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Entered, according to act of Congress, in the year 1843,
BY MARK H. NEWMAN .n the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Southern
District of New York,
BTERKOTYPED BY SMITH AND WRIGHT,
J. Bedford, Print. 138 Fulton st.
C. M. 1.
The Bible suited to our Wants.
What endless glory shines !
For these celestial lincs.
And yields a free repast ;
Invite the longing taste.
Spreads heavenly peace around;
Attend the blissful sound.
My ever dear delight;
And still increasing light.
Be thou for ever near;
And view my Saviour there.
Prophecy and Inspiration.
The ancient prophets spoke his word;
2 Great God! mine eyes with pleasure look
On the dear volume of thy book;
And read his name who died for me. 3 Let the false raptures of thre mind
Be lost, and vanish in the wind ;
The Holy Scriptures.
I fly to thee, my Lord !
But in thy written word.
Does all my grief assuage;
Almost in every page.
To quench my thirst of sin;
No danger dwells therein.
Where wit and reason fail ;-
Through all this gloomy vale.
My roving feet command;
That leads to thy right hand.
A Saviour seen in the Scriptures.
To thee its grateful tribute bring;
My tongue perform its solemn vow. 2 All nature sings thy boundless love,
In worlds below, and worlds above;