise Him, ye Heav-ens of T heav-ens; * and thou water that art above the heavens, let them praise the 1 Name of the Lord.

For He spake, and they 1 came to be; * He commanded, and they 1 were cre-a-ted. He established them for ever, yea, for ev-er and i ev-er; * He hath set an

ordinance,_and it 1 shall not pass a-way. .

Praise the Lord 1 from the Earth, * ye dragons.jand all .l. ye ab-Yss-es. Fire, hail, snow, ice, blast of T !emp-est, * 1 which per-form His word, The moiin-tains and i all the hills, * fruitful trees, ~ and all ce-dar§,

The beasts an~ all the i cat-tie, * creep-ing .l. things and wing-ed birds, "-

Kings of the Earth and all i peo-ples, * princes and all the .1. judg-es of the Earth, Young men and vir-gins, t elders with, the younger, let them praise the Name

of 1 the Lord; '" for Exalted is the J. Name of Him A-lone.

His praise is above the Earth and 1 Heav-jn, * and He shall exalt the Mro.1. of His pe6-ple. This is the hymn for 1 ~II His Saints, '" for the sons of Isra-el and for the

people that J. draw. nigh un-to Him. _ A

Sing un-to the Lord a T gew song; * His pralse Is in .1. the Church Of the Saints, _Let Jsra-el be glad in Him That l' made hi m; * let the sons of Syon re- ~ joice

in Their King. _ ,

Let them pralse His Name 1 in the dance; * with. the timbrel and the psaltery let t them chant un-to Hi m.

For the Lord taketh pleasure in His i peo-ple, * and He shall exalt the meek .1. with sal-va-tion.

The Saints shall boast in l' glor-y, * and they shall-re- .1. joice up-on their beds. 'I'he high praise of God shall be 1 in their throat, * and two-edged swords

1 shall be in their hands;

To do vengeance a-mong the 1 heath-en, '" punishments a- .1. mong the peo-ples; To bind their kings with T fet-ters, * and their gobles with man-a- 1 cles of i-ron; To A do among them the judgment that is 1 writ-ten: '" "This glory shall 1 be to

all His Saints."

Praise ye God l' in His ~aints; * praise Him in the firm-a-ment 1 of His pow-er. Praise Him for His l' migh-ty acts; * praise Him according to the multitude 1 Of

His great-ness.

Praise Him with th~ sound of T trum-pet; * praise Him with the 1 psal-ter-y and harp. Praise Him with tim-brei T and dance; * praise J. Him with strings and flute. Praise Him with tuneful cym-bals, t praise Him with cymbals of

jfi-bil- i a-tiOn; '" let ev- 1 'ry breath praise the Lord.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and 1 to the II- Son, * and 1 to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and unto the ages of .l. a-ges. A-men.

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All repeat: Re- joice with me, and be ex-ceed-ing glad; be-cause a-mong all

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The Chapter .

The Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Ecclus . 51: 15).-

I will, praise Thy Name continually, t and will sing praise I • '. = II ~

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with thanksgiving; '* and so my, prayer was heard. All respond:

~. Thanks be to God.

The Responsory

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God shall help her with His Count-en-ance.

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All respond:

God shall help her with His Count-en-ance.

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alone chants:

y. God is in the midst of her, she shall not be sha-ken.

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With His Count-en-ance.

The Hebdomadary alone chants:

All respond:

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God shall help her with His Count-en-ance.
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The 1st Cantor alone chants the intonation: 1. Je- sus, the Vir-gins' Crown, do Thou

The 1st Cantor's side only completes line 1: Ac- cept us as in prayer we bow; I.~ The 2nd Cantor's side only chants line 2:

2. A - mong the iii - ies Thou dost feed,

~ .By vir- gin quires ac - com-pan - led, 2.~ The 1st Cantor's side only chants line 3:

3. They, where-so-e'er-Thy foot-steps bend,

~ \Vith hymns and prais-es still at - tend; 3. ~ The 2nd Cantor's side only chants line 4:

, 4. We pray 'Thee there-fore to be - stow

/' ~ Up - on our sen - ses here be - low 4.~

All chant line 5: 5. All laud to

be,

~ All praise, E-

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/, I ter- nal Son, to Thee; 5.--7 ~

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God the Fath--er

1. Born of that Vir- gin, whom a - lo~e

~ The Moth - er and the Maid we own. 1. 2. In glor- y deck'd Thy Love pro-vides

~ With bri - dal gifts Thy spot- less brides. 2. 3. In bless-sed troops they fol -low Thee,

~ With dance, and song, and mel - 0 - dy. 3. 4. Thy grace, that so we may en - dure

~ From taint of all cor- rup - tion pure. 4.

5. All glor - y,' asr'is

ev - er meet,

~ To

God

the Ho-

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II

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Then All chant the "Amen" as follows:

A - men.

"'/I. Grace hath been poured forth on thy lips . .y. Wherefore God hath bless'd thee for ever.

The Antiphon on the Benedictus and the Benedictus

Then is sung the Antiphon on the Benedictus , which is ~I~~~~~~~~'~~'~I~!;~'~I§I i always begun by the Abbot (or Senior in Quire) alone:

Lo, That Which I de-si-r-ed.

All continue

the Antiphon as follows:

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I now be- hold; That for Which

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I had ho-ped, now I pos-sess; un-to Him am I

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Earth with com-plete de-vo-tion have I lov-ed.

u-ni-ted in Heav-en, Whom on

L 461 I Jan. 21 J Feb. 3 - Morning Solemnity (Lauds) of St Agnes of Old Rome, V.M.I L 461 The Benedictus (Luke 1: 68 - 79):

After the Antiphon on the Benedictus , the Benedictus itself is begun

by the 1st Cantor alone b.:I"'" ~.. ,..:1

as follows: It Bless-ed be the Lord God of is-ra-el; *.

Only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire responds with the 2nd half of the lst verse

6 -

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of the Benedictus: for He hath vIs-it-ed. and wrought re-demp-tionlor His peo-ple,

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Only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the 2nd verse of the Benedictus , using this T o,.ne, including the intonation notes:

, And hath rais-ed up a horn 'of 1. sal-va-tion for us * 1. in the House of His

t ser-vant Da-vid; /

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (including the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

As He spake by the 1. mouth of His ho-Iy ones, *Athe t Proph-ets of old, )' That we should be sa- 1. ved from our en-em-ies, :I< 1. and from the hands of '

1 all that hate us; I

To deal mer-ci-ful- 1. Iv with our fath-ers, * 1. and to re-mem-ber His t Ho-liv

, A ~ / J

Cov-en-ant.

The oath which He sware to 1. our fath-er A-bra-ham::I: 1. that He 1 would

grant un-to us, A

That we be de-Iiv-er-ed out of the 1. hand of our en-em-ies, :I< 1. that we might

serve 1 Him, with-out fear, A A

In ho-li-ness and righ-1. teous-ness be-fore Him, :I: 1. all the 1 days q_f our life. And thou, 0 child, shalt be call-ed the Proph- 1. et of the Most High; :I< 1. for

thou shalt go before the Face of the Lord 1 to pre-pare His ways; _

TOA give know-ledge of salvation 1. fin-to His peo-ple, * 1. by the re- t mis-sion

of their sins, • ,:w ..

Through the bqw-els 1. of mer-cy of Our God; * 1. where-by the Day-spring from on High hath 1 vis-it-ed us,

To give Ligl!t to them that sit in darkness, and in 1. the shad-ow of death, :I<

1. to guide our feet in- 1 to the Way of Peace. ' I

Glor-y be to the 1. Fath-er, and to the It Son, * and 1 to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As,it was in the beginning, 1. both now and ev-er, :I< 1. and un-to the a-ges of 1 a-ges. A-men.

Then :I • •

All repeat: Lo, That Which I
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I had ho-ped, now I pos-sess; un-to Him am I

rill • 111

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u-ni-ted in Heav-en, Whom on

Earth with com-plete de-vo-tion have I lov-ed.

The Collect

May the intercession of Thy holy martyr Agnes, we beseech Thee, 0 Lord, make us steadfast, that on her sacred birthday we may be both temporally assembled and eternally attended to. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages.

~. Amen. .

A Commemoration is today to be added of the Holy Theotokos , as given in the Appendix, pp. L 685 - L 686.

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PRIME The Psalms

The 1 sf Cantor alone begins chanting this Antiphon:

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I

When Ag-nes had en-ter-ed.

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All respond: The place of shame-ful-ness, she found the ang-el of

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the Lord read-y be-fore-hand.

,... N.B. ·Whim this Feast is kept- on a Sunday only, Prime continues as here given,

but on a Monday it continues lJith the Psalms as given on pp. L 465 - L 467, but on a Tuesday it continues with the Psalms as given on pp. L 468 - L 470, and on a Wednesday with the Psalms as given on pp. L470 - L 472, and on a Thursday with " the Psalms as given on pp. L 472 - L 473, and on a Friday with the Psalms as given "

on pp . L 474 - L 476, and on a Saturday with the Psalms as gzven 0,/

pp. L 477 - L 478.

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0 Psalm 118, vv. 1 - 8:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the Lst portion of the lst Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Bless-ed are the T blame-less in the way, * .

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:, A who walk in the i law of the Lord.

And then, only:the 2nd Cantor's side Q.[ the Quire chants the entire next vetse

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter: ~

Bless-ed are they that search out His T tes-ti-mo-nies; '" with their whole heart

T shan they seek af'-ter Him. I

For they that i work in-i-quit-y * have not T walk-ed in His ways.

Thou hast 00- i joined Thy com-mand-ments" that we should keep them T most dil-i-gent-lY. Would that my i ways were di-rec-ted * to T keep Thy sta-tutes.

Then shall I T not be a-sha-med * when I look o~ i all Thy com-mand-ments.

I will confess Thee with up- T right-ness Of heart'" when I have learned the

judgments i of Thy righ-teous-ness.

I will T keep Thy sta-tutes; * do not utter- T Iy tor-sake me.

Glory be to the i Fath-er, and to the II Son, '" and i to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both i now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of i a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 118, vv. 9 - 16:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the Znd portion of the lst Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Wherewithal shall a i young man cor-rect his way?*

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q.[ the Quire completes the verse:

By r keep-ing Thy words.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Q.[ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

With my whole heart T have I sought af-ter Thee; '" cast me not away from i Thy com-mand-ments.

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In my heart have I T hid Thy say-Ings * that I might not T sin a-gainst TheiL T Bless-ed art Thou, P Lord; * i teach me Thy sta-tu.les.

With my T lips have I de-clar'd '" all the T jildg-ments Of Thy Mouth. I

In the way of Thy testimonies i have I found de-light * as much i as in aU rich-es, On Thy commandments i will Lpon-der, '" and I will i un-der-stand Thy ways. On Thy statutes Twill I med-i-tate; '" I 'Yill i not for-get Thy'twqrds.

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the It Son,- * and i to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As I it was in the beginning, both l' now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of i a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 118, vv. 17 - 24:

"'" The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd portion of the

lst Psalm, using the same Tone, induding the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Give re-ward unto Thy i ser-vant, quick-en me; *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse:

and T I will keep Thy words. 'I

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse "

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter: 1

T 0 un-veil mine eyes, * and I span perceive wondrous i things out of Thy law. I am a so- T joiir-ner on the Earth; * hide not from i me Tl]y com-mand-ments. My i soiil hath long-ed '" to desire Thy i jiidg-ments at all ti meso

Thou hast re- i bil-ked the proud; * cur-sed are they that decline i from Thy com-mand-ments.

Remove from i me re-proach and con-tempt, * for after Thy testi- T mo-nies

have I sought. , .

For princes sat and they i spake a-gainst me, * but Thy servant pondered i on

Thy sta-tutes. .

For Thy testimonies are my r med-i-ta-tion, '" and Thy statutes T are my coun-sel-lors. • r'

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the It Son, * and l' to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both T now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of T a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 118, vv. 25 - 32:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 4th portion of the 1 st Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the fir sf set

of brackets therein): .

My soul hath T cleav-ed un-to the Earth; *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse: , A

quicken me ac- i cor-ding to Thy Word.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating tl>e verses thereafter:

My ways have I declared, and i Thou hast ' heard me; * T teach me Thy sta-tutes.

Make me to understand the i way of Thy sta-tutes, * and I will ponder l' on Thy won-drous works.

My soul hath slumbered T from des-pon-den-cy; * strengthen T me with Thy words.

Remove from me the i way of un-righ-teous-ness, * and with Thy law have T mer-cy on me.

I have i cho-sen the way of Truth, * and Thy judgments have I i not

for-got-ten. ,

I have cleaved to Thy tes-ti- i mo-nies, 0 Lord; * l' put me not to shame.

The way of Thy eom- i mand-ments have I run; * when T thou didst en-large my heart.

Glory be to the i Fath-er, and to the It Son, * and i to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both i now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of T a-ges. A-men.

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Tone 7 I (. • .) ..• (. 8 • ') I" • i 0 • • 0 I I • • • • •• • • I I D. • 0 ; " ~

The Canticle Quicumque vult-The Creed of St. Aihanasios the Great, Pope of Alexandria:

Then the 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the Creed Canticle, using this same Tone; including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Who-so-ev-er T would be sa-ved, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse:

before all things it will be ~ecessary that i he

hold Cath-'Iic Fat tho . .. ~ •

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses there, after:

Which Faith except ev'ry one do keep whole and T un-de-fil-ed, * without

doubt he shall perish i ev-~r-Ias-ting-IY. ,

.... And Cath'lic Faith is this: t "That we worship One l' God in Trin-it-y, '" and

Trinit- i y in U-nit-y;' _

"Neither con- i foun-diii'g the Per-sons, '" nor div- i i-ding the Sub-stance.

"For there is One Person of the Father, An- l' oth-er of the Son, '" and Another

T Of the Ho-ly Ghost. ' , /' A "But the God .. Head of the Father, of the Son, and of the Ho-ly T Ghost is All I One; '" the Glory Equal, the Mjljes- i ty C()--E-ter-nal.

"Such as the Fath-er T is, Such i~Jhe Son, * and T Such is the Ho-ly q,host.

"The Father Uncreate, T the Son Un-cre-ate, '" and the i Ho-ly Ghost Un-cre-ate. "The F.:ather Incomprehensible, the Son In- i com-pre-hen-sib-le, '" and the

Holy Ghost i In-com-pre-hen-sib-le.

"The Father Eternal, the T Son E-ter-nal, '" and the Holy T Ghost E-ter-nal.

"As also there are not _three incomprehensibles, nor T three un-cre-a-ted, '" but

One Incomprehensible, and T One Un-cre-a-ted. , "

"So likewise the Father is Almighty, the} Son"Ai-migh-ty, *_and the Hply T Ghost A1-migh-tY. "As yet there are not T three al-migh-ties, ,;: but l' One Al-migh-ty.

"So the Father is T God, the Son is God, '" and, the i Ho-ly Ghost is God.

"As yet t~ey J...-are not three gods, * l' (-') but One God. ....

"So likewise the Father is i Lord, the Son is LOrd" '" and the i Ho-ly Ghost is Lord. ~ "As yet there T are not three lords, '" i (-') but One Lord.

"For like as we are compelled by the Christian verity to acknowledge Ev'ry Person by Him- l' self to be God and Lord, '" so are we f'orbldden tJy Cath'lic religion to say, 'There be i three gods, or three ldrds.'

"The i Fath-er is Made of nope; '" neither Created T nor Be-got-ten.

"The Son is of the l' Fath-er A-lone; '" not Made,' nor Created, i biit Be-got-ten. "The Ho-ly Ghost is T of the Fath-er; * neither Made, 'nor Created, nor

Begotten, i but Pro-ceed-ing. _

"So there is One Father, not three fath-ers; t 1'- One Son, not three sons; '" One Holy l' Ghost, not three ho-ly ghosts.

"And in This Trinity None is afore, or after oth-er; t None is Greater, or, T Less than An-oth-er; * but the Whole Three Persons are Co-Eternal together, J' and Co-E-qual.

"So that inall things, as iSA a-fore-said, t the Unit- T y in Trin-it-y, * and the

Trinity in Unity T is to be Wor-shipp'd. _ I

"He therefore that T would be sa-ved '" must thus i think of the Trin-it-y." Furthermore, it is necessary to ever- T las-ting sal-va-tion * that he also believe rightly the Incarnation of T Our Lord Je-sus Christ.

For the Orthodox Faith is this: "That we believe and con-fess t that Our Lord Jesus T Christ, the Son of God, * T (-') is God and Man;

"God, of the Substance of the Fath-ervBe- i got-ten be-fore the worlds; '" and

Man, of the substance of His l' Moth-er, Born in the world; , ~

"Perfect T GOd and Per-fect Man; * of a Reasonable Soul and Human i Flesh Sub--sis-ting; "Equal to the Father as T Touch-ing His God-head; '" and Inferior to the

Father, as i Touch-ing His Man-hood. I A

"Who, although T He be God and Man, '" yet He is i not Two, but One Christ; "One; .not by conversion of the T God-head in-to Flesh, * but by Taking of the

i Man-hood in-to God; .

"One altogether; not by con- i fu-sion of Sub-stance, * but by U-nit- t y of Per-son.

L

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"For, as the Reasonable Soul and i Flesh is One Man, ~ so God and T Man is One Christ; _ "Who suffered for our salvation, descended T in-to Ha-des, * rose again the i third day from the dead.

, "He ascended into Heaven; He sltteth on the Right Hand of the Fath-er, i God Al-migh-ty; * from whence He shall come to T judge jhe quick and t~e d~ead.

"At Whose Coming all men shall rise a-::' -i gain. with their bod-Ies, * and shall give ac- i count for their own works.

"And they that have done good shall go into l' Life Ev-er-las-tjng, * and they that have done evil into ever-J las-ting fi-re."

, This is Cath'<lic Faith, t which, except a man believe faithful- i Iy and

~ flrm-Ij , * he i can-not be sa-ved. -

Glory be to the T Fath-ej:, and to the lie Son, * and i to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both l' now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of T a-ges. A-men.

Then, I I 1\ I

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I

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All repeat: When Ag-nes had en-ter-ed Jhe place of shame-ful-ness, she found the i

II I,.. II I 'IS, I ,,~

ang-el of the Lord read-y be-fore-hand.

The Chapter

The Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Isaias 33; 2):

Now unto the King Eternal, Immortal, Invisible, t the One Only Wise I • • I = 111

God, be honour and glory * unto the ages of ages. Amen. All respond:~. Thanks be to God.

The proper f@r Terce begins on p . L 479. "-

Psalms for Prime On Monday

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Psalm 1:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 1st Psalm portion, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Bless-ed is the man that hath not walked in the counsel of the ungod-ly, t nor stood in the i way of sin-ners, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire completes the verse:

nor sat in the i seat of the pes-til-ent.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

But his will is rather in the T law of the Lord, * and in His law will he

T med-it-ate day and night. _

And he shall be like the tree which is planted by the T streams of the wat-ers, ~ which shall bring forth its i fruit in its sea-son.

i And its leaf shall not fall; * and all things whatsoever he may i do shall pros-per. Not so are the un- T god-ly, not so; * but rather they are like the chaff which the wind doth hurl away T from the face Of the Earth.

For this reason shall the ungodly not l' stand up in judg-ment, * nor sinners in

the council i of the rlgh-teotis. ,

For the Lord knoweth the i way of the righ-teous, * and the way of the un- l' god-ly shall per-ish.

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the lie Son, * and T to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As,it was in the beginning, both i now and ev-er,:;' and unto the ages of l' a-ges. A-men.

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Tone 7 • • I
0 Psalm 2:

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm portion, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Why have the i he-a-then ra-ged, ~ ...

...

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

and the peoples medit- i a-ted emp-ty things?

And then, only the 1 st Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse

..

" .. (omitting the intonation notes) , the- two sides alternating the verses thereafter: /'

The kings of the Earth were arou-sed, t and the rulers were as- T sem-bled

to-geth-er, * against the Lord, and i ag-ainst His Christ. '1/

, I

Let us break their T bonds as-un-der, .;: and let us cast a-way i their yoke from I

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A

us.

He That dwelleth in the Heavens i shall laugh them to scorn, * and the Lord shall r de-ride them.

Then shall He speak i un-to them in His wrath, * and in His anger T shall He troub-le them.

But as for Me, I was Established as King by Him, t upon Syon His T Ho-ly

Moun-tain, * Proclajjning the com- T mand-rnent Of the Lord. '.

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The i Lord said un-to Me: .;: "Thou art My Son; this day have i Ibe-got-ten

Thee."

I

Ask of Me, and I will give Thee the nations for f Thine in-her-it-ance, * and

the uttermost parts of the Earth for l' Thy pos-ses-sion.

Thou shalt herd them with a i rod of i-ron, .;: Thou shalt shatter them like a T pot-ter's ves-sels.

And now, i 0 ye kings, un-der-stand; * be instructed, all i ye that judge the Earth.

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Serve l' ye the Lord with fear, .;: and rejoice in l' Him with trem-bling.

Lay hold of instruc-tion, t lest at any time the i Lord be Ang-ry,';: and ye perish i from the righ-teous way.

When quickly His l' wrath be kin-died, * blessed are all that have T put their trust in Him.

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the + Son, * and l' to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both l' now and ev-er,:« and unto the ages of l' a-ges. A-men.

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Psalm 6:

The 1st Cantor al~ne chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm portion, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

o Lord, re-buke me T not in Thine ang-er, *

Then, only the 1 st C~ntor' s side ei. the Quire completes the verse: '" I nor i chas-te~ me in Thy wrath.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

"" Have "mercy on me, 0 T Lord, for t am weak, * heal me, 0 Lord, for T my

bones are troub-led. /'

And my soul is T troub-led great-ly: * but i Thou, 0 Lord, how long?

Turn to me a~ain, 0 Lord, de- T liv-er'my soul; * save me i for Thy mer-cy's ;1 sake.

For in death there is none that is 1'/ mind-ful of Thee; :I: and in Hades i who wi1;i

/-

con-fess Thee?

I toiled in my groan-ing; t every night T i will wash my bed; * with tears will I l' wat-er my couch.

Through wrath is mine i eye be-come troub-led; * I have grown old among T all

mine en-em-ies.

Depart from me, all ye i that work van-it-y; * for the Lord hath heard the i voice of my weep-ing .

....". , <l

The Lord hath heard my T sup-plic-a-tion; * the Lord i hath re-ceived my ~

prayer.

Let all mine enemies be greatly put to i shame and be troub-led; * let them be turned back, and speedily be i great-ly put to shame.

Glory be to the i Fath-er, and to the + Son, * and l' to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both T now and ev-er, * and. unto the ages of

i a-ges. A-men.

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All repeat: When Ag-nes had en-ter-ed the place of sl!.ame-ful-ness, she found the

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ang-el of the Lord read-y be-fore-hand.

The Chapter

The Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Isaias 33: 2):

Now unto the King Etemal, Immortal, Invisible, t the One Only Wise I ' 'I; ,,1

God, be honour and glory * unto the ages of ages. Amen. All respond:~. Thanks be to God.

The proper for Terce begins on p . L 479.

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Psalm 7:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 1st Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

o Lord My God, in Thee I have I -ptit my hope; :I< ..

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire'completes the verse:

save me from them that persecute me, and

r do Thou de-liv-er me.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the t~o sides alternating the verses thereafter.'

"" Lest at any time like a i li-on he seize my soUl,:I< when there is none to

re- i deem me, nor to save. _ ./ . ~

o Lord My God, if i I have done this, :I< if there be in- i jus-tice in my hands, If I have paid back evil to them that rendered T e-vil un-to me, :I< then let me

fall back empty T from mine en-em-ies. ' '/

_ Then let the enemy pursue my soul, tang take it; and let him tread down my ~

i life in-to the earth, :I< and my glory let him l' bring down in-to the dust.

Arise, 0 Lqrd, T in Thine ang-_er;>:1< exalt Thyself to the furthest boundarie~

i Of Thine en-em-ies. /

~ And arouse Thyself, 0 Lord My God, in the commandment l' which Thou hast

en-joined, * and a congregation of peoples i shill sur-round Thee. A

And for their sakes re- i turn Thou on High; :I< the Lord shall i judge the peo-ples. Judge me, O,Lord, according T to my righ-teous-ness, * and according to mine

in-no- T cence with-in me. .

Let the wickedness of sinners be ended, and, do Thou T guide the righ-teous

man, :I< 0 God, Thgt search est T out the hearts andreins. ,

Righteous i is my help from God, :I< Who saveth them i who are up-right of heart. God is a.Ju~~e That is Righteous, T Strong and For-bear-Jug * and lnf'licteth

i not wrath ev-'ry day. . ~

Unless ye be converted, His glittering i sword shall He fur-bish; * He hath bent

His bow, and hath i made it rea-dj', _

And on it He hath made ready the T in-stru-ments of death;':1< His arrows for

them that rage hotly i hath He per-fec-ted. ,

Behold, he was jn travail i with un-rlgh-teous-nessi > he hath conceived toil and i brought forth in:-i-quit-y. ~

He opened a i pit and dug it; :I< and he shall fall into the T hole which he hath made. [Ils toil shall return up- T on his own head, :I< and upon his own pate shall his

un- i righ-teous-ness come down. ,

I will give praise unto the Lord according i to His righ-teous-ness; * and I will chant unto the i Name of the Lord Most High.

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the It Son, :I< and j.. to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both T now and ev-er,:I< and unto the ages of

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Psalm 8: .

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

o Lord, Our i Lord, how Won-der-fUl :I<

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse;:

is i Thy Name in all the Earth.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the t",;,o sides alternating the verses thereafter:

For Thy magnifi- i cence is lif-ted :I< high a- T bove the Heav-ens.

Out of the mouths; of babes and sucklings hast Thou perfected praise, be- i cause of Thine en-em-ies, :I< to destroy the enemy i ansi av-en-ger.

For J will behold the Hea!ens, the i works of Thy Fing-ers, :I< the moon and the stars, T which Thou hast found-ed.

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_ What js man, that Thou art i Mind-ful of him,* or the son of man, that Thou T vis-it-est him?

Thou hast made ~him a little lower than the ang-els; t with glory and honour T hast Thou crown-ed hi m; * and Thou hast set him over the i works of Thy Hands.

All things hast Tljou subjected under his feet, t sheep i and all ox-en, * yea,

and the i beasts of the field, _ : "'.

The birds of the air, and the I fish of tlle·sea, :1$ the things that pass through the

T paths of the sea.

I 0 Lord, Our Lord, * how Wonderful is Thy i Name in all the Earth! Glory be to the I Fath-er, and t9 the lie Son, * and i to the Ho-ly Ghost.

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Psalm 9 vv. 1 - 18:

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half o] the lst verse of the lst portion of the ( 3rd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein): )1

I will confess Thee, 0 i Lord, with my whole heart; * I

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: fjae Quire completes the verse: /'

,-I will tell of r all Thy won-ders.

And then, only the 1 st Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter: ~

I will be glad and re- i joice in Thee; * I will chant unto i Thy Name, 0 Most High. When mine enem- I y be turn-ed back, * they shall grow weak and shall r per-ish be-fore Thy Face.

For Thou hast maintained my i judg-ment and my cause; * Thou hast sat upon

a Throne, 0 Thou That i judg-est righ-teous-ness. A

Thou hast rebuked the heathen, and the ungodly T man hath per-Ish'd * his name Thou hast blotted out for ever, and unto i a-ge~ of a-ges.

The swords ()f the enemy have I ut-ter-ly fail-ed, * and his cities I Thou hast

des-troy-ed. _ ~

The remembrance of him hath perished i with a re-sound-ing noise; * but the

Lord for T ev-er ab-i-deth. , ' I

In judgment hath He prepared His Throne, t and He "Himself will judge the i world in righ-teous-ness; * He will judge the peoples T in up-right-ness.

And the Lord is Become a Refuge i for the poor man, * a Helper in times of

well-being and i in af-f'llc-tldns. .

And let them that T know Thy Name hope in Thee; * for Thou hast not forsaken i them that seek Thee, 0 Lord.

Chant unto the Lord Who i dwell-eth in Sy-on; * proclaim ye His way a- T mong the nations.

For He That maketh enquiry for T blood hath re-mem-ber'd them; * He hath

not forgotten the i cry of the Pl!u-pers. ."

Have mercy J on me, 0 Lord; * see my humiliation which I have suffered T from mine en-em-ies,

o Thou That dost raise me up T from the gates of death; * that I may declare all Thy praises in the gates of the T daugh-ter of Sy-on.

We will rejoice in T Thy sal-va-tion; * the heathen are ensnared in the

de- T strirc-tiqn which th~y have wrought.

In i this snare which they hid * T hath their foot been caught.

The Lord is Known by _the judgments which He T ex-ec-u-teth; * in the works of His Own Hands hath the T sin-ner been caught.

Let sinners be turned away i un-to Ha-des, * yea, all the nations that are for- i get-f'ul of God.

For the poor man shall not be for- i got-ten to the end; * the patience of the paupers shall not i per-ish for ev-er ..

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the lie Son, * and i to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both i now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of i a-ges. A-men.

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The Chapter

The Hebdomadarv alone chants the following Chapter (Isaias 33: 2):

Now unto the King Eternal, Immortal, Invisible!,.. t the One Only Wise ~ts~~I~~II~I~~§g11 ~

God, be honour and gIory *- unto the ages of ages. Amen. All respond:~. Thanks be to God.

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Psalms for Prime On Wednesday

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Psalm 9: vv. 19 - 38:, I

The 1st Cantor ~ chants the first half of the first verse of the Znd portion of the )1 lst Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonatjon notes (within the first set of brackets therein): I

Arise, 0 Lord, i let not man pre-vatl; *- /'

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q[:t-he Quire completes the verse:

let the nations be i judg-ed be-fore Thee.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Qj_ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

o Lord, set a T law-giv-er o-ver them; * let the heathen T know that they are but men. Why, 0 Lord, hast Thou. gone to i stand a-far Off; * whv dost Thou overlook

us in times of well-being and i in af-f'llc-tidns? ~ ; ~

When the ungodly man is arrogant, the poor man i burn-eth with-in; * they are

caught in the i coun-sels which they de-vise. - ,

For the sinner praiseth himself ill the i lusts of his soul; * and the unrighteous

man likewise i bless, eth him-self there-in. '

The sinner t hath pro-vok'd the Lord; * according to the magnitude of His

i wrath, he car-eth not. ~

God is T not be-fore him * profane are his ways in i ev-'ry sea-son.

_ Thy judgments are re- T mov-ed from his sight; *, over all his enemies shall he

i gain do-min-ion. _ ,

For he i said in his heart: *- "I shall not be shaken; from generation to

generation shall i I be with-out harm." _ ~

With cursing is his mouth filled, and with i bit-ter-ness and de-ceit; *- under

his tongue T are toil and trav-ail. ,

He sitteth in ambush with the rich in i se-cret pIa-as,;;' that he may i slay the in-no--cent.

_ His eyes are set up- T on the poor man; *- he Ileth in wait in a secret place like a

T Ii -on in his den.

He lleth in watt tq seize up- T on the poor man, *- to seize upon the poor man

when he T draw-eth him in. , .>

In his snare will he i hum-ble him-self; *- he will bow down and fall while gaining dominion i o-ver the poor.

For he said in his heart: i "God hath tor-got-ten; * He hath turned away His

Face, that He might T not see un-to the end." , ~

Arise, 0 Lord My God, let Thy T Hand be Lift-ed high; *- forget not Thy i pau-pers to the end.

Why hath the ungodly T one pro-vo-ked God? *- For he hath said in his heart:

"He T will not make en-quir-Y.

Tho_u seest, for Thou understandest T trav-ail and ang-er, * that Thou mightest deliver i hi m in-to Thy Hands.

To Thee hath the beggar i been ab-an-don'd *- for the orphan art i Thou a Help-er. Break Thou the arm of the sinner and T of the e-vil man; * his sin shall be sought T out and be found no more.

The Lord shall, be King for ever, and unto the T a-ges of a-ges; * ye heathen shall perish T out of His land.

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The desire of the poor l' hast Thou heard, 0 Lord; :I< to the preparation of their heart hath Thine l' Ear been At-ten-tive,

To judge for the orphan l' and the hum-ble, * that man may no more presume to be T haiigh-ty up-on the Earth.

Glory be to the l' Fath-er, and to the + Son, .;. and l' to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As)t was in the beginning, both T now and ev-er,:I< and,unto the ages of

l' a-ges. A-men. . -

Psalm 10:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notestwithin the first set of brackets thereini:,

"'" In the' Lord have 1 ho-:pe~; t -how will ye T say to my soUl: :I<

Then, only the 1st Cantors..J.!:!k.-Qj_ the Qutre completes the verse:_

"Flee unto the mountains l' like a spar-row?

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides qlternaiing the verses thereafter: /'

.For behold, the sinners have bent their _bow, t they, have prepared arrows i for I the quiv-er, * to shoot down in a moonless i night the up-right of heart.

For what Thou hast formed l' they 'have de-stroy-ed; :I< and the righteous l' man',

what hath he done? / - ,

The Lord is in His T Ho-ly Tem-ple; :I< the Lord, in T Heav-en is His Throne.

His Eyes are set up- T on the poor man; :I< His Eyelids ex- i am-ine the sons of men. The Lord examineth the righteous man i and the un-god-ly; .;. but he that loveth

unrighteousness T ha-teth his own soul. ,

He will rain down i snares up-on sin-nersr " fire and brimstone and wind of

tempest shall be the i por-tion of their cup. ,

For the Lord is Righteous i and hath loved righ-teous-ness; :I< upon uprightness hath His r Coun-ten-ance look'd.

Glory be to ttw i Fath-er, and to the + Son, .;. and i to the Ho-Iy Ghost.

As, it '!a's in the beginning, both l' now and ev-er ,':1< and unto the ages of i a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 11: I

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes {within the first ~et of brackets therein}:

Save me, 0 Lord, for a righteous T man there is no more; * Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse;

for truths have diminish-ed i from the sOns of men.

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Vain things hath each man spoken i t9 his neigh-bour; :I< deceitful lips are in his heart, and in his heart hath he T spo-ken ~-vils. ~

Let the Lord des- T troy all de-eeit-ful Ii ps, :I< and the tongue T that speak-eth

boast-ful words. ,_

Which have said: "Our tongue will we mag-ni-fy; tour T Jips are our own; *

T who is lord o-ver us? .

_"Because o( the distress of the beggars and the l' groan-ing Of the poor, * now

will i 1 a-rise," saith the Lord. A

"I will establish i them in sal-va-tion; :I< 1 will be i Man-if-est there-in."

The words of the T Lord are yure words, * silver that is fired, tried in the earth, brought to i sev-en-fold pu-rit-y.

Thou, 0 Lord, shalt keep us i and shalt pre-serve us,:I< from this generation, T and for ev-er-more.

The un- i god-Iy walk round ab-out; * to the measure of Thy Loftiness hast Thou es- i teem-ed the sons of men.

Glory be to the i Fath-er, and to the + Son, .;. and i to the Ho-Iy Ghost.

As, it ,!as in the beginning, both i now and ev-er,:I< and unto the ages of T a-ges. A-men.

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The Chapter

The Hebdomadary alone chanisthef ollowing Chapter (Isaias 33: 1J-

Now unto the King Eternal, Immortal, Invisible, + the One Only Wise I • II. ~ 111

God, be honour and glory * unto the ages of ages. Amen. All respond: W. Thanks be to God.

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Ps~Jnis for Prime On Thursday

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Psalm 12:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the fir/Sf half of the first verse of the 1st Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

How long, 0 Lord, wilt Thou utter- T Iy for-get me? *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q/_ the Quire completes the verse:

How long wilt Thou turn l' Thy Face a-way

from me?

And then. oni y the 2nd Cantor's side Q/_ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

How long shall 1 take i coun-sel in my soul, * with grievings in my i heart by

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How long shall mine enemy be ex- i al-ted o-ver me? * Look upon me, i hear

me, 0 Lord My God. _ •

Enlighten mine eyes, lest a! any i time 1 Asleep un-to death; * lest at any time

mine enemy say: "I have pre- i vail-ed a-gainst him." I

They that afflict me will rejoice T if 1 am sha-ken; * but as for me, 1 have T hoped in Thy mer-cj',

My heart will rejoice in Thy sal-va-tion; t 1 will sing unto the Lord, Who is My l' Ben-ef-ac-tor; * and I will chant unto the i Name of the Lord Most High.

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the It Son, * and l' to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both l' now and .ev-er, * and unto the ages of T a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 13:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first-verse of the 2nd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

The fool i hath said in his heart: *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q/_ the Quire completes the verse: r ( ') "There is no God."

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Q/_ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the, verses thereafter:

They are become corrupt and l' loath-some in their ways; * there is none that i de-eth good, no not one.

The Lord looked down from Heaven up- T on the sons of men, * to see if there be any that under- T stand or seek af-ter God.

They are all gone astray, they are altogether l' ren-der-ed use-less; * there is none that l' de-eth good, no not one.

, (Their throat is an open sep-ul-chre; t with jhelr tongues have they i spo-ken

de-ceit-ful-ly; * the poison of asps is i fin-der their lip~; . A

With fursing is his mouth filled, and with T bit-ter-ness and de-ceil; * their feet are T swift to shed blood.

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Destruction and misery are in their ways; t and the way of i peace have they not known; '" there is no fear of i God be-fore their eyes.)

Shall not all they that work iniquity come to T un-der-stand-Ing? '" They that eat up my people as they eat bread have T not call'd up-on the Lord.

There T have they fear'd with fear, * T where there is no fear.

For the Lord is i~ the generatlon.Tbf the righ-teous; '" the counsel of the poor man have ye shamed, T biit the Lord is His Hope ..

Who shall give out of Syon the salvation of Is-ra-e)? t When the Lord bath turned back the captivity i Of His peo-ple, '" Jacob shall rejoice and i Is-ra-el shall be

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, Glory'be to the T Fath-er, and" to the + Son, '" and T to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As I it was in the beginning, both i now and ev-er, '" and unto the ages of T a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 14 ji

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using the

same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein): I

o Lord, who shall abide in ThY/I Tab-er-nac-Ie, '"

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

and who shall dwell in Thy T Ho-ly

Moun-tain?

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

He that i walk-eth blame-less, '" and r work-eth righ-teous-ness:

T Speak-ing Truth in his heart, * who hath' not spoken de- i ceit-ful-ly with his tongue.

Neither nath- done evil i to his a- T galnst those near him.

In his sight he that worketh i e-vil is set at nought; '* but he glorifieth i them

that fear the Lord. I

He giveth oath to his neighbour, and f'or-swear-eth _not; t he hath not lent his

i mon-ey on u-su-ry, * and hath not received bribes a- i gainst the in-no-cent.

He that T de-eth these things * shall T nev-er be sha-ken.

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the + Son, * and i to the Ho-Iy Ghost.

As)t was in the beginning, both i now and .cv-er, '" and unto the ages of i a-ges. A-men.

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The Chapter

The Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Isaias 33: 2):

Now unto the King Eternal, Immortal, Invisible, t the One Only Wise I • 1.:1 II ~ God, be honour and glory * unto the ages of ages. Amen. All respond:~. Thanks be to God.

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Psalms for Prime On Friday

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The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the lst Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Keep me, 0 Lord, for in Thee have i hoped; t I said unto the-T Lord: "Thou art My Lord; *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

for of my T goods, no need hast Thou."

And then, only the 2nd Cantor~s side ei: the Quire chants the entir~ next verse ... (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

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In the Saints that are in His Earth hath the i Lord been won-drous; * He hath

wrought i all His de-sires in them., I

Their infirmit- l' ies in-crea-sed; * there-up- l' on they ha-sten-ed. jl

I will not assemble their as- i sem-bhes Of blood, * nor will I make I

remembrance of 1'. their names through my'lips. I,

The Lord is the Portion of mine inherit- T ance and Of my cup; * Thou art He That restorest mine in- i her-It-ance un-to me,

Portions have fallen to me that T are a-mong the best; * for mine inheritance is most T ex-cel-lent to me.

I will bless the Lord Who hath given me l' un-der-stand-jug; * moreover, even

till night have T my reins in-struc-ted me. -

I beheld the Lord l' ev-er be-fore me; * -for He is at my right hand, that I T might not be sha-ken.

Therefore diYmy heart re- l' joice and my tongue was glad; * moreover, my l' flesh shall dwell in hope.

For Thou wilt not abandon my i soul in Ha-des, * nor wilt Thou suffer Thy

Holy One to l' see cor-rup-tion. I

Thou hast made known to me the ways Of life, t Thou wilt fill me with gladness T with Thy Coun-ten-ance; * delights are in Thy i Right Hand for ev-er.

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the It Son, * and T to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both T now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of T a-ges. A-men.

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Psalm 16:

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first, .. verse of the 2nd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Heark-en, 0 Lord, T on-to my righ-teous-ness; :I<

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side eL the Quire completes the verse: attend unto l' my sup-plic-a-tion.

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes) I the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Give T ear un-to my prayer, * which cometh T not from de-celt-ful Ilps.

From before Thy Face let my T jiidg-ment come forth; * let mine eye be- i hold up-right-ness.

Thou hast proved my heart, Thou hast visited it in the night; t Thou hast l' tried me by ri-re; * and unrighteous:" T ness was not found in me.

That my mouth might not T speak of the works of men; * for the sake of the words of Thy lips have I T kept the ways that are hard.

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Set my i foot-steps in Thy paths, * that my steps i may not be sha-ken.

I have cried for Thou hast hearkened i un-to me, 0 Gad; :Ie incline Thine Ear

unto me, and i heark-en un-to my words. .

Let Thy mercies i be made won-der-ful, * 0 Thou That savest i them that hope in Thee.

From them ~ that have resisted Thy i RIght Hand, keep me, 4.0 .. Lard, *' as the

i ap-ple Of Thine Eye. _ "

In the_shelter of Thy i Wings wilt Thou shel-ter me:le from the face of the ungodly i which have op-press-ed me.

Mine enemies have surrounded my soul, +, they have enclosed them- T selves "'" with their own fat; :Ie their i mouth hathspo-ken pride.

They that cast me out have T now en-cir-cled me; * they have set their eyes to i look as-kance on the Earth. ./

They have taken me as ytigJtt a lion i read-y for his prey, :Ie and as might a I

lion's whelp that i dwel-leth in hi-ding., jI

Arise, 0 Lord, overtake them and trip their heels; t deliver my i soul from I

un-god-ly men, :Ie Thy sword from the i ~n";;em-ies of Thy Hand. , /'

... o Lord, from Thy few do Thou separate them i t:_rom the Earth in their

Ii fe * yea, with Thy hidden_ treasures hath their T b~I-ly been fill-ed.

They have satis- T fied them-selves with swine, :Ie and have left the i rem-nants t6 their babes.

But as for me, in righteousness shall I ap- T pear be-fore Thy Face; * I shall be

filled when Thy Glory is made i man-if-est to mil. .

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and t6 the It Son, :Ie and i to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both i now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of i a-ges. A-men.

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Psalm 17: vv. 1 - 24

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 1st portion of the 3rd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes iwithin the first set of brackets

therein}: 0

I will love Thee, 0 Lord, My Strength; t the Lord is My Foundation, i and My Re-fuge, *'

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:. i and My De-liv-er-er.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating th_,e verses thereafter:

My i God is My Help-er; '" and i I will hope in Him,

My Defender, and the Horn of i my sal-va-tion- :Ie t and My Help-er.

Wjth praise will I call up- T on the Name Of'" the Lord, * and from mine enem- i ies shall I be saved.

The pangs of i death sur-round-ed me,:Ie and the torrents of iniquit- T y sore-Iv trou-bled me.

"The pangs of T Ha-des en-dr-c1ed me; * round about the snares of death i have o-ver-ta-ken me.

And in mine affliction I i call-ed up-on the Lord, * and i un-to My God I

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He heard my voice out of His i Ho-ly Tern-pie; :Ie and my cry before Him shall T en-ter in-to His Ears.

And the Earth shook and was made to trem-ble; t and the foundations of the mountains were troubled T and were sha-ken, :Ie because God was i Ang-ry with them.

There went up smoke in His wrath, t and fire from His Counten- i ance set all a-flame; :Ie coals were i kin-died there-from.

And He bowed the T Heav-ens and came down, * and thick darkness was r un-der His Feet.

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And He mounted upon i Cher-u-bim and flew; * He flew upon the i wings of the winds.

~ And He made darkness His hl-dlng place, t His Tabernacle i round a-bout

Him; * dark water in the i clouds of the air.

From the far-sh!nil!g radiance l' that was be-fore Hi m \, there passed by

i clouds, hail and coals of fire. . #. _ ! #

And the Lord thundered T out of Heav-en, * and the T Most High gave forth His Voice.

And He sent forth His T ar-rows, and scat-ter'd them,:« and lightnings He multiplied, and T .. trou-bled them sore.-lY.

... And the well-springs of the T wa-ters were seen, * and the foundations T Of the

world were re-veal'd, /'

T At Thy re-buke, 0 Lord * at the on-breathing of the i spir-it Of Thy wrath. He sent from on T High, and He took 'me; * He received me out of T man-y

wa-ters. ~I

He will deliver me from mine enemies which are migh-ty, t and i from them

that hate me; * for they are T strong-er jhan, i. , I

They overtook me in the day of T mine af-flic-tion * and the Lord be- T came my firm sup-port.

And He led me forth i in-to a spa-cious place; * He will deliver me, be- i cause He de-si-red me.

And the Lord will recompense me according i to my righ-teous-ness; * and

according to the purity of my hands will T He re-com-pense me. .

For I have T kept the ways Of the Lord, *·and I have not acted impi- i ous-ly toward My God.

For all His j~.dgments i are be-fore me, * and His statutes de- T part-ed not

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And I shall be i blame-less with Him, * and I shall keep myself T from mine in-i-quit-Y.

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And the Lord will reward me according, T to my righ-teous-ness. " and

according to the purity of my i hands be-fore His Eyes.

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the lie Son, :« and T to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both i now and ev-er,:« and, unto the ages of i a-ges. A-men.

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ang-el of the Lord read-y be-fore-hand.

The Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Isaias 33: 2):

Now unto the King Eternal, Immortal, Invisible, t the One Only Wise I • •. ~ 111 God, be honour and glory * unto the ages of ages. Amen. All respond: W. Thanks be to God.

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Psalm 17: VY. 25 - 51:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the Znd portion of the lst Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

With the ho-ly manT wilt Thou be Ho-ly, *

Then, only the 1st Ca.ntor's sideQj_ the Quire completes the verse:« _

, and with - the innocent man f wi It Thou be

in-no-cent.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the t':!'o sides alternating the verses thereafter:

And with the elect man T wilt Thou be El-ect * and with the per-i verse wilt

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.... Thou be Per-verse. -

, For Thou wilt save a i )lurn-ble peo-ple, * and Thou wilt humble the i eyes of

the ar-ro-gant. _ _

For Thou wilt T light my lamp, 0 Lord; * My God, Thou wilt en- i light-en mv

dark-ness. ' ",/

For by Thee shall I be delivered from a i host of rob-bers, * and by My God

shall I Tleap o-ver a wall. , _

, As for My God, blameless is Hili/way; t the words of the Lord are tri-ed l' in the fi-re; * Defender is He of i all that hope in Him.

For i Who is God, save the Lord; * and T Who is God, save Our God?

It is God, Who girded T me with pow-er,:I< and hath T made my path blame-less.

Who maketh my feet T like the feet of a hart, * and setteth me up- T on high

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p a-ces, .

Who i teach-eth my hands for war, * and Thou madest mine i arms a bOw of brass.

And Thou gavest me the T shield of sal-va-tion * and Thy Right i Hand hath up-held me.

And Thine lnstructlon hath corrected me i e-ven un-to the end; * yea, Thine

instruction, the f same will teach me. .

Thou hast en- T Iarg'd my steps un-der me, * and the tracks of my T feet are not wea-ken'd,

I shall pursue mtne enemies and I shall i o-ver-take them, \Ie and I shall not i turn back un-til they fail.

I shall great!), afflict them and they shall not be i a-ble to stand;:I< they shall

i fall un-der my feet. .

For Thou hast girded me with T pow-er for" war; :I< in subjection under me hast Thou bound the feet of all them that i rose up a-gainst mEL

And Thou hast made mine enemies turn their l' back be-fore me, * and them that hate me hast Thou T ut-ter-Ij des-trdy'd,

They cried, and there was no saviour- T e-ven to the Lord,:I< and He

i heark-en-ed not to them. ~

And I will grind them fine as dust be- l' fOre -fhe face Of the wind; * I will trample them T down as mud in the streets.

Deliver me from the gain-saying i Of the peo-pler" Thou wilt set me at the i head of na-tions.

A people which I T knew not hath serv-ed me; :I< no sooner than their ear had T heard, they o-bey-ed me.

Sons that are strangers have lied un-to me; t sons that are T strang-ers have grown old, :I< and they have i llrnp'd a-way from their paths.

The Lord liveth, and T Bless-ed is My God; :I< and let the God of my salvation i be Ex-ai-ted.

o God, Who givest avengement unto me, and hast subdued i peo-ples un-der

me, * 0 My Deliverer from enemies which are i prone to ang-for, "

From them that arise up against i me wilt Thou lift me high; * from the

unrighteous T man de-liv-er me. ,

For this cause will I confess Thee among the T na-tions, 0 Lordj" and un- i to Thy Name will I chant.

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!t is he that magnifieth the salvation of His king, t and worketh mercy for His a- T nolnt-ed, for Da-vid, *' and for his seed T un-to e-ter-ni-ty.

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the + Son, *' and i to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As,it was in the beginning, both i now and ev-er, *' and unto the ages of l' a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 18:

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

The Heav-ens declare the i Glor-y Of God, *'

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side -QJ_ the Quire completes the verse:

. and the firmament proclaimeth the i work of

His Hands. /'

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side QJ_ the Quire chants the entire next verse I

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter: _ ',I

Day unto day-T pour-eth forth speech, *' and night unto night pro- 1 claim-eth I}

know-ledge. _

There i are no tongues nor words~*'in which their l' voic-es are not heard. I, Their sound hath gone l' forth iii: .. to all the Earth, :I< and their words un- 1 to the ends Of the world.

In the Sun hath He set His i Tab-er-nac-le, *' and He, like a bridegroom, coming T forth from his cham-ber,

Will rejoice like a T gi-ant to run his course; *' from the outermost border of

Heaven i is His go-ing forth, .

_ And His goal is unto the outermost T part of Heav-en, * and there shall no man

l' hide him-self from His heat. .

The law of the Lord is i b!ame-less, ,con-ver-ting souls; *' the testimony of the

Lord is trustworthy, ringing T Wis-dom to in-fants. ,

The statutes of the Lord are upright, 1 glad-den-Ing the heart; *' the commandment of the Lord is far-shining, en- 1 Iight-en-ing the eyes.

The fear of the Lord is pure, enduring for 1 ev-er and ev-er; * the judgments

of the Lord are true, al-to- i geth-er jus-tif-ied, ' I

More to be desired than i gold and much pre-cious stone, * and sweeter than honey i and the hon-ey-comb.

Yea, for Thy 1 ser-vant keep-eth them; *' in keeping i them there is much re-ward.

As for transgressions, who will understand them? t From my i se-cret sins cleanse me, *' and from those of others i spare Thy ser-vdnt.

If they have not c!ominion over me, then 1 blame-less shall I be, * and I shall be T clean-sed from great sin.

And the sayings of my mouth shall be un- T to Thy good pleas-ure, *' and the

meditation of my heart shall be be- l' fore Thee for ev-er, o i Lord, My Help-er, :I< i and Re-deem-er.

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the + Son, *' and T to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both i now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of T a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 19:

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the fir sf set of brackets therein):

The Lord hear thee in the i day of af-flic-tion; *

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side d the Quire completes the verse:

the Name of the God of 1 Ja-cob de-fend thee.

And then, only the 1st Cantor's' side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Let Him send forth unto thee help from His i Sanc-tu-ar-y, * and out Syon l' let Him help thee.

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Let Him remember every i sac-rif-ice of thine =I< and thy whole-burnt offering r let Him fat-ten.

The Lord grant thee ac- T cor-ding to thy heart, * and ful- i fil all thy pur-poses. We wlllrejolce in T Thy sal-va-tion, =I< and in the Name of the Lord Our God T sball we be mag-nif-ied.

The Lord ful- i fil all thy re-quests; * now have I known that the Lord hath T saved

His an-oin-ted one.· ,

He will hearken unto him out of His l' Hd-Iy Heav-en; =I< in mighty deeds is the salvation r of His Right Hand.

Some trusJ in chariots, and T some in hor-ses; =I< but we will call upon the T Name of

, the Lord Our" God. - .

They have been fettered t ... and have fall-en; * but we are risen T and are set up-right.

T 0 Lord, save the king, =I< and hearken unto us in the day when T we call up-on Thee. Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the III Son, * and T to the Ho-ly Ghost. I As it was in the beginning, both i now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of If

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The Chapter

The Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Isaias 33: 2):

Now unto the ~ag Eternal, Immortal, Invisible, t the One Only Wise I ' " ;f

God, be honour and glory * unto the ages of ages. Amen. All respond:~. Thanks be to God.

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The Psalms

The 1st Cantor alone begins chanting this Antiphon:

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En-kin-dled with a zeal for Christ.

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N.B. On a Sunday only, Terce continues as here given, but on a Monday it continues with the Psalms as given on pp. L 482 - L 483, and on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday with the Psalms as given on pp . L 484 - L 486.

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Psalm 118, vv. 33 - 40:

The 1st Cantor ai' one chants the first half of the first verse of the 5th portion of the 1st Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein]:

Set be-fore me for a law, 0 Lord, the way of Thy i sta-tutes, :I< Then, only the 1st Cantor's side et. the Quir:e .completes the verse:'" -

and I will seek after it con- ~ tin-u-a)-Iv.

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And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side et. the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Give me understanding, and I will search out i Thy law, :I< and I 'Will keep it

.... ~ with my whole heart. .

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Guide me in the path of Thy com- T mand-rnents, * for I ~ have de-si-red it.

Incline my heart unto Thy res-tim- T o-nj'es, :I< and not unto ~ co-vet-ous-ness. Turn away mine eyes that I may not see i van-it-y, :I< quicken Thou ~ me in /1

Thy way. .

Establish for Thy ser-vant Thine, i or-a-cle :I< J. fin-to fear of Theil.

Remove my re-proach which i I have fear'd, :I< for Thy J. judg-ments are good.

Behold, I have longed after Thy com- i mand-ments; :I< in Thy

righ- ~ teous-ness quick-en me.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and T to the It Son, :I< and J. to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, :I< and unto the ages of ~ a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 118, vv. 41 -.A8:

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The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 6th portion of the

1st Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Let Thy mer-cy come also up-on me, T 6 Lord, '* ,

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse:

even Thy salvation ac-cord- ~ ing to Thy word.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

So shall I give an answer to them that re- T preach me, * for I have t hoped in Thy words.

And take not utterly out of my mouth the i ~ord of Truth, * for in Thy

~ judg-ments have I hoped. .

So shall I keep Thy law continual-ly, for i ev-er, * and unto the a- ~ ges of a-ges. And I walk'd in T spa-cious-ness, * for after Thy com- ~ mand-ments have I sought. And I spake of Thy testi-mo-nies be- T fore kings, * and ~ i was not a-shamed. And I meditated on Thy com- i mand-ments * which ~ I have great-ly loved. And I lifted up my hands to Thy commandments which I i have loved, * and I

pondered J. on Thy sta-tutes.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and T to the It Son, * and J. to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and r ev-er, * and unto the ages of J. a-ges. A-men.

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Psalm 118, vv. 49 - 56:

The 1st Cantor alpne chants the first half of the first verse of the 7th portion of the 1st Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Re-mem-ber Thy words to Thy T ser-vant, '"

Then, only the 1st Clintor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse: ... I wherein'Thou hast 1 made me to hope.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

This hath .. comforted me inm{ hu-mll-i- i a-tlon, '" for Thine ora- J, de hath

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"" quick-en'd me. .

The proud have trans-gress-ed ex- i ceed-ing-ly, '" but from Thy law J, have I

not de-cltned. I

I remembered Thy jiidg-ments of r old, 0 Lord, '" J, and was com-for-ted. ;i

Despondency took hold up- T on me '" because of the sinners J, who for-sake I

Thy law. /" I,

Thy sta-tutes T were my songs *'-in the place J, of my so-jour-ning.

I remembered Thy Name in the i night, 0 Lord, '" J, and I kept Thy law. This hath hap-pen-ed i un-to me, '" because I sought af- J, ter Thy sta-tutes. Glory be to the Fath-er, and T to the + Son, '" and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, '" and unto the ages of

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J, a-ges. A-men.

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The Chapter and the Versicle

Then the Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Ecclus. 51: 16,17) according to the Tone given for Sunday Terce in the Psalter:

Thou hast saved me from destruction, t and dellverest me from the evil time; :;:

therefore will I give thanks, and praise Thee, and bless Thy I • I. = II~

Name, 0 Lord. . All respond: ~. Thanks be to God.

y. In Thy comeliness and Thy beauty.

~. And bend Thy bow, and proceed prosp'rously, and be King.

The Collect

Almighty Everlasting God, shew Thy mercy unto Thy suppliants, that we who place no hope in the quality of our deeds, may, by the intercession of Thy blessed martyr and virgin Agnes, experience not judgment but pardon. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. ~. Amen.

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Psalm 118, vv. 105 -_112:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 14th portion of the 1st Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Thy law is a lamp' un-to i my feet. * ,,'

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire'completes the verse: and a light .l. un-to my paths.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter;

, I have sworn and re- i sol-.ved * that I will keep the judgments J.. Of Thy

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rig - eous-ness. ..

I was humbled ex-ceed-ing-ly, i 6 Lord; * quicken me ac-cord- .l. ing to Thy Word.

The free-will offerings of my mouth tie Thou now Pleased to re- i celve, 0 /'

Lord, * and teach J.. me Thy judg-ments. I

My soul is in Thy Hands con-tjn-u- i al-Iy, * and Thy law have i J.. not

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Sinners have set a T snare for me, * yet from Thy commandment J.. have I not strayed.

I have inherited Thy testi-mon-ies for T ev-er, * for they are the re- J.. joic-ing of my heart.

I have inclined my heart to perform Thy stat-utes for T ev-er * .l. for a

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re-com-pense.

, Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the If- Son, * and J.. to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and unto the ages of

t a-ges. A-men. ~..,

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Psalm 118, vv. 113 - 120:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 15th portion of the 1st Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first sd of brackets therein):

Trans-gres-sors have I T ha-ted, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse: but t Thy law have I ldved..

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

My Helper and My Pro-tee-tor i art Thou; * on Thy words .l. have I set my

hope.

Depart from me, ye e-vil- T do-ers, * -,",arid I will search out the com- .l. mand-ments of My God.

UPHOLD ME ACCORDING TO THY SAY-ING AND T QUiCK-EN ME, * AND TURN ME NOT AWAY IN SHAME FROM MINE t EX-PEC-TA-TION.

Help me, and I shall be i sa-ved; *' and I will meditate on Thy sta- J.. tutes con-tin-u'l-Ij.

Thou hast set at nought all that de-part from Thy i stat-utes, *' for unrighteous .l. is their in-ward thought.

I have reckoned as transgressors all the sin-ners i of the Earth, * therefore

have I loved Thy t tes-tim-o-nies. ,

Nail down my flesh with the T fear of Thee, * for of Thy judg- .l. ments am I a-fraid.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the If- Son, * and J.. to the Ho-ly Ghost,

As it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of

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Psalm 118, vv. 121 - 128.-

The 1st Cantor alpne chants the first half of the first verse of the 16th portion of the 1st Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

I have wrought jiidg-'mentand irigh-teous-ness; :;.

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse:«

o 'give me, not up to J them that wrong me.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Receive Thy ser-vant T on-to good, :;. let not the proud filse- ~ ly ac-ciise me.

... Mi~e ·eyes have failed with waiting for Thy sal- i va-tlon, :;. and for the word

~ of Thy righ-teous-ness. /' ' .

Deal with Thy servant according to Thy i mer-cy, '* and teach ~ me Thy stat-utes. i am Thy T ser-vant; :I< give me understanding, and I shall know Thy J tes-tim-o-nies.

It is time for the i Lord to act; '* for they ~ have dls-pers'd Thy law. 1,1

Therefore have I loved Thy T com-mand-ments '* more than J gold and to-paz. Therefore l.directed myself according to ill Thy com- i mand-ments; :I< ever~

way that is unrighteous J, hive I ha-ted~

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the + Son, * and J to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, '* and unto the ages of ~ i-ges. A-men.

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o nour-ish-ment of death; for I am al-read-y a-wait-ed by An-oth-er Lov-er."

The Chapter and the Versicle

Then the Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Ecclus. 51: 16, 17) according to the Tone given for Monday Terce in the Psalter:

Thou hast saved me from destruction, t and deliverest me from the evil time; :I<

therefore will I give thanks, and praise Thee, and bless Thy I I I, ~ 111

Name, 0 Lord. All respond: W. Thanks be to God.

y. In Thy comeliness and Thy beauty. .

W. And bend Thy bow, and proceed prosp'rously, and be King.

The Collect

Almighty Everlasting God, shew Thy mercy unto Thy suppliants, that we who place no hope in the quality of our deeds, may, by the intercession of Thy blessed virgin Agnes, experience not judgment but pardon. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. W. Amen.

The proper for Sext begins on p. L 486.

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Psalm 119:

The 1st Cantor alone_"chants the first half of the first verse of the ist Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the firsr set.of brackets therein): ~

Un-to the Lord in mine affliction have rt cri-ed, ,.,

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse: /' t and He heard me.

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(omitting the intonation notes), ~e two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

o Lord,deliver my soiil from un- i righ-teous lips'" and t from a craf-ty (

tongue. ' ;1

What shall be' giv-en i un-to thee? * And what shall be added unto thee t for I

thy craf-ty tongue? " . /1

The arrows Of the T Might-y 6~e, * sharpened with coals t of the des-ert.

Woe is me, for my sojourning is pro-long'd; t I have tented with the tent-Ings of i Ked-ar; ,., my soul hath long t been a so-jour-ner.

With them that hate peace I was T peace-a-ble; * when I spake unto them, they

warred a-gainst t me with-out a cause. .

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the iii Son, * and t to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was inJhe beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and unto the ages of t a-ges. A-men: oS

Psalm 120: I

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

I have Jift-ed up mine eyes to the i moun-tains :I:

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse: from whence J com-eth my help.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

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My help com-eth i from the Lord, :I: Who hath made t Heav-en and the Earth.

Give not thy foot un-to i mov-ing, * and may He not slum- t ber That keep-eth thee.

Behold, He shall not slum-ber nor T shall He sleep, * He That t keep-eth

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The Lord shall T keep thee; :I: the Lord is Thy Shelter t at thy right hand. The Sun shall not biirn thee i by day, :I: J. nor the moon by night.

The Lord shall keep thee from all ie-vii; * the J. Lord shall guard thy soul.

The Lord shall keep thy coming in and thy i go-ing out, * from henceforth t and for ev-er-more.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the iii Son, * and J. to the Ho-ly -Ghdst.

As it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and unto the ages of t a-ges. A-men.

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Psalm 121:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

I was glad because of them that said i un-to me: *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

"Let us go in-to J the House.of the Lord."

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side QJ: the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

OOr feet T have stood * in thy, courts, J 0 Jer-ti- sal-em.

Jerusalem is builded as a l' Cit-j., * which its dwellers t share in con-cord.

For there the tribes went up, the tribes i Of the Lord * as a testimony for "" Isra-el, to give thanks to t the Name-Of the Lord.

A For there are set thrones un-to i judg-ment, * thrones over the 1 House of Da-vid.

Ask now for the things which are for the peace of Jer- l' u-sal-em, * and for (

the prosperity of t them that love thee. _

Let peace be now in T thy strength, *, and prosperity 1 in thy pal-a-ces.

For the sake of my brethren .and my i neigh-bours * I spake J peace

con-cer-ning thee. -

Because of the House of the T Lord Our God * I have J, sought good things for thee.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and T to the It Son, * and J to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As ,it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and unto the ages of l a-ges. A-men.

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The Chapter and the Vers~cle

Then the Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Ecclus . 51: 16, 17} according to the Tone given for Tuesday Terce in the Psalter:

Thou hast saved me from destruction, t and dellverest me from the evil time; *

therefore will I give thanks, and praise Thee, and bless Thy I • '.::1 111

Name, 0 Lord. All respond: ~. Thanks be to God.

y. In Thy comeliness and Thy beauty.

~. And bend Thy bow, and proceed prosp'rously, and be King.

The Collect

Almighty Everlasting God, shew Thy mercy unto Thy suppliants, that we who place no hope in the quality of our deeds, may, by the intercessiori of Thy blessed virgin Agnes, experience not judgment but pardon. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. ~. Amen.

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The 1st Cantor alone begins chanting this Antiphon:

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N.B. On a Sunday only, Sext continues as here given, but on a Monday it continues with the Psalms as given on pp. L 488 - L 489, and on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday with the Psalms as given on pp. L 490 - L 491.

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Psalm 118, vv. 57 - 64: ,

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 8th portion of the II lst Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein): I

Thou artMy Por-tion, T 0 Lord; * .: '.

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side qL.tlle Quire completes the verse:

I said that .j, I would keep Thy law.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

I entreated Thy Countenance with my i whole heart: * "Have mercy on me

ac-cord- .j, ing to Thy word. A

I have thoiighton i Thy ways, * and I have turned my feet back to Thy J., tes-tim-o-nies. I made ready, and I was not i troubl-ed, * that I might keep .j, Thy _ com-mand-ments. The cords of sinners !Jive en- i tangl-ed me, * but Thy law have I J., no! for-got-ten. At midnight I arose to give thanks i Un-to Thee ;£< for the judgments .j, of Thy righ-teous-ness. I am a partaKer with all them that i fear Thee, * and with them that keep

J., Thy com-mand-ments.

The Earth, 0 Lord, is f'ull of Thy i mer-cy; * teach .j, me Thy sta-tutes. Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the .. Son, * and J., to the Ho,ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, ;£< and unto the ages of .j, a-ges. A-men.

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Psalm 118, vv. 65 - 72:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 9th portion of the 1st Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Thou hast dealt graciously with Thy ser-vant, i 0 Lord, ;£< Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse: ac- .j, cord-ing to Thy word.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quir_£ chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Goodness and discipline and know-ledge T teach Thou me,;£< for in Thy

commandments have J., I be-liev-ed.

Before I was hum-bled, T i trans-gress'd; *. therefore Thy .j, say-ing have I kept. Thou art T Good, 0 Lord, ;£< and in Thy goodness teach J., me Thy sta-tutes. Multiplied against me hath been the un-righ-teous-ness i of the proud; ;£< but as

for me, with my lVhole heart \'fill I search out J., Thy com-mand-ments.

Curdled like milk i is their heartj " but as for me, in Thy law have I J., med-i-ta-ted.

It is good for me that Thou hast i hum-bled me,;£< that I might J., learn Thv

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sta-tutes.

The law of Thy mouth is bet-ter i to me ;£< than thousands of J., gold and sil-ver. Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the .. Son, ;£< and J., to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As)t was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, ;£< and unto the ages of J., a-ges. A-men.

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Psalm 118, vv. 73 - 80:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 10th portion of the lst Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Thy Hands have made me and I fash-ion'd me; *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's sideQ[ the Quire completes the verse:

" give lI!e understanding and ~I will learn ~ Thy

com-mand-ments. . . !

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

They that fear Thee shall see me and I be glad, * for on Thy words ~ have I set

my hope. .. .. . ".

~ I have known, 0 Lord, that Thy judg-ments are I righ-teous-ness, * and with

Truth ~ hast Thou hum-bled me.

Let now Thy mercy be my I com-fort, * according to Thy saying un- ~ to Thv .

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Let Thy compassions come up-on me and I I shall live, * for Thy law is my I'

~ med-it-a-tion. ' I

.Let the proud be put to shame, torunjustly have they trans-gress-ed a-T gains1t me; * but as for me, I will ponder on J..-!fhY com-mand-ments.

Let those that fear Thee re-turn I un-to me, * and those that know Thy ~ tes-tim-o-nies.

Let my heart be blameless in Thy i sta-tutes, * that I may ~ not be put to shame.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and I to the II Son, * and ~ to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As,it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of ~ a-ges. A-men.

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by Thy Son the fi-re is quench-ed round a-bout Thine hand-maid.

Then the Hebdomadary alone chants the fallowing Chapter (2 Cor. 11: 2) according to the Tone given for Sunday Sext in the Psalter:

For I am jealous over you with a godly jealousy; t for I have espoused you to

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one husband, * that I may present you as a chaste virgin to Christ.

All respond: ~. Thanks be to God.

y. God shall help her with His Countenance.

~. God is in the midst of her, she shall not be shaken.

The Collect

Hear us, 0 God of our salvation, and as we are joyful over the Feast of blessed Agnes, so may we be instructed by the effect of such pious devotion. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the agesof ages. ~. Amen.

T he proper for None begins on p. L 491.

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Psalm 118, vv. 129 - 136:

The 1st Cantor alvne chants the first half of the first verse of the 17th portion of the 1st Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonaiion notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Won-der-ful are Thy tes-tim- T o-nies; *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse:",

therefore hath. ~ my soul searcli'd them out.

And then, onl y the 2nd Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides olternqting the verses thereafter:

The unfolding of Thy words will T.glve Light * and un-der- ~ stand-ing un-to

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.... I opened my mouth and, drew i in my breath, =I< for I longed for ~ Thy

com-mand-ments. /'

Look upon me and have mer-cy i on me, =I< according to the judgment of t them

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~y steps do Thou direct according to Thy T say-Ing, '" and let no iniquity have ~'

do- J min-ion o-ver me. ,

Deliver me from the false accu-sa-tion i of men, =I< and I will keep ~ Thy'

com-mand-ments. ,-

Make Thy Face to shine up-on Thy r ser-vant, * and teach ~ me Thy stat-utes. Mine Eyes have poured forth streams of T wat-ers, * be-cause ~ I kept not Thy

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Glory be to the Fath-er, and T to the III Son, * and J to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As)t was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of ~ a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 118, vv. 137 ;..,144:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 18th portion of the lst Psalm, using the same Tone, induding the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Righ-teous art Thou, i 0 Lord, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side Q[_ the Quire completes the verse: I

and up-right J are Thy judg-ments.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side qj_ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Thou hast ordained as Thy tes-tim- i a-nies * exceed-ing ~ righ-teous-ness and Truth.

My zeal for Thee hath made me to T pine a-way, '" because mine enemies have for- J got-ten Thy words.

Thine oracle is tried with fire to the T ut-ter-most" * and Thy ser- ~ vant hath

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I am young and ac-count-ed as T nath-fng, * yet Thy statutes have i J not

for-got-ten. ,

Thy righteousness is an ever-Ias-tlng i righ-teous-ness, '" ~ and Thy law is Truth.

Tribulations and necessi-ties have T found me, * Thy commandments are my ~ med-it-a-tion.

Thy testimonies are righ-teous-ness for i ev-er; * give me under-stand- ~ ing and i shall live.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the III Son, '" and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and unto the ages of ~ a-ges. A-men.

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Psalm 118, vv. 145 - 152:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 19th portion of the lst Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

I have cri-ed with my T whole heart: *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

~'Hear me, 0 Lord, and I..will seek af- t ter

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And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

I have cri-ed un-to Thee:_i "Savenie; * and I wiU keep Thy t tes-tlm-o-nles."

I arose in the dead of night .and I l' cri-ed; * on Thy words t have I set my , hope.

A Mine eyes woke be-fore the T morn-ing * that I might medit-ate J, on Thy say-ings.

Hear my voice, 0 Lord, according to' Thy i mer-cy; * according to ThY)1

t judg-ment, quick-en mEL I

'I'heyhave drawn nigh that lawlessly per-sec- l' ute me, * but from Thy la"

J,. are they far re-moved. , "

Near art T Thou, 0 Lord, * and J, all Thy ways are Truth.

From the beginning I have known from Thy tes-tim- T o-nies ,.. that Thou hast found-ed J, them for ev-er.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the + Son, * and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er I * and unto the ages of J,. a-ges. A-men.

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The Chapter and the VersiCle

Then the Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (2 Cor. 11: 2) according to the Tone given for Monday Sext in the Psalter:

For I am jealous over you with a godly jealousy; t for I have espoused you to

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one husband, * that I may present you as a chaste virgin to Christ.

All respond: ~. Thanks be to God.

y. God shall help her with His Countenance.

~. God is in the midst of her, she shall not be shaken.

The Collect

Hear us, 0 God of our salvation, and as we are joyful over the Feast of blessed Agnes, so may we be instructed by the effect of such pious devotion. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages 'of ages. ~. Amen.

The proper for None begins on p. L 491.

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Psalm 122:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 1st Psalm, using this Tone, including the inionaiion notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Un-to Thee have I lif-ted l' up mine eyes '"

Then, only the 1st Cf!ntor's side Q[_ the Quire _complete~ the v,ers!: unto Thee that dwell- j, est In Heav-en~ *

And then, only the Znd Cantor's side Q[_~ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Behold, as the eyes of l' ser-vants * look unto the hinds j, of their mas-ters.

As the eyes of the handmaid 10,!k unto the h_inds of her l' mis-tress, '" so do our

eyes look unto the Lord Our God, until He take j, pit-yon us. _ .

'10 Have mercy on us, 0 Lord, have m~y i6n Us;* fQr greatly are we fiB'd .lwith a-b3.se-ment.

Greatly hath our soiil been l' f'ill'd there-with; '" let reproach corne upon them that prosper, and a- j, base-ment on the proud.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and l' to the + Son, * and j, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

_ As, it ,!as in the beginning, both now 'and l' ev-er, '" and unto the ages of .!

j, a-ges. A-men. . I

Psalm 123.-

The 2nd Cantor-alone chants the first/nalf of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using tHe same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first sei;o] brackets therein):

"Had it not been that the Lord was with us," let Is-ra-el i now say: * Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse>,

"Had it not been that the j, Lord was with us,

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omittin~ the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter: ~

'When men rose up a- i gainst ,Us, * then had they swal- j, low'd us up a-live. "When their wrath raged a- l' gainst fis * then had the wa-ter j, o-ver-whelm-ed us. "Our soul hath pass'd through a l' tor-rent, * then had our soul passed through

the water that is .1, ir-res-is-tib-Ie., ,

"Bless-ed. be ~he Lord Who hath not J giv-en us '" to be a ,J, prey to their teeth. "Our soul like a spar-row was de- i liv-er-ed, '" out of the snare j, of the hun-ters. "The snare i~ T bro-ken, * and we j, are de-liv-er-ed.

"Our help is in the Name T of the Lerd " Who hath made j, Heav-en and the Earth." Glory be to the Fath-er, and l' to the + Son, * and '.1, to the Ho-tJy Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, '" and unto the ages of j, a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 124_-

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

They that trust in the Lord shan be as Mount l' S5'-on; *

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse: , A

he that dweUeth at Jerusalem, nevermore shill j, he be shit-ken.

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side Qj_ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Mountains are round about her, t and the Lord is round a-bout His T peo-ple '" from hence-forth .1, and for ev-er-more.

, For the Lord will not permit the rod of sinners to be upon the, lOt of the

l' righ-teous, '" lest the righteous stretch forth their- hands un- j, to in-i-quit-ies.

Do good, 0 Lord, fin-to them l' that are good '" and un-to j, the up-right of heart. But them that turn aside unto crook-ed ways shall the Lord lead away with the workers of in- l' i-quit-j; '" peace be .1, up-on Is-ra-el.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and T to the + Son, '" and j, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, '" and unto the ages of

.1, a-ges. A-men.

Then,

I

". a'" •

I bless Thee, 0 Fath-er of My Lord Je-sus

; I • ; I '. • 111

I

I • ij

• • !II.

All repeat:

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'" 11 rI IS'

Christ; for

by Thy Son the fi-re is quench-ed round a-bout Thine hand-maid.

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The Chapter and the Versicle

Then the Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (2 Cor. 11: 2) according to the Tone given for Tuesday Sext in the Psalter:

For I am jealous over you with a godly jealousy; t for I have espoused you to

I •

• I

one husband, * that I may present you as a chaste virgin to Christ.

All respond:

YI_. God shall help'" her with His Countenance, .

~. God is in the midst of her, she shall not be shaken.

The Collect

~. Thanks be to God.

Hear 'us, ~ God of our salvation, and as we are joyful over the Feast of blessed 'Agnes, so may we be instructed" by the effect of such pious devotion. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, YNho liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. W. Amen.

',I

NONE I

The 1 st Cantor alone

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". ~ a

begins chanting this Antiphon:

I~~~~'~'~~'~~~~~~EI~'~;'~~'~;~~'~

Re- joice with me.

And be ex-ceed-ing glad; be-cause a-mong all

~I~~~=~~I~~~'~~~~II

== '. •• • III •• ~

All respond:

these have I ta-ken a throne of glor-y.

N.B. If this east is kept on a Sunday only, None continues as here given, but on a Monday if continues with the Psalms as given on pp. L 491 - L 894, and on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday, with the Psalms as given on pp. L 495 - L 496.

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Psalm 118, VV. 81 - 88:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 11th portion of the lst Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes {within the first set of brackets therein}:

My soul fain-teth for Thy sal- i va-tldn; * .

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse: A

on Thy words ~ have I set my hope.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side et. the Qui~chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Mine eyes are grown dim with waiting for Thine i or-a-cle; * they say: "When

J, wilt Thou com-fort me?" _ , _

For I am become like a wine-skin T in the frost; *" yet Thy statutes have I J, not for-g6t-ten. How many are the days of Thy i ser-vant? * When wilt Thou execute judgment for me on them that J, per-sec-ute me?

Transgressors have told me i fa-bles, * but they are not J, like Thy law, 0 Lord. All Thy com-mand-ments i are Truth. * Without a cause have men persecuted me; J, do Thou help me.

They well nigh made an end of me T on the Earth; * but as for me, I forsook

not J, Thy com-mand-ments. I

According to Thy mer-cy i quick-en me, * and I will keep the tes-tl- J, mo-nies Of Thy Mouth.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the III Son, * and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of J, a-ges. A-men.

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Psalm 118, vv. 89 - 96:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 12th portion of the lst Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

For ev-er, i 6 Lord, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse:

Thy ViGrd a-bl- J, deth in Heav-en.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Unto generation and gener-a-tion T is Thy Truth; * Thou hast laid the "" foundation of the Earth, and J, it a-bi-deth.

By Thine ordinance doth, the T day a-bide, '* for all things J, are Thy ser-vants, If Thy law had not been my med-it- T a-tion, * then should I have perished in

my hu- J, mll-i-a-tion.1

I will never for-get Thy i sta-tutes, * for in them J, hast Thou qulck-en'd me. ~'

i am Thine, isave me; * for after Thy J, sta-tutes have I sought.

Sinners have waited for me to ,des- i troy me; * but Thy testimo-nies J, have It

un-der-stood. .

Of all perfection have I seen the T out-come; * exceeding spacious is J, Thy com-mand-ment.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the ... Son, * and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and unto the ages of

, A

J, a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 118, vv. 97 -,304:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 13th portion of the 1st Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

o how I have loved Thy T law, 0 Lord! * I

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side et. the Quire completes the verse:

The whole day long it is my J, med-it-a-tion.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side el. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Above mine enemies hast Thou made me wise in Thy com- T mand-ment, * for it is 1 mine for ev-er.

Above all that teach me have I gained un-der- T stand-ing, * for Thy

testimonies are my 1 med-it-a-tion. ...

Above mine elders have I received un-der- i stand-ing, * for after Thy com-mand- J, ments have t sought.

From every way that is evil have I re- T strain'd my feet'* that 1 I might keep Thy words.

From Thy judgments have I i not de-cljned, * for Thou hast J, set a law for me. How sweet to my palate are Thy i say-i ngsl * More sweet than J, hon-ey to my mouth.

From Thy commandments have I gained un-der- i stand-Ing; * therefore have I hated every way J, of un-righ-teous-ness.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the ... Son, * and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, * and unto the ages of

J, a-ges. A-men. .

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Then, All repeat:

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Re-joice with me,
• • ...
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• II ~

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and be ex-ceed-ing glad; be-cause a-mong all

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I P'ii ~'.

these have I ta-ken a throne of glor-y.

The Chapte~ and the Versicle

Then the Hebdomadary alone chants the joll~wing Chapter [Ecclus, 51: 1 -3) according to the Tone given for Sunday None in the Psalter:

I will thank Thee, 0 Lord and King, and praise Thee, 0 God, My Saviour; t

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for Thou ar,t My Defender and Helper, * and hast preserved my <. . ~ II

""

body from destruction. / All respond: IV. Thanks be to God .

..,. Wherefore God, Thy God, hath anointed thee.

~. With the oil of gladness more than thy fellows.

The Collect

Grant, we beseech Thee, Almighty God, that we who attend to the birthday of the blessed martyr Agnes, may both take joy in her yearly solemnity, and profit from the example of such Faith. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. IV. Amen.

The proper for Second Vespers begins on p'. L 497.

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Psalm 118, vv. 153 - 160:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 20th portion of the 1st Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Be-hold my humili-a-tion and i res-cue me, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

for Thy law have I t not for-got-ten.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side Q[ the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Judge my cause an~ re- T deem me; * for Thy t Word's sake quick-en me.

Far from sinners is sal- iva-lion, * for they have not sought af- t ter Thy stat-utes.

, Thy compassions are man-y, i 6 Lord; * according to Thy t judg-ment

quick-en me. ,

Many are ~they that persecute me and af'- T f1ict me; * from Thy testimonies have t I not de-eli ned.

I !?eheld men acting foolishly and I i pined a-way, * because they kept t not

Thy say-ings. ,

, Behold, how I have loved Thy com-mand-ments, T 0 Lord; * in Thy t mer-cy,

quick-en me.

The beginning of Thy T words is Truth, * and all the judgments of Thy righteousness en- t diire for ev-er.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and T to the III Son, * and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of

, ...

t a-ges. A -men.

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I,

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1 L 494

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Psalm 118, vv. 161 - 168:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 21th portion of the lst Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Prin-ces have persecuted me with- l' out a cause, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

" an,d b~~ause of Thy words my t heart hath

been a-fraid.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side d the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the tWE sides alternating th~ verses thereafter:

I will re- T joice in Thy say-ings *'as one that J. find-eth great spoil. Unrighteousness have I ha-ted. i a9d ab-horr'd, :I< but t Thy law have I loved.

'\0" Seven times a day have I i prais-ed Thee > for the judg-ments J. of Thy

righ-teous-ness. /

Much peace have they that i love Thy hiw,:I< and for them there 1- is no

stum-bling-block., "/

I awaited Thy sal-va-tion, T 0 Lord, :I< and Thy com- t mand-ments have I', lOved.

My sou) hath kept Thy tes-tim-J 'o':'nies :I: and hath loved 1- them e!-ceed-ing-IY, I have kept Thy commandments and Thy tes-tlm- i tes-tim-o-nies, :I< for all my ways are be- 1- fore Thee, 0 Lord.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and T to the ... Son, '" and t to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both now and T ev-er, '" and unto the ages of t a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 118, vv. 169 - 176:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 22th portion of the lst Psalm, using the SQ!1')£ Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Let my sup-plication draw nigh be-fore Thee, i () Lord; :I< Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

according to Thine oracle give me

t un-der-stan-dlng. I

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side d the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

, Let my petition come be-fore Thee, i 0 Lord; * according to Thine o-ra- 1- de de-liv-er me.

My lips shall pour T forth a hymn * 'Yhen Thou hast taught 1- me Thy stat-utes.

, My tongue shall speak of Thy i say-ings, * for all Thy com-mand- J. ments are

righ-teous-ness.

Let Thy Hand be for i sa-ving me, * for I have cho-sen t Thy

com-mand-ments. ...

I have longed for Thy sal-va-tion, i o Lord,:I< and Thy law is my t med-it-a-tion.

My soul shall live and shall i praise Thee, "'. and Thy judg- t ments will help me. I have gone astray like a sheep that T is lost; :I< 0 seek Thy servant, for I have not forgotten t Thy com-mand-ments.

Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the ... Son, '" and 1- to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of l. a-ges. A-men.

Then, I~~~~~~i=~~~~~~~'~'~~·~!~~~~~~~~'~~·~~.~~=~~.~

Re- joice with

All repeat: 1 I ~='.

me,

and be ex-ceed-ing glad; be-cause a-mong all

• II ~

• I •

these have I ta-ken a throne of glor-y.

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Jan. 21 I Feb. 3 - None of St. Agnes of Old Rome, V.M.

1 L 495

The Chapter and the Versicle

Then the Hebdomadarv alone chants the following Chapter (Ecclus. 51: 1 -3) according to the Tone given for Monday None in the Psalter:

I will thank Thee, 0 Lord and King, and praise Thee, 0 God, My Saviour; t I 11

for Thou art My Defender and Helper, * and hast preserved my I I ill II

body from destruction. All respond:

Yt_. Wherefore God, Thy God, hath anointed thee. ~. With the oil of gladness more than tlry- fellows.

The Collect

Grant, we beseech Thee, Almighty-God, that we who attend to the birthday of the blessed martyr Agnes, may both take joy in her yearly solemnity, and 'profit from .... the example "of such Faith. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unit)' of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. ~. Amen.

~. Thanks be to God.

The proper for Vespers begins on p. L 497.

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Psalms for None on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday

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- - - - - . I I I ._

Psalm 125:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 1st Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

When the Lord turn-ed again the captivit- i y of Sy-on, :I<:

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei. the Quire completes the verse:

we became as J, men that are com-for-ted.

And then,only the Znd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter: A

Then T was O!!J" mouth fill'd with joy, * and our 1. tongue with re- joic-ing.

Then shall tlley say a- i mong the na-tions: '" "The Lord hath 1. done great

things un-to them."

The Lord hath done i great things a-mong Qs, * and 1. -w:e are be-come glid. Turn again, 0 T Lord, our cap-tiv-it-y '" 1. like stre~m§ in the south.

i They that sow with tears :I<: shall reap 1. with re- joic-ing.

In their going l' they went, and they wept * 1. as ,they cast their seeds. ,

But in their corning shall they l' come with re- joic-ing, * 1. bear-ing their sheaves. Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the III Son, '* and J, to the H6-ly Ghost.

As,it ,!as in the beginning, both i now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of 1. a-ges. A-men.

Psalm 126:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using the same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set1Jf brackets therein):

Ex- l' cept the Lord build the house, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse: , A

in vain do they I Ia-bour that build it.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the tW9 sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Except the l' Lord guard .the cit-y, * in vain doth he 1. watch that guard-eth her. It is vain for i yoU to rise at dawn. * Ye that eat the bread of sorrow, rouse your- J, selves af-ter rest-ing,

When He hath given sleep i to His be-lov-ed; * 10, sons are the heritage of the Lord, the reward J, of the fruit of the womb.

Like arrows in the i hand of a rnight-y man * 1'0 are thJ: sons of J, them that were out-clsts. Bless-ed is he that shall fulfil his de- t ~i -res with them, * they shall not be put to shame when they speak to their 1. en-em-ies in the gates.

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the III Son, * and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As, it was in the beginning, both T now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of 1. a-ges. A-men.

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1 L 496

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Psalm 127:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using this same Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Bless-ed are i all they that fear the Lord * ...

< ,

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse:

that ~ walk in His ways.

And then, onl y the 2nd Cantor's side ei. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the "intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

~ -

Thou shalt eat the i fruy: of thy la-bours; * bless-ed art thou, and ~ well shall it

be with theiL

Thy wife shall i be as a fruit-ful vine * J, on the sides Of thy house, Thy i sons like young ol-ive trees * round a- ~ bout thy ta-ble. Behold, so shall the i man be bless-ed * that ~ f'ear-eth the Lord.

/'

The Lord bless thee i out of Sj'-on * and mayest thou see the good things of

Jerusalem ~ all the days Of thy life.

And mayest thou see thy i chil-dren's chil-dren; * peace ~ be up-on Is-ra-el. Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the It Son, * and ~ to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both i now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of

~ a-ges. ' ....
A-men.
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All repeat: Re-joice with me, and
I PIi ;'. I
, , III
, , , , , ,

1\ I '

, =

,

,

,

be ex-ceed-ing glad; be-cause a-mong all

, II ~

these have I ta-ken a throne of glor-y.

The Chapter and the Versicle

Then the Hebdomadary alone chants the following Chapter (Ecclus, 51: 1 -3) according to the Tone given for Tuesday None in the Psalter:

I will thank Thee, 0 Lord and King, and praise Thee, 0 God, My Saviour; t I '1

for Thou art My Defender and Helper, * and hast preserved my • • :I II

body from destruction. All respond: J¥. Thanks be to God.

y. Wherefore God, Thy God, hath anointed thee. J¥. With the oil of gladness more than thy fellows.

The Collect

Grant, we beseech Thee, Almighty God, that we who attend to the birthday of the blessed martyr Agnes, may both take joy in her yearly solemnity, and profit from the example of such Faith. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, through all the ages of ages. ~. Amen.

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L 4971

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1 L 497

January 22nd J Februarv 4th

ST. VINCENT OF SARAGOSSA, DEACON, M. (to be observed as a Feast of XII Lessons)

FIRST VESPERS

The 1st Cantor alone

The Psalms

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I

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."

begins chanting the lst Antiphon:

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Flee a-"wa.r f'rpm me.

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All respond,'

Thou grain-meal of death!

For I am

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al-read-y a-wait-ed by An-()th-er Lov-er.

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Psalm 109: ~

The 1st Cantor alone chants the First half of the first verse of the l st Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

The Lord said un-to t My Lord: '*

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the, verse:

"Sit Thou t at My Right Hand,

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side el. the Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the tw~ sides alternating the verses thereafter:

"Until I make Thine i en-em-ies * the Foot:... t stool of Thy Feet.

"~ sceptre of power shall the Lord send unto Thee out of i Sy-on; * rule Thou

in the midst J, of Th'ine en-em-ies. "-

"With Thee is dominion in the day of Thy power, in the splen-dour i of Thy ~ Sa] nts; '* from the womb before the morning star have t I be-got-ten Thee."

The Lord hath sworn and will i not re-pent: =I< ;'Thou art .a Priest for ever, after the or-der J, of Mel-chis-ed-ek."

The Lord at Thy t Right Hand * hath broken kings in the J, day of His 1Vrath. He shall judge among the nations, He shall fill them with dead i bod-Ies; * He

shall crush the heads of man- t y up-on the Earth.

He shall drink of the brook in T the way; '* therefore shall J, He lift up His Head. Glory be to the Fath-er, and i to the + Son, * and J, to the Ho-ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both now and i ev-er, * and unto the ages of t a-ges. A-men.

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All repeat:

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Flee a-way from me, Thou grain-meal of death! For I am

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al-read-y a-wait-ed by An-oth-er Lov-er.

Then the 2nd Cantor alone begins chanting the Znd Antiphon:

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IS

With His ring.

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Hath My Lord Je-sus Christ be-thro-thed

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All respond:

me, and, as His bride hath he crown-ed me.

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Psalm 121:

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 2nd Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

I was glad because of i them that said u9-to me: * ,

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side zi: the Quire completes the verse:

"Let us go in- i to the House Of the Lord."

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse

..

..

... (omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter:

T Oiir feet have stood * In thy T coiirts, 0 Jer-u-sal-em.

Jerusalem is builded T as a Cit-y, '* which its dwellers T share in con-cdrd. I

,I For there the, tribes went up, T the tribes of the Lord '* as a testimony for I,

Isra-el, to give thanks i to the Name of t~~ -Lord. I,

For there are set i thrones un=to judg-ment, '* thrones over the T Hoiise of Da-vld.

Ask now for the things which are for the T peace of Jer-u-sal-em, * and for the prosperity of i them that love thee.

Let peace be i now in thy strength, '" and prosperity i in thy par-a-dis .

. For the sake of my brethreni and my nclgh-bours > I spake T peace con-cer-ning thee. _

-

Because of the i Hoiise of the Lord Our God'" I have i soiight good things for,

thee.

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and the II to Son, '* andI to the Ho--ly Ghost.

As it was in the beginning, both T now and ev-er, '" and unto the ages of T a-ges. A-men.

Then, All repeat:

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I

I

With His ring hath My Lord Je-sus Christ be-thro-thed

• II •

, •

me, and, as His bride hath he crown-ed me.

Then the 1st Cantor alone begins chanting the 3rd Antiphon:

I

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My right hand.

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I

All respond:

And my neck hath He .clasp-ed with

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pre-cious stones, and put up-on mine ears price-less pearls.

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Psalm 126:

The 1st Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 3rd Psalm, using this Tone, including the jntonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Ex- l' cept the Lord build the house, *

Then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the verse: , A

., in vaiq do they T la-bour thst build it.

And then, only the 2nd Cantor's side zi. ihe Quire chants the entire next verse (omitting the intonation notes), the tW9 sides alternating the verses thereafter:

Except the T Lord guard the cit-y, * in vain doth he T watch that guard-eth her. It is vain for i yoij to rise at «:lawn. * Ye that eat the bread of sorrow, rouse

your- i selves af;-ter rest-ing, .

.... When" He hath given sleep i to His be-lov-ed; * 10, sons are the heritage of the

Lord, the reward T Of the fruit/pI" the womb.

Like arrows in the i hand of a rnight-yrnan '*..so are th.e sons of i them that were out--cists. Bless-ed is he that shall f,ulfil_ his de-:- t ~i-res ~ith them, * they shall not be put I

to shame when they speak to their i en-em-Ies m the gates. ".

Glory be to the T Fath-er; and to the + Son, * and T to the Ho-ly Ghost. /

As, it was in the beginning, both T now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of

T a-ges. A-men. /' I

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Psalm 147:

The 2nd Cantor alone chants the first half of the first verse of the 4th Psalm, using this Tone, including the intonation notes (within the first set of brackets therein):

Praise the r Lord, 0 Jer-6-sa-Iem; * -:

Then, only the 2nd Cantor's side ei: the Quire completes the ver_,se:

Praise Thy r God, 0 Sy-on.

And then, only the 1st Cantor's side ei: the Quire chants the entire next verse

(omitting the intonation notes), the two sides alternating the verses thereafter: ,

For He hath mengthen~ the i bars of thy gates; * He hath b1ess-ed thy r SODS witb-in thee. He bringeth peace up- T on thy bOr--ders, * and with the fatness of the T wheat He fjU--eth thee. He sendeth His i say-ing un-to the Earth; * right swiftly r riin-neth His Word. He T giv-eth His snow like wool; * the mist He T sprink-Ieth like ash-es.

He hurleth His i ice like mor-sels. * Who shall T stand be-fore His cold?

He shall send forth His T Word and melt them; * His wind shall blow and the

r wat-ers shall flow. ,

He declareth His T Word un-to Ja-cob; * His statutes and l' judg-ments to Is-ra-el.

He hath not dealt so with t ev-'ry na-tion, * nor hath He shown His

T judg-ments un-to them.

Glory be to the T Fath-er, and to the + Son, * and T to the Ho-lyGhost.

As, it was in the beginning, both i now and ev-er, * and unto the ages of i a-ges. A -men.

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begins chanting the 4th Antiphon:

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Christ hath sur-round-ed me.

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With flow-ers and with spark-ling pre-cious

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till repeat: Christ hath sur-round-ed me with flow-ers and with spark-ling pre-cious

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jew-els.

The Chapter

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The Hebdomadary alone chants the [ollowing Chapter (James 1: 12):

Blessed is the man that endureth temptation; t for when he is tried, he shall

receive the crown of life, * which God hath promised to them I • '.::1 "ij that love Him. All respond: ~. Thanks be to God •

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The Responsory

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alone chants: y. In sanc-tit-y

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did he most ef-fic- a - elous-ly shine forth.

respond: With twin know-ledge

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alone chants: y. Glor-y be

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he most ef-f'ic- a - cious-ly shine forth.

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