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Hymn to be sung by the charity-children when His Majesty King George makes his entry into the city of London

(40) Hymn to be sung by the charity-children when His Majesty King George makes his entry into the city of London

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                                                AN

                        HYMN

                                    To be ſung by the

                Charity - Children

                        When His MAJESTY

                  KING GEORGE

          Makes his Entry into the City of LONDON :

               Being the firſt Six Verſes of the twenty firſt Pſalm.

From the Verſion of the Honourable Sir JOHN DENHAM,
                               KNIGHT of the Bath.

1. THE King whom thy Support has bleſt,
    Shall in thy ſaving Health rejoice ;

2. Thou granteſt him his Heart's Requeſt,
    And of his Pray'r haſt heard the Voice.

            Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah,
            Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah,
                                        Hallelujah.

3.  Thy Favours his Deſire prevent,
    A Crown of Gold his Head has grac'd ;

4.   He ask'd for Life, which thou haſt lent,
    A Life that ſhall for ever laſt.

                   Hallelujah, Hallelujah, &c.

5.  In thy Salvation he ſhall reſt,
    With Dignity and Honour clad ;

6.   By thee he ſtands for ever bleſt,
    Thy Favour ſtill ſhall make him glad.

                Hallelujah, Hallelujah, &c.

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