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44 How he had wrought his 1 miracles · in 1 Egypt: and his I wonders . in the i field. of Zoan.

45 He turned their waters in. to blood: so that they | might not drink of the rivers.

46 He sent Jice among them, and 'de 1 voured . them / up: and Il frogs. to destroy them.

47 He gave their fruit | unito the caterpillar : and their labour. un | to: the grasshopper.

48 He destroyed their | vines with | hail-stones: and their | mulberry trees ( with the frost.

49 He smote their cattle | also · with | hail stones : and their flocks | with · hot | thunder bolts.

50 He cast upon them the furiousness of his wrath, anger, dis pleasure, . and I trouble: and sent le vil | angels. a | mong them.

51' He made a way to his indignation, and spared not their soul from | death : but gave their life 1 o• ver | to the l pestilence;

52 And smote all the first-born · in Egypt : the most principal and mightiest · in the dwellings of | Ham.

53 But as for his own people, he led them I forth · like | sheep: and carried them in the wilder ness | like: a flock.

54 He brought them out safely, that they should · not fear : and overwbelmed their | ene : mies | with · the sea.

55 'And brought them within the borders of . his / sanctuary: even to his mountain which he purchased with his right | hand.

56 He cast out the heathen | also · before them: caused their land to be divided among them for an heritage, and made the tribes of Israel to dwell in their | tents.

57 So they tempted, and displeased the most . high | God: and kept not his tes · til monies;

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MORNING PRAYER.

Psalm lxxix Deus, venerunt. n GOD, the heatben are come into thine · in | U heritance : thy holy temple have they defiled, and made Jel rusalem. an heap. of stones.

2 The dead bodies of thy servants have they given to be meat unto the I fowls of the air: and the flesh of thy saints un to · the beasts of the land.

3 Their blood have they shed like water on every | side · of Je | rusalem : and there was · no man · to bury them.

4 We are become an open | shame · to our | enemies : a very scorn and derision unto them that . are | round. about us.

5 Lord, how long wilt | thou · be angry: shall thy jealousy | burn · like I fire for I ever ?

6 Pour out thine indignation upon the heathen that have · not known thee: and upon the kingdoms that have not I called up on thy | Name.

7 For they have de vou · red | Jacob : and laid | waste · his dwel · ling | place.

8 O remember not our old sins, but have mercy upon us, and that | soon : for we are come · to } great | misery.

9 Help us, o God of our salvation, for the glory of · thy | Name: O deliver us, and be merciful unto our sins, · for thy | Name's | sake.

10 Wherefore do the hea · then say: Where is now · their God?

11 O let the vengeance of thy servants' | blood. that is | shed: be openly shewed upon the hea · then lin · our sight

12'0 let the sorrowful sighing of the prisoners come · be \ fure thee : according to the greatness of

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12 Why hast thou then broken down · her hedge: that all they that go | by pluck | off her | grapes ?

13 The wild boar out of the wood doth root.it up: and the wild | beasts · of the field · de vour it.

14 Turn thee again, thou God of hosts, look down from heaven: be hold, and visit · this vine;

15 And the place of the vineyard that thy right | hand · hath | planted: and the branch that thou madest · so strong for thy | self.

16 It is burnt with fire, I and · cut down : and they shall perish at the re | buke of: thy | countenance,

17 Let thy hand be upon the man of thy right hand : and upon the son of man, whom thou madest so I strong for thine. own | self

18 And so will not we go | back from thee : O let us live, and we shall | call. up | on · thy # Name.

19 Turn us again, O Lord God of hosts : shew the light of thy countenance, I and · we | shall · be I whole.

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