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GLORY to Thee, whose grace is then

With healing most replete, When Marah’s bitter waves again

Their noisome draught repeat: Though sad the cup to suffering virtue due, Yet, sweetened by Thy love, she drinks and drains it too.

GLORY to Thee, who sendest relief

In every hour of need,
To raise the fainting child of grief,

And staunch the wounds that bleed:
For, tempered to their power, Thy tender care
Their trials' load will ease, or yield new strength to bear.

Glory to Thee, that each good will,

And each right act, is Thine ; Thy grace concurrent to fulfil,

Prevenient to design: By Thee the seeds are sown, by Thee they grow, And to Thy nurturing care their just perfection owe.

GLORY to Thee, whose secret aid

Unlooked-for comfort brings,
When sudden light from dismal shade

To cheer and gladden springs :
One hour of watchful night to sorrow given,
Joy with the morn returns, a messenger from heaven.

GLORY to Thee, whom but to see

Is hope and transport bright ; And in whose presence but to be

Is ever new delight: For Thine the well of life, that runs for aye; And at Thine own right hand eternal pleasures stay.

GLORY to Thee, whose image here

Reflects Thee from above,
Too great and holy, not to fear,

Too beauteous, not to love:
Drawn in Thy terrors, in Thy charms as well,
Presumption to forbid, distrust and doubt to quell.

GLORY to Thee, whose riches' store,

For thein Thou lovest designed,
No eye can see, no thought explore,

Nor picture to the mind :
And vain would human lips and human tongue
Soar to that height of bliss, and emulate in song.

GLORY to Thee, whose utmost praise

Thy seraphs might beseem, Could angels' or archangels' lays

Exhaust the boundless theme: In wonder, as in light, advanced the more ; And, while they nearer gaze, more raptured than before.

GLORY to Thee, infinitude!

Which none but Thou can span ; No mind beside, Thine altitude,

Thy depth, Thy breadth to scan; Not half Thy glories seen, not half exprest, Admiring heaven grows mute, and silence speaks the rest.

INDEX OF AUTHORS

QUOTED OR REFERRED TO IN THE EXPOSITION.

ACCIUS. (Vide Macrobius.) Apollinarius. (Vide Epiphanius,
Achilles Tatius. (Vide Uranologi- and Scriptores Deperditi.)
con.)

Apollonius, De Falsa Historia,
De Clitophontis v. 133. 255
et Leucippes Amoribus, 1792. Apollonius Rhodius. ii. 497.
Biponti. App. 19:

Appianus. iv. 6. 11. 454. v. 135.
Acta Martyrum, Ruinarti, 1713. App. 17. 34. 44. 52. 56.

i. 375. 481. ii. 322. 483. v. Apuleius, Biponti, 1788. i. 452.
313

iii. 273. App. 18. 35.
Adamantius. (Vide Origenes.) Archelaus. (Vide Reliquiæ Sa-
Æliani Variæ Historiæ. Kuehnii, cræ.)

Lipsiæ, 1780. iv. 410. V. 106. Archilochus. (Vide Poetæ Mi-
App. 58.

nores.)
Æschines. (Vide Oratores Attici.) Aristides, Dindorfi, Lipsia, 1829.
Æschylus. i. 63. 372. ii. 250.528. iii. 270. iv. 332. 406. v. 284.
ii. 168. 363. v. 78.

v. 537
Agatharchides. (Vide Athenæus.) Aristo. (Vide Eusebius.) )
Agathemerus. (Vide Geographi Aristophanes. iv. 453.
Minores.)

Aristoteles. (Vide Athenæus.)
Alexander Polyhistor. (Vide Eu-

Analytica Priora. App.
sebius.)

23.
Ammianus Marcellinus, Valesii,

Ethica, Cardwelli, Ox-
1681. ii. 20. 321. v. 365. App.

onii, 1828. i. 435. ij. 53. 432.
36. 46.

449. iv. 107. 164, 165. App.
Ammonius. (Vide Scriptores De- 66.
perditi.)

Poetica, Tyrwhitti,
Anacreon, Fischeri, Lipsiæ, 1793. Oxonii, 1794

i. 44. ii. 431.

App. 57
Anatolius. (Vide Eusebius.)

Politica. Schneideri,
Andronicus. (Vide Aulus Gellius.) Francofurti ad Viadrum, 1809.
Androsthenes. (Vide Athenæus.) ii. 218. 528. iv. 334. App. 31.
Antiphanes. (Vide Athenæus.)
Antiphon. (Vide Oratores Attici.)

Rhetorica, Oxonii,
Antoninus, De Rebus, Suis, Gata- 1820. i. 140. 283. 373. 432.

keri, Londini, 1697. iv. 165. iv. 27. 80. 214. 274. 458.
203. 411. App. 58.

App. 4. 5. 10. 12. 13. 15. 25.
VOL. V. PART II.

ji. 225

41. 66.

Ff

Arnobius, Lugduni Batavorum, Cassiodorus, Parisiis, 1588. v.
1651. ii. 180. iv. 221.

331. App. 211.
Arriani Epictetus, Uptoni, Lon- Cato. (Vide Rei Rusticæ Scrip-

dini, 1741. iii. 313. iv. 9. 10. tores.)
v. 259.

Disticha, App. 55.
Ascensió Isaiæ Vatis, Oxford, Catullus. v. 449. App. 48.

1819. i. 389. v. 85. 86. App. Cebes. iii. 579. 586. iv. 449.
190. 191.

Celsus. (Vide Origenes.)
Asconius, in Ciceronis Oratt.iv.u. Cerinthus. (Vide Eusebius.)
Athenagoras, Oxonii, 1682. iv. Chares. (Vide Athenæus.)

219. 220. V. 285. App. 234. Charito, D'Orvillii, 1750. ii. 323.
Athenæus, Argentorati, 1801. ii. ii. 521. iv. 5. 27-

153. 221. 226. 323. iii. 315. Chronicon Paschale, Du Cangii,
316. 420. 522. iv. 9. 334. 406. Parisiis, 1688. i. 294. 369. v.
458. v. 106. 134. 137. App. 85.
31. 32. 33. 37. 38.48.49. 57. Chrysostomus, Parisiis, 1636. i.
58.

221. 341. 369. 391. 394. ii.
Anctor (Incertus) De Consumma- 86. 171. 218. 495. 519. iii.

tione Mundi. (Vide Hippoly- 360. iv. 303. 404. 408. 411.
tus.)

412. 456. v. 131. 330. 363.
De Montibus Sina et 364. 365 366. 449. 455. 505-
Sion. (Vide Cyprianus.) Cicero. i. 373. ii. 6. 129. 322.

De Pascha. (Vide Cy- 432. 433. iv. 11. 334. App.
prianus)

34. 45. 48. 55. 59.
In Phænomena Ptole-

-De Republica, Heinrichii,
mæi. (Vide Uranologicon.) Bonnæ ad Rhenum, 1828.iv. 4.
Augustinus, Congregationis S. Claudianus. ii. 222. 251. iii. 330.

Mauri, Parisiis, 1679. i. 337. iv. 411. App. 65.
340. 344. 369. 374. 386. 388. Clemens Alexandrinus, Oxonii,
391. 394. ii. 63. v. 289. App. 1715. i. 50. 221. 329. 373. ii.
164.

222. 224. 226. 281. 335. 349.
Aulus Gellius, Lugd. Batav, 1666. 352. 495. iii. 520. 521. 522.

i. 49. 50. ii. 196. 407. v. 135. iv. 406. 411. App. 40. 45. 64.
446. App. 39. 56. 58. 59. 73. 74. 75. 136. 164. 167.
B.

235
Barnabas. (Vide Patres Aposto. Clemens Romanus. ii. 129. 306.
lici.)

345. iv. 208. v. 442. App: 74.
Basilius Cæsareæ Episcopus, Pa- 75

risiis, 1618. ii. 222. 226. 329. Clementinæ Homiliæ. (Vide Pa-
352. 430. iv. 49. v. 85. App. tres Apostolici.)
46. 406.

Cleomedes, Bakii, 1820. App.
Bato. (Vide Athenæus.)

109.
C.

Columella. (Vide Rei Rusticæ

Scriptores.)
Caius. (Vide Eusebius.)

Concilium Carthaginiense. (Vide
Calpurnius. ii. 13. 218. 335. iii. Reliquiæ Sacræ.)
361.

Conon. (Vide Photius.)
Capitolinus. (Vide Historiæ Au- Constitutiones Apostolicæ. (Vide
gustae Scriptores.)

Patres Apostolici.)

Cæsar. i. 373.

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