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PSALM 133, by            
First Line: Howe good, and how beseeming well
Last Line: Men maie for ever blessed live.


Howe good, and how beseeming well
it is that wee
whoe brethren be
as brethren should, in Concord dwell.

Like that deere oile that Aron beares
which fleeting downe
to foote, from Crowne
embalmes his bearde and robe he weares:

Or like the teares the morne doth shedd
which lie on ground
empearled round
on Sion, or on Hermons head.

For join'd therewith, the Lord doth give
such grace, such blisse
That where it is
men maie for ever blessed live.





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