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#The Psalter of Dauid in Englyshe, purely and faythfully tra[n]slated after the texte of Felyne: euery Psalme hauynge his argument before, declarynge brefely thentente [and] substance of the hole Psalme Bible. O.T. Psalms. English. Joye.# The Psalter of Dauid in Englyshe, purely and faythfully tra[n]slated after the texte of Felyne: euery Psalme hauynge his argument before, declarynge brefely thentente [and] substance of the hole Psalme Bible. O.T. Psalms. English. Joye.

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  1. To the reder.

#####Body##### Beatus vir. Psal. .i.¶The argument of the first psalme.¶ They that forsake theyr coūseyls / the wai _ Beatus vir. Psal. .i. The argument into the .ii. psal.¶ This psal. sheweth who were againste god & his sonne Christ / theiThe argument in to the .iii. Psalme.¶ Dauid merueleth & complaineth to the lorde of the multitude & The argument into the .iiii. psalme.¶ Dauid sheweth the goodnesse of god and his helpe brought to hi¶ The argument into the .v. psal.¶This psalme. is a prayer of a man oppressed of wicked enemyes / whThe argument into the .vi. Psal.¶ This Psal. cōteyneth a feruent desyre / and prayer of a man greuoThe argument into the vii. Psal.¶ In this psal. Dauid desyreth to be delyuered frō the troublous & The argument into the .viii. psal.¶ This psal. is an hyghe prayse of god / in the whiche Dauid with The argument into the .ix. Ps.¶ Dauid in this psalme / singeth his songe of victorie / in the which The argument into the .x. Psal.¶ This psal. is a prayer against the peruerse / malycious / & importuThe argumēt into the .xi. Psal.¶ Here Dauid chalengeth these men which made him to auoyde and to flThe argument into the .xii. Psal.¶ Here Dauid cōplayneth of the comen fall in euery place of rightwThe argument into the xiii. Psal.¶ Here Dauid set in a Ieoperdous straight / called in his anguissheThe argumēt in to ye xiiii. & .liii. Ps.¶ Here Dauid cōplayneth all to be full of vngodly & very dThe argument into the .xv. Psal.¶ In this Psalme is descrybed of what lyuynge and with what maners tThe argument into the .xvi. Psal.¶ In this Psal. Dauid desyreth goddes helpe: affermyng that god hatThe argument into the .xvii. Psal.¶ This psalme is a feruente prayer of Dauid to be delyuered from tThe argumēt in to ye xviii. ps.¶ This psalme is a noble vyctoriouse songe / in the which Dauid firsThe argumente into the .xix. psal.¶ In this psalme Dauid declareth the exellent vertue & power of goThe argument in to the .xx. Psal.¶ This Psal is a prayer in the which the people prayeth for the helThe argument in to .xxi. Psal.¶ This Psalme is a victorious songe / in the which the people reioysetThe argumēt into the .xxij. Psal.¶ Here Dauid declareth him selfe playnly to be the very fygure of ❧ The argumēt in to ye xxiii. ps.¶ In this psalme Dauid declareth and setteth forth the maruelous sThe argument into the .xxiiij. Psal.¶ In this psal. Dauid syngeth all thinges to be the lordes / howThe argumēt in to the .xxv. Psal.¶ This Psalme is a praier of an holy man oppressed with synne and The argument into the .xxvi. Psal.¶ Here Dauyd declareth in to the example of good men / howe ernestThe argument into the .xxvij. Psal.¶ Dauid songe this psalme beīge in some gret peryll / in the whiThe argument in to the xxviij. Psal.¶ Here Dauyd expresseth his prayer / whereby he beynge in some gThe argumente in to the .xxix. psalme.¶ This is a praise ī the which Dauid magnifyeth god for his pThe argument in to .xxx. Psal.¶ In this psalme Dauyd gyueth thankes for

his helth restored / whervpThe argument in to the .xxxi. Psal.¶ In this Psalme Dauid sheweth by what thynges he stablysshed hisThe argument into the .xxxij. Psal.¶ In this Psalme Dauid declareth all punyshemēt to come for synnThe argument in to the .xxxiij. Psal.¶ This is a very prayse / worthy moche to be noted and red / inThe argument into the .xxxiiii. Psal.¶ In this psalme Dauyd was moued of that same synguler benefyteThe argument in to the .xxxv. Psal.¶ In this psalme Dauid standynge fast in his innocēcy / lokyng sThe argument in to the .xxxvi. Psal.¶ In this psal. Dauid cōsidereth meruelously the plētuouse gooThe argument in to the .xxxvii. Ps.¶ Let nat the prosperite of yuell men moue the good (sayth Dauid The argument in to the xxxviij. Psal.¶Dauid here cast into a greuous disease desyreth god to take ofThe argumēt in to the .xxxix. Psal.¶ Here Dauid nat withstādynge he was vexed with full bytter andThe argument in to the .xl. Psal.¶ In this psalme Dauid glorieth of his delyuerance thorowe the helpThe argument in to the .xli. Psal.¶ In this psalme Dauid remēbreth a certayne disease in himself / The argument in to the .xlij. Psal.¶ In this psal. it is declared / howe that thorowe the coniuratyoThe argument into the .xliij. Psal.¶ Here it is desyred / that Absalon might be delyuered from the cThe argument into the .xliiij Psal.¶ In this Psal. it is complayned of the cruell punisshmēt which The argument in to the .xlv. Psal.¶ In this psalme the sonnes of Chore prayse kynge Salomon for his The argument into the .xlvi. Psal.¶ This Ps. sheweth with what trust & surenes holy men ar holdē byThe argument in to the .xlvii. Psal.¶ In this psa. the sonnes of Chore expresse the glorie of god toThe argument in to the .xlviii. Psal.¶ In this Psal. the sonnes of Chore synge the excedynge felycitThe argumēt into the .xlix. Ps.¶ This Psal. reproueth the madnes of couetousmen & vttreth their wreThe argument in to the .l. Psal.¶ In this psalme Asaph declareth howe mightely god wolde call vnto hThe argument into the .li. Psal.¶ This Psal. is a prayer of a man vnfaynedly knowlegīge his sīnes:The argument in to the .lij. Psal.¶ In this psalme Dauyd remēbreth the ꝑuerse mynde & study of Doeg _ This .liii. Psal. is all one wt the .xiiii. The argumēt into ye .liiii. Psal.¶ In this psalme Dauid syngeth his delyueraunce from perell by theThe argumēt in to the .lv. Psal.¶ In this Psal. Dauid complayneth him self to be brought into the mThe argument into the .lvi. Psal.¶ In this psalme. Dauid maketh mencion of the desyer of goddes helpThe tytle shall declare the Psalme.¶ The songe of Dauyd (called Ne pardas. that is to saye destroye The argument into the .lviii. Psal.¶ This psalme is an inuectyue agaynst the flaterers of Saule / thThe argument in to the .lix. Psal.¶ In this Psal. Dauid desyreth helpe against his aduersaries. The The argument in to the .lx. Psal.¶In this Psal. Dauid remembreth howe god some tymes in his wrath leThe argument into the .lxi. Psal. which argument is cōmune to many ps.¶ In this he prayeth to be deThe argument into the .lxij. Psal.¶ Here he teacheth both by example of him self and also by cōmaunThe argument into the .lxiii. Psal·¶ Here Dauyd declareth howe that thorowe Saules persecucion he waThe argumēt into the .lxiiii. Psal.¶ This psalme is a prayer agaynst sclanderers and false accusersThe argument into the .lxv. Psal.¶ In this Psal. Dauid declareth god to haue his chefe seate in SyonThe argument into the .lxvi. Psal.¶ This Psal. is a gyuinge of thankes for the

delyuerance of the pThe argument into the .lxvii. Psal.¶ Here Dauid desyreth the fauorable presence of god for the peoplThe argumēt ī to the .lxviii. Psal.¶ In this Psalme Dauid syngeth his victorie obtayned of the alyThe argument into the .lxix. Psal.¶ In this Psal of Dauid / which is the fygure of Christ the hed ofThe argument into the .lxx. Psal.¶ In this ps. Dauid desyreth spedy helpe & punisshmēt for his adueThe argumēt into the .lxxi. Psal.¶ This Psal. is of a comen argumente wherin Dauid desyreth helpe aThe argument in to the .lxxii Psal.¶ In this ps. Salomon prayeth that the kingdōe of god might come❧ The argument into the .lxxiii. Psal.Asaph songe this psalme for the consolacyon of the faithfull: The argumēt ī to the .lxxiiii. Psal.¶ In this psalme Asaph complayneth of the destruction of the tThe argumēt in to the .lxxv. Psal.¶ Here fyrste of all Christe oure sauyoure is brought in vnder thThe argument into the .lxxvi. Psal.¶ Here Asaph syngeth howe that Hierusalem was nobly defēded of gThe argument into the .lxxvii. Psal.¶ In this Psal. Asaph declareth his heuynes of mynde for the calThe argument into the .lxxviii. Psal·¶ This Psalme warneth vs nat to forget the noble actes of the lThe argument into the .lxxix. Psal.¶ In this Psalme Asaph complayneth of the calamyte and wretchedneThe argument into the .lxxx. Psal.¶ This Ps. is of the same argumēt with that which goth before. ThThe argument into the .lxxxi. Psal.¶ In this Psalme Asaph exhorteth vs ernestly to worshippe god.EXuThe argumēt into the .lxxxii. Psal.¶ He warneth the princes and rulers to seke d•lygently for rightThe argumente into the .lxxxiij. Psal.¶ The holy people complayneth / all their borderers to haue coThe argument into the .lxxxiiii. Ps.¶ In this Psalme is discribed the feruent desyre of Dauid to comThe argumēt īto the .lxxxv. Ps.¶ This Ps. is a prophesy of the kingdome of Christ / & a prayer forThe argument into the .lxxxvi. Psal.¶ This is a praier wherī the sayer prayeth that he might lyue iThe argumēt īto the .lxxxvii. Psal.¶ In this Psal. Ierusalem is magnifyed / vnto whō it is ꝓphesyThe argument in to the .lxxxviij. Psal.¶ In this Ps. is cōtayned a greuouse cōplaint of one beyngeThe argumēt into the .lxxxix. Psal.¶In this Psal. is declared goodly and at large the newe and oldeThe argument in to the .lxxxx. Psal.¶ In this ps. Moyses cōplayneth of this vain present lyfe: & deThe argumēt into the .lxxxxi. Psal.¶ Here it is declared how sure that man is / and howe fre from aThe argument in to the .lxxxxij. Psal.¶ In this psalme is expressed / that in the Sabbath daye is thThe argument in to the .lxxxxiij. Psal.¶ This psalme setteh forth the maiesty of god of the creatyonThe argument into the .lxxxxiiij. psal.¶ In this Psa. the prophet calleth in the iugemēt of god agaThe argument into the .lxxxxv. Psal.¶ This Psalme is a bydynge to honour God ernestly and to magnifyThe argument into the .lxxxxvi. Psal.¶ The prophet moueth al creatures / to the praise of god / bycaThe argument into the .lxxxxvij. Ps.¶ In this Psalme Dauid prophesyeth of the kyngdome of Christe.DOThe argument into the .lxxxxviij. Psa.¶ The argumēt of this psal. is all one with the other before The argument into the .lxxxxix. Psal.¶ This Psalme syngeth the goodnes and power of god / repesentedThe argument into the .C. Psal.¶ An exhortation vnto the prayse of god in the holy congregation.IUbiThe argumēt īto the .C.i. Psal.¶ Here the prophete promyseth him selfe to do the offyce of a ChrisThe argument in to the .C.ii. Psal.¶ This Psal. conteyneth a greuous complaint of the mysery of the The argumēt in to the .C.iii. Psal.¶ In this Psalme the Prophete prayseth the goodnes of god towardThe argument in to the .C.iiij. Psal.¶ This Psal. is a prayse wherin the Prophete magnifyeth god of The argument into the .C.v. Psal.¶ Here the Prophet exhorteth to the prayse of god in his holye congThe argument into the .C.vi. Psal.¶ The people of god scatered amonge dyuerse

nacyons of the gentylThe argument into the .C.vij. Psal.¶ Here tho Prophet declareth all aduersyte to be sent in / & to bThe argument in to the .C.viii. Psal.¶ In this psal. the prophete declareth howe desyrous he was to The argument in to the .C.ix Psal.¶ The fyrst parte of this Psal. ar cruell bānynges or wisshynges The argument into the .C.x. Psal.¶ This Psal. is a songe of Dauid wherin he syngeth of the kyngdome The argument into the .C.xi. Psal.¶ This Psal. is a prayse in the whiche the power / wysdome / and gThe argument into the .C.xij. Psal.¶ In this Psal. the prophet declareth the perpetuall felycitye ofThe argument into the .C.xiij. Psal.¶ Here the Prophet exhorteth to the prayse of god for that he beThe argumēt in to the .C.xiiij. Psal.¶ In this Psal. the Prophete declareth howe ioyfully Israell wThe argument into the .C.xv Psal.¶ In this Psal. Dauid prayeth god for glorye of his name to do goodThe argument in to the .C.xvi. Psal.¶ This Psalme is a thankefull songe for the helpe of the lorde /The argument in to the .C.xvii. Ps.¶ In this Psal. the Prophete prophesyeth the gospell to be precheThe argument into the .C.xviii. Ps.¶ This Psalme is a prayer in whiche Dauid delyuered now from all The argument into the .C.xix. Psal.¶ This Ps. declareth in how gret price & reuerence / the sayntes * ❧ The first Octonary. Aleph.

  * ❧ The seconde Octonary. Beth.

  * ❧ The thyrde Octonary. Gimel.

  * ❧ The fourth Octonary. Daleth.

  * ¶ The fyfth Octonary. He.

  * ¶ The syxte Octonary. Uau.

  * ¶ The seuenth Octonary. zain.

  * ❧ The eyght Octonary. Heth.

  * ❧ The nynth Octonary. Teth.

  * ¶ The tenth Octonary. Iod.

  * ¶ The .xi. Octonary. Caph.

  * ¶ The twelfe Octonary. Lamed

  * ¶ The .xiii. Octonary. Men.

  * ¶ The xiiii. Octonary. Nun.

  * ❧ The .xv. Octonary. Sameh.

  * ❧ The .xvi. Octonary. Ain.

  * ¶ The .xvii. Octonary. Pe.

  * ¶ The .xviij. Octonary zadic.

  * ¶ The .xix Octonary. Kuph.

  * ¶ The .xx. Octonary. Res.

  * ¶ The .xxi. Octonary. Shin.

  * ¶ The .xxij. Octonary. Tau.

The argument in to the .C.xx. Psal.¶ This Ps. is a cōplainte full of affectes / it is a cōplaint oThe argument into the .C.xxi. Psal.¶ This Psalme declareth that of god onely / helpe is loked and taThe argument in to the .C.xxii. Psal.¶ Here vnder the fygure of Ierusalem are descrybed the felycyteThe argument into the .C.xxiij. Psal.¶ Here the sayntes layde in the mouthes of the welthy vngodly dThe argumēt into the .C.xxiiii. Psal.¶ Here the sayntes of god gyue thankes and reioyse / that theyThe argument in to the .C.xxv. Ps.¶ Here is declared / the congregation of god to be sure / god defeThe argument in to the .C.xxvi. Psal.¶ Here is declared the gladnes of the people returned from BabyThe argumēt into the .C.xxvij. ps.¶ This Psalme teacheth vs: the house and family: the sure custodyThe argument into the .C.xxviij. Ps.¶ This Psal. techeth vs that the worshyppers of god shall prospeThe argument in to the .E.xxix. psa.¶ This Psalme sheweth vs / that the vngodly although they vexe lThe argument into the .C.xxx. Psal.¶ This Psalme is an ernest prayer full of affectes of a man here The argument in to the .C.xxxi. Psal.¶ Here in this Psal. the prophet sheweth him selfe to be withouThe argument into the .C.xxxij. Psal.¶ This Ps. sīgeth the ꝑpetuall felycite of christes kyngdome /The argument into the .C.xxxiij. psal.¶ Here ī this ps. Da. praiseth brotherly cōcordeECce quam boThe argumēt in to the .C.xxxiiij. Psal.¶ Here Dauyd exhorteth vnto prayer / and to prayse god / andThe argument into the .C.xxxv. Psal.¶ Here the Prophet excyteth the people to praise god / he publysThe argument into the .C.xxxvi, Psa.¶ Here the Prophet excyteth men to the prayse of god / & to kindThe argument into the .C.xxxvij. psa.¶ In this Psal. it is declared / that the Babylonytes asked sonThe argumēt ī to the .C.xxxviii. Ps.¶ In this Psal. Dauid prayseth the mercy of God whiche delyuerThe argumēt in to the .C.xxxix. Ps.¶ Here Dauid expresseth that al his dedes and thoughtes are sercThe argument in to the .C.xl. Psal.¶ Here in this Psal. Dauid prayeth to be delyuered from the deceyThe argument into the .C.xli. Psal.¶ Dauid chased awaye from the tabernacle of god / prayeth first tThe argument into the .C.xlij. Psal.¶ Here Da, remēbreth his flyght frō Saule ī to a certayn caueThe argument into the .C.xliii. Psal.¶ This psalme hath the same argumente with the psalme before / The argument into the .C.xliiij. Psa.¶ Here in this psalme Dauid the prophet praiseth the lorde god The argument into the .C.xlv. Ps.¶ In this Psal. Dauid declareth the mercy of god to be so poured foThe argument into the .C.xlvi. Psal.¶This Psal. is a prayse of lyke argumēt with the Psal. before /The argument into the .C.xlvij. Psal.¶In this Psalme the prophet exhorteth Israhell by name to the pThe argument into the .C.xlviii. Psal.¶ In this Psal. the Prophet exhorteth all creatures both heuenThe argument into the .C.xlix. Psal.¶ In this Psal. the Prophet exhorteth Israel to prayse god. The The argument into the .C.l. Psal.¶In this Ps. the ꝓphet exhorteth to the praise of god & that nat on #####Back#####

  1. ¶ The table. AAd te dn̄e leuaui. ps xxvAd te dn̄e. cla. ps. xrviiiAfferte domino. ps. xxixAudite hoc. o. gē. ps.BBatus vir the fyrst ps.Beati quorum. ps. xrxiiBn̄dicā do, psal. xrxiiiiBeatus qui ītelli ps, xliBC¶ Cū inuocarē, ps. iiiiConfitebor tibi, psal. ixConserua me. Psal. xviCeli enarrant, psal, xixCōDDomine quid. psal. iiiDomine ne the i. psa, viDomine deus: Psa. viiDomine dūs: psal. vliiDixit insEExaudi domine ps. xviiExaudiat te do, psal. xxExaltabo te do, psa, xxxExultate iusti. ps. xrxiiiExpFFūdamēta eiꝰ p. lxrxviiIIn domino con psal. xiIudica me domi. p, xrviIn te do, speraui p. xrxiIudica domine ps. xrxvIudica LLa udate pueri ps. cxiiiLaudate dūm. ps, CxviiLeuaui oculos, ps, c xxiLetatus sum. ps. C xxiiLaudaMMagnus do. ps. xl viiiMiserere the, i, ps, li.Miserere the .ii. ps: lvi,Miserere the .iii. ps lvii.NNoli emulari ps. xxxviiNonne deo sub. ps. lxiiNotus in iudic. p. lxxviNon nobis domi. CxvNisi qr doOOēs gentes Psal. xlviiPParatum cor. ps. CviiiQQuare fremuerūt Ps iiQuare do reces. Psal. xQuēadmodū de. ps. xliiQuid gliaris ī ma. p, iiiQuamSSaluum me fac d, p. xiiSi vere vtique iu. p. lviiiSaluū me fac de. p, lxixSepe expugna ps. cxxix,STTe decet hymnꝰ Ps, lxvUUerba mea auribꝰ, ps, vUsquequo do, Psa, xiiiUt quid do. re, ps, lxxiiiiUoce mea ad Ps. lxxviiUenit¶ Printed at London by Thomas Godfray.❧ Cum priuilegio Regali.Praise ye the lorde. Amen, Types of content
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15. pb 258 @facs (258) : tcp:11997:1 (2), tcp:11997:2 (2), tcp:11997:3 (2), tcp:11997:4 (2), tcp:11997:5 (2), tcp:11997:6 (2), tcp:11997:7 (2), tcp:11997:8 (2), tcp:11997:9 (2), tcp:11997:10 (2), tcp:11997:11 (2), tcp:11997:12 (2), tcp:11997:13 (2), tcp:11997:14 (2), tcp:11997:15 (2), tcp:11997:16 (2), tcp:11997:17 (2), tcp:11997:18 (2), tcp:11997:19 (2), tcp:11997:20 (2), tcp:11997:21 (2), tcp:11997:22 (2), tcp:11997:23 (2), tcp:11997:24 (2), tcp:11997:25 (2), tcp:11997:26 (2), tcp:11997:27 (2), tcp:11997:28 (2), tcp:11997:29 (2), tcp:11997:30 (2), tcp:11997:31 (2), tcp:11997:32 (2), tcp:11997:33 (2), tcp:11997:34 (2), tcp:11997:35 (2), tcp:11997:36 (2), tcp:11997:37 (2), tcp:11997:38 (2), tcp:11997:39 (2), tcp:11997:40 (2), tcp:11997:41 (2), tcp:11997:42 (2), tcp:11997:43 (2), tcp:11997:44 (2), tcp:11997:45 (2), tcp:11997:46 (2), tcp:11997:47 (2), tcp:11997:48 (2), tcp:11997:49 (2), tcp:11997:50 (2), tcp:11997:51 (2), tcp:11997:52 (2), tcp:11997:53 (2), tcp:11997:54 (2), tcp:11997:55 (2), tcp:11997:56 (2), tcp:11997:57 (2), tcp:11997:58 (2), tcp:11997:59 (2), tcp:11997:60 (2), tcp:11997:61 (2), tcp:11997:62 (2), tcp:11997:63 (2), tcp:11997:64 (2), tcp:11997:65 (2), tcp:11997:66 (2), tcp:11997:67 (2), tcp:11997:68 (2), tcp:11997:69 (2), tcp:11997:70 (2), tcp:11997:71 (2), tcp:11997:72 (2), tcp:11997:73 (2), tcp:11997:74 (2), tcp:11997:75 (2), tcp:11997:76 (2), tcp:11997:77 (2), tcp:11997:78 (2), tcp:11997:79 (2), tcp:11997:80 (2), tcp:11997:81 (2), tcp:11997:82 (2), tcp:11997:83 (2), tcp:11997:84 (2), tcp:11997:85 (2), tcp:11997:86 (2), tcp:11997:87 (2), tcp:11997:88 (2), tcp:11997:89 (2), tcp:11997:90 (2), tcp:11997:91 (2), tcp:11997:92 (2), tcp:11997:93 (2), tcp:11997:94 (2), tcp:11997:95 (2), tcp:11997:96 (2), tcp:11997:97 (2), tcp:11997:98 (2), tcp:11997:99 (2), tcp:11997:100 (2), tcp:11997:101 (2), tcp:11997:102 (2), tcp:11997:103 (2), tcp:11997:104 (2), tcp:11997:105 (2), tcp:11997:106 (2), tcp:11997:107 (2), tcp:11997:108 (2), tcp:11997:109 (2), tcp:11997:110 (2), tcp:11997:111 (2), tcp:11997:112 (2), tcp:11997:113 (2), tcp:11997:114 (2), tcp:11997:115 (2), tcp:11997:116 (2), tcp:11997:117 (2), tcp:11997:118 (2), tcp:11997:119 (2), tcp:11997:120 (2), tcp:11997:121 (2), tcp:11997:122 (2), tcp:11997:123 (2), tcp:11997:124 (2), tcp:11997:125 (2), tcp:11997:126 (2), tcp:11997:127 (2), tcp:11997:128 (2), tcp:11997:129 (2) • @rendition (2) : simple:additions (2)
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